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Purcell: Complete Sacred Music / King, King's Consort, Et Al


Release Date: 12/10/2002 
Label:  Hyperion   Catalog #: 44141/51   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Henry PurcellTraditional
Performer:  Michael GeorgeLynne DawsonCharles DanielsSusan Gritton,   ... 
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's ConsortOxford New College Choir
Number of Discs: 11 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 12 Hours 17 Mins. 

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Notes and Editorial Reviews

An essential purchase for Purcell year and well beyond.

My only hesitation in making this set Bargain of the Month lies in the fact I shall be following up this review with one of the King’s Consort’s companion set of the Complete Purcell Odes and Welcome Songs (Hyperion CDS44031/8), assuredly another strong contender for that title. I also have reviewed the excellent Helios reissue of Mr Henry Purcell’s Most Admirable Composures (CDH55303, James Bowman and the King’s Consort).

Recorded and issued over a period of just over three years in the early 1990s, the individual CDs of the Anthems all received considerable acclaim on their initial
Read more release. I bought some of the discs but never got round to the complete set because I had other good recordings of Purcell’s sacred music, though none quite to match The King’s Consort. In Purcell’s anniversary year it seemed appropriate to explore those recordings which I had missed; I suspect that these versions will now become my almost invariable versions of choice.

Among rival versions of some of this music, the DG Archiv recording of Coronation Music for King James II, containing Purcell’s My heart is inditing and I was glad will certainly remain in my collection, since it also contains some excellent music by John Blow and some interesting pieces by William Child and William Turner (447 155-2,Westminster Abbey Choir and Orchestra/Simon Preston, not currently available but worth searching for). Preston’s time for My heart is inditing is a brisk 16:07 against King’s 16:58 on CD4. Exactly the opposite is the case with I was glad, where Preston’s 5:06 is noticeably slower than King’s 4:03 (CD7, track1 – not to be confused with the earlier setting on tr.4). Both make good cases for their interpretations of My heart but I have a definite preference for King’s account of I was glad. (I just wonder why these related works are on separate Hyperion CDs).

Richard Marlow with the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge (Conifer – no longer available) almost exactly splits the King and Preston timings at 4:28. This CD, too, remains of value, not merely because it disappeared with the demise of the Conifer label; like the Archiv, this DDD recording ought to find someone to reissue it in Purcell Year. I’d suggest that Brilliant Classics might license it, were it not for the fact that they already have an inexpensive 2-CD set which is worth exploring (99790, The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge/Timothy Brown on CD1, with Michael Chance and Miscellany in songs, music from Dioclesian, etc., on CD2). The sound on the Brilliant recording is perfectly acceptable; there are no notes, but the texts are provided.

Both Cambridge choirs offer the music contained on CD7 of the Hyperion set, from the Book of Common Prayer, associated with the funeral of Queen Mary in 1695, very shortly before his own untimely demise. This music is generally acknowledged to rank among Purcell’s greatest achievements, so it seemed appropriate to use the three performances for comparative purposes. Clare’s opening Funeral March is dignified and impressive and leads into a sotto voce rendition of Man that is born of a woman, very effective in its understatement after the pomp of the march. In the midst of life, taken at an appropriately stately pace, is followed by the Canzona, Z860; like the opening march, this is both stately and impressive. Then follow Thou knowest, Lord and the final shortened version of the Funeral March. Taken on their own merits, these are moving, affective and effective performances.

Marlow omits the march and begins the sequence with Man that is born of a woman. The notes suggest that he polishes this off in 1:25 but, in fact, he takes the piece at a slightly more sedate pace than Brown. In the midst of life also receives a dignified and thoughtful performance – again, the notes are in error in timing this at 2:25 (it’s closer to four minutes) – as does Thou knowest, Lord. Once again, these performances are very satisfying in their own right, though the omission of the march and canzona are to be regretted.

