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On the banks of Helicon : early music of Scotland

Baltimore Consort (Performer).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
West Lafayette PL - West Lafayette CD Q BAL (Text) 31951003379341 Main Floor - Music Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
    sound disc
  • Publisher: Troy, NY : Dorian, [1990]

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General Note: Program notes by Mary Anne Ballard, notes on the performers, and song texts, with German and French translations (44 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Compact disc.
Sung in Scots (principally) and English.
Songs and instrumental music of 16th-17th century Scotland.
Formatted Contents Note: Over the hills / anon. (Pills 1719) -- Kathren Oggie / anon. (Panmure MS 7 c.1680) -- In a garden so green / anon. (Forbes 1662) -- My heartly service / anon. (Wode 1562-c.1592) -- Scotch cap / anon. (The English dancing master, 1651) -- Flowres of the forrest. Kilt thy coat, Magge. Canareis. I will not go to bed till I suld die / anon. (Skene MS c.1620) -- Jockey loves his Moggy dearly / anon. (Pills) -- Our Father God celestial / Pierre Cadéac (pub. 1538) -- Come my children dere / anon. (Margaret Ker's MS) -- On the banks of Helicon / Andro Blackhall (1535-1609) -- Prince Edward's paven. Lyk as the dum solsequium / anon. (Wode) -- Scots march / anon. (Eliz. Rogers MS 1656) -- Support your servand / anon. (Art of music, c.1580) -- My Lord of March paven / James Lauder (1584) -- O lustie May / anon. (Wode) -- Doun in yon bank / anon. (Skene) -- Branles d'Ecosse / Estienne Du Tertre (pub. 1557) -- Joy to the person of my love / anon. (Stirling MS 1639).
Participant or Performer Note: Baltimore Consort, with other musicians (Mary Anne Ballard, treble viol, fiddle, bass viol, tenor viol ; Howard Bass, bandora ; Mark Cudek, cittern, bass viol ; Edwin George, bagpipe, recorder ; Alice Kosloski, alto ; Custer LaRue, soprano ; Larry Lipkis, bass viol, tenor viol ; Ronn McFarlane, lute ; Chris Norman, Renaissance flutes).
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded Oct. 1989, in the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY.
Subject: Music Scotland 17th century
Music Scotland 16th century
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