Crystal Tears [CD+DVD]

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New York Times - Allan Kozinn
Mr. Scholl uses the interpretive arsenal of a modern singer. In a song like Dowland?s supremely melancholy ?Come, Heavy Sleep? he uses dynamic nuance, thoughtful phrasing and even a judicious touch of vibrato to magnify the emotional pull.
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Editorial Reviews

New York Times - Allan Kozinn
Mr. Scholl uses the interpretive arsenal of a modern singer. In a song like Dowland’s supremely melancholy “Come, Heavy Sleep” he uses dynamic nuance, thoughtful phrasing and even a judicious touch of vibrato to magnify the emotional pull.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/10/2008
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi Fr.
  • UPC: 794881868520
  • Catalog Number: 901993
  • Sales rank: 114,856

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Go crystal tears, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (6:29)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  2. 2 Fantasia a 6 for viols No. 4 in G major - John Ward & Domenico Feti (3:30)
    Composed byJohn Ward
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  3. 3 Now, O now I needs must part, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (4:32)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  4. 4 Go, nightly cares, the enemy to rest, for voice, trumpet, bass viols & lute (A Pilgrimes Solace) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (4:02)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  5. 5 Fantasia - John Ward & Domenico Feti (2:55)
    Composed byJohn Ward
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  6. 6 Sorrow, come!, sacred song for soprano & 4 viols - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (3:59)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  7. 7 Semper Dowland semper dolens, pavan for lute, P 9 - John Dowland & Julia Behr (3:31)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  8. 8 The Right Honourable the Lady Rich, her Gaillard (Dowland's Bells), for lute, P 43 - John Dowland & Julia Behr (2:03)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  9. 9 Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow? for voice & lute - Robert Johnson & Domenico Feti (2:51)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  10. 10 Though Amaryllis dance in green, madrigal for 5 voices (SSATB) - William Byrd & Domenico Feti (3:43)
    Composed byWilliam Byrd
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  11. 11 Venus' Birds - John Bennet & Domenico Feti (3:35)
    Composed byJohn Bennet
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  12. 12 Full Fathom Five, for voice & lute - Robert Johnson & Domenico Feti (2:10)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  13. 13 Care-Charming Sleep, for high voice & lute - Robert Johnson & Domenico Feti (3:38)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  14. 14 Like as the day - Domenico Feti & Patrick Mando (4:03)
    Composed byPatrick Mando
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  15. 15 Work(s): A Fancy - John Dowland & Julia Behr (3:29)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  16. 16 Time stands still, for voice, lute & bass viol (Third Book of Songs) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (4:39)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  17. 17 Four-note pavan - Alfonso Ferrabosco (The Younger) & Domenico Feti (4:49)
    Composed byAlfonso Ferrabosco (The Younger)
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  18. 18 From silent night, true register of moans, for voice, trumpet, bass viols & lute (A Pilgrimes Solace) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (4:06)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  19. 19 O Deathe, Rock Me A-Sleepe - Anonymous & Domenico Feti (2:57)
    Composed byAnonymous
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  20. 20 Fantasia à 2, for bass viol & violin - Domenico Feti & Richard Mico (3:18)
    Composed byRichard Mico
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
  21. 21 Come, heavy sleep, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) - John Dowland & Domenico Feti (5:02)
    Composed byJohn Dowland
    Performed byAndreas Scholl
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Andreas Scholl Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Scholl is marvelous

    This is a counter tenor that knows what he is doing. He gets into the music showing an understanding of it that eludes most artists. The DVD was quite interesting and illuminating. Dowland's music is marvelous and it takes a real understanding of it to do it. I compare this to Sting's rather tame and amateurish effort with music of this type.This music must be done with feeling and touch. To do that takes work and intelligence.
    Scholl is marvelous.

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