Henry Purcell: Duets, Dialogues and Trios, edited by Ian Spink (Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22B)

Purcell Society Edition Volume 22B contains the following works by Purcell:

DUETS

A grasshopper and a fly (Z. 481)

Above the tumults of a busy state (Z. 480)

Alas, how barbarous are we (Z. 482)

Come, dear companions of th’ Arcadian fields (Z. 483)

Come lay by all care (Z. 484)

Dulcibella, whene’er I sue for a kiss (Z. 485)

Fair Cloe my breast so alarms (Z. 486)

Fill the bowl with rosy wine (Z. 487)

Go tell Aminta, gentle swain (Z. 489)

Here’s to thee, Dick (Z. 493)

How sweet is the air and refreshing (Z. 495)

In some kind dream (Z. 497)

I saw fair Chloris all alone (Z. 498)

I spy Celia, Celia eyes me (Z. 499)

Julia, your unjust disdain (Z. 500)

Let Hector, Achilles, and each brave commander (Z. 501)

Lost is my quiet forever (Z. 502)

Nestor, who did to thrice man’s age attain (Z. 503)

O dive custos (Z. 504)

Oft am I by the women told (Z. 505)

Saccharissa’s grown old, and almost past sport (Z. 507)

Sylvia, thou brighter eye of night (Z. 511)

Though my mistress be fair (Z. 514)

Underneath this myrtle shade (Z. 516)

Were I to choose the greatest bliss (Z. 517)

When gay Philander left the plain (Z. 519)

When, lovely Phyllis, thou art kind (Z. 520)

When Myra sings (Z. 521)

When Teucer from his father fled (Z. 522)

While bolts and bars my day control (Z. 523)

DIALOGUES

Has yet your breast no pity learn’d?  (Z. 491)

Haste, haste gentle Charon  (Z. 490)

Hence, fond deceiver, hence begone!  (Z. 492)

Sit down, my dear Sylvia  (Z. 509)

While you for me alone had charms  (Z. 524)

Why, my Daphne, why complaining  (Z. 525)

TRIOS

‘Tis wine was made to rule the day  (Z. 546)

When the cock begins to crow  (Z. D172)

APPENDIX

A poor blind woman (Z. D171)

In all our Cynthia’s shining sphere (Z. 496)

To this place we’re now come  (Z.  N526)

What can we poor females do?  (Z. 518)

Publisher: Novello & Co.

Publication date: 2007

The edition is available to purchase in paperback and hardback. For further information, please contact Novello & Co.

This edition, together with Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22A, supersedes the original Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22, Catches, rounds, two-part and three-part songs, edited by W. Barclay Squire and J.A. Fuller-Maitland and published by Novello & Co. in 1922.