Hyperion begin with the Drum Processional – the equivalent of Brilliant’s Funeral March – and the March, Z860, separately tracked (CD7, trs.10 & 11), and close the sequence with a repeat of the drums as a Drum Recessional (tr.17) King’s tempo in both instances is very similar to Brown’s on the Brilliant recording – slightly faster for the recessional than for the processional. The three performances are in close agreement over the right tempi for the vocal items, too. Yet, for all the virtues of the other recordings, King’s performances just have the edge. The drums in the march begin by being slightly understated and build up momentum and the four flatt trumpets make a powerful impression in the canzona, here performed as a postlude to the vocal items (tr.16).

King’s attention to such small details as using flatt trumpets, instead of sackbuts, pays off. The notes point out that this was probably the first time in the 20 th century that such a consort had been employed for this music. King scores, too, by offering two variants of Thou know’st Lord, Z85b and Z85c. The differences between these versions may be small but they are significant in giving King the lead.

The Choir of the King’s Consort, too, have the edge over the two college choirs in the three sentences (trs.12-14), with excellent performances from Mark Kennedy (treble), Rogers Covey Crump and Charles Daniels (tenors) and Michael George (bass). Presumably this music would have been sung by the professional choristers of the Chapel Royal, so it is perfectly appropriate to use the Consort’s own professionals rather than New College Choir, whom King uses elsewhere.

There is one other version of the music for Queen Mary’s funeral which pays even more attention to detail. The Sixteen, on an album entitled Love’s Goddess Sure was blind (Coro COR16024), offer the three Funeral Sentences, including the first version of Thou knowest, Lord, the Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary and, later on the CD, a complete performance of the music actually performed at the funeral – Purcell’s March, Thomas Morley’s settings of I am the Resurrection, I know that my Redeemer liveth, We brought nothing into the world, Man that is born of a woman and In the midst of life, followed by Purcell’s second setting of Thou knowest, Lord and Canzona, rounded off with Morley’s I heard a voice.

To quote Bruce Wood’s Coro notes, what is usually performed, linking Purcell’s setting of Thou knowest, Lord, with the earlier Funeral Sentences is “a most uncomfortable mismatch in key, scoring and musical style, as well as liturgically incomplete!” Whilst I certainly cannot claim to be as ‘uncomfortable’ with King’s arrangement as that note implies, there is an undeniable stylistic advantage in what The Sixteen offer.

I haven’t heard Stephen Cleobury’s version of the Funeral Music with King’s College, Cambridge, Choir, which Michael Greenhalgh thought “a unique, generous and contrasted selection, a touching journey from joy to remembrance”. (EMI 3 44438 2 – see review which includes a detailed comparison with the King/Hyperion recordings.)

The Brilliant/Clare set offers the Te Deum and Jubilate, as also does a mid-price 2-CD collection from the ‘other’ place: Christ Church Cathedral Choir and the English Concert under Simon Preston (459 487-2). King’s 14:14 compares closely with Preston’s 14:08 in the Te Deum – surely, this is just about the right tempo for this piece; the faster tempo on the Clare recording (11:16) may seem more exciting in this music of praise but ultimately it has to be King or Preston here, with little to choose between them, especially as King employs another Oxford choir, from New College. The Clare recording of Jubilate also seems a little too fast at 7:12; here Preston takes 8:18 and King is slightly more expansive at 8:43 – again, I enjoyed both. If there is one other Purcell recording in my collection which I regard as inviolable alongside the Hyperion, it is this 1981 DG set. Though ADD, the recording is still very competitive. I merely quibble with the statement on one retailer’s website that much of the music on this set is otherwise not available – it is, on Hyperion.

To take a few other items from the Christ Church/Preston recording, My heart is inditing, at 15:18, is brisker than Preston’s own later recording referred to above and much faster than King’s 16:58; if I marginally prefer King to Preston’s second thoughts, I much prefer him to the earlier Preston recording. King’s version of O sing unto the Lord, which opens CD1, is also broader than and slightly preferable to Preston’s account but in They that go down to the sea (CD8) and Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem (CD1), honours are about even.

