The lonely shepherd - Cantatas by Johann Christoph Pepusch


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The lonely shepherd - Cantatas by Johann Christoph Pepusch



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1st Nov 1998




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The lonely shepherd - Cantatas by Johann Christoph Pepusch


Morlake Ground (for keyboard)


A Ground by Mr. Finger (from the Division Flute, 1708)


Sonata in F: First Movement (Vivace)

Sonata in D minor: three movements


Cantata I: Love frowns in Beauteous Myra's Eyes

Cantata II: Cleora

Cantata III: When Loves soft passion...

Cantata IV: Menaloas

Cantata V: Corydon


Air XLI: If Love's sweet Passion (from the Begger's Opera)

Bergen Barokk



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Johann Christoph Pepusch: While Corydon the lovely shepherd, "Corydon"

I. Recitative: While Corydon, the lonely shepherd…

II. Aria: Gay charmer, to befriend thee…

III. Recitative: The Shepherd rose, he gaz´d around…

IV. Aria: Who, from Love his Heart securing…

Gottfried Finger: The First Part of the Division Flute: Ground

The First Part of the Division Flute: Ground

Johann Christoph Pepusch: Love frowns in Beauteous Myra's Eyes

I. (Aria): Love frowns in Beauteous Myra´s Eyes…

II. Recitative: Mark how when sullen Clouds appear…

III. Aria: Love and the graces smiling…

James Paisible: Recorder Sonata in F major

Recorder Sonata in F major: I. Vivace

Johann Christoph Pepusch: Cleora sat beneath a shade, "Cleora"

I. Recitative: Cleora sat beneath a Shade…

II. Air: Sure time and Love are both a sleep…

III. Recitative: Dorus wing´d with Swift desire…

IV. Aria: Fly Care and Anguish far away…

James Paisible: Recorder Sonata in D minor

I. Grave

II. Allegro

III. Vivace

Johann Christoph Pepusch: When Loves soft passion

I. Recitative: When Loves soft passion had usurp´d my

II. Aria: O Love thou know´st my anguish…

III. Recitative: The God of Love who hear´d my pray´r…

IV. Aria: Why shou´d I Love the fair that fly´s me…

Johann Christoph Pepusch: The Fairy Queen, Z. 629

The Fairy Queen: If Love´s sweet Passion

John Blow: Morlake Ground

Morlake Ground

Johann Christoph Pepusch: Menalcas once the gayest swain, "Menaloas"

I. Recitative: Menaloas, once the gayest Swain…

II. Aria: Beware my Thyrsis how you prove…

III. Recitative: Soon alass, the heedless youth…

IV. Aria: Ah, simple Boy, your boasted sence…

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