List of compositions by Henry Purcell

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Engraved portrait of Purcell by R. White after Closterman, from Orpheus Britannicus

This is a list of musical compositions by Henry Purcell.

By Z number[edit]

Pieces listed according to the Zimmerman catalogue.

Anthems [Z 1–65][edit]

  • Z 1, Verse Anthem, "Awake, put on thy strength" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 2, Verse Anthem, "Behold, I bring you glad tidings" (1687)
  • Z 3, Verse Anthem, "Behold now, praise the Lord" (c. 1680)
  • Z 4, Verse Anthem, "Be merciful unto me" (before 1683)
  • Z 5, Verse Anthem, "Blessed are they that fear the Lord" (1688)
  • Z 6, Verse Anthem, "Blessed be the Lord my strength" (before 1679)
  • Z 7, Verse Anthem, "Blessed is he that considereth the poor" (c. 1688)
  • Z 8, Verse Anthem, "Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven" (c. 1680–92)
  • Z 9, Verse Anthem, "Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord" (c. 1688)
  • Z 10, Full Anthem, "Blow up the trumpet in Sion" (before 1679)
  • Z 11, Verse Anthem, "Bow down thine ear, O Lord" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 12, Verse Anthem, "Give sentence with me, O Lord" (before 1681)
  • Z 13, Verse Anthem, "Hear me, O Lord, and that soon" (c. 1680–82) – [There are 2 arrangements of this piece, Z 13A and Z 13B respectively]
  • Z 14, Verse Anthem, "Hear my prayer, O God" (before 1683)
  • Z 15, Full Anthem, "Hear my prayer, O Lord" (before 1683)
  • Z 16, Verse Anthem, "In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust" (c. 1682)
  • Z 17, Full Anthem, "In the midst of life" (before 1682) – [There are 2 arrangements of this piece, Z 17A and Z 17B respectively]
  • Z 18, Verse Anthem, "It is a good thing to give thanks" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 19, Verse Anthem, "I was glad when they said unto me" (c. 1682–83)
  • Z 20, Verse Anthem, "I will give thanks unto Thee, O Lord" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 21, Verse Anthem, "I will give thanks unto the Lord" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 22, Full Anthem, "I will sing unto the Lord" (before 1679)
  • Z 23, Verse Anthem, "Let God arise" (before 1679)
  • Z 24, Verse Anthem, "Let mine eyes run down with tears" (c. 1682)
  • Z 25, Full Anthem, "Lord, how long wilt Thou be angry?" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 26, Verse Anthem, "Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?" (c. 1677)
  • Z 27, Full Anthem, "Man that is born of woman" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 28, Verse Anthem, "My beloved spake" (before 1677)
  • Z 29, Verse Anthem, "My heart is fixed, O God" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 30, Verse Anthem, "My heart is inditing" (1685)
  • Z 31, Verse Anthem, "My song shall be always" (1690)
  • Z 32, Verse Anthem, "O consider my adversity" (Unknown)
  • Z 33, Verse Anthem, "O give thanks unto the Lord" (1693)
  • Z 34, Full Anthem, "O God, the king of glory" (before 1679)
  • Z 35, Full Anthem, "O God, thou art my god" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 36, Full Anthem, "O God, thou has cast us out" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 37, Full Anthem, "O Lord God of hosts" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 38, Verse Anthem, "O Lord, grant the King a long life" (1685)
  • Z 39, Verse Anthem, "O Lord, our governor" (before 1679)
  • Z 40, Verse Anthem, "O Lord, rebuke me not" (Unknown)
  • Z 41, Verse Anthem, "O Lord, Thou art my God" (c. 1680–82)
  • Z 42, Verse Anthem, "O praise God in his holiness" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 43, Verse Anthem, "O praise the Lord, all ye heathen" (before 1681)
  • Z 44, Verse Anthem, "O sing unto the Lord" (1688)
  • Z 45, Verse Anthem, "Out of the deep have I called" (c. 1680)
  • Z 46, Verse Anthem, "Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem" (1689) – [There is another Z 46, a fragment of a Verse Anthem, "Praise the Lord, ye servants"]
  • Z 47, Verse Anthem, "Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 48, Verse Anthem, "Praise the Lord, O my soul, O Lord my God" (1687)
  • Z 49, Verse Anthem, "Rejoice in the Lord alway" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 50, Full Anthem, "Remember not, Lord, our offences" (c. 1679–82)
  • Z 51, Full Anthem, "Save me, O God" (before 1681)
  • Z 52, Verse Anthem, "Sing unto God" (1687)
  • Z 53, Verse Anthem, "The Lord is king, be the people never so impatient" (Unknown)
  • Z 54, Verse Anthem, "The Lord is King, the earth may be glad [thereof]" (1688)
  • Z 55, Verse Anthem, "The Lord is my light" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 56, Verse Anthem, "The way of God is an undefiled way" (1694)
  • Z 57, Verse Anthem, "They that go down to the sea in ships" (1685)
  • Z 58, Verse Anthem, "Thou know'st, Lord, the secrets of our hearts" (1687) – [There are 2 arrangements of this piece, Z 58A Z 58B, and a further Z 58C, which is a Full Anthem]
  • Z 59, Full Anthem, "Thy righteousness, O God, is very high" (Unknown)
  • Z 60, Verse Anthem, "Thy way, O God, is holy" (1687)
  • Z 61, Verse Anthem, "Thy word is a lantern unto my feet" (Unknown)
  • Z 62, Verse Anthem, "Turn thou us, O good Lord" (Unknown)
  • Z 63, Verse Anthem, "Unto Thee will I cry" (c. 1682–85)
  • Z 64, Verse Anthem, "Who hath believed our report?" (c. 1679–80)
  • Z 65, Verse Anthem, "Why do the heathen so furiously rage together?" (c. 1682–85)

Hymns and sacred songs [Z 101–200][edit]

