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Composers of the Week: Henry andWilliam Lawes

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Donald Macleod explores the life and career of Henry Lawes , the most prolific song com poser in England during the first part of the 17th century.
Henry Lawes Sweet, Stay Awhile Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Anthony Rooley (lute) Sitting by the Streams Soloists, Susan Carpenter-Jacobs and Cathy Weis
(violins), Alan Wilson (organ), Anthony Rooley (director)
A Dialogue This Mossy Bank Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb (sopranos), The Consort of Musicke, director Anthony Rooley (lute) Ariadne's Lament Emma Kirkby (soprano), Anthony Rooley (lute)
To Anthea Who May Command Him Anything; Night-piece, to
Julia Nigel Rogers (tenor), Paul O'Dette (lute and Baroque guitar)
ToAmoret; To Amarantha That She Would Dishevel Her Hair; To Lucasta, Going beyond the Seas; The Celestial Mistress Nigel Rogers (tenor), Paul O'Dette (theorbo and lute)
Amintor's WelladayMary Nichols (alto),
Consort of Musicke, director Anthony Rooley Zadok the PriestChoir of Westminster
Abbey, conductor Simon Preston
I Rise and Grieve Evelyn Tubb (soprano), Frances Kelly (triple harp)

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Henry Lawes
Unknown: Henry Lawes
Tenor: Joseph Cornwell
Tenor: Anthony Rooley
Soloists: Susan Carpenter-Jacobs
Soloists: Cathy Weis
Violins: Alan Wilson
Unknown: Anthony Rooley
Sopranos: Evelyn Tubb
Director: Anthony Rooley
Soprano: Emma Kirkby
Soprano: Anthony Rooley
Tenor: Julia Nigel Rogers
Tenor: Paul O'Dette
Tenor: Nigel Rogers
Tenor: Paul O'Dette
Director: Anthony Rooley
Conductor: Simon Preston
Conductor: Grieve Evelyn Tubb
Soprano: Frances Kelly

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Composers of the Week: Henry andWilliam Lawes

BBC Radio 3, 30 April 2002 9.00






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