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COV91404
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Jacques Duphly
works for harpsichord
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COV21309
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Partite e Sonate
Early Violoncello Music
from Modena and Bologna
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COV 91616 WEB
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Jacob Kirkman
Lessons and Sonatas
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Oranges & Lemons
John Playford (1623-1686)
Tunes from the Collection “The Dancing Master”
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"The result is a highly interesting and musically entertaining portrait of English musical life around 1650."
(Toccata 3/2008)

"The musicians consistently play with vigour, spirit, and tremendous enthusiasm ... the recording is highly recommended to all adventurous and receptive listeners."
(Christiane Bayer in: klassik.com 2007/06/23)

"... set very high standards ... An extremely varied ... new release, in which you can experience the dance tunes in an entirely new way."
(Ulrich Steinhammer-Schmid in: TIBIA 02/2008)

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Track List

John Playford (1623-1686) 
1 Bellamira / Bobbing Joe
2 Newcastle Round for eight
3 Hearts Ease – “Sing care away” Round for four
4 Scotch Cap Longways for six (5 dancing verses) 
5 Oranges and Lemons Square for four couples
6 Jenny Pluck Pears Round for six
7 An Italian Rant – “Fuggi fuggi da’ lieti amanti” 
8 Epping Forrest
9 Lilli Burlero – “Ho Brother Teague” Longways for as many as will

English Traditional anonymous (16th century) 
10 The Star of the County Down – “A constant Wife” 

English Traditional anonymous (16th century) 
11 Blacke Almaine Almain for as many as will

Thomas Campion (1567-1620) 
12 I care not for these Ladies Circle of couples

John Playford
13 The Indian Queen Longways for as many as will
14 Upon a Summer's day – “I Smell a Rat” Longways for six
15 Jamaica – “The Joviall Broome Man” 

Henry Purcell (1659-1695) 
16 Gentle Shepherds – An Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Playford

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