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Guillaume Dufay. Se la face ay pale (Mass & Chanson) – The Early Music Consort of London

Guillaume Dufay. Se la face ay pale (Mass & Chanson)
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.
     
    Guillaume Dufay

  1. Gloria ad modum tubae
  2. Chanson: Se la face ay pale
    1. Original three-part version
    2. Keyboard version I (Buxheimer Orgelbuch)
    3. Keyboard version II (Buxheimer Orgelbuch)
    4. Four part instrumental version attributed to Dufay

  3. Guillaume Dufay, Missa « Se la face ay pale »

  4. Kyrie
  5. Gloria
  6. Credo
  7. Sanctus
  8. Agnus

Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London: James Bowman (countertenor), Charles Brett (countertenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), Paul Elliott (tenor), Ian Thompson (tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (baritone), Maurice Bevan (baritone), Michael Laird (cornet), Alan Lumsden (cornet, sackbut), Roger Brenner (sackbut), Martin Nicholls (sackbut), David Munrow (shawm), James Tyler (viol, lute), Oliver Brookes (viol), Christopher Hogwood (harp, organ)
David Munrow, dir.

Duración:  45′ 10″ 

Lugar y fecha de grabación: Abbey Road Studios, London, UK [septiembre 1973] 

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The Pleasures of the Royal Courts – The Early Music Consort of London

The Pleasures of the Royal Courts
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow

  1. The Courtly Art of the Trouvères
    1. Adam de la Halle (c.1237-c.1286): Tant con je vivrai
    2. Anon (13th century): La sexte estampie real
    3. Anon (13th century): Ductia
    4. Colin Muset (early 13th century): Quant je voy yver
    5. Adam de la Halle: Fines amouretes ai
    6. Anon (13th century): Souvent souspire mon cuer
  2. The Burgundian Court of Philip the Good
    1. M. Gulielmus (late 15th century): Falla con misuras
    2. Johannes Legrant (fl.c.1419-c.1446): Entre vous, noviaux mariés
    3. Dufay: Vergine bella
  3. The German Court of Emperor Maximilian
    1. Isaac: Isbruck, ich muß dich lassen (countertenor, recorder, fiddle, viol)
    2. Johann Weck (early 16th century): Spanyöler Tancz & Hopper Dancz
    3. Ludwig Senfl (c.1486-c.1543): Nun wöllt ihr hören neue Mär’
  4. Italian Music of the Medici Court
    1. Three carnival songs (c.1505):
      • Paolo Scotto: o fallace speranza
      • Jac. Fo.: Tua volsi esser sempre mai
      • Joh. Bapt. Zesso: E quando andarete al monte
    2. Six anonymous polyphonic dances (early 16th century):
      • Zorzi
      • Pavana in passe e mezzo
      • Saltarello de la pavana
      • La Manfrolina
      • El pomo de lo pomaro
      • La rocha el fuso
    3. Marchetto Cara (d.c.1525): Non e tempo
  5. The Spanish Courts in the Early 16th Century
    1. Diego Ortiz (c.1525-c.1570): Recercadas primera y segunda
    2. Alonso (early 16th century): La tricotea Samartín
    3. Antonio de Cabezón (c.1510-1566): Diferencias sobre “La dama le demanda”
    4. Anon (early 16th century): Rodrigo Martines
    5. Juan del Encina (1468-c.1530): Ay triste que vengo
    6. Anon (early 16th century): Pase el agoa, ma Julieta

Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London : James Bowman (countertenor), David Munrow (recorders, gemshorn, crumhorns, kortholt, shawm, dulcian), Oliver Brookes (viol), Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord, harp, percussion), Mary Remnant (medieval fiddle, portative organ, tabor)

Duración:  46′

Lugar y fecha de grabación: Nueva York, USA [1976]

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Music for Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain- The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.

Music for Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain – Instrumemts of the Middle Ages & Renaissance 
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.

    Anon.