The strongest competition for the Hyperion recordings comes from New College Choir who, themselves, of course, are among the participants in the Hyperion venture. Under the ægis of Edward Higginbottom they have recorded five of Purcell’s verse anthems and a Voluntary in d minor for the CRD label (CRD3504). The anthems all receive excellent performances, which I thoroughly recommended in my February, 2009, Download Roundup along with several other New College recordings for this label.

The CRD performance of My heart is inditing is instructive: heard on its own, this interpretation makes excellent sense, with no feeling of dragging, yet Higginbottom takes 18:42 against King’s 16:58, Preston’s Christ Church version at 15:18 and his Westminster Abbey version at 16:07. It’s only by comparison with King and Preston, however, that I felt that Higginbottom could do with a little more lift.

In O sing unto the Lord Higginbottom is actually marginally faster than King (CD1) and only slightly slower in Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem (also CD1) – there’s very little to choose between the two accounts of these works. My beloved spake is a highlight of both the Higginbottom and King programmes (Hyperion CD1 yet again); once more, close comparison awards the palm by a small margin to the Hyperion. In either version, it’s a beautiful anthem, fully worthy of comparison with any other composer’s setting of music from the Song of Songs – even Monteverdi’s and Palestrina’s.

My beloved spake also features on the Brilliant/Clare recording – here again I felt that the performance was just a little too fast to bring out all the beauty of the music, though the concluding Alleluia goes with quite a dash (9:35 against Higginbottom’s 10:49 and King’s 11:23, both of which I find much more to the point).

The centre point of the CRD album is provided by the Voluntary in d minor, a very welcome addition to a CD of verse anthems and excellently played by Paul Plummer. Immediately preceding it comes Rejoice in the Lord alway, perhaps Purcell’s best-known work, since it very early acquired the nickname ‘Bell’ Anthem from the introductory instrumental passage. It’s hard to imagine a better performance than Higginbottom’s, but King runs it very close indeed – perhaps even excels it – with a slightly earlier incarnation of New College choir, very ably abetted by James Bowman, Charles Daniels and Michael George (CD5, tr.12). King’s slightly faster tempo does full justice to the work and the choristers respond to him as well as they do to their own regular director.

I must emphasise, in the case of the Christ Church/Preston and New College/Higginbottom recordings that it is only very close comparison that reveals these differences – heard on their own both recordings are thoroughly enjoyable. Even the Clare recordings are well worth hearing in their own right – some listeners may prefer the slightly faster tempi. I listened to the CRD in very adequate mp3 sound, courtesy of eMusic, not quite a match for the Hyperion, though the parent CD may well be.

A few of the devotional songs also feature on the Helios reissue of the Most Admirable Composures to which I referred at the head of the review, King and Hyperion competing with themselves three years before commencing the complete series. James Bowman sings We sing to him whose wisdom form’d the ear as the opening item on that CD and Susan Gritton performs it on CD5 of the set. How long great God? (Helios, tr.3) is also sung on CD5 (Noel Witcomb, treble, tr.3) and Bowman rounds off the Helios reissue with The Evening Hymn, also sung by Eamonn O’Dwyer, treble, on CD11, tr.9. I’ll save detailed comparisons for my forthcoming review of the Bowman reissue; suffice it to say that all three are excellently performed on the complete set and no less splendidly by Bowman.

I have, of course, concentrated on those works where I could make direct comparisons. Space doesn’t permit detailed analysis of the other contents; I merely point out that I found the performances throughout of the highest quality, the recording equally excellent and the detailed notes in the large booklet scholarly, informative and readable. The individual CDs are in cardboard slip-cases, housed in a hinged box. The documentation is very thorough, except that I had to work out the timings of the CDs myself.

At the time of writing, only Volumes 1 (CDA66585), 2 (CDA66609) and 11 (CDA66716) remain available separately from Hyperion, though one dealer is still offering Volumes 3 (CDA66623), 5 (CDA66656), 6 (CDA66663), 9 (CDA66693) and 10 (CDA66707). Some individual volumes are also available from iTunes at £7.99 in 256k mp3 sound. I can almost guarantee, however, that the purchase of any one CD from the set will tempt you to buy more – better to buy the complete set for less than the cost of 11 downloads and for about half the total price of the eleven separate CDs, even if you can still locate them individually.

