Purcell's Works: Songs, Arias and Catches


(Semi-)Operas

Incidental Music

Songs/Arias/Catches

Odes/Welcome Songs

Anthems/Services

Instrumental

Portrait of Purcell


  • Z351
  • Song (1688)
    Aaron thus propos'd to Moses
    possibly not by Purcell
  • Z631/13
  • Aria (c1695)
    Aeolus, you must appear {B (Neptune)}
  • Z630/17a
  • Duet and Quartet (1695)
    Ah! Ah! How happy are we! {???}
  • Z626/3
  • Aria (1689)
    Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment {S (Dido)}
  • Z606/9
  • Song (1680)
    Ah cruel, bloody fate
  • Z352
  • Song (?)
    Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair
  • Z240
  • Catch (1685)
    A health to the nut-brown lass [J Suckling] {4vv}
  • Z353
  • Song (1688)
    Ah! how pleasant 'tis to love
  • Z613/2
  • Song (1694)
    Ah! how sweet it is to love
  • Z586/1
  • Song (1692)
    Ah me! to many deaths
  • Z354
  • Song (?)
    Ah! what pains, what racking thoughts [Congreve]
    inc, bc lost
  • Z482
  • Song (?)
    Alas, how barbarous we are [K Philips] {SB}
  • Z627/37
  • Aria and Chorus (1690)
    All our days {B (One of the Pleasures),chor}
  • Z355
  • Song (1687)
    Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams
  • Z356
  • Song (1679)
    Amintas, to my grief I see
  • Z357
  • Song (1681)
    Amintor, heedless of his flocks
  • Z241
  • Catch (1686)
    An ape, a lion, a fox and an ass {3vv}
  • ZD171
  • Song (?)
    A Poor blind woman {SSB}
  • Z631/3
  • Aria (c1695)
    Arise, ye subterranean winds {B}
  • Z607/11
  • Song (1691)
    As Amoret and Thyrsis lay
  • Z358
  • Song (1694)
    Ask me to love no more [A Hammond]
  • Z242
  • Catch (?)
    As Roger last night to Jenny lay close {3vv}
  • Z602/1
  • Song (1692)
    As soon as the chaos
  • Z359
  • Song (1684)
    A thousand sev'ral ways I tried
  • Z629/25
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    A thousand thousand ways we'll find {T/A,chor}
  • Z599/1
  • Catch (1691)
    At the close of the evening {3vv}
  • Z360
  • Song (?)
    Bacchus is a power divine
  • Z608/1
  • Song (1693)
    Behold the man
  • Z626/26
  • Aria (1689)
    Behold, upon my bended spear {T (Aeneas)}
  • Z461
  • Song (?)
    Beneath a dark and melancholy grove {SB}
  • Z590/1
  • Song (?1685)
    Beneath the poplar's shadow
  • Z361
  • Song (1684)
    Beware, poor Shepherds
  • Z589/1
  • Song (1681)
    Blow, blow, Boreas, blow
  • Z243
  • Catch (?1693-4)
    Bring the bowl and cool Nantz {3vv}
  • Z574/16
  • Song (1695)
    Britons strike home!
  • Z632/4
  • Trio (1694)
    But ah! how much are our delights {SS (Two Nymphs),B (Shepherd),bc}
  • Z628/35d-35e
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    But one soft moment {B,chor}
  • Z244
  • Catch (?)
    Call for the reckoning {3vv}
  • Z606/2
  • Song (1680)
    Can'st thou, Marina
  • Z362
  • Song (1687)
    Cease, anxious world [G Etherege]
  • Z363
  • Song (1678)
    Cease, O my sad soul [C Webbe]
  • Z584/1
  • Song (1695)
    Celemene, pray tell me
  • Z609/10
  • Song (1695)
    Celia has a thousand charms
  • Z364
  • Song (1694)
    Celia's fond, too long I've loved her
  • Z572/3?
  • Song (1690)
    Celia, that I once was blest
  • Z627/6
  • Aria (1690)
    Charon, the peaceful shade invites {S}
  • Z632/7
  • Aria (1694)
    Come all to me {S (Cupid),2vn,bc}
  • Z629/7
  • Aria (1689)
    Come all ye songsters of the sky {T/A}
  • Z583/3
  • Song (?1692)
    Come away, do not stay
  • Z626/29
  • Aria (1689)
    Come away, fellow sailors {(First Sailor), chor}
  • Z627/27
  • Duet (1690)
    Come, come away {B (a Bachanalian),B (a Silvan)}
  • Z629/4
  • Aria (1689)
    Come, come, come, let us leave the town {SB}
  • Z483
  • Song (1686)
    Come, dear companions of th'Arcadian fields {SB}
  • Z575/3
  • Song (?1690)
    Come every demon
  • Z484
  • Song (1685)
    Come, lay by all care {SB}
  • Z632/12
  • Duet and Chorus (1694)
    Come, let us agree {S (Cupid),B (Bacchus),chor,str}
  • Z245
  • Catch (?)
