John Ernest Galliard: Pan and Syrinx. Air 1 for the Nymphs and Sylvans. 17. Air 2 for the Nymphs and Sylvans.
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Galliard & Purcell: Pan and Syrinx & The Masque of Cupid and Bacchus. Released on: 2014-01-16. Conductor: Jed Wentz Composer: John Ernest Galliard Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics. Auto-generated by YouTube.
The name John Ernest Galliard may be unfamiliar to many. He was German born, but took British citizenship, and settled in London in 1706. He was a chamber musician to Prince George of Denmark, and was also organist at Somerset House, and an oboist in the opera orchestra under Handel. He wrote many operas and other stage works, and Pan and Syrinx was premiered in Lincoln’s Inn Fields Theatre in 1718. Pan and Syrinx provides the perfect foil to Purcell’s dark masterpiece Dido and Aeneas. Both works portray loves destructive powers, though in different ways.
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas - Galliard: Pan and Syrinx - "The Cares of Lovers, Their Allarms" (Cupid), "The Baske Dance" (Orchestra), "Yet Hold: Some Ill Our Much-Lov'd Syrinx Waits" (Diana) and 79 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. The Cares of Lovers, Their Allarms" (Cupid). The Baske Dance" (Orchestra). Yet Hold: Some Ill Our Much-Lov'd Syrinx Waits" (Diana). Dance of Nymphs and Sylvans" (Orchestra). Bid the Tunefull Cornet Sound" (Diana). Air I. "For the Nymphs and Sylvans" (Orchestra). Go Leave Me, 'Tis in Vain" (Syrinx). Our Next Motion" (Sorceress, Chorus). Free from Sorrow, Free from Anguish" (Syrinx).