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Author Circa 1500 (Musical group), performer.

Title The flower of all ships : Tudor court music from the time of the Mary Rose.

Published London : CRD, [1987]
℗1987

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 UniM INTERNET music    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource
Notes Originally issued as a compact disc.
Program notes by Nancy Hadden, and texts, in part with English translations inserted in container.
Songs in French, Italian and English and instrumental music, mostly anon., sung with pronunciation of the period and played on reconstructions of instruments recovered from the ship Mary Rose.
Title from container.
Contents And I was a maydyn -- Westron wynde/Hey nony nony no -- If love now reynyd / Henry VIII -- Madame d'amours -- Hornpype d'Angleterre / Guillaume Morlaye -- King Harry the VIIIth pavyn -- Helas madam / Henry VIII -- La belle fyne -- Jay prise amours -- Untitled instrumental piece / Henry VIII -- Wher be ye my love, my love? -- My Lady Carey's dompe -- My Lady Wynkfyld's rownde -- Joyssance vous donneray ; Don vincela / Claudin de Sermisy -- Gentils galans, compaignons du resin -- Arthurs dompe / Philip van Wilder -- Ricercar / after Ganassi -- O dolce nocte / Philippe Verdelot ; canzona from La Mandragola, act V, by Niccolo Machiavelli -- Ricercar / Vincenzo Capirola -- My love ys lyke unto th'eternall fyre / Verdelot ; madrigal by Luigi Cassola, tr. Sir Thomas Wyatt -- You and I and Amyas / William Cornysh -- The hunt is up.
Performers Circa 1500 (vocal and instrumental ensemble).
Notes Recorded Oct. 1985 at Boxgrove Priory, Chichester, West Sussex.
Other author Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547.
British Library. Manuscript Royal Appendix 58.
Mary Rose (Ship)
Subject Dance music -- England -- 16th century.
Music -- England -- 16th century.
Part songs, English.
Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble -- 16th century.
Sound recordings.
Other uniform title Henry VIII's book.
Other title Tudor court music from the time of the Mary Rose.