    Come let us drink [A Brome] {3vv,bc}
  • Z246
  • Catch (1685)
    Come my hearts, play your parts {3vv}
  • Z631/5
  • Aria and Chorus (c1695)
    Come unto these yellow sands {S (Ariel),chor}
  • Z612/4
  • Song (1691)
    Corinna, I excuse thy face
  • Z365
  • Song (1692)
    Corinna is divinely fair
  • Z367
  • Song (1685)
    Cupid, the slyest rogue alive
  • Z592/10
  • Song (1693)
    Cynthia frowns
  • Z631/10
  • Aria (c1695)
    Dear pretty youth {S (Dorinda)}
  • Z574/14
  • Song (1695)
    Divine Andate, president of war
  • Z247
  • Catch (1693)
    Down, down with Bacchus {3vv}
  • Z462
  • Song (?)
    Draw near, you lovers [T Stanley] {SB}
  • Z606/7
  • Song (1680)
    Dream no more of pleasures past
  • Z248
  • Catch (1686)
    Drink on till night be spent [P Ayres] {3vv}
  • Z631/7
  • Aria (c1695)
    Dry those eyes {S (Ariel)}
  • Z485
  • Song (1694)
    Dulcibella, when e'er I sue for a kiss [A Henley] {SB}
  • Z631/11b-11d
  • Aria (c1695)
    Fair and serene {B (Neptune)}
  • Z486
  • Song (1692)
    Fair Cloe, my breast so alarms [J Glanvill] {SB}
  • Z628/38
  • Aria (1691)
    Fairest Isle {S (Venus)}
  • Z368
  • Song (1685)
    Farewell, all joys
  • Z463
  • Song (1685)
    Farewell, ye rocks [D'Urfey] {SB}
  • Z626/7
  • Duet and Chorus (1689)
    Fear no danger {SS,chor}
  • Z487
  • Song (1687)
    Fill the bowl with rosy wine [A Cowley] {SB}
  • Z571/3
  • Song (1688)
    Fled is my love
  • Z369
  • Song (1692)
    Fly swift, ye hours
  • Z628/36
  • Duet (1691)
    For folded flocks {SB}
  • Z572/11
  • Song (1690)
    For Iris and her swain
  • Z572/6?
  • Song (1690)
    For Iris I sigh
  • Z578/9
  • Song (1694-5)
    From rosie bow'rs
  • Z370
  • Song (1683)
    From silent shades and the Elysian groves
    Bess of Bedlam
  • Z249
  • Catch (1686)
    Full bags, a brisk bottle [J Allestry] {3vv}
  • Z578/7
  • Song (1694-5)
    Genius of England
  • Z464
  • Song (1687)
    Gently shepherds, you that know [Tate] {SB}
    on the death of John Playford
  • Z627/?
  • Trio and Chorus (1690)
    Give to every one {BBB,chor}
  • Z250
  • Catch (1685)
    God save our sovereign Charles {3vv}
  • Z591/1
  • Song (1694)
    Good neighbor why?
  • Z489
  • Song (?)
    Go tell Amynta, gentle swain [Dryden]
  • Z251
  • Catch (?)
    Great Apollo and Bacchus {3vv}
  • Z628/22
  • Aria (1691)
    Great love {B}
  • Z626/4
  • Duet (dialogue) (1689)
    Grief increases by concealing {SS}
  • Z606/8
  • Song (1680)
    Hail to the myrtle shade
  • Z631/15
  • Aria (c1695)
    Halcyon days {S (Amphitrite),ob,str}
  • Z612/2
  • Song (1691)
    Hang this whining way of wooing
  • Z541
  • Song (?)
    Hark Damon, hark {SSB,2rec,2vn}
  • Z606/4
  • Song (1680)
    Hark! Hark! behold the heav'nly choir
  • Z629/47
  • Aria (1689)
    Hark how all things in one sound agree {S/A,str}
  • Z632/2
  • Duet (1694)
    Hark! how the songsters of the grove in A Symphony of Pipes imitating the chirping of birds {SS (Two Nymphs),2fl,bc}
  • Z542
  • Song (?)
    Hark how the wild musicians sing {TTB,2vn}
  • Z613/1
  • Song (1694)
    Hark! my Damilcar!
  • Z629/48
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Hark! now the echoing air {S (Second Woman),chor}
  • Z490
  • Song (?)
