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William Mundy: In Nomine, "Fantasia"
Richard Farrant: Ah, alas you salt sea gods
Ah, alas you salt sea gods
Robert Parsons: A Song of Mr. Robert Parsons
A Song of Mr Robert Parsons
Robert Parsons: The Songe called Trumpetts, "Lusti gallant and Cante cantate"
The Song called Trumpets
Anonymous: O Death Rock Me Asleep
O Death, rock me asleep
John Taverner: In Nomine
Anonymous: In Nomine
Anonymous: Pour down, you pow'rs divine
Pour down, you pow'rs divine
Robert Parsons: Ut re mi fa sol
Ut re mi
William Byrd: Quis me statim
Quis me statim
Christopher Tye: In Nomine, "Reporte"
In Nomine No. 14, 'Reporte'
William Byrd: Penelope that longed
Penelope that longed
Christopher Tye: In Nomine, "Trust"
In Nomine No. 20, 'Crye'
Nathaniel Patrick: Send forth thy sighs
Send forth thy sighs
Nathaniel Patrick: Climb not too high
Climb not too high
Robert Parsons: De la Court
De la court
John Bennet: Eliza, her name gives honour
Eliza, her name gives honour
Innocentio Alberti: Pavin of Albarti
Pavin of Albarti
Richard Farrant: O Jove, from stately throne
O Jove, from stately throne
Thomas Tallis: A Solfing Song
A Solfing Song
Anonymous: Ah, silly poor Joas
Ah, silly poor Joas
Thomas Tallis: In Nomine
Anonymous: Ye sacred muses
Ye sacred Muses
“The Rose Consort of Viols and mezzo-soprano Catherine King present an attractive collection. Thomas Tallis, John Taverner and William Byrd, among others, are down on the menu. The expressive hue of he programme is predominantly one of mild melancholy but not of a kind lower the spirits. King's voice suits the music well as she demonstrates in Robert Parson's beautiful 'Pour Doun, you Pow'rs Divine”