• PAS1041 Katalognummer
  • 5425004180414 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2018 Utgivelsesår

Munderloh, David – tenor

Behr, Julian – lute | Tecardi, Silvia (viol)

Lawes, Henry



Lawes, Henry:
Amarillis, by a spring;
I´ll tell you how the rose did first grow red | In Celia´s face a question did arise; Dear, turn away thine eyes so bright;
Come, Cloris, hie we to thy bow´r;
Slide soft, ye silver floods;
Sweet lady and sole mistress of my love;
A willow garland;
Sabrina Fair;
How cool and temp´rate I am grown;
Sweet death come visit my sick heart;
Hither we come into this world of woe;
I burn, and cruel you;
Did I once say that thou wert fair?;
Hence, vain intruder, haste away;
Sorrow, in vain why dost thou seek to tempt;
Keep on your vail and hide your eye;
Oh, let me still and silent lie;
I rise and grieve;
Unto the soundless vaults of hell below;
Pale ink, thou art not black enough of hue;
My wand´ring thoughts have travelled ´round;


The early English Baroque composers Henry Lawes (1595-1662) and John Wilson (1595-1674) were friends and colleagues in Oxford; both were members of King's Musick and employed at the Chapel Royal, where they worked in the immediate vicinity of King Charles I. Under the atmospheric title 'How the rose did first grow red' songs by Lawes and lute works by Wilson are presented here.


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