WILLIAM JACKSON (1730-1803): Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 10/4, Songs and Canzonettas: Let me approach my sleeping love, Op. 4/8, Ianthe the lovely, Op. 1/12, Time has not thinn’d my flowing hair, Op. 9/1, Lone minstrel of the midnight hour, Op. 15/7, Ah! where does my Phillida stray?, Op. 9/5, Ye shepherds give ear to my lay, Op. 4/4, For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove, Op. 1/3, ‘Twas when the seas were roaring, Op. 1/9, In vain you tell your parting lover, Op. 1/5, Again returns the blushful May, Op. 16/4, O Venus! Hear my ardent pray’r, Op. 9/8, Blest as th’immortal gods is he, Op. 1/2, My banks they are furnish’d with bees, Op. 4/2, The heavy hours are almost past, Op. 1/1, Night to lovers’ joys a friend, Op. 7/6, Sweet was the sun’s last parting ray, Op. 16/6.
Catalogue Number: 03T026
Label: Toccata Classics
Reference: TOCC 0457
Description: “His songs are rooted in English traditions, and if his harmonies rarely move beyond those of Corelli and Handel, Jackson’s emphasis on sensibility also brings hints of early Romanticism” - from the booklet notes. Texts included. Emma Kirkby, Irene Mas Salom (sopranos), Charles Daniels (tenor), Ars Musicae Mallorca.