Make Music Part of Your Life Series: Th. Morley – Dances for Broken Consort, from the First Booke of Consort Lesson (1599)

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Th. Morley – Dances for Broken Consort, from the First Booke of Consort Lesson (1599)

From THE FIRST BOOKE OF CONSORT LESSONS, made by diuers exquisite Authors, for six Instruments to play together, the Treble Lute, the Bandora, the Cittern, the Base-Violl, the Flute & Treble-Violl
[published by William Barley in 1599]

William Byrd [1543-1623]
I. Mounsier’s Almaine – 0:05

John Dowland [1562-1626]
II. Lachrimae Pavan2:39

Anonymous composer [16th c.]
III. Michill’s Galliard – 7:15

John Dowland
IV. My Lord Chamberlain’s Galliard (lute duet) – 9:31

Richard Nicholson [c.1570 – Oxford, 1639]
V. The Jew’s Dance – 12:04

John Dowland
VI. Captaine Piper’s Pavan – 13:51
VII. Galliard – 18:07

William Byrd
VIII. My Lord of Oxenford’s Maske – 21:12

Thomas Morley [1557/8-1602]
IX. La Coranta- 24:05
X. Lavolto (La volta) – 26:32

Performed by The Early Music Consort of London
dir. David Munrow (recorder)
D. Nesbitt (triple viol), Jane Ryan (bass viol)
Desmond Dupre (Renaissance lute)
Ian Harwood (cittern)
Robert Spencer (pandora / lute)

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