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Author Deller, Alfred.

Title English, French and Italian madrigals [sound recording].

Publication Info. [New York] : Vanguard Classics, [2009]

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Description 6 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 CD-ROM + 1 booklet (15 pages ; 12 cm.)
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Series Complete Vanguard recordings ; vol. 5
Complete Vanguard recordings ; v. 5.
Performer The Deller Consort ; Alfred Deller, director/counter-tenor ; Gerald English, Wilfred Brown, Robert Tear, Max Worthley, Philip Todd, tenors ; Maurice Bevan, baritone ; Geoffry Colleby, John Frost, basses ; April Cantelo, Eileen McLoughlin, Honor Sheppard, Mary Thomas, Sally Le Sage, Eileen Poulter, sopranos.
Note "Original cover art, liner notes and lyrics are included on a bonus CD-ROM."--Container.
Compact discs.
System Details Accompanying CD-ROM compatible with all recent versions of Windows and MacOS, as well as recent Linux distros. Requires Firefox 2 or greater, or Opera 7 or greater. Also compatible with Microsoft Inernet Explorer 6.0 and greater.
Note "Includes all recordings from the original LPs."--Container.
Contents Disc 1. Madrigals of Thomas Morley and John Wilbye. Now is the month of maying ; In dew of roses ; Shoot, false love, I care not ; Miraculous love's wounding! ; Hark, alleluia cheerly ; Arise, get up my dear ; Leave this tormenting ; I go before, my darling ; Say, gentle nymphs ; Good morrow, fair ladies ; April is in my mistress' face ; Though Philomela lost her love ; Hard by a crystal fountain ; Whiter away, so fast ; I follow, lo, the footing ; O grief! ; When lo by break of morning ; Besides a fountain ; Fire! fire! my heart / Morley. Thus saith my Cloris bright ; Happy, O happy he, who not affecting ; Ye that do live in pleasures plenty ; Ah, cannot sigh, nor tears, nor aught else move thee ; Stay, Croydon, thou swain ; Draw on, sweet night, best friend unto those cares ; Lady your words do spite me ; As fair as moun, as fresh as May ; Weep, weep, mine eyes, my heart can take no rest / Willbye.
Disc 2. The English Madrigal School. Ho! who comes here? / Morley -- Cease sorrows now / Weelkes -- Mother, I will have a husband / Thomas Vautor -- In going to my naked bed / Richard Edwards -- To shorten winter's sadness ; O care, thou wilt despatch me / Weelkes -- Of all the birds that I do know / John Bartlett -- All creatures are now merry-minded / John Bennet -- Sweet nymph / Morley -- Weep O mine eyes / Bennet -- The ape, the monkey and the baboon / Weelkes -- Oft have I vowed / Wilbye -- Strike it up, tabor / Weelkes -- Hope of my heart / John Ward -- Sweet honey-sucking bees / Wilbye -- Defiled is my name / Robert Johnson -- On the plains, fairy trains / Weelkes -- When griping griefs / Richard Edwards -- All at once well met / Weelkes -- Like as the doleful dove / Tallis -- The bitter sweet / Anon. -- Flora gave me fairest flowers / Wilbye -- O happy dames / John Shepherd -- Young cupid hath proclaimed / Weelkes -- The happy life (my friends, the thing I smile to see) / Anon. -- Thule, the period of cosmography / Weelkes.
Disc 3. The Silver Swan. Silver Swan / Gibbons -- Rest, sweet nymphs ; Diaphenia like the daffdowndilly / Francis Pilkington -- What is our life / Gibbons -- Though Amaryllis dance / Byrd -- Ah! dear heart / Gibbons -- This sweet and merry month / Byrd -- Dainty, fine bird / Gibbons -- Have I found her ; O softly singing lute ; Amyntas with his Phyllis fair / Pilkington -- Retire, my troubled soul ; Upon a bank with roses ; Out from the vale / John Ward -- I smile to see how you devise / Anon. -- Benedicam domino / Robert Johnson -- Lady, when I behold ; Adieu, sweet Amaryllis ; I always beg, yet never am relieved ; Thus love commands that I in vain complain me ; Oft I have vowed how dearly I did love thee ; Come, shepherd, swains, that wont to hear me sing ; Lady Oriana / John Wilbye -- Fair Oriana sweeming to wink at folly / Robert Jones.
Disc 4. French and English Madrigal Masterpieces. Allons gay bergeres ; Mignonne, allons voir si la rose / Guillaume Costeley -- Il est bel et bon / Pierre passerau -- Chant des oiseau / Clement Janequin -- Deploration de Jehan Ockeghem ; Parfons regretz / Josquin Desprez-- Nuit froide et sombre / Orlando Lasso / Chant de l'Alouette ; Ce moys de may Bataille de Marignan (aka La Guerre) ; Au joly boys / Janequin -- Mon coeur se recommande a vous / Lasso -- Lullaby, my sweet little baby / Byrd -- Now is the month maying / Thomas Morley -- When David heard that Absalon was slain / Thomas Tompkins.
Disc 5. Claudio Monteverdi: Madrigali Amorosi/Itlaian Madrigal Masterpieces. Altri canti di Marte e di sua schiera (text: Marino) -- Nifa che scalza il piede e sciolto il crine -- Lamento della Ninfa (text: O. Rinuccini) -- Perchè te 'n fuggi, o Fillide? (text: O. Rinuccini) -- Non partir, ritrosetta -- Su, su, su, pastorelli vezzosi. Cedan l'antiche tue chiare vittorie / Marenzio -- Matona mia cara / Lasso -- Scaldava il sol ; Soloe pensoso ; Leggiadre ninfe / Marenzio -- Ancho che col partire / Cipriano de Rore -- Il bianco e dolce cigno / Jacob Arcadelt.
