William Lawes: Dialogues, Psalms & Elegies
- William Lawes: Dialogues, Psalms & Elegies
- The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
L'Oiseau-Lyre "Florilegium" DSLO 574-1 [LP]
William Lawes (1602-1645)
- Come heavy heart
- Charon, O Charon
- Charon, O gentle Charon, let me wooe thee
- Orpheus, O Orpheus, gently touch thy Lesbyan Lyre
- Tis not Boy, thy Amorous looke
- When death shall snatch us from these Kidds
- The Catts as other creatures doe
- Musicke, The Master of thy art is dead
- How Like a widow?
- Why in this shade night?
- Cease, O cease ye jolly shepherds
- Psalm 22
Playing time: 58'42"
Performer: Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
[Emma Kirkby (soprano), Poppy Holden (soprano), John York Skinner
(countertenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Nigel Rogers (tenor), David
Thomas (bass), Trevor Jones (bass viol), Alan Wilson (organ)]
Recording site and date: Unknown [1979 or prior]
Comments: Information from owned LP.
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