An early cantata, fluid in form, and two graceful, amusing songs.
Entertaining depiction of an exasperated lover, with many changes of mood and pace.
Ironic reply to Campra's Les Femmes
Latin motet beautifully set for the bass voice.
Contrasting duets by Jeffreys and Purcell; the first meditative, the second dramatic and exhilaratin...
The first two of the four duets are rich in harmony, and virtuoso counterpoint.