• BIS2055 Katalognummer
  • 7318599920559 EAN
  • 1SACD Format
  • 2013 Utgivelsesår

Lindberg, Jakob (lute)

Anonymous | Bacheler, Daniel | Dowland, John | Gaultier, Jacques | Hely, Cuthbert | Johnson, Robert | Robinson, Thomas



Dowland, John: A Fancy

Robinson, Thomas:
Merry Melancholy
A Galliard
Walking in a Country Town
A Gigue

Johnson, Robert: Pavan 

A Scottish Dance
Draw Near to Me and Love Me
Hence to me Molly Gray
A Scottish Tune
Scottish Hunts Up

Bacheler, Daniel: Mounsiers Almain

Hely, Cuthbert:

Dowland, John: Battle Galliard

Bacheler, Daniel:
La Jeune Fillette

Gaultier, Jacques:

Bacheler, Daniel: Pavan

John Come Kiss Me Now

Johnson, Robert: Fantasia

Robinson, Thomas:
The Spanish Pavan
A Gigue
A Toy
Row Well, you Mariners

Dowland, John: Sir John Langton’s Pavan

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Editor's Choice, Gramophone
Instrumental Choice, BBC Music Magazine

“This is such a wonderfully representative collection of English lute music… All is beautifully played and assembled.” American Record Guide

From the reign of Henry VIII and onwards, the lute and its practitioners enjoyed the patronage of the very highest English society. Henry played the lute himself, as did his daughter Elizabeth I, who during one period employed as many as five lutenists at her court. In 1603, when she was succeeded on the throne by James I, the tradition was maintained: with his appointment of John Dowland the king increased the number of royal lutenists, while his queen, Anne of Denmark, played the lute herself. This royal enthusiasm for the lute influenced the aristocracy, and an English style of lute music was established. A large corpus of solo music has been preserved, mostly in manuscript sources, from which Jakob Lindberg has made a personal selection. This includes obvious candidates – such as John Dowland and Robert Johnson – but also pieces by the enigmatic Cuthbert Hely, whose work only survives in one single lute book, and by a certain ‘Gauthier' – possibly Jacques Gaultier, who had fled to England after killing an adversary in a duel. The inclusion of this French lutenist also serves to highlight the abundance of French lute music in Jacobean sources, especially, as heard here, in the form of courantes. Another favourite genre in many lute books are settings, often anonymous, of Scottish folk music, and this is also reflected in Lindberg's selection. One of the foremost exponents of the lute and this repertoire, Jakob Lindberg performs the programme on what is possibly the world's oldest lute in playing condition, built in c. 1590 – and thus almost exactly contemporary with the music on this disc.


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