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The Triumphs of Oriana

The Triumphs of Oriana

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2002

Originally recorded in 2001

Artists:

David Miller

lute*

I Fagiolini



Venue:

All Saints Church, East Finchley, London



Producer:

Gary Cole



Engineer:

Gary Cole



Record Label
Chaconne

Genre:

Chamber


Early Music

Total Time - 71:36
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The Triumphs of Oriana

 

JOHN WILBYE

(1574-1638)
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1 

The Lady Oriana

2:40
   
 

RICHARD NICHOLSON

(1563-1639)
2 

Sing, shepherds all

3:21
   
 

JOHN MUNDY

(c. 1555-1630)
3 

Lightly she whipped o'er the dales

2:46
   
 

RICHARD CARLTON

(c. 1558-?1638)
4 

Calm was the air and clear the sky

3:04
   
 

ANTONY HOLBORNE

(?1545-1602)
5 

Fantasia No. 2 (Hirsch No. 46)*

2:36
   
 

MICHAEL EAST

(c. 1580-1648)
6 

Hence stars too dim of light

1:31
   
 

MICHAEL CAVENDISH

(c. 1565-1628)
7 

Come, gentle swains and shepherds' dainty daughters

2:22
   
 

GEORGE KIRBYE

(d. 1634)
8 

With angel's face and brightness

2:13
   
 

GEORGE MARSON

(c. 1573-1632)
9 

The Nymphs and shepherds danced

2:32
   
 

ANTONY HOLBORNE

10 

Galliard (Hirsch No. 9)*

1:54
   
 

JOHN BENNETT

(b. ?1575/80; fl. 1599-1614)
11 

All creatures now are merry merry-minded

1:50
   
 

JOHN FARMER English

(b. c. 1570; fl. 1591-1601)
12 

Fair Nymphs, I heard one telling

2:04
   
 

ROBERT JONES

(fl. 1597-1615)
13 

Fair Oriana, seeming to wink at folly

2:21
   
 

THOMAS TOMKINS

(1572-1656)
14 

The Fauns and Satyrs tripping

4:30
   
 

ANTONY HOLBORNE

15 

Galliard No. 8 'Jest' or 'Clark's Galliard' (Hirsch No. 15)*

1:39
   
 

ELLIS GIBBONS

(1573-?1603)
16 

Round about her charret, with all-admiring strains

2:07
   
 

WILLIAM COBBOLD

(1560-1639)
17 

With wreaths of rose and laurel

2:13
   
 

JOHN HOLMES English

(fl. 1601)
18 

Thus Bonny-boots the birthday celebrated

2:14
   
 

ELLIS GIBBONS

19 

Long live fair Oriana

2:11
   
 

ANTONY HOLBORNE

20 

Fantasia No. 3 (Hirsch No. 49)*

2:12
   
 

THOMAS MORLEY

(1557/8-1602)
21 

Arise, awake, awake

2:08
   
 

THOMAS HUNT

(1580-1658)
22 

Hark! did ye ever hear so sweet a singing?

2:39
   
 

JOHN MILTON

(c. 1563-1647)
23 

Fair Orian in the morn

1:52
   
 

DANIEL NORCOME

(?1576-1655)
24 

With angel's face and brightness

2:04
   
 

EDWARD JOHNSON

(fl. 1572-1601)
25 

Come, blessed Bird

2:13
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

(c. 1540-1623)
26 

Galliard (Hirsch No. 2)*

1:43
   
 

THOMAS MORLEY

27 

Hard by a crystal fountain

2:59
   
 

JOHN HILTON

(the elder, c. 1560-1608)
28 

Fair Oriana, beauty's Queen

2:07
   
 

JOHN LISLEY

(fl. 1601)
29 

Fair Cytherea presents her doves

2:30
   
 

THOMAS WEELKES

(?1576-1623)
30 

As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending

3:01
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'…this is a marvellously entertaining disc, cleverly kept together by some interpolated lute pieces, nicely played.'
BBC Music Magazine on CHAN 0665 (Croce)

'Admirably recorded, provocatively annotated, with full texts and translations, this is a genuinely valuable release, and it will charm novices as much as it will give food for thought to veterans…'
American Record Guide on CHAN 0578 (Byrd)

'This is another triumph for the Chandos Chaconne label, which is fast becoming one of the very best early-music labels on the scene.'
Fanfare on CHAN 0665 (Croce)

'The full collection has not been recorded for nearly a quarter of a century now, and this version is very welcome for that reason alone…'
BBC Music Magazine

'But performances as good as this by the 10 members of I Fagiolini make it seem worth the wait'
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