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Label : Vanguard
Format : Flac (image + cue)
Cover : Yes

Tracklist :

CD1: Tavern Songs – Catches and glees and other diverse entertainment of Merrie England
Henry Purcell: A choice collection of the most diverting CATCHES, composed by Mr. Henry Purcell –
1 Man is for the woman made 1:18
2 Sir Walter 1:43
3 To thee and to the maid 1:37
4 Chiding catch (“Fie, Nay”) 1:25
5 Once, twice, thrice 2:45
6 When the cock begins to crow 2:49
7 An epitaph: “Under this stone” 1:57
8 Earl of Mornington: T’was you, Sir 1:26
9 Jeremy Savile: Had she not care enough 1:11
10 William Turner: Young Anthony 1:37
11 anon., publ. 1764: Amo, amas, I love a lass 1:46
12 William Cornyshe: Ah, Robin 2:25
13 William Lawes: Bess black 2:40
14 Anon., publ. 1609: I am athirst 0:36
15 John Eccles: Wine does wonder 2:35
16 William Cornyshe: Hoyda, jolly rutterkin 2:24
17 Henry Purcell: An ape, a lion, a fox and an ass 1:28
18 Anon., coll. by Thomas Lant, 1580: Troll the bowl 1:18
19 John Travers: Fair and ugly, false and true 2:38
20 Anon., publ. 1614: We be soldiers three 1:42
21 John Bennet: Hunting madrigal: Lure, falconers, lure! 1:36
22 Henry Lawes: Sing fair Clorinda 3:35
23 Benjamin Rogers: Restoration pastoral: In the merry month of May 1:45
24 Henry Purcell: Patriotic song: True Englismen 1:33
25 Reginald Spofforth: 18th century glee club: L’ape e la serpe 4:11
The Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, director
Alfred Deller (ct), Gerald English (t), Wilfred Brown (t), Maurice Bevan (bs)

26 John Hilton: Call George again 1:16
27 Luffman Atterbury: As t’other day 1:45
28 Thomas Arne: The street intrigue 2:09
29 John Blow: Batholomew Fair 1:37
30 Anon.: He that will an alehouse keep 1:23
31 John Blow: The self banished 2:34
32 Anon.: Inigo Jones 1:43
33 Thomas Arne: Which is the properest day to drink 1:53
34 John Blow: Galloping Joan 1:28
35 Anon.: Sumer is icumen in 1:46
36 William Boyce: John Cooper 1:42
37 Henry Lawes: The captive lovers 1:54
38 Henry Purcell: Young Collin 2:14
39 Henry Purcell: If all be true 1:17
40 Joseph Barnby: Sweet and low 3:21
The Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, director
Alfred Deller (ct), Edgar Fleet (t), Gerald English (t), Wilfred Brown (t), Owen Grundy (ba), Maurice Bevan (bs)

CD2: The Cries of London
1 John Cobb (ed. D. Stevens): These are the Cries of London Town 1:26
2 Thomas Ravenscroft (ed. D. Stevens): New Oysters 0:54
3 Richard Dering (ed. D. Stevens): The Cries of London 0:26
4 Thomas Ravenscroft (ed. D. Stevens): A Bellman’s song 0:52
5 Anon.: New Oysters 1:13
6 Anon.: The Painter’s Song 2:21
7 Savage: Muffins Ho! 1:16
8 Richard Dering (ed. H. Purcell): Country Cries 6:01
9 Anon. (ed. D. Stevens): A Quart a Penny 1:16
10 Anon.: I Can Mend Your Tubs and Pails 1:12
11 Edmund Nelham (ed. D. Stevens): Have You any Work for the Tinker 1:33
12 Thomas Ravenscroft (ed. D. Stevens): Brooms for Old Shoes 2:10
13 Thomas Weelkes (ed. J. Noble): The Cries of London 6:34
14 Luffman Atterbury: One a Penny, Two a Penny 1:32
The Ambrosian Singers / Denis Stevens, conductor (1-2, 5, 7, 9-12)
The Deller Consort (3, 4-6, 8, 13-14)
Alfred Deller (ct, tr.4), April Cantelo (s, tr.13), Wilfred Brown (t, tr.6)
London Chambers Players / Alfred Deller, director
Granville Jones & James Barton (vln), Patrick Ireland & Kenneth Essex (vla), William Pleeth (c)

