La Reveuse: Purcell, Brossard, Lawes | Mirare MIR295

La Reveuse: Purcell, Brossard, Lawes

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Label: Mirare

Cat No: MIR295

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 3

Release Date: 13th November 2015

Contents

Works

Bachelar, Daniel

Prelude

Brossard, Sebastien de

Leandro
Oratorio sopra l'immaculata conceptione della B. Vergine
Sonata in C major, 2da
Trio Sonata no.1 'Lecons des morts' (Lessons of the dead)

Gaultier, Jacques

Courant

Lanier, Nicholas

Neither sighs, nor tears, nor mourning
No more shall meads be deckt with flowers

Lawes, Henry

Bid me but live, and I will live
Cloches de Mr Gaultier
Have you e'er seen the morning sun?
I rise and grieve
Or you, or I, nature did wrong
O tell me love! O tell me fate!
Out upon it, I have lov'd
Sleep soft, you cold clay cinders
Slide soft you silver floods
Sweet stay awhile, why do you rise?
Wert thou yet fairer than thou art
When thou, poor excommunicate
Whither are all her false oaths blown?

Lawes, William

Almain - Corant 1 - Corant 2 for two lutes
I'm sick of love
Why so pale and wan, fond lover?

Norcome, Daniel

Tregian's ground

Purcell, Henry

A Prince of glorious race, from Who can from joy refrain?
Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z355
A new Ground in E minor, ZT682
A new Irish tune, Z646
Cease, anxious world, your fruitless pain, Z362
Ground in C minor, Z221
Here the Deities approve, Z339
Music for a while, Z583
Pausanius, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585
» Sweeter than Roses
Prelude
Soft notes and gently raised (A Serenading Song), Z510
Sonata Terza
The Fairy Queen, Z629
» O, let me forever weep (Act 5)
The Indian Queen, Z630
» Dear pretty youth
Trio Sonata, for violin, bass viol and organ, Z780
When first Amintas sued for a kiss, Z430

Simpson, Christopher

Divisions on John come kiss me now

Withy, Francis

Divisions on a ground

Artists

Benjamin Perrot (theorbe)
La Reveuse

Conductor

Benjamin Perrot

Works

Bachelar, Daniel

Prelude

Brossard, Sebastien de

Leandro
Oratorio sopra l'immaculata conceptione della B. Vergine
Sonata in C major, 2da
Trio Sonata no.1 'Lecons des morts' (Lessons of the dead)

Gaultier, Jacques

Courant

Lanier, Nicholas

Neither sighs, nor tears, nor mourning
No more shall meads be deckt with flowers

Lawes, Henry

Bid me but live, and I will live
Cloches de Mr Gaultier
Have you e'er seen the morning sun?
I rise and grieve
Or you, or I, nature did wrong
O tell me love! O tell me fate!
Out upon it, I have lov'd
Sleep soft, you cold clay cinders
Slide soft you silver floods
Sweet stay awhile, why do you rise?
Wert thou yet fairer than thou art
When thou, poor excommunicate
Whither are all her false oaths blown?

Lawes, William

Almain - Corant 1 - Corant 2 for two lutes
I'm sick of love
Why so pale and wan, fond lover?

Norcome, Daniel

Tregian's ground

Purcell, Henry

A Prince of glorious race, from Who can from joy refrain?
Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z355
A new Ground in E minor, ZT682
A new Irish tune, Z646
Cease, anxious world, your fruitless pain, Z362
Ground in C minor, Z221
Here the Deities approve, Z339
Music for a while, Z583
Pausanius, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585
» Sweeter than Roses
Prelude
Soft notes and gently raised (A Serenading Song), Z510
Sonata Terza
The Fairy Queen, Z629
» O, let me forever weep (Act 5)
The Indian Queen, Z630
» Dear pretty youth
Trio Sonata, for violin, bass viol and organ, Z780
When first Amintas sued for a kiss, Z430

Simpson, Christopher

Divisions on John come kiss me now

Withy, Francis

Divisions on a ground

Artists

Benjamin Perrot (theorbe)
La Reveuse

Conductor

Benjamin Perrot

About

Contents:
CD 1:
Purcell - Cease, Anxious World
Songs & chamber music [MIR033]
Hassler's pure tone, delicate decorations, easy phrasing and profound connection to the poetry are complemented by La Rêveuse's ensemble of violins, triple harp, organ, harpsichord and theorbo.” - The Independent on Sunday

CD 2: Sébastien de Brossard: Oratorios, Leandro [MIR125]

CD 3: Henry Lawes: Ayres
Ayres for tenor and instrumental pieces from the England of Charles I & Cromwell [MIR177]
“A pleasing mix of songs… Throughout the accompaniments are lively and imaginative, with added and delightful instruments interludes between verses… He (the singer) sings with impressive control and affecting intensity, particularly is Lawes’ setting of John Donne’s ‘Sweet stay awhile’, which is beautifully performed. The instrumental pieces are excellently performed” - Early Music Review, August 2013

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