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The Baltimore Consort [sound recording].

Title
The Baltimore Consort [sound recording].
Author
Baltimore Consort. prf

Details

Additional Authors
Found In
nnpc Yellow Springs Institute records (RLIN)NYPG05-A10085
Description
2 tape reels (56 min.) : analog, stereo., 15 ips,; 10 in.
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of Yellow Springs Institute.
Series Statement
Yellow Springs Institute Audio/Visual Collection
Alternative Title
  • Anniseed.
  • Argeers.
  • Barbara Allen.
  • Bobbing joe.
  • Cherping of the larke.
  • Cold and raw.
  • Cuckolds all in a row.
  • Gathering peascods.
  • Glory of the north.
  • Jenny pluck pears.
  • Jockey met with Jenny fair.
  • Kemps jigge.
  • Packington's pound.
  • Parson's farewell.
  • Paul's steeple.
  • Unto the prophet Jonas I read.
  • Watkin's ale.
Subjects
Note
  • Donor's inventory number: A-860418.
  • Sine wave and bass instrument tuning 9 sec. before performance (Reel 1)
  • "Cornish dance" and "Watkin's ale" (22nd-23rd works) were not listed in program.
  • House program available through the Billy Rose Theatre Collection.
Access (note)
  • Access restricted. Advanced notification required for use.
Event (note)
  • Recorded at Yellow Springs Institute, Chester Springs, Pa., on Apr. 18, 1986.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of the Yellow Springs Institute records; for papers see the Billy Rose Theatre Collection, *T-Mss 2004-007.
Contents
Reel 1. Kemps Jigge (c. 1590-1600) (1:00) ; Cold and raw (1719) (4:05) ; Bobbing Joe (1:08) ; Jenney pluck pears (1:45) ; The cherping of the larke (0:46) ; Cuckolds all in a row (0:30) / from "The English dancing master" (1651) ; Balow (4:02) / from broadside (c. 1626-70) Roxburgh collection tune, John Gambles commonplace book (1659) ; Greensleeves (lute solo) / Francis Cutting (2:36) ; Jockey met with Jenny fair / [from] "Pills to purge melancholy" (4:42) ; The carman's whistle (virginal solo) / William Byrd (5:29) ; Unto the prophet Jonas I read (c. 1615) / [from] broadside (c. 1615) "Pepys collection tune" (5:18) -- Packington's pound (virginal solo) / Anon. [from] the "Fitzwilliam virginal book" (1609-1619) (1:47) ; There were three ravens ([from] "Melisamata" (1611) / Thomas Ravenscroft (6:15) ; Anniseed (0:45) ; Water robin (1:47) ; Parson's farewell (0:48) ; Glory of the north (1:51) ; Argeers (0:44) ; Gathering peascods (1:25) / [from] "The English dancing master" [Abrupt end] -- Reel 2. Barbara Ellen / [from] broadside (1627) Roxburge collection (5:22) ; Paul's steeple (treble viol solo) / [from] "The division violin" (1685) (3:19) ; Cornish dance / Willam Brade, [from] "Newe Ausserlesene-- Tanze" (1617) (1:42) ; Watkin's ale / [from] broadside (c. 1590), Huth collection tune, the "Fitzwilliam virginal book" (5:24).
Call Number
*LT-10-A 2698
Author
Baltimore Consort. Performer
Title
The Baltimore Consort [sound recording].
Playing Time
004012 001547
Series
Yellow Springs Institute Audio/Visual Collection
Access
Access restricted. Advanced notification required for use.
Performer
Custer LaRue, soprano (2nd, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th, 20th, 23rd works) ; Mary Anne Ballard, treble viols (21st work) and bass viols, fiddle ; Mindy Rosenfeld-Hedges, renaissance flutes, recorders ; Mark Cudek, cittern, lute (8th work), bass viol (3rd work), Larry Lipkis, recorders, bass viol ; Webb Wiggins, virginal (10th and 12th works).
Event
Recorded at Yellow Springs Institute, Chester Springs, Pa., on Apr. 18, 1986.
Linking Entry
Forms part of the Yellow Springs Institute records; for papers see the Billy Rose Theatre Collection, *T-Mss 2004-007.
Added Author
LaRue, Custer. voc
Ballard, Mary Anne. Instrumentalist
Rosenfeld, Mindy. Instrumentalist
Cudek, Mark. Instrumentalist
Lipkis, Larry. Instrumentalist
Wiggins, Webb. Instrumentalist
Gamble, John, -1687.
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603? Consort lessons. 18, Balowe.
Cutting, Francis. Greenesleeves.
Byrd, William, 1539 or 1540-1623. Carman's whistle.
Ravenscroft, Thomas, 1592?-1635? Melismata. There were three ravens.
Brade, William, 1560-1630. Newe ausserlesene liebliche Branden, Intraden, Mascharaden, Balletten, All'manden, Couranten, Volten, Aufzüge und frembde Tänze. Cornwallische Auffzug.
Added Title
Kemps jigge.
Cold and raw.
Bobbing joe.
Jenny pluck pears.
Cherping of the larke.
Cuckolds all in a row.
Jockey met with Jenny fair.
Unto the prophet Jonas I read.
Packington's pound.
Anniseed.
Parson's farewell.
Glory of the north.
Argeers.
Gathering peascods.
Barbara Allen.
Paul's steeple.
Watkin's ale.
Gift of Yellow Springs Institute.
Found In:
nnpc Yellow Springs Institute records (RLIN)NYPG05-A10085
Research Call Number
*LT-10-A 2698
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