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Eccles: The Judgment of Paris/ Three Mad Songs

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CHAN 0759
 
Eccles: The Judgment of Paris/ Three Mad Songs
Release Date: April 2009
Originally recorded in 2008
Composer (c. 1668-1735)
John Eccles
Solo baritone - Mercury
Roderick Williams
Solo tenor - Paris
Benjamin Hulett
Solo mezzo-soprano - Juno
Susan Bickley
Solo soprano - Pallas
Claire Booth
Solo soprano - Venus
Lucy Crowe
Choral
Chorus of Early Opera Company
Conductor
Christian Curnyn
Venue
All Saints Church, East Finchley, London
Producer
Nicholas Anderson
Engineer
Jonathan Cooper
Engineer (Assistant)
Paul Quilter
Genre:
Early Music
Opera

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JOHN ECCLES

(c. 1668-1735)
first complete recording

The Judgment of Paris

49:37
or the Prize Music
A Masque
First performed at Dorset Gardens on 21 March 1701
Published by John Walsh and John Hare (1702)
Symphony for Mercury
1.
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1:21
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2:17
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Slow -
1:46
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Brisk
0:56
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Mercury: 'From high Olympus, and the Realms above'
3:26
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Paris: 'O Ravishing Delight!'
2:37
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Mercury: 'Fear not, Mortal: none shall harm thee'
1:28
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Mercury: 'Happy thou of Human Race'
1:51
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Symphony for Juno -
3:45
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Juno: 'Saturnia, Wife of Thundring Jove, am I'
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Symphony for Pallas -
2:27
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Pallas: 'This way, Mortal, bend thy Eyes'
11.
Symphony for Venus -
4:07
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Venus: 'Hither turn thee, gentle Swain'
12.
Venus, Pallas, Juno: 'Hither turn thee, gentle Swain'
1:52
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Paris: 'Distracted I turn, but I cannot decide'
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Total time: 3:31
15.
Pallas: 'Awake, awake, they Spirits raise'
1:13
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Pallas: 'Hark, hark! the glorious Voice of War…'
1:16
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Pallas: 'Oh what Joys does Conquest yield!'
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Chorus: 'O how glorius 'tis to see…'
1:10
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Symphony
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Venus: 'Stay, lovely Youth, delay thy Choice'
2:59
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Venus: 'Nature fram'd thee sure for Loving'
3:48
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Paris: 'I yield, I yield, O take the Prize'
1:10
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Grand Chorus: 'Hither all ye Graces, all ye Loves'
1:43
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Solo: Roderick Williams baritone - Mercury
Solo: Benjamin Hulett tenor - Paris
Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano - Juno
Solo: Claire Booth soprano - Pallas
Solo: Lucy Crowe soprano - Venus

Three Mad Songs

12:23
from A Collection of Songs published by John Walsh and John Hare (1704)
24.
'Restless in Tought disturb'd in Mind'
4:12
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Solo: Lucy Crowe soprano
25.
'Love's but the frailty of the Mind'
4:34
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Solo: Claire Booth soprano
26.
'I Burn, I burn, my Brain consumes to Ashes'
3:26
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Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano
Total time: 62:14
Conductor: Christian Curnyn
22 and 23 July 2008

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JOHN ECCLES

(c. 1668-1735)
first complete recording

The Judgment of Paris

49:37
or the Prize Music
A Masque
First performed at Dorset Gardens on 21 March 1701
Published by John Walsh and John Hare (1702)
Symphony for Mercury
1.
[ ] -
1:21
2.
[ ] -
2:17
3.
Slow -
1:46
4.
Brisk
0:56
5.
Mercury: 'From high Olympus, and the Realms above'
3:26
6.
Paris: 'O Ravishing Delight!'
2:37
7.
Mercury: 'Fear not, Mortal: none shall harm thee'
1:28
8.
Mercury: 'Happy thou of Human Race'
1:51
9.
Symphony for Juno -
3:45
Juno: 'Saturnia, Wife of Thundring Jove, am I'
10.
Symphony for Pallas -
2:27
Pallas: 'This way, Mortal, bend thy Eyes'
11.
Symphony for Venus -
4:07
Venus: 'Hither turn thee, gentle Swain'
12.
Venus, Pallas, Juno: 'Hither turn thee, gentle Swain'
1:52
13.
Paris: 'Distracted I turn, but I cannot decide'
2:28
14.
Symphony -
3:31
Total time: 3:31
15.
Pallas: 'Awake, awake, they Spirits raise'
1:13
16.
Pallas: 'Hark, hark! the glorious Voice of War…'
1:16
17.
Pallas: 'Oh what Joys does Conquest yield!'
1:05
18.
Chorus: 'O how glorius 'tis to see…'
1:10
19.
Symphony
1:17
20.
Venus: 'Stay, lovely Youth, delay thy Choice'
2:59
21.
Venus: 'Nature fram'd thee sure for Loving'
3:48
22.
Paris: 'I yield, I yield, O take the Prize'
1:10
23.
Grand Chorus: 'Hither all ye Graces, all ye Loves'
1:43
Solo: Roderick Williams baritone - Mercury
Solo: Benjamin Hulett tenor - Paris
Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano - Juno
Solo: Claire Booth soprano - Pallas
Solo: Lucy Crowe soprano - Venus

Three Mad Songs

12:23
from A Collection of Songs published by John Walsh and John Hare (1704)
24.
'Restless in Tought disturb'd in Mind'
4:12
Solo: Lucy Crowe soprano
25.
'Love's but the frailty of the Mind'
4:34
Solo: Claire Booth soprano
26.
'I Burn, I burn, my Brain consumes to Ashes'
3:26
Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano
Total time: 62:14
Conductor: Christian Curnyn
22 and 23 July 2008




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