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JANE AUSTEN COLLECTION - Music from the Austen Family Collection Performed on Historic Instruments (Le Concert Royal)


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Track Details

Traditional
Traditional - lyricist(s)
1 The Highland Laddie (arr. F.J. Haydn)- 00:02:58
Traditional
Traditional - lyricist(s)
2 The Yellow Hair'd Laddie (arr. L. Kozeluch)- 00:03:11
3 Peaty's Mill (arr. of S. Paxton's Cello Sonata in D major)- 00:01:53


4 Sense and Sensibility: Marianne compares Edward's lack of sensibility with Willoughby- 00:01:13
5 Sonata No. 5 in E minor: Andantino- 00:02:45


6 Sense and Sensibility: Marianne has been abandoned by Willoughby- 00:01:14
Anonymous
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
7 The Mansion of Peace- 00:03:43
Webbe, Samuel
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
8 Time hath not thinn'd my flowing hair- 00:03:19
9 William (after J. Haydn's Keyboard Sonata No. 48 in C major, Hob.XVI:35: I. Allegro con brio)- 00:02:32
10 Extract from a letter from Jane to her sister Cassandra (5 September 1796) - Boulangeries- 00:01:20
11 Cymon and Iphegenia (excerpts)- 00:09:07
Extract from a letter from Jane to her sister Cassandra (27 December 1808) - La Caravane Du Caire: Air de Ballets- 00:01:27
12 Extract from a letter from Jane to her sister Cassandra (27 December 1808) - Air de Ballets de la Caravane 00:01:27
13 The Wedding Day- 00:04:23
14 The Nightingale- 00:01:31


15 Emma: Mrs. Cole tells of the mysterious arrival of a pianoforte for Jane Fairfax- 00:01:16
16 The Shepherd's son, Hob.XXX1a:106- 00:03:27
17 Extract from a letter from Jane to her sister Cassandra (15 January 1796) - The Irishman- 00:02:25