The contents of each CD are very varied – take volume 5, for example, on which verse anthems and full anthems are separated from each other by smaller-scale devotional songs, the whole disc rounded off by the famous ‘Bell’ Anthem. You may not wish to listen to all 11 CDs straight through, though that is more or less what I did, with no sense of fatigue. Like Bach’s cantatas, there are no real duds here and, though I sometimes complain that the ‘Building a Library’ style of comparison exaggerates differences between performances which sound fine in their own contexts, detailed comparison with the other recordings which I’ve mentioned have almost always been in favour of these Hyperion versions.

If you really can’t bring yourself to the purchase of 11 CDs, go for the first Hyperion CD or the CRD recording. If you can run to two, buy either the 2-CD Preston set or the CRD plus Hyperion volume 2 or 5.

-- Brian Wilson, MusicWeb International
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Works on This Recording

1.
O sing unto the Lord, Z 44 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 13 Minutes 12 Secs. 
Language: English 
2.
O praise God in his holiness, Z 42 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 12 Secs. 
Language: English 
3.
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z 46 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: ?1689; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 44 Secs. 
Language: English 
4.
It is a good thing to give thanks, Z 18 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 11 Minutes 55 Secs. 
Language: English 
5.
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z 33 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 53 Secs. 
Language: English 
6.
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z 24 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 17 Secs. 
Language: English 
7.
My beloved spake, Z 28 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1678; England 
Date of Recording: 11/1991 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 11 Minutes 23 Secs. 
Language: English 
8.
Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z 5 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 02/1992 
Venue:  St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, London 
Length: 9 Minutes 36 Secs. 
Language: English 
9.
Behold, now praise the Lord, Z 3 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 02/1992 
Venue:  St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, London 
Length: 5 Minutes 55 Secs. 
Language: English 
10.
I will give thanks unto Thee, O Lord, Z 20 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 02/1992 
Venue:  St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, London 
Length: 11 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: English 
11.
My song shall be alway, Z 31 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: ?1690; England 
Date of Recording: 02/1992 
Venue:  St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, London 
Length: 14 Minutes 42 Secs. 
Language: English 
12.
Te Deum and Jubilate in D major, Z 232 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1694; England 
Date of Recording: 02/1992 
Venue:  St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, London 
Length: 8 Minutes 43 Secs. 
Language: English 
13.
Blow up the trumpet in Sion, Z 10 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 29 Secs. 
Language: English 
14.
The Lord is King, be the people never so impatient, Z 53 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1690; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 52 Secs. 
Language: English 
15.
Begin the song and strike the living lyre, Z 183 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 11 Secs. 
Language: English 
16.
Thy word is a lantern unto my feet, Z 61 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 55 Secs. 
Language: English 
17.
Tell me, some pitying angel, Z 196 "Blessed Virgin's Expostulation" by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Lynne Dawson (Soprano)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 38 Secs. 
Language: English 
18.
Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z 15 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 18 Secs. 
Language: English 
19.
Lord I can suffer thy rebukes, Z 136 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 35 Secs. 
Language: English 
20.
O Lord our governor, Z 39 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 10 Minutes 0 Secs. 
Language: English 
21.
Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z 50 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 29 Secs. 
Language: English 
22.
Hosanna to the highest, Z 187 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Charles Daniels (Tenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: English 
23.
O God, thou hast cast us out, Z 36 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Charles Daniels (Tenor), Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 08/1992 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 5 Secs. 
Language: English 
24.
Behold, I bring you glad tidings, Z 2 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1687; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 10 Minutes 55 Secs. 
Language: English 
25.
Since God so tender a regard, Z 143 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 30 Secs. 
Language: English 
26.
Early, O Lord, my fainting soul, Z 132 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 42 Secs. 
Language: English 
27.
Sleep, Adam, sleep and take thy rest, Z 195 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1683; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 1 Minutes 50 Secs. 
Language: English 
28.
Awake, awake ye dead, Z 182 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Robert Evans (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 13 Secs. 
Language: English 
29.
