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Nutmeg and ginger : spicy ballads from Shakespeare's London.

Author: Philip PickettWilliam WigthorpValentin HaussmannGiles FarnabyWilliam BradeAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Philips, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Songs; Ballads; Pavanes; Dance forms
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Pickett; William Wigthorp; Valentin Haussmann; Giles Farnaby; William Brade; John Dowland; Musicians of the Globe.
OCLC Number: 42697377
Notes: "Including music by William Wigthorpe, Valentin Haussmann, Giles Farnaby, William Brade, John Dowland and others"--Container.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Peter Holman and texts of songs (16 p.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Musicians of the Globe ; Philip Pickett, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded at Henry Wood Hall, London, May 1996.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Daphne : setting à 5 / by William Wigthorpe (3:35) --
Nutmeg and ginger : anon. setting for mixed consort (1:50) --
Watkins ale : anon. setting for voice and mixed consort (5:48) --
(Nancie) : setting à 5 / by Valentin Haussmann (2:33) --
The London prentice : to the tune of Nancie (2:45) --
Greensleeves : anon. setting for 2 lutes (4:43) --
Loath to depart : keyboard setting / by Giles Farnaby (3:46) --
The cutpurse : tune adapted from Packington's pound --
(Daphne) : setting à 5 / by William Wigthorpe (4:06) --
Dulcina : Türkische Intrada : setting for 5 strings / by William Brade (1:39) --
The miller : to the tune of Nutmeg and ginger (6:31) --
Fortune my foe : anon. setting for mixed consort (1:13) --
Lie still, my dear : to the tune of Loath to depart, anon. setting for voice and lute (1:38) --
Lord Willoughby's welcome home : setting for 2 lutes / by John Dowland and anon. (1:42) --
How can the tree : anon. setting for soprano and 4 viols / words by Thomas, Lord Vaux (3:53) --
Pavan : setting à 5 / by Valentin Haussmann, based on Roland/Lord Willoughby (3:36) --
Galliard : setting à 5 / by Valentin Haussmann, based on Roland/Lord Willoughby (1:11) --
Go, silly note : for voice and lute / Thomas Campion ; words partly by Thomas Campion (9:03) --
Come hither : setting à 5 / by William Wigthorpe to the tune of Roland/Lord Willoughby (1:40) --
Dulcina : for voice with mixed consort (2:30) --
Dido was the Carthage queen : setting for voice and lute / by George Mason or John Earsden (2:32) --
Packington's pound : setting for keyboard / by Benjamin Cosyn (4:57) --
Sellinger's round : anon. setting for mixed consort (1:56).
Other Titles: Spicy ballads from Shakespeare's London

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