    Haste, gentle Charon {BB}
  • Z626/27
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Haste, haste to town {S (Belinda),chor}
  • Z491
  • Song (1688)
    Has yet your breast no pity learn'd? {SB}
  • Z371
  • Song (1695)
    Hears not my Phyllis [C Sedley]
    The Knotting Song
  • Z574/11
  • Song (1695)
    Hear us great Rugwith
  • Z574/12
  • Song (1695)
    Hear, ye Gods of Britain
  • Z583/1
  • Song (?1692)
    Hear, ye sullen powers below
  • Z372
  • Song (1684)
    He himself courts his own ruin
  • Z492
  • Song (1687)
    Hence, fon deceiver {SB}
  • Z632/5
  • Aria (1694)
    Hence! hence! hence with your trifling deity {B (A Bacchanal),2ob,bc}
  • Z252
  • Catch (?)
    Here's a health, pray let it pass {3vv}
  • Z253
  • Catch (1680)
    Here's that will challenge all the fair {3vv}
    Bartholemew Fair
  • Z629/34
  • Aria (1689)
    Here's the summer, sprightly, gay {A (Summer)}
  • Z493
  • Song (1688)
    Here's to thee, Dick [Cowley] {SB}
  • Z254
  • Catch (1686)
    He that drinks is immortal {3vv}
  • Z465
  • Song (1690)
    High on a throne of glitt'ring ore [D'Urfey] {SB}
    ode to the Queen
  • Z628/12
  • Aria (1691)
    Hither this way bend {S (Philidel),chor,2ob,str}
  • Z373
  • Song (?)
    How delightful's the life of an innocent swain
  • Z494
  • Song (1686)
    How great are the blessings 'A Health to King James' [Tate] {SB}
  • Z609/12
  • Song (1695)
    How happy, how happy is she
  • Z582/1
  • Song (1693)
    How happy's the husband
  • Z628/30b-30d
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    How happy the Lover {A,chor}
  • Z374
  • Song (1681)
    How I sigh when I think of the charms
  • Z543
  • Song (1688)
    How pleasant is this flowery plain {ST,2rec}
  • Z495
  • Song (1687)
    How sweet is the air and refreshing {SB}
  • Z602/2
  • Song (1692)
    How vile are the sordid intregues
  • Z629/14
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Hush, no more, be silent all {B,chor}
  • Z629/12
  • Aria (1689)
    I am come to lock all fast {S}
  • Z628/9
  • Aria (1691)
    I call ye all to Woden's hall {T,chor}
  • Z375
  • Song (?)
    I came, I saw, and was undone [A Cowley]
  • Z630/6
  • Aria and Chorus (1695)
    I come to sing great Zempoalla's story {T (Fame),chor}
  • Z376
  • Song (1693)
    I envy not a monarch's fate
  • Z377
  • Song (?)
    I fain would be free
    inc, bc lost
  • Z255
  • Catch (1689)
    If all be true that I do think {3vv}
  • Z544
  • Song (?)
    If ever I more riches did desire [Cowley] {SSTB,2vn}
  • Z378
  • Song (1685)
    If grief has any power to kill
  • Z379
  • Song (1692-1695)
    If music be the food of love [H Heveningham]
    3 settings
  • Z626/10
  • Aria (1689)
    If not for mine {T (Aeneas)}
  • Z380
  • Song (?)
    If prayers and tears
    on the death of Charles II
  • Z571/8
  • Song (1688)
    If thou wilt give me back my love
  • Z256
  • Catch (1690)
    I gave her cakes and I gave her ale {3vv}
  • Z571/5
  • Song (1688)
    I'll mount to yon blue Coelum
  • Z571/6
  • Song (1688)
    I'll sail upon the Dog-star
  • Z598/1
  • Song (1691)
    I look'd and saw within
  • Z381
  • Song (1694)
    I lov'd fair Celia [B Howard]
    music as Z427
  • Z382
  • Song (?)
    I love and I must
    Bell Barr
  • Z545
  • Song (?)
    In a deep vision's intellectual scene 'The Complaint' [Cowley] {SSB}
  • Z496
  • Song (?)
    In all our Cynthia's shining sphere [E Settle: The World in the Moon] {SB}
  • Z383
  • Song (1695)
    Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas [Herbert]
    The Queen's Epicedium
  • Z384
  • Song (1684)
    In Cloris all soft charms [J Howe]
  • Z612/1
  • Song (1691)
    Ingrateful love!
  • Z497
  • Song (1687)
    In some kind dream [G Etherege] {SB}
  • Z588/4
  • Song (1690)
    In vain Clemene
  • Z580/1
  • Song (1692)
    In vain, 'gainst Love, in vain I strove
  • Z385
  • Song (1685)
    In vain we dissemble
  • Z386
  • Song (1679)
    I resolve against cringing
  • Z498
  • Song (1686)
    I saw fair Cloris all alone [W Strode] {SB}
  • Z387
  • Song (1678)
    I saw that you were grown so high
  • Z257
  • Catch (?1693)
    Is Charleroy's siege come too? {3vv}
  • Z573/1
  • Song (?1692)
    I see, she flies me
  • Z571/1
  • Song (1688)
    I sigh'd, and I pin'd
  • Z595/2
  • Song (1694)
    I sigh'd and owned my love
  • Z499
  • Song (?)
