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XII. How Long Shall I? - John Ward , The Consort Of Musicke - John Ward: Madrigals 1613

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  1. Aracage says:
    John Ward: The First Set of English Madrigals John Ward: The First Set of English Madrigals, / Four Fantasias for Viols The Consort of Music - Anthony Rooley, dir. L'Oiseau-Lyre "Florilegium" DD2 (2 LPs) Contents: John Ward () My true love hath my heart (the first part) His heart his wound received (the second part) O say, dear.
  2. Arashikora says:
    Dec 06,  · His small output of church anthems ranges in style from relatively sober early examples (O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth our queen, a6, and How long shall mine enemies, a5) to later works such as Sing joyfully, a6, which is .
  3. Dukus says:
    John of Damascus, called also St. John of Jerusalem, a theologian and poet, was the last but one of the Christian Fathers of the Greek Church. This eminent man was named by the Arabs “Ibn Mansur,” Son (Servant?) of a Conqueror, either in honor of his father Sergius or because it was a Semitic translation of his family title.
  4. Kidal says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for John Ward: The First Set of English Madrigals, ; Four Fantasias for Viols - Consort of Musicke.
  5. Badal says:
    I have presumed to tender these Madrigales onlie as a remembrance of my service and witness of your Lordships liberall hand, by which I have so long lived, and from your Honorable minde that so much have loved all liberall Sciences: in this I shall be most encouraged, if your Lordship vouch safe the protection of my first fruites, for that both.
  6. Vit says:
    Consort music for five and six viols John Ward (ca. ~) has to put up with a name of such unadorned plainness that it is hard to believe he was a leading light in Jacobean viol consort music. Though wrongly demeaned on occasion today as a mere "amateur" composer (because he didn't hold a court or ecclesiastic appointment), connoisseurs.
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