  • Z 101, Catch, "Joy, mirth, triumphs I do defy" (Unknown) – [Possibly originally an Alleluia]
  • Z 103, Canon, "Gloria Patri et Filio" (c. 1680)
  • Z 104, Canon, "Gloria Patri et Filio" – Canon 3 in 1 (c. 1680)
  • Z 105, Canon, "Gloria Patri et Filio" – Canon 4 in 1 per arsin et thesin (c. 1680)
  • Z 106, Canon, "Gloria Patri et Filio" – Canon 4 in 1 (c. 1680)
  • Z 107, Canon, "Gloria Patri et Filio" – Canon 7 in 1 at the unison (Unknown)
  • Z 108, Canon, "Laudate Dominum" – Canon 3 in 1 (Unknown)
  • Z 109, Canon, "Miserere mei" – Canon 4 in 2 (published 1687)
  • Z 120, Chant in A minor (Unknown) – [Z 120 through Z 125 are of doubtful provenance]
  • Z 121, Chant in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 122, Chant in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 123, Chant in D minor (Unknown)
  • Z 124, Chant in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 125, Burford psalm-tune in G minor (Unknown)
  • Z 130, Hymn, "Ah! few and full of sorrow" (c. 1680)
  • Z 131, Hymn, "Beati omnes [qui timent Dominum]" (c. 1680)
  • Z 132, Hymn, "Early, O Lord, my fainting soul" (c. 1680)
  • Z 133, Hymn, "Hear me, O Lord, the great support" (1680–82)
  • Z 134, Hymn, "In guilty night" (published 1693)
  • Z 135, Hymn, "Jehova, quam multi sunt [hestes]" (c. 1680)
  • Z 136, Hymn, "Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes" (c. 1680)
  • Z 137, Hymn, "Lord, not to us, but to thy name" (c. 1680)
  • Z 138, Hymn, "O all ye people, clap your hands" (c. 1680)
  • Z 139, Hymn, "O happy man that fears the Lord" (Unknown)
  • Z 140, Hymn, "O, I'm sick of life" (c. 1680)
  • Z 141, Hymn, "O Lord our governor" (c. 1680)
  • Z 142, Hymn, "Plung'd in the confines of despair" (c. 1680)
  • Z 143, Hymn, "Since God, so tender a regard" (c. 1680)
  • Z 144, Hymn, "When on my sickbed I languish" (c. 1680)
  • Z 181, Hymn, "Awake, and with attention hear" (published 1681)
  • Z 182, Hymn, "Awake, ye dead" (published 1693)
  • Z 183, Hymn, "Begin the song, and strike the living lyre" (published 1681)
  • Z 184, Hymn, "Close thine eyes and sleep secure" (published 1688)
  • Z 185, Hymn, "Full of wrath his threatening breath" (Unknown)
  • Z 186, Hymn, "Great God and just" (published 1688)
  • Z 187, Hymn, "Hosanna to the highest" (Unknown)
  • Z 188, Hymn, "How have I strayed" (published 1688)
  • Z 189, Hymn, "How long, great God?" (published 1688)
  • Z 190, Hymn, "In the black dismal dungeon of despair" (published 1688)
  • Z 191, Hymn, "Let the night perish" (published 1688)
  • Z 192, Hymn, "Lord, what is man?" (published 1693)
  • Z 193, Hymn, "Now that the sun hath veiled his light" (published 1688)
  • Z 195, Hymn, "Sleep, Adam[, sleep and take thy rest]" (published 1688)
  • Z 196, Hymn, "Tell me, some pitying angel" (published 1693)
  • Z 197, Hymn, "The earth trembled" (published 1688)
  • Z 198, Hymn, "Thou wakeful shepherd" (published 1688)
  • Z 199, Hymn, "We sing to him, whose wisdom form'd the ear" (published 1688)
  • Z 200, Hymn, "With sick and famish'd eyes" (published 1688)

Services [Z 230–232][edit]

  • Z 230/1, Morning Service, "Te Deum Laudamus in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/2, Morning Service, "Benedictus in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/3, Morning Service, "Benedicite Omnia Opera in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/4, Morning Service, "Jubilate Deo in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/5, Communion Service, "Kyrie Eleison in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/6, Communion Service, "Nicene Creed in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/7, Evening Service, "Magnificat in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/8, Evening Service, "Nunc dimittis in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/9, Evening Service, "Cantate Domino in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 230/10, Evening Service, "Deus misereator in B-flat major" (before 1682)
  • Z 231, Evening Service, "Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor" (Unknown)
  • Z 232, Morning Service, "Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D major" (1694)

Catches [Z 240–292][edit]

  • Z 240, Catch, "A health to the nut-brown lass" (1685)
  • Z 241, Catch, "An ape, a lion, a fox and an ass" (1686)
  • Z 242, Catch, "As Roger last night to Jenny lay close" (Unknown)
  • Z 243, Catch, "Bring the bowl and cool Nantz" (1693–94)
  • Z 244, Catch, "Call for the reckoning" (Unknown)
  • Z 245, Catch, "Come let us drink" (Unknown)
  • Z 246, Catch, "Come my hearts, play your parts" (1685)
  • Z 247, Catch, "Down, down with Bacchus" (1693)
  • Z 248, Catch, "Drink on till night be spent" (1686)
  • Z 249, Catch, "Full bags, a brisk bottle" (1686)
  • Z 250, Catch, "God save our sovereign Charles" (1685)
  • Z 251, Catch, "Great Apollo and Bacchus" (Unknown)
  • Z 252, Catch, "Here's a health, pray let it pass" (Unknown)
  • Z 253, Catch, "Here's that will challenge all the fair" (1680)
  • Z 254, Catch, "He that drinks is immortal" (1686)
  • Z 255, Catch, "If all be true that I do think" (1689)
  • Z 256, Catch, "I gave her cakes and I gave her ale" (1690)
  • Z 257, Catch, "Is Charleroy's siege come too?" (1693)
  • Z 258, Catch, "Let the grave folks go preach" (1685)
  • Z 259, Catch, "Let us drink to the blades" (1691)
  • Z 260, Catch, "My lady's coachman, John" (1688)
  • Z 261, Catch, "Now England's great council's assembled" (1685)
  • Z 262, Catch, "Now, now we are met and humours agree" (1688)
  • Z 263, Catch, "Of all the instruments that are" (1693)
  • Z 264, Catch, "Once in our lives let us drink to our wives" (1686)
  • Z 265, Catch, "Once, twice, thrice, I Julia tried" (Unknown)
  • Z 266, Catch, "One industrious insect" (Unknown)
  • Z 267, Catch, "Pale faces, stand by" (1688)
  • Z 268, Catch, "Pox on you for a fop" (Unknown)
  • Z 269, Catch, "Prithee be n't so sad and serious" (Unknown)
  • Z 270, Catch, "Room for th'express" (1694)
  • Z 271, Catch, "Since the duke is return's" (1685)
  • Z 272, Catch, "Since time so kind to us does prove" (Unknown)
  • Z 273, Catch, "Sir Walter enjoying his damsel" (Unknown)
  • Z 274, Catch, "Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine" (Unknown)
  • Z 275, Catch, "Sum up all the delights" (1688)
  • Z 276, Catch, "The Macedon youth" (1686)
  • Z 277, Catch, "The miller's daughter riding" (1686)
  • Z 278, Catch, "The surrender of Limerick" (1691)
  • Z 279, Catch, "'Tis easy to force" (1685)
  • Z 280, Catch, "'Tis too late for a coach" (1686)
  • Z 281, Catch, "'Tis women makes us love" (1685)
  • Z 282, Catch, "To all lovers of music" (1687)
  • Z 283, Catch, "To thee, to thee and to a maid" (1685)
  • Z 284, Catch, "True Englishmen drink a good health" (c. 1689)
  • Z 285, Catch, "Under a green elm lies Luke Shepherd's helm" (1686)
  • Z 286, Catch, "Under this stone lies Gabriel John" (1686)
  • Z 287, Catch, "When V and I together meet" (1686)
  • Z 288, Catch, "Who comes there?" (1685)
  • Z 289, Catch, "Wine in a morning makes us frolic and gay" (1686)
  • Z 290, Catch, "Would you know how we meet" (1685)
  • Z 291, Catch, "Young Colin cleaving of a beam" (1691)
  • Z 292, Catch, "Young John the gard'ner" (1683)

Odes and welcome songs [Z 320–344][edit]

  • Z 320, Ode, "Arise my Muse" (1690)
  • Z 321, Ode, "Celebrate this festival" (1693)
  • Z 322, Ode, "Celestial music did the gods inspire" (1689)
  • Z 323, Ode, "Come Ye Sons of Art" (1694)
  • Z 324, Ode, "Fly, bold rebellion" (1683)
  • Z 325, Ode, "From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war" (1683)
  • Z 326, Ode, "From those serene and rapturous joys" (1684)
  • Z 327, Ode, "Great parent, hail!" (1694)
  • Z 328, Ode, "Hail, bright Cecilia!" (1692)
  • Z 329, Ode, "Laudate Ceciliam" (1683)
  • Z 331, Ode, "Love's goddess sure was blind" (1692)
  • Z 332, Ode, "Now does the glorious day appear" (1689)
  • Z 333, Ode, "Of old when heroes thought it base" (1690)
  • Z 334, Ode, "Raise raise the voice" (c. 1685)
  • Z 335, Ode, "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum" (1678)
  • Z 336, Ode, "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow" (1681)
  • Z 337, Ode, "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear" (1682)
  • Z 338, Ode, "Welcome, welcome glorious morn" (1691)
  • Z 339, Ode, "Welcome to all the pleasures" (1683)
  • Z 340, Ode, "Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty king" (1680)
  • Z 341, Ode, "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man?" (1682)
  • Z 342, Ode, "Who can from joy refrain?" (1695)
  • Z 343, Ode, "Why, why are all the Muses mute?" (1685)
  • Z 344, Ode, "Ye tuneful Muses" (1686)

