William Lawes: The Royal Consort - Daniel Hyde (organ); Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo); Emily Ashton (viol); Phantasm
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  1. Royall Consort Suite No. 1 in D minor
  2. Royall Consort Suite No. 4 in D major
  3. Royall Consort Suite No. 3 in D minor
  4. Royall Consort Suite No. 5 in D major
  5. Royall Consort Suite No. 8 in C major
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  1. Royall Consort Suite No. 1 in D minor
  2. Royall Consort Suite No. 4 in D major
  3. Royall Consort Suite No. 3 in D minor
  4. Royall Consort Suite No. 5 in D major
  5. Royall Consort Suite No. 8 in C major
  6. Royall Consort Suite No. 9 in F major
  7. Consort Sett a 5 in F major (No. 4)
  8. Royall Consort Suite No. 2 in D minor
  9. Royall Consort Suite No. 6 in D major
  10. Royall Consort Suite No. 7 in A minor
  11. Royall Consort Suite No. 10 in B flat major
  12. Paven for 4 viols in D minor (VdGS No. 76)
  13. Alman for 4 viols in D minor (No. 260)
  14. Saraband for 4 viols in D minor (VdGS No. 264)
  15. Consort Sett a 6 in C minor (No. 10)
  16. Consort Sett a 6 in C major (No. 7)
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Some might think of William Lawes as the Carlo Gesualdo of the early English Baroque: his music was experimental, brilliant, and emotionally rather claustrophobic. He wrote songs and sacred choral music, but his most famous pieces are the viol consort "setts" (suites) heard here (there are also a few shorter setts with organ). This group collectively is called the Royal Consort; Phantasm is the ensemble led by Laurence Dreyfus, who also wrote the extensive booklet notes. Lawes is often described as an acquired taste, and ...

William Lawes: The Royal Consort 2015, Linn Records

UPC: 691062047029

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