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The Art of David Munrow
« on: September 24, 2013, 12:52:53 PM »

 


Label:
 
EMI ‎– SLS 5136, His Master's Voice ‎– SLS 5136

Format:
 
3 Χ Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Box Set


Country:
 
 UK 

Released:
 
 1981 

Genre:
 
Classical

Style:
 
Early, Renaissance, Baroque



Tracklist Hide Credits .


  Munrow As Soloist 
A1    Istampitta Tre Fontane   
Cittern [Citole] – James Tyler Composed By – Anon (14th-century)* Drum [Nakers] – David Corkhill Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow Strings [Crwth] – Oliver Brookes 
   
A2    Two Courantes   
Composed By – Samuel Voelckel Drum [Side Drum Without Snare] – David Corkhill Shawm [Soprano, Alto And Tenor] – David Munrow 
   
A3    Les Plaisirs (Suite In A Minor)   
Cello – Kenneth Heath Composed By – Telemann* Double Bass – John Gray (7) Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Treble] – David Munrow 
   
A4    Under The Greenwood Tree   
Cello [Baroque] – Oliver Brookes Composed By – T.A. Arne* Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill Violin [Baroque] – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage 
   
A5    Een Vrolic Wesen   
Composed By – Jacobus Barbireau* Lute – James Tyler Recorder [Renaissance Tenor] – David Munrow 
   
A6    English Dance   
Composed By – Anon (13th-century)* Drum [Hand Drum] – David Corkhill Pipe [Six-holed] – David Munrow Rebec [Large] – Oliver Brookes 
   
A7    Saltarello   
Bagpipes – David Munrow Composed By – Anon (14th-century)* 
   
A8    Sonata In Imitation Of Birds   
Composed By – William Williams (5) Recorder [Treble] – David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
A9    Chanson Pieuse: 'Dou Tres Douz Non'   
Composed By – Thibault IV Of Navarre* Jew's Harp – James Tyler Pipe [Six-holed] – David Munrow 
   
A10    Chansonette: 'Quand Je Voy Yver Retorner'   
Composed By – Colin Muset Gemshorn [Alto] – David Munrow Lute – James Tyler 
   
A11    Saltarello   
Cittern [Citole] – James Tyler Composed By – Anon (14th-century)* Drum [Nakers] – David Corkhill Rebec [Large] – Oliver Brookes Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow 
   
  The Film Music 
B1    La Mourisque (Danserye, 1551)   
Composed By – Susato* 
   
B2    The Six Days Of Grenoble   
Chalumeau – David Munrow Cittern – James Tyler Composed By – Munrow* Percussion – David Corkhill Performer [Tromba Marina] – Oliver Brookes 
   
B3    The Dream   
Bells [Medieval] – Gillian Reid (2) Composed By – Anon* Double Bass [Bass Viol] – Oliver Brookes Gemshorn – David Munrow Lute – James Tyler Percussion – David Corkhill Recorder – David Pugsley, John Turner (5) 
   
B4    Complaint: O Death Rock Me Asleep   
Composed By – Anon* Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Viol – Dennis Nesbitt, Desmond Duprι, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes 
   
B5    Pastime With Good Company   
Composed By [Attributed To] – Henry VIII Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Lute – James Tyler Shawm – David Munrow Viol – Oliver Brookes 
   
B6    The King's Hunt   
Composed By – Munrow* Cornet, Trumpet – Iaan Wilson, Michael Laird (2) Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Percussion – David Corkhill Psaltery – Gillian Reid (2) Sackbut – Colin Sheen, Martin Nicholls (2), Roger Brenner, Roger Groves Strings [Crwth] – Oliver Brookes 
   
B7    La Folie D'Espagne   
Bassoon – Deirdre Dundas-Grant Composed By – Corelli* Cornet – Michael Laird (2) Flute – John Turner (5) Harpsichord, Organ – Leslie Pearson Lute – Robert Spencer (2) Recorder – David Munrow Viol – Dennis Nesbitt, Desmond Duprι, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Violin – Carmel Kane 
   
B8    Bransle Double De Poictou: Bransle Gay Double   
Bassoon – Deirdre Dundas-Grant Composed By – Praetorius* Harpsichord – Leslie Pearson Lute – James Tyler Percussion – David Corkhill Recorder, Wind [Rackett] – David Munrow Viol [Viola Da Gamba] – Oliver Brookes Violin – Carmel Kane 
   