Songs [Z 351–547][edit]

  • Z 351, Song, "Aaron thus propos'd to Moses" (1688) – Possibly not by Purcell
  • Z 352, Song, "Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair" (Unknown)
  • Z 353, Song, "Ah! how pleasant 'tis to love" (1688)
  • Z 354, Song, "Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair" (Unknown)
  • Z 355, Song, "Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams" (1687)
  • Z 356, Song, "Amintas, to my grief I see" (1679)
  • Z 357, Song, "Amintor, heedless of his flocks" (1681)
  • Z 358, Song, "Ask me to love no more" (1694)
  • Z 359, Song, "A thousand sev'ral ways I tried" (1684)
  • Z 360, Song, "Bacchus is a power divine" (Unknown)
  • Z 361, Song, "Beware, poor Shepherds" (1684)
  • Z 362, Song, "Cease, anxious world" (1687)
  • Z 363, Song, "Cease, O my sad soul" (1678)
  • Z 364, Song, "Celia's fond, too long I've loved her" (1694)
  • Z 365, Song, "Corinna is divinely fair" (1692)
  • Z 367, Song, "Cupid, the slyest rogue alive" (1685)
  • Z 368, Song, "Farewell, all joys" (1685)
  • Z 369, Song, "Fly swift, ye hours" (1692)
  • Z 370, Song, "From silent shades and the Elysian groves" (1683)
  • Z 371, Song, "Hears not my Phyllis" (1695)
  • Z 372, Song, "He himself courts his own ruin" (1684)
  • Z 373, Song, "How delightful's the life of an innocent swain" (Unknown)
  • Z 374, Song, "How I sigh when I think of the charms" (1681)
  • Z 375, Song, "I came, I saw, and was undone" (Unknown)
  • Z 376, Song, "I envy not a monarch's fate" (1693)
  • Z 377, Song, "I fain would be free" (Unknown)
  • Z 378, Song, "If grief has any power to kill" (1685)
  • Z 379, Song, "If music be the food of love" (1692–1695)
  • Z 380, Song, "If prayers and tears" (Unknown)
  • Z 381, Song, "I lov'd fair Celia" (1694)
  • Z 382, Song, "I love and I must" (Unknown)
  • Z 383, Song, "Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas" (1695)
  • Z 384, Song, "In Cloris all soft charms" (1684)
  • Z 385, Song, "In vain we dissemble" (1685)
  • Z 386, Song, "I resolve against cringing" (1679)
  • Z 387, Song, "I saw that you were grown so high" (1678)
  • Z 388, Song, "I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams" (1681)
  • Z 389, Song, "Leave these useless arts in loving" (Unknown)
  • Z 390, Song, "Let each gallant heart" (1683)
  • Z 391, Song, "Let formal lovers still pursue" (1687)
  • Z 392, Song, "Love arms himself in Celia's eyes" (Unknown)
  • Z 393, Song, "Love is now become a trade" (1685)
  • Z 394, Song, "Lovely Albina's come ashore" (Unknown)
  • Z 395, Song, "Love's power in my heart shall find no compliance" (1688)
  • Z 396, Song, "Love, thou canst hear, tho' thou art blind" (1695)
  • Z 397, Song, "More love or more disdain I crave" (1678)
  • Z 399, Song, "My heart, wherever you appear" (1685)
  • Z 400, Song, "Not all my torments can your pity move" (Unknown)
  • Z 401, Song, "No watch, dear Celia, just is found" (1693)
  • Z 402, Song, "O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes" (Unknown)
  • Z 403, Song, "O! how happy's he" (1690)
  • Z 404, Song, "Olinda in the shades unseen" (Unknown)
  • Z 405, Song, "On the brow of Richmond Hill" (1692)
  • Z 406, Song, "O solitude, my sweetest choice" (1687)
  • Z 407, Song, "Pastora's beauties when unblown" (1681)
  • Z 408, Song, "Phyllis, I can ne'er forgive it" (1688)
  • Z 409, Song, "Phillis, talk no more of passion" (1685)
  • Z 410, Song, "Pious Celinda goes to prayers" (1695)
  • Z 411, Song, "Rashly I swore I would disown" (1683)
  • Z 412, Song, "Sawney is a bonny lad" (1694)
  • Z 413, Song, "She loves and she confesses too" (1683)
  • Z 414, Song, "She that would gain a faithful lover" (1695)
  • Z 415, Song, "She who my poor heart possesses" (1683)
  • Z 416, Song, "Since one poor view has drawn my heart" (1681)
  • Z 417, Song, "Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love" (1687)
  • Z 418, Song, "Sweet, be no longer sad" (1678)
  • Z 420, Song, "Sylvia, now your scorn give over" (1688)
  • Z 421, Song, "The fatal hour comes on apace" (Unknown)
  • Z 422, Song, "They say you're angry" (1685)
  • Z 423, Song, "This poet sings the Trojan wars" (1688)
  • Z 424, Song, "Through mournful shades and solitary groves" (1684)
  • Z 425, Song, "Turn then thine eyes" (Unknown)
  • Z 426, Song, "Urge me no more" (Unknown)
  • Z 427, Song, "We now, my Thyrsis, never find" (1693)
  • Z 428, Song, "What a sad fate is mine" (Unknown)
  • Z 429, Song, "What can we poor females do?" (1694)
  • Z 430, Song, "When first Amintas sued for a kiss" (1687)
  • Z 431, Song, "When first my shepherdess and I" (1687)
  • Z 432, Song, "When her languishing eyes said 'love'" (1681)
  • Z 433, Song, "When I a lover pale do see" (1678)
  • Z 434, Song, "When my Aemelia smiles" (Unknown)
  • Z 435, Song, "When Strephon found his passion vain" (1683)
  • Z 436, Song, "When Thyrsis did the splendid eye" (1675)
  • Z 437, Song, "While Thyrsis, wrapt in downy sleep" (1685)
  • Z 438, Song, "Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still" (1686)
  • Z 440, Song, "Who but a slave can well express" (Unknown)
  • Z 441, Song, "Who can behold Florella's charms?" (1695)
  • Z 442, Song, "Why so serious, why so grave?" (Unknown)
  • Z 443, Song, "Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind" (1685)
  • Z 444, Song, "Stript of their green our groves appear" (1692)
  • Z 461, Song, "Beneath a dark and melancholy grove" (Unknown)
  • Z 462, Song, "Draw near, you lovers" (Unknown)
  • Z 463, Song, "Farewell, ye rocks" (1685)
  • Z 464, Song, "Gently shepherds, you that know" (1687)
  • Z 465, Song, "High on a throne of glitt'ring ore" (1690)
  • Z 466, Song, "Let us, kind Lesbia, give away" (1684)
  • Z 467, Song, "Musing on cares of human fate" (1685)
  • Z 468, Song, "No, to what purpose should I speak" (Unknown)
  • Z 469, Song, "Scarce had the rising sun appear'd" (1679)
  • Z 470, Song, "See how the fading glories of the year" (1689)
  • Z 471, Song, "Since the pox or the plague" (1679)
  • Z 472, Song, "What hope for us remains now he is gone?" (1679)
  • Z 473, Song, "Young Thyrsis' fate, ye hills and groves, deplore" (Unknown)
  • Z 482, Song, "Alas, how barbarous we are" (Unknown)
  • Z 483, Song, "Come, dear companions of th'Arcadian fields" (1686)
  • Z 484, Song, "Come, lay by all care" (1685)
  • Z 485, Song, "Dulcibella, when e'er I sue for a kiss" (1694)
  • Z 486, Song, "Fair Cloe, my breast so alarms" (1692)
  • Z 487, Song, "Fill the bowl with rosy wine" (1687)
  • Z 489, Song, "Go tell Amynta, gentle swain" (Unknown)
  • Z 490, Song, "Haste, gentle Charon" (Unknown)
  • Z 491, Song, "Has yet your breast no pity learn'd?" (1688)
  • Z 492, Song, "Hence, fond deceiver" (1687)
  • Z 493, Song, "Here's to thee, Dick" (1688)
  • Z 494, Song, "How great are the blessings 'A Health to King James'" (1686)
  • Z 495, Song, "How sweet is the air and refreshing" (1687)
  • Z 496, Song, "In all our Cynthia's shining sphere" (Unknown)
  • Z 497, Song, "In some kind dream" (1687)
  • Z 498, Song, "I saw fair Cloris all alone" (1687)
  • Z 499, Song, "I spy Celia, Celia eyes me" (1687)
  • Z 500, Song, "Julia, your unjust disdain" (1687)
  • Z 501, Song, "Let Hector, Achilles and each brave commander" (1689)
  • Z 502, Song, "Lost is my quiet forever" (1691)
  • Z 503, Song, "Nestor, who did to thrice man's age attain" (1689)
  • Z 504, Song, "O dive custos Auriacae domus" (1695)
  • Z 505, Song, "Oft am I by the women told" (1687)
  • Z 506, Song, "Oh! what a scene does entertain my sight" (Unknown)
  • Z 507, Song, "Saccharissa's grown old" (1686)
  • Z 508, Song, "See where she sits" (Unknown)
  • Z 509, Song, "Sit down, my dear Sylvia" (1685)
  • Z 510, Song, "Soft notes and gently raised" (1685)
  • Z 511, Song, "Sylvia, thou brighter eye of night" (Unknown)
  • Z 512, Song, "Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair" (1686)
  • Z 513, Song, "There never was so wretched lover as I" (Unknown)
  • Z 514, Song, "Though my mistress be fair" (1685)
  • Z 515, Song, "Trip it, trip it in a ring" (Unknown)
  • Z 516, Song, "Underneath this myrtle shade" (1692)
  • Z 517, Song, "Were I to choose the greatest bliss" (1689)
  • Z 518, Song, "What can we poor females do?" (Unknown)
  • Z 519, Song, "When gay Philander left the plain" (1684)
  • Z 520, Song, "When, lovely Phyllis, thou art kind" (1685)
  • Z 521, Song, "When Myra sings" (1695)
  • Z 522, Song, "When Teucer from his father fled" (1686)
  • Z 523, Song, "While bolts and bars my days control" (Unknown)
  • Z 524, Song, "While you for me alone had charms" (Unknown)
  • Z 525, Song, "Why, my Daphne, why complaining?" (1691)
  • Z 541, Song, "Hark Damon, hark" (Unknown)
  • Z 542, Song, "Hark how the wild musicians sing" (Unknown)
  • Z 543, Song, "How pleasant is this flowery plain" (1688)
  • Z 544, Song, "If ever I more riches did desire" (Unknown)
  • Z 545, Song, "In a deep vision's intellectual scene 'The Complaint'" (Unknown)
  • Z 546, Song, "'Tis wine was made to rule the day" (Unknown)
  • Z 547, Song, "We reap all the pleasures" (Unknown)

