Classical Sunday: Dowland’s Lute Works

Dowland’s genius had a pervasive influence on the music of English and continental lutenists in the early seventeenth century.

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John Dowland: Complete Lute Galliards Works/Renaissance/Lachrimae

 

John Dowland (1563-1626) – Complete Lute Works by the Master Paul O’Dette

Volume I

Almain For Lute, P 51 (00:00)
Pavana For Lute (02:29)
Mr Knights Galliard, P 36 (09:24)
My Lord Willobes Wellcome Home, P 66 (11:02)
Frogg Galliard, P 23A (12:22)
Fantasie For Lute, P 5 (15:53)
Lady Rich, Her Galliard, P 43 (18:13)
Lady Laiton’s Almain, P 48 (19:51)
Dream, P 75 (21:12) Galliard, P 104 (26:20)
Orlando Sleepeth, P 61 (28:01)
What If a Day, P 79 (29:28)
Winters Jomps, P 55 (30:55)
Galliard, P 35 (31:48)
Mr Giles Hobie’s Galliard, P 29 (33:29)
Dr. Cases Paven, P 12 (35:19)
Mellancholy Galliard, P 25 (40:14)
Galliard, P 27 (42:36)
Mistris Whittes Thingz, P 50 (44:24)
Go From My Window, P 64 (45:27)
Almain For Lute, P 49 (49:02)
Mistris Whittes P 56 (50:14)
Pavane For Lute, P 18 (51:15)
Galliard, P 30 (56:38)
Farewell Fantasia, P 3 (58:30)

Volume II

My Lady Hunsdons Puffe, P 54 (1:04:06)
Solus Cum Sola, P 10 (1:05:28)
Susanna Fair Galliard, P 91 (1:09:56)
Sir John Smith His Almaine, P 47 (1:11:46)
Robin, P 70 (1:14:14)
Galliard, P 22 (1:18:07)
Pipers Pavan, P 8 (1:19:50)
Pipers Galliard, P 19 (1:24:59)
As I Went To Walsingham (1:27:18)
Monsieur’s Almain (1:32:42)
Mrs Brigide Fleetwoods Paven, P 11 Solus Sine Sola (1:34:30)
First Galliard, P 20 (1:40:05)
Farawell, P 4 (1:41:30)
John Dowland’s Galliard, P 21 (1:45:03)
Aloe, P 68 (1:47:41)
Can She Excuse, P 42 (1:48:43)
A Coye Joye, P 80 (1:50:17)
Mrs Vauxes Gigge, P 57 (1:52:37)
Mrs Vaux Galliard, P 32 (1:53:32)
Sir Henry Guilford, His Almain (1:54:36)
Mignarda, P 34 (1:56:31)
Lachrimae Pavan, P 15 (1:59:58)
Galliard, P 26 (2:05:16)
Fantasia For Lute, P 1A (2:06:54)

Volume III

King Of Denmark, His Galliard, P 40 (2:10:44)
Mr John Langton’s Pavan, P 14 (2:13:36)
Mr John Langton’s Galliard, P 33 (2:19:36)
A Fancy, P 7 (2:22:16)
Pavan For Lute, P 16 (2:26:38)
Queene Elizabeth Her Galliard, P 41 (2:32:01)
Mrs Cliftons Allmaine, P 53 (2:33:09)
Lady Cliftons Spirit, P 45 (2:34:24)
Tarletones Riserrectione, P 59 (2:36:05)
Tarleton’s Willy, P 81 (2:39:30)
Fortune, P 62 (2:41:04)
Queenes Galliard, P 97 (2:43:31)
Wallsingham, P 67 (2:45:07)
A Galliarde On Walsingham, P 31 (2:49:56)
Dowland’s Adieu For Master Oliver Cromwell (2:51:49)
Ferdinando Earle Of Derby His Galliard, P 44 (2:57:20)
Lord Strang’s March, P 65 (2:59:51)
Mrs Nichols Almand, P 52 (3:01:25)
Forlorne Hope Fancye, P 2 (3:02:51)
Mr Dowland’s Midnight, P 99 (3:06:43)
Semper Dowland Semper Dolens, P 9 (3:08:30)

Volume IV

Preludium, P 98 (3:15:52)
A Fancy, P 6 (3:17:09)
Lachrimae, P 15 (3:20:02)
Galliard To Lachrimae, P 46 (3:25:26)
A Fantasia, P 71 (3:27:56)
An Almand, P 96 (3:33:38)
Pavana, P 94 (3:35:04)
Robert, Earl Of Essex, His Galliard, P 42A (3:42:17)
A Galliard – Upon A Galliard By Daniel Bachelar, P 28 (3:44:01)
My Lord Wilobies Welcom Home, P 66A (3:47:20)
The Shoemakers Wife In A Toy, P 58 (3:48:43)
The Lord Viscount Lisle, His Galliard, P 38 (3:49:51)
Coranto, P 100 (3:52:42) A Galliard, P 82 (3:54:46)
The Lady Russells Paven, P 17 (3:56:40)
Galliard – On Awake Sweet Love, P 92 (4:01:43)
The Frog Galliard, P 23 (4:03:31)

Volume V : Dowland’s genius had a pervasive influence on the music of English and continental lutenists in the early seventeenth century.  His lute music was imitated and parodied by a generation of prominent musicians.  The result is that excellent pieces written by others in the style of Dowland survive anonymously in various Elizabethan manuscripts.  Several of the works heard here are attributed to Dowland in the sources, but are unlikely to have been written by him.

A Fancy (4:05:32)
Pavana Dowlandi Angli (4:08:56)
Douland’s Rounde Batell Galyarde (4:14:18)
Pavin (4:15:54)
The Erle Of Darbies Galiard (4:21:28)
Mistris Norrishis Delight (4:24:18)
A Jig (4:26:02)
The Erle Of Essex Galliard (4:28:21)
Galliard (4:30:00)
Une Jeune Fillette (4:31:40)
Gagliarda (4:37:03)
Pavana Lachrimae (4:38:58)
Squires Galliard (4:45:00)
A Fancy (4:46:54)
Hasellwoods Galliard (4:52:48)
Sir Thomas Monson, His Pavin (4:54:26)
Sir Thomas Monson, His Galliard (5:00:33)
Almande (5:02:43)
Sir Henry Umptons Funerall (5:05:14)
Captayne Pipers Galliard (5:11:04)
A Fantasie (5:13:55)

Bonus : Tell me, true love (05:18:16)

Lute & Orpharion : Paul O’DETTE
Stéréo recordings in 1994-96, at Campion Center & Seiji Ozawa Hall, Massachusetts
Label : Harmonia Mundi

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