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Larson: The Matter of Song in Early Modern England

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Click the links below to listen to fourteen pieces performed by solo soprano (the author) and lute (Lucas Harris)

Piece number Piece title Composer
1 “My father faine would have mee take a man that hath a beard” Robert Jones
2 Psalm 51 Anon.
3 Psalm 130 Anon.
4 “Bright Aurelia” Charles Coleman
5 “Go thy way” Anon.
6 “If ever hapless woman had a cause” John Bartlet
7 “Mrs. M. E. her Funerall teares for the death of her husband” John Danyel
8 “Come my Lucatia” Henry Lawes
9 “In vaine, faire Cloris Mary Dering
10 “Oh mee, the time is come to part” Anon.
11 “Love grown proud” John Wilson
12 Was I to blame” Alfonso Ferrabosco
13 “Sweet Echo” Henry Lawes
14 “Resound my voice” John Attey

 

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