Playing time: 41' 15"
Jordi Savall (treble viol), Christophe Coin (alto viol, soprano viol), Sergi Casademunt (bass viol), Johannes Sonnleitner (positive organ)
Recording site and date:
Church of Nenzlingen, Switzerland [01/1979]
Rel.: 1979 [AS], 1988 (E), 10/17/2000 (ES)
 Naïve (Auvidis) "Special" AS 1 29002 [CD] Shakespeare et la Musique Anglaise - Shakespeare and English Music
Diapason (#-p.): 344-152 (december 1988)
Information from CD and Todd McComb
The Fantasies I-IX are those 3-part Fantasies Nos. 1-9 of the usual sources, whereas the four fantasias for "Great Double Bass" are included in this non-standard number as given above.
The most important composer of the generation immediately preceding Gibbons is John Coprario (c.1575-1626). A recording from this era by the present ensemble:
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