B9    Bransle Simple   
Composed By – Praetorius* Sackbut – Martin Nicholls (2), Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner, Roger Groves Trumpet – Graham Whiting, Michael Laird (2) 
   
  The Small Consort 
C1    El Grillo   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Composed By – Josquin Des Prιs Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill, Paul Elliott 
   
C2    Resonet In Laudibus   
Composed By – Praetorius* Cornet – Iaan Wilson, Michael Laird (2) Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett, James Bowman (2) Crumhorn – David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Organ [Regal] – Christopher Hogwood 
   
C3    O Ruddier Than The Cherry (Acis And Galatea)   
Bass Vocals – Robert Lloyd (4) Cello [Baroque] – Oliver Brookes Composed By – Handel* Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow Violin [Baroque] – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage 
   
C4    Sound The Trumpet (Come Ye Sons Of Art)   
Composed By – Purcell* Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett, James Bowman (2) Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Viol – Oliver Brookes 
   
C5    Claros Y Frescos Rios   
Composed By – Alonso De Mudarra* Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill Vihuela [Vihuela De Mano] – James Tyler 
   
C6    Fumeux Fume   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Composed By – Solage Rebec [Bass] – Oliver Brookes Wind [Bass Kortholt] – David Munrow 
   
C7    Scaramella   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Composed By – Josquin Des Prιs Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Guitar [Renaissance] – James Tyler Harp – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Alto] – Alan Lumsden, Andrew Van Der Beek Recorder [Soprano] – David Munrow Tambourine – David Corkhill Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill, Paul Elliott Viol [Bass] – Oliver Brookes 
   
C8    Ce Moys De May   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Cittern [Citole] – James Tyler Composed By – Guillaume Dufay Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett Fiddle – Eleanor Sloan Recorder [Descant] – Alan Lumsden, Oliver Brookes Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow Tambourine – David Corkhill Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill 
   
C9    Lamentatio Sanctae Matris Ecclesiae Constantinopolitanae   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Composed By – Guillaume Dufay Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Sackbut – Alan Lumsden Wind [Tenor Kortholt] – David Munrow 
   
C10    Douce Dame Jolie   
Cittern [Citole] – James Tyler Composed By – Guillaume de Machaut Cornet – Iaan Wilson, Michael Laird (2) Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Rebec – Eleanor Sloan, Oliver Brookes Recorder [Sopranino] – David Munrow Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill 
   
  The Large Consort 
D1    Come Ye Sons Of Art (Ritornello And Chorus)   
Bass Vocals – Robert Lloyd (4) Composed By – Purcell* Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett, James Bowman (2) Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The Soprano Vocals – Norma Burrowes 
   
D2    Motet - Christus, Der Uns Selig Macht   
Choir – Boys Of The Cathedral And Abbey Church Of St. Alban* Chorus Master [Master Of The Music] – Peter Hurford Composed By – Praetorius* Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The 
   
D3    Chorus - May She To Heaven (Love's Goddess Sure)   
Composed By – Purcell* Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The 
   
D4    Sanctus (Mass: Se La Face Ay Pale)   
Composed By – Dufay* Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The 
   
D5    Motet - Gott Der Vater Wohn Uns Bei   
Choir – Boys Of The Cathedral And Abbey Church Of St. Alban* Chorus Master [Master Of The Music] – Peter Hurford Composed By – Praetorius* Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The 
   
D6    See Nature Rejoicing (Come Ye Sons Of Art)   
Bass Vocals – Robert Lloyd (4) Composed By – Purcell* Directed By – David Munrow Orchestra – Early Music Consort Of London, The Soprano Vocals – Norma Burrowes 
   
  Sacred Music 
E1    Esurientes (Magnificat)   
Cello [Baroque] – Oliver Brookes Composed By – Bach* Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Organ – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Treble] – David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
E2    In Te Domine Speravi   
Composed By – Donati* Organ – Christopher Hogwood Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill, Paul Elliott Viol [Bass] – Oliver Brookes 
   
E3    Motet - Involata, Integra Et Casta Es, Maria   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw, Maurice Bevan Bass Vocals – Terry Edwards (2) Composed By – Josquin Des Prιs Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett, James Bowman (2) Soprano Vocals – Rosemary Hardy, Sally Dunkley Tenor Vocals – Ian Thompson (12), John Potter (2), Leigh Nixon, Martyn Hill, Paul Elliott, Rogers Covey-Crump 
   