    I spy Celia, Celia eyes me {SB}
  • Z388
  • Song (1681)
    I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams
  • Z574/10
  • Catch (1695)
    Jack thou art a toper {3vv}
  • Z571/7
  • Song (1688)
    Jenny, 'gin you can love
  • Z101
  • Catch (?)
    Joy, mirth, triumphs I do defy {4vv}
    Originally an Alleluia?
  • Z500
  • Song (?)
    Julia, your unjust disdain {SB}
  • Z631/8
  • Aria (c1695)
    Kind fortune smiles {S (Ariel)}
  • Z578/8
  • Song (1694-5)
    Lads and Lasses, blith and gay
  • Z583/4
  • Song (?1692)
    Laius! Hear, hear
  • Z579/1
  • Song (1693)
    Leave these useless arts
  • Z389
  • Song (?)
    Leave these useless arts in loving
    version of duet in Shadwell: Epsom Wells
  • Z627/8
  • Duet and Chorus (1690)
    Let all mankind the pleasures share {SB,chor}
  • Z390
  • Song (1683)
    Let each gallant heart [J Turner]
  • Z391
  • Song (1687)
    Let formal lovers still pursue
  • Z501
  • Song (1689)
    Let Hector, Achilles and each brave commander {SB}
  • Z627/31
  • Aria and Chorus (1690)
    Let monarchs fight {S (a Faun),chor,str}
  • Z628/13
  • Aria (1691)
    Let not a moon-born Elf [B (Grimbald)]
  • Z578/3
  • Song (1694-5)
    Let the dreadful engines
  • Z629/29
  • Duet (1689)
    Let the fifes, and the clarions {AA}
  • Z258
  • Catch (1685)
    Let the grave folks go preach {3vv}
  • Z627/App3
  • Aria (1690)
    Let us dance {S (Another of the Pleasures)}
  • Z259
  • Catch (?1691)
    Let us drink to the blades {3vv}
  • Z466
  • Song (1684)
    Let us, kind Lesbia, give away {SB}
  • Z502
  • Song (1691)
    Lost is my quiet forever {SB}
  • Z392
  • Song (?)
    Love arms himself in Celia's eyes
  • Z632/3
  • Aria (1694)
    Love in their little veins inspires {S (Nymph),2fl,bc}
  • Z393
  • Song (1685)
    Love is now become a trade
  • Z394
  • Song (?)
    Lovely Albina's come ashore
  • Z632/11
  • Aria (1694)
    Love quickly is pall'd {A (A Bacchanal),2ob,bc}
  • Z575/4
  • Song (?1690)
    Lovers, who to their first embraces go
  • Z395
  • Song (1688)
    Love's power in my heart shall find no compliance
  • Z596/1
  • Song (1693)
    Love, thou art best
  • Z396
  • Song (1695)
    Love, thou canst hear, tho' thou art blind [R Howard]
  • Z570/10
  • Song (1695)
    Lucinda is bewitching fair
  • Z575/5
  • Song (?1690)
    Magician's Dance
  • Z627/32ab
  • Duet (1690)
    Make room for the great god of wine {BB (Bacchus' Followers),2ob}
  • Z605/3
  • Song (1695)
    Man is for the woman made
  • Z629/8ab
  • Trio (1689)
    May the god of wit inspire {ATB}
  • Z397
  • Song (1678)
    More love or more disdain I crave [Webbe]
  • Z583/2
  • Song (?1692)
    Music for a while
  • Z467
  • Song (1685)
    Musing on cares of human fate [D'Urfey] {SB}
  • Z585/2
  • Song (1695)
    My dearest, my fairest
  • Z399
  • Song (1685)
    My heart, wherever you appear
  • Z260
  • Catch (1688)
    My lady's coachman, John {3vv}
  • Z629/50d
  • Aria (1689)
    My torch, indeed will from such brightness shine {B,2vn}
  • Z594/1
  • Catch (1685)
    My wife has a tounge {3vv}
  • Z503
  • Song (1689)
    Nestor, who did to thrice man's age attain {SB}
  • Z629/36
  • Aria (1689)
    Next, winter comes slowly {B (Winter)}
  • Z588/3
  • Song (1690)
    No more, Sir, no more
  • Z576/1
  • Song (1692)
    No, no, poor suff'ring heart
  • Z628/23
  • Aria (1691)
    No part {S}
  • Z601/2
  • Song (1693)
    No, resistance is but vain
  • Z631/17
  • Duet and Chorus (c1695)
    No stars again shall hurt you {S (Amphitrite),B (Neptune),chor}
  • Z400
  • Song (?)
