Pachelbel, Canon in D
"When I am Laid in Earth," from Purcell's Dido and Aeneas
The recording begins with the recitative "Thy Hand, Belinda..." and then continues into the aria ("When I am Laid in Earth") around 0:57.
Antonio Vivaldi, "Spring" Concerto from the Four Seasons (Op. 8, No. 1) - I. Allegro
J. S. Bach, "Little" Fugue in G Minor, BWV 578
J.S. Bach, Suite No. 3 for Solo Cello in C Major, V. Bourrées I & II
Here is *my* video with the form in it and the Mark Morris Dance Company. I haven't put it up on youtube because I think it would be a little too much like stealing. So this is streaming from my hosting co., is not going to be free data on T-Mobile or whatever.
On our youtube playlist I substitute this slightly amusing instance from TV history:
J. S. Bach. Cantata No. 140, "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme"
This includes the part we will study for the quiz, and then keeps going into a recitative that we don't need. Should be easy to tell the difference.
Handel, Messiah, "There Were Shepherds..." and "Glory to God"