Disc 6. Madrigals of Claudio Monteverdi and Carlo Gesualdo. Incenerite spoglie, avara tomba ; Ditelo, o fiumi, e voi ch'udiste Glauco ; Darà la notte il sol lume alla terra ; Ma te raccoglie, o ninfa, in grembo il cielo ; O choime d'or, neve gentil del seno -- Dunque, amate reliquie, un mar di pianto ; Zefiro torna e'l bel tempo rimena ; Lasciatemi morire ; O Teseo, o teseo mio ; Dove, dov'e la fede ; Ahi che non pur rispondi ; Oimé il bel viso, ohimé il soave sguardo ; Baci soavi e cari ; Ecco mormorar l'onde ; A un giro sol de bell'occhi lucenti ; Non più guerra, pietate ; Sfogava con le stelle ; Beltà poi che t'assenti ; Ecco moriro dunque ... Hai, gia mi disco loro ; Morro lasso al mio duolo.
Subject Canzonets (Part songs), English.
Madrigals, English.
Madrigals, French.
Madrigals, Italian.
Added Author Cantelo, April. Performer.
Brown, Wilfred, 1921-1971. Performer.
Tear, Robert. Performer.
English, Gerald. Performer.
Worthley, Max. Performer.
Bevan, Maurice. Performer.
Colleby, Geoffry. Performer.
Todd, Philip (Tenor). Performer.
Frost, John, bass. Performer.
Sheppard, Honor. Performer.
Thomas, Mary, 1935-1997. Performer.
Poulter, Eileen. Performer.
La Sage, Sally. Performer.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Balletts. Now is the month of maying.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Madrigals, voices (4), bk. 1. In dewe of roses.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Balletts. Shoot, false love, I care not.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (2). Miraculous love's wounding.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (5-6). Harke! Alleluia cheerely.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (3). Arise, get up, my deere.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Balletts. Leave, alas, this tormenting.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (2). I goe before, my darling.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Madrigals, voices (4), bk. 1. Say, gentle nymphes.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (3). God morrow, faye ladies of the may.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Madrigals, voices (4), bk. 1. Aprill is in my mistris face.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (3). Though Philomela lost hir love.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Hard by a cristall fountaine.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (3). Whether awaie so fast.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (5-6). I follow, loe, the footing.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (5-6). O griefe! even on the bud.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (2). When, loe, by breake of morning.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Madrigals, voices (4), bk. 1. Beesides a fountaine.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Balletts. Fyer, fyer.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Thus saith my Cloris bright.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Happy, Oh! happy he.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Ye that do live in pleasures plenty.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Ah, cannot sigh, nor tears, nor aught else move thee.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Stay, Corydon, thou swain.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Draw on sweet night.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Lady, your words doe spight mee.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. As fair as morn, as fresh as May.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Weepe, mine eyes.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Madrigals, voices (4), bk. 1. Hoe, who comes here?
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Madrigals, voices (3-6). Cease sorrowes now.
Vautor, Thomas. Songs of divers ayres and natures. Mother, I will have a husband.
Edwards, Richard, 1523?-1566. In goinge to my naked bedde.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Balletts and madrigals. To shorten winters sadnesse.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Madrigals, voices (5-6). O Care thou wilt dispatch mee.
Bartlet, John, active 1606-1610. Booke of ayres. Of all the birds that I do know.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Canzonets, voices (2). Sweet nimphe, come to thy lover.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Ayeres or phantasticke spirites. Ape, the monkey.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Oft have I vowed.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Ayeres or phantasticke spirites. Strike it up tabor.
Ward, John, 1571-1638. English madrigals. Hope of my heart.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Sweet hony sucking bees.
Johnson, Robert, approximately 1500-approximately 1560. Defyled is my name.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Balletts and madrigals. On the plaines fairie traines.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Balletts and madrigals. All at once well met faire ladies.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Flora gave mee fairest flowers.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Madrigals, voices (3-6). Yong Cupid hath proclaim'd.
Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623. Madrigals, voices (5-6). Thule the period of cosmographie.
Bennet, John, active 1599-1614. All creatures now are merry-minded.
Bennet, John, active 1599-1614. Madrigals, voices (4). Weep, o mine eyes.
Edwards, Richard, 1523?-1566. When grypinge griefes.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Like as the doleful dove.
