Flanders Festival: Laus Polyphoniae

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Program: #00-23   Air Date: May 31, 2000


NOTE: All of the music on this program is from a live performance from the 1999 Flanders International Music Festival. This program is from the "Laus Polyphoniae" series in Antwerp, and features the Concordia Ensemble with I Fagiolini. For more information on travel to Flanders, or about the Festival, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at www.visitbelgium.com.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant in honor of Dr. Ernest Mond.

"THE CRIES OF LONDON": A Portrait of London, c. 1620;  music for Sir Anthony Van Dyck's London period.

  • ORLANDO GIBBONS: The Cries of London
  • THOMAS TOMKINS: Weepe no more thou sorry boy (from "Songs of 3,4,5, & 6 parts," London, 1622).
  • ORLANDO GIBBONS: Fantasies 3 and 4.
  • THOMAS RAVENSCROFT: Who liveth so merry;
    The Three ravens; Martin said to his man.
    (from "Melismata, Musical Phantasies, fitting
    for the Court, Citie, and Country Humours," London, 1611).
  • ORLANDO GIBBONS: In nomine.
  • RICHARD DERING: The Country Cries.
  • JOHN DOWLAND: Fine knacks for ladies.
  • [HEINRICH ISAAC: J'ay pris amours. from Metronome CD 1013].

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CD 1013

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