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Vocal Recital: Rensburg, Kobie van - DOWLAND, J. / HUME, T. / CAMPION, T. / BYRD, W. / LAWES, H. / BLOW, J. (Songs of an English Cavalier)

Vocal Recital: Rensburg, Kobie van - DOWLAND, J. / HUME, T. / CAMPION, T. / BYRD, W. / LAWES, H. / BLOW, J. (Songs of an English Cavalier)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Lautten Compagney


Katschner, Wolfgang


Wolfgang Katschner

Conductor

Wolfgang Katschner

Soloist

Kobie van Rensburg

Soloist

Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 61:24
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Vocal Recital: Rensburg, Kobie van - DOWLAND, J. / HUME, T. / CAMPION, T. / BYRD, W. / LAWES, H. / BLOW, J. (Songs of an English Cavalier)

     
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JOHN DOWLAND

1 

Book of Songs, Book 2: Fine Knacks for Ladies

2:14
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
2 

Book of Songs, Book 3

2:38
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
3 

Fortune My Foe, P. 62

2:00
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
4 

Book of Songs, Book 2: Flow, my tears, fall from your springs

4:36
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
 

TOBIAS HUME

5 

Captain Humes Poeticall Musicke: My Hope Is Revived

1:57
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
 

THOMAS CAMPION

6 

Bookes of Ayres, Book 2

2:24
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
7 

Bookes of Ayres, Book 3: Thrice Tosse These Oaken Ashes

2:23
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
 

WILLIAM BYRD

8 

The Woods so Wild (from The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book)

2:37
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
 

JOHN DOWLAND

9 

Book of Songs, Book 1: Can she excuse my wrongs, P. 42

3:49
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
 

Book of Songs, Book 4, "A Pilgrimes Solace"

 
10 Shall I Strive with Words to Move 3:11
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
11 Were Every Thought an Eye 1:31
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
12 

Book of Songs, Book 1: Now, O Now I Needs Must Part

5:33
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
 

HENRY LAWES

13 

The Rose (Go Lovely Rose)

1:52
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
14 

Coridon to His Phillis (Come Lovely Phillis)

1:55
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
15 

Inconstancie in Woman (I Am Confirm'd a Woman Can)

2:17
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
16 

Love Despis'd (In Love? Away, You Do Me Wrong)

2:16
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
17 

The Excellency of Wine

1:03
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
 

WILLIAM LAWES

 

Harpe Consort No. 1 in G minor

 
18 I. Almain 1:09
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
19 II. Corant 0:51
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
20 III. Saraband 0:48
 Wolfgang Katschner Conductor
     
 

JOHN BLOW

 

Amphion Anglicus

 
21 Why, Flavia, Why So Wanton Still? 2:15
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
 

EDMUND WALLER

22 It Is Not That I Love You Less (The Self-Banish'd) 2:06
 Kobie van Rensburg Soloist
     
23 Tell Me No More You Love 2:21
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
 

HENRY PURCELL

24 

The Indian Queen, Z. 630

2:44
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
 

The Fairy Queen, Z. 629

 
25 Act IV: Chaconne: Dance for a Chinese man and Woman 2:38
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
     
26 Act V: Hark! The echoing air a triumph sings 2:16
 Wolfgang Katschner Soloist
 Katschner, Wolfgang


 ‘Flow my teares’ – a whole generation identified with this infinitely melancholic song and ‘flow, my tears, well up from your source!’ became an attitude to life at the turn of the 16th to 17th century. The song, with its fascinatingly resigned melody, had quite obviously put its finger on the pulse of the age. 

 
The lute song, developed as a new form together with the establishment of the bourgeoisie in England – and the accompanying search for new cultural practices – took on a symbolic character with its own claim to being entertainment. 
 
An interesting and varied cross-section from 100 years of English music has been put together here, with works by Dowland, Hume, Campion, Byrd, H. and W. Lawes, Blow and Purcell, a cross-section of the most famous lute songs from the “Golden Age”.
 
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