• ALPHA636 Katalognummer
  • 3760014196362 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien | Lazarevitch, Francois

Lazarevitch, Francois

McGown, Fiona (soprano) | Sorini, Enea (baritone) | Scott, Nick

Anonymous | Purcell, Henry | Oswald, James

Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien




Bonny Kathern Loggy 4:11
Bellamira (After Solomon Eccles) – Greensleeves (After James Oswald) 3:30
The Witty Western Lasse, to the Tune Called The Beggar Boy 5:28
Emperor of the Moon / Ormond House 3:25

Henry Purcell:
How Vile Are the Sordid Intrigues 2:58

Sefauchi's Farewell (After Henry Purcell) 5:09
An Italian Ayre (Fuggi, Fuggi, Fuggi) [After Henry Lawes] 4:22
Nobody's Jig – Black and Grey – Where Will Our Goodman Lie – Maiden Lane 4:19
Drive the cold winter away 4:40
John Come Kiss Me Now (Variations by Thomas Baltzar, Christopher Simpson, David Mell, Solon Eccles) 6:21
When Daphne from fair Phoebus did fly 4:37
Scots Rant – Argiers (Variations After Jacob van Eyck) 4:55
Mr Lane's Maggot 2:53

Henry Purcell, James Oswald:
The Lord Monk's March – Hey to the Camp 3:18

Henry Purcell:
A Lad of the Town 3:36

Bacchus's Health, On the Tune Paul's Steeple (Variations Published by John Playford and John Walsh) 4:30

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This programme reflects the full flavour and richness of English music and the instrumental and vocal repertory it inspired in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The rhythmic impulse of this repertory sometimes making use of ostinato culminates in the grounds, jigs, contredanses and so on that were all the rage at the time and led to the publication of John Playford's collection The English Dancing Master in 1651. Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien, showing their familiarity with early sources from England, Scotland and Ireland, also emphasise the melodic aspect of these dances, which in the course of time became sung airs the soprano Fiona McGown and the baritone Enea Sorini complete a colourful instrumentarium. Finally, the light-hearted dimension of entertainment is present everywhere in this repertory, which was popular in the sense that it was universally practised at the time, achieving a fame that spread far beyond the British Isles.


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