A Partial John Eccles Discography

AlbumTitle Subtitle Works Performers Record Label Catalog No
Mad Songs Purcell | Eccles | Blow 1. Bess of Bedlam (Henry Purcell); 2. Must then a faithful lover go? (John Eccles); 3. Reason, what art thou? (John Weldon); 4. Oh! Take him gently from the pile (John Eccles); 5. Mad Maudlin (Anon.); 6. From rosy bow'rs (Henry Purcell); 7. Let all be gay (John Eccles); 8. Restless in thought (John Eccles); 9. I burn, my brain consumes to ashes (John Eccles); 10. While I with wounding grief (Godfrey Finger); 11. I'll sail upon the dog-star (Henry Purcell); 12. Morpheus, thou gentle god (Daniel Purcell); 13. Love's but the frailty of the mind (John Eccles); 14. Tom of Bedlam (anon.); 15.Let the dreadful engines (Henry Purcell); 16. Cease of Cupid to complain (John Eccles); 17. Not all my torments (Henry Purcell); 18. Lysander I pursue in vain (John Blow) Catherine Bott (sop), David Roblou (hpsd & org), Mark Levy (bs viol), Anthony Pleeth (cello), Paula Chateauneuf (archl & gtr),Tom Finucane (archl) L'Oiseau-Lyre 433187-2
The Purcell Circle The Mantle of Orpheus 1. No, no, no, resistance is but vain (H. Purcell); 2. The appointed Hour (J. Weldon); 3. Sweeter than Roses (H. Purcell); 4. Fixt on the fair Miranda's Eyes (J. Eccles); 5. On yonder Bed Supinely Laid (D. Purcell); 6. Releive, the fair Belinda said (J. Eccles); 7. Lovely Albino (H. Purcell); 8. Take, O take those Lips away (J. Weldon); 9. When Myra sings (H. Purcell); 10. Come, let us howle (J. Eccles); 11 . Let the dreadfull Engines (H. Purcell); 12. From Rosie Bow'rs (H. Purcell); 13. Love thou can'st hear (H. Purcell); 14. Underneath a gloomy shade (D. Purcell); 15. Stay, gentle Echo (J. Blow); 16. The Fatal I lour (H. Purcell); 17. Lost is my Quiet (H. Purcell); 18. Bacchus is a Pow'r divine (H. Purcell); 19. Let us revell and roar (J. Eccles); 20. Hey hoe! (J. Eccles); Emma Kirkby, Everlyn Tubb (sop), Mary Nichols (alt), Joseph Cornwell, Andrew King (ten), Simon Grant, David Thomas (bs), The Consort of Musickedir. Anthony Rooley Columns Classics Musica Oscura 6709772
Lost Is My Quiet 1. I burn, my brain consumes to ashes (Eccles); 2. See the forsaken fair with streaming eyes (Eccles); 3. As Cupid roguishly one day (Eccles); 4. Oh! that mine eyes would melt into a flood (Blow); 5. Lovely Selina, innocent and free (Blow); 6. My dearest, my fairest (Daniel Purcell); 7. Since from my dear Astrea's sight (Purcell); 8. Here the deities approve (Purcell); 9. The Virtuous Wife, or Good Luck at Last (excerpt) (Purcell); 10. Lost is my quiet for ever (Purcell); 11. Strike the viol (Purcell); 12. Suite from "Amphitryon, or the Two Sosias (Purcell); 13. One charming night (Purcell) Nancy Argenta (sop), Daniel Taylor (ct) acc. Adrian Butterfield, Hélène Plouffe (vln), Margaret Little (viola), Susie Napper (cello), Matthias Maute, Sophie Larivière (rec), Christopher Jackson (hpsd), Nigel North (l) ATMA ACD2 2300
Orpheus with his lute Music for Shakespeare from Purcell to Arne 1. Overture to Titus Andronicus (Jeremiah Clarke); 2. Take, O take those lips away (John Weldon); 3. Can life be a blessing? (John Eccles); 4. Pardon, goddess of the night (Thomas Chilcot); 5. Orpheus with his lute (Maurice Greene); 6. Orpheus with his lute (Thomas Chilcot); 7. Hark, hark, the lark (Thomas Chilcot); 8. To fair Fidele's grassy tomb (Thomas Arne); 9. Concerto No 9 in E minor (Robert Woodcock); 10. When daisies pied and violets blue (Richard Leveridge); 11. When daisies pied and violets blue (Thomas Arne); 12. When icicles hang on the wall (Thomas Arne); 13. You spotted snakes (John Christopher Smith); 14. Full fathom five (John Christopher Smith); 15. All fancy sick (Willem De Fesch); 16. Dry those eyes which are o'erflowing (John Weldon); 17. Dear pretty youth (Henry Purcell); 18. Honour, riches, marriage-blessing (Thomas Arne); 19. Where the bee sucks, there lurk I (Thomas Arne) Catherine Bott (sop), Rachel Brown (fl), The Parley Of Instruments dir. Peter Holman Hyperion CDA67450

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