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This record accompanies correspondence course material in the Open University Course, A201 Renaissance and reformation, units 29-30
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Module code and title: A201, Renaissance and Reformation
Item code: A201; SD2
Published: 1972
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Track listing:
track listing for this programme
Track 1 Side one. Poetry readings
Track 2 1. If music and sweet poetry agree / Richard Barnfield
Track 3 2. Care-charmer sleep, son of the sable night / Samuel Daniel
Track 4 3. Nature that washed her hands in milk / Sir Walter Raleigh
Track 5 4. The lie / Sir Walter Raleigh
Track 6 5. The garden of Adonis / Edmund Spencer
Track 7 6. Orchestra / Sir John Davies
Track 8 7. Since you must go, and I must bid farewell / Ben Johnson (Reader: Brian Stone)
Track 9 8. Once, and but once, found in thy company / John Donne
Track 10 9. Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? / William Shakespeare
Track 11 10. Let me not to the marriage of true minds / William Shakespeare
Track 12 11. Farewell! Thou art too dear for my possessing / William Shakespeare
Track 13 12. Thou blind man's marke, thou foole's self-chosen snare / Sir Philip Sidney
Track 14 13. Th'expense of spirit in a waste of shame / William Shakespeare
Side 2 Track 15 Side 2. Lute songs
Track 16 1. Come again, sweet love doth now invite / John Dowland
Track 17 2. His golden locks time hath to silver turned / John Dowland
Track 18 3. Come, my Celia, let us prove / Alfonso Ferrabosco
Track 19 4. So, so, leave off this last lamenting kiss / Alfonso Ferrabosco
Track 20 5. It was a lover and his lass / Thomas Morely
Track 21 6. Who is it that this dark night / Thomas Morely
Track 22 7. Now winters nights enlarge / Thomas Campian
Track 23 8. Thrice toss these oaken ashes into air / Thomas Campian
Track 24 9. Greensleeves variation
Producer: Helen Rapp
Contributors: Philip Olleson; Brian Stone
Publisher: Open University
Subject terms: Lute music; Lute--Early works to 1800; Poetry, English--Early modern, 1500-1700
Production number: AUDA890A
Available to public: no