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Watkins Ale: Music of the English Renaissance

By: Richard Alison, William Byrd, John Dowland, Jean d' Estree, John Johnson, Thomas Morley, Richard Nicholson, Thomas Ravenscroft, English Traditional, T

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2   Nuttmigs and Ginger Buy  
3   Green Garters Buy  
4   There were Three Ravens Buy  
5   Howells Delight Buy  
6   Goe from my Window Buy  
7   Green Sleeves Buy  
8   La Sampogna Buy  
9   Unto the Prophet Jonas I Read Buy  
10   The Carmans Whistle Buy  
11   Galliard Can Shee Excuse Buy  
12   Lachrimae Pavin Buy  
13   The Quadro Pavin Buy  
14   Singers Jig Buy  
15   Grimstock Buy  
16   De la Tromba Pavin Buy  
17   Jewes Daunce Buy  
18   Pavane Quadro and Galliard Buy  
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20   Watkins Ale Buy  

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If you think people didn't have much fun in the 16th century, you may change your mind after you hear the kind of music the ordinary folks were singing, playing, and listening to. The Baltimore Consort, internationally recognized for its outstanding programs and performances of early music, offer us an immediately appealing--and irresistible--assortment of popular tunes from 16th-century England, some of which you may recognize in their modern incarnations. "There were three ravens," "Greensleeves," and John Dowland's famous "Lachrimae Pavan" are a few of the better-known pieces. The Baltimore Consort is known not only for its fabulous musicianship but also for its arrangements, which always seem to perfectly suit the tunes; this disc comprises 20 examples of that virtuosity, and you'll want to hear them again and again. --David Vernier

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