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Music From the Time of Christian IV: Instrumental Ensemble and Lute Music

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  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 1987
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Musical Heritage Society/Grammofon AB BIS
  • Run Time: 61 minutes
  • ASIN: B00280GT1O
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Slightly over an hour of music comprising the following pieces: (1) Alessandro Orologio: Intrada XXI and Intrada V, performed by the Royal Danish Brass; (2) Melchior Borchgrevinck: Paduana and Galliard; (3) Nicholas Gistou: Paduana and Galliard; (4) Benedict Greebe: Paduana and Galliard; (5) Jacob Orn: Pavana, 2-5 performed by The Dowland Consort/Jakob Lindberg; (6) Gregorius Huet: Fantasia; (7) Anonymous ("Petrus Fabricius Lutbog"): Graff van Mannsfeldts dans, Polnisch Tantaz I, Polnisch Tantz II, Ciel turchino Gagliardo, Passamezzo-Saltarello; (8) John Dowland: Preludium, A Fantasie, Mr. Dowland's Midnight, 6-8 performed by Jakob Lindberg, lute; (9) John Dowland: The King of Denmark's Galliard; (10) William Brade: Paduana, Galliard; (11) Thomas Simpson: Pasameza; (12) Johan Schop: Lachrimae Pavan; (13) Jacques Foucart: CourenteI, Courente II, Courente III, 9-13 performed by The Dowland Consort/Jakob Lindberg; (14) Alessandro Orologio: Intrada I, Intrada XIX, performed by the Royal Danish Brass. This Musical Heritage Society 1992 issue was licensed from Grammofon AB BIS. Produced by Robert von Bahr. Lute solo recorded March 1987 at St. John's Church, London. Dowland Consort performances recorded April 1987 at the Temple Church London. Royal Danish Brass performances recorded July/August 1987 at Holte Gymnasium, Copenhagen. This is a DDD recording. Liner notes provide details on the era, the music, and the performers.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rabbits Rafferty on February 16, 2014
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This is an absolutely terrible recording. This is good music by fine artists, but the sound levels from one piece to another go up and down and up and down so that one minute you're being blown out of your chair and the next minute the volume is so low as to be almost impossible to hear. One man, Robert von Bahr, is listed Producer, Engineer and Editor. Mr. von Bahr must have been drunk when he made this recording. He should fire himself. What could have been a great CD has been reduced to junk.
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