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Purcell: Music for Pleasure and Devotion / Andrew Parrott, Taverner Consort
Purcell: Music for Pleasure and Devotion / Andrew Parrott, Taverner Consort

1 CD / Warner Classics / 2013-02-12

Works: Henry Purcell: The Indian Queen; Abdelazer; Gordian Knot Unty'd; Fairy Queen, Z 629; Fantasia upon a ground, for 3 violins (or recorders) & continuo in D major/F major, Z. 731; Close thine eyes and s...
Performers: Agnew, Paul [Tenor Vocal]; Ainsley, John Mark; Andrews, Haden; Berridge, Simon; Boothby, Richard [Viola da Gamba]; Bury, Alison; Campbell, Richard; Earle, Richard; Grant, Simon [Bass Vocal]; Holloway...
Conductors: Parrott, Andrew
Ensemble: ; Taverner Consort; Taverner Players

Henry Purcell is regarded as the first great master of English Baroque music and his works find their best interpreters today in Andrew Parrott and...continue...
Recording information: 06/1985-03/1994....continue...
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Penny Merriments - Street Songs of 17th Century Europe
Penny Merriments - Street Songs of 17th Century Europe

1 CD / Naxos (USA) / 2005-06-21

Works: Anonymous, English: The Courtiers Health, or The Merry Boys of the Times (tune Come Boys Fill Us a Bumper); The Country Lass (tune Cold and Raw/Stingo); The Crost People, broadside ballad (a.k.a. "A ...
Performers: Skeaping, Lucie; Wistreich, Richard [Bass Vocals]; Wootton, Douglas
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Ensemble: City Waites

The songs on this recording were the pop music of their day. Churned out by anonymous hacks, often working from dingy rooms at the back...continue...
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How the World Wags - Social Music for a 17th C. Englishman
How the World Wags - Social Music for a 17th C. Englishman

1 CD / Hyperion / 1999-07-01

Works: Anonymous, English: The Jovial Broom Man, broadside ballad (a.k.a. "The Slow Men of London"; tune of Jamaica); Maurice Webster: Galliard; Thomas Ravenscroft: Who Liveth So Merry; Martin Said to His M...
Performers: Thompson, Keith [Flute/Recorder]; Wootton, Douglas
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Ensemble: City Waites

"What a delightfully entertaining recordings! 'Wags' is the operative word here. The texts are fun. The music is fun. And the sheer joy ofperforming this...continue...
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