THOMAS ARNE (1710-1778): Sleep, gentle Cherub* and O torment great* from Judith, Amid a thousand racking woes and O too lovely from Artaxerxes, O Dolly from The Guardian Outwitted*, JOHANN CHRISTIAN BACH (1735-1782): Harpsichord Concerto in D, Op. 1/6, Non so d’onde viene from Ezio*, Confusa, smarrita from Berenice*, Deh lascia, o ciel* and Cara la dolce fiamma from Adriano in Siria, EGIDIO DUNI (1708-1775): To speak my mind from The Maid of the Mill*, SAMUEL ARNOLD (1740-1802): Hist, hist! from The Maid of the Mill*, GIOVANNI BATTISTA PESCETTI (c.1704-1766): Caro mio bene, addio from Ezio*, GEORGE RUSH (fl. 1760-1780): Overture and Thus laugh’d at, jilted and betray’d from The Capricious Lovers*, WILLIAM BATES (17??-?): In this I fear my latest breath from Pharnaces*, DAVIDE PEREZ (1711-1778): Se non ti moro a lato from Solimano*, CARL FRIEDRICH ABEL (1723-1787): Symphony in E Flat, Op. 7/6, WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791): Symphonies in E Flat, K 16, in D, K 19 and in F, K 19a, Va, dal furor portata, K 21. * - First Recordings.
Catalogue Number: 05T024
Description: A survey of Mozart’s childhood stay in London from 1764-65, especially concentrating on explores music that was being performed in London during Mozart’s stay by composers famous and obscure. 2 CDs. Texts and translations included. The Mozartists; Ian Page.