An Excess of Pleasure
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Label: Linn
Designation: Linn Records - #10
Release Date: 01 January, 1996
Works performed by Palladian Ensemble: William Carter, S. Heinrich, Rachel Podger, Pamela Thorby.
  1. Aria sopra la Bergamasca, by Marco Uccellini
  2. Aria spagnuola a due corde (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  3. Diverse bizzarie Sopra la Vecchia Sarabanda o pur Ciaccona (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  4. 6 in D major (from Broken Consort) Pavan, by Matthew Locke
  5. 6 in D major (from Broken Consort) Ayre, by Matthew Locke
  6. 3 in D minor/ major (from Compositions for Broken and Whole Consorts of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Parts, 1672) Galliard, by Matthew Locke
  7. 6 in D major (from Broken Consort) Ayre, by Matthew Locke
  8. 6 in D major (from Broken Consort) Saraband, by Matthew Locke
  9. Divisions on John Come Kiss Me Now, by Christopher Simpson
  10. Sonata in A Slow, by John Blow
  11. Sonata in A (untitled), by John Blow
  12. Sonata in A Brisk, by John Blow
  13. Work [Unspecified] Sonata, by Biagio Marini
  14. Ciacona, by Anon
  15. Auld Bob Morrice, air with variations for solo instrument & continuo (from A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick, 1749), by Francesco Geminiani
  16. Lady Ann Brothwell's Lament, air with variations for solo instrument & continuo (from A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick,, by Francesco Geminiani
  17. Sleepy Body, air with variations for solo instrument & continuo (from A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick, 1749), by Francesco Geminiani
  18. Adamento con divisione (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  19. Aria (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  20. Grave (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  21. Ground in D, la sol re per fa la mano (from Ayres for the Violin), by Nicola Matteis
  22. Work Two in one upon a ground, by Henry Purcell
  23. Bizzarie all'imor Scozzeze (Ground after the Scotch Humour), by Nicola Matteis