Theatre music [Z 570–613][edit]

  • Z 570, Incidental Music, Abdelazer or The Moor's Revenge (1695)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Rondeau
      • Movement 3, Air
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Minuet
      • Movement 6, Air
      • Movement 7, Jig
      • Movement 8, Hornpipe
      • Movement 9, Air
    • Movement 10, Song, "Lucinda is bewitching fair"
  • Z 571, Incidental Music, A Fool's Preferment or The Three Dukes of Dunstable (1688)
    • Movement 1, Song, "I sigh'd, and I pin'd"
    • Movement 2, Song, "There's nothing so fatal as woman"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Fled is my love"
    • Movement 4, Song, "'Tis death alone"
    • Movement 5, Song, "I'll mount to yon blue Coelum"
    • Movement 6, Song, "I'll sail upon the Dog-star"
    • Movement 7, Song, "Jenny, 'gin you can love"
    • Movement 8, Song, "If thou wilt give me back my love"
  • Z 572, Incidental Music, Amphitryon or The Two Sosias (1690) – [Movement numbers 3–9 are not authoritative, there is a lost movement between movements 2 and 11]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Movement 2, Saraband
    • Movement 3, Song, "Celia, that I once was blest"
    • Movement 4, Hornpipe
    • Movement 5, Scotch tune
    • Movement 6, Song, "For Iris I sigh"
    • Movement 7, Air
    • Movement 8, Minuet
    • Movement 9, Hornpipe
    • Movement 11, Song, "Fair Iris and her swain"
    • Movement 12, Bourrée
  • Z 573, Incidental Music, Aureng-Zebe or The Great Mogul (1692)
    • Movement 1, Song, "I see, she flies me"
  • Z 574, Incidental Music, Bonduca or The British Heroine (1695) – [Movement numbers 2–7 are not authoritative, there are 2 lost movements between movements 1 and 10]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Air
      • Movement 3, Hornpipe
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Hornpipe
      • Movement 6, Air
      • Movement 7, Minuet
    • Movement 10, Catch, "Jack, thou'rt a toper"
    • Movement 11, Prelude and Song, "Hear us great Rugwith"
    • Movement 12, Song, "Hear, ye Gods of Britain"
    • Movement 13, Song, "Sing, sing, ye Druids"
    • Movement 14, Song, "Divine Andate, president of war"
    • Movement 15, Symphony and Song, "To arms"
    • Movement 16, Prelude and Song, "Britons strike home!"
    • Movement 17, Prelude and Song, "O lead me to some peaceful gloom"
  • Z 575, Incidental Music, Circe (1690)
    • Movement 1, Prelude and Song, "We must assemble by a sacrifice"
    • Movement 2, Song, "Their necessary aid you use"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Come every demon"
    • Movement 4, Song, "Lovers, who to their first embraces go"
    • Movement 5, Song, "Magician's Dance"
    • Movement 6, Song, "Pluto arise!"
  • Z 576, Incidental Music, Cleomenes, the Spartan Hero (1692)
    • Movement 1, Song, "No, no, poor suff'ring heart"
  • Z 577, Incidental Music, Distressed Innocence or The Princess of Persia (1694) – [There are two alternative movement listings for the Suite]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Air (or Jig)
      • Movement 3, Slow Air (or Rondeau)
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Hornpipe (or Minuet)
  • Z 578, Incidental Music, Don Quixote (1694–95)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Sing all ye Muses"
    • Movement 2, Song, "When the world first knew creation"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Let the dreadful engines"
    • Movement 4, Prelude
    • Movement 5, Song, "With this sacred charming wand"
    • Movement 6, Song, "Since times are so bad"
    • Movement 7, Prelude and Song, "Genius of England"
    • Movement 8, Song, "Lads and Lasses, blith and gay"
    • Movement 9, Song, "From rosie bow'rs"
  • Z 579, Incidental Music, Epsom Wells (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Leave these useless arts"
  • Z 580, Incidental Music, Henry the Second, King of England (1692)
    • Movement 1, Song, "In vain, 'gainst Love, in vain I strove"
  • Z 581, Incidental Music, The History of King Richard the Second or The Sicilian Usurper (1681)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Retir'd from any mortal's sight"
  • Z 582, Incidental Music, Love Triumphant or Nature Will Prevail (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "How happy's the husband"
  • Z 583, Incidental Music, Oedipus (1692)
    • Movement 1, Prelude and Song, "Hear, ye sullen powers below"
    • Movement 2, Song, "Music for a while"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Come away, do not stay"
    • Movement 4, Song, "Laius! Hear, hear"
  • Z 584, Incidental Music, Oroonoko (1695)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Celemene, pray tell me"
  • Z 585, Incidental Music, Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country (1695)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Sweeter than roses"
    • Movement 2, Song, "My dearest, my fairest"
  • Z 586, Incidental Music, Regulus or The Faction of Carthage (1692)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Ah me! to many deaths"
  • Z 587, Incidental Music, Rule a Wife and Have a Wife (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "There's not a swain"
  • Z 588, Incidental Music, Sir Anthony Love or The Rambling Lady (1692)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Movement 2, Prelude and Song, "Pursuing Beauty"
    • Movement 3, Song, "No more, Sir, no more"
    • Movement 4, Song, "In vain Clemene"
    • Movement 5, Ground
  • Z 589, Incidental Music, Sir Barnaby Whigg or No Wit Like a Woman's (1681)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Blow, blow, Boreas, blow"
