Elisa is the fayrest Quene

   
   
1  Suite of five Galliards 7:51
   
 EDWARD JOHNSON (fl. 1572-1601)
  For the Elvetham entertainment, 1591  
2  Elisa is the fayrest Quene, Verse 1 1:08
3  Come againe, sweet Nature's treasure 1:50
4  Elisa is the fayrest Quene, Verse 2 1:10
   
 WILLIAM BYRD (c. 1540-1623)
5  Fantasia ('A Lesson of Voluntaire') 5:21
   
 JOHN DOWLAND (?1563-1626)
  From The First Booke of Songes or Ayres of fowre partes (London, 1597)  
6  Come again, sweet love doth now invite 4:46
   
 ROBERT PARSONS (c. 1535-1571/72)
7  In nomine 2:53
   
 JOHN DOWLAND
  From The First Boke of Songes or Ayres of fowre partes (London, 1597)  
8  Come away, come, sweet love 2:57
   
 JOHN COPRARIO (?1570/80-1626)
9  Fantasia 2:51
   
 FRANCIS CUTTING (before 1571-1596)
10  Divisions on 'Walsingham' 3:12
   
 ANTONY HOLBORNE (?1545-1602)
  From Pavans, Galliards, Almains, and other short Aeirs both grave, and light, in five parts, for Viols, Violins, or other Musicall Winde Instruments (London, 1599)  
11  Pavan 1:18
12  Galliard, Lullabie 1:12
13  Almaine, The Honey-Suckle 1:46
   
 JOHN BULL (?1562/63-1628)
14  Chromatic Pavan 5:59
  (Queen Elizabeth's)  
15  Chromatic Galliard 3:20
  (Queen Elizabeth's)  
   
 AUGUSTINE BASSANO (before 1545-1604)
16  Pavana 1:37
17  Galiarda 1:25
   
 JOHN WILBYE (1574-1638)
  From The First Set of English Madrigals (London, 1598)  
18  Sweet Love, if thou wilt gaine a Monarches glory 2:46
   
 CLAUDE GERVAISE
19  Suite of Almands 5:32
 Richard Thomas cornett, mute cornett, bagpipes
 Rachel Brown cornett, mute cornett
 Philip Dale sackbut
 Adam Woolf sackbut
 Ensemble Polyphonique de France sackbut
 Kathryn Cok regal organ, chamber organ, harpsichord
  with  
 Stephen Wallace counter-tenor
 Timothy Massa counter-tenor
 Julian Podger tenor
 Robert McDonald bass
 Elizabeth Pallett lute
 Raf Mizraki percussion