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Author: Bruno TurnerGeoffrey MitchellIan PartridgeThomas WeelkesJohn WardAll authors
Publisher: Hamburg, Western Germany : Telefunken, ©1980.
Series: Alte Werk.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Madrigals : Multiple forms : Part-songs : Songs : No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Part-songs; Madrigals; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Bruno Turner; Geoffrey Mitchell; Ian Partridge; Thomas Weelkes; John Ward; Thomas Morley; William Byrd; Thomas Tomkins; John Wilbye; Francis Pilkington; Robert Jones; John Dowland; Thomas Campion; Thomas Ford; Pro Cantione Antiqua.
OCLC Number: 16955912
Notes: Vocal ensembles ; sung in Latin or English.
Program notes in English, French, and German, and texts, with English and German translations of the Latin works, and German translations of the English works (20 p. : ill.) laid in container.
Performer(s): Pro Cantione Antiqua ; Bruno Turner, Geoffrey Mitchell, Ian Partridge, directors.
Description: 3 audio discs : 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Contents: Old Hall manuscript : [15th century sacred polyphony, in part with organ acc.]: Alma proles / John Cooke (4:25). Crux fidelis / John Dunstable (5:42). Qualis est dilectus / John? Forest (3:06). O crux gloriosa / Dunstable (4:30). Gloria / Pycard (2:50). Salve porta paradisi / Thomas Damett (1:16). Gaude virgo / Dunstable (5:24). Credo / Lionel Power (4:32). Albanus roseo rutilat / Dunstable (6:40). Agnus Dei / Robert Chirbury (2:08). Madrigals : [a cappella]: Those sweet delightful lilies (2:15) ; Some men desire spouses (2:52) / Thomas Weelkes. Retire, my troubled soul / John Ward (3:17). Hark jolly shepherds / Thomas Morley (1:57). Come woeful Orpheus / William Byrd (4:57). Come sirrah Jack ho! / Weelkes (1:14). O my thoughts surcease / Ward (2:05). Die now, my heart / Morley (3:20). O let me die for true love / Thomas Tomkins (4:32). Lady, when I beheld / John Wilbye (2:32). Come, let's begin to revel't out / Weelkes (1:53). Care for thy soul / Francis Pilkington (4:50). As matchless beauty (2:50) ; Weep, o mine eyes (2:16) / Wilbye. You black bright stars / Morley (1:31). Oyez, has any found a lad? / Tomkins (1:58). Lute songs : [a cappella, with lute, or with lute and viola da gamba]: Diaphenia / Pilkington (2:24). Thinkst thou Kate / Robert Jones (1:53). Down-a-down / Pilkington (2:53). A shepherd in a shade (3:04) ; Fine knacks for ladies (2:43) ; Where sin sore wounding (2:30) / John Dowland. Never weather-beaten sail (2:40) ; Jack and Jone (2:18) / Thomas Campion. Since first I saw (3:04) ; There is a lady (3:33) / Thomas Ford. I must complain / Dowland (3:27). A secret love / Campion (2:03). Sweet, stay awhile (4:26) ; Mr. Dowland's midnight (1:38) ; Now, oh now I needs must part (4:23) / Dowland.
Series Title: Alte Werk.
Other Titles: Old Hall manuscript.

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