Ah! How Sweet it is to Love

Songs for the Theatre by Purcell, Clarke and Eccles (including several world premiere recordings) Carolyn Sinclair, soprano, Michael Jarvis, harpsichord and Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello, includes 27 songs and two harpsichord suites. Hungaroton Classic Website Hungaroton label 31602

Henry Purcell [1659-1695]
Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Margaret Gay, barqoue 'cello; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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Songs for the Theatre by Purcell, Clarke and Eccles (including several world premiere recordings) Carolyn Sinclair, soprano, Michael Jarvis, harpsichord and Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello, includes 27 songs and two harpsichord suites. Hungaroton Classic Website Hungaroton label 31602

Jeremiah Clarke [c.1674-1707]
Aire [T.450]
Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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Songs for the Theatre by Purcell, Clarke and Eccles (including several world premiere recordings) Carolyn Sinclair, soprano, Michael Jarvis, harpsichord and Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello, includes 27 songs and two harpsichord suites. Hungaroton Classic Website Hungaroton label 31602

Jeremiah Clarke [c.1674-1707]
Gavott [T.455]
Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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Songs for the Theatre by Purcell, Clarke and Eccles (including several world premiere recordings) Carolyn Sinclair, soprano, Michael Jarvis, harpsichord and Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello, includes 27 songs and two harpsichord suites. Hungaroton Classic Website Hungaroton label 31602

Jeremiah Clarke [c.1674-1707]
Hornpipe Round O
Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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A Baroque Christmas

includes original versions of well-loved Christmas songs as well as little-known Christmas music from the Baroque era. This CD follows the Baroque Players of Hamilton's incredibly well-received Christmas TV special, also entitled "A Baroque Christmas". This CD includes the beloved Canadian "Huron Carol" in Huron and French, the French-Canadian favourite "D'ou viens-tu, bergere?", plus "O Jesulein suss", "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks", "Rejoice Greatly" (from Handel's Messiah) and other lovely songs and instrumental pieces. ATMA Classique Website ATMA ACD22174 - Distribution SRI.

traditional 17th-century Provençal (arr. Jarvis)
Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello; Michael Jarvis harpsichord (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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includes original versions of well-loved Christmas songs as well as little-known Christmas music from the Baroque era. This CD follows the Baroque Players of Hamilton's incredibly well-received Christmas TV special, also entitled "A Baroque Christmas". This CD includes the beloved Canadian "Huron Carol" in Huron and French, the French-Canadian favourite "D'ou viens-tu, bergere?", plus "O Jesulein suss", "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks", "Rejoice Greatly" (from Handel's Messiah) and other lovely songs and instrumental pieces. ATMA Classique Website ATMA ACD22174 - Distribution SRI.

Jean-François Dandrieu [1682-1738]
Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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includes original versions of well-loved Christmas songs as well as little-known Christmas music from the Baroque era. This CD follows the Baroque Players of Hamilton's incredibly well-received Christmas TV special, also entitled "A Baroque Christmas". This CD includes the beloved Canadian "Huron Carol" in Huron and French, the French-Canadian favourite "D'ou viens-tu, bergere?", plus "O Jesulein suss", "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks", "Rejoice Greatly" (from Handel's Messiah) and other lovely songs and instrumental pieces. ATMA Classique Website ATMA ACD22174 - Distribution SRI.

17th-century French Canadian (arr. Jarvis)
Jesous Ahatonhia
Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Margaret Gay, baroque 'cello; Michael Jarvis harpsichord (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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Other Recordings

Jean-François Dandrieu [1682-1738]
Michael Jarvis, organ

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G.F. Handel [1685-1759]
Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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Live Performances

W.A. Mozart [1756-1791]
Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Barbara Wolff, after Schantz, c.1800)

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W.A. Mozart [1756-1791]
Ellen Hargis, soprano; Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Barbara Wolff, after Schantz, c.1800)

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F.J. Haydn [1732-1809]
Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Barbara Wolff, after Schantz, c.1800)

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Clara Schumann [1819-1896]
Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Chickering, Boston: 1857)

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Felix Mendelssohn [1809-1847]
Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Chickering, Boston: 1857)

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G.F. Handel [1685-1759], arr. ca. 1860 by G.A. Thomas
Michael Jarvis and Christopher Bagan, fortepiano four-hands (Wolf copy of Shantz, ca. 1800)

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Hummel, Johann Nepomuk [1778-1837]
Paul Luchkow, violin and Michael Jarvis fortepiano (Craig Tomlinson after Walther, 1800)

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The Luchkow Jarvis Duo

J.N. Hummel [1778-1837]
Paul Luchkow, violin; Nathan Whittaker, classical 'cello; Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Craig Tomlinson, Vancouver 2005 after Walter, 1800)

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G.F. Handel [1685-1759]
Paul Luchkow, baroque violin; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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W.A. Mozart [1756-1791]
Paul Luchkow, baroque violin; Michael Jarvis, fortepiano (Craig Tomlinson, Vancouver 2005 after Walter, 1800)

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Jean-Marie Leclair [1697-1764]
Paul Luchkow, baroque violin; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (Yves Beaupré, Montréal 1992, after Gräbner 1774)

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Archipelago. Alison Melville, recorder & traverso

A. Corelli [1653-1713]
Alison Melville, alto recorder; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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G.P. Telemann [1681-1767]
Alison Melville, alto recorder; Derek Conrod, natural horn; Mary Cyr, viola da gamba; Michael Jarvi, harpsichord (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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She's sweetest when she's naked. Alison Melville, baroque flute and recorder

Alexander Munro [1697?-1767?]
Alison Melville, alto recorder; Mary-Katherine Finch, baroque 'cello; Michael Jarvis (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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James Oswald [1711-1769]
Alison Melville, alto recorder; Mary-Katherine Finch, baroque 'cello; Michael Jarvis (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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James Oswald [1711-1769]
Alison Melville, alto recorder; Mary-Katherine Finch, baroque 'cello; Michael Jarvis (David Jensen, Winnipeg 1996, after Blanchet, 1765)

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NEW RELEASE!!!! Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Sonatas for Fortepiano and Violin/Viola, Op. 5

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AN EXCERPT FROM OUR NEW CD!!!: Johann Nepomuk Hummel [1778-1837]
Rondo
Michael Jarvis, fortepiano [anon., Viennese style, c.1800], Paul Luchkow, violin

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Harpsichord