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Musicians of the Globe

Sunday 14 August 2005 13:00-14:00 (Radio 3)

Elizabeth I's summer progresses from London were widely feared among her nobles, as the burden of providing the lavish spectacle required could easily lead to bankruptcy.

Phillip Pickett and The Musicians of the Globe recreate the music that would have been performed for her at Kenilworth and Elvetham in this concert from the York Early Music Festival.


1 hour


Performed by the Musicians of the Globe, directed by Philip Pickett

John Dowland: Humor say what maks't thou heere

Anon: Lavecchia Pavav and Galliard

John Johnson: A Dumpe

Dowland: Far from the triumphing court

Newman: Mr. Newman's Pavane

Edward Johnson: Pavan

E.Johnson: Delight Pavan

E.Johnson arr. Byrd: Delight Galliard

John Johnson: Rogero

E.Johnson: O Noble Queen, give ear

E.Johnson: Come Muses Come

Pilkington: Fragrant Flowers

Thomas Morley: Coranto / La Volta

E.Johnson: Eliza is the fairest Queen

Antony Holborne arr. Philip Rosseter: The Queen's Pavin

E.Johnson: Come again

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