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Folk songs and ballads

Henry Purcell, , John Dowland, Francis Pilkington, Thomas Campion...[et al] ; Alfred Deller

Contient : $12001 $aMan is for the woman made$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aSir Walter$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aTo thee and to the maid$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aChiding catch ("Fie, Nay")$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aOnce, twice, thrice$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aWhen the cock begins to crow$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aAn epitaph : "Under this stone"$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aT'was you, Sir$1701 1$aMornington, Earl of • $12001 $aHad she not care enough$1701 1$aSavile, Jeremy • $12001 $aYoung Anthony$1701 1$aTurner, William • $12001 $aAmo, amas, I love a lass$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aAh, Robin$1701 1$aCornyshe, William • $12001 $aBess black$1701 1$aLawes, William • $12001 $aI am athirst$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWine does wonder$1701 1$aEccles, John • $12001 $aHoyda, jolly rutterkin$1701 1$aCornyshe, William • $12001 $aAn ape, a lion, a fox and an ass$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aTroll the bowl$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aFair and ugly, false and true$1701 1$aTravers, John • $12001 $aWe be soldiers three$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aHunting madrigal : Lure, falconers, lure !$1701 1$aBennet, John • $12001 $aSing fair Clorinda$1701 1$aLawes, Henry • $12001 $aRestoration pastoral : In the merry month of may$1701 1$aRogers, Benjamin • $12001 $aPatriotic song : True englishmen$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $a18th century glee club : L'ape e la serpe$1701 1$aSpofforth, Reginald • $12001 $aCall George again$1701 1$aHilton, John • $12001 $aAs t'other day$1701 1$aAtterbury, Luffman • $12001 $aThe street intrigue$1701 1$aArne, Thomas • $12001 $aBartholomew fair$1701 1$aBlow, John • $12001 $aHe that will an alehouse keep$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe self banished$1701 1$aBlow, John • $12001 $aInigo Jones$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWhich is the properest day to drink$1701 1$aArne, Thomas • $12001 $aGalloping Joan$1701 1$aBlow, John • $12001 $aSumer is icumen in$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aJohn Cooper$1701 1$aBoyce, William • $12001 $aThe captive lovers$1701 1$aLawes, Henry • $12001 $aYoung Collin$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aIf all be true$1701 1$aPurcell, Henry • $12001 $aSweet and low$1701 1$aBarnby, Joseph • $12001 $aThese are the cries of London town$1701 1$aCobb, John • $12001 $aNew oysters$1701 1$aRavenscroft, Thomas • $12001 $aThe cries of London$1701 1$aDering, Richard • $12001 $aA Bellman's song$1701 1$aRavenscroft, Thomas • $12001 $aNew oysters.$1701 1$aRavenscroft, Thomas • $12001 $aThe painter's song$1701 1$aRavenscroft, Thomas • $12001 $aMuffins ho !$1701 1$aSavage • $12001 $aCountry cries$1701 1$aDering, Richard • $12001 $aA quart a Penny$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aI can mend your tubs and pails$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aHave you any work for the tinker$1701 1$aNelha, Edmund • $12001 $aBrooms for old shoes$1701 1$aRavenscroft, Thomas • $12001 $aThe Cries of London.$1701 1$aWeelkes, Thomas • $12001 $aOne a Penny, two a Penny$1701 1$aAtterbury, Luffman • $12001 $aShe weepeth sore$1701 1$aLawes, William • $12001 $aAngler's song$1701 1$aLawes, Henry • $12001 $aHere on his back$1701 1$aBattishill • $12001 $aThe three ravens$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe cuckoo$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aHow should I your true love know (Ophelia's song from Hamlet)$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aSweet nightingale$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aI will give my love an apple$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe oak and the ash$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aKing Henry$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aCoventry carol$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aBarbara Allen$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aHeigh ho, the wind and the rain ("Twelfth night")$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWaly, Waly$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aDown in Yon forest$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aMatthew, Mark, Luke and John$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe tailor and the mouse$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aGreensleaves$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe wraggle taggle gypsies$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aLord Rendall$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aSweet Jane$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe frog and the mouse$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe seeds of love$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aAn acre of land$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aA farmer's son so sweet$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe lover's ghost$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe turtle dove$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aJohn Dory$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aGreensleeves$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe jolly ploughboy$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWassail song$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aDown by the riverside$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aBushes and briars$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aJust as the tide was flowing$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aCa' the yowes$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aMy boy Billy$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe spring time of the year$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWard the pirate$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe painful plough$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe dark-eyed sailor$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe cuckoo and the nightingale$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aLoch Lomond$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aShall I come sweet love to thee$1701 1$aCampion, Thomas • $12001 $aWill ye by a fine dog$1701 1$aMorley, Thomas • $12001 $aMe, me and none but me$1701 1$aDowland, John • $12001 $aPretty Polly Oliver$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe carrion crow$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aThe wife of Usher's well$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aHenry Martin$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aI am a ,poor wayfaring stranger$1711 1$aEarly settlers of De Kalb gounty, Texas • $12001 $aCold blows the wind$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aSkye boat song$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aWhen the sun goes in$1701 1$aAnonyme • $12001 $aSong of a wedding$1701 1$aAnonymeAuteur principal : Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695, Compositeur, ParolierCo-auteur : Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620, Compositeur, Parolier ; Dowland, John, Compositeur, Parolier ; Pilkington, Francis, Compositeur, ParolierAuteur secondaire : Deller, Alfred, 1912-1979, contre-ténorAuteur secondaire collectivité : Deller ConsortLangue : anglais.Publication : Vanguard Classics, P 2008Description : 7 disques compacts en boite cartonnée + 1 CD ROMEAN : 851950001933.Classification : 303 List(s) this item appears in: Certifié 100% oreilles
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CD Marc Bernard
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Disque CD 303 FOL (Browse shelf) Available
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C D 1 : Tavern songs/Catches and glees ; CD 2 : The cries of London/Tavern songs ; Cd 3 : The three ravens/The warggle taggle gypsies ; CD 4 : Folk song album/English lute song ; CD 5 : Awake, sweet love/English lute songs ; Cd 6 : Awake sweet love/The cruel mother/Western wind ; CD 7 : English lute songs/Western wind ; Le Cd-rom contient divers articles et dossiers sur les "Folks ongs" anglaises.

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