Friday, 26 February 2016

Love, lust and piety

 

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Love, lust piety and politics - Music of the English court from King Henry V to VIII
Pro Cantione Antiqua - Bruno Turner, dir. & The Early Music Consort of London - David Munrow, dir.
Harmonia mundi (BASF) 25 22 286 1 [LP]
Deutsche Harmonia mundi (EMI) 1CO 65 99 683 [LP]
Quintessence PMC-7185 [LP, USA]
Harmonia mundi HMB 30.343 [LP, France]

Contents:

    Anon., Ms. 0.3.58, Trinity College, Cambridge, U.K.:
  1. The Agincourt Carol: Deo gracias Anglia

  2. Anon., Ms. Ashmole 191, Bodleian Library, Oxford, U.K.:
  3. Alas, departing is ground of woe

  4. Anon., Ms. Arch. Selden B. 26, Bodleian Library, Oxford, U.K.:
  5. Tappster, dryngker

  6. William Newark, Ms. Add. 5465 - The Fayfax Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  7. The Farther I go, the more behind

  8. Anon., Ms. Arch. Selden B. 26, Bodleian Library, Oxford, U.K.:
  9. Goday, my Lord, Syr Christemasse

  10. William Cornyssh:
  11. Hoyda, jolly Rutterkin

  12. Anon., Ms. 31922 - The Henry VIII Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  13. And I were a maiden

  14. William Cornyssh, Ms. 31922 - The Henry VIII Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  15. Blow thy horn, hunter

  16. Anon., Ms. Arch. Selden B. 26, Bodleian Library, Oxford, U.K.:
  17. Synge we to this mery cumpane

  18. (John?) Browne, Ms. Add. 5465 - The Fayfax Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  19. Woefully array'd

  20. Edmund Turges, Ms. Add. 5465 - The Fayfax Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  21. Enforce yourself as Goddës Knight

  22. William Cornyssh, Ms. 31922 - The Henry VIII Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  23. Ah, Robin

  24. Henry VIII, Ms. 31922 - The Henry VIII Ms., British Museum, London, U.K.:
  25. Pastime with good company

Performers:
[2],[4]-[10], [12] Pro Cantione Antiqua London [James Bowman (countertenor), Keith Davis (countertenor), Paul Esswood (countertenor, John Elwes (tenor), James Griffett (tenor), James Lewington (tenor), Brian Etheridge (bass), Michael George (bass), David Thomas (bass)] - Bruno Turner, dir.
[1], [3], [5], [8]-[9], [11], [13] The Early Music Consort of London [David Munrow (crumhorn and pommer), Roger Groves (tenor trombone), Martin Nicholls (bass trombone), David Corkhill (drum), John Donaldson (drum)] - David Munrow, dir.
Playing time: 44' 38"
Recording site and date:
Christ Church, Chelsea, U.K. [1975]
Compilation:
CD: BMG/Deutsche Harmonia mundi GD 77 178 QR - Adieu Madame - Musik am englischen Hof (ca. 1415-1530) Music at the English Court (ca. 1415-1530).
Excerpts:
[1] RCA "Red Seals" 82876 60986 2 [CDx4] Trésors - Moyen-Âge
[1], [11] Deutsche Harmoni muni (BMG) 05472 77601 [CD] Century Classics I 1400-1500: Dunstable - Dufay et al.
Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 53/635-1650 (apr. 1976)
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):
Comments: One of the last Munrow's LP, released two months prior to his death. Image below is from Amazon. German edition.
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Pierre-F. Roberge





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