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Crystal Tears

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Catalogue number31009936
Release date2008-05-29
Discs1
Orig. sample rate44100Hz

There are few pleasures more delightful than musical melancholy, especially when it flows from the pen of the finest Elizabethan poets and a composer whose name will be forever associated with that emotion: John Dowland. His lute songs and consort songs form the backbone of Andreas Scholl's latest recital. The countertenor has gathered his favourite partners around him in the service of this sublime vocal art, elegantly distilling its fragile instants of grace. The songs are adroitly interspersed with instrumental pieces by Dowland's contemporaries.
 
 
01 Go crystal tears 06:29 $ 1.75 USD
02 Fantasia No. 4 03:30 $ 0.95 USD
03 Now, O now, I needs must part 04:32 $ 1.22 USD
04 Go nightly cares 04:02 $ 1.09 USD
05 Fantasia No. 3 02:55 $ 0.79 USD
06 Sorrow, come! 03:59 $ 1.08 USD
07 Semper Dowland, semper dolens 03:31 $ 0.95 USD
08 The Lady Rich her galliard 02:03 $ 0.55 USD
09 Have you seen the bright lily grow? 02:51 $ 0.77 USD
10 Though Amaryllis dance in green 03:43 $ 1.00 USD
11 Venus' birds whose mournful tunes 03:35 $ 0.97 USD
12 Full fathom five 02:10 $ 0.59 USD
13 Care-charming sleep 03:38 $ 0.98 USD
14 Like as the day 04:03 $ 1.09 USD
15 A Fancy 03:29 $ 0.94 USD
16 Time stands still 04:39 $ 1.26 USD
17 Four-note pavan 04:49 $ 1.30 USD
18 From silent night 04:06 $ 1.11 USD
19 O Death, rock me asleep 02:57 $ 0.80 USD
20 Fantasia No. 13 03:18 $ 0.89 USD
21 Come, heavy sleep 05:02 $ 1.36 USD
  Album total 01:19:21
ComposerAlfonso Ferrabosco II
Anonymous
John Bennet
John Dowland
John Ward
Patrick Mando
Richard Mico
Robert Johnson
William Byrd
EnsembleConcerto di Viole
ConductorJulian Behr

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