Time Stands Still: Lute Songs

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DOWLAND / CAMPION / HANDFORD / DANYEL / LAWES
Time Stands Still: Lute Songs
Emma Kirkby (soprano) Anthony Rooley (lute)

[ Hyperion Helios / CD ]

Release Date: Tuesday 20 August 2013

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In the lute songs of John Dowland and his contemporaries, we have a marriage of words and music of equal brilliance. Emma Kirkby is acknowledged worldwide as the greatest modern performer of this repertoire, her crystal-clear tones expressing every shifting nuance. This album of lute songs on the theme of mutability is a fascinating recital, containing some of the masterpieces of the period. She is accompanied by her long-time collaborator Anthony Rooley. In the booklet note, Kirkby discourses learnedly on the works and puts them in their historical context.

'A fine recital that adds a few welcome items to the recorded repertory of the lute-song, engineered close to perfection' (Gramophone)

Tracks:

1 His golden locks Time hath to silver turned [3'09] John Dowland (1563-1626)
2 Though you are young and I am old [2'11] Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
3 Come, cheerful day [2'21] Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
4 Lost is my liberty [2'36] Anonymous - Baroque
5 It was a time when silly bees could speak [2'25] John Dowland (1563-1626)
6 Go, passions, to the cruel fair [3'10] Thomas Ford (d1648)
7 Far from triumphing court [6'13] John Dowland (1563-1626)
8 Now each creature [2'00] George Handford (1582/8-1647)
9 Time, cruel Time [3'10] John Danyel (1564-1626)
10 He whose desires are still abroad [2'15] John Danyel (1564-1626)
11 Pavan [3'22] Alfonso Ferrabosco (1543-1588)
12 Flow not so fast, ye fountains [2'38] John Dowland (1563-1626)
13 What then is love but mourning? [1'22] Philip Rosseter (1567/8-1623)
14 Time stands still [4'00] John Dowland (1563-1626)
15 Gather your rosebuds whilst you may [0'56] William Lawes (1602-1645)
16 Mignonne allons [2'16] Anonymous - Renaissance