Elizabeth's Music / Baltimore Consort, Et Al

Release Date: 2/4/1999
Label: Sono Luminus
Catalog Number: DOR-90015
Orchestra/Ensemble: Toronto Consort, Baltimore Consort
Number of Discs: 1

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Notes and Editorial Reviews
Includes work(s) by William Byrd, John Dowland, Thomas Morley, various composers. Ensembles: Baltimore Consort, Toronto Consort. Soloists: Colin Tilney, Julianne Baird, Ronn McFarlane, Frederick Urrey.
Works on This Recording
1. The Queen's Treble by Anonymous
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
Written: circa 1600 ;
2. O Mistresse Mine by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
Period: Renaissance
3. My Lord of Oxenford's Maske by William Byrd
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
4. Robin is to the Greenwood Gone by Matthew Holmes
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1588-1597 ; England
5. Paduana Lachrymae, for keyboard by Anonymous
Performer: Colin Tilney (Virginal)
6. The Fifth Galliard by William Byrd
Performer: Colin Tilney (Virginal)
Period: Renaissance
7. Shall I come sweet love to thee? by Thomas Campion
Period: Renaissance
Written: by 1617 ; England
8. Packington's Pound by Traditional
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Baroque
9. Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore by Thomas Campion
Period: Renaissance
Written: by 1613 ; England
10. Howell's Delight, for consort by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
Period: Renaissance
11. Green garters by John [Composer] Johnson
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century ; England
12. There Were Three Ravens, for voice(s) & ensemble by Thomas Ravenscroft
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baltimore Consort
Period: Baroque
Written: 1611 ;
13. Greensleeves by Traditional
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century ; England
14. Greensleeves (Balcarres Lute Book) by Anonymous
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Medieval
Written: 1600 ; United Kingdom
15. Divisions on "Greensleeves" by Francis Cutting
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century ; England
16. Willy prithee go to bed by Thomas Ravenscroft
Orchestra/Ensemble: Toronto Consort
Period: Baroque
17. Beauty, since you so much desire by Thomas Campion
Period: Renaissance
Written: by 1617 ; England
18. In darkness let mee dwell by John Dowland
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1610 ; England
19. Third and Last Booke of Songes or Aires: no 15, Weep you no more, sad fountains by John Dowland
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1603 ; England
20. Second Booke of Songes or Ayres: no 12, Fine knacks for ladies by John Dowland
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1600 ; England
21. Pipers Galliard, P 19 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
22. My Lord Willobes Wellcome Home, P 66 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
23. Mellancholy Galliard, P 25 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
24. My Lady Hunsdons Puffe, P 54 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
25. Fortune, P 62 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
26. Queenes Galliard, P 97 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
27. Winters Jomps, P 55 by John Dowland
Performer: Ronn [Lute] McFarlane (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
28. Why Ask You by Giles [Composer] Farnaby
Performer: Colin Tilney (Virginal)
Period: Baroque
29. First Booke of Ayres: It was a lover and his lasse by Thomas Morley
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1600 ; England
30. Songs of 3-6 parts: See, see the shepheards Queene by Thomas Tomkins
Orchestra/Ensemble: Toronto Consort
Period: Renaissance
31. Now is the month of maying by Thomas Morley
Orchestra/Ensemble: Toronto Consort
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