VA. (Morley, Gibbons, Byrd, Wilbye, etc): English Madrigals - The Amaryllis Consort / Charles Brett / Robert Aldwinkle.
Innovative Music Productions PCD 873. Recorded and released in 1987.
-Ripped with EAC without errors.
-Flac'ed to .flac level 8.*
-High-res scans of booklet, back and cd.
01 Morley- Fyer! Fyer!.flac
02 Anonymous- The King's morisco.flac
03 Morley- My bonnie lass.flac
04 Ramsey- Sleep fleshy birth.flac
05 East- Poor is the life.flac
06 Gibbons- The Silver Swan.flac
07 Gibbons- A ground.flac
08 Gibbons- What is your life!.flac
09 Bennet- All creatures now.flac
10 Weelkes- Hark all ye lovely saints.flac
11 Peerson- The primrose.flac
12 Ford- There is a lady.flac
13 Ward- Come, sable night.flac
14 Ward- Retire, my troubled soul.flac
15 Farmer- Fair Phyllis.flac
16 Tomkins- Oyez! Has any found a lad.flac
17 Byrd- Though Amaryllis dance in green.flac
18 Byrd- The Earl of Salisbury.flac
19 Greaves- Come away, sweet love.flac
20 Wilbye- Weep, weep mine eyes.flac
21 Farnaby- Fain would I wed.flac
22 Wilbye- Draw on, sweet night.flac
23 Wilbye- Adieu, sweet Amaryllis.flac
Interestingly, the Hilliard Ensemble's interpretation of English madrigals on Virgin was also recorded in 1987.
REQUEST: VA.: English Madrigals - The Tallis Scholars / Peter Philips
GIMELL GIMSE403. Recorded in 1982. Re-released in 2007.
*Why flac? For high fidelity backups use only lossless audio formats such as
flac or ape