15 William Lawes: She weepeth sore 2:11
16 Henry Lawes: Angler’s Song 1:07
17 Jonathan Bartishill: Here on his back 2:21
The Deller Consort
Alfred Deller (ct), Edgar Fleet (t), Gerald English (t), Wilfred Brown (t), Owen Grundy (ba), Maurice Bevan (bs)

CD3: The Three Ravens / The Wraggle-Taggle Gypsies
Anon.:
1 The Three Ravens 3:22
2 The Cuckoo 1:44
3 How Should I Your True Love Know (Ophelia’s song from Hamlet) 1:43
4 Sweet Nightingale 2:16
5 I Will Give My Love an Apple 1:45
6 The Oak and the Ash 2:23
7 King Henry 2:43
8 Coventry Carol 2:20
9 Barbara Allen 2:10
10 Heigh Ho, the Wind and the Rain (“Twelfth Night”) 1:58
11 Waly, Waly 3:02
12 Down in Yon Forest 2:14
13 Matthew, Mark, Luke and John 3:07
14 The Tailor and the Mouse 1:34
15 Greensleaves 2:17
16 The Wraggle Taggle Gypsies 3:16
17 Lord Rendall 5:40
18 Sweet Jane 2:39
19 The Frog and the Mouse 1:47
20 The Seeds of Love 3:53
21 Flowers in the Valley 2:17
22 Near London Town 3:05
23 O Who’s Going to Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot 1:36
24 Blow Away the Morning Dew 3:16
25 Searching for lambs 2:17
26 Sweet England 2:59
27 Dabbling in the Dew 2:00
28 Strawberry Fair 2:12
29 Just as the Tide Was a-Flowing 2:24
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar

CD4: Ralph Vaughan Williams – Folk Songs of Britain / English Lute Songs
Anon. trad. British, arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams:
1 An Acre of Land 1:33
2 A Farmer’s Son So Sweet 1:36
3 The Lover’s Ghost 3:24
4 The Turtle Dove 2:50
5 John Dory 2:25
6 Greensleeves 5:07
7 The Jolly Ploughboy 1:08
8 Gloucestershire Wassail 2:34
9 Down by the Riverside 1:34
10 Bushes and Briars 2:57
11 Just as the Tide was Flowing 2:15
12 Ca’ the Yowes 4:20
13 My Boy Billy 2:14
14 The Spring Time of the Year 2:49
15 Ward the Pirate 2:47
16 The Painful Plough 3:52
17 The Dark-Eyed Sailor 2:08
18 The Cuckoo and the Nightingale 2:02
19 Loch Lomond 3:14
The Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, director
Eileen Poulter (s), Mary Thomas (s), Alfred Deller (ct), Wilfred Brown (t), Gerald English (t), Maurice Bevan (ba), Geoffrey Coleby (bs)
Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar

20 Thomas Campion: Shall I come sweet love to thee 3:06
21 Thomas Morley: Will ye by a fine dog 1:17
22 John Dowland: Me, me and none but me 3:45
23 Wilt thou unkind 1:39
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute

