Lost Is My Quiet - Adrian Butterfield (violin); Christopher Jackson (harpsichord); Christopher Jackson (organ); Daniel Taylor (counter tenor); H?l?ne Plouffe (violin); Margaret Little (viola); Matthias Maute (recorder); Nancy Argenta (soprano); Nigel North (lute)

Track Listing
  1. The Fairy Queen, semi-opera, Z. 629: One Charming Night
  2. Lovely Salina, innocent and free
  3. Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, incidental music: My Dearest, My Fairest
  4. The Mad Lover, incidental music: As Cupid Rouguishly One Day
  5. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Overture
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  1. The Fairy Queen, semi-opera, Z. 629: One Charming Night
  2. Lovely Salina, innocent and free
  3. Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, incidental music: My Dearest, My Fairest
  4. The Mad Lover, incidental music: As Cupid Rouguishly One Day
  5. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Overture
  6. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Saraband
  7. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Hornpipe
  8. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Scotch Tune
  9. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Air
  10. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Minuet
  11. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Hornpipe
  12. Amphitryon, or, the Two Sosias, incidental music, Z. 572: Borree
  13. Come ye sons of art away (Birthday ode for Queen Mary), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 323: Strike the Viol
  14. Lost is my quiet forever, song, Z. 502
  15. Oh Harmony, to Thee Which We Sing, Ode for St. Cecilia's Day: See the Forsaken Fair With Streaming Eyes
  16. The Virtuous Wife, or, Good Luck at Last, incidental music, Z. 611
  17. I Burn, My Brain Consumes to Ashes
  18. Welcome to all the pleasures (An Ode for St. Cecilia's Day), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 339: Here the Deities Approve
  19. Oh! that mine eyes would melt into a flood
  20. Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, semi-opera, Z. 627: Since From My Dear Astrea's Sight
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