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Nuove Musiche

This hour features a new, special CD with early music.

This time, one CD: ‘The Queen’s Delight – English Songs and Country Dances of the 17th and 18th Centuries’ by Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien conducted by François Lazarevich.

François Lazarevitch

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
1. From King Arthur, Z.628: “What Power Art Thou”
Tim Mead, countertenor. Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien conducted by François Lazarevitch
(CD: Purcell – Songs & Dances, ALPHA 419, 2018)

Uit ‘The English Dancing Master’ (compilation John Playford (1623-1686), publications 1651-1728):
2. Song: Drive the Cold Winter Away
3. Song: An Italian Ayre (Fuggi, Fuggi, Fuggi) (of Henry Lawes)
4. Nobody’s Jig – Black and Grey – Where Will Our Goodman Lie – Maiden Lane

5. Song: The Witty Western Lasse, to the Tune Called The Beggar Boy
6. John Come Kiss Me Now (variations: Thomas Baltzar, Christopher Simpson, Davis Mell, and Solomon Eccles)
7. Song: When Daphne from Fair Phoebus Did Fly

8. Scots Rant – Argiers (variations of Jacob van Eyck)
9. Song: Mr. Lane’s Maggot
10. The Lord Monk’s March (Henry Purcell) – Hey to the Camp (James Oswald)
11. Song: A Lad of the Town (of Henry Purcell)
12. Song: Bacchus’s Health, On the Tune Paul’s Steeple (variations: John Playford and John Walsh)

Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien conducted by François Lazarevitch, flute: Fiona McGown, mezzo-soprano. Enea Sorini, baritone, percussion, and dulcimer. David Greenberg, violin. Lucile Boulanger, viola da gamba. Éric Belocq, lute, and cittern. Marie Bournisien, triple harp. Mmv. Nick Scott, tenor (nr. 12)
(CD: The Queen’s Delight, ALPHA 636, 2020)

In addition:
13. Emperor of the Moon / Ormond House
Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien conducted by François Lazarevitch
(CD: The Queen’s Delight, ALPHA 636, 2020)

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