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    Musicians of Shakespeare's Globe - This World Globe

    Musicians of Shakespeare's Globe - This World Globe
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    • Shakespeare-Lieder & Rezitationen aus Shakespeare-Werken
    • Künstler: Musicians of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London
    • Label: Signum, DDD, 2005
    • Bestellnummer: 9791381
    • Erscheinungstermin: 1.4.2007
    • Tracklisting

    Disk 1 von 2

    1. 1 La Montagnura, for ensemble (after Gasparo Zannetti)
    2. 2 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'Speak gentlemen, what shall we do today?'
    3. 3 Fanfare for ensemble (after Cesare Bendinelli)
    4. 4 Hackney for recorders
    5. 5 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'If music be the food of love, play on' / The Funerals (An
    6. 6 Chromatic Galliard, for ensemble
    7. 7 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'Is she that Marchant's wife?'
    8. 8 King Richard's Flourish, for ensemble (after Cesare Bendinelli)
    9. 9 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'When he doth hold conference upon the stage'
    10. 10 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'England, bound in with the triumphant seas' / Robin Is to
    11. 11 Galliard for viol consort (No. 12, Pavans and Galliards)
    12. 12 Torch Pavan (Passe et Medio / La Venissienne), for ensemble (after Tylman Susato and Claude Gervaise)
    13. 13 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'But soft, what light' / Lull Me Beyond Thee (John Playfor
    14. 14 Piva (from il Libro del Cortegiano)
    15. 15 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'Sit in a full theatre, and you will thinke'
    16. 16 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'When let but Falstaffe come'
    17. 17 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'Give me some music' / My Earl of Essex's Galliard (John D
    18. 18 The New-Yeeres Gift
    19. 19 Paduana del Re, for consort
    20. 20 Sonata No.12 sopra la Bergamasca, Libro 4
    21. 21 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'A Play is like a sinke in a Towne'
    22. 22 Fortune my foe
    23. 23 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'For within the hollow crown'
    24. 24 Patiencia
    25. 25 Drums, Flourish, Colours, for ensemble (after Cesare Bendinelli)
    26. 26 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'We are amazed'
    27. 27 Muy Linda, for viol consort
    28. 28 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'The quick eares of'
    29. 29 Hey, Robin
    30. 30 Heart's Ease, song
    31. 31 Gentil Madonna
    32. 32 Adoramus te Senor, for consort (after Francisco de la Torre)
    33. 33 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'Oft have I seene him, leape into the Grave'
    34. 34 Belle qui tiens ma vie, for consort (after Thoinot Arbeau)
    35. 35 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'I have been studying how I may compare'
    36. 36 On the Cold Ground, for consort (after John Playford)
    37. 37 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'That hand shall burn'
    38. 38 Mille regretz, for 3 voices
    39. 39 Battle Jig (Pavane de la Bataille), for ensemble
    40. 40 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'The world's a theatre'

    Disk 2 von 2

    1. 1 Vecchie letrose non valete niente, canzona for 4 voices
    2. 2 Lavolto, for ensemble (after Thomas Morley)
    3. 3 Pavan for consort 'Sharpe pavan'
    4. 4 Bobbing Joe
    5. 5 Almayne (56) for consort
    6. 6 Paul's Steeple, or The Duke of Norfolk (from John Playford's Dancing Master)
    7. 7 Bonny Sweet Robin, for consort (after a traditional English melody)
    8. 8 Ballo Francese / Schiarazula Marazula, for ensemble (after Giorgio Mainerio)
    9. 9 Ungarische und auch Bauern Danntz / Ein feines Täntzlein, for ensemble (after Augsburg Linz organ tablature)
    10. 10 A Pollish Vilanell
    11. 11 Fandango for ensemble (after Santiago de Murcia)
    12. 12 Bransle de la torche
    13. 13 Ladie Lie Near Mee / Bobbing Joe / Stingo, folk-song medley for consort (after the Wemyss Lute Book and John Playford)
    14. 14 Chorea Polonica No. 4 / Alia Hungarica Chorea No. 32, medley for ensemble (after the Codex Vietorisz and John Playford)
    15. 15 The Cushion Dance, for ensemble (after John Playford)
    16. 16 Mariana's Song / Take, O Take Those Lips Away, medley for consort (after the Vietorisz Codex)
    17. 17 Jota-Tarantella for ensemble (after Santiago de Murcia)
    18. 18 Tant que vivray, for consort (after Claudin de Sermisy)
    19. 19 Lachrimae Pavane, for keybaord (after Dowland)
    20. 20 The Batchelars delight
    21. 21 Love's Farewell (No 47 in Musicall Humors, 1605)
    22. 22 My Lord of Oxenfords Maske
    23. 23 Villan di Spagna, for guitar & theorbo
    24. 24 Lavolto
    25. 25 Galliard for viol consort (No. 24, Pavans and Galliards)
    26. 26 Pavana Dolorosa
    27. 27 Gallliarda Dolorosa
    28. 28 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'St. George for England' / The Battle of Boroughbridge (af
    29. 29 Scots Marche
    30. 30 This World's Globe, excerpts from texts and music from Shakespeare's time: 'So, bring us to our palace' / Final Jig and Playout
    31. 31 Prins Robbert Masco (Prince Rupert's March)
    32. 32 Heven and Erth
    33. 33 In the Midst of Life We Are in Death, for consort (after John Merbecke)