  • Z 590, Incidental Music, Sophonisba or Hannibal's Overthrow (1685)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Beneath the poplar's shadow"
  • Z 591, Incidental Music, The Canterbury Guests or A Bargain Broken (1694)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Good neighbor why?"
  • Z 592, Incidental Music, The Double Dealer (1693)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Hornpipe
      • Movement 3, Minuet
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Hornpipe
      • Movement 6, Minuet
      • Movement 7, Minuet
      • Movement 8, Air
      • Movement 9, Air
    • Movement 10, Song, "Cynthia frowns"
  • Z 594, Incidental Music, The English Lawyer (1685)
    • Movement 1, Catch, "My wife has a tongue"
  • Z 595, Incidental Music, The Fatal Marriage or The Innocent Adultery (1694)
    • Movement 1, Song, "The danger is over"
    • Movement 2, Song, "I sigh'd and owned my love"
  • Z 596, Incidental Music, The Female Virtuosos (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Love, thou art best"
  • Z 597, Incidental Music, The Gordian Knot Unty'd (1691) – [The movement numbers for the Suite are not authoritative, there is a lost movement from it]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Air
      • Movement 3, Rondeau Minuet
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Jig
      • Movement 6, Chaconne
      • Movement 7, Air
      • Movement 8, Minuet
  • Z 598, Incidental Music, The Indian Emperor or The Conquest of Mexico (1691)
    • Movement 1, Song, "I look'd and saw within"
  • Z 599, Incidental Music, The Knight of Malta (1691)
    • Movement 1, Catch, "At the close of the ev'ning"
  • Z 600, Incidental Music, The Libertine or The Libertine Destroyed (1692)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Nymphs and shepherds/We come"
    • Movement 2, Prelude and Song, "Prepare, prepare, new guests draw near"
    • Movement 3, Prelude and Song, "To arms, heroic prince"
  • Z 601, Incidental Music, The Maid's Last Prayer or Any Rather Than Fail (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Though you make no return"
    • Movement 2, Song, "No, resistance is but vain"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Tell me no more"
  • Z 602, Incidental Music, The Marriage-hater Match'd (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "As soon as the chaos"
    • Movement 2, Song, "How vile are the sordid intregues"
  • Z 603, Incidental Music, The Married Beau or The Curious Impertinent (1694)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Slow Air
      • Movement 3, Hornpipe
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Hornpipe
      • Movement 6, Jig
      • Movement 7, Trumpet Air
      • Movement 8, March
      • Movement 9, Hornpipe on a ground
    • Movement 10, Song, "See! where repenting Celia lyes"
  • Z 604, Incidental Music, The Massacre of Paris (1693)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Thy genius, lo"
  • Z 605, Incidental Music, The Mock Marriage (1695)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Oh! how you protest"
    • Movement 2, Song, "'Twas within a furlong"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Man is for the woman made"
  • Z 606, Incidental Music, Theodosius or The Force of Love (1680)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Prepare, prepare, the rites begin"
    • Movement 2, Song, "Can'st thou, Marina"
    • Movement 3, Song, "The gate to bliss"
    • Movement 4, Prelude and Song "Hark! Hark! behold the heav'nly choir"
    • Movement 5, Song, "Now the fight's done"
    • Movement 6, Song, "Sad as death at dead of night"
    • Movement 7, Song, "Dream no more of pleasures past"
    • Movement 8, Song, "Hail to the myrtle shade"
    • Movement 9, Song, "Ah cruel, bloody fate"
  • Z 607, Incidental Music, The Old Bachelor (1691)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Hornpipe
      • Movement 3, Slow Air
      • Movement 4, Hornpipe
      • Movement 5, Rondeau
      • Movement 6, Menuet
      • Movement 7, Boree
      • Movement 8, March
      • Movement 9, Jig
    • Movement 10, Song, "Thus to a ripe, consenting maid"
    • Movement 11, Song, "As Amoret and Thyrsis lay"
  • Z 608, Incidental Music, The Richmond Heiress or A Woman Once in the Right (1691) – [Movements 2 and 3 lost, both Songs, titles unknown]
    • Movement 1, Song, "Behold the man"
  • Z 609, Incidental Music, The Rival Sisters or The Violence of Love (1695) – [The Suite is lost]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite (Movements 2–9)
    • Movement 10, Song, "Celia has a thousand charms"
    • Movement 11, Song, "Take not a woman's anger ill"
    • Movement 12, Song, "How happy, how happy is she"
  • Z 610, Incidental Music, The Spanish Friar or The Double Discovery (1694–95)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Whilst I with grief"
  • Z 611, Incidental Music, The Virtuous Wife or Good Luck at Last (1694) – [One of the movements in the Suite is lost]
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Suite
      • Movement 2, Song tune
      • Movement 3, Slow Air
      • Movement 4, Air
      • Movement 5, Preludio
      • Movement 6, Hornpipe
      • Movement 7, Minuet
      • Movement 8, Minuet
  • Z 612, Incidental Music, The Wives' Excuse or Cuckolds Make Themselves (1691)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Ingrateful love!"
    • Movement 2, Song, "Hang this whining way of wooing"
    • Movement 3, Song, "Say, cruel Amoret"
    • Movement 4, Song, "Corinna, I excuse thy face"
  • Z 613, Incidental Music, Tyrannic Love or The Royal Martyr (1694)
    • Movement 1, Song, "Hark! my Damilcar!"
    • Movement 2, Song, "Ah! how sweet it is to love"

Operas [Z 626–632][edit]

