Browse: Purcell - Remember not, O Lord, our offences, Z50
This page lists all recordings of Remember not, O Lord, our offences, Z50 by Henry Purcell (1659-95).
Les Trompettes des Plaisirs, Lingua Franca & Vox Luminis, Lionel Meunier
one might call it a classically 'English' choral sound - but any suspicions of coolness are easily dispelled by the commitment shown to the meaning of both music and text...Once again, Vox Luminis... — More…
Music on the Death of Queen Mary
Andrew Carwood (tenor), Laurence Cummings (organ), Michael McCarthy (bass)
Oxford Camerata, Jeremy Summerly
I would say that any disc which offered such a 24-carat Purcell selection in performances even half as good as these would be hard to resist. — More…
Lynne Dawson, Susan Gritton (sopranos), James Bowman, Nigel Short (countertenors), Paul Agnew, Rogers Covey-Crump, Charles Daniels, Mark Milhofer, Mark Padmore (tenors), Colin Campbell, Robert Evans, Micahel George, Stephen Varcoe (basses)
Choir of New College Oxford, King's Consort Choir,...
This CD is made up predominantly of anthems, devotional songs and a morning service (a functional, though not perfunctory, setting of the TeDeum and Jubilate) most of which disclose the range... — More…
Anthems by Henry Purcell & Pelham Humfrey
Iestyn Davies (counter-tenor), James Gilchrist (tenor), David Stout (baritone) & Neal Davies (bass)
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge & St John’s Sinfonia, Andrew Nethsingha
The warm continental sound of the boys' voices might sometimes bestow an unexpectedly 'foreign' accent on this music (albeit shot through with imports from France and Italy), but the commitment,... — More…