Traditional Glees & Madrigals - CD


 

£4.25

ALC1095
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Pro Cantione Antiqua with Mark Brown & Sir Philip Ledger in a programme of renaissance a capella vocal music (madrigals) & later unaccompanied pieces (glees). Alto, Aug. 2010

Barnby - Kiss, The; Sweet and low

Beale - Come let us join the roundelay

Bishop, H R - Foresters sound the cheerful horn

Bridge, Frederick - The Goslings; Two Snails

Byrd - Though Amaryllis dance in green

Cavendish - Come, gentle swains

Cooke, B - Epitaph On A Dormouse

Cooke, T - Strike The Lyre

Elgar - As torrents in summer

Gibbons - Ah, dear heart; O That The Learned Poets

Morley - April is in My Mistress' Face; Fyre! Fyre; My bonny lass she smileth

Paxton, W - Breathe Soft, Ye Winds

Pearsall - O who will o'er the downs so free; There is a paradise on earth; Waters of Elle

Ramsey, R - Sleep, fleshy birth

Smart, G T - The Squirrel

Sullivan - The long day closes

Tomkins - Music divine, proceeding from above

Vautor - Sweet Suffolk Owl

Weelkes - Hark All Ye Lovely Saints; Thus Sings My Dearest Jewel