  • Z 626, Opera, Dido and Aeneas (by 1688)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • Act 1
      • Movement 2a, Aria, "Shake the cloud from off your brow"
      • Movement 2b, Chorus, "Banish sorrow, banish care"
      • Movement 3, Aria and Ritornello, "Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment"
      • Movement 4, Duet (dialogue), "Grief increases by concealing"
      • Movement 5, Chorus, "When monarchs unite"
      • Movement 6, Trio (dialogue), "Whence could so much virtue spring?"
      • Movement 7, Duet and Chorus, "Fear no danger"
      • Movement 8, Trio (dialogue), "See, your royal guest appears"
      • Movement 9, Chorus (dialogue), Cupid only throws the dart"
      • Movement 10, Aria, "If not for mine"
      • Movement 11, Prelude and Aria, "Pursue thy conquest, love"
      • Movement 12, Chorus, "To the hills and the vales"
      • Movement 13, Dance – The triumphing dance
    • Act 2
      • Movement 14, Prelude and Aria, "Wayward sisters"
      • Movement 15, Chorus, "Harm's our delight"
      • Movement 16, Aria, "The queen of Carthage, whom we hate"
      • Movements 17 – 20, Chorus and Dialogue, "Ho ho ho!"
      • Movement 21, Chorus, "In our deep vaulted cell"
      • Movement 22, "Echo dance of the furies"
      • Movement 23, Ritornello
      • Movement 24a – b, Aria and Chorus, "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
      • Movement 24c, Dance – Gittar ground
      • Movement 25a, Aria, "Oft she visits this lone mountain"
      • Movement 25b, Ritornello, "A Dance to entertain Aeneas by Dido's Women"
      • Movement 26, Aria, "Behold, upon my bended spear"
      • Movement 27, Aria and Chorus, "Haste, haste to town"
      • Movement 28, Duet (dialogue), "Stay, Prince"
    • Act 3
      • Movement 29, Prelude and Aria, "Come away, fellow sailors"
      • Movement 30, Dance – The sailor's dance
      • Movement 31, Trio (dialogue), "See the flags and the streamers curling"
      • Movement 32, Aria, "Our next motion"
      • Movement 33, Chorus, " Destruction's our delight"
      • Movement 34, Dance – The witches' dance
      • Movement 35a, Aria, "Your counsel all is urg'd in vain"
      • Movement 35b, Trio (dialogue), "See, madam where the Prince appears"
      • Movement 36, Chorus, "Great minds against themselves conspire"
      • Movement 37, Aria, "Thy hand Belinda, darkness shades me"
      • Movement 38, Ground, Aria and Ritornello, "When I am laid in earth"
      • Movement 39, Chorus, "With drooping wings"
      • Movement 40, Epilogue, "All that we know the angels do above"
  • Z 627, Semi-Opera, Prophetess or The History of Dioclesian or Dioclesian (1690)
    • Movement 1, 1st Music
    • Movement 2, 2nd Music
    • Movement 3, Overture
    • Movement 4, 1st Act Tune (Hornpipe)
    • Act 2
      • Movement 5, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Great Diocles the boar has killed"
      • Movement 6, Prelude and Aria, "Charon, the peaceful shade invites"
      • Movement 7, Symphony
      • Movement 8, Duet and Chorus, "Let all mankind the pleasures share"
      • Movement 9, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Let the soldier's rejoice"
      • Movement 10, Ritornello
      • Movement 11, Trio and Chorus, "To Mars let 'em raise"
      • Movement 12, Ritornello
      • Movement 13a, Prelude – A Symphony of flutes in the air
      • Movement 13b – c, Aria and Chorus, "Since the toils and hazards of war"
      • Movement 13d, Aria and Ritornello, "With dances and songs"
      • Movement 13e, Quartet and Chorus, "Let the priests with processions"
      • Movement 14, Dance of the Furies
      • Movement 15, 2nd Act Tune
    • Act 3
      • Movement 16, Chaconne (Two in one upon a Ground)
      • Movement 16 (App 1), Aria, "When first I saw"
      • Movement 17, Dance – The Chair Dance
      • Movement 18, Prelude and Aria, "What shall I do"
      • Movement 19, 3rd Act Tune
    • Act 4
      • Movement 20, Dance – Butterfly Dance
      • Movement 21, Trumpet Tune
      • Movement 22–23, Aria and Chorus, "Sound Fame"
      • Movement 24, 4th Act Tune
    • Act 5
      • Movement 25, Dance – Country Dance
      • Movement 26, Prelude and Masque, "Call the Nymphs and the fauns"
      • Movement 27, Duet, "Come, come away"
    • First Entry
      • Movement 28, Prelude and Chorus, "Behold, O mightiest of gods"
      • Movement 29, Paspe
      • Movement 30, Duet, "O, the sweet delights of love"
      • Movement 31, Aria and Chorus, "Let monarchs fight"
      • Movement 31 (App 2), Aria, "Since from my dear Astrea's sight"
    • Second Entry
      • Movement 32a, Prelude
      • Movement 32b, Duet, "Make room for the great god of wine"
      • Movement 32c, Chorus, "I'm here with my jolly crew"
      • Movement 32d, Dance – Dance of the Baccanals
      • Movement 33, Aria and Ritornello, "Still I'm wishing"
    • Third Entry
      • Movement 34, "Canaries"
      • Movement 35, Duet (dialogue), "Tell me why my charming fair"
    • Fourth Entry
      • Movement 36, Dance
      • Movement 37, Aria and Chorus, "All our days"
      • Movement 37 (App 3), Aria, "Let us dance"
      • Movement 38, Trio, "Triumph, victorious love"
      • Movement 39, Chorus
  • Z 628, Semi-Opera, King Arthur or The British Worthy (1691)
    • Movement 1, 1st Music
    • Movement 2, 2nd Music
    • Movement 3, Air
    • Movement 4, Overture
    • Movement 5, Prelude and Aria, "Woden, first to thee"
    • Movement 6, Aria, "The white horse"
    • Movement 7–8, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Brave Souls"
    • Movement 9, Aria, "I call ye all to Woden's hall"
    • Movement 10, Symphony, Aria and Chorus, "Come if you dare"
    • Movement 11, 1st Act Tune
    • Act 2
      • Movement 12, Prelude and Aria, "Hither this way bend"
      • Movement 13, Aria, Ritornello, "Let not a moon-born Elf"
      • Movement 14, Dialogue and Chorus, "Come follow me"
      • Movement 15, Dance, Aria and Chorus, "How blest are Shepherds"
      • Movement 16, Symphony and Duet (dialogue), "Shepherd, leave decoying"
      • Movement 17, Chorus and Hornpipe, "Come Shepherds"
      • Movement 18, 2nd Act Tune
    • Act 3
      • Movement 19, Prelude and Aria, "What ho"
      • Movement 20, Prelude and Aria, "What power art thou"
      • Movement 21, Aria, "Thou doting fool forbear"
      • Movement 22, Aria, "Great love"
      • Movement 23, Aria, "No part"
      • Movement 24, Prelude, Chorus and Dance, "See, see"
      • Movement 25, Aria, Ritornello and Chorus, "Tis I, that have warn'd ye"
      • Movement 26, Prelude and Duet, "Sound a Parley"
      • Movement 27, Aria, Ritornello and Chorus, "Tis I, that have warn'd ye"
      • Movement 28, 3rd Act Tune (Air)
    • Act 4 (Scene 2)
      • Movement 29, Duet, "Two Daughters"
      • Movement 30a, Passacaglia
      • Movement 30b–d, Aria, Ritornello and Chorus, "How happy the Lover"
      • Movement 30e–i, Dialogue and Chorus, "No, no joy"
      • Movement 31, 4th Act Tune
    • Act 5 (Scene 2)
      • Movement 32a, Prelude (Trumpet Tune)
      • Movement 32b–c, Aria, "Ye Blust'ring Brethren"
      • Movement 33, Symphony
      • Movement 34, Duet and Chorus, "Round thy coasts"
      • Movement 35a, Aria, "You say tis love"
      • Movement 35b–c, Aria and Chorus, "This not my passion"