  1. Dónde se sufre, JuanaAlonso (attr.)
  2. La tricotea sa’ Martín la vea
  3. Carlo Verardi

  4. Viva el gran Re Don Fernando con la Reina Doña Isabella
  5. Alonso de Alva

  6. Ut queant laxis
  7. Pedro de Escobar

  8. Virgen bendita sin par
  9. Luis de Milán

  10. Fantasia XI
  11. Alonso de Mudarra

  12. Claros y frescos rios
  13. Anon.:

  14. El cervel
  15. Juan de Anchieta

  16. En memoria d’Alixandre
  17. Anon.:

  18. Sola me dexaste – Minno amor, dexiste ay
  19. Alonso de Mudara

  20. Tiento
  21. Tomas de Santa Maria:

  22. Fantasias I
  23. Fantasia XI
  24. Fantasia XXV
  25. Luis de Milán

  26. Aquel caballero, madre
  27. Anon.

  28. L’amor, donna, ch’io te porto
  29. Jusquin d’Ascanio (aka Josquin Desprez)

  30. In te Domini speravi
  31. Anon.

  32. Guarda, donna, el mio tormento
  33. Antonio de Cabezón

  34. Diferencias sobre la gallarda milanesa
  35. Anon.

  36. Ave, Virgo, gratia plena
  37. Pedro de Escobar

  38. Sumens illud
  39. Anon.

  40. Dios te salve, cruz preciosa
  41. Diego Ortiz

  42. Recercada quarta
  43. Recercada settima
  44. Juan del Encina

  45. Triste España
  46. Anon.

  47. Jançu, Janto
  48. Rackett – Giorgio Mainerio: Il Primo Libro di Balli 1578

  49. Caro ortolano
  50. Cornamuse – Antonio Gardane: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545

  51. Bicinium: Le cuer de vous
  52. Kortholt – Guillaume le Heurteur: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545

  53. Bicinium: Mon petit cueur
  54. Flute – Claudin de Sermisy: Attaingnant’s Second Book: Chansons musicales 1633

  55. Chanson: Amour me poingt
  56. Recorder (a) 8′ Consort – Guillaume le Heurteur: Attaingnant’s Second Book: Chansons musicales 1633

  57. Chanson: Hellas ! Amour
  58. Renaissance organ – Pedro de Soto

  59. Entrada réal
  60. Harpsichord – Gionanni Salvatore, Naples MS

  61. Toccata
  62. Alto & tenor cornett – Pierre de Machincourt: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545

  63. Bicinium “Amor organ”
  64. Mandora – Giorgio Mainerio: Il Primo Libro di Balli 1578

  65. Ballo Anglese
  66. Vihuela – Luis de Milán: El Maestro, 1536

  67. Fantasia XI
  68. Guitar – Anon.: Braye Lute Book c. 1560

  69. Pavana (Variation on the Romanesca)
  70. Violin – Anon., 16th c.

  71. La Volta



Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.

Duración: 69′ 37″
 
Lugar y fecha de grabación: Abbey Road Studio, Londres, Inglaterra [mayo/1972]

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Medieval and Renaissance Sounds, vol 1 – David Munrow

Medieval and Renaissance Sounds, vol 1 (LP)
David Munrow

    Anon., France, 13th c.

  1. Danse royale
  2. Anon., Scotland, ca 1250

  3. Dance tune
  4. Anon., France, before 1316

  5. Motet: Vertias arpie
  6. Anon., England, ca. 1270

  7. Gymel: Jesus Cristes Milde Moder
  8. Anon., England, 15th c.

  9. Carol: Nowell, sing we
  10. Trad,, England

  11. Piper’s fancy
  12. Richard Coeur-de-Lion

  13. Ballade: Ja nuns hons pris
  14. Anon., Italy 15th c.

  15. Saltarello
  16. Anon., 16th c.

  17. Pistillon
  18. Anon., 16 / 17th c.

  19. Alarm
  20. R. Askue

  21. A Jig
  22. Francis Cutting

  23. The Squirrel’s Toy
  24. Pierre Certon:

  25. Bicinium: Je nose etre content
  26. Anon., 17th c.

  27. Wat zalmen op den avond doen
  28. Francesco Benusi

  29. Pavana: Desiderara
  30. Music at Henry VIII’s Court

     Henry VIII

  31. Helas madame
  32. Anon.

  33. Si Fortune
  34. Consort
  35. Henry VIII

  36. Tauder naken
  37. If love now reigned
  38. En vray amoure
  39. Elizabethan Popular Tunes

     

    Anon.

