The University of Mississippi Department of Music
Faculty/Guest Recital


Thomas A. Gregg, voice and recorder
David Cantrell, voice and recorder
Gilbert Ritchie, recorder
Susan Marchant, viola da gamba

with guest artists:
David Warren Steel, harpsichord
Ronald F. Vernon, recorder

In Memoriam Henry Purcell (1659-95)

Symphony: How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove Henry Purcell
Two Duets
Let the fifes and the clarions (The Fairy Queen)
Sing ye Druids (Bonduca)
Henry Purcell
Three Songs for Countertenor
Here the deities approve (Welcome to all the Pleasures)
One charming night (The Fairy Queen)
Music for a while (Oedipus)
Henry Purcell
Three Songs for Tenor
The bashful Thames (Yorkshire Feast Song)
An Evening Hymn (Harmonia Sacra)
If music be the food of Love
Henry Purcell
Two Duets
In vain the am'rous flute (Ode on St. Cecilia's Day)
Sound the trumpet (Come ye sons of Art)
Henry Purcell


Fantazia: Three parts on a ground Henry Purcell
Ode on the Death of Henry Purcell (Dryden)
Duet: Mark how the lark and linnet sing
Solo: So ceas'd the rival crew when Purcell came
Solo: The pow'r of Harmony too well they know
Duet: The heav'nly choir who heard his notes
John Blow

Meek Hall Auditorium
The University of Mississippi
January 16, 1996
Tuesday, 8:00 pm
Tuscaloosa Unitarian Church
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
January 28, 1996
Sunday, 4:00 pm

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