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Music of the Spanish Renaissance - Shirley Rumsey (lute); Shirley Rumsey (vihuela); Shirley Rumsey (vocals); Shirley Rumsey (renaissance guitar)
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  1. Fa-la-la-lan-le-ra (Cancionero de Uppsala)
  2. Quiente Hizo
  3. Work(s): Fantasia
  4. Yo me soy la morenica (I am the little dark girl), villancico
  5. Soy serranica (Cancionero de Uppsala)
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  1. Fa-la-la-lan-le-ra (Cancionero de Uppsala)
  2. Quiente Hizo
  3. Work(s): Fantasia
  4. Yo me soy la morenica (I am the little dark girl), villancico
  5. Soy serranica (Cancionero de Uppsala)
  6. Guardame las vacas
  7. De Antequera sale el moro, for voice & vihuela (after Morales)
  8. Fantasía for vihuela No 1
  9. Fantasia No 2
  10. Ay luna que reluces, villancico
  11. Duo de Josquin
  12. Pavanilla (from the Simancas Manuscript)
  13. La moreda (Simancas Ms.)
  14. Vos me matastes
  15. Fantasía for vihuela No 8
  16. La mañana de San Juan
  17. Morenica, dame un beso, for voice & vihuela
  18. Conde Claros
  19. Gritos dava la morenica so el olivar
  20. Con qué la lavaré?
  21. Work(s): Tiento for vihuela
  22. Soneto, No 1
  23. Soneto II
  24. Si la noche haze escura, villancico for 3 voices
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English lutenist and singer Shirley Rumsey earned high marks, both critically and artistically, for Music of the Italian Renaissance, her debut on Naxos. Rumsey's second go-round with Naxos was Music of the Spanish Renaissance, recorded in 1991. It pulls together some of the "hits" common during the second phase of the Iberian inquisition, a mixture of fantasias, instrumental dances, and songs. In the course of the album, Rumsey utilizes two different vihuelas, a lute, a Spanish guitar, and her voice. Sprinkled throughout ...

Music of the Spanish Renaissance 1994, Naxos

UPC: 730099561426

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