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What if a Day or a Month or a Year


What if a Day or a Month or a Year : Elizabethan Lute Songs and Ayres

  • Published by Move Records [MD3151] — 1 CD
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During a career spanning more than forty years, Gerald English has enjoyed success as a performer of operatic and concert repertoire. With Jonathon Rubin (lute) and Sharyn Wicks (gamba) he has created a fascinating and charming disc featuring 400 year old English Ayres by composers Dowland, Campion, Holborne, Ferrabosco and Cutting.


Track Listing

What if a day or a month or a year (Thomas Campion)
Fain I would, but oh I dare not (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
The night watch (Anthony Holborne)
In darkness let me dwell (John Dowland)
Pavan (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
Were every thought an eye (John Dowland)
Gig (Francis Cutting)
Shall I come, sweet love to thee? (Thomas Campion)
So, so leave off this last lamenting kiss (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
Shall I seek to ease my grief? (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
Can she excuse my wrongs? (John Dowland)
Mrs Anne Markham's pavan (Francis Cutting)
Sweet, if you like and love me still (Robert Jones)
Unconstant love (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
A toy (Francis Cutting)
Sorrow, stay (John Dowland)
Shall I look to ease my grief (Robert Jones)
Robin (anon.)
I care not for these ladies (Thomas Campion)
Like hermit poor (Alfonso Ferrabosco)
Lord Zouch, his march (anon.)
Me, me and none but me (John Dowland)
It fell on summers day (Thomas Campion)
The frog galiard (John Dowland)
Lady, if you so spite me (John Dowland)
Go to bed sweet muse (Robert Jones)


Press Quotes

“English is at the height of his considerable talent and the singing is superb.”

Recorder and Early Music

“A radiant collection.”

The Melburnian

“Both music and words show that delicacy and powerful delight which is the hallmark of the time.”

New Englander

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