The English lute song. (Musical CD, 1988) [Hayden Memorial Library @ Citrus College]
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The English lute song.

The English lute song.

Author: Julianne BairdRonn McFarlaneRobert JohnsonThomas MorleyNicholas LanierAll authors
Publisher: Troy, NY : Dorian, ℗1988.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Songs; Dance forms
All Authors / Contributors: Julianne Baird; Ronn McFarlane; Robert Johnson; Thomas Morley; Nicholas Lanier; Alfonso Ferrabosco; John Wilson; Thomas Campion; Thomas Brewer; William Webb
OCLC Number: 19796719
Notes: Songs and lute solos.
Compact disc.
Program notes by the performers, biographical notes, notes on the recording, and texts, all in English with French and German translations (48 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Julianne Baird, soprano; Ronn McFarlane, lute.
Event notes: Recorded Oct. 6-7, 1987, in Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: This merry pleasant spring / anon. (1:40) --
Woods, rocks, and mountains / Robert Johnson (3:17) --
April is in my mistress' face / Thomas Morley (1:00) --
No more shall meads be deck'd with flow'rs / N. Lanier (2:49) --
Lute solo : The French king's masque / anon. (1:16) --
Come my Celia / Alfonso Ferrabosco (2:00) --
O death, rock me asleep / anon. (3:34) --
Where the bee sucks / Johnson (:48) --
Full fathom five / Johnson (1:20) --
Come away, Hecate / Johnson (2:10) --
The willow song / anon. (5:10) --
Lute solo : Alman : Hit and take it / Johnson (2:25) --
Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong / J. Wilson (2:27) --
Come hither you that love / Johnson (1:57) --
Have you seen but a white lily grow / Johnson (4:09) --
I must complain / anon. (2:35) --
Nothing on earth / anon. (3:42) --
Fain would I wed / Thomas Campion (1:16) --
Miserere, my Maker / anon. (3:11) --
O that mine eyes / Thomas Brewer (3:11) --
Lute solo : Alman / Johnson (1:30) --
Care, charming sleep / Johnson (2:41) --
Cupid is Venus' only joy / anon. (2:12) --
O let us howl / Johnson (1:29) --
As life what is so sweet / William Webb (2:07) --
Turn, turn thy beauteous face away! / Wilson (:50) --
Take, o take those lips away / Wilson (1:55).
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