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CL 1052

Elizabeth I

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

The Elizabethan Consort



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 61:04
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Great Music from the Court of Elizabeth I
   
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JANE PICKERING

1 

La Rosignall

2:30
   
 

ANONYMOUS

2 

Duncomb's Galliard

1:55
   
 

THOMAS MORLEY

3 

The Frog Galliard

3:29
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

4 

O Noble England - Mounsier's Almaine

3:10
5 

Lord, in Thy Rage

2:34
6 

Rejoice unto the Lord

4:04
   
 

JOHN DOWLAND

7 

Time stands still

4:04
   
 

ANONYMOUS

8 

Bergamasca

1:10
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

9 

In Angel's Weed

3:32
   
 

RICHARD ALLISON

10 

The Batchelar's Delight

3:46
11 

The Ladye Frances Sydney's Almain

1:43
   
 

DANIEL BACHILER

12 

The Widow's Mite

3:20
   
 

THOMAS MORLEY

13 

O Mistress Mine

2:56
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

14 

Out of the Orient Crystal Skies

3:52
15 

Susanna Fair

3:23
   
 

JOHN TAVENER

16 

In Nomine

2:06
   
 

THOMAS LUPO

17 

Pavan

3:45
   
 

JOHN DOWLAND

18 

Say Love if Ever Thou Didst Find

2:09
   
 

ANONYMOUS

19 

Drewries Accordes

1:38
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

20 

Fantasia a 3

2:48
21 

Fantasia a 4

3:10
   
   
   


Great music from the court of Elizabeth I

Glorious music from the rich and glamorous court of Queen Elizabeth I, mostly composed by her favourite musician, William Byrd. Viols, flutes, recorders, lutes and voices combine in an evocative programme of songs and dances reflecting the tastes of England’s first golden age.

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