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Perpetual Night - Ensemble Correspondances; Lucile Richardot (mezzo-soprano); Sébastien Daucé (conductor)
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  1. Care-Charming Sleep, for high voice & lute
  2. Whieles I This Standing Lake (Justitia sacrum)
  3. Go, happy man, for voice & continuo
  4. What Tears, Dear Prince
  5. Music, the Master of Thy Art Is Dead, madrigal for 3 voices
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  1. Care-Charming Sleep, for high voice & lute
  2. Whieles I This Standing Lake (Justitia sacrum)
  3. Go, happy man, for voice & continuo
  4. What Tears, Dear Prince
  5. Music, the Master of Thy Art Is Dead, madrigal for 3 voices
  6. No More Shall Meads Be Decked with Flowers, song
  7. Go, Perjur'd Man, and If You Ever Return
  8. Pavan, for 6 parts No. 2 in F Major, MB39
  9. Give me my lute
  10. Howl Not, You Ghosts and Furies, for voice & continuo
  11. Britanocles the Great and Good Appears, for 5 voices (for the masque "Britannia Triumphans")
  12. Pow'rful Morpheus, let thy charms
  13. Rise, Princely Shepherd, for voice & continuo
  14. Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love (from "Ariel's Songs")
  15. Amintas, That True Hearted Swain, for voice & lute
  16. Poor Celadon, he sighs in vain (Loving above himself)
  17. Suite, for 3-part consort & continuo No. 3 in D minor (Little Consort No. 3): Saraband
  18. Celestial music did the gods inspire (Ode for Mr. Maidwell's School), ode for soloists, 2 recorders & continuo, Z. 322: When Orpheus Sang
  19. Phillis, Oh! Turn That Face, song for voice & continuo
  20. Sing, Sing Ye Muses for 4 voices & continuo
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Recordings of the English 17th-century consort song repertory have overwhelmingly come from English musicians, but this French release from mezzo soprano Lucile Richardot and Ensemble Correspondances under Sébastien Daucé provides strong competition for others on the market. In a way this is unsurprising, for this English repertory reflected both French and Italian influences, the latter evidenced by the presence of the composer John Coprario (d. 1626), who was born plain John Cooper but adopted an Italian name for ...

Perpetual Night 2018, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 3149020226926

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