  40. La volta
  41. Kemp’s Jig
  42. Tower Hill
  43. A bergomask
  44. Bouffons
  45. Renaissance Dances

    Giorgio Mainerio

  46. Ungarescha
  47. Michael Praetorius

  48. La bouree
  49. Tielman Susato

  50. Basse danse: Bergeret sans roch
  51. Tielman Susato

  52. Ronde mon amy
  53. Anon.

  54. Galliard: La Rocha el fuso
  55. Michael Praetorius

  56. Ballet des baccanales et des feus
Intérpretes: David Munrow (woodwind instruments: chinese shawm,bagpipes, flutes recorders, pipe and tabor, gemshorn, crumhorns, cornamuses, rauschpfeifen, dulcians, kortholts, racketts, nicolo shawm, garkleinflotlein), Gillian Reid (psaltery, medieval bells, percussion), Christopher Hogwood (regal, harpsichord) 
Duración: 20′ 05″ + 24′ 37″ = 44′ 42″  

Lugar y fecha de grabación: ? 1970  (publicación : 1980)

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Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance – The Early Music Consort – David Munrow .

Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
    The Early Music Consort – David Munrow, dir.
  
CD 1

       Woodwind

      Anon., Italy, 14th c.
   1. Saltarello
     Anon., Syria, Trad.
   2. Sheperd’s tune
     Anon., Italy, 14th c.
   3. Saltarello
    Guillaume de Machaut
      Ballade: Dame se vous m’estes
    Anon., France, 13th c.: Chansonnier Cangé
   4. Pastourelle: Au temps d’aost
    Anon., France, 13th c.: Chansonnier Cangé
   5. Chanson à refrain: A prisai qu’en chantant plour
   Master Alexander
   6. Minnesinger melody: Owe daz nach liebe gat
   Thibaut de Navarre
   7. Chanson pieuse: Dou tres douz non a la Virge Marie
    Jehannot de Lescurel
   8. Virelai: Gracïeusette
    Guiraut d’Espanha de Toloza
   9. Dansa: Ben volgra, s’esser poges
    Anon., ca 1300
  10. English Te Deum
    Colin Muset
  11. Chansonnette: Quant je voy yver retorner

      Keyboard

     Vincenzo da Rimini
  12. Madrigal: Ay schonsolato ed amoroso
     Anon., England, ca 1320: Robertsbridge fragment
  13. Estampie
    Jehan d’Esquiri
  14. Chanson: Joliveté et bone amor
    Conrad Paumann
  15. Ellend du hast
     
     Brass

     Hermann, monk of Salzburg
  16. Fanfare: Untarn slap tut den sumer wol
    Guillaume Dufay
      Fanfare: Ad modum tubae
    Gilbert de Berneville
  17. Ballade: De moi doloreus vos chant
     Hermann, monk of Salzburg
      Das Nachthorn
     Anon., Germany 1349
      Geisslerlied: Maria muoter rein¨ maït
     Hermann, monk of Salzburg
      Der trumpet

   Strings

    Anon., France, 13th c.: Chansonnier Cangé
  18. Lai: Qui porroit un guierredon
    Tassin (attr.)
      Dance tune
    Anon., 11th c.
  19. Goliard melody: O Roma nobilis
    Anon., Ornkey Isles, 12th c.
  20. Hymn to St. Magnus: Nobilis humilis
    Jacopo da Bologna
  21. Madrigal: Tanto soavamente
  22. Madrigal: Di nuovo é giunto
   Thibaut de Blason
  23. Chanson: Amours que porra
   Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  24. Cantiga 249: Aquel que de voontade Santa Maria servir, 
   Guillaume de Machaut
  25. Virelai: Quant je sui mis
   Anon. 13th c.
  26. English Dance
   Anon., France, 13th c.
  27. La Septime estampie real
   Francesco Landini
  28. Ballata: Poi che da te mi convien
   Guillaume de Machaut
  29. Virelai: Comment qu’a moy
   Anon., France, early 14th c.: Roman de Fauvel
  30. Improvised fanfare
      Motet: Quant ie le voy – Bon vin – Cis chans veult boire
     
   CD 2

  Percussion (medieval and renaissance)
    
  Samuel Voelckel: Newe touche weltliche
  31. Courante I
      Courante II
      Curtal – Tielman Susato
  32. Chanson: Ce qui souloit
      Courtaut
      Giorgio Mainerio: Il Primo Libro di Balli 1578
  33. Caro ortolano
      Johann Schein: Banchetto Musicale 1617
  34. Padouana
      Antonio Gardane: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545
  35. Bicinium: Le cuer de vous
     Guillaume le Heurteur: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545
  36. Bicinium: Mon petit cueur
     Michael Praetorius: Terpsichore 1612
  37. Branle double I
      Branle double II
      Branle double III
    Claudin de Sermisy: Attaingnant’s Second Book: Chansons musicales 1633
  38. Chanson: Amour me poingt
    Guillaume le Heurteur: Attaingnant’s Second Book: Chansons musicales 1633
  39. Chanson: Hellas ! Amour
    Anthony Holborne: Pavans, Galliards, Allmains and other short aeirs 1599
  40. The Fairie Rounde

