Dowland: Complete Lute Music

Dowland: Complete Lute Music
Composer John Dowland
Artist Jakob Lindberg lute
Format 4 CD
Cat. number 93698
EAN code 5028421936987
Release April 2006

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John Dowland was the eccentric and brilliant lutenist who left England to become one of the most renowned musicians in Europe at the beginning of the 17th century, having the ear of kings and princes in Germany and Denmark. His poignant set of Lachrymae for viol consort has long been prized, and Sting recently brought his melancholy songs to a worldwide public. But perhaps the most representative legacy is what remains of
Dowland’s considerable output for his own instrument: a hundred or so pieces, mostly dances but always coloured with the directly affective temperament that has continued to appeal to listeners centuries after their composition.

Gramophone praised Jakob Lindberg’s complete recording when it first appeared as "a considerable achievement that will be warmly welcomed by lovers of this music."

Other information:
- Extensive booklet notes by Jakob Lindberg.
- Including details of the instruments used.

Track list

Disk 1

  1. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard [41]
  2. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Right Honourable Earl Of Essex, His Galliard [42a]
  3. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Right Honourable The Lady Clifton’s Spirit [45]
  4. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : Sir John Smith, His Almain [47]
  5. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : Sir John Langton’s Pavan [14a]
  6. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Most High And Mighty Christianus The Fourth, King Of Den....
  7. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl Of Derby, His Galliard ....
  8. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : Sir Henry Guilforde, His Almain
  9. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : The Right Honourable The Lady Rich, Her Galliard [43a]
  10. From Robert Dowland,Varietie Of Lute Lessons, London 1610 : A Fantasie [1a]
  11. From Robert Dowland, A Musicall Banquet, London 1610 : The Right Honourable The Lord viscount Lisle, His Galliard [38]
  12. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : A Piece Without Title [51]
  13. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : The Lady Russell’s Pavan [17]
  14. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Mr. Knight’s Galliard [36]
  15. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : A Pavan [16]
  16. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Sir John Souch’s Galliard [26]
  17. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Giles Hobie’s Galliard [29]
  18. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Farewell [3]
  19. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : A Galliard [27]
  20. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Lady Hunsdon’s Puffe [54]
  21. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : A Galliard (on A Galliard By Daniel Bacheler) [28]
  22. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.5.78.3 : Lachrimae [15]
  23. From John Dowland, A Pilgrimes Solace, London 1612 : Galliard To Lachrimae [46]§

Disk 2

  1. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Forlorn Hope Fancy [2]
  2. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Walsingham [67]
  3. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Mrs.Vaux Galliard [32]
  4. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Mrs.Vaux Jig [57]
  5. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Fancy [7]
  6. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Galliard [76]
  7. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : The Shoemaker’s Wife [58]
  8. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Fancy [6]
  9. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Mrs. Brigide Fleetwood’s Pavan Alias Solus Sine Sola [11]
  10. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Mignarda [34]
  11. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Langton’s Galliard [33]†
  12. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33: Loth To Depart [69]
  13. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Fancy [73]
  14. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Robin [70]
  15. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Pavan [18]
  16. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : A Galliard [35]
  17. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.9.33 : Farewell (An ‘‘In Nomine’’) [4]
  18. From The Marsh Lute Book : Mrs. Norrish’s Delight [77]
  19. From The Mynshall Lute Book : A Coy Toy [80]†
  20. From William Barley, A New Booke Of Tabliture For The Lute And Orpharion, London 1596 : Fortune [62]
  21. From The Wickhambrook Lute Book : Tarleton’s Riserrectione [59]

Disk 3

  1. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Piper’s Pavan [8]
  2. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Captain Digorie Piper’s Galliard [19]
  3. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Mrs. Nichols’’ Almain [52]
  4. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Mrs.White’s Thing [50]†
  5. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Mrs.White’s Nothing [56]
  6. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : John Dowland’s Galliard [21]
  7. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Mounsier’s Almain
  8. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Melancholy Galliard [25]
  9. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Lord Strang’s March [65]
  10. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Dr. Case’s Pavan [12]†
  11. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Dowland’s First Galliard [22]
  12. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Orlando Sleepeth [61]†
  13. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : A Dream [75]†
  14. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : A Galliard (On Walsingham) [31]†
  15. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : A Galliard [24]†
  16. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : An Almain [49]
  17. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Tarleton’s Jig [81]
  18. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Complaint [63]
  19. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : A Galliard [30]
  20. From Cambridge University Library, Ms.Dd.2.11 : Dowland’s Galliard [20]
  21. From The Euing Lute Book : Semper Dowland Semper Dolens [9]
  22. From The Euing Lute Book : Go From My Window [64]
  23. From The Euing Lute Book : Solus Cum Sola [10]†
  24. From The Euing Lute Book : A Piece Without Title [78]
  25. From The Euing Lute Book : A Fancy [72]

Disk 4

  1. From The Euing Lute Book : My Lord Willoughby’s Welcome Home [66a]
  2. From The Euing Lute Book : What If A Day [79]
  3. From The Euing Lute Book : Mrs. Clifton’s Almain [53]
  4. From The Euing Lute Book : Can She Excuse [42]
  5. From The Euing Lute Book : Mrs.Winter’s Jump [55]†
  6. From The Euing Lute Book : Round Battle Galliard [39]
  7. From The Euing Lute Book : The Frog Galliard [23a]
  8. From Cambridge University Library, Add.3056 : A Fancy [5]
  9. From Cambridge University Library, Nn.6.36 : Resolution [13]
  10. From Cambridge University Library, Nn.6.36 : Come Away [60]†
  11. From The Jane Pickering Lute Book : A Fantasia [71]
  12. From The Trumbull Lute Book : Aloe [68]
  13. From The Margaret Board Lute Book : Preludium [98]§
  14. From The Margaret Board Lute Book : An Almand [96]§
  15. From The Margaret Board Lute Book : The Queene’s Galliard [97]§
  16. From The Margaret Board Lute Book : Coranto [100] §
  17. From The Margaret Board Lute Book : Mr. Dowland’s Midnight [99]§
  18. From The Schele Lute Book : La Mia Barbara [95]§
  19. From The Schele Lute Book : Lady Laiton’s Almain [48]§
  20. From The Schele Lute Book : Pavana [94]§
  21. From The Hainhofer Lute Book : Gagliarda
  22. From Johann Daniel Mylius, Thesaurus Gratiarum, Frankfurt 1622 : Pavana§
  23. From Johann Daniel Mylius, Thesaurus Gratiarum, Frankfurt 1622 : Pavana