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Album: Angels Hide Their Faces: Dawn Upshaw Sings Bach and Purcell

Artist: Dawn Upshaw

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 Warner Bros. Records Manufactued & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing

Tracklist For Angels Hide Their Faces: Dawn Upshaw Sings Bach and Purcell By Artist Dawn Upshaw

Title Artist Time
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Music for a While Dawn Upshaw 3:22 USD 0.99
2
I Attempt from Love's Sickness Dawn Upshaw 1:46 USD 0.99
3
Ah! How Sweet It Is to Love Dawn Upshaw 2:51 USD 0.99
4
Lord, What Is Man Dawn Upshaw 5:37 USD 0.99
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Hark! How All Things Dawn Upshaw 1:56 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 2:05 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199. Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 8:19 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 0:59 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 7:28 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 0:15 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 1:41 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 0:47 USD 0.99
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Cantata BWV 199, Mein Herze sc Dawn Upshaw 2:22 USD 0.99
14
If Music Be the Food of Love Dawn Upshaw 3:47 USD 0.99
15
The Blessed Virgin's Expostula Dawn Upshaw 7:37 USD 0.99
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An Evening Hymn on a Ground Dawn Upshaw 4:05 USD 0.99

Reviews For Angels Hide Their Faces: Dawn Upshaw Sings Bach and Purcell By Artist Dawn Upshaw

  • Excellent

    5
    By Black Cat
    Without any doubd Upshaw once again proves how powerful and meaningful a serious performance can be. Technically and musically, perfect! A must have recording!

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