Love Songs in Shakespeare's Time
- Love Songs in Shakespeare's Time
- Medieval & Renaissance Music - "The Gold Collection"
Fine Classics 4420-2
- Away with these selfe loving lads
- Sweet stay awhile
- In this trembling shadow
- Come again, sweet love, for voice and lute
- Can she excuse my wrongs?
John Dowland: Third Book of Songs
- Flow not so fast, ye fountains
- Now o now I needs must part
- What if I never speed?
John Dowland: No. 5 from The Third and Last Booke of Songes
or Aires, 1603
- Me, me, and none but me
John Dowland: No. 1 from The Second Booke of Songes or
- I saw my lady weepe
- Weep you No more sad fountains
John Dowland: No. 19 from The Second Booke of Songes or
- Shall I sue
- Say Love if ever thou didst find
John Dowland: No. 8 from A Pilgrimes Solace, 1612
- Tell me, true Love
- When Phoebus first did Daphne love
- Flow, my tears
- Medley: Far from triumphing court/Lady if you so spite me/In
darkness let me dwell
- Thinkst thou then by thy fayning
- Where Sin Sore Wounding
- If My Complaints Could Passions Move
- Fine knacks for ladies
-, -, -, - The Saltire Singers [Patricia
Clark (soprano), Jean Allister (contralto), Edgar Fleet (tenor),
Frederick Westcott (bass)], Desmond Dupre (lute)
-, -, - Joseph Iadone (lute), Russell Oberlin
Playing time: 76' 04"
Recording place and date:
See excerpts, rel.: 2000
Excerpts (from original release):
-, -, -, - Lyrichord LLST 7153 [LP]
John Dowland - Music of Love and Friendship
-, -, - Expériences
Anonymes EA-0034 [LP, mono] John Dowland - Lute Songs
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