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The Harmonious Harpsichord


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The Harmonious Harpsichord
Popular favourites played by Graham Barber


Sample from track 10




 1.  William Byrd (c.1539- 1623)
2.  Anon. English 16/17C
3.  Anon. 16/17C
4.  Orlando Gibbons (1583 - 1625)
5.  Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

Will yow walke the woodes so wylde?                         
Why aske youe?                                                               
Engelendlsche Nochtigall (English Nightingale)         
A Ground                                                                         
Rondeau (from Abdelazar)                                            
A New Irish Tune (Lllllbulero)                                      

7.  Johann Kaspar Kerll (1627 - 1693) Capricclo sopro // Cucu (Capricclo on the Cuckoo)    
8.  George Frederic Handel (1685 - 1759) Air and Variations (known as the Harmonious            
Blacksmith), from Suite No.5 In E ma)or, HWV 430
Air from the Water Music, HWV 464                            
Two Gigues from the Water Music                            
G minor Suite, HWV 350)
11. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) From the Well Tempered Clavier, Book 1, Prelude   
and Fugue (BWV 846)                                                    
13. Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 - 1764)
14. Domenlco Scarlatti (1685 - 1757)
15. Jose Antfinlo Carlos de Selxas (1704 - 1742)
16. Alec Templeton (1909/10? - 1963)
La Poule (The Hen)                                                         
Fugue In G minor Kp. 30 ('The Cat Fugue')                
Sonata In A major                                                            
Bach Goes to Town (Prelude and                                
Fugue In Swing)                                                               

Total Playing Time:    49:06
Recorded on 14 April, 2009: Recording Engineer KERRY ANNE KUBISA; Harpsichord preparation ALEX TEMPLE
Cover illustration: A Woman playing a harpsichord, another singing and a Man playing a Violin, by Jacob Ochtervelt, 1634 - 1682, ffl The National Gallery, 2009

This recording is a product of Graham Barber's NCSTA Fellowship 2006 - 2009
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