English Madrigals and Songs

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/19/1996
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 730099408820
  • Catalog Number: 8553088
  • Sales rank: 331,377

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Pastyme with Good Companye for 3 voices - Henry VIII, King of England & Oxford Camerata (1:46)
    Composed byHenry VIII, King of England
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  2. 2 Blow thy horn, hunter - William Cornysh & Oxford Camerata (2:41)
    Composed byWilliam Cornysh
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  3. 3 A Robyn, Gentyl Robyn for 3 voices - William Cornysh & Oxford Camerata (2:16)
    Composed byWilliam Cornysh
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  4. 4 Hey trolly lolly lo (16th century) - Anonymous, English & Oxford Camerata (5:41)
    Composed byAnonymous, English
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  5. 5 Draw on Sweet Night, madrigal - John Wilbye & Oxford Camerata (5:41)
    Composed byJohn Wilbye
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  6. 6 Thule the period of cosmographie, madrigal in 2 sections for 6 voices - Thomas Weelkes & Oxford Camerata (4:54)
    Composed byThomas Weelkes
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  7. 7 Weepe, Mine Eyes, madrigal - John Wilbye & Oxford Camerata (5:10)
    Composed byJohn Wilbye
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  8. 8 As Vesta was, from Latmos hill descending, madrigal for 6 voices - Thomas Weelkes & Oxford Camerata (3:50)
    Composed byThomas Weelkes
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  9. 9 Sound saddest notes, madrigal - Richard Carlton & Oxford Camerata (4:52)
    Composed byRichard Carlton
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  10. 10 Fair Phyllis I Saw Sitting All Alone - John Farmer & Oxford Camerata (1:56)
    Composed byJohn Farmer
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  11. 11 Sleep, Fleshly Birth for 6 voices - Robert Ramsey & Oxford Camerata (5:25)
    Composed byRobert Ramsey
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  12. 12 Mother, I Will Have A Husband - Thomas Vautor & Oxford Camerata (2:03)
    Composed byThomas Vautor
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  13. 13 Lay A Garland - Robert Lucas Pearsall & Oxford Camerata (3:31)
    Composed byRobert Lucas Pearsall
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  14. 14 Brigg Fair for tenor & chorus - Percy Grainger & Oxford Camerata (3:11)
    Composed byPercy Grainger
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  15. 15 The Trees They Grow So High, folk song - British Isles Traditional & Oxford Camerata (3:44)
    Composed byBritish Isles Traditional
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
  16. 16 The Blue Bird - Charles Villiers Stanford & Oxford Camerata (3:49)
    Composed byCharles Villiers Stanford
    Conducted byJeremy Summerly
    Performed byJeremy Summerly
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