Sheppard, John, approximately 1515-1558. O happy dames.
Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Madrigals and mottets. Silver swanne.
Pilkington, Francis, -1638. Songs or ayres. Rest, sweet nymphs.
Pilkington, Francis, -1638. Songs or ayres. Diaphenia like the daffdowndilly.
Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Madrigals and mottets. What is our life?
Byrd, William, 1539 or 1540-1623. Psalmes, sonets, and songs. Though Amaryllis dance in green.
Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Madrigals and mottets. Ah, deere hart.
Byrd, William, 1539 or 1540-1623. Psalmes, songs, and sonnets. This sweet and merry month of May.
Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Madrigals and mottets. Daintie fine bird.
Pilkington, Francis, -1638. Madrigals and pastorals, 1st set. Have I found her.
Pilkington, Francis, -1638. Madrigals and pastorals, 2nd set. O softly-singing lute.
Pilkington, Francis, -1638. Madrigals and pastorals, 1st set. Amyntas with his Phyllis fair.
Ward, John, 1571-1638. English madrigals. Retire, my troubled soul.
Ward, John, 1571-1638. English madrigals. Out from the vale.
Johnson, Robert, approximately 1500-approximately 1560. Benedicam Domino.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Lady when I beehold.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Adew, sweet Amarillis.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. I always beg.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 1. Thus love commands.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Madrigals, voices (3-6), set 2. Come, shepherd, swains.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Fair Oriana seeming to wink at folly.
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638. Lady Oriana.
Jones, Robert, active 1597-1615. Fair Oriana seeming to wink at folly.
Costeley, Guillaume, 1530?-1606. Musique. Allons, gay, gay, gay, bergères.
Costeley, Guillaume, 1530?-1606. Musique. Mignonne, allon voir si la roze.
Passereau, Pierre, active 1509-1547. Est bel et bon.
Janequin, Clément, approximately 1495-approximately 1560. Chansons (1528). Réveillez vous, cueurs endormis.
Josquin, des Prez, -1521. Nymphes des bois.
Josquin, des Prez, -1521. Parfons regretz.
Lasso, Orlando di, 1532-1594. Nuict froide et sombre.
Janequin, Clément, approximately 1495-approximately 1560. Chansons (1528). Alouette.
Janequin, Clément, approximately 1495-approximately 1560. Ce moys de may.
Janequin, Clément, approximately 1495-approximately 1560. Chansons (1528). Escoutez tous gentilz galloys.
Lasso, Orlando di, 1532-1594. Chansons, voices (4-6), book 3. Mon cœur se recommande.
Byrd, William, 1539 or 1540-1623. Psalmes, sonets, and songs. Lullaby, my sweet little baby.
Tomkins, Thomas, 1572-1656. Songs, voices (3-6). When David heard.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Altri canti di Marte.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Vago augelletto che cantando vai.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Mentre vaga Angioletta.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Ninfa che scalza il piede.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Dolcissimo uscignolo.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Chi vole aver felice e lieto il core.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Lamento della ninfa.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Perchè t'en fuggi, o Fillide?
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 8. Su, su, su pastorelli vezzosi.
Marenzio, Luca, 1553-1599. Madrigals, voices (6), book 2. Cedan l'antiche tue chiare vittorie.
Lasso, Orlando di, 1532-1594. Libro de villanelle, moresche, et altre canzoni. Matona mia cara.
Marenzio, Luca, 1553-1599. Madrigals, voices (5), book 3. Scaldava il sol di mezzo giorno l'arco.
Marenzio, Luca, 1553-1599. Madrigals, voices (5), book 9. Solo e pensoso i più deserti campi.
Marenzio, Luca, 1553-1599. Madrigals, voices (6), book 5. Leggiadre ninfe.
Rore, Cipriano de, 1515 or 1516-1565. Anchor che col partire.
Arcadelt, Jacob, approximately 1505-1568. Madrigals, voices (4), book 1. Bianco e dolce cigno.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 6. Lagrime d'amante al sepolcro dell'amata.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 6. Zefiro torna.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 6. Lamento d'Arianna.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 6. Oimé il bel viso, ohimé il soave sguardo.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 1. Baci soavi e cari.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 2. Ecco mormorar l'onde.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 4. A un giro sol de bell'occhi lucenti.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 4. Non più guerra, pietate.
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Madrigals, book 4. Sfogava con le stelle.
Gesualdo, Carlo, principe di Venosa, approximately 1560-1613. Madrigals, voices (5), book 6. Beltà, poi che t'assenti.
Gesualdo, Carlo, principe di Venosa, approximately 1560-1613. Madrigals, voices (5), book 4. Ecco morirò dunque.
Gesualdo, Carlo, principe di Venosa, approximately 1560-1613. Madrigals, voices (5), book 6. Moro lasso al mio duolo.
Deller Consort.
ISBN 9786312929505 : CD 29.98
6312929507 : CD 29.98
Music No. MC 196 Vanguard Classics

 
    
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