The Triumphs of Oriana

 JOHN WILBYE (1574-1638)
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
 David Miller lute*
  Robert Hollingworth director  
  8-10 November 2000