Tuesdays, July 16 & 23, 2:30 PM 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Carmel
 

Virginia Warnken Kelsey, mezzo-soprano; Andrew Fuchs, tenor; Jonathan Woody, bass-baritone; Stephen Bard, oboe; Edwin Huizinga and Adriane Post, violin; Sarah Darling, viola; Paul Dwyer, cello; Dan Swenberg, guitar and lute; Dongsok Shin, harpsichord

 

The First Musick:

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)        Curtain Tune (from Timon’s of Athens)

Rondeau Minuet, Aire, Jigg (from the Gordion Knot Unty’d)

 

The Tempest:

Matthew Locke (c.1621-1677)  Curtain Tune

James Hart (1647-1718)             Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love [VWK}

Mathew Locke                         Rutick Air

Henry Purcell                           Dear Pretty Youth {VWK]

 

The Fairy Queen:

Come all ye Songsters [AF]

                                                            Prelude

One Charming Night {VWK]

                                                            Hush, no more [JW]

                                                            Dance for the Followers of Night

The Second Musick:

Slow Aire (the Distressed Innocence) & Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau)

 

The Judgments of Paris:

Daniel Purcell (1664-1717)       Mercury’s aria: From Olympus, I come  [JW]

John Eccles (1668-1735)                       Symphony & Venus’ aria:  Nature framed thee sure for loving [VWK]

Daniel Purcell                           Paris’ aria: I yield, take the Prize [AF]

 

The Third Musick:

Henry Purcell                           Rondeau Hornpipe (Abdelazar)

 

King Arthur:

Henry Purcell                           Chaconne: How Happy the Lover [AF] —

                                                For Love, every Creature is formed by his Nature {JW, VKW… tutti]

                                               

The First Musick:

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)        Curtain Tune (from Timon’s of Athens)

Rondeau Minuet, Aire, Jigg (from the Gordion Knot Unty’d)

 

The Tempest:

Matthew Locke (c.1621-1677)  Curtain Tune

James Hart (1647-1718)             Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love [VWK}

Mathew Locke                         Rutick Air

Henry Purcell                           Dear Pretty Youth {VWK]

 

The Fairy Queen:

Come all ye Songsters [AF]

                                                            Prelude

One Charming Night {VWK]

                                                            Hush, no more [JW]

                                                            Dance for the Followers of Night

The Second Musick:

Slow Aire (the Distressed Innocence) & Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau)

 

The Judgments of Paris:

Daniel Purcell (1664-1717)       Mercury’s aria: From Olympus, I come  [JW]

John Eccles (1668-1735)                       Symphony & Venus’ aria:  Nature framed thee sure for loving [VWK]

Daniel Purcell                           Paris’ aria: I yield, take the Prize [AF]

 

The Third Musick:

Henry Purcell                           Rondeau Hornpipe (Abdelazar)

 

King Arthur:

Henry Purcell                           Chaconne: How Happy the Lover [AF] —

                                                For Love, every Creature is formed by his Nature {JW, VKW… tutti]

                                               

The First Musick:

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)        Curtain Tune (from Timon’s of Athens)

Rondeau Minuet, Aire, Jigg (from the Gordion Knot Unty’d)

 

The Tempest:

Matthew Locke (c.1621-1677)  Curtain Tune

James Hart (1647-1718)             Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love [VWK}

Mathew Locke                         Rutick Air

Henry Purcell                           Dear Pretty Youth {VWK]

 

The Fairy Queen:

Come all ye Songsters [AF]

                                                            Prelude

One Charming Night {VWK]

                                                            Hush, no more [JW]

                                                            Dance for the Followers of Night

The Second Musick:

Slow Aire (the Distressed Innocence) & Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau)

 

The Judgments of Paris:

Daniel Purcell (1664-1717)       Mercury’s aria: From Olympus, I come  [JW]

John Eccles (1668-1735)                       Symphony & Venus’ aria:  Nature framed thee sure for loving [VWK]

Daniel Purcell                           Paris’ aria: I yield, take the Prize [AF]

 

The Third Musick:

Henry Purcell                           Rondeau Hornpipe (Abdelazar)

 

King Arthur:

Henry Purcell                           Chaconne: How Happy the Lover [AF] —

                                                For Love, every Creature is formed by his Nature {JW, VKW… tutti]

                                               

The First Musick:

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)        Curtain Tune (from Timon’s of Athens)

Rondeau Minuet, Aire, Jigg (from the Gordion Knot Unty’d)

 

The Tempest:

Matthew Locke (c.1621-1677)  Curtain Tune

James Hart (1647-1718)             Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love [VWK}

Mathew Locke                         Rutick Air

Henry Purcell                           Dear Pretty Youth {VWK]

 

The Fairy Queen:

Come all ye Songsters [AF]

                                                            Prelude

One Charming Night {VWK]

                                                            Hush, no more [JW]

                                                            Dance for the Followers of Night

The Second Musick:

Slow Aire (the Distressed Innocence) & Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau)

 

The Judgments of Paris:

Daniel Purcell (1664-1717)       Mercury’s aria: From Olympus, I come  [JW]

John Eccles (1668-1735)                       Symphony & Venus’ aria:  Nature framed thee sure for loving [VWK]

Daniel Purcell                           Paris’ aria: I yield, take the Prize [AF]

 

The Third Musick:

Henry Purcell                           Rondeau Hornpipe (Abdelazar)

 

King Arthur:

Henry Purcell                           Chaconne: How Happy the Lover [AF] —

                                                For Love, every Creature is formed by his Nature {JW, VKW… tutti]

                                               

The First Musick:
Henry Purcell        Curtain Tune (from Timon’s of Athens) – Rondeau Minuet, Aire, Jigg (from the Gordion Knot Unty’d)
(1659-1695) 

The Tempest:

  • Matthew Locke, Curtain Tune
    (c.1621-1677)
  • James Hart, Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love
    (1647-1718)
  • Mathew Locke, Rutick Air
    (c.1621-1677)
  • Henry Purcell, Dear Pretty Youth
    (1659-1695) 

The Fairy Queen:

  • Come all ye Songsters 
  • Prelude
  • One Charming Night 
  • Hush, no more 
  • Dance for the Followers of Night

The Second Musick:

Slow Aire (the Distressed Innocence) & Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau)

The Judgments of Paris:

  • Daniel Purcell, Mercury’s aria: From Olympus, I come
    (1664-1717)      
  • John Eccles, Symphony & Venus’ aria:  Nature framed thee sure for loving
    (1668-1735)  
  • Daniel Purcell, Paris’ aria: I yield, take the Prize
    (1664-1717)  

The Third Musick:

Henry Purcell, Rondeau Hornpipe (Abdelazar)

King Arthur:

Henry Purcell, Chaconne: How Happy the Lover

                                                    For Love, every Creature is formed by his Nature