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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 03:44 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:18 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:27 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:09 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:19 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:51 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:23 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:26 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:30 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:16 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:07 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 04:00 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 03:05 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:18 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 03:03 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:12 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:20 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 03:04 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:23 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:34 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 03:28 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:45 N/A
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Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z.323 : III. "Sound the trumpet, sound, till around" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:26 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:14 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 04:25 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:41 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:40 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 01:33 N/A
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Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman  aac: 16bit/44.1kHz  (320kbps CBR) 02:47 N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z.323 : III. Sound the trumpet, sound, till around (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z.323: III. Sound the trumpet, sound, till around (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z. 323: III. Sound the trumpet, sound, till around (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z. 323: III. Sound the Trumpet, Sound, Till Around (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 1, Symphony -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 2, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 3, Duet "Not any one such joy could bring" (Tenor, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 4, Aria "This does our fertile isle with glory" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 5, Chorus "Now does the glorious day appear" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 6, Recitative "It was a work of full as great a weight" (Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 7, Aria "By beauteous softness mix'd with majesty" (First Counter-Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 8, Duet "Her hero to whose conduct and whose arms" (First Bass, Second Bass) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 9, Trio "Our dear Religion, with our Law's defence" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 10, Aria "No more shall we the great Eliza boast" (Tenor) -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Now does the glorious day appear), Z. 332: No. 11, Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice" -- Julia Gooding/James Bowman/Howard Crook/Michael George/Choir of the Age of Enlightenment/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Gustav Leonhardt - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 2, Aria "Love's goddess sure was blind this day" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 3, Recitative "Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 4, Aria "Sweetness of nature and true wit" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 5, Aria "Long may she reign over this isle" (Soprano, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 6, Aria "May her blest example chase" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 7, Duet "Many such days may she behold" (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 8, Chorus "May she to Heaven late return" -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Love's goddess sure), Z. 331: No. 9, Verse with Chorus "As much as we below shall mourn" (Soprano, First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor, Tenor, Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 1, Symphony -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 2, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (First Counter-Tenor, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Come, Ye Sons of Art Away, Z. 323: III. Sound the Trumpet, Sound, Till Around (First Counter-Tenor, Second Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 4, Ritornello "Come ye Sons of Art" (Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 5, Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute" (First Counter-Tenor) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 6, Aria "The day that such a blessing gave" (First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 7, Aria "Bid the virtues, bid the graces" (Soprano) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 8, Aria "These are the sacred charms that shield" (First Bass) -- James Bowman - N/A
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday (Come Ye Sons of Art), Z. 323: No. 9, Duet "See, Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way" (Soprano, First Bass, Chorus) -- James Bowman - N/A
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