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Elizabethan and Jacobean Music

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10th of 13 programmes PURCELL CONSORT JAMES TYLER and ANTHONY ROOLEY (lutes)
Tomkins Adieu , ye city-prisoning towers: Too much I once lamented: Weep no more thou sorry boy: Oft did I marle
John Johnson Lavecheo Pavane andGallyerde: FlattPavion and Gallyerde: Treble and Ground Vautor Never did any more delight: Sweet Suffolk owl; Lock up. fair lids
Thomas Robinson The Queen's Goodnight: A Plaine Song for two lutes: Fantasie for two lutes: A toy
Wilbye Flora gave me fairest flowers; Weep, weep mine eyes; Sweet honey-sucking bees: Cruel, behold my heavy ending

Contributors

Unknown: Purcell Consort
Unknown: James Tyler
Unknown: Anthony Rooley
Unknown: Tomkins Adieu
Unknown: Thomas Robinson
Unknown: Wilbye Flora

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Elizabethan and Jacobean Music

BBC Radio 3, 9 February 1970 11.00






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