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Haslemere Festival Ensemble


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Introduced by the director Carl Dolmetsch
William Lawes Three pieces from The Royal Consort, for recorders, lute, oboes and viols Purcell I attempt from love's sickness to fly, for tenor, harpsichord and viola da gamba
Thomas Morley Three fantasies: La Sirena, for two treble viols; II Doloroso, for treble and tenor viol; Fantasy for three viols
Antony Holborne Two pieces for five recorders: Paradiso; The Sighes
Henry Lawes Two songs from Milton's Comus, for tenor, lute and viol: Sweet Echo; Sabrina Daquin Allemande ; Musette; Tambourin (Suite in G major, for harpsichord)
Haydn Cassation, for treble recorder, lute and viola da gamba
Senaille Sonata No 6, in G minor, for violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord
Couperin Le Rossignol en Amour, for sopranino recorder and harpsichord
Couperin Plainte, for three viols
Locatelll Duo Sonata, for recorder and violin
Sterndale Bennett Two Impromptus for piano: Op 12 Nos 1 and 3 Pepusch Concerto in F major, for two recorders, two oboes, viola da gamba and harpsichord


Director: Carl Dolmetsch
Unknown: William Lawes
Unknown: Thomas Morley
Unknown: Sabrina Daquin Allemande
Violin: Sterndale Bennett

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