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Shakespeare's Music / Baird, McFarlane, Urrey, et al

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> My Lord of Oxenford's Mask - My Lord of Oxenford's Mask
> Robin is to the Greenwood gone - Robin is to the Greenwood gone
> Bonny Sweet Boy - Bonny Sweet Boy
> Greensleeves - Greensleeves
> Take, O Take Those Lips Away - Take, O Take Those Lips Away
> Where the bee sucks - Where the bee sucks
> Full fathom five - Full fathom five
> O Death Rock Me Asleep - O Death Rock Me Asleep
> Fortune my foe, P. 62 - Fortune my foe, P. 62
> Robin is to the Greenwood Gone - Robin is to the Greenwood Gone
> A Booke of New Lessons for Cithern and Gittern - A Booke of New Lessons for Cithern and Gittern: Light o' Love
> O mistress mine - O mistress mine
> The Dutch Courtesan - The Dutch Courtesan, Act I: The darke is my delight
> Packington's Pound - Packington's Pound
> There were 3 Ravens - There were 3 Ravens
> Pavane d'espagne - Pavane d'espagne
> Green Garters - Green Garters
> Kemp's Jig - Kemp's Jig
> Come my Celia - Come my Celia
> Have you seen the bright lily grow? - Have you seen the bright lily grow?
> Care-charming sleep - Care-charming sleep
> Dance of the Satyrs - Dance of the Satyrs
> Come away, Hecate - Come away, Hecate
> The first Witches Dance - The first Witches Dance
> The Second Witches' Dance - The Second Witches' Dance
> Tarleton's Resurrection, P. 59 - Tarleton's Resurrection, P. 59
> Now the lusty spring is seen - Now the lusty spring is seen
> The Jew's Dance - The Jewes Dance
> The First Book of Ayres or Little Short Songs: It was a lover and his lasse - It was a lover and his lasse
> Consort Lessons, Book 1 - Lavolto
> Consort Lessons, Book 1 - La Coronto
> Fortune My Foe [16th Century] - Fortune my foe
> The Willow Song - The Willow Song

Album Summary

>Byrd, William : My Lord of Oxenford's Mask (From Thomas Morley's "The First Booke of Consort Lessons")
>Anonymous, English : Robin Is to the Greenwood Gone, ballad
>Traditional, Scottish : Bonny sweet boy, folk song
>Traditional, English : Greensleeves, folk song
>Wilson, John : Take, O Take Those Lips Away
>Johnson, Robert (II) : Where the bee sucks
>Johnson, Robert (II) : Full fathom five
>Anonymous : O Deathe, Rock Me A-Sleepe
>Dowland, John [Composer] : Fortune My Foe, song arranged for lute, P 62
>Holmes, Matthew : Robin is to the Greenwood Gone
>Traditional, English : Light o' Love, folk song
>Morley, Thomas [Composer] : Mistresse mine, well may you fare (O Mistress Mine), song for voice with lute & bass viol
>Marston, John : Darke is my Delight
>Traditional, English : Packington's Pound
>Ravenscroft, Thomas : There Were Three Ravens, for voice(s) & ensemble
>Anonymous : Pavane d'Espagne
>Johnson, John : Green Garters
>Anonymous, English : Kemp's Gigue
>Ferrabosco (I), Alfonso : Come My Celia, Let Us Prove, for voice & lute
>Johnson, Robert (II) : Have you seen but a white lily grow?
>Johnson, Robert (II) : Care charming sleep
>Brade, William : Satyrn Dance
>Johnson, Robert (II) : Come Away, Hecate, for soprano voice, baritone voice & lute
>Johnson, Robert (II) : The first Witches Dance
>Johnson, Robert (II) : The Second Witches Dance
>Dowland, John [Composer] : Tarleton's Resurrection, for lute, P 59
>Anonymous : Now the lusty spring is seen
>Nicholson, Richard : The Jew's Dance, for lute & recorder (from Thomas Morley's "The First Booke of Consort Lessons")
>Morley, Thomas [Composer] : It was a lover and his lass, song for voice with lute & bass viol
>Anonymous, English : Lavolto
>Anonymous : La Coronto
>Anonymous, English : Fortune my foe
>Humfrey, Pelham : The Willow Song
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Notes & Reviews:

This irresistible mid-priced collection provides an eighty-minute overview of some of the remarkable music mentioned in the plays of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries.



