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Elizabethan madrigals, canzonets [and] balletts : with incidental virginal interludes.

Author: Thomas Morley; Noah Greenberg; Blanche Winogron; New York Pro Musica Antiqua. Primavera Singers.
Publisher: Esoteric, [1953]
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Morley; Noah Greenberg; Blanche Winogron; New York Pro Musica Antiqua. Primavera Singers.
OCLC Number: 2742293
Notes: Title from container.
Program notes by Noah Greenberg on container.
Performer(s): Blanche Winogron, virginal; Primavera Singers of the New York Pro Musica Antiqua; Noah Greenberg, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded May 1953.
Contents: First booke of balletts to five voyces, 1595: Sing we and chant it. Now is the month of Maying. Lady, those cherries plenty. My bonny lass she smileth. Lo, she flied when I woo her. Leave this tormenting and strange anguish. Fire! fire! my heart!--Canzonets of little short songs to three voyces, 1593: Cease, mine eyes.--First booke of canzonets to two voyces, 1595: Miraculous love's wounding. I go before, my darling.--Madrigalls to foure voyces ... the first booke, 1594: Now is the gentle season freshly flowering. The fields abroad. Clorinda false, adieu, thy love torments me.--Phyllis, I fain would die now, a dialogue to seven voyces.--Virginal interludes: Galiarda. Goe from my window, by Morley.--Barafostus' dreame; Irishe dumpe; Can she (anon.).
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