A Trip to Killburn: Playford Tunes and Their Ballads

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  • Release Date: 6/18/1996
  • Label: Dorian Recordings
  • UPC: 053479023827
  • Catalog Number: 90238

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Beggar Boy - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:58)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  2. 2 Newcastle (The English Dancing Master, 1651) - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:51)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  3. 3 All in a garden green (The English Dancing Master, 1651) - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:53)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  4. 4 Parsons Farewell - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:31)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  5. 5 Jon come kisse me now (Musick's Delight on the Cithren, 1666) - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:53)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  6. 6 French Report (Tune of "À la mode de France" or "Nonesuch") - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (5:08)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  7. 7 Mulberry Garden - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (2:51)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  8. 8 Scots Rant - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (3:25)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  9. 9 Trip to Killburn - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (4:07)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  10. 10 Broom of Cowdenknows (Tune of "The Bonny Broom") - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (4:33)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  11. 11 Joviall Broome Man (Tune of Jamaica) - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (5:35)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  12. 12 Lull Me Beyond Thee - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (2:40)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  13. 13 Italian Rant - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:33)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  14. 14 Famous Ratcatcher (Tune of "Tom a Bedlam" or "The Jovial Tinker") - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (5:29)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  15. 15 Jenny Pluck Pears - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (2:31)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  16. 16 Bobbing Joe - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:32)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  17. 17 Merry, Merry Milkmaids - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (1:31)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
  18. 18 Beautiful Shepherdess of Arcadia (Tune of "The Shepherd's Daughter" or "Parson upon Dorothy") - John Playford & Mary Anne Ballard (10:14)
    Composed byJohn Playford
    Performed byBaltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fun, frolicsome and utterly delightful!

    This six member ensemble whips up spirited improvisations of popular Renaissance ballads and dances from England by combining voice, wooden flute, recorder, bagpipes, rebec, lute, viols, cittern and Baroque guitar into a "broken consort" (a group of instruments that are not all of the same kind)(well, obviously!). A "Playford tune" is one that was published by John Playford in 1651 in his musical anthology, "The English Dancing Master". Tracks that are especially fun are "The French Report", "The Joviall Broome Man", "The Famous Ratketcher" and "The Beautiful Shepherdess of Arcadia". What is particularly wonderful to those familiar with English country dancing is to hear soprano Custer La Rue sing some of the ballads related to favorite dance tunes. If you like these ballads, you may also enjoy The Baltimore Consort's "The Art of the Bawdy Song" with guest singers The Merry Companions.

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