Incidental music. Part 1, Plays A-F
by Eccles, John, -1735,
|Format:||Music Score 2015|
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John Eccles wrote incidental music for more than seventy plays, writing songs that fit perfectly within their dramatic contexts and that offered carefully tailored vehicles for his singers¿ talents while remaining highly accessible in tone. This edition includes music composed by Eccles for plays beginning with the letters A¿F. http://www.areditions.com/eccles-incidental-music-part-1-b190.html
ContentsAdventures of five hours / Samuel Tuke ; songs by John Banister (1671) and John Eccles (ca. 1699). Can Luciamira so mistake / John Banister ; How long I've loved you ; I loved and am beloved again
Alphonso, King of Naples / George Powell ; songs by John Eagles [Eccles?] and James Hart (1690 or 1691). When Sylvia was kind ; Long time, alas! / James Hart
Altemira / Charles Boyle ; song by John Eccles (1701). As Cupid roguishly one day
The ambitious slave, or, A generous revenge / Elkanah Settle ; song by John Eccles (1694). Why should the world mistake
As you find it / Charles Boyle ; instrumental music by William Corbett ; songs by John Eccles (1703). Instrumental music ; He that has whom he loved possessed
Aureng-Zebe / John Dryden ; songs by Henry Purcell and John Eccles (ca. 1694). She heard the summons
The beau defeated, or, The lucky younger brother / Mary Pix ; songs by John Eccles (1700). Delia tired Strephon with her flame ; Relieve, the fair Belinda said
The biter / Nicholas Rowe ; songs by John Eccles (1704). Chloe blushed and frowned and swore ; Iris, I have long in vain ; Silly swain, give o'er thy wooing ; Maenis underneath this shade
The chances / George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham ; song by John Eccles (1692). Wasted with sighs
The city bride, or, The merry cuckold / Joseph Harris ; instrumental music by Gottfried Finger (lost) ; songs by Giovanni Battista Draghi (lost), anonymous, and John Eccles (1696). Many I've liked and some enjoyed ; Here's a health to jolly Bacchus / anonymous ; Faith and troth
The city lady, or, Folly reclaimed / Thomas Dilke ; instrumental music by Gottfried Finger ; songs by John Eccles (1696). Instrumental music ; Love is an empty airy name ; All beauty were a foolish toy ; There lately was a maiden fair
The comical history of Don Quixote, part 1 / Thomas D'Urfey ; songs by Henry Purcell and John Eccles ; dance by anonymous (1694). Young Chrysostome had virtue, sense ; Sleep, poor youth ; 'Twas early one morning ; Minuet
The comical history of Don Quixote, part 2 / Thomas D'Urfey ; songs by anonymous, John Eccles, Simon Pack, and Henry Purcell (1694). If you will love me / anonymous ; You love, and yet when I ask you to marry me / anonymous ; Ye nymphs and sylvan gods ; Damon, let a friend advise ye / Simon Pack ; I burn, I burn ; De foolish English nation / anonymous
The country wake / Thomas Doggett ; songs by John Eccles and anonymous ; dances by anonymous (1696). She flies in vain from Love ; Come Hodge, come Robin ; Three dances ; Hobb's wedding
Cyrus the Great, or, The tragedy of love / John Banks ; songs by John Eccles (1695). Sisters, whilst thus I wave my wand ; Hark, the trumpets and the drums ; Oh! take him gently from the pile
The deceiver deceived / Mary Pix ; instrumental music by Gottfried Finger ; songs by John Eccles (1697). When with Stella (text only) ; Why do I sigh and tremble (text only)
Distressed innocence, or, The Princess of Persia / Elkanah Settle ; instrumental music by Henry Purcell ; song by John Eccles (1690). Ah, whither shall I fly
Don Carlos, Prince of Spain / Thomas Otway ; song by John Eccles (1695). Behold, ye powers
The double distress / Mary Pix ; instrumental music by John Eccles (1701). Instrumental music
The Duchess of Malfi / John Webster ; song by John Eccles (before 1704). Come, let us howl
The fair penitent / Nicholas Rowe ; instrumental music by John Lenton ; songs by John Eccles (1703). Instrumental music ; Stay, ah stay ; Hear, ye midnight phantoms
The fatal secret, or, The rival brothers / anonymous ; song by John Eccles (1704). In vain malicious fate
The fate of Capua / Thomas Southerne ; instrumental music by John Lenton ; song by John Eccles (1700). Instrumental music ; What beauty is, let Strephon tell
The fickle shepherdess / anonymous ; songs by John Eccles (1703). Fie, Amarillis, cease to grieve ; Haste, give me wings
Appendix. Of all the simple things / anonymous.
|Series||Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era ; v. 190.|
|Publisher|| Middleton, Wisconsin :A-R Editions, Inc.,2015
|Other Titles|| Incidental music.
Eubanks Winkler, Amanda,
English words, also printed as texts preceding the music for each play.
For various combinations of voices and instruments; figured bass unrealized.
Music by John Eccles except as indicated.
Edited from the composer's Collection of songs for one, two, and three voices (London: John Walsh, 1704), and other sources.
"The works of John Eccles"--Page iv.
Includes introduction by Winkler, Alan Howard, and Estelle Murphy, and critical commentary following the music for each play.
"Biographical glossary": pages 315-318.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-320).
1 score (xix, 320 pages, 3 pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.