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La Renaissance Anglaise (2004)

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La Renaissance Anglaise (2004)

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Thomas Weelkes (1575-1623)
   1     To Shorten Winter's Sadness        01:47    
   2     Thule, The Period Of Cosmography   03:53    
   3     Fantasy                                   01:40    
   4     O Care, Thou Wilt Despatch Me        05:27    
   5     The Cries Of London                 08:47    
   6     Lachrimae                        03:11    
   7     All Laud And Praise                 06:25    

Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656)
   8     To The Shady Woods                 01:27    
   9     Fantasia No 9                         02:39    
   10     Oyez ! Has Any Found A Lad?        01:55    
   11     Fantasia No 10                         03:07    
   12     I Heard A Voice From Heaven        02:52    
   13     Pavan                                       04:31    

Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625)
   14     Ah, Dear Heart                 02:36    
   15     In Nomine A 5                 05:18    
   16     What Is Our Life        04:33    
   17     Pavan Deleroye        01:31    
   18     Behold Thou Hast Made My Days        06:08    
   19     The Secret Sins                 04:28    
   20     Great King Of Gods        06:07    

Deller Consort
Jaye Consort of Viols (tracks 3,6,15,17)
Ensemble de violes de la Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (tracks 9,11,13)

 

This CD- 'The English Renaissance'- is a remastering of analogue recordings made over forty years ago. Nevertheless, it is worth having in your collection if you like English choral music of the period just prior to the Commonwealth. Alfred Deller is joined by his consort plus the Jaye Consort of Viols (Weelkes and Gibbons) and the viols of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Tomkins). This is Jacobean music at its best and we get a bit of everything- madrigals, cries of London, anthems and instrumental fantasias. There is excellent cohesion and balance as voices and instruments cope with the complex part-writing of these three composers. I have always had a fondness for the works of Orlando Gibbons- the three verse anthems which conclude the disc must be among the finest of choral writing of the period. They are: 'Behold, Thou hast made my days', 'The Secret Sins' and 'Great King of Gods'. As if any icing were needed on the cake, Gibbons added a beautiful Amen to each of the last two. The CD is accompanied by a useful booklet containing all the libretti (in English and French). --- J. R. M. Bailes, amazon.com

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