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Part Songs [sound recording]: Englische Kneipenlieder ; Lautenlieder

Brown, Mark (conductor); Ravenscroft, Thomas; Bennett, John; Pearce, Edward; Browne, Richard; Isham, John; Coleman, Edward; Purcell, Henry; Pilkington, Francis; Jones, Robert; Dowland, John; Campion, Thomas; Pro Cantione Antiqua
Format
Sound Recording; CD
Description
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series
Alte Werk
Publication
Hamburg : Teldec, p1980.
Publisher no.
8.43443 Teldec
Tracks
  • Hey ho, to the greenwood now let us go / T. Ravenscroft
  • Luer falconers / J. Bennett
  • Hey trola, trola / E. Piers
  • We cats when assembled at midnight / R. Brown
  • Round about in a fair ring / J. Bennett
  • Yonder comes a courteous knight / Ravenscroft
  • Since time so kind to us does prove / H. Purcell
  • I cannot come every day to woo / Ravenscroft
  • Once, twice, thrice, I Julia try'd / Purcell
  • Tomorrow the fox will come to towne; Canst thou love and lie alone / Ravenscroft
  • Celia learning on a spinnet / J. Isum
  • Who liveth so merry; Long have we bin perplext; Hey ho, nobody at home; Give us once a drink / Ravenscroft
  • Would you know how we meet / Purcell
  • The glories of our Birth and State / E. Coleman
  • Under this stone / Purcell
  • Who's the fool now? / Ravenscroft
  • Diaphenia / F. Pilkington
  • Thinkst thou Kate / R. Jones
  • Down-a-down / Pilkington
  • A shepherd in a shade; Fine knacks for ladies; Where sin sore wounding / J. Dowland
  • Never weather-beaten sail; Jack and Jone / Thomas Campion.
Performers
Pro Cantione Antiqua, male septet ; Mark Brown, conductor.
Notes
  • For 3-7 male voices, unacc. or with lute.
  • Compact disc.
  • Program notes in German, French, and English and texts in English with German translation (36 p.) inserted in container.
Technical Details

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    a| Hey ho, to the greenwood now let us go / T. Ravenscroft -- Luer falconers / J. Bennett -- Hey trola, trola / E. Piers -- We cats when assembled at midnight / R. Brown -- Round about in a fair ring / J. Bennett -- Yonder comes a courteous knight / Ravenscroft -- Since time so kind to us does prove / H. Purcell -- I cannot come every day to woo / Ravenscroft -- Once, twice, thrice, I Julia try'd / Purcell -- Tomorrow the fox will come to towne; Canst thou love and lie alone / Ravenscroft -- Celia learning on a spinnet / J. Isum -- Who liveth so merry; Long have we bin perplext; Hey ho, nobody at home; Give us once a drink / Ravenscroft -- Would you know how we meet / Purcell -- The glories of our Birth and State / E. Coleman -- Under this stone / Purcell -- Who's the fool now? / Ravenscroft -- Diaphenia / F. Pilkington -- Thinkst thou Kate / R. Jones -- Down-a-down / Pilkington -- A shepherd in a shade; Fine knacks for ladies; Where sin sore wounding / J. Dowland -- Never weather-beaten sail; Jack and Jone / Thomas Campion.
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    a| Pro Cantione Antiqua, male septet ; Mark Brown, conductor.
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    a| Sung in English.
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    a| 14
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    a| Part songs, English.
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    a| Songs with lute.
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    a| Glees, catches, rounds, etc.
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    a| Drinking songs.
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    a| Brown, Mark c| (Conductor)
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    a| Ravenscroft, Thomas, d| 1592?-1635? t| Songs. k| Selections.
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    a| Bennett, John, d| 1570-1615. t| Songs. k| Selections.
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    a| Pearce, Edward, d| approximately 1560-approximately 1613. t| Hey trola, trola.
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    a| Browne, Richard, d| ?-1710. t| We cats when assembled at midnight.
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    a| Isham, John, d| ca. 1680-1726. t| Celia learning on a spinnet.
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    a| Coleman, Edward, d| 1633-1669. t| Glories of our Birth and State.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Songs. k| Selections.
    700
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    a| Pilkington, Francis, d| -1638. t| Songs. k| Selections.
    700
    1
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    a| Jones, Robert, d| active 1597-1615. t| Thinkst thou Kate.
    700
    1
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    a| Dowland, John, d| 1563?-1626. t| Songs. k| Selections.
    700
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    a| Campion, Thomas, d| 1567-1620. t| Songs k| Selections.
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    a| Pro Cantione Antiqua.
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    a| CD 01158 w| ALPHANUM i| X001345891 l| BY-REQUEST m| IVY t| MUSIC-CD

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