    Not all my torments can your pity move
  • Z468
  • Song (?)
    No, to what purpose should I speak [Cowley] {SB}
  • Z401
  • Song (1693)
    No watch, dear Celia, just is found
  • Z261
  • Catch (1685)
    Now England's great council's assembled {3vv}
  • Z262
  • Catch (1688)
    Now, now we are met and humours agree {3vv}
  • Z606/5
  • Song (1680)
    Now the fight's done
  • Z629/22
  • Aria (1689)
    Now the maids and the men {AB}
    Dialogue betweem Coridon and Mopsa
  • Z629/28
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Now the night is chas'd away {S,chor}
  • Z600/1
  • Song (?1692)
    Nymphs and shepherds/We come
  • Z504
  • Song (1695)
    O dive custos Auriacae domus [H Parker] {SS}
    on the death of Queen Mary
  • Z402
  • Song (?)
    O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes
  • Z263
  • Catch (1693)
    Of all the instruments that are {3vv}
  • Z505
  • Song (1687)
    Oft am I by the women told [Cowley] {SB}
  • Z626/25a
  • Aria (1689)
    Oft she visits this lone mountain {S (Second Woman)}
  • Z605/1
  • Song (1695)
    Oh! how you protest
  • Z403
  • Song (1690)
    O! how happy's he [W Mountfort]
    inc, bc lost, melody from Dioclesion
  • Z506
  • Song (?)
    Oh! what a scene does entertain my sight {rec,vn}
  • Z574/17
  • Song (1695)
    O lead me to some peaceful gloom
  • Z629/40
  • Aria (1689)
    O let me weep {S,vn.obligato}
    The plaint
  • Z404
  • Song (?)
    Olinda in the shades unseen
  • Z264
  • Catch (1686)
    Once in our lives let us drink to our wives {3vv}
  • Z265
  • Catch (?)
    Once, twice, thrice, I Julia tried {3vv}
  • Z629/13
  • Aria (1689)
    One charming night {A (Secrecy)}
  • Z266
  • Catch (?)
    One industrious insect [?R Thomlinson] {3vv}
    Insecta praecauta, alterius merda
  • Z405
  • Song (1692)
    On the brow of Richmond Hill [D'Urfey]
  • Z406
  • Song (1687)
    O solitude, my sweetest choice [K Philips]
  • Z627/30
  • Duet (1690)
    O, the sweet delights of love {SS (Two Wood-Gods)}
  • Z626/32
  • Aria (1689)
    Our next motion {S (Sorceress)}
  • Z267
  • Catch (1688)
    Pale faces, stand by [Mr Taverner] {3vv}
  • Z407
  • Song (1681)
    Pastora's beauties when unblown
  • Z409
  • Song (1685)
    Phillis, talk no more of passion
  • Z408
  • Song (1688)
    Phyllis, I can ne'er forgive it
  • Z410
  • Song (1695)
    Pious Celinda goes to prayers [Congreve]
  • Z575/6
  • Song (?1690)
    Pluto arise!
  • Z268
  • Catch (?)
    Pox on you for a fop {3vv}
  • Z600/2
  • Song (?1692)
    Prepare, prepare, new guests draw near
  • Z606/1
  • Song (1680)
    Prepare, prepare, the rites begin
  • Z269
  • Catch (?)
    Prithee be n't so sad and serious [Brome] {3vv}
  • Z626/11
  • Aria (1689)
    Pursue thy conquest, love {S (Belinda)}
  • Z588/2
  • Song (1690)
    Pursuing Beauty
  • Z411
  • Song (1683)
    Rashly I swore I would disown
  • Z581/1
  • Song (1681)
    Retir'd from any mortal's sight
  • Z632/9
  • Aria (1694)
    Return, revolting rebels {B (Bacchus),2ob,bc}
  • Z270
  • Catch (1694)
    Room for th'express [written on the fall of Limerick, July 1694] {3vv}
  • Z628/34
  • Duet and Chorus (1691)
    Round thy coasts {S (Nereid),B (Pan),chor}
  • Z507
  • Song (1686)
    Saccharissa's grown old {SB}
  • Z606/6
  • Song (1680)
    Sad as death at dead of night
  • Z412
  • Song (1694)
    Sawney is a bonny lad [P A Motteux]
  • Z612/3
  • Song (1691)
    Say, cruel Amoret
  • Z469
  • Song (1679)
    Scarce had the rising sun appear'd
  • Z629/11
  • Aria (1689)
    See even Night herself is here {S}
  • Z470
  • Song (1689)
    See how the fading glories of the year {SB}
  • Z630/15
  • Aria (1695)
    Seek not to know what must not be reveal'd {(God of Dreams)}
  • Z626/35b?
