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viernes, 3 de mayo de 2013

William Shakespeare: Ages of Song (LP) - Martin Best

William Shakespeare: Ages of Song (LP)
Martin Best

    Cara A

  1. (a) Jog On (from Playford's Catch as Catch Can, 1667)
    (b) Carman's Whistle (16th century, mixed sources)
  2. (a) The Fryar and the Nun (from Playford's Dancing Master, 1651)
    (b) New Nothing (from Playford's Dancing Master, 1651)
  3. O Mistress Mine (from Thomas Morley's Consort Lessons, 1599)
  4. Almaine (anon.)
  5. (a) Bonny Sweet Robin (from Thomas Robinson's School of Musicke, 1603)
    (b) Robin Hood and the Tanner (trad.)
  6. (a) Night Peece (from Playford's Dancing Master, 1651)
    (b) Kemp's Jegge or Jig (from the Dancing Master, 1686)
  7. The Willow Song (anon.)
  8. Farewell, Dear Love (from Robert Jones' First Book of Songs and Ayres, 1600)
  9. When Daffodils Begin to Peere (adapted to Anthony Holborne's The Fairy Round)

    Cara B

    PART I
  1. Where the Bee Sucks (Thomas Arne, 1746)
  2. Fife Tune and Last Ballett (Charles Dibdin, 1769)
  3. Come Away, Death (Thomas Arne, 1741)
  4. When That I Was a Little Tiny Boy (Joseph Vernon, 1772)
  5. PART II
  6. Sounds and Sweet Ayres (Guy Woolfenden, 1978)
    (a) Come Unto These Yellow Sands
    (b) Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind
    (c) You Spotted Snakes

Intérpretes: Martin Best (voice, lute, baroque and classical guitar)
with (cara A)
The Broadside Band: Jeremy Barlow (recorders), Rosemary Thorndycraft (treble, bass, division viols), George Weigand (cittern, orpharion, mandora, division lute), Alastair McLachlan (violin, rebec)
and (cara B, pistas 1-4)
The Barlow Baroque Players: Jeremy Barlow (baroque flute), Alastair McLachlan and John Trussler (baroque violins), Marilyn Sansom (baroque cello), Michael Steer (harpsichord)
and (
cara B, pista 5)
William Bennett (flute), Simon Standage (violin), Eric Hill (guitar), Marilyn Sansom (cello), Daryl Runswick (bass), Stephen Henderson (percussion), Guy Woolfenden (conductor)


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Fecha de grabación: 1979

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