1 : Amphion Anglicus for voice & continuo: Welcome Ev'ry Guest
2 : Amphion anglicus for voice & continuo: ah heav'n! what is't i hear?
3 : Amphion Anglicus for voice & continuo: Loving Above Himself
4 : Amphion Anglicus for voice & continuo: If I My Celia Could Persuade
5 : Amphion Anglicus for voice & continuo: The Fair Lover And His Black Mistress
6 : Amphion anglicus for voice & continuo: why weeps asteria?
7 : Ode on St. Cecilia's Day (1691), The Glorious Day is Come, for soloists, chorus & ensemble: The Spheres, Those Instruments Divine
8 : Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1684: Hark! How the Waken'd Strings Resound
9 : The Indian Queen, semi-opera, Z. 630: Ah! How Happy Are We
10 : If prayers and tears, song, z. 380
11 : Of old when heroes thought it base (Yorkshire Feast Song), ode for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 333: So! When The Glittering Queen Of Night
12 : Hail, bright Cecilia (Ode for St. Cecilia's Day), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 328: In Vain The Am'rous Flute
13 : Yes, daphne, in your looks i find (from the fairy queen), ground & aria, z. 629/45
14 : Celebrate this festival (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary), ode for 5 soloists, double chorus, 2 oboes, 2 trumpets & continuo, Z. 321: Crown The Altar
15 : Great parent, hail! (Ode for the Centenary of Trinity College, Dublin), for soloists, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 327: After War's Alarms Repeated