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English Music


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GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor) EDGAR FLEET (tenor)
(lute, cittern and tenor viol) DAPHNE WEBB (baSS V4Ol)
ADAM SKEAPING (bass viol) ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute) conductor
JOHN BECKETT (harpsichord) Nicholson Sweet , they say
Byrd Who made thee, Hob, forsake the plough?
John Johnson Galliard and Dump anon; Adrianus Valerius Daphne anon Ah, silly poor Joas; Bonny sweet Robin; My sweet little darling; Browning: The leaves be green
Elway Bevin Browning : The leaves be green
William Inglot Browning : The leaves be green
William Cobbold New Fashions


Director: Michael Morrow
Tenor: Carolyn Sparey
Unknown: James Tyler
Bass: Daphne Webb
Unknown: Anthony Rooley
Harpsichord: John Beckett
Harpsichord: Nicholson Sweet
Unknown: John Johnson Galliard
Unknown: Adrianus Valerius Daphne
Unknown: Elway Bevin Browning
Unknown: William Inglot Browning
Unknown: William Cobbold

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