Elizabethan and Jacobean Ayres, Madrigals, and Dances

Elizabethan and Jacobean Ayres, Madrigals, and Dances
New York Pro Musica - Noah Greenberg, dir.
Decca Gold Label Series DL 9406 [LP, mono]
Decca Gold Label Series DL 7 9406 [LP, stereo]
Coral COCS 3707 [LP, France]
MCA-2505 [LP-stereo]

Contents:

    Thomas Morley:
  1. About the Maypole
    Phillis, I faine would die now

  2. John Dowland:
  3. Flow my Teares (Lachrimae)
    William Byrd:
    A Pavon and The Galliard
    Tobias Hume:
    Tobacco

  4. Orlando Gibbons:
  5. London Street Cries

  6. ----
    William Byrd
  7. This sweet & merry month of May
    John Dowland
    Shall I sue?
    John Coperario:
    Three Dances for a Masque (instr.)

  8. Robert Jones:
  9. Dreams and Imaginations
    John Farmer:
    Fair Phyllis I saw
    Anon.:
    Woodycock
    Thomas Campian:
    Breake now my heart and dye

  10. Anon,, Mulliner Book:
  11. Dance: La bounette
    Dance: La doune cella
    Danse: La shye myze (La chemise?)
    John Dowland:
    Lady if you so spight mee
    Thomas Morley:
    Clorinda False
    My bonny lasse shee smileth

Playing time: 46' 24" appr.

Performers:
New York Pro Musica:
Betty Wilson (soprano), Bethany Beardslee (soprano), Russell Oberlin (counter-tenor), Charles Bressler (tenor), Gordon Myers (baritone), Brayton Lewis (bass), Martha Blackman (bass viol), Bernard Krainis (recorder), Paul Ehrlich (treble viol, recorder), Paul Maynard (harpsichord)] & (guests) Grace Feldman (viol), Robert de Bear (viol), Arthur Squires (tenor viol)
Noah Greenberg, dir.

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1959];
Rel.: 09/1959

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Comments:
Information kindly provided by Donald Rice and from owned LP; for release date, Schwann1 Guide.

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