Tunes from the Attic

Tunes from the Attic

by Baltimore Consort
     
 

The Baltimore Consort returns with a British Isles focus on their album Tunes From the Attic. As is characteristic of their performances, whether ballads such as "Oh, How Happy's He" or a wide-ranging variety of instrumentals employing bagpipes, cittern, recorder and wooden flute, or (as with "Joyne Hands") treble viol, they bring clarity and exemplary skill toSee more details below

Overview

The Baltimore Consort returns with a British Isles focus on their album Tunes From the Attic. As is characteristic of their performances, whether ballads such as "Oh, How Happy's He" or a wide-ranging variety of instrumentals employing bagpipes, cittern, recorder and wooden flute, or (as with "Joyne Hands") treble viol, they bring clarity and exemplary skill to their work. Fans of both classical and Renaissance music are sure to appreciate this release.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/10/1997
Label:
Dorian Recordings
UPC:
0053479023520
catalogNumber:
90235

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Baltimore Consort   Primary Artist,Ensemble
Mary Anne Ballard   Treble Viol
Ronn McFarlane   Lute
Mark Cudek   Bass Viol,Cittern,Tenor Gamba,Tenor Violin,Bass Gamba
Larry Lipkis   Bass Viol,Soprano Recorder,Bass Recorder,Bass Gamba
Custer LaRue   Soprano (Vocal)
Chris Norman   Bagpipes,Flute,Piccolo,Wood Flute

Technical Credits

Mary Anne Ballard   Liner Notes
David H. Walters   Engineer
Mark Cudek   Contributor
Douglas Brown   Producer,Engineer
Brian M. Levine   Executive Producer
Craig D. Dorey   Engineer
Anonymous Composer   Composer
Chris Norman   Whistle

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