Wilbye: Thus Saith My Cloris Bright

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The Art Of Alfred Deller

The Art Of Alfred Deller

Classic Vanguard Recordings


Sumer is icumen in


Come, pretty babe


La Déploration de Johannes Ockeghem


Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne HWV74 'Eternal source of light divine'


Matona mia cara


Lamento d'Arianna 'Lasciatemi morire'


Now is the month of maying

In Dew of Roses

Parsons, R:



Il est bel et bon


Music for a while, Z583

I attempt from love's sickness to fly in vain (from The Indian Queen)

Sound the trumpet, beat the drum, Z335

One charming night (from The Fairy Queen, Z629)

Mystery’s Song (from The Fairy Queen, Z629)

Fairest Isle (from King Arthur)

If music be the food of love, Z379


Da Te Parto


Erhöre mich, wenn ich rufe, SWV 289


The Three Ravens

The Cuckoo

Barbara Allen

Hey, Ho, the Wind and the Rain

I will give my love an apple

The Oak and the ash (A north country lass)

King Henry



To shorten winter's sadness


Thus Saith My Cloris Bright

Alfred Deller, Desmond Dupré (lute), Walter Bergman (harpsichord), Gustav Leonhardt (harpsichord)

The Deller Consort, Oriana Concert Choir and Orchestra, Ensemble of Baroque Instruments, Leonhardt Baroque Ensemble

Alto - ALC1018



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English Madrigals

English Madrigals

Works by Gibbons, Wilbye and Morley

Gibbons, O:

The Silver Swan

O That The Learned Poets

I weigh not Fortune's frown

I tremble not at noise of war

I see ambition never pleased

I feign not friendship where I hate

How art thou thralled?

Farewell all joys

Dainty fine bird

Fair ladies that to love

'mongst thousand good

Now each flowery bank

Lais now old

What is our life?

Ah, dear heart

Fair is the rose

Nay let me weep

Ne'er let the Sun

Yet if that age

Trust not too much fair youth


Arise, awake, you silly shepherds sleeping

Besides a fountain

No, no, no, Nigella

Singing alone

With my love my life was nestled

O mistress mine

Stay heart, run not so fast

Fire and lightening

Phyllis, I fain would die now

Hard by a crystal fountain

In every place

O Grief, even on the bud

Absence, hear thou my protestation

Deep lamenting

Sleep slumbring eyes

Hark! Alleluia


Weep, weep, mine eyes

Lady when I behold

Thus Saith My Cloris Bright

Adieu, sweet Amaryllis

Die hapless man

Alas! what a wretched life

When shall my wretched life?

Of joys and pleasing pains

My throat is sore

Cruel, behold my heavy ending

Thou art but young

Why dost thou shoot?

Sweet honey-sucking bees

Yet sweet take heed

Ye that do live in pleasures

O wretched man

Ah! Cannot sighs nor tears

Draw on, sweet night

Stay, Corydon, thou swain

Softly, o softly drop my eyes

A key recording from The Penguin Guide to Compact Discs

Presto CD

Decca Critics' Choice - 4767227

(Presto CD - 2 discs)


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