IN DARKNESS LET ME DWELL

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Program: #00-05   Air Date: Jan 31, 2000

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the recording "In Darkness Let Me Dwell" on the ECM Label. The CD number is ECM-1697. All of the music is by John Dowland, and is performed by our guest, tenor John Potter, along with Stephen Stubbs (lute); John Surman (soprano saxophone and bass clarinet); Maya Homburger (baroque violin); and Barry Guy (double-bass). You may order this recording or anything else you hear at: 1-800-409-4193. Purchases made on this line help to support the national broadcast of the program.

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JOHN DOWLAND: Weep You No More, Sad Fountains.
                            In Darkness Let Me Dwell
                   Lachrimae Verae.
                   From Silent Night.
                            Come Again, Sweet Love.
                            The Lowest Trees Have Tops.
                            Flow My Tears.
                            Come, Heavy Sleep.
                            Fine Knacks for Ladies.
                            Now, O Now I Needs Must Part.
                            Lachrimae Tristes.
                            Go, Crystal Tears.
                            Lachrimae Amantis.

 

Composer Info

John Dowland

CD Info

ECM-1697

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