Georg Caspar Wecker
Johann Erasmus Kindermann (1616-1655): Harmonia organica (1645) Praeambulum VI in C; VII in g; VIII in A; IX in B flat; X in C. Tibor Pinter plays on the sam...
Henry Purcell - Funeral of Queen Mary
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Henry Purcell
Production of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas by Sasha Waltz and the Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin in 2005.
Henry Purcell
La muerte de Dido en la voz de Alison Moyet.
Henry Purcell - King Arthur-Cold Song
Nomi sings the air of the cold genius from Purcell's King Arthur
Henry Purcell - O God...
Choir of Clare College Cambridge singing Purcell.
Henry Purcell - Since the Toils
An Aria from Purcell's Dioclesian. Featuring Countertenor Ian Howell with the Choir of Trinity Wall St. New York and Rebel Baroque Orchestra.
Henry Purcell - King Arthur (opera)
King Arthur and the drunken peasants Henry Purcell - King Arthur, Opera performed by ars cantata zurich, 26th January 2002 Pauluskirche, Zurich Switzerland F...
Henry Purcell - Dido's Lament
Emma Kirkby sings Dido's lament When I am laid in earth from Henry Purcell's opera Dido and Aeneas in a performance given in York on 7 July 2007. The Yor...
Henry Purcell - Dido and Aeneas
Production of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas by Sasha Waltz and the Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin in 2005.
Henry Purcell - O God...
Choir of Clare College Cambridge singing Purcell.
Henry Purcell - King Arthur
King Arthur and the drunken peasants Henry Purcell - King Arthur, Opera performed by ars cantata zurich, 26th January 2002 Pauluskirche, Zurich Switzerland F...
John Dawnay, 1st Viscount Downe
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Peter Gooden
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Philip Aranda
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Alexander IV of Imereti
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Richard Busby
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Christian Albert, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp
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Jacob Dissius
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Anselm Franz von Ingelheim (Archbishop of Mainz)
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William Oakeley
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Matsudaira Yorishige
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Thomas Tew
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Abraham Hinckelmann
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John Cochrane of Ochiltree
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George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax
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Arthur Rawdon
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