- In Nomine
- 16th C. English music for viols
Amon Ra 29
- Tallis: In Nomine (a 4) no. 1
- Tye: In Nomine (a 5) 'Crye'
- Tye: In Nomine (a 5) 'Trust'
- Tallis: Solfaing Song (a 5)
- Cornysh: Fa la sol (a 3)
- Baldwin: In Nomine (a 4)
- Tallis: Fantasia (a 5)
- Bull: In Nomine (a 5)
- Byrd: In Nomine (a 4) no. 2
- Byrd: Fantasia (a 3) no. 3
- Taverner: In Nomine (lute)
- Tallis: In Nomine (a 4) no. 2
- Preston: O lux beata Trinitas (a 3)
- Johnson: In Nomine (a 4)
- Parsons: In Nomine (a 5)
- Parsons: Ut re mi fa sol la (a 4)
- Ferrabosco: In Nomine (a 5)
- Ferrabosco: Lute fantasia no. 5
- Ferrabosco: Fantasia (a 4)
- Tallis: Libera nos, salva nos (a 4)
- Taverner: In Nomine (a 4)
Performers: Richard Campbell, Julia Hodgson, Elizabeth Liddle,
Richard Boothby, William Hunt, Christopher Wilson
Playing time: 60'
Recording date: February 1987
This recording focuses on the In Nomine genre, including some
of the most abstract consort items of the period. It includes the
complete viol output of Tallis.
And a second volume, recorded decades later:
- In Nomine II
Signum Records 576
Back to the earlier summary....
Other broad collections featuring English music from the present
- The English Viol
Virgin Veritas "Edition"
- Heart's Ease
- Music for viol consort from the late Tudor and early Stuart
Virgin Veritas 59667
- Armada: Music from the courts of Philip II and Elizabeth I
- Fretwork / Michael Chance
Virgin Classics 90722
- A Play of Passion
- Songs for the Stage and Consort Music
Fretwork / Jeremy Budd / Michael Chance
Virgin Veritas 45007
- Celestiall Witchcraft
- The Private Music of Henry and Charles, Princes of Wales
Fretwork / Mark Padmore / Nigel North
Virgin Veritas 45346
A recording devoted to Ferrabosco:
- Ferrabosco I & II: Consort Music
- Rose Consort of Viols
CPO 999 859
Another significant survey of the English consort literature:
- Crye - Musical tears and meditations from the English Golden
- Concordia - Mark Levy
And a program featuring some modern music:
- Sit Fast
An instrumental program on a variety of instruments:
- The Faces of Melancholy
- Ayres both Grave and Light for Viols or other Musicall
A classic LP devoted to this repertory on recorder:
- Altenglische Consortmusik
- The first book of concert lessons - Thomas Morley
EMI Reflexe 30 105
And a recording featuring this music, along with a broader
selection of repertory, performed by recorder consort:
- Res Musice: The Passion of Reason
- The Sour Cream Legacy
Frans Brüggen / Kees Boeke / Walter van Hauwe
Glossa "Nouvelle Vision"
921102 (2 CDs)
Finally, a recording features some of the small volume of English
organ music which survives from the earlier 16th century:
- Early English Organ Music, Volume 2
- Joseph Payne
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Todd M. McComb