- Performer:Baltimore Consort
- Title:Tunes from the Attic
- Style:Chamber Music,Vocal Music
- Date of release:April 10, 1997
- Recording date:October, 1995 - June, 1996
- Recording location:Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY
- Size FLAC version1795 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1500 megabytes
- Size WMA version1733 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 WMA DMF APE DXD AHX
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Listen to music from The Baltimore Consort like Les Buffons, Cold and Raw & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Baltimore Consort. The Baltimore Consort is made up of five very talented and dedicated musicians. They perform all over the United States and sometimes also in Europe. Their repertoire is generally 16th-18th century folk music from England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Italy, and Spain. They usually perform with a guest vocalist, in the past they have worked with Custer La Rue, Danielle Svonavec, and countertenor Jose Lemos.
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The Baltimore Consort is a musical ensemble that performs a wide variety of early music, Renaissance music and music from later periods. They began in 1980 as a group specializing in music of the Elizabethan period, but soon expanded their repertoire to include Scottish music, broadside ballads, and Italian, French, and other European music of the 16th and 17th centuries Contents. Custer LaRue Sings 'The Daemon Lover' with The Baltimore Consort (1993). Bright Day Star (1994). A Trip to Killburn (1996). Tunes from the Attic (1997). The Ladyes Delight (1998). The Mad Buckgoat (1999).
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CreditsSamuel Akeroyde - Composer
Anonymous Composer - Composer
Mary Anne Ballard - Liner Notes, Treble Viol, Treble Viola da gamba
Baltimore Consort - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Douglas Brown - Editing, Engineer, Post Session Producer, Producer
Mark Cudek - Bass Viol, Bass Viola da gamba, Cittern, Tenor Viola da gamba, Tenor Violin
Craig D. Dorey - Engineer
Custer LaRue - Soprano (Vocal)
Brian M. Levine - Executive Producer
Larry Lipkis - Bass Viol, Bass Viola da gamba, Recorder (Bass), Recorder (Soprano)
Ronn McFarlane - Lute
Thomas Morley - Composer
Chris Norman - Bagpipes, Flute, Flute (Wood), Piccolo, Whistle
Debbie Reynolds - Post Session Producer
Traditional - Composer
David H. Walters - Engineer
|1||Joyne Hands Thomas Morley||Baltimore Consort||1:27|
|2||You Lasses and Lads||Baltimore Consort||3:14|
|3||Jenny, My Blithest Maid Samuel Akeroyde||Baltimore Consort||3:28|
|4||Johnny Cock Thy Beaver||Baltimore Consort||2:02|
|5||Pavan & Galliard||Baltimore Consort||2:59|
|6||The Mermaid's Song Traditional||Baltimore Consort||3:09|
|7||The Old Maid of the Mill Dust Traditional||Baltimore Consort||3:33|
|8||The Northern Lasse's Lamentation||Baltimore Consort||6:18|
|9||Well Hall||Baltimore Consort||4:04|
|10||The Jewes Dawnce||Baltimore Consort||2:22|
|11||Come Love, Let's Walk||Baltimore Consort||3:03|
|12||Green Garters||Baltimore Consort||2:35|
|13||The Irish Ho-Hoane||Baltimore Consort||5:01|
|14||The Irishe Dumpe||Baltimore Consort||1:40|
|15||Oh! How Happy's He||Baltimore Consort||2:49|
|17||Joy to the Person of My Love Anonymous Composer||Baltimore Consort||7:52|