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Highlights from the 2008 Gottingen Handel Festival

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Sunday 28 December 2008

Lucie Skeaping presents highlights from the 2008 Gottingen Handel Festival in Germany, featuring music by John Dowland, William Lawes, John Jenkins, Giles Farnabye, William Byrd and Thomas Arne. Performances include countertenor Michael Chance with the ensemble Fretwork, English dances from Andrew Lawrence-King's Harp Consort and Emma Kirkby with London Baroque.

Dowland: Mr Nicholas Griffiths' Gaillard
The Harp Consort
Directed by Andrew Lawrence-King

Lawes: Pavan for The Harp Consort
The Harp Consort
Directed by Andrew Lawrence-King

Lawes: To Pansies; On the Lilies; To the Sycamore
Michael Chance (countertenor)
Fretwork

Byrd: Prelude and Ground; Rejoice unto the Lord
Fretwork

Segue to:

Byrd: Rejoice unto the Lord
Michael Chance (countertenor)
Fretwork

Jenkins: Fancy and Ayre in G minor
London Baroque

Farnabye: Farnabye's Humours
The Harp Consort
Directed by Andrew Lawrence-King

Morley: O Grief, Even on the Bud
Michael Chance (countertenor)
Fretwork

Arne: Four Shakespeare Songs
Emma Kirkby (soprano)
London Baroque.

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