John Danyel: Songs for the Lute, Viol & Voice, 1606
- John Danyel: Songs for the Lute, Viol & Voice, 1606
- The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
L'Oiseau-Lyre "Florilegium" DSLO 568-1 [LP]
John Danyel (1564-c.1626)
- Coy Daphne fled
- Thou pretty bird
- He whose desires are still abroad
- Like as the lute delights
- Dost thou withdraw thy grace?
- Why canst thou not?
- Stay, cruel, stay!
- Time, cruel time
- Grief keep within
- Drop not, mine eyes
- Have all our passions
- Let not Cloris think
- Can doleful notes?
- No, let chromatic tunes
- Uncertain certain turns
- Eyes, look no more
- If I could shut the gate
- I die whenas I do not see
- What delight can they enjoy?
- Now the earth, the skies, the air
Playing time: 44'12"
Performer: The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
[Emma Kirkby (soprano), John York Skinner (counter-tenor), Martyn
Hill (tenor), David Thomas (bass), Trevor Jones (bass viol), Anthony
Recording site and date: Unknown [1981 or prior]
Comments: Information from owned LP.
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