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The Triumphs Of Oriana / David Miller, I Fagiolini


Release Date: 03/26/2002 
Label:  Chandos   Catalog #: 682   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Thomas Morley
Performer:  David Miller
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Fagiolini
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 13 Mins. 

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Includes work(s) by various composers. Ensemble: I Fagiolini. Soloist: David Miller (Lute/Guitar). Includes work(s) by various composers. Ensemble: I Fagiolini. Soloist: David Miller (Lute/Guitar). Read less

Works on This Recording

1. The Triumphes of Oriana: no 13 by Thomas Morley
Performer:  David Miller (Lute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Fagiolini
Period: Renaissance 
Written: circa 1601; England 
Language: English 
2. The Triumphes of Oriana: no 23 by Thomas Morley
Performer:  David Miller (Lute)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Fagiolini
Period: Renaissance 
Written: England 
Language: English 

Sound Samples

The Lady Oriana
Sing, shepherds all
Lightly she whipped o'er the dales
Calm was the air and clear the sky
Fantasia No. 2
Hence stars too dim of light
Come, gentle swains and shepherds' dainty daughters
With angel's face and brightness
The Nymphs and shepherds danced
Galliard
All creatures now are merry merry-minded
Fair Nymphs, I heard one telling
Fair Oriana, seeming to wink at folly
The fauns and satyrs tripping: The Fauns and Satyrs tripping
Galliard No. 8, "Clark's Galliard"
Round about her charret, with all-admiring strains
With wreaths of rose and laurel
Thus Bonny-boots the birthday celebrated
Long live fair Oriana
Fantasia No. 3
Arise, awake, awake, you silly shepherds sleeping: Arise, awake, awake
Hark! did ye ever hear so sweet a singing?
Fair Orian in the morn
With angel's face and brightness
Come, blessed Bird
Galliard
Hard by a cristall fountaine: Hard by a crystal fountain
Fair Oriana, beauty's Queen
Fair Cytherea presents her doves
As Vesta was, from Latmos hill descending: As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending

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