      Keyboard

    Pedro de Soto
  41. Entrada réal
    Conrad Paumann: Fundamentum
  42. (a) Prelude: Ascensus simplex
      Regal – Anon., Germany, 15th c.: Buxheim Orgelbuch
      (b) Min Hertz hat sich seb gefröwet
    Gionanni Salvatore, Naples MS
  43. Toccata
    Anon., 16th c.: Dublin Virginal Book c. 1570
  44. Variation on the Romanesca
    Giorgio Mainerio: Il Primo Libro di Balli 1578
  45. Ballo Francese

    Brass

     Claudio Monteverdi: Orfeo 1607
  46. Toccata
        Toccata
     Heinrich Biber: Sonata for trombone, two violins and continuo
  47. Adagio and Allegro
     Michael Praetorius: Musae Sionae IV
      Lobt Gott ihr Christen alle gleich
     Girolamo Frescobaldi: Canzoni da sonare, 1634
  48. Canzona for “due canti”
     Pierre de Machincourt: Rhaw’s bicinia Gallica et latina 1545
  49. Bicinium “Amor organ”
     Girolamo Frescobaldi: Canzoni da sonare, 1634
  50. Canzona Quarta for “basso solo”
      
 Strings

      John Dowland
  51. Orlando Sleepeth
      Thomas Mace: Musick’s Monument 1676
  52. A Fancy – Prelude or Voluntary
      Giorgio Mainerio: Il Primo Libro di Balli 1578
  53. Ballo Anglese
      Anthony Holborne: The Cittharn Schoole
  54. Galliarde for cittern and bass
      Alessandro Piccini: Intavolatura di Liuto, et di Chitarrone
  55. Toccata prima
     John Dowland, Braye bandora MS, c. 1600:
  56. Galliard
     Jane Pickering’s Lute Book
  57. Duet “Le Rossignol”
     Luis de Milán: El Maestro, 1536
  58. Fantasia XI
    Anon.: Braye Lute Book c. 1560
  59. Pavana (Variation on the Romanesca)
      (a) Viol (consort) – William Byrd:
  60. Fantasy in four parts
    Thomas Ford:
      Duet “Forget me not”
    Anon., 16th c.
  61. La Volta

     

Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London . Andrew van der Beek (alto cornamuse, alto crumhorn, bass curtal, tenor kortholt, great-bass rackett, alto recorder, great-bass recorder, soprano rauschpfeife), Paul Bernard (organ), Roger Brenner (sackbutt, tenor sackbutt), Oliver Brookes (bass crumhorn, bowed lyre, alto rauschpfeife, bass rebec, bass recorder, tenor recoder, tromba marina, viol, bass viol, violone), David Corkhill (dulcimer, side drum, kettledrums, nakers, tabor, tambourin, mediaeval triangle with rings, xylophone), Christopher Hogwood (fretted clavichord, harp, irish harp, harpsichord, hurdy-gurdy, organ, portative organ, regal, tabor, virginal), Trevor Jones (bass viol), Michael Laird (buisine, clarion, cornett, alto cornett, mediaeval cornett, soprano sackbutt, natural trumpet), Alan Lumsden (cowhorn, tenor cornett, tenor flute, quart-bass rackett, quart-bass recorder, soprano recorder, tenor sackbutt, serpent, oriental trumpet, slide trumpet), Catherine Mackintosh (treble viol), David Munrow (soprano cornamuse, bass courtaut, alto crumhorn, soprano curtal, tenor curtal, flute, alto flute, alto gemshorn, bass kortholt, reed pipe, bagpipes, bladder pipes, six-holed pipe, double pipes, pipe, tenor rackett, sopranino rauschpfeife, alto recorder, tenor recorder, alto shawm, oriental shawm, soprano shawm, tenor shawm, tabor), Martin Nichols (bass sackbutt), Nigel North (bass viol), Gillian Reid (chimes bells, harp with “bray” pins, psaltery), Mary Remnant (gittern), Jane Ryan (bass viol), Eleanor Sloan (lyre, fiddle, treble rebec, violin), Malcolm Smith (natural trumpet), Robert Spencer (bandora, chitarrone, guitar, lute), John Turner (alto flute, panpipes, bass rackett, bass recorder, soprano recorder), James Tyler (ceterone, citole, cittern, tenor crumhorn, bass flute, jew’s harp, lute, long-necked lute, mandora, orpharion, soprano rauschpfeife, tenor recorder, tambourine, theorbo, vihuela, tenor viol), Polly Waterfied (violin), Iaan Wilson (buisine, cornett)
David Munrow, dir.