      • Movement 35d–e, Aria and Chorus, "But one soft moment"
      • Movement 36, Duet, "For folded flocks"
      • Movement 37, Aria and Chorus, "Your hay is mown"
      • Movement 38, Aria, "Fairest Isle"
      • Movement 39, Chorus, "St George"
      • Movement 40, 5th Act Tune (Chaconne)
  • Z 629, Semi-Opera, The Fairy-Queen (1692)
    • Movement 1, 1st Music (Prelude and Hornpipe)
    • Movement 2, 2nd Music (Air and Rondeau)
    • Movement 3, Overture (Grave and Canzona)
    • Act 1
      • Movement 4, Prelude and Aria, "Come, come, come, let us leave the town"
      • Movement 5, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Fill up the bowl!"
      • Movement 6, 1st Act Tune (Jig)
    • Act 2
      • Movement 7, Prelude and Aria, "Come all ye songsters of the sky"
      • Movement 8a, Prelude
      • Movement 8b, Trio, "May the god of wit inspire"
      • Movement 8c, Echo
      • Movement 9, Chorus, "Now joyn your warbling voices all"
      • Movement 10a–b, Aria and Chorus, "Sing while we trip it on the green"
      • Movement 10c, A dance of the fairies
      • Movement 11, Prelude and Aria, "See even Night herself is here"
      • Movement 12, Aria, "I am come to lock all fast"
      • Movement 13, Prelude and Aria, "One charming night"
      • Movement 14, Aria and Chorus, "Hush, no more, be silent all"
      • Movement 15, Dance – A dance for the followers of the night
      • Movement 16, 2nd Act Tune (Air)
    • Act 3
      • Movement 17, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "If love's a sweet passion"
      • Movement 18, Overture – Symphony while the swans come forward
      • Movement 19, Dance – Dance for the fairies
      • Movement 20, Dance – Dance for the green men
      • Movement 21, Aria, "Ye gentle spirits of the air appear"
      • Movement 22, Aria, "Now the maids and the men"
      • Movement 23, Aria, "When I have often heard"
      • Movement 24a, Dance – A dance of haymakers
      • Movement 24b, Dance – Dance for a clown
      • Movement 25, Aria and Chorus, "A thousand thousand ways we'll find"
      • Movement 26, 3rd Act Tune (Hornpipe)
    • Act 4
      • Movement 27, Symphony – Sonata while the sun rises
      • Movement 28, Aria and Chorus, "Now the night is chas'd away"
      • Movement 29, Duet, "Let the fifes, and the clarions"
      • Movement 30, Entry of Phoebus
      • Movement 31, Prelude and Aria, "When a cruel long winter"
      • Movement 32, Chorus, "Hail! Great parent of us all"
      • Movement 33, Prelude and Aria, "Thus the ever grateful spring"
      • Movement 34, Prelude and Aria, "Here's the summer, sprightly, gay"
      • Movement 35, Prelude and Aria, "See my many colour'd fields"
      • Movement 36, Prelude and Aria, "Next, winter comes slowly"
      • Movement 37, Chorus, "Hail! Great parent of us all"
      • Movement 38, 4th Act Tune (Air)
    • Act 5
      • Movement 39a, Prelude to Juno's song
      • Movement 39b–c, Aria, "Thrice happy lovers"
      • Movement 40, Aria, "O let me weep"
      • Movement 41, Dance – Entry dance
      • Movement 42, Symphony
      • Movement 43, Aria, "Thus the gloomy world st first began to shine"
      • Movement 44, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Thus happy and free"
      • Movement 45, Ground and Aria, "Yes, Daphne, in your looks I find"
      • Movement 46, Dance – Monkey's dance
      • Movement 47, Prelude and Aria, "Hark how all things in one sound agree"
      • Movement 48, Aria and Chorus, "Hark! Now the echoing air"
      • Movement 49, Duet and Chorus, "Sure the dull god of marriage"
      • Movement 50a, Prelude
      • Movement 50b, Aria, "See, see, I obey"
      • Movement 50c, Duet, "Turn then thine eyes"
      • Movement 50d, Aria, "My torch, indeed will from such brightness shine"
      • Movement 50e–f, Trio, "They shall be as happy
      • Movement 51, Chaconne – Dance for the Chinese man and woman
  • Z 630, Semi-Opera, The Indian Queen (1695)
    • Movement 1, 1st Music, (Air and Hornpipe)
    • Movement 2, 2nd Music, (Air and Hornpipe)
    • Movement 3, Overture, (Grave and Canzon)
    • Prologue
      • Movement 4a, Trumpet Tune
      • Movement 4b, Aria, "Wake Quivera, wake"
      • Movement 4c, Prelude
      • Movement 4d, Aria, "Why should men quarrel"
    • Act 2
      • Movement 5, Symphony
      • Movement 6, Aria and Chorus, "I come to sing great Zempoalla's story"
      • Movement 7, Trio, "What flatt'ring noise is this"
      • Movement 8, Trumpet tune
      • Movement 9, Symphony
      • Movement 10, Dance
      • Movement 11, 2nd Act Music (Trumpet Tune reprise)
    • Act 3
      • Movement 12, Dance
      • Movement 13, Aria, "Ye twice ten hundred deities"
      • Movement 14, Symphony
      • Movement 15, Aria, "Seek not to know what must not be reveal'd"
      • Movement 16, Trumpet Overture (Canzon and Adagio)
      • Movement 17a, Duet and Quartet, "Ah! Ah! How happy are we!"
      • Movement 18, 3rd Act Tune (Rondeau)
      • Movement 19, Aria, "They tell us that you mighty powers above"
      • Movement 20, 4th Act Tune
      • Movement 21a, Prelude and Chorus, "While thus we bow before your shrine"
      • Movement 21b, Aria, "You who at the altar stand"
      • Movement 21c, Prelude
      • Movement 21d, Chorus, "All dismal sounds thus on these off'rings wait"
      • Movement 22, Air
  • Z 631, Semi-Opera, The Tempest or The Enchanted Island (c. 1695)
    • Movement 1, Overture (Grave and Canzon)
    • Act 2
      • Movement 2, Duet (dialogue) and Chorus, "Where does the black fiend Ambition reside"
      • Movement 3, Prelude and Aria, "Arise, ye subterranean winds"
      • Movement 4, Dance
    • Act 3
      • Movement 5, Aria and Chorus, "Come unto these yellow sands"
      • Movement 6, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, "Full fathom five"
      • Movement 7, Aria and Ritornello, "Dry those eyes"
      • Movement 8, Prelude and Aria, "Kind fortune smiles"
    • Act 4
      • Movement 9, Dance – Dance of devils
      • Movement 10, Aria, "Dear pretty youth"
    • Act 5
      • Movement 11a, Recitative, "Great Neptune!"
      • Movement 11b–d, Aria and Ritornello, "Fair and serene"
      • Movement 12, Chorus and Ritornello, "The Nereids and the Tritons"
      • Movement 13, Aria, "Aeolus, you must appear"
      • Movement 14, Aria, "Your awful voice I hear"
      • Movement 15, Prelude and Aria, "Halcyon days"
      • Movement 16, Prelude and Aria, "See, see, the heavens smile"
      • Movement 17, Duet and Chorus, "No stars again shall hurt you"
  • Z 632, Semi-Opera, Timon of Athens (1694)
    • Movement 1, Overture
    • The Masque
      • Movement 2, Duet, "Hark! how the songsters of the grove"
      • Movement 3, Aria, "Love in their little veins inspires"
      • Movement 4, Trio, "But ah! how much are our delights"
      • Movement 5, Aria, "Hence! Hence! Hence with your trifling deity"
      • Movement 6, Chorus, "But over us no griefs prevail"
      • Movement 7, Aria, "Come all to me"
      • Movement 8, Chorus, "Who can resist such mighty, mighty charms"
      • Movement 9, Aria, "Return, revolting rebels"
      • Movement 10, Aria, "The cares of lovers"
      • Movement 11, Aria, Love quickly is pall'd"
      • Movement 12, Duet and Chorus, "Come, let us agree"
      • Movement 13, Curtain Tune on a Ground