CD5: Awake, Sweet Love – Airs & Partsongs of John Dowland / English Lute Songs
1 John Dowland: First Book of Airs, 1597 – Wilt thou, unkind, thus reave me? 1:59
2 First Book of Airs, 1597 – Awake, sweet love 3:27
3 A Musical Banquet, 1610 – In darkness let me dwell 4:41
4 Third Book of Airs, 1603 – Me, me, and none but me 3:58
5 A Pilgrim’ Solace, 1612 – Go, nightly cares 5:19
6 First Book of Airs, 1597 – If my complaints could passions move 4:25
7 First Book of Airs, 1597 – Sleep, wayward thoughts 3:52
8 Third Book of Airs, 1603 – Flow not so fast, Ye fountains 3:56
9 First Book of Airs, 1597 – Come again! Sweet love doth now invite 2:03
10 Second Book of Airs, 1600 – Sorrow, stay 4:11
11 If that a sinner’s sighs 3:23
The Deller Consort
Honor Sheppard, soprano / Alfred Deller, countertenor / Maurice Bevan, baritone / Philipp Todd, tenor / Desmond Dupre, lute / Beatrice Reichert, viola da gamba (track 5) / Viktor Redtenbacher,violin (track 5)

12 Francis Pilkington: Rest, sweet Nymphs 4:07
13 John Dowland: What if I never speed 2:14
14 Thomas Campion: Care charming sleep 5:39
15 John Dowland: Shall I sue 2:52
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute

CD6: Awake, Sweet Love / The Cruel Mother / The Western Wind
1 John Dowland: Second Book of Airs, 1600 – Fine knack for ladies 2:20
2 Second Book of Airs, 1600 – Flow, my tears 5:20
3 First Book of Airs, 1597 – Can she excuse my wrongs 4:04
The Deller Consort
Honor Sheppard, soprano / Alfred Deller, countertenor / Maurice Bevan, baritone / Philipp Todd, tenor / Desmond Dupre, lute

Anon.:
4 When Cockleshells Turn Silver Bells 1:47
5 An Eriskay Love Lilt 2:57
6 Peggy Ramsay 1:38
7 Bushes and Briars 2:22
8 Brigg Fair 2:17
9 The Cruel Mother 6:26
10 A Sweet Country Life 1:36
11 The Bitter Withy 2:44
12 Lang a-Growing 4:45
13 The Lover’s Ghost 3:56
14 Lovely Joan 2:03
15 She Moved Through the Fair 3:33
16 A Brisk Young Lad He Courted Me 2:30
17 Geordie 3:54
The Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, director
Eileen Poulter (s), Mary Thomas (s), Alfred Deller (ct), Wilfred Brown (t), Gerald English (t), Maurice Bevan (ba), Geoffrey Coleby (bs)
Desmond Dupre, lute

18 Westron Wynd 0:47
19 Early One Morning 2:14
20 Black is the Color 1:52
21 All the Pretty Little Horses 1:33
22 Lowlands 2:35
23 The Sally Gardens (text: William Butler Yeats) 2:04
24 Bendemeer’s Stream (text: Thomas Moore) 1:08
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar / John Sothcott, recorder

CD7: English Lute Songs / The Western Wind
1 Anon.: Have you seen but a white lilly 2:39
2 Philip Rosseter: When Laura smiles 1:48
3 John Dowland: Come again! Sweet love doth now invite 2:26
4 John Danyel: Chromatic tunes 8:35
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar

Anon.:
5 Annie Laurie (text: William Douglas of Fingland, 1686) 3:30
6 The Miller of the Dee 1:34
7 Cockles and Mussels 1:50
8 Drink to Me Only (text: Ben Johnson) 2:57
9 The Foggy, Foggy Dew 1:58
10 Frog Went a-Courtin’ 1:48
11 The Turtle Dove 3:22
12 Pretty Polly Oliver 1:29
13 The Carrion Crow 1:48
14 The Wife of Usher’s Well 3:52
15 Henry Martin 2:32
16 Anon., early settlers of De Kalb County, Texas: I am a poor wayfaring stranger 4:14
17 Anon.: Cold Blows the Wind 4:40
18 Anon.: Skye Boat Song 1:35
19 Anon., from Cecil Sharp’s “English Folksongs of the South Appalachians”: When the Sun Goes In 6:39
20 Anon.: A Ballad upon a Wedding (text: Sir John Suckling) 1:35
Alfred Deller, countertenor / Desmond Dupre, lute and guitar / John Sothcott, recorder

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