Tudor Songs / White
- Tears & Lamentations
- Whyte / Fayrfax Manuscript / Henry VIII
Pro Cantione Antiqua - Edgar Fleet & Mark Brown
AS&V "Quicksilva" CDQS 6151 [CD]
Regis RRC 1259 [CD]
- John Browne (1426-1498): Jhesu Mercy
- Richard Pygott (fl.c.1520): Quid petis, o fili?
- Richard Davy (c.1465-c.1507): A Blessid Jhesu
- Sheryngham (fl.c.1500): A Gentill Jhesu
- Anon: A My Dere Sonne
- Gilbert Banastir (c.1445-1487): My Fearfull Dreme
- Anon: Alone, Alone, Alone
- William Cornyshe (1468-1523): Woefully Arrayed
- Robert Whyte (c.1538-1574): Lamentationes Jeremiae Prophetae
Cum Sex Vocibus
- Whyte: Libera Me Domine
Release date: 1995
- Hyperion A 66152 [LP] A Gentill
Jhesu - Music from the Fayrfax Ms. and Henry VIII's Book
Regis release: 2006
Playing time: 68'
The pairing here of Tudor songs of the Fayrfax & Henry VIII
songbooks (using some instrumental support) with some sacred music
of Robert White is a bit odd, but also fortuitous. This is a
distinct six-voice setting of the Lamentations by White (as opposed
to his more famous five-voice setting).
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Todd M. McComb