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Composers of the Week: The English Madrigalists

Synopsis

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1: Sing We and Chant It
With Mark Rowlinson.
Morley Sing wee and chaunt it King's Singers
Bennet All creatures now are merry-minded
Glasgow Orpheus Choir/Hugh Roberton Tomkins When David heard
Susan Longfield (soprano), Noreen Willett (contralto), Ian Partridge and Peter Bingham (tenors), Geoffrey Shaw (bass), conductor Christopher Bishop Ward, compl Steele My brest i'le sett;
Cor mio
Consort of Musicke
Bennet Round about in a fair ring Pro Cantione Antiqua
Byrd Though Amarillis daunce in greene Hilliard Ensemble
Byrd Who likes to love
Anna Crookes (soprano), Fretwork
Ford There is a ladie, sweet and kind Amaryllis Consort
Tomkins Musicke devine
Wilbye Consort , director Peter Pears Morley It was a lover and his lasse
Peter Pears (tenor), Julian Bream (lute) Henry VIII Pastyme with good companye Helen Watts (contralto), Gerald English (tenor), Christopher Keyte (bass), conductor Raymond Leppard Morley No, no, Nigella Consort of Musicke
Weelkes The Nightingale the organ of delight
King's Singers
Producer Mark Rowlinson
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Rowlinson.
Soprano: Susan Longfield
Soprano: Noreen Willett
Contralto: Ian Partridge
Tenors: Peter Bingham
Tenors: Geoffrey Shaw
Conductor: Christopher Bishop
Soprano: Anna Crookes
Unknown: Amaryllis Consort
Unknown: Wilbye Consort
Director: Peter Pears
Tenor: Peter Pears
Tenor: Julian Bream
Unknown: Henry Viii Pastyme
Contralto: Helen Watts
Tenor: Christopher Keyte
Conductor: Raymond Leppard
Unknown: Nigella Consort
Producer: Mark Rowlinson

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Composers of the Week: The English Madrigalists

BBC Radio 3, 8 July 1996 12.00






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