The Libertine, Z.600

The Libertine Destroyed, Incidental Music, Z.600 is a piece for SAB voices + trumpets, strings and continuo composed by Henry Purcell. The piece has three movements and was composed in 1692. The libretto was written by Thomas Shadwell.

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Sheet Music The Libertine, Z.600 - Complete score (For Mixed Chorus - Marmouzet) Preview Download
Sheet Music The Libertine, Z.600 - Complete Score (For Voice and Piano - Cummings) Preview Download

Music recordings

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Recording Nymphs and shepherds (For Trumpet and Organ - Rondeau) Download
Recording Nymphs and shepherds (For Oboe and Piano - Fitzgerald) Download

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