On the Banks of Helicon

On the Banks of Helicon
Early Music of Scotland
The Baltimore Consort
Dorian 90139


  1. Anon. Pills 1719: Over the hills
  2. Anon. Panmure MS 7 c.1680: Kathren Oggie
  3. Anon. Forbes 1662: In a garden so green
  4. Anon. Wode 1562-c.1592: My heartly service
  5. Anon. The English Dancing Master 1651: Scotch Cap
  6. Anon. Skene MS c. 1620: The flowers of the forrest
  7. Anon. Skene MS c. 1620: Kilt thy coat, Magge
  8. Anon. Skene MS c. 1620: Canaries
  9. Anon. Skene MS c. 1620: I wiill not go to bed till I suld die
  10. Anon. Pills: Jockey loves his Moggy dearly
  11. Pierre Cedéac (pub. 1538): Our Father God celestial
  12. Anon. Margaret Ker's MS n.d.: Come my children thee
  13. Andro Blackhall (1535-1609): On the banks of Helicon
  14. Anon. Wode: Prince Edward's Paven
  15. Anon. Wode: Lyk as the dum solsequium
  16. Anon. Eliz. Rogers MS 1656: The Scots Marche
  17. Anon. Art of Music c. 1580: Support your servant
  18. James Lauder 1584: My Lord of March Paven
  19. Anon. Wode: O lustie May
  20. Anon. Skene: Doun in yon bank
  21. Estienne Du Terte (pub. 1557): Branles d'Ecosse
  22. Anon. Stirling MS 1639: Joy to the person of my love

Performers: Mary Anne Ballard (treble viol, fiddle, bass viol, tenor viol), Howard Bass (bandora), Mark Cudek (cittern, bass viol), Edwin George (bagpipe, recorder), Alice Kosloski (alto), Custer LaRue (soprano), Larry Lipkis (bass viol, tenor viol), Ronn McFarlane (lute), Chris Norman (Renaissance flutes)

Playing time: 65'40"

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