The earth trembled, Z 197 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Nicolas Witcomb (Treble)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 11 Secs. 
Language: English 
30.
The way of God is an undefiled way, Z 56 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1694; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 23 Secs. 
Language: English 
31.
Lord, not to us but to thy name, Z 137 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Rogers Covey-Crump (Countertenor), Charles Daniels (Tenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 0 Minutes 58 Secs. 
Language: English 
32.
Lord, what is man?, Z 192 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 6 Minutes 18 Secs. 
Language: English 
33.
Sing unto God, Z 52 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1687; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 50 Secs. 
Language: English 
34.
O all ye people, clap your hands, Z 138 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 31 Secs. 
Language: English 
35.
My heart is inditing, Z 30 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 16 Minutes 58 Secs. 
Language: English 
36.
Oh Lord, rebuke me not, Z 40 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 18 Secs. 
Language: English 
37.
With sick and famish'd eyes, Z 200 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Charles Daniels (Tenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 22 Secs. 
Language: English 
38.
How long, great God, Z 189 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Nicolas Witcomb (Treble)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 48 Secs. 
Language: English 
39.
Awake and with attention hear, Z 181 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 12 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: English 
40.
O God, thou art my God, Z 35 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 38 Secs. 
Language: English 
41.
We sing to Him whose wisdom form'd the ear, Z 199 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano), Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 1 Minutes 27 Secs. 
Language: English 
42.
Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, Z 47 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 10 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: English 
43.
O, I'm sick of life, Z 140 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Charles Daniels (Tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (Countertenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 16 Secs. 
Language: English 
44.
O God, the king of glory, Z 34 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 0 Secs. 
Language: English 
45.
Let the night perish, Z 191 "Job's Curse" by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano), Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 26 Secs. 
Language: English 
46.
When on my sick bed I languish, Z 144 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: English 
47.
Rejoice in the Lord Alway, Z 49 "Bell Anthem" by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: English 
48.
Why do the heathen so furiously rage together? Z 65 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 10 Minutes 47 Secs. 
Language: English 
49.
Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth? Z 26 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1677; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 15 Secs. 
Language: English 
50.
O Lord, grant the king a long life, Z 38 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 9 Secs. 
Language: English 
51.
Hear me, o Lord, the great support, Z 133 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 47 Secs. 
Language: English 
52.
Thou wakeful shepherd, Z 198 "Morning Hymn" by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Nicolas Witcomb (Treble)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 54 Secs. 
Language: English 
53.
Who hath believed our reports?, Z 64 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1679-1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 27 Secs. 
Language: English 
54.
I will love thee oh Lord, Z 67 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 6 Minutes 5 Secs. 
Language: English 
55.
Great God and just, Z 186 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 54 Secs. 
Language: English 
56.
Plung'd in the confines of despair, Z 142 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Charles Daniels (Tenor), Paul Agnew (Tenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 41 Secs. 
Language: English 
57.
O praise the Lord, all ye heathen, Z 43 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1681; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 57 Secs. 
Language: English 
58.
My heart is fixed, O God, Z 29 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682-1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1992-93 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 31 Secs. 
Language: English 
59.
I was glad when they said unto me, O Lord by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 3 Secs. 
Language: English 
60.
O consider my adversity, Z 32 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 25 Secs. 
Language: English 
61.
Beati omnes qui timent Dominum, Z 131 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass), Eamonn O'Dwyer (Treble), Rogers Covey-Crump (Countertenor),
Mark Kennedy (Treble)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 29 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
62.
I was glad when they said unto me, O Lord, Z 19 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort,  Oxford New College Choir
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1682-1683; England 
Date of Recording: 04/1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 2 Secs. 
Language: English 
63.
In the black dismal dungeon of despair, Z 190 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 32 Secs. 
Language: English 
64.
Save me, O God, Z 51 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1681; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 44 Secs. 
