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Four Temperaments: Byrd, Ferrabosco, Parsons, Tallis - Asako Morikawa (bass viol); Asako Morikawa (tenor violin); Emilia Benjamin (bass viol); Phantasm
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  1. A Solfaing Song, for 5 viols
  2. Prelude (and Ground), for 5-part instrumental consort
  3. Mr Parsons His Songe or the Songe Called trumpet for 6 viols
  4. In Nomine (II), for 4 viols
  5. In Nomine for 5 viols
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  1. A Solfaing Song, for 5 viols
  2. Prelude (and Ground), for 5-part instrumental consort
  3. Mr Parsons His Songe or the Songe Called trumpet for 6 viols
  4. In Nomine (II), for 4 viols
  5. In Nomine for 5 viols
  6. De la Court
  7. Pavan à 5, for 5 viols
  8. Mass for 4 voices (SATB)
  9. In Nomine, for 5 viols No. 2
  10. In Nomine (I), for 4 viols
  11. In Nomine, for 5 viols No. 1
  12. In Nomine a 5
  13. Ut Re Mi Fa Sol for 4 viols
  14. Fantasia a 4
  15. Pavan and galliard a 6, for instrumental consort in C major
  16. The song called trumpets a 6
  17. Sur la Rousée (Fantasia a6)
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Four Temperaments is the second disc for Avie by the splendid English viol quartet Phantasm led by expatriate American Laurence Dreyfus; the first, a disc of viol consort music by Orlando Gibbons, claimed the distinction of "Best Early Music Recording" in 2004. The follow-up under consideration is certainly no less an achievement and may well be slightly better than its predecessor. Dreyfus has devised a brilliant idea for its program; the four sixteenth century composers under consideration -- William Byrd, Alfonso ...

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