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Basically Bull - Alan Feinberg (piano)
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  1. Pavane ("For These Distracted Times") for keyboard (February 1649)
  2. Pavan & Galliard for keyboard, "St. Thomas Wake"
  3. Qui Passe (Chi passa) for my Lady Nevell, for keyboard, MB 19
  4. Pavan in the Second Tone for keyboard
  5. Galliard
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  1. Pavane ("For These Distracted Times") for keyboard (February 1649)
  2. Pavan & Galliard for keyboard, "St. Thomas Wake"
  3. Qui Passe (Chi passa) for my Lady Nevell, for keyboard, MB 19
  4. Pavan in the Second Tone for keyboard
  5. Galliard
  6. Settings (6) of Gloria tibi Trinitas, for keyboard (from the Mulliner Book): Gloria tibi Trinitas
  7. Fantasia for keyboard (on Sweelinck)
  8. In Nomine IX
  9. Canon in Subdiapente (2 parts in 1 with a running base ad placitum)
  10. Gaillard for the Victory, for keyboard, MB 95
  11. In Nomine for 5 viols
  12. Dutch Dance for keyboard
  13. Fantasias for keyboard, unidentified
  14. Pavan on the 1st tone, for keyboard, MB15
  15. Eterne Rex Altissime
  16. Lord Lumley's Pavan and Galliard (from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book), MB 129
  17. Ut Re Mi Fa So la for keyboard (from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book)
  18. Christe Redemptor omnium, for organ
  19. Fantasia for keyboard (on Sweelinck)
  20. Doctor Bull's Goodnight, for keyboard, MB 143
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Performances of Renaissance keyboard music on the piano are rarely succesful; they introduce too many extraneous elements into the style, and the music collapses under its own weight. The cheekily titled Basically Bull, which includes music by John Bull and a few other composers of the Elizabethan virginalist school, may be an exception. Bull might be called the Liszt of the English Renaissance, writing virtuoso or otherwise extreme music that seems to try to break through its own boundaries. The effect of hearing the runs ...

Basically Bull 2013, Steinway & Sons

UPC: 034062300198

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