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Music Divine: Songs of 3, 4, 5 & 6 parts

Tomkins: Songs of 3, 4, 5 & 6 parts (London, 1622)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2002

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

I Fagiolini



Venue:

All Saints Church, East Finchley, London



Producer:

Gary Cole



Engineer:

Gary Cole



Record Label
Chaconne

Genre:

Choir


Early Music

Total Time - 75:04
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Music Divine: Songs of 3, 4, 5 & 6 parts

 

THOMAS TOMKINS

(1572-1656)
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  To Mr. Doctor Heather  
1 

Music divine, proceeding from above

3:52
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook, Giles Underwood  
   
  To Mr. Robert Chetwode  
2 

To the shady woods now wend we

1:27
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Doctor Dowland [The First Part]  
  To Master John Daniell [The Second Part]  
3 

O let me live for true love

5:34
  Rachel Elliott, Robert Hollingworth, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. John Steevens  
4 

See, see the shepherds' Queen

2:09
  Rachel Elliott, Anna Crookes, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Nicholas Carlton  
5 

Phyllis, yet see him dying

2:13
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Thomas Warwicke  
6 

When I observe those beauty's wonderments

2:48
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Robert Hollingworth, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook, Giles Underwood  
   
  To my ancient, & much reverenced Master, William Byrd  
7 

Too much I once lamented

6:27
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Giles Underwood  
   
  To my Brother Mr. Nicholas Tomkins  
8 

Fond men that do so highly prize

1:50
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Master John Coprario  
9 

Oyez! Has any found a lad

1:39
  Rachel Elliott, William Purefoy, Nicholas Hurndall Smith, Matthew Brook  
   
  To my Brother Peregrine Tomkins [The First Part]  
  To My Brother Robert Tomkins [The Second Part]  
10 

Weep no more, thou sorry Boy

5:27
  Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Robert Hollingworth, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Master John Ward  
11 

Oft did I marle how in thine eyes

2:30
  Anna Crookes, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook, Giles Underwood  
   
  To Mr. William White  
12 

Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers!

1:54
  Rachel Elliott, Anna Crookes, William Purefoy, Nicholas Hurndall Smith, Matthew Brook  
   
  To my deare Father Mr. Thomas Tomkins  
13 

Our hasty life away doth post

2:03
  Rachel Elliott, Robert Hollingworth, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Nathaniel Giles  
14 

Come, shepherds, sing with me

2:01
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, William Purefoy, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Master William Crosse  
15 

How great delight from those sweet lips I taste

1:50
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. William Walker  
16 

No more I will thy love importune

1:47
  Rachell Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson  
   
  To Mr. Henry Molle  
17 

Phyllis, now cease to move me

2:08
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Humfrey Withy  
18 

Sure, there is no god of Love!

1:39
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Nicholas Hurndall Smith  
   
  To Mr. Phinees Fletcher  
19 

Fusca, in thy starry eyes

2:33
  Anna Crookes, Rachell Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Orlando Gibbons  
20 

Cloris, when as I woo

2:19
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To my Brother Mr. John Tomkins  
21 

Woe is me! that I am constrained

4:14
  Rachel Elliott, Carys Lane, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Giles Underwood, Matthew Brook  
   
  To my sonne Nathanael Tomkins  
22 

Turn unto the Lord our God

2:24
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Nicholas Hurndall Smith, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Doctor Ailmer  
23 

It is my well-beloved's voice

2:19
  Carys Lane, Rachel Elliott, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Nicholas Hurndall Smith, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Mr. Thomas Myriell  
24 

When David heard that Absalom was slain

4:40
  Carys Lane, William Purefoy, Richard Wyn Roberts, Hugh Wilson, Matthew Brook  
   
  To Master Thomas Day  
25 

Love, cease tormenting

2:57
  Richard Wyn Roberts, William Purefoy, Matthew Brook  
   
  To my Brother Giles Tomkins  
26 

Was ever wretch tormented

4:20
  Rachel Elliott, Robert Hollingworth, Matthew Brook, Giles Underwood  
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''of the 26 madrigals and anthems here, 16 are not otherwise available on disc - reason alone to welcome this delightful recording.'
BBC Music Magazine

'One of the most exciting mixed vocal ensembles around at the moment rejoices in the name I Fagiolini - 'the little beans'. They are an irrepressible force in the Early Music world bringing bags of style, energy and dramatic excitement to everything they touch.'
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