Johnny, Cock thy Beaver

 Popular music making in seventeenth-century England  
1  Indian Queen/Of noble race was Shinkin - 3:19
  From 'The English Dancing Master' 1st ed. 1651 by John Playford (1623-1686)  
2  Daphne - Anon. 4:18
3  My lord Wilobies Welcom Home - John Dowland (1563-1626) 1:35
4  Bonny Sweet Robin - Thomas Simpson (1582-c.1630) 3:37
5  Mal sims - Giles Farnaby (c. 1563-1640) 1:47
6  Muscadin - Farnaby 1:35
7  The Three Ravens - Thomas Ravenscroft (c. 1582- c.1635) 6:00
8  Divisions for two bass viols - Christopher Simpson (c.1606-1669) 6:27
9  Fortune my Foe - Anon. 2:28
10  A Morisco - Playford 1:42
11  Bonny Sweet Robin - Anon. 3:13
12  A Maske - Farnaby 2:16
13  The Old Spagnoletta - Farnaby 1:57
14  Jamaica - Anon. 1:17
15  Goddesses/Jamaica - Playford 2:26
16  New Oysters - Ravenscroft 2:10
17  The Waits - Playford 1:10
18  Ham House/Half Hannikin - Playford 2:03
19  Jolly Shepherd - Ravenscroft 1:54
20  A wooing Song of a Yeoman of Kent's Sonne - Ravenscroft 2:46
21  Pell Mell - Playford 1:28
22  Come, follow me - Ravenscroft 3:02
23  Of all the Birds - Ravenscroft 1:37
24  The Clothier's Song - Anon. 3:40
25  On the cold Ground, Glory of the Sun, Kettledrum, Paul's Wharf, Saturday Night and Sunday Morn, Johnny, Cock thy Beaver - Playford 9:58
   
   
  7-9 September 1995