HENRY PURCELL
 Two Latin Motets  
1 Johova, quam multi sunt hostes mei 5:59
 Simon Berridge tenor
 Simon Birchall bass
2 Miserere mei 1:10
   
 Funeral Sentences  
3 Man that is born of a woman 2:38
4 In the midst of life 4:49
5 Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts (first setting) 3:31
   
 Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary  
6 Incassum, Lesbia, incassum rogas 7:14
   
 Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, 1692 Love's goddess sure was blind  
7 Symphony 5:06
8 Love's goddess sure was blind this day 3:00
 Simon Berridge
9 Those eyes that form, that lofty mien 1:21
 Simon Birchall
10 Sweetness of nature, and true wit 2:44
 Simon Berridge tenor I
 Neil MacKenzie tenor II
 David Woodcock violin
 Helen Orsler violin
11 Long may she reign over this Isle 2:47
 Libby Crabtree soprano
12 May her blest example chase 2:02
 Neil MacKenzie
13 Many such days may she behold 3:08
 Simon Berridge
 Simon Birchall
14 May she to heaven late return 2:58
   
 Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary  
15 O dive custos auricae domus 6:38
 Carys Lane soprano duet
 Libby Crabtree soprano duet
   
 The Complete Funeral Music for Queen Mary (1695) Order of Service at The Burial of the Dead  
 JAMES PAISIBLE
16 The Queen's Farewell 4:29
 HENRY PURCELL
17 March 1:43
 THOMAS TOLLETT
18 The Queen's Farewell 2:51
 HENRY PURCELL
19 March 1:29
 THOMAS MORLEY
20 I am the resurrection and the life 1:20
21 I know that my redeemer liveth 1:37
22 We brought nothing into this world 1:41
23 Man that is born of a woman 1:14
24 In the midst of life 1:23
 HENRY PURCELL
25 Thos knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts 1:57
26 Canzona 2:28
 THOMAS MORLEY
27 I heard a voice from heaven 1:33
   
 Harry Christophers