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J. Dowland (1563-1626) - The First Book of Songs (1597)

  • If my complaints could passions move
  • Can she excuse my wrongs?
  • Dear, if you change
  • Go, crystal tears
  • Come again, sweet love doth now invite
  • Awake, sweet love, thou art returned

J. Dowland (1563-1626) - The Second Book of Songs (1600)

  • Flow, my tears
  • I saw my lady weep
  • Fine knacks for ladies

H. Purcell (1659-1695)

  • Nymphs and Shepherds
  • From rosy bow´rs
  • If music be the food of love
  • O solitude
  • Sweeter than roses
  • The Plaint: O let me weep
  • Music for a while

P. Warlock (1894-1930) - Bright is the ring of words (To the memory of a great singer)

P. Warlock (1894-1930) - Lillygay

  • The distracted maiden
  • Johnnie wi´the tye
  • The shoemaker
  • Burd Ellen and young Tamlane
  • Rantum Tantum

S. Barber (1910-1981) - Three Songs, op.10

  • Rain has fallen
  • Sleep now
  • I hear an army

S. Barber (1910-1981) - Four Songs, op.13

  • A nun takes the veil
  • The secrets of the old
  • Sure on this shining night
  • Nocturne

B. Britten (1913-1976) - The Red Cockatoo & Other Songs

  • A poison tree
  • Not even summer yet
  • The red cockatoo
  • Cradle song for Eleanor

A. Copland (1990-1990) - Old American Songs

  • Nature, the gentlest mother
  • Why do they shut me out of Heaven?
  • The world feels dusty
  • Heart, we will forget him
  • Dear March, come in!
  • Going to Heaven