Handel at Vauxhall, Vol. 2WILLIAM BOYCE (1711-1779): Spring Gardens (Rural Beauty or Vaux-Hal Garden), JOHN STANLEY (1712-1786): The Power of Music and Beauty, THOMAS GLADWIN (1710-1799): Colin’s Description of Vauxhall or Green-Wood Hall, The Ladies in Vaux-hall-Gardens to the British Officers at Dettingen, JOHN LAMPE (c.1703-1751): The Farewel to Vaux Hall, JOHANN ADOLPH HASSE (1699-1783): Roger and Sue a Ballad to a Favourite Air, ANON.: A Loyal Song, GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759): Organ Concerto in A Minor, Op. 6/4, HWV 322, A Song on the Victory over the Rebels by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, HWV 228.9, Comus, HWV 44.
Catalogue Number: 10T028
Reference: SIGCD 479
Description: London Early Opera continue their program evoking the carnival of music and entertainments that amused visitors in London’s Vauxhall Gardens for nearly 200 years. Daniel Moult (organ), London Early Opera; Bridget Cunningham.