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On the banks of Helicon : early music of Scotland

Baltimore Consort (Performer).
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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: sound disc
    1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Troy, NY : Dorian, [1990]

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General Note: Songs and instrumental music of 16th-17th century Scotland.
Sung in Scots (principally) and English.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Mary Anne Ballard, notes on the performers, and song texts, with German and French translations (44 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
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 16th century
Music Scotland 17th century
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