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PURCELL:  From “Opera Stars in a Silly Mood,” “Nymphs & Shepherds”, Cathy Berberian, Legendary Recordings LR 200
from Program Number 13:  “Singing in the Cracks, Song Sayer”

PURCELL:  “Hark! The Ecch’ing Air a Triumph Sings”, Russell Oberlin, Counterpoint CPT 535
from Program Number 14:  “Patter/Melismatic”

PURCELL:  “An Evening Hymn On a Ground”, Russell Oberlin, countertenor/Paul Maynard, harpsichord, Counterpoint CPT 535
from Program Number 26:  “Lullabies”

PURCELL:  From “Dido & Aeneas,” “When I am in earth”, Anne Sofie von Otter/The English Concert/Pinnock, Archiv 427 624 2
from Program Number 27:  “Death”

PURCELL:  “Musick for a While”, Russell Oberlin/New York Musica Antiqua/Greenberg, Counterpoint CPT 535
from Program Number 28:  “Bass/Bass Lines”

PURCELL:  Fantasia for Viols, No. 14 in G minor, London Baroque, Angel S 38079
from Program Number 52:  “The Fugal Gourmet”

PURCELL:  Ground in C Minor, Gustav Leonhardt, Philips 426 352 2
from Program Number 59:  “Bass-Based Variations”

PURCELL:  Trumpet Voluntary, Musica Variata/Klaus Glocksin, “The Bagpipe”, Koch 3 1336 2
from Program Number 63:  “Pipes & All”

PURCELL:  “Dido & Aeneas,” “When I am laid in earth”, Emma Kirky/The Taverner Choir & Players/Parrott, Chandos CHAN 8306
from Program Number 89:  “Masculine/Feminine”

PURCELL:  “Dido & Aeneas,” “Come away, fellow sailors”, Rachel Bevan//The Taverner Choir & Players/Parrott, Chandos CHAN 8306
from Program Number 89:  “Masculine/Feminine”

PURCELL:  From “The Fairy Queen,” “May the God of Wit Inspire”, Michael Chance/Laurence Dale/ Anthony Michaels-Moore/Concentus Musicus Wien/ Harnoncourt, Teldec 4509 97684 2
from Program Number 128:  “Sonic Boomerangs”

PURCELL:  From “Dido & Aeneas”, Choir of the English Concert/ The English Concert/Pinnock, Archiv 427 624 2
from Program Number 131:  “First Among Equals, and Don’t You Forget It, Buster”

PURCELL:  From “Dido & Aeneas,” “Echo Dance of Furies”, The English Concert/Pinnock, Archiv 427 624 2
from Program Number 147:  “ppff: The Dynamic Art of Music” — a program about piano and forte

PURCELL:  From “Dido & Aeneas”, Nigel Rogers/Elisabeth Priday/Carol Hall/Sarah Leonard/Choir of the English Concert/The English Concert/Pinnock, Archiv 427 624 2
from Program Number 161:  “Every Witch Way”

PURCELL:  “The sparrow and the gentle dove”, Paul Esswood, countertenor/Johann Sonnleitner, harpsichord, Hyperion CDA66070
from Program Number 165:  “Ostinati Obbligati” — The first of three programs about minimalism

PURCELL:  “Hark! The Ecch’ing Air a Triumph Sings”, Russell Oberlin, Counterpoint CPT 535
from Listener Support Special #3:  “Old Wine in New Aluminum Cans”

PURCELL:  “The Sypres Curten of the Night”, Michael Chance, countertenor/Christopher Wilson, lute, Chandos CHAN 0538
from Listener Support Special #7:  “You Heard Me!”

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