Program: #12-45 , Air Date: 10/22/12A spate of recent recordings look at the 16th and 17th century in England: this week, the two lute repertoire, the Eton choirbook, and William Lawes.
NOTE: All of the music on this program comes from recent releases celebrating music from England, 1500-1690. The first three CDs are from show 1, the second three from show 2.
I. Two Lutes: Lute Duets from England's Golden Age (Ronn McFarlane & William Simms, lutes). Dorian Sono Luminus CD DSL-92155. (Liner notes by Robert Aubry Davis).
--JOHN JOHNSON (1540-1594):
The Delight Pavan
A Dump #1
The Flatt Pavan; The Flatt Galliard
The Nuts be Brown
The Queen's Treble
II. Music from the Eton Choirbook (Tonus Peregrinus/Anthony Pitts, dir.). Naxos CD 8.572840.
--RICHARD DAVY (c.1465-c.1507): St. Matthew Passion a 4 (Chapter 27, 11-56).
III. The Royall Consorts (Consort Les Voix Humaines). Atma Classics ACD2 2373.
--WILLIAM LAWES (1602-1645):
Royall Consort Sett No. 6 in D
Royall Consort Sett No. 3 in d minor
JOHN JOHNSON (1540-1594), RICHARD DAVY (c.1465-c.1507), WILLIAM LAWES (1602-1645)
CD DSL-92155, Naxos CD 8.572840, ACD2 2373.