English Madrigals and Songs

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English Madrigals and Songs



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English Madrigals and Songs

from Henry VIII to the 20th Century


Hey Trolly Lolly Lo

Carlton, R:

Sound Saddest Notes


Blow thi Horne

Ah, Robin, gentle Robin


Fair Phyllis I saw

Henry VIII:

Pastyme with good companye


Lay a garland

Ramsey, R:

Sleep, fleshy birth


The Blue Bird, Op. 119 No. 3


Brigg Fair

The Trees They Do Grow High


Mother, I will have a husband


Thule, the period of cosmography

As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending


Draw on, sweet night

Weep, weep, mine eyes



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Henry VIII (King of England): Pastyme with good companye

Pastime with Good Company

William Cornysh (II): Blow thi horne hunter

Blow thy Horn, Hunter

William Cornysh (II): A robyn, gentyl robyn

Ah Robin, Gentle Robin

Anonymous: Hey Trolly Lolly Lo

Hey Trolly, Lolly Lo

John Wilbye: Draw on, sweet night

Draw on, Sweet Night

Thomas Weelkes: Thule the period of cosmographie

Thule, the Period of Cosmography

John Wilbye: Weep, weep, mine eyes

Weep, Weep Mine Eyes

Thomas Weelkes: As Vesta was, from Latmos hill descending

As Vesta Was

Richard Carlton: Sound Saddest Notes

Sound Saddest Notes

John Farmer: Fair Phyllis I Saw Sitting All Alone

Fair Phyllis

Robert Ramsey: Sleep, fleshly birth

Sleep, Fleshly Birth

Thomas Vautor: Mother, I will have a husband

Mother, I Will Have a Husband

Robert Lucas Pearsall: Lay a garland on her hearse

Lay a Garland

Traditional: Brigg Fair

Brigg Fair

Traditional: The Trees They Do Grow High

The Trees They Do Grow High

Charles Villiers Stanford: The Blue Bird

8 Partsongs, Op. 119: No. 3: The blue bird

Gramophone Magazine

“These [Oxford Camerata] are singers with feeling.”

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