A Handefull of Pleasant Delites
- A Handefull of Pleasant Delites
- Elizabethan Ballads & Dances
Circa 1500 Ensemble - Nancy Hadden
AS&V Gaudeamus 163
- In a garden so grene (soprano, guitar, lute, flute)
- Dowland arr. Jacob van Eyck: The Frog Galliard (flute)
- All in a garden grene (lyra viol)
- Sir John Pavlett: A Toye (lyra viol)
- Grein greus ye rasses - A Daunce (lute)
- What mightie motion (soprano, lute)
- Passymeasures (improvisation; viol, guitar, lute, flute)
The Lady Greensleeves (soprano, viol, guitar, lute, flute)
- Fortune my foe (lyra viol)
- Lyke as the lark (soprano, 3 viols)
- Jacob van Eyck: Crimson velvet (flute)
- Richard Alison: Our Father which in heaven art (soprano, 3
- Turkeyloney - Lyke as the dumb solsequiem (soprano, viol, guitar,
- Kypascie (harpsichord)
- I smile to see how you devise (soprano, viol, harpsichord,
- Jacob van Eyck: Merry cuckolds (flute)
- Tom O'Bedlam (viol, harpsichord)
- Edward Collarde: A Ground (lute)
- Richard Alison: Our Father which in heaven art (soprano, viol,
lute, cittern, flute)
- Jacob van Eyck: Our Father which in heaven art (flute)
- Tallis: Jam lucis orto sidere (harpsichord)
- Taladh chriosta (gaelic; soprano)
- Lancashire pipes (lyra viol)
- Susato: Quarter braules (fiddle, guitar, cittern, viol,
- Maid will you marrie? (2 voices, fiddle, cittern, flute)
Performers: Mhairi Lawson (soprano), Erin Headley (viol, lyra
viol, fiddle), Steven Player (guitar, lute, voice), Jacob Heringman
(lute, cittern, viol), Vanessa Coode (viol), Lucy Carolan (harpsichord),
Nancy Hadden (flutes)
Playing time: 65'
Recording date: January & February 1996 (Gloucestershire)
This program highlights many of the surviving popularly-oriented
tunes & ballads from Elizabethan England.
Unattributed works above are anonymous.
This ensemble's earlier recording on this music:
- New Fashions - Cries & Ballads of London
- Circa 1500 Ensemble
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Todd M. McComb