9 Reply to “ Dowland: Melancholy Galliard - Julian Bream - Lute and Guitar Recital (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Julian Bream (guitar) Bream was a frequent visitor to the Aldeburgh Festival and, in , he performed with Peter Pears in a well-paced set of Dowland songs and lute solos, which found both at the top of their game. — BBC Music Magazine, October , More Release Date: 11th Jan /5.
  2. Julian Bream plays Dowland. Pieces for Lute: Queen Elisabeth's Galliard - Lacrimae Antiquae Pavan - Mrs. White's Nothinge - Mrs. Vaux's Gigge - Farewell (A Fancy) - Orlando Sleepeth - Fantasia. Westminster XWN Original US pressing. Side One EX (undeep scratch). Side Two M-.
  3. Dowland: Lute Music - England - Melancholy Galliard 7 Dowland: Lute Music - England - Forlorne Hope Fancy 8 Dowland: Lute Music - England - King of Denmark's Galliard 9 J.S. Bach: Partita for Lute in C minor, BWV - Played in A minor - 2. Fugue 10 J.S. Bach: Partita for Lute in C minor, BWV - Played in A minor - 1 /5(8).
  4. Piper's Pavane by John Dowland is misnamed as a Galliard and misattributed to Thomas Morlay in the notes to the Consort DVD. No doubt others have noticed further glitches. Other than that the package is very satisfying. Julian Bream has been the greatest classical guitarist of the 20th century in the opinion of many, myself included.
  5. The set comprises Bream’s solo Dowland LP () – which was his debüt solo recording, played on lute - and his solo Bach LP (), both originally recorded on the Westminster label and justly celebrated at the time.
  6. Jan 01,  · So here are a few facts: this DG-Westminster reissue collates the contents of two Westminster LPs, XWN (Bach) and XWN (Dowland lute recital), plus excerpts from three (out of a series of four) more Westminster LPs devoted to Dowland's Ayres for Four Voices, performed by the Golden Age Singers conducted by one of them, Margaret Field /5(6).
  7. Track 6: John Dowland – Captain Digorie Piper’s Galliard (Played by Julian Bream) Another Bream choice but this time on the lute, and we owe him a huge debt of gratitude for single handedly bringing this ancient instrument back from the annals of history.
  8. The 3rd side includes all the Julian Bream and Peter Pears collaborations from the album Julian Bream in Concert. The 4th side includes some of the solo lute selections from Julian Bream in Concert: Dowland's "Captain Piper's Galliard", "Queen Elizabeth's Galliard"and "Sir John Langton's Pavan" and Byrd's "Pavana Bray", "Galliard" and "Pavan".
  9. 28 CD's of arguably the 20th century's finest guitarist. Covering his work for RCA, this item was released to celebrate the artist's 60th birthday in From his celebrated lute works to his work with the Julian Bream Consort, right through to baroque, classical, romantic and twentieth century guitar works.5/5(3).

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