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Composer: John Dowland (1563–1629)
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  • Edith Steinbauer (treble viol), Beatrice Reichert (alto viol), Frieda Litschauer (tenor viol), Ernst Knava (bass viol), Julian Bream (lute/guitar)

    The Golden Age Singers, Margaret Field-Hyde

    …Bream's genius transcends all. Whether it's in the astonishing intensity of Dowland's Melancholy Galliard and Forlorn Hope Fancy or in the finely proportioned sense of pace and drama in Bach's... More…

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    2 Presto CDs

    $25.00

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  • The Dublin Drag Orchestra, Caitríona O'Leary, Katrine Kirkman, Ian Honeyman, Ian Honeynman, Matthew Baker, Clara Sanabras, Harvey Brough

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  • Anna Prohaska (soprano), Eric Schneider (piano), Simon Martyn-Ellis (lute)

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  • This double-EP offers differing takes on 17th-century musical strains, pairing one disc of romantically themed pieces by English composers with a suite of five Mexican songs arranged as a tribute... More…

    2 CDs

    $9.50

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