Hardy By A Crystal Fountain (From: Triumphs Of Oriana, 1601). Pavane For Lute (From: Robert Dowland, Variety Of Lute Lessons, 1610). Balowe (From: Consort Lessons, 1599). A9. –Deller Consort & Morley Consort. Arise, Awake (From: Triumphs Of Oriana, 1601). A10. –Morley Consort. The Frog Galliard (From: Consort Lessons, 1599).
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 2. Norcombe: With angel's face. 3. Mundy: Lightly she whipped. 4. E. Gibbons: Long live fair Oriana. 5. Bennet: All creatures now. 6. Hilton the elder: Fair Oriana beauty's queen. 7. Marson: The nymphs and shepherds. 8. Carlton: Calm was the air. 9. Holmes: Thus bonny boots. 10. Nicholson: Sing shepherds all. 11. Tomkins: The fauns and satyrs tripping. 12. Cavendish: Come gentle swains.
Thomas Morley (1557 or 1558 – early October 1602) was an English composer, theorist, singer and organist of the Renaissance. He was one of the foremost members of the English Madrigal School.
Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - The First Booke of Balletts: Fyer, Fyer 04:33. Wilfred Brown, Deller Consort - Canzonets: I Follow, loe, the Footing 02:23. Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - The First Booke of Balletts: Leave, Alas, This Tormenting 02:18. Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - Madrigalls, First Booke: Say, Gentle Nymphes 02:06. Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - Canzonets: Arise, Get Up, My Deere 01:54. Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - Canzonets: Harke, Alleluia Cheerely 02:04. Alfred Deller, Deller Consort - Madrigales, The Triumphes of Oriana: Hard by a Cristall Fountaine 03:55.
In 1601, English composer Thomas Morley published a volume of madrigals called The Triumphs of Oriana. The music was intended to honor the aging Queen Elizabeth I, referred to as Oriana for reasons about which historians disagree (one version of the story is given in the detailed and informative notes by Thomas Elias). Each madrigal concluded with some variant of the couplet "Then sang the shepherds and nymphs of Diana/Long live fair Oriana," allowing the composer (there were 23 different ones for the 25 pieces) to strut his polyphonic stuff at the end of the song
Thomas Morley Thomas Morley Les triomphes d'oriane - Ballets, Madrigaux, Pavanes & Chants Sacrés Deller Consort - Alfred Deller, dir. & Morley Consort - David Munrow, di. and arrow Thomas Morley, Triumphs of Oriana, 1601 Hard by a crystal fountain Thomas Morley, Variety of Lute Lessons, 1610 (Robert Dowland) Pavan for Lute Thomas Morley, Consort Lessons, 1599 Balowe Thomas Morley, Triumphs of Oriana, 1601 Arise, awake Thomas Morley, Consort Lessons, 1599 The frog galliard Thomas Morley, Balletts for five voices, 1595 You that wont to my pipes sound -- Thomas Morley
|A1||–Deller Consort, Morley Consort*||Ho! Who Comes Here?|
|A2||–Morley Consort*||O Mistress Mine|
|A3||–Deller Consort||About The Maypole New|
|A4||–Morley Consort*||Now Is The Month Of Maying|
|A5||–Deller Consort||Love Took His Bow And Arrow|
|A6||–Deller Consort||Hardy By A Crystal Fountain|
|A9||–Deller Consort, Morley Consort*||Arise, Awake|
|A10||–Morley Consort*||The Frog Galliard|
|A11||–Deller Consort, Morley Consort*||You That Want To My Pipes Sound|
|B1||–Deller Consort||O Amica Mea|
|B2||–Deller Consort||Out Of The Deep|
|B3||–Morley Consort*||The Sacred End Pavan|
|B4||–Deller Consort||Nolo Mortem Peccatoris|
|B5||–Morley Consort*||Galliard To The Sacred End|
|B6||–Deller Consort||I Call With My Whole Heart|
|B7||–Deller Consort||Let My Complaint Come Before Thee|
|B8||–Deller Consort||Agnus Dei|
|HMU 241||Thomas Morley - Deller Consort • Morley Consort*||Thomas Morley - Deller Consort • Morley Consort* - Les Triomphes D'Oriane (LP)||Harmonia Mundi||HMU 241||France||1979|
|HM 241||Morley* - Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, Morley Consort* / David Munroe*||Morley* - Deller Consort / Alfred Deller, Morley Consort* / David Munroe* - Thomas Morley (LP, RE)||Harmonia Mundi France||HM 241||France||Unknown|