All At Once Well Met: English Madrigals

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Emi Classics
  • UPC: 077774926522
  • Catalog Number: 49265


Disc 1
  1. 1 A Little Pretty Bonny Lass (1:13)
  2. 2 Weepe No More, Thou Sorry Boy for 4 voices (2:51)
  3. 3 Shoot, false love, I care not, madrigal for 5 voices (2:28)
  4. 4 Now is the month of maying, madrigal for 5 voices (1:49)
  5. 5 Four arms, two necks, one wreathing, madrigal for 3 voices (1:56)
  6. 6 Harke all ye lovely saints above, madrigal for 5 voices (2:53)
  7. 7 Since Robin Hood, madrigal for 3 voices (1:05)
  8. 8 Though Philomela lost hir love, madrigal for 3 voices (0:57)
  9. 9 O Wretched Man, madrigal (3:34)
  10. 10 Weep, O mine Eyes (from Madrigals to four voyces) (2:18)
  11. 11 The Nightingale the organ of delight, madrigal for 3 voices (1:01)
  12. 12 Come sirrah Jack, hoe, madrigal for 3 voices (1:54)
  13. 13 Cruell, Behold My Heavie Ending, madrigal (2:52)
  14. 14 Fair Phyllis I Saw Sitting All Alone (1:15)
  15. 15 Sing wee and chaunt it, madrigal for 5 voices (1:40)
  16. 16 On a faire morning, madrigal for 4 voices (1:15)
  17. 17 Oft I have vowed how dearly I did love thee, madrigal (No. 20, The Seco (3:29)
  18. 18 Is love a boy?, madrigal for 4 voices (3:44)
  19. 19 Say, Love if ever thou didst find, for 4 voices & lute (Third Book of S (1:53)
  20. 20 All at once well met faire ladies, madrigal for 5 voices (1:19)
  21. 21 Construe My Meaning (1:55)
  22. 22 Lord when I thinke, madrigal for 3 voices (1:49)
  23. 23 Cruell, wilt thou persever?, madrigal for 5 voices (2:12)
  24. 24 Fine knacks for ladies, for 4 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs) (2:25)
  25. 25 Strike it up tabor, madrigal for 3 voices (1:33)
  26. 26 I love, alas, I love thee, madrigal for 5 voices (1:19)
  27. 27 Farewell, Dear Love (2:27)
  28. 28 See, See the Shepheards' Queene for 5 voices (madrigal) (1:58)
  29. 29 Have I Found Her (1:44)
  30. 30 Lady, Your Words Do Spite Me, madrigal (1:51)
  31. 31 Were I a King (2:29)
  32. 32 Come Again, Sweet Love Doth Now Invite (2:18)
  33. 33 Tan ta ra ran tan tant, cryes Mars, madrigal for 3 voices (1:31)
  34. 34 Why Should I Love? (2:43)
  35. 35 This sweet and merry month of May, madrigal for 6 voices (SSATTB) (2:01)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
King's Singers Primary Artist, Vocals, Ensemble
Jeremy Jackman Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Nigel Perrin Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Robert Spencer Lute, Bandora
Bill Ives Tenor (Vocal)
Brian Kay Bass (Vocal)
Anthony Holt Baritone (Vocal)
John Fraser Tabor
Alastair Hume Vocals
Simon Carrington Baritone (Vocal)
Alastair Thompson Tenor (Vocal)
Technical Credits
John Willan Producer
Frank Dobbins translation
Gery Bramall Liner Note Translation
Christopher Bishop Producer
Robert Claxton Cover Design
Nicole Valencia translation
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sumptuous and mellow.

    The six men of the King¿s Singers present sweet, light-hearted madrigals of such English composers as Morley, Weelkes, Dowland, Wilbye and Byrd. The thirty five selections include ¿Now is the Month of Maying¿, ¿Though Philomela Lost Her Love¿, ¿Sing We and Chant It,¿ the celebration of tobacco entitled ¿Come, Sirrah Jack, Ho!¿ and a host of other fa-la-la-la-la venues interspersed with wistful laments. I love the rich, sonorous sound of a male vocal ensemble, with countertenors, tenor, baritones and bass, and these six singers do a great job. Occasional instrumental accompaniments by lute and tabor are included, but this group doesn¿t really need it--I could listen to them for hours all by themselves. Also quite enjoyable, as well as educational, is their earlier release, ¿The King¿s Singers¿ Madrigal History Tour: Italy, England, France, Spain and Germany¿. For a more risque¿ take on the vocal music of Renaissance England, you might get a kick out of ¿The Art of the Bawdy Song¿ by the Baltimore Consort with the Merry Companions.

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