Duración: 51′ 12″ + 58′ 12″ = 1h 49′ 24″

Lugar y fecha de grabación : Abbey Road Studio, Londres,  [marzo, abril, septiembre, 1973, febrero /1974]

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Early Music Festival – The Early Music Consort of London & Musica Reservata .

Early Music Festival – Ein Fest mit Alter Musik – Festival de Musique ancienne

The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir. (CD-1) and Musica Reservata – Michael Morrow, dir. & John Beckett, cond. (CD-2)

CD1
Ecco la primavera
Florentine music of the 14th century
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.


Francesco Landini:
1. Ballata: Ecco la primavera
Anon.:
2. Lamento di Tristan
Francesco Landini:
3. Ballata: Giunta vaga bilta
4. Ballata: Questa fanciulla, Amor
Anon.:
5. Trotto
Francesco Landini:
6. Canonic madrigal: De dinmi tu
Magister Piero:
7. Caccia: Con dolce brama
Anon.:
8. Saltarello
9. Saltarello II
Antonio Zacharia de Terano:
10. Organ: Rosetta
Anon.:
11. Canonic madrigal: Quan je voy le duc
Francesco Landini:
12. Cara mie donna
13. La bionda treccia
Anon.:
14. La Manfredina
Francesco Landini:
15. Ballata: Donna’l tuo partimento
Giovani da Firenze:
16. Caccia: Con brachi assai
Anon.:
17. Istampitta Ghaetta
Lorenzo di Firenze:
18. Madrigal: Da, da, a chi avareggia
Jacopo da Bologna:
19. Fenice fu
Anon.:
20. Biance flour

Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London [James Bowman (counter-tenor), Nigel Rogers (tenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Oliver Brookes (bass viol), Mary Remnant (treble rebec, fiddle), Robert Spencer (lute), Christopher Hogwood (organ, harp, percussion), Alan Lumsden (tenor sackbut), David Munrow (recorders, soprano & alto crumhorn, tenor shawm)] – David Munrow, dir.

Duración: 51′ 12″

Lugar y fecha de grabación: Londres [04-05/1969]


CD2
A Florentine Festival
Musica Reservata – Michael Morrow, dir. & John Beckett, cond.


Claudio Monteverdi: Orfeo
1. Toccata
Luca Marenzio: Secundo intermedio
2. Sinfonia
3. Belle ne fe’ natura
4. Chi dal delfino
5. Se nelle voci nostre
6. O figlie di Piero
Cristofanno Malvezzi & Emilio de’ Cavalieri: Sesto intermedio
7. Dal vago e bel sereno
8. O qual risplende nube
9. Godi turba mortal
10. O fortunato giorno
11. O che nuevo miracolo
Constanzo Festa:
12. Quando ritrova
Anon.:
13. Allemana-ripresa: Quandi ritrova
Bartolomeo Trombocino:
14. Io son l’ocello
Anon.:
15. Pavana: La cornetta
16. Gagliarda: Giorgio
Gian Domenico da Nola:
17. Tri ciechi siamo
Marco Cara:
18. Io non compro
Anon.:
19. Ahimè sospiri
20. Pavana: Forze d’Ercole
21. Orsù, orsù, car’ Signori
22. Pavana: Le Colognese
23. Dance songs: Era di Maggio
24. Dance songs: El marchese di Saluzzo
25. Dance songs: In questo ballo
26. Dance songs: Noi ci vogliam’ partire
27. Dance songs: Bussa la porta
28. Dance songs: La pastorella
29. Dance songs: E su quel monte
30. Dance songs: Maggio valente
31. Dance songs: Sorella mia piacente

Intérpretes: Musica Reservata [Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano), Grayston Burgess (countertenor), Nigel Rogers (tenor), John Frost (baritone)] – Michael Morrow, dir. & John Beckett, cond.

