Dowland: A Piece without title
This page lists all recordings of A Piece without title, by John Dowland (1563-1626) on CD & SACD.
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The John Dowland Collection
With new booklet article, Dowland timeline, and sung texts in English
If my complaints could passions move
Can she excuse my wrongs? (First Booke of Songes, 1597)
Come away, come, sweet love
My Lady Hudson's Allmande
A Piece without title
The Shoemaker's Wife
Come again, sweet love doth now invite
Come heavy sleep
Mr Dowland's Midnight
Sir John Smith, His Almain
Semper Dowland Semper Dolens
I saw my Lady weepe
Flow my teares (Lacrimæ)
Fine knacks for ladies
Shall I sue?
Me, me, and none but me
Forlorn Hope Fancy (Fantasie No. 2)
Weepe you no more, sad fountaines
Go, nightly cares
The Right Honourable Ferdinando
The most sacred Queene Elizabeth her Galliard
Tell me, true Love
In darkness let me dwell
My Lord Chamberlaine his Galliard
Far from triumphing Court
I shame at mine unworthiness
Whether gay or sad, simple or complex, John Dowland’s music has the power to move us four centuries after its composition. This wide-ranging anthology explores all aspects of the work of England’s greatest songwriter and lutenist, performed by leading exponents of his art today.
“The collection might have sounded like a bit of a hotchpotch were it not for the fact that Dowland's celebrated Lachrimae pavans are woven through the sequence, giving the whole a sense of unity and shape. All in all, it makes a nostalgic and inspiring testimony to Dowland's versatility.” BBC Music Magazine, May 2007 ****
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