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The Queen: Music for Elizabeth 1 - Alison Melville (recorder); Alison Melville (renaissance flute); David Fallis (tenor); John Pepper (bass);...
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  1. See, See the Shepheards' Queene for 5 voices (madrigal)
  2. Can she excuse my wrongs, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  3. Brave Lord Willoughby, song
  4. Essex Last Good-Night, ballad for voice & lute
  5. The Queenes treble, for voice & lute
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  1. See, See the Shepheards' Queene for 5 voices (madrigal)
  2. Can she excuse my wrongs, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  3. Brave Lord Willoughby, song
  4. Essex Last Good-Night, ballad for voice & lute
  5. The Queenes treble, for voice & lute
  6. When Dasies pied, for voice & lute
  7. Mistresse mine, well may you fare (O Mistress Mine), song for voice with lute & bass viol
  8. Ring out your Bells, broadside ballad
  9. Nutmegs and Ginger, song
  10. Wooe Her, and Win Her, He That Can for voice, lute & bass viol
  11. Time Stands Still (Dowland) / Lady Frances Sidneys Almayne (Alison)
  12. Say, Love if ever thou didst find, for 4 voices & lute (Third Book of Songs)
  13. Courant ("Harte Diefje Waerom Zoo Stil")
  14. Each lovely grace, for voice & lute
  15. Where are all thy beauties now?, for voice & lute
  16. Sacred End Pavan, for lute
  17. In Eighty Eight
  18. Alman (The Queen's Alman), for keyboard, MB 10
  19. With fragrant flowers, for voice & lute
  20. His golden locks Time has to silver turned, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  21. All Creatures Now Are Merry Minded
  22. Fly love, that art so sprightly, madrigal for 5 voices
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Elizabeth I of England not only enjoyed and patronized music, but also performed competently on the virginals and the lute. She was said to dance "six or seven galliards in a morning" as part of her "ordinarie exercise," well before Jazzercise and the like were invented. There are a lot of Elizabeth-themed albums, but this one might be called state-of-the-art, at least in terms of the research that underlies it. The program is billed as a collection of "Music for Elizabeth," but in fact that's only one of three categories ...

The Queen: Music for Elizabeth 1 2009, Marquis Records

UPC: 774718138729

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