Duración: 53′ 07″

Lugar y fecha de grabación: Kingsway Hall, Londres [05-08/1968]


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Renaissance Dance – The Early Music Consort of London

Renaissance Dance
Susato – Morley – Praetorius – Mainerio
The Early Music Consort of London – David Munrow, dir.

    CD-1

    Tylman Susato: Twelve Dances from the “Danserye”

  1. La Mourisque
  2. Branle quatre
  3. Ronde & Salterelle
  4. Ronde mon amy
  5. Allemaigne & Recoupe
  6. Pavane Mille regretz
  7. Basse danse Bergeret sans roch & Reprise
  8. Danse du roy
  9. Ronde
  10. Passe et medio & Reprise
  11. Ronde
  12. Pavane La Bataille
  13. Thomas Morley: Dances for Broken Consort from “The First Booke of Consort Lessons” (1599)

  14. Mounsier’sAlmaine (William Byrd)
  15. Lachrimae Pavan (John Dowland)
  16. Michill’s Galliard (Anon.)
  17. Lute Duet: My Lord Chamberlain’s Galliard (John Dowland)
  18. The Jew’s Dance (Richard Nicholson)
  19. Captaine Piper’s Pavan & Galliard (John Dowland)
  20. My Lord of Oxenford’s Maske (William Byrd)
  21. Lavolto (Thomas Morley)
  22. La Coranta (Thomas Morley)
  23. CD-2

    Michael Praetorius: Dances from Terpsichore

  24. Passamezze (CCLXXXVI a 6)
  25. Spagnoletta (XXVII a 4)
  26. La Bourée (XXXII a 4)
  27. Pavane de Spaigne (XXX a 4)
  28. Courante de M.M. Wustrow (CL a 4)
  29. Suite de ballets: Ballet des Baccanales (CCLXXVIII a 4)
    Ballet des matelotz (CCLXXX a 4)
    Ballet des coqs (CCLIV a 5)
  30. Gaillard: Reprinse secundam interoirem (CCCX a 4)
  31. La Sarabande (XXXIV a 4)
  32. Suite de Voltes 1 (CCXLIII a 4)
    Suite de Voltes 2 (CCX a 5
    Suite de Voltes 3 (CCXI a 5)
    Suite de Voltes 4 (CCI a 5
  33. Giorgio Mainerio: Il primo libro di balli (1578)
    1. Pass’e mezo della paganina
    2. Ballo francese
    3. La lavandera
    4. L’arboscello ballo furlano
    5. La zanetta
  34. Gioseffo Guami: Canzoni per sonar

  35. Canzona a 8
  36. Pietro Lappi: Canzoni per sonar

  37. La negrona
  38. Giovanni Priuli: Sacrorum concentuum

  39. Canzona prima a 12
  40. Mainerio: Il primo libro di balli (1578)
    1. Pass’e mezzo moderno
    2. Ballo anglese
    3. Schirazula marazula
    4. Ongarescha
    5. Tedescha
Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London: James Bowman (counter-tenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Paul Elliott (tenor), Michael Laird (cornett), Ian Wilson (cornett), Graham Whiting (cornett), Alan Lumsden (cornett, sackbut, recorder), Roger Brenner (sackbut), Peter Goodwin (sackbut), Paul Beer (sackbut), Martin Nichols (sackbut), John Turner (recorder, flute, crumhorn, rauschpfeiffen), David Pugsley (recorder, flute crumhorn), Andrew van der Beek (recorder, crumhorn, rackett, dulcian, rauschpfeiffen), James Tyler (flute, crumhorn, viol, mandora, cittern), David Munrow (crumhorn, shawm), Oliver Brookes (crumhorn, viol, violone), Simon Standage (violin), Eleanor Sloan (violin), Polly Waterfield (violin, viola, viol), Trevor Jones (viol), Jane Ryan (viol), Nigel North (viol, lute, chitarrone, baroque guitar), Christopher Hogwood (hasrpsichord, regal, organ), Nicholas Kraemer (organ), David Corkhill (percussion)
David Munrow, dir.
 Duración: 52′ 33′‘ + 50′ 59”
Fecha de publicación: 2006
Lugares y fechas de grabación: All Saint’s Church, Tooting, London [01-02/1971]. Abbey Road Studios, London, UK [12/1973] [11/1975