Clarke, Jeremiah: The Bonny grey Ey'd Morn
This page lists our only recording of The Bonny grey Ey'd Morn, by Jeremiah Clarke (c.1673-1707) on CD.
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Ah! How Sweet It Is To Love
Songs for the theatre
Long has Pastora rul'd the Plain
So sweets the charms of Love
Suite in F minor
Alas, here lies the poor Alonzo Slain
Divine Astrea hither flew
Lord, what's come to my Mother
I'se no more to Shady Coverts
Jockey was a dawdy Lad
The Bonny grey Ey'd Morn
Jockey was as brisk and blith a Lad
Stay, Ah turn
Love is an empty, airy name
If I hear Orinda swear
E'er since you came into my Sight
My Lover has an inconstant Mind
I'll hurry thee hence
I burn my brain consumes to ashes
Ah! how sweet it is to love (from Tyrannic Love or The Royal Martyr, Z613)
I sigh'd and owned my Love (from The Fatal Marriage or The Innocent Adultery, Z595)
Celia is soft
Sweeter than Roses (from Pausanius, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585)
Suite No. 7 in D minor, Z 668
Whilst l with Grief did on you look (from The Spanish Friar or The Double Discovery, Z610)
Oh! how you protest...'Twas within a furlong, (from The Mock Marriage, Z605)
Man is for the woman made (from The Mock Marriage, Z605)
Ah me! to many deaths (from Regulus or The Faction of Carthage, Z586)
O lead me to some peaceful gloom (from Bonduca or The British Heroine, Z574)
Lads and Lasses, blith and gay (from Don Quixote, Z578)
Carolyn Sinclair (soprano), Michel Jarvis (harpsichord), Margaret Gay (baroque cello)
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