Skip to main content

 Offer Thomas Campion: Lute Songs

Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Like Nicholas Lanier, his younger contemporary, Thomas Campion (1567-1620) is another of those remarkably versatile figures who played a major role in the flourishing secular arts of the Elizabethan... More…

CD

($7.25)$6.23

Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days

This release includes a digital booklet

Contents: MP3320

Campion: Come let us sound with melody

2:51
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Come let us sound with melodie the praises

2:51
$1.05

Campion: Tune thy musicke to thy hart

1:37
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Come you pretty false-ey'd wanton

1:39
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: There is none, O none but you

2:08
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Sweet exclude mee not

3:15
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Sweet exclude me not nor be divided

3:15
$1.05

Campion: I care not for these ladies

2:34
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Though you are yoong and I am olde

3:07
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Fire, fire, fire, fire loe here I burne

1:58
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: What then is love but mourning?

2:44
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?

2:29
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)
Show 18 remaining works on this recording

Campion: Beauty, since you so much desire

1:45
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: What is it that all men possesse, among themselves conversing?

1:44
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: The sypres curten of the night is spread

5:18
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Jacke and Jone they think no ill

2:32
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Jacke and Jone they thinke no ill

2:32
$1.05

Campion: It fell on a sommers daie

2:38
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: When to her lute Corrina sings

1:46
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: My sweetest Lesbia, let us live and love

4:41
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Her rosie cheekes, her ever smiling eyes

2:28
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Faire, if you expect admiring

1:18
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: There is a Garden in her face

2:43
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Author of light, revive my dying spright

2:58
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore

2:14
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Most sweet and pleasing are thy wayes o God

2:42
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: To Musicke bent is my retyred minde

2:25
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Thou joy'st fond boy, to be by many loved

2:01
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Turne all thy thoughts to eyes

1:31
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Vayle love mine eyes, O hide from me

2:13
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Miserere, my Maker

5:16
$1.05
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)
Hide 18 works on this recording

Contents: FLAC44100

Campion: Come let us sound with melody

2:51
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Come let us sound with melodie the praises

2:51
$1.25

Campion: Tune thy musicke to thy hart

1:37
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Come you pretty false-ey'd wanton

1:39
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: There is none, O none but you

2:08
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Sweet exclude mee not

3:15
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Sweet exclude me not nor be divided

3:15
$1.25

Campion: I care not for these ladies

2:34
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Though you are yoong and I am olde

3:07
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Fire, fire, fire, fire loe here I burne

1:58
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: What then is love but mourning?

2:44
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?

2:29
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)
Show 18 remaining works on this recording

Campion: Beauty, since you so much desire

1:45
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: What is it that all men possesse, among themselves conversing?

1:44
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: The sypres curten of the night is spread

5:18
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Jacke and Jone they think no ill

2:32
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Jacke and Jone they thinke no ill

2:32
$1.25

Campion: It fell on a sommers daie

2:38
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: When to her lute Corrina sings

1:46
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: My sweetest Lesbia, let us live and love

4:41
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Her rosie cheekes, her ever smiling eyes

2:28
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Faire, if you expect admiring

1:18
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: There is a Garden in her face

2:43
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Author of light, revive my dying spright

2:58
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore

2:14
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Most sweet and pleasing are thy wayes o God

2:42
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: To Musicke bent is my retyred minde

2:25
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Thou joy'st fond boy, to be by many loved

2:01
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Turne all thy thoughts to eyes

1:31
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Vayle love mine eyes, O hide from me

2:13
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)

Campion: Miserere, my Maker

5:16
$1.25
  • Dorothy Linell (lute), Steven Rickards (counter-tenor)
Hide 18 works on this recording