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The King's Consort / Robert King - Purcell: Swifter, Isis, swifter flow; What shall be done in behalf of the man; Yorkshire Feast Song album mp3
Choral
  • Performer:
    The King's Consort / Robert King
  • Title:
    Purcell: Swifter, Isis, swifter flow; What shall be done in behalf of the man; Yorkshire Feast Song
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  • Style:
    Choral
  • Date of release:
    June, 1992
  • Duration:
    01:05:53
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    1521 megabytes
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    1276 megabytes
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    1710 megabytes
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    4.1
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Swifter, Isis, swifter flow, Z336 (1681). The summer's absence unconcerned we bear, Z337 (1682). Welcome, welcome glorious morn, Z338 (1691). Welcome to all the pleasures, Z 339 (1683). 3. Here the deities approve. Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty king, Z340 (1680). What, what shall be done in behalf of the man? Z341 (1682). Who can from joy refrain? Z342 (1695). Why, why are all the Muses mute? Z343 (1685). Ye tuneful Muses, Z344 (1686).

The King's Consort, Robert King. Purcell: Love's goddess sure was blind; Raise, raise the voice; Laudate Ceciliam; From those serene and rapturous joy. The King's Consort. Liner Note Translation. Purcell: Swifter, Isis, swifter flow; What shall be done in behalf of the man; Yorkshire Feast Song. The King's Consort, Robert King. Rossini: The String Sonatas. Members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

The King's Consort is a prominent British period music orchestra founded in 1980 by the English conductor and harpsichordist Robert King (b. 1960, Wombourne). The ensemble has an associated choral group, Choir of The King's Consort. Together, they have made over 90 recordings, largely on the Hyperion label, and sold over 1,000,000 discs. The orchestra performs concert seasons in the UK and tours internationally.

COMPOSER: Henry Purcell. ENSEMBLE: The King’s Consort. SINGER: Rogers CoveyCrump Michael George James Bowman Charles Daniels Robert Evans. DIRECTOR: Robert King. More from this artist.

King Arthur, . 28 (Purcell, Henry). The Knotting Song, . 71 (Purcell, Henry). L. Let mines eyes run down with tears, . 4 (Purcell, Henry). The Libertine, . 00 (Purcell, Henry). Lord, How Long wilt Thou be Angry?, . 5 (Purcell, Henry). Lord, I Can Suffer Thy Rebukes, . 36 (Purcell, Henry). Love Arms Himself in Celia's Eyes, . 92 (Purcell, Henry). A Collection of the Vocal Music in Shakespear's Plays (Various). The Cremona Violin Album of Modern and Classical Pieces (Moffat, Alfred).

This is the King's Speech which George VI broadcast to his people in Britain, and throughout the Empire, immediately after Britain's Declaration o. Audio of the King's Speech, online courtesy . To cite this story (For MLA citation guidance see easybib or OWL ): Bos, Carole "George VI - King's Speech, September 3, 1939" AwesomeStories.

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Credits

James Bowman - Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Rogers Covey-Crump - Tenor (Vocal)
Thomas d'Urfey - Text
Charles Daniels - Tenor (Vocal)
Robert Evans - Bass (Vocal)
Gillian Fisher - Soprano (Vocal)
Joanna Gamble - Executive Producer
Michael George - Bass (Vocal)
Susan Hamilton - Soprano (Vocal)
Anthony Howell - Engineer
John Hunter - Cover Painting
The King's Consort - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Robert King - Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Robert Menzies - Engineer
Alain Midoux - Liner Note Translation
Bernd Müller - Liner Note Translation
Simon Neal - Instrument Technician
Edward Perry - Executive Producer
Terry Shannon - Design
Nigel Short - Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Anne Steeb - Liner Note Translation
Ben Turner - Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Of old when heroes thought it base (Yorkshire Feast Song), ode for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 333
1 Symphony The King's Consort / Robert King 2:23
2 Solo, Duet. Of old, when heroes thought it base The King's Consort / Robert King 4:03
3 Solo, Chorus. The bashful Thames, for beuaty so renown'd The King's Consort / Robert King 4:31
4 Ritornello, Solo. The pale and the purple rose The King's Consort / Robert King 4:18
5 Duet, Chorus. And in each track of glory since The King's Consort / Robert King 3:56
6 Symphony The King's Consort / Robert King 2:18
7 Duet. And now when the renown'd Nassau The King's Consort / Robert King 1:58
8 Duet. They did no storms, nor threat'nings fear The King's Consort / Robert King 2:05
9 Solo. So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night The King's Consort / Robert King 4:43
10 Chorus. Let music join The King's Consort / Robert King 1:26
11 Solo, Ritornello. Sound trumpets, sound! beat ev'ry drum The King's Consort / Robert King 2:34
12 Solo, Chorus. Sound all to him The King's Consort / Robert King 2:00
Swifter, Isis, swifter flow (Welcome Song for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 336
13 Symphony / Solo, Chorus. Swifter, Isis, swifter flow The King's Consort / Robert King 4:57
14 Solo. Land him safely on her shores The King's Consort / Robert King 1:09
15 Ritornello, Solo, Ritornello. Hark, hark! just now my listening ears The King's Consort / Robert King 1:56
16 Trio, Chorus. Welcome, dread Sir, to town The King's Consort / Robert King 1:15
17 Solo, Solo, Chorus. But with so great devotion meet The King's Consort / Robert King 2:06
18 Duet. The King whose presence like the Spring The King's Consort / Robert King 1:28
19 Chorus. Then since, Sir, from you all our blessings do flow The King's Consort / Robert King 2:13
What, what shall be done in behalf of the man? (Welcome Song for the Duke of York), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 341
20 Symphony The King's Consort / Robert King 2:46
21 Solo, Trio, Chorus. Ritornello. What shall be done in behalf of the man The King's Consort / Robert King 2:42
22 Solo, Ritonello, Chorus. All the grandeur he possesses The King's Consort / Robert King 2:47
23 Solo, Chorus, Ritornello. Mighty Charles, though joined with thee The King's Consort / Robert King 3:35
24 Duet, Chorus. May all factious troubles cease The King's Consort / Robert King 2:44