Instrumentals [Z 641–860][edit]

  • Z 641, Air in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 642, Almand and Corant in A minor (Unknown)
  • Z 644, Corant in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 645, Ground on Gamut in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 646, A New Irish Tune in G major (1687)
  • Z 647, March in C major (1687)
  • Z 648, March in C major (1687)
  • Z 649, Minuet in A minor (1687)
  • Z 650, Minuet in A minor (1687)
  • Z 651, Minuet in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 652, Prelude in A minor (Unknown)
  • Z 653, Rigadoon in C major (1687)
  • Z 654, Saraband in A minor (Unknown)
  • Z 655, A New Scotch Tune in G major (1687)
  • Z 656, Sefauchi's Farewell in D minor (1687)
  • Z 660, Suite in G major (1696)
  • Z 661, Suite in G minor (1696)
  • Z 662, Suite in G major (1696)
  • Z 663, Suite in A minor (1696)
  • Z 665, Suite in C major (1687)
  • Z 666, Suite in C major (1696)
  • Z 667, Suite in D major (1696)
  • Z 668, Suite in D minor (1696)
  • Z 669, Suite in F major (1696)
  • Z 670, The Queen's Dolour in A minor (Unknown)
  • Z 716, Verse in F major (Unknown)
  • Z 717, Voluntary in C major (Unknown)
  • Z 718, Voluntary in D minor (Unknown)
  • Z 719, Voluntary in D minor (Unknown)
  • Z 720, Voluntary in G major (Unknown)
  • Z 721, Voluntary in A major on the 100th Psalm (Unknown)
  • Fantasies and In nomines (1680)
    • Z 730, Chacony in G minor
    • Z 731, Fantasy upon a Ground in D major/F major
    • Z 732, Fantasy in D minor
    • Z 733, Fantasy in F major
    • Z 734, Fantasy in G minor
    • Z 735, Fantasy in G minor
    • Z 736, Fantasy in B-flat major
    • Z 737, Fantasy in F major
    • Z 738, Fantasy in C minor
    • Z 739, Fantasy in D minor
    • Z 740, Fantasy in A minor
    • Z 741, Fantasy in E minor
    • Z 742, Fantasy in G major
    • Z 743, Fantasy in D minor
    • Z 744, Fantasy in A minor (incomplete)
    • Z 745, Fantasy upon One Note in F major
    • Z 746, In Nomine in G minor
    • Z 747, In Nomine, Dorian, in G minor
  • Z 748, Pavan in A major (1680)
  • Z 749, Pavan in A minor (1680)
  • Z 750, Pavan in B-flat major (1680)
  • Z 751, Pavan in G minor (1680)
  • Z 752, Pavan in G minor (1680)
  • Z 770, Overture in G minor (1680) – [This Z number is shared by a Suite in G major]
  • Z 771, Overture in D minor (Unknown)
  • Z 772, Overture in G minor (Unknown)
  • Z 780, Trio Sonata in G minor (Unknown)
  • Twelve Sonatas in Three Parts (c. 1680)
    • Z 790, Trio Sonata in G minor
    • Z 791, Trio Sonata in B-flat major
    • Z 792, Trio Sonata in D minor
    • Z 793, Trio Sonata in F major
    • Z 794, Trio Sonata in A minor
    • Z 795, Trio Sonata in C major
    • Z 796, Trio Sonata in E minor
    • Z 797, Trio Sonata in G major
    • Z 798, Trio Sonata in C minor
    • Z 799, Trio Sonata in A major
    • Z 800, Trio Sonata in F minor
    • Z 801, Trio Sonata in D major
  • Ten Sonatas in Four Parts (c. 1680)
    • Z 802, Trio Sonata in B minor
    • Z 803, Trio Sonata in E-flat major
    • Z 804, Trio Sonata in A minor
    • Z 805, Trio Sonata in D minor
    • Z 806, Trio Sonata in G minor
    • Z 807, Trio Sonata in G minor
    • Z 808, Trio Sonata in C major
    • Z 809, Trio Sonata in G minor
    • Z 810, Trio Sonata in F major (sometimes called "The Golden Sonata")
    • Z 811, Trio Sonata in D major
  • Z 850, Sonata in D major (1694)

Funeral Sentences and Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary [Z 860][edit]

  • Z 860, Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary: March and Canzona (1695)
  • Z 860 / Z 27 / Z 17 / Z 58c, Funeral Sentences

Works with non-standard Z number [ZD-ZT][edit]

  • ZD 4, Verse Anthem, "O god, they that love thy name" (Unknown)
  • ZD 171, Song, "A Poor blind woman" (Unknown)
  • ZD 172, Song, "When the cock begins to crow" (Unknown)
  • ZD 221, Keyboard Ground in C minor (Unknown)
  • ZD 222, Keyboard Ground in D minor (Unknown)
  • ZD 201, Song, "When night her purple veil had softly spread" (Unknown)
  • ZN 66, Verse Anthem, "If the Lord himself" (Unknown)
  • ZN 773, Keyboard Prelude in G minor/D minor (Unknown)
  • ZS 69, Song, "Sweet tyranness, I now resign" (1667)
  • ZS 70, Song, "Sweet tyranness, I now resign" (1678) – [Solo version of ZS 69]

Note: All the following are keyboard works

  • ZT 675, Air in D minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 676, Air in D minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 677, Canary in B-flat major (Unknown)
  • ZT 678, Trumpet Tune in C major (1696)
  • ZT 680, Chaconne in G minor (1696)
  • ZT 681, Ground in C minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 682, A New Ground in E minor (1687)
  • ZT 683, Hornpipe in B-flat major (Unknown)
  • ZT 684, Hornpipe in D minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 685, Hornpipe in E minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 686, Jig in G minor (1696)
  • ZT 687, March in C major (1696)
  • ZT 688, Minuet in D minor (1687)
  • ZT 689, Minuet in D minor (1687)
  • ZT 690, Overture in C minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 691, Overture in D major (Unknown)
  • ZT 692, Overture in D major (Unknown)
  • ZT 693/1, Overture in G minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 693/2, Air in G minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 694, Song Tune in C major (1687)
  • ZT 695, Song Tune in C major (1687)
  • ZT 696/1, Air in D minor (Unknown) – [2nd version of ZT 675]
  • ZT 696/2, Air in D minor (Unknown)
  • ZT 697, Trumpet Tune in C major (1696)
  • ZT 698, Trumpet Tune in C major (1696)

Works without Z number[edit]

  • Full Anthem, "I was glad when they said unto me" (originally attributed to John Blow) (1685)
  • Keyboard Air in F
  • Keyboard Prelude in C (attributed to Purcell)
  • Keyboard Voluntary (attributed to Purcell)

References[edit]