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Johnny, Cock Thy Beaver: Popular Music-Making in 17th-Century England - David Miller (cittern); David Miller (lute); David Miller (guitar); David Miller (theorbo); Giles Lewin (shawm);...
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  1. The English Dancing Master, instruction book with music: Indian Queen / Of noble race was Shinkin
  2. Daphne, for harpsichord
  3. My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home, for lute, P 66
  4. Bonny Sweet Robin
  5. Mal Sims for keyboard, MB 37
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  1. The English Dancing Master, instruction book with music: Indian Queen / Of noble race was Shinkin
  2. Daphne, for harpsichord
  3. My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home, for lute, P 66
  4. Bonny Sweet Robin
  5. Mal Sims for keyboard, MB 37
  6. Muscadin or Kempe's Morris, MB 38: Muscadin
  7. There Were Three Ravens, for voice(s) & ensemble
  8. Work(s): Divisions for 2 bass viols
  9. Fortune My Foe
  10. Morisco
  11. Bonny sweet Robin, folk song
  12. A Maske (from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book): Maske
  13. The Old Spagnoletta (Fitzwilliam Virginal Book), for keyboard
  14. The Jovial Broom Man, broadside ballad (a.k.a. "The Slow Men of London"; tune of Jamaica)
  15. The English Dancing Master, instruction book with music: Goddesses / Jamaica
  16. New Oysters, round for 4 voices
  17. The Waits
  18. The English Dancing Master, instruction book with music: Ham House / Half Hannikin
  19. Jolly Shepherd
  20. A Wooing Song of a Yeoman of Kents Sonne, for voice(s) & ensemble
  21. Pell Mell
  22. Come, Follow Me
  23. Of All the Birds That Ever I See, for consort
  24. The Clothiers Song
  25. The English Dancing Master, instruction book with music: On the cold Ground / Glory of the Sun / Kettledrum / Paul's Wharf / Saturday Night and Sunday Morn
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Johnny, Cock Thy Beaver: Popular Music-Making in 17th-Century England 1996, Chandos

UPC: 095115944622

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