Renaissance Suite

The following is a classic example of the Early Music Consort's work.. (a clearer, and better copy of the first link)

The link to Amazon has a copy of the back of the above record which has a bio of DM, and a pic..worth reading as it can be enlarged. The front cover likewise

The actual "documentary"film in which the music is featured was La Course en Tete  which dealt with a noted French cycle champion

Title: Renaissance Suite
Artist: David Munrow; The Early Music Consort Of London Format: Vinyl Record. 12" LP 33rpm, No. Discs: 1 Label: Golden Hour, Cat No: GH 629, Year: 1976 Tracks:- Side One
[1] Triumph - Intradas VI & VII from Hassler's "Lustgarten" for Cornetts, Sackbuts, Recorders, Regal, Percussion
[2] They're …

A Discography

Conception & research: Pierre-F. Roberge
For comments, additions and corrections (continuing this discography for PFR)
Last update: 11/30/2012
This is an "under construction" and for now a quite complete discography of David Munrow.
(This biography is based closely on an excerpt of James Durant's text appearing on the back cover of the Angel edition of Munrow's Renaissance suite, with corrections from Gillian Munrow, and minor editing.)
David Munrow's passion for early music and musical instruments commenced in 1960 when he was 18. Teaching in Peru under the British Council Overseas Voluntary Scheme, he became interested in South American folk music and took back to England with him Bolivian flutes, Peruvian pipes, and dozens of other obscure instruments. The following year he entered Cambridge as an English major. There a crumhorn hanging off a friend's wall aroused his interest and led him to delve deeply into an independen…

The Munrow Family

The following comes from a book by Albert Davis ("Dave") Munrow entitled Pure and Applied Gymnastics (1955). The photos from it came via someone calling themselves Sarah. They are believed to be the three members of the Munrow family. At the top ofcourse, the young person on the left is believed to be David Munrow. The following pics of the same woman are probably his mother Hilda who used to teach dance, and at the bottom Albert Davis ("Dave") Munrow who was a well-known, and respected PE instructor.

Munrow Dessert Island Discs

Roy Plomley's castaway is musician David Munrow. Favourite track: He Was Despised by George Frideric Handel
Book: Men and Animals, a book in Italian (unfortunately one cannot hear it as it is unavailable. However, the basic details here give us some idea of Munrow's musical delights RS/blogger).

Luxury: Piano Add "Desert Island Discs, David Munrow" to FavouritesAdd to Favourites Release date:28 September 1974 30 minutes