Cambridge Early Music Concerts 2012

IF MUSIC AND SWEET POETRY AGREE

Jacob Heringman (lute) and Faye Newton (soprano)

2.00pm, Sunday 12 August, 2012
Emmanuel College Chapel, Cambridge
Tickets:  £18.00,  £15.00
 
Seventeenth-century settings of Elizabethan and Jacobean poetry.

PROGRAMME

    John Danyel:
        Like as the Lute delights - Samuel Danyel (1562-1619)
    John Danyel:
        Time cruell Time - Samuel Danyel
    Charles Tessier:
        In a grove most rich of shade - Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586)
    anon.:
        O Deere life - Sir Philip Sidney
    John Dowland: Piper's Pavan
    Nicholas Lanier:
        Fire, fire! Loe here I burne - Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
    Thomas Campion:
        My love hath vowd hee will forsake mee - Thomas Campion
    William Corkine:
        Thinke you to seduce me so - Thomas Campion
    Daniel Bacheler: Mounsiers Almaine
    anon.:
        Deerest love I doe not goe - John Donne (1572-1631)
    Alfonso Ferrabosco:
        So, so, leave off, this last lamenting kisse - John Donne
    Robert Johnson:
        Full fathom five - William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
    Robert Johnson:
        Where the bee sucks - William Shakespeare

PERFORMERS

    Faye Newton soprano
    Jacob Heringman lute
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