  • Trio (dialogue) (1689)
    See, madam where the Prince appears {SST}
  • Z629/35
  • Aria (1689)
    See my many colour'd fields {T (Autumn)}
  • Z629/50b
  • Aria (1689)
    See, see, I obey {B (Hymen)}
  • Z631/16
  • Aria (c1695)
    See, see, the heavens smile {B (Neptune)}
  • Z626/31
  • Trio (dialogue) (1689)
    See the flags and the streamers curling {SSS}
  • Z603/10
  • Song (1694)
    See! where repenting Celia lyes
  • Z508
  • Song (?)
    See where she sits [Cowley] {2vn}
  • Z626/8
  • Trio (dialogue) (1689)
    See, your royal guest appears {SST}
  • Z626/2a
  • Aria (1689)
    Shake the cloud from off your brow {S (Belinda)}
  • Z413
  • Song (1683)
    She loves and she confesses too [Cowley]
  • Z628/16
  • Symphony and Duet (dialogue) (1691)
    Shepherd, leave decoying {SS (Two Shepherdesses),2fl,2ob,str}
  • Z414
  • Song (1695)
    She that would gain a faithful lover
  • Z415
  • Song (1683)
    She who my poor heart possesses
  • Z627/App2
  • Aria (1690)
    Since from my dear Astrea's sight {S (a Faun)}
  • Z416
  • Song (1681)
    Since one poor view has drawn my heart
  • Z271
  • Catch (1685)
    Since the duke is return's {3vv}
  • Z471
  • Song (1679)
    Since the pox or the plague {SB}
  • Z627/13bc
  • Aria and Chorus (1690)
    Since the toils and hazards of war {A,chor,2fl,2ob,str}
  • Z578/6
  • Song (1694-5)
    Since times are so bad
  • Z272
  • Catch (?)
    Since time so kind to us does prove {3vv}
  • Z578/1
  • Song (1694-5)
    Sing all ye Muses
  • Z574/13
  • Song (1695)
    Sing, sing, ye Druids
  • Z629/10ab
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Sing while we trip it on the green {S,chor,str}
  • Z273
  • Catch (?)
    Sir Walter enjoying his damsel {3vv}
  • Z509
  • Song (1685)
    Sit down, my dear Sylvia [D'Urfey] {SB}
  • Z510
  • Song (1685)
    Soft notes and gently raised [J Howe] {SB,2rec}
    A Serenading Song
  • Z274
  • Catch (?)
    Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine {4vv}
  • Z628/26
  • Duet (1691)
    Sound a Parley {S (Cupid),B (Genius)}
  • Z627/22-23
  • Aria and Chorus (1690)
    Sound Fame {B,chor}
  • Z417
  • Song (1687)
    Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love [A Wharton]
  • Z626/28
  • Duet (dialogue) (1689)
    Stay, Prince {ST}
  • Z627/33
  • Aria (1690)
    STill I'm wishing {B/S (Cupid's Follower)}
  • Z444
  • Song (1692)
    Stript of their green our groves appear [Motteux]
  • Z275
  • Catch (1688)
    Sum up all the delights {3vv}
  • Z629/49
  • Duet and Chorus (1689)
    Sure the dull god of marriage {SS,chor}
  • Z418
  • Song (1678)
    Sweet, be no longer sad [Webbe]
  • Z585/1
  • Song (1695)
    Sweeter than roses
  • ZS69
  • Song (1667)
    Sweet tyranness, I now resign {SSB}
  • ZS70
  • Song (1678)
    Sweet tyranness, I now resign
    solo version of trio
  • Z420
  • Song (1688)
    Sylvia, now your scorn give over
  • Z511
  • Song (?)
    Sylvia, thou brighter eye of night {SB}
  • Z512
  • Song (1686)
    Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair
  • Z609/11
  • Song (1695)
    Take not a woman's anger ill
  • Z601/3
  • Song (1693)
    Tell me no more
  • Z627/35
  • Duet (dialogue) (1690)
    Tell me why my charming fair {S (Shepherdess),B (Shepherd)}
  • Z626/24a-24b
  • Aria and Chorus (1689)
    Thanks to these lonesome vales {S (Dido),chor}
  • Z632/10
  • Aria (1694)
    The cares of lovers {S (Nymph),bc}
  • Z595/1
  • Song (1694)
    The danger is over
  • Z421
  • Song (?)
    The fatal hour comes on apace
  • Z606/3
  • Song (1680)
    The gate to bliss
  • Z575/2
  • Song (?1690)
    Their necessary aid you use
  • Z276
  • Catch (1686)
    The Macedon youth [Suckling] {4vv}
  • Z277
  • Catch (1686)
    The miller's daughter riding {3vv}
  • Z626/16
  • Aria (1689)
    The queen of Carthage, whom we hate {S (Sorceress)}
  • Z513
  • Song (?)
