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Composer: John Danyel (1564–c.1626)
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  • Michael Chance (countertenor) & Paul Beier (lute)

    Danyel’s songs represents the very best of this wonderful repertoire…Chance takes great pains to articulate every word beautifully… undoubted artistry. More…

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  • Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute), Libby Crabree (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor), Matthew Vine (tenor), Adrian Peacock (bass), Jacob Heringman (lute), Mark Caudle (bass viol)

    This recording will transport you back to rural England at the turn of the 17th century … an entertaining selection of vocal solo and quartet music. More…

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  • Recording location: Decca Studios, West Hampstead, London, UK, May 1978

    Anthony Rooley (lute & director)

    The Consort of Musicke

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  • A Garden of Eloquence: Katharine Hawnt (voice), Ziv Braha (lute), Uri Smilansky (bass viol)

    [Hawnt's] diction is amazingly clear, aided by immaculate sound quality, and her understanding and interpretation of texts are excellent throughout… John Danyel was one of [Dowland's] most interesting... More…



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