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We are a consort of viols playing music from 1501 to 2016 by Nico Muhly, John Taverner, Elvis Costello, William Byrd, George Benjamin and many others.
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Toby Carr Jun 17
A piece by Castaldi for theorbo, recorded by
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FRETWORK Jun 14
Er, I think you’re mixing up your Orlando‘s here......
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connexmusica Jun 14
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Caroline Lucas Jun 13
So a serial liar, racist and one of most incompetent ministers ever leads the poll in the contest Conservative MPs should hang their heads in shame
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Signum Records Jun 5
Orlando Gibbons died on this day in 1625. Have a listen to some of his music on 'In Chains of Gold' by The Magdalena Consort, Her Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts, and in a record which has "uncanny beauty" - Buy/stream:
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Elizabeth Kenny Jun 3
pungently plucked: love it!
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Jens F. Laurson Jun 3
Lately on ionarts: A Better Way of Judging Musicians? The Leopold Mozart Competition And Saturday was Charles' : , for Viols on :
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Roderick Williams Jun 2
If I were absolutely forced to choose just one song to keep for ever, it just might be Mahler “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen“. I’m pretty much wiped out by the very first notes. Beautifully played by the and Mark Wigglesworth last night. Thank you.
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Folkestone Early Music Jun 1
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Charles T. Downey Jun 1
CD REVIEW: and countertenor offer a beguiling mixture of music by Michael Nyman and Henry Purcell --
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Philip Hensher May 27
6,085,174 people signed the petition to revoke article 50. Nobody took any notice. 5,248,533 people voted for the Brexit Party. These are apparently The People whose will must be followed unquestioningly.
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PIAS USA May 24
's meticulously and lovingly curated program showcases the seldom recorded works of John Amner
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FRETWORK May 21
“…strange and wonderful…” The Gramophone review ‘If’
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EarlyMusicVancouver May 17
Beautiful, haunting stuff. Can't wait to have you in BC for our 50th anniversary season!
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Elin Manahan Thomas May 16
When your buddy comes to record with you ...
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Gawain Glenton May 12
This repertoire is so moreish. I could play Josquin et al all day everyday. Colleagues like these do help though.
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GibbonsProject May 11
Hoping for March 2020 for ‘In Chains of Gold’ vol 2. Sorry not sooner but it will be worth the wait.
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Jess Haig May 9
LOVED being a part of this project alongside and my wonderful singing colleagues! Check out the CD when it's released on Rubicon Classics label Friday 24th May!
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Elizabethan Music May 9
3 recordings to look forward to, but still without a release date: 1/ The English Verse Anthems in "In Chains of Gold, Volume 2" by the Orlando Gibbons project with Magdalena Consort, and
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Elizabethan Music May 9
1/ For all lovers of the English Consort (or Verse) Anthem: "O ye little flock (The first part)", from the upcoming CD "John Amner: Complete Consort Music" by and Dublin Consort Singers directed by
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