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  1. The tudors - I love, alas Artistes: Grayston Burgess / Jeremy Brett / Purcell Consort of Voices / Robert Spencer Compositeurs: Anthony Holborne / Francis Pilkington / John Dowland / Orlando Gibbons [+ 3 artistes] / / Classique - 23 titres Universal Music Division Decca Records France.
  2. Music, All Powerful Composed By – T.F. Walmisley* B5: O That We Two Were Maying Composed By – Alice M. Smith* B6: The Lark Now Leaves His Watery Nest Composed By – J.G. Callcott: B7: Arlequin Composed By – Cécile Chaminade: B8: A Loyal Ode Composed By – A.C. Benson* B9: The Long Day Closes Composed By – Arthur Sullivan*4/4(2).
  3. Grayston Burgess The Purcell Consort Of Voices - Music All Powerful - To entertain Queen Victoria. Purcell Consort of Voices - Director: Grayston Burgess - alternative.kataxevolkreenuamand.infoinfo Music.
  4. Oct 08,  · John Blow: An Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell and other works review – superb baroque collection 5 / 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars. Samuel Boden, Thomas Walker (tenors), Arcangelo/Cohen.
  5. Social conventions have applied to both playing and listening to music, but over the years they have operated very differently. The history of musical etiquette - Victoria and Albert Museum We have launched a new website and are reviewing this page.
  6. Consort 8 began as a recorder ensemble of five players. The group has now expanded to include nine musicians - a countertenor, consorts of recorders and violas da gamba, lutes, theorbos and percussion. This is the only group of its kind in Sydney. Based at the beautifully renovated St Paul's Anglican Church, Burwood, Consort 8's.
  7. Shop Music All Powerful: Music to Entertain Queen Victoria by PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES (). Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Music All Powerful: Music to Entertain Queen Victoria by PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES () including O that we two were Maying, by Alice Mary Smith who had a disc of /5(2).

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