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English Madrigals From the Oxford Book of Madrigals "Sing We At Pleasure"

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English Madrigals



from the Oxford Book of Madrigals

Pro Cantione Antiqua
Philip Ledger, director

Catalogue Number: ALC 1039
Number of Discs: 1
Duration: 64:35

[1] John Wilbye: Flora gave me fairest flowers (1:17) [2] Thomas Weelkes: O care, thou wilt dispatch me (4:09) [3] Thomas Greaves: Come away, sweet love (1:29) [4] John Wilbye: Draw on sweet night (4:52) [5] John Farmer: Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone (1:37) [6] William Byrd: Lullaby, my sweet little baby (4:24) [7] Thomas Tomkins: O yes! Has any found a lad? (1:50) [8] Giles Farnaby: Construe my meaning (1:37) [9] John Wilbye: Adieu, sweet Amaryllis (2:11) [10] Thomas Morley: Now is the month of Maying (1:58) [11] Orlando Gibbons: The silver swan (1:22) [12] George Kirbye: See what a maze of error (1:47) [13] Thomas Tomkins: Too much I once lamented (5:54) [14] John Wilbye: Weep, weep, mine eyes (4:22) [15] Thomas Morley: Sing we and chant it (1:45) [16] Orlando Gibbons: What is our life? (4:09) [17] Thomas Weelkes: Sing we at pleasure (1:59) [18] John Ward: Out from the vale of deep despair (3:38) [19] John Bennet: Weep O mine eyes (2:16) [20] Michael East: Quick, quick away dispatch (3:12) [21] Thomas Bateson: Those sweet delightful lilies (2:29) [22] John Wilbye : Sweet honey-sucking bees (4:27)


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