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Oxford Camerata: English Madrigals And Songs

Pastime with good company
Blow thy horn, hunter
Ah Robin, gentle Robin
Hey Trolly Lolly Lo
Draw on, Sweet Night
Thule, the Period of Cosmography
Weep. Weep Mine Eyes
As Vesta Was
Sound Saddest Notes
Fair Phyllis
Sleep. Fleshly Birth
Mother, I will have a Husband
Lay a Garland
Rigg Fair
The Trees They do Grow High
The Blue Bird

Directed by Jeremy Summerly

The Oxford Camerata was formed to meet the growing demand for choral groups specializing in Renaissance music. Now comprised of 12 mixed voices Camerata has since expanded its repertoire to include music from the medieval period to the present day. Jeremy Summerly founded the Oxford Camerata after studying music at New College, Oxford, graduating with 1st Class Honors in 1982. "English Madrigals" is divided into 4 sections, "Early Tudor Songs," ("Pastime with good company," attributed to Henry VIII, "Blow thy horn, hunter," by Wm. Cornish, and "Hey trolly lolly lo"); "Madrigals from the Golden Age" ("Draw on, sweet night" and "Weep, Weep Mine Eyes,'" by John Wilbye, Richard Carlton's "Sound Saddest Notes" and Robt. Ramsey's "Sleep, Fleshly Birth"); and "Romantic Songs and Partsongs," (Robt. Pearsall's "Lay a garland," Somerset's "The trees they do grow high," and Charles Stanford's "The Blue Bird"). Nice liner notes booklet with all the lyrics and group info. Camerata's music soars in perfect, effortless harmony!

Item code: 7343C | 1 CD | $11.98 |add item to cart
Early Music  | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | England
8.553088

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