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Works Details

>Byrd, William : My Lord of Oxenford's Mask (From Thomas Morley's "The First Booke of Consort Lessons")
  • Notes: Composition written: Circa 1590.
  • Running Time: 1 min. 48 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: circa 1590

>Anonymous, English : Robin Is to the Greenwood Gone, ballad
  • Running Time: 2 min. 22 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Traditional, Scottish : Bonny sweet boy, folk song
  • Running Time: 1 min. 32 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Traditional, English : Greensleeves, folk song
  • Notes: Composition written: 1600.
  • Running Time: 3 min. 35 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Form: Vocal
  • Written: 1600

>Wilson, John : Take, O Take Those Lips Away
  • Running Time: 1 min. 57 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: 1619

>Johnson, Robert (II) : Where the bee sucks
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: 1660

>Johnson, Robert (II) : Full fathom five
  • Running Time: 1 min. 24 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: 1611

>Anonymous : O Deathe, Rock Me A-Sleepe
  • Running Time: 3 min. 44 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Dowland, John [Composer] : Fortune My Foe, song arranged for lute, P 62
  • Running Time: 2 min. 20 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Holmes, Matthew : Robin is to the Greenwood Gone
  • Running Time: 3 min. 23 sec.

>Traditional, English : Light o' Love, folk song
  • Running Time: 1 min. 7 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Morley, Thomas [Composer] : Mistresse mine, well may you fare (O Mistress Mine), song for voice with lute & bass viol
  • Running Time: 1 min. 42 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: by 1600

>Marston, John : Darke is my Delight
  • Running Time: 2 min. 32 sec.

>Traditional, English : Packington's Pound
  • Running Time: 1 min. 45 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: by 1596

>Ravenscroft, Thomas : There Were Three Ravens, for voice(s) & ensemble
  • Running Time: 7 min. 47 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Written: 1611

>Anonymous : Pavane d'Espagne :: Improvisation
  • Running Time: 2 min. 3 sec.

>Johnson, John : Green Garters
  • Running Time: 2 min. 40 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Anonymous, English : Kemp's Gigue
  • Running Time: 1 min. 18 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: circa 1600

>Ferrabosco (I), Alfonso : Come My Celia, Let Us Prove, for voice & lute
  • Running Time: 2 min. 8 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque

>Johnson, Robert (II) : Have you seen but a white lily grow?
  • Running Time: 4 min. 17 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: 1616

>Johnson, Robert (II) : Care charming sleep
  • Running Time: 2 min. 48 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: circa 1614

>Brade, William : Satyrn Dance
  • Running Time: 1 min. 47 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Johnson, Robert (II) : Come Away, Hecate, for soprano voice, baritone voice & lute
  • Running Time: 2 min. 13 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: circa 1617

>Johnson, Robert (II) : The first Witches Dance
  • Running Time: 1 min. 57 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Johnson, Robert (II) : The Second Witches Dance
  • Running Time: 1 min. 48 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Dowland, John [Composer] : Tarleton's Resurrection, for lute, P 59
  • Running Time: 1 min. 25 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: by 1626

>Anonymous : Now the lusty spring is seen
  • Running Time: 2 min. 7 sec.

>Nicholson, Richard : The Jew's Dance, for lute & recorder (from Thomas Morley's "The First Booke of Consort Lessons")
  • Running Time: 2 min. 30 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: 1595

>Morley, Thomas [Composer] : It was a lover and his lass, song for voice with lute & bass viol
  • Running Time: 1 min. 55 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance
  • Written: by 1600

>Anonymous, English : Lavolto
  • Running Time: 1 min. 20 sec.

>Anonymous : La Coronto
  • Running Time: 1 min. 26 sec.

>Anonymous, English : Fortune my foe
  • Running Time: 1 min. 50 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance

>Humfrey, Pelham : The Willow Song
  • Running Time: 5 min. 11 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque