- Performer:Baltimore Consort
- Title:Ladyes Delight: Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:February 15, 1994
- Size FLAC version1216 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1101 megabytes
- Size WMA version1147 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI MOD WAV MP4 AHX MP2
Baltimore Consort is well-known for their skillful renditions of Renaissance music, and Ladyes Delight, their 1998 release, definitely continues that tradition. Here they perform the "broken consort," or mixed-ensemble secular music, for instruments such as bandora, cittern, viol, flute, and lute. The melodies are resplendent with the multiple layers and textures that the artists offer with much joyous enthusiasm, from the lucidly balladic "Yonder Comes a Courteous Knight" to the cheerfully lilting "Jumpe at My Cozen.
Baltimore Consort is well-known for their skillful renditions of Renaissance music, and Ladyes Delight, their 1998 release, definitely continues that tradition.
The Ladyes Delight: Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England. Tunes from the Attic. La Rocque 'n' Roll: Popular Music of Renaissance France. Watkins Ale: Music of the English Renaissance. On the Banks of Helicon: Early Music from Scotland.
1998) The Ladyes Delight - Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England. 03 Yonder comes a courteous knight. 06 Batchelar's delight. 12 Robin is to the Greenwood gone. 2007) Gut, Wind and Wire - Instruments of the Baltimore Consort.
In true English Consort style, the Baltimore Consort, America's most popular early music ensemble, mixes instruments from different families. This traditional Christmas music, with roots going back many centuries, revives our spirits and evokes a festive mood. Tunes from the Attic returns to the central repertory of the Baltimore Consort: popular and courtly music from Elizabethan England and Renaissance Scotland.
Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England The Baltimore Consort Dorian 90252. The present program consists of a variety of "light" genres from Elizabethan England, from the theater to bands, ballrooms and masques. Other recordings by the present ensemble: Watkin's Ale. Music of the English Renaissance The Baltimore Consort Dorian 90142. The Baltimore Consort Dorian 90238. The Baltimore Consort Dorian 90235.
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. Their music bridges the genres of classical and folk music.
Ladyes Delight: Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England. The Baltimore Consort – The Mad Buckgoat: Ancient Music Of Ireland. The Baltimore Consort Concert Madison Early Music Festival 2016. Adew Dundee -The Baltimore Consort - Early Music of Scotland - 2003. Baltimore Consort: " Kemp& Jig", "It Was a Love.
The Fairy Queen and her maides daunced about the garden, singing a Song of six parts, with the musick of an exquisite consort; wherin was the lute, bandora, base-violl, citterne, treble viol and flute. The Honourable Entertainment at Elvetham, anon. Recordings such as this-and many others by the Baltimore Consort-remind us where many of our American folk music traditions come from, and reveal just how strongly connected we still are to European traditions many centuries old. The Elizabethan songs and dances on this recording are taken from several sources and they exemplify music that.
CreditsMary Anne Ballard - Bass Viol, Liner Notes, Rebec, Research, Treble Viol, Viol
Baltimore Consort - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Douglas Brown - Editing, Engineer, Post Production, Producer
Mark Cudek - Bass Viol, Cittern, Renaissance Guitar, Viol
Craig D. Dory - Engineer
Katherine A. Dory - Editing
Custer LaRue - Primary Artist, Soprano (Vocal)
Brian M. Levine - Executive Producer
Larry Lipkis - Bass Viol, Recorder, Recorder (Soprano), Viol
Ronn McFarlane - Lute
Chris Norman - Flute
William Simms - Bandora
David H. Walters - Engineer
|1||A Jigge ye Firste||Baltimore Consort||2:51|
|2||Chi Passa, for 2 lutes||Baltimore Consort||3:10|
|3||Yonder Comes a Courteous Knight, for voice(s) & ensemble||Baltimore Consort||6:15|
|4||Ladyes Delight||Baltimore Consort||1:47|
|5||Jumpe at my Cozen||Baltimore Consort||1:54|
|6||Batchelar's Delight||Baltimore Consort||3:37|
|7||Darke is my Delight||Baltimore Consort||2:23|
|8||Howell's Delight, for consort||Baltimore Consort||4:05|
|10||La Coronto||Baltimore Consort||1:24|
|11||Widdowes Mite||Baltimore Consort||2:54|
|12||Robin is to the Greenwood Gone||Baltimore Consort||3:22|
|13||The Shaking of the Sheets, folk song||Baltimore Consort||2:55|
|14||Lord Souches Maske||Baltimore Consort||2:08|
|15||The Queen's Treble||Baltimore Consort||1:56|
|16||Balow My Babe||Baltimore Consort||4:43|
|18||Sola Soletta||Baltimore Consort||2:39|
|19||Ye French Volta||Baltimore Consort||2:39|
|20||Light of Love||Baltimore Consort||0:58|
|21||My Lord of Oxenford's Mask (From Thomas Morley's "The First Booke of Consort Lessons")||Baltimore Consort feat: Custer LaRue||1:48|
|22||O Mistresse Mine||Baltimore Consort||3:17|