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Music in Camera

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A Concert for Mary Rose Mary Rose , the beautiful sister of Henry VIII , lived in the troubled years preceding the Reformation. On the death of her first husband, Louis XII of France, she returned to England and was married to Charles Brandon , Duke of Suffolk. This concert, devised as if for her entertainment, reflects the musical riches of a period when the King himself was an accomplished composer. Circa 1500
Emily Van Evera (soprano) Nancy Hadden (flute, recorder, pipe and tabor) Erin Headley
(viola da gamba, fiddle) Andrew Lawrence-King (harp, psaltery)
Paula Chateauneuf (lute, guitar) and members of the Early Dance Project
Director KAY LAWRENCE Recorded at
Wingfield College in Suffolk Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Producer MIKE NEWMAN
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Rose
Unknown: Mary Rose
Unknown: Henry Viii
Unknown: Louis Xii
Unknown: Charles Brandon
Flute: Nancy Hadden
Viola: Erin Headley
Unknown: Paula Chateauneuf
Director: Kay Lawrence
Designer: Dugald Findlay
Producer: Mike Newman
Editor: Keith Alexander
Mary Rose: Hilary Drake
Duke of Suffolk: Peter Clay
Robert Budde: David Gant

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