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Sing Joyfully!! Music of Renaissance England - Monterey, California

Location: California, USA
Voicing: Mixed

Madregalia!! and the Pastyme Consort present "Sing Joyfully!", a concert of Renaissance music from England, on Sunday, March 16th, at 2:00 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 800 Cass St. in Monterey. With songs from Thomas Tallis to William Byrd to King Henry VIII, this concert in Madregalia's 11th year explores the passion and wit of the English Renaissance, with lively madrigals sung a cappella and with the Pastyme Consort of violas de gamba, recorders, and drums. Short reception to follow, freewill donations at door. Facebook event link: Sing Joyfully!

Our program:

  • Sing we and chant it (Morley)
  • The Agincourt Carol (Anon. 15th c. England)
  • Consort IX (Anon. 16th c. England)
  • Pavana la Cornetta (Anon. 16th c. Italy)
  • First, Third, and Eighth Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter (Tallis)
  • Sing Joyfully! (Byrd)
  • Mounsier's Almaine (Arr. Morley)
  • See, see mine own sweet Jewell/Joyne Hands (Morley)
  • Browning, madame (pub. Ravenscroft)
  • Browning (Bevin)
  • Now is the month of Maying (Morley)
  • Adieu, sweet Amaryllis (Wilbye)
  • Hark, all ye lovely saints above (Weelkes)
  • The fairie round & The night watch(Holborne)
  • Weep, O mine eyes (Bennet)
  • Rest a while, you cruel cares (Dowland)
  • Mistress Nichols' almand & M. George Whitehead his almand (Dowland)
  • Of all the birds that ever I see (pub. Ravenscroft)
  • Sweet Suffolk owl (Vautor)
  • My Lord of Oxenford's Maske (Morley)
  • Pastyme with good companye (King Henry VIII)
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