John Ward: The First Set of English Madrigals
- John Ward: The First Set of English Madrigals, 1613 / Four
Fantasias for Viols
- The Consort of Music - Anthony Rooley, dir.
L'Oiseau-Lyre "Florilegium" D238D2 (2 LPs)
John Ward (1571-1638)
- My true love hath my heart (the first part)
- His heart his wound received (the second part)
- O say, dear life
- Go, wailing accents
- Flly not so fast
- Fantasia No. 14
- A satyr once did run away
- O my thoughts, surcease
- Sweet pity, wake
- Love is a dainty
- Free from Love's bonds
- How long shall I?
- Fantasia No. 4
- Sweet Philoel (the first part)
- Ye sylvan nymphs (the second part)
- Flora, fair nymph
- Phyllis, the bright
- Hope of my heart
- Upon a band with roses
- Fantasia No. 3
- Retire, my troubled soul
- Oft have I tendered
- Out from the vale
- O divine love
- Fantasia No. 8
- If the deep sighs (the first part)
- There's not a grove
- Die not, fond man
- I have entreated
- Come, sable night
- Weep forth your tears (In memory of Prince Henry)
Playing time: 88'55"
Performer: The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
[Emma Kirkby (soprano), Poppy Holden (soprano), Jacqueline Fox
(mezzo-soprano), Evelyn Tubb (mezzo-soprano), Mary Nichols (contralto),
Cathy Cass (contralto), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Hugh Hetherington
(tenor), Andrew King (tenor), John Milne (bass), Francis Steele
(bass), Richard Wistreich (bass), Trevor Jones (treble viol), Alison
Crum (treble viol), Piet Stryckers (tenor viol), Oliver Hirsh
(bass), Gregory Anthony (bass viol)]
Recording site and date: Unknown [1981 or prior]
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