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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Cordier; Stephen Stubbs; Tragicomedia (Musical group)
|Notes:||Elizabethan ballad tunes, for voice, unacc. or with various acc., or in instrumental settings for harp (3rd, 12th and 15th works), lute (5th work), flute (8th and 18th works), or consort (7th, 10th and 14th works).
Program notes and notes on the instruments by Stephen Stubbs, and texts (10 p. : ports.)--included.
|Performer(s):||David Cordier, countertenor ; Tragicomedia (Erin Headley, viola da gamba ; Andrew Lawrence-King, harps ; Thomas Albert, violin ; Nancy Hadden, Renaissance flute) ; Stephen Stubbs, lute and director.|
|Event notes:||Recorded Apr. 20-21, 1988, in St. Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, London.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||My mind to me a kingdom is / anonymous ; text by Sir Edward Dyer (2:11) --
My mind to me a kingdom is / anonymous (1:31) --
When Daphne from fair Phoebus did fly / Richard Nicholson (2:45) --
In a merry May morn / anonymous, from the Jane Pickering lute book (1:24) --
The leaves be green / Thomas Morley (3:01) --
See, see, mine own sweet jewel / John Dowland ; arranged by Thomas Morley (2:20) --
Lachrimae to the consort / anonymous (4:53) --
Daphne / William Byrd (3:15) --
Lullaby, my sweet little baby / Tobias Hume (4:00) --
The virgin's muse / anonymous (British Library Add. MS 15117) (4:33) --
The willow song / anonymous (5:36) --
Greensleeves / anonymous (4:07) --
Fortune, my foe / Thomas Morley (5:00) --
Joyne hands / anonymous (1:21) --
Jog on / anonymous ; John Dowland (1:14) --
Go from my window / anonymous (4:01) --
Greensleeves / anonymous (3:32) --
Fortune, my foe / John Bennet (:52) --
Venus' birds / anonymous (British Library Add. MS 15117) (1:49) --
O death, rock me asleep / anonymous (3:36).