- Adew Dundee
- Early Music of Scotland
- John Forbes: The gowans are gay
- Skene Mandora MS: Adew Dundee
- Robert Edwards: Remember me my deir
- Duncan Burnett: Ane ground
- Anon., Pills to Purge Melancholy: A New Scotch Song of Catherine
- Anon., Pills to Purge Melancholy: The Scotch cuckold
- Balcarres: Green grows the rashes
- Skene Mandora MS: Alace I lie alone
- Skene Mandora MS: Blew breiks
- Andro Blackhall: Adeu O desie of delyt
- Wemyss Lute Book: Generall Leslys goodnight
- Skene Mandora MS: Lesleis lilt
- Skene Mandora MS: Peggy is over ye sie wi' a souldier
- Skene Mandora MS: I mett her in the medowe
- Straloch Lute Book: The old man
- Anon., The Art of Music: Richt soir opprest
- Panmure MS: Suit smiling Katie loves me
- Straloch Lute Book: Whip my toudie
- Skene Mandora MS: Remember me at evening
- Skene Mandora MS: A Scot's tune
- Thomas Wode: Woe worth the tyme
- Thomas Wode: What mightie motion
- Estienne du Tertre: Branles d'ecosse
Performers: Mary Anne Ballard (viols, rebec), Mark Cudek (cittern,
lute, bass viol), Custer LaRue (soprano), Larry Lipkis (bass viol,
recorder), Ronn McFarlane (lute, bandora), Chris Norman (flutes,
Playing time: 62'
Recording dates: May 2002 & January 2003 (Troy, NY)
Most of this music dates to the 1600s, with a few examples from
the 1500s, and a couple from the early 1700s. The most-used source,
the Skene Mandora Manuscript, dates to c.1630-33.
To purchasing information for this disc.
To FAQ references to this recording.
To FAQ CD index page.
Todd M. McComb