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Angels Hide Their Faces: Dawn Upshaw Sings Bach and Purcell - Arthur Haas (harpsichord); Arthur Haas (organ); Dawn Upshaw (soprano); John Feeney (bass); Krista Bennion Feeney (violin);...
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  1. Music for a While (from "Oedipus"), song, Z. 583/2
  2. The Indian Queen, semi-opera, Z. 630: I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly
  3. Tyrannic Love, or, the Royal Martyr, incidental music, Z. 613: Ah! How Sweet It Is To Love
  4. Lord, what is man?, sacred song for soprano & continuo, Z. 192
  5. The Fairy Queen, semi-opera, Z. 629: Hark! How All Things
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  1. Music for a While (from "Oedipus"), song, Z. 583/2
  2. The Indian Queen, semi-opera, Z. 630: I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly
  3. Tyrannic Love, or, the Royal Martyr, incidental music, Z. 613: Ah! How Sweet It Is To Love
  4. Lord, what is man?, sacred song for soprano & continuo, Z. 192
  5. The Fairy Queen, semi-opera, Z. 629: Hark! How All Things
  6. Cantata No. 199, "Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut," BWV 199 (BC A120)
  7. If music be the food of love, song, Z. 379 (3 settings)
  8. Tell me, some pitying angel, (The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation), sacred song, for soprano & continuo, Z. 196
  9. Now that the sun hath veiled his light, sacred song for soprano & continuo ("An Evening Hymn"), Z. 193
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Angels Hide Their Faces: Dawn Upshaw Sings Bach and Purcell 2001, Nonesuch

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