All in a Garden Green, four seasons of English music

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A delightful collection of English songs from the 17th century, constructed around the major influence of the four seasons, and showcasing the great enthusiasm for music, particularly amateur music making, that took place during this era.

During the Commonwealth of England (c.1640–1660), music disappeared almost entirely from religious and court occasions. The use of instruments and music in churches was banned, and organs were destroyed by order of the regime – so the public turned to village and tavern musicians, country dances and new musical clubs for music making. Coinciding with the decline of the Elizabethan madrigal, folk music and settings of the famous poets of the day were popular; similarly, keyboard variations on dance tunes and romantic songs for voice and lute were all the rage, and this continued into the years of the Restoration under Charles II. The monarch’s influence can be detected in the French style of some of the later works, featuring oboe and large groups of strings.

Tracklist:
00:00:00 pub. John Playford: Chirping of the Nightingale / Chirping of the Lark
00:00:53 William Byrd: John come kiss me now
00:05:33 Nicola Matteis: Va poco di manera Italiana / Aria Amorosa
00:09:10 Nicholas Lanier: No more shall meads be deckt with flowers
00:12:54 Godfrey Finger: Ciaccona
00:15:29 pub. John Playford: Glory of the West / The Goddesses
00:16:47 William Lawes: Can beauty’s spring
00:18:17 Henry François de Gallot: Chaconne
00:22:13 Anonymous: Now ye spring is come
00:23:15 Nicola Matteis: Ground after the Scotch Humour
00:25:29 attrib. William Croft: Ground in C minor
00:28:22 Henry Purcell: Sweeter than Roses
00:31:32 pub. John Walsh: Greensleeves
00:36:28 pub. John Playford: All in a Garden Green / Onder een linde groen
00:38:36 pub. John Playford: Stanes Morris / The Glory of the Sun
00:39:46 Thomas Morley: O Mistress Mine
00:42:21 William Byrd: The Woods so Wild
00:45:31 Anonymous: The Chestnut / Autumn
00:47:47 Nicola Matteis: Aria
00:48:54 pub. John Playford: Cold and Raw
00:50:33 Henry Purcell: When a cruel long winter
00:52:38 Thomas Ravenscroft: Remember O Thou Man
00:55:48 pub. John Playford: Virgin Queen / An Italian Rant
00:57:11 John Eccles: A Division on a Ground
01:00:18 Henry Purcell: Here the Deities approve

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