Language: English 
65.
Morning and Evening Service in B flat major, Z 230: Te Deum by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 44 Secs. 
Language: English 
66.
Morning and Evening Service in B flat major, Z 230: Jubilate by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: English 
67.
Thy way, O God, is holy, Z 60 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1687; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 13 Secs. 
Language: English 
68.
Drum processional by Traditional
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 1 Minutes 53 Secs. 
69.
March and Canzona in C minor, Z 860: March by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1692; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 1 Minutes 29 Secs. 
70.
Man that is born of a woman, Z 27 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 15 Secs. 
Language: English 
71.
In the midst of life, Z 17b by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 7 Secs. 
Language: English 
72.
Thou know'st, Lord, the secrets of our hearts, Z 58b by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1683; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 53 Secs. 
Language: English 
73.
Thou know'st, Lord, the secrets of our hearts, Z 58c by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1695; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 16 Secs. 
Language: English 
74.
March and Canzona in C minor, Z 860: Canzona by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1692; England 
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 40 Secs. 
75.
Drum recessional by Traditional
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Date of Recording: 1993 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 1 Secs. 
76.
In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust, Z 16 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1682 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 11 Minutes 50 Secs. 
Language: English 
77.
Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, Z 9 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 6 Minutes 23 Secs. 
Language: English 
78.
Morning and Evening Service in B flat major, Z 230: Benedicite by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 28 Secs. 
Language: English 
79.
Jehova, quam multi sunt, Z 135 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 6 Minutes 26 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
80.
Full of wrath his threatening breath, Z 185 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Charles Daniels (Tenor)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 2 Minutes 46 Secs. 
Language: English 
81.
Bow down thine ear, O Lord, Z 11 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 35 Secs. 
Language: English 
82.
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z 231 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 7 Secs. 
Language: English 
83.
Be merciful onto me, Z 4 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1683; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 7 Minutes 10 Secs. 
Language: English 
84.
They that go down to the sea in ships, Z 57 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1685; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 10 Secs. 
Language: English 
85.
The Lord is my light, Z 55 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 10 Minutes 41 Secs. 
Language: English 
Notes: Composition written: England (Circa 1682 - Circa 1685). 
86.
The Lord is king, the earth may be glad, Z 54 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 21 Secs. 
Language: English 
87.
Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven, Z 8 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 8 Minutes 38 Secs. 
Language: English 
Notes: Composition written: England (Circa 1680 - Circa 1682). 
88.
O Lord God of hosts, Z 37 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1680-1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 55 Secs. 
Language: English 
89.
Let God arise, Z 23 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 10 Secs. 
Language: English 
90.
Morning and Evening Service in B flat major, Z 230: Cantate Domino by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 26 Secs. 
Language: English 
91.
Morning and Evening Service in B flat major, Z 230: Deus miserator by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1682; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 42 Secs. 
Language: English 
92.
Blessed be the Lord my strength, Z 6 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 5 Minutes 5 Secs. 
Language: English 
93.
O Lord our governor, Z 141 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Mark Kennedy (Treble), Michael George (Bass), Mark Padmore (Tenor),
Eamonn O'Dwyer (Treble)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1680; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 4 Minutes 33 Secs. 
Language: English 
94.
In guilty night, Z 134 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano), Rogers Covey-Crump (Tenor), Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1693; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 13 Secs. 
Language: English 
95.
I will give thanks unto the Lord, Z 21 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1684; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 9 Minutes 53 Secs. 
Language: English 
96.
I will sing unto the Lord, Z 22 by Henry Purcell
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1679; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 5 Secs. 
Language: English 
97.
How have I strayed, Z 188 by Henry Purcell
Performer:  Susan Gritton (Soprano), Michael George (Bass)
Conductor:  Robert King
Orchestra/Ensemble:  King's Consort
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1688; England 
Date of Recording: 1993-94 
Venue:  St. Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, England 
Length: 3 Minutes 50 Secs. 
Language: English 

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