E4    Aria - Schafe Kφnnen Sicher Weiden (Cantata 208)   
Cello [Baroque] – Oliver Brookes Composed By – Bach* Organ – Christopher Hogwood Recorder [Treble] – David Munrow, John Turner (5) Soprano Vocals – Norma Burrowes 
   
E5    Surrexit Pastor Bonus   
Composed By – Bussati Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill Viol [Bass] – Oliver Brookes 
   
E6    Sonatina (Cantata 106)   
Cello [Baroque] – Oliver Brookes Composed By – Bach* Organ – Christopher Hogwood Recorder – David Munrow, John Turner (5) Viol [Bass] – Elizabeth Page, Jane Ryan 
   
E7    Kyrie (Missa Tre Vocum)   
Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw Bass Vocals – Terry Edwards (2) Composed By – Tinctoris* Tenor Vocals – Martyn Hill 
   
  Secular Music 
F1    Five Dances (Il Primo Libro Di Balli, 1578)   
Composed By – Giorgio Mainerio Cornet – Iaan Wilson, Michael Laird (2) Dulcian – Andrew Van Der Beek Flute – David Pugsley, James Tyler, John Turner (5) Lute – Nigel North Organ [Regal] – Christopher Hogwood Rauschpfeife – Andrew Van Der Beek, John Turner (5) Sackbut – Martin Nicholls (2), Paul Beer (2), Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner Shawm – David Munrow Viol – James Tyler, Jane Ryan, Nigel North, Oliver Brookes Xylophone, Percussion – David Corkhill 
   
F2    Five Dances   
Composed By – Anthony Holborne Recorder [Bass] – John Turner (5) Recorder [Descant] – David Munrow, John Turner (5) Recorder [Great-bass] – Andrew Van Der Beek Recorder [Quart-bass] – Alan Lumsden Recorder [Tenor] – David Munrow, David Pugsley Recorder [Treble] – David Pugsley, John Turner (5) 
   
F3    La Bourιe   
Composed By – Praetorius* Cornet – Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Lute – James Tyler Rauschpfeife – Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Sackbut – Alan Lumsden Viol – Jane Ryan, Trevor Jones (4) Violin – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage Violone – Oliver Brookes Wind [Rackett] – Alan Lumsden, Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
F4    Pavane De Spaigne   
Composed By – Praetorius* Cornet – Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Lute – James Tyler Rauschpfeife – Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Sackbut – Alan Lumsden Viol – Jane Ryan, Trevor Jones (4) Violin – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage Violone – Oliver Brookes Wind [Rackett] – Alan Lumsden, Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
F5    La Sarabande   
Composed By – Praetorius* Cornet – Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Lute – James Tyler Rauschpfeife – Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Sackbut – Alan Lumsden Viol – Jane Ryan, Trevor Jones (4) Violin – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage Violone – Oliver Brookes Wind [Rackett] – Alan Lumsden, Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
F6    Three Bransles Doubles   
Composed By – Praetorius* Cornet – Peter Goodwin, Roger Brenner Drum [Tabor] – David Corkhill Lute – James Tyler Rauschpfeife – Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes Sackbut – Alan Lumsden Viol – Jane Ryan, Trevor Jones (4) Violin – Eleanor Sloan, Simon Standage Violone – Oliver Brookes Wind [Rackett] – Alan Lumsden, Andrew Van Der Beek, David Munrow, John Turner (5) 
   
F7    Pavane La Bataille   
Composed By – Susato* 
   


Companies etc

Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.


Credits

Choir – Boys Of The Cathedral And Abbey Church Of St. Alban*
Chorus Master [Master Of The Music] – Peter Hurford
Compiled By [Programme Selected By] – Gillian Munrow, John Willan
Directed By – David Munrow, Neville Marriner*
Engineer [Balance Engineer] – Christopher Parker, John Richards, Robert Grooch, Stuart Eltham
Liner Notes [Booklet Notes Written And Compiled By] – Arthur Johnson (2)
Liner Notes [English Translations] – Jack Sage, Jerome Roche, John Kehoe, Michael Freeman (3)
Orchestra – Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields*, Early Music Consort Of London, The
Photography By – Herb Schmitz, Reg Wilson
Producer [Recording Producer] – Christopher Bishop, John Willan
 

Notes

A compilation drawn from Munrow's previous recordings.
Box set issued with a 12pp booklet of notes.
℗ 1973, 1976, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1971, 1972 Original sound recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
Except B7 to B9: ℗ 1974 Original sound recording made by Pathι Marconi EMI.
This compilation ℗ 1981 by EMI Records Ltd.
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