    There never was so wretched lover as I [Congreve] {SB}
  • Z587/1
  • Song (1693)
    There's not a swain
  • Z571/2
  • Song (1688)
    There's nothing so fatal as woman
  • Z278
  • Catch (?1691)
    The surrender of Limerick {3vv}
  • Z628/6
  • Aria (1691)
    The white horse {B}
  • Z422
  • Song (1685)
    They say you're angry [Cowley]
  • Z629/50ef
  • Trio (1689)
    They shall be as happy {SSB}
  • Z630/19
  • Aria (1695)
    They tell us that you mighty powers above {S (Orazia)}
  • Z628/35b-35c
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    This not my passion {B,chor}
  • Z423
  • Song (1688)
    This poet sings the Trojan wars
    Anacreon's Defeat
  • Z628/21
  • Aria (1691)
    Thou doting fool forbear {S (Cupid)}
  • Z514
  • Song (1685)
    Though my mistress be fair {SB}
  • Z601/1
  • Song (1693)
    Though you make no return
  • Z629/39bc
  • Aria (1689)
    Thrice happy lovers {S (Juno)}
    Epithalamium
  • Z424
  • Song (1684)
    Through mournful shades and solitary groves [R Duke]
  • Z629/33
  • Aria (1689)
    Thus the ever grateful spring {S (Spring)}
  • Z629/43
  • Aria (1689)
    Thus the gloomy world st first began to shine {T/A,tpt,2vn}
  • Z607/10
  • Song (1691)
    Thus to a ripe, consenting maid
  • Z604/A-B
  • Song (1690)
    Thy genius, lo (2 settings)
  • Z626/37
  • Aria (1689)
    Thy hand Belinda, darkness shades me {S (Dido)}
  • Z571/4
  • Song (1688)
    'Tis death alone
  • Z279
  • Catch (1685)
    'Tis easy to force {4B}
  • Z628/25
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    Tis I, that have warn'd ye {S (Cupid)}
  • Z628/27
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    Tis I, that have warn'd ye {S (Cupid)}
  • Z280
  • Catch (1686)
    'Tis too late for a coach {3vv}
  • Z546
  • Song (?)
    'Tis wine was made to rule the day {S,SSB}
  • Z281
  • Catch (1685)
    'Tis women makes us love {4vv}
  • Z282
  • Catch (1687)
    To all lovers of music [Carr] {3vv}
  • Z574/15
  • Symphony and Song (1695)
    To arms
  • Z600/3
  • Song (?1692)
    To arms, heroic prince
  • Z627/11
  • Trio and Chorus (1690)
    To Mars let 'em raise {BBB/ATB,chor}
  • Z283
  • Catch (1685)
    To thee, to thee and to a maid {3vv}
  • Z515
  • Song (?)
    Trip it, trip it in a ring
    duet version of solo song in The Fairy Queen
  • Z627/38
  • Trio (1690)
    Triumph, victorious love {BBB}
  • Z284
  • Catch (c1689)
    True Englishmen drink a good health {3vv}
    Song with music on the 7 Bishops
  • Z425
  • Song (?)
    Turn then thine eyes
    solo version of duet in The Fairy Queen
  • Z629/50c
  • Duet (1689)
    Turn then thine eyes {SS (Two Women)}
  • Z605/2
  • Song (1695)
    'Twas within a furlong
  • Z628/29
  • Duet (1691)
    Two Daughters {SS (Two Syrens)}
  • Z285
  • Catch (1686)
    Under a green elm lies Luke Shepherd's helm {4vv}
  • Z516
  • Song (1692)
    Underneath this myrtle shade [Cowley] {SB}
  • Z286
  • Catch (1686)
    Under this stone lies Gabriel John {3vv}
  • Z426
  • Song (?)
    Urge me no more
  • Z630/4b
  • Aria (1695)
    Wake Quivera, wake {T (Inidan Boy)}
  • Z626/14
  • Aria (1689)
    Wayward sisters {S (Sorceress)}
  • Z575/1
  • Song (?1690)
    We must assemble by a sacrifice
  • Z427
  • Song (1693)
    We now, my Thyrsis, never find [Motteux]
    music as z381
  • Z547
  • Song (?)
    We reap all the pleasures {inc STB,2rec}
  • Z547
  • Song (?)
    We reap all the pleasures {inc STB,2rec}
  • Z517
  • Song (1689)
    Were I to choose the greatest bliss {SB}
  • Z428
  • Song (?)
    What a sad fate is mine
    2 settings
  • Z429
  • Song (1694)
    What can we poor females do?
    solo version of duet Z518
  • Z518
  • Song (?)
    What can we poor females do? {also as solo song}
  • Z630/7
  • Trio (1695)
    What flatt'ring noise is this {BBB}
  • Z628/19
  • Aria (1691)
    What ho {S (Cupid)}
    The Frost Scene
  • Z472
  • Song (1679)
    What hope for us remains now he is gone?
    on the death of Matthew Locke
  • Z628/20
  • Aria (1691)
    What power art thou {B (Genius)}
    Prelude while the cold Genius rises
  • Z627/18
  • Aria (1690)
    What shall I do {S}
  • Z629/31
  • Aria (1689)
    When a cruel long winter {T,2vn}
  • Z626/6
  • Trio (dialogue) (1689)
    Whence could so much virtue spring? {SSS}
  • Z430
  • Song (1687)
    When first Amintas sued for a kiss [D'Urfey]
  • Z627/App1
  • Aria (1690)
    When first I saw {S}
  • Z431
  • Song (1687)
    When first my shepherdess and I
  • Z519
  • Song (1684)
    When gay Philander left the plain {SB}
  • Z432
  • Song (1681)
    When her languishing eyes said 'love'
  • Z433
  • Song (1678)
    When I a lover pale do see
  • Z629/23
  • Aria (1689)
    When I have often heard {S (Nymph)}
  • Z520
  • Song (1685)
    When, lovely Phyllis, thou art kind {SB}
  • Z434
  • Song (?)
    When my Aemelia smiles
  • Z521
  • Song (1695)
    When Myra sings [G Granville] {SB}
  • ZD201
  • Song (?)
    When night her purple veil had softly spread {B,2vn}
  • Z435
  • Song (1683)
    When Strephon found his passion vain
  • Z522
  • Song (1686)
    When Teucer from his father fled [D Kenrick] {SB}
  • ZD172
  • Song (?)
    When the cock begins to crow {SSB}
  • Z578/2
  • Song (1694-5)
    When the world first knew creation
  • Z436
  • Song (1675)
    When Thyrsis did the splendid eye
  • Z287
  • Catch (1686)
    When V and I together meet {3vv}
  • Z631/2
  • Duet (dialogue) and Chorus (c1695)
    Where does the black fiend Ambition reside {BB (Two Devils),chor}
  • Z523
  • Song (?)
    While bolts and bars my days control {SB}
  • Z437
  • Song (1685)
    While Thyrsis, wrapt in downy sleep
  • Z524
  • Song (?)
    While you for me alone had charms [J Oldham] {SB}
  • Z438
  • Song (1686)
    Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still
  • Z610/1
  • Song (1694-5)
    Whilst I with grief
  • Z440
  • Song (?)
    Who but a slave can well express
  • Z441
  • Song (1695)
    Who can behold Florella's charms?
  • Z288
  • Catch (1685)
    Who comes there? {3vv}
  • Z525
  • Song (1691)
    Why, my Daphne, why complaining?
    A Dialogue between Thirsis and Daphne
  • Z630/4c-4d
  • Aria (1695)
    Why should men quarrel {S (Indian Girl)}
  • Z442
  • Song (?)
    Why so serious, why so grave? [Flatman]
    inc, bc lost
  • Z289
  • Catch (1686)
    Wine in a morning makes us frolic and gay [T Brown] {3vv}
  • Z627/13d
  • Aria (1690)
    With dances and songs {B}
    Song upon a Ground
  • Z578/4-5
  • Song (1694-5)
    With this sacred charming wand
  • Z628/5
  • Aria (1691)
    Woden, first to thee {B}
  • Z290
  • Catch (1685)
    Would you know how we meet [T Otway] {3vv}
  • Z628/32b-32c
  • Aria (1691)
    Ye Blust'ring Brethren {B (Aeolus),2fl,str}
  • Z629/21
  • Aria (1689)
    Ye gentle spirits of the air appear {S}
  • Z443
  • Song (1685)
    Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind
  • Z629/45
  • Ground and Aria (1689)
    Yes, Daphne, in your looks I find {T/A (Chinese Man)}
  • Z630/13
  • Aria (1695)
    Ye twice ten hundred deities {(Ismeron)}
  • Z291
  • Catch (1691)
    Young Colin cleaving of a beam [D'Urfey] {3vv}
  • Z292
  • Catch (1683)
    Young John the gard'ner {4vv}
  • Z473
  • Song (?)
    Young Thyrsis' fate, ye hills and groves, deplore {SB}
    on the death of Thomas Farmer
  • Z631/14
  • Aria (c1695)
    Your awful voice I hear {A (Aeolus)}
  • Z626/35a
  • Aria (1689)
    Your counsel all is urg'd in vain {S (Dido)}
  • Z628/37
  • Aria and Chorus (1691)
    Your hay is mown {T (Comus)}
  • Z628/35a
  • Aria (1691)
    You say tis love {S}
  • Z630/21b
  • Aria (1695)
    You who at the altar stand {B (High Priest)}


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