Greensleeves to a Ground

Greensleeves to a Ground
The Early Music Consort of London - David Munrow & George Malcolm
A Contemporary Elizabethan concert (as per Angel release)
EMI CSD 3781 [LP]
EMI TC-CSD 3781 [Cass.]
EMI OC 061-06 385Q [LP]
Angel SQ-37263 [LP, NA]
Angel 4XS-37263 [Cass., NA]


    Anon., 17th c.
  1. Greensleeves to a ground

  2. John Dowland Five Dances from Lachrymae (1605)
  3. Dances I: Sir John Souch his Galliard Dances II: Earl of Essex Galliard
    Dances III: Lachryimae Antiquae
    Dances IV: The King of Denmark's Galliard
    Dances V: Mrs. Nichols Almand

  4. William Williams
  5. Sonata in Imitation of Birds

  6. Henry Purcell Dioclesian
  7. Chaconne

  8. James Paisible
  9. Sonata for four recorders

  10. ----
    Ralph Vaughan Williams: Sir John in Love
  11. Fantasia on Greensleeves

  12. Peter Warlock: Capriol Suite
  13. Bransles

  14. (Charles) Edmund Rubbra:
  15. Meditazioni sopra "Coeurs d'solés"

  16. Ralph Vaughan Williams
  17. Suite for pipes

  18. Clive Richardson
  19. Beachcomber

The Early Music Consort of London - David Munrow, & George Malcolm (harpsichord and piano) dir.

Playing time: ??' ??"

Recording site and date:
Abbey Road Studio [02/1976]
rel.: 1977

[1]-[2] Testament SBT 1250 [CD] Henry VIII and his Six Wives

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 55/650-198 (jul. 1977)

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