Adieu, Madame...











Pro Cantione Antiqua, Early Music Consort Of London* - Adieu Madame (Musik Am Englischen Hof, or Music of the English Court)


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Deutsche Harmonia Mundi ‎– GD77178, BMG Classics ‎– GD77178
Series:
Editio Classica –
Format:
2 × CD
Country:
Germany
Released:
1990
Genre:
Classical
Style:
Renaissance
Tracklist
1-1       The Agincourt Carol: Deo Gracias Anglia    2:30   
1-2       Alas, Departing Is Ground Of Woe    1:46   
1-3       Tappster, Dryngker    1:59   
1-4       The Farther I Go, The More Behind    2:27   
1-5       Goday, My Lord, Syr Christemasse    2:56   
1-6       Hoyda, Jolly Rutterkin    3:51   
1-7       And I Were A Maiden    2:18   
1-8       Blow Thy Horn, Hunter    2:54   
1-9       Synge We To This Mery Cumpane    2:56   
1-10       Woefully Array'd    9:55   
1-11       Enforce Yourself As Goddës Knight    3:57   
1-12       Ah, Robin    3:09   
1-13       Pastime With Good Company    3:00   
2-1       Who Shall Have My Fair Lady    1:31   
2-2       Up I Arose IN Verno Tempore    2:19   
2-3       Adieu Madame Et Ma Maistresse    1:53   
2-4       Let Not Us That Young Men Be    1:49   
2-5       In Wilderness    4:25   
2-6       Time To Pass With Goodly Support    1:45   
2-7       My Love She Mourn'th    4:56   
2-8       England Be Glad    2:07   
2-9       Helas Madame    1:16   
2-10       Alas What Shall I Do For Love    1:55   
2-11       O My Heart Is Sore    0:51   
2-12       Joan Is Sick And Ill At Ease    5:57   
2-13       If I Head Wit For To Endite    1:47   
2-14       Come O'er The Burn, Bessy    2:20   
2-15       Hey Trolly Lolly Lo    4:25   
Credits

    Composed By – Anonymous (tracks: 1-1 to 1-3, 1-5, 1-7, 1-9, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4 to 2-6, 2-8, 2-13 to 2-15), Edmund Turges (tracks: 1-11), Henry III (tracks: 1-13, 2-3, 2-9 to 2-11), (John?) Browne* (tracks: 1-10), Richard Davy (tracks: 2-12), William Cornyssh* (tracks: 1-6, 1-8, 1-11, 2-7), William Newark (tracks: 1-4)
    Directed By – Bruno Turner (tracks: 1-1 to 1-13), David Munrow (tracks: 1-1 to 1-13), Mark Brown (8) (tracks: 2-1 to 2-15)
    Ensemble – Early Music Consort Of London* (tracks: 1-1 to 1-13), Pro Cantione Antiqua
    Painting – Lukas Van Valckenborch


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