Tudor Age Music (CD)

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Trinity Baroque

Forbury & Holbein Consorts with Trinity Baroque : Court dances and ballads

More music from the Tudor Age, this time concentrated more on established composers of the day in lighter mood, such as Dowland, Gibbons (his famous “Silver Swan”), Morley, Deering, Weelkes. Again, dances and courting songs feature.

“It`s not a comprehensive representation of styles, forms, and composers, but just a sampling of secular music from Tudor England, the kind of things ordinary people might have heard, played, or sung…Hassler`s “Ach Weh Des Leiden”, an intense and beautiful little madrigal…will keep me coming back.”
David Vernier – Classics Today

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Tracklisting:

  1. All in a garden green - Anon
  2. The silver swan - Gibbons
  3. My Lord Willoughby’s welcome home - Dowland
  4. Weep, O miine eyes - Benet
  5. Galliard - Anon
  6. Rubum Quem - Tye
  7. The silver swan - Gibbons
  8. Horse’s bransle - Anon, arr. Crumpler
  9. Pavana and Gallyard - Anon
  10. April is in my mistress’ face - Morley
  11. Queine of Ingland’s Pavan & Gallyard - Anon
  12. Ach, weh des leiden - Hassler
  13. Almaine - Deering
  14. Sweet Suffolk owl - Vautor
  15. Fortune my foe - Dowland
  16. Sellenger’s round - Anon, arr. Crumpler
  17. Come away, come, sweet love - Dowland
  18. Pavan lesquercade - Anon, arr. Pope
  19. Come again! Sweet love doth now invite - Dowland
  20. Pavane - de Terte
  21. Hark, all ye lovely saints above - Weelkes
  22. Lachrimae antiquae pavane - Dowland
  23. Oyez, has any found a lad? - Tomkins
  24. In nomine ‘Trust’ - Tye
  25. George Whitehead - Dowland
  26. Ay me, that life should yet remain - Lichfield
  27. La Volta - Anon, arr. Crumpler