Skip to main content

Browse: Dowland - Melancholy Galliard

Composer: John Dowland (1563–1629)
Showing 1 - 10 of 35 results
Results per page:
View:
  • Thomas Dunford (lute/direction), Ruby Hughes (soprano), Renoud Van Mechelen (tenor), Paul Agnew (tenor), Alain Buet (bass)

    Crystalline sound, exquisite playing from lutenist Thomas Dunford, a hidden bonus track, and vividly wrought performances from a fine vocal consort. More…

    CD

    $11.00

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    Listen immediately in My Library

    This release includes a digital booklet

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • 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…

    Awards:

    2 Presto CDs

    $25.00

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    Listen immediately in My Library

    This release includes a digital booklet

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • Anton Batagov (piano)

    CD

    $14.50

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

  • Pavans, Galliards and Almains

    Nigel North (lute)

    …seven three-dance sets are illuminatingly contrived and despatched with effortless insight. Dowland was praised for the richness of his tone, but it’s hard to imagine even him outdoing the... More…

    Awards:

    CD

    $12.50

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    Listen immediately in My Library

    This release includes a digital booklet

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • all works by John Dowland, arranged for guitar by Christoph Denoth

    Christoph Denoth (guitar)

    The Swiss-born guitarist assembles an anthology of well-loved Dowland 'pops'. His attentive colouring and expressive interventions seduce but sometimes distract. More…

    CD

    Original price ($16.00) Reduced price $13.00

    Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days

    Listen immediately in My Library

    This release includes a digital booklet

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • Paul O'Dette (lute)

    Most refreshing is his imaginative interpretation of the notes on the page: playing with the intuitive freedom of a jazz musician, O'Dette really captures the improvisatory spirit of Dowland's... More…

    No digital booklet included

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • James Bowman, Robert Spencer, Dennis Nesbitt, Oliver Brookes, Norma Burrowes, Charles Brett & Robert Lloyd

    The Early Music Consort of London, David Munrow

    Pleasant 1970s accounts, though James Bowman’s countertenor voice has been overshadowed by recent, more flexible, rivals, and the perky but sedate speeds of the Birthday Odes now seem cautious. More…

    2 CDs

    $10.75

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    Listen immediately in My Library

    No digital booklet included

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • Julian Bream (lute)

    Purists might raise an eyebrow at some of Bream's expressive interventions, and the recorded sound betrays its age, but the eloquence and artistry of these pioneering performances remain gloriously... More…

    CD

    $8.00

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

  • Alfred Deller (countertenor) & Robert Spencer (lute)

    The Consort of Six

    Twenty songs, recorded late in Deller's career when his voice had lost a certain bloom but little of its fascination More…

    2 CDs

    $14.25

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    Listen immediately in My Library

    No digital booklet included

    Listen immediately in My Library

  • Hopkinson Smith (lute)

    Hopkinson Smith's latest collection, 'A Dream', invites the listener '...to penetrate the world of the inner senses that is the domain of the lute'.
    An elegantly constructed programme (built...
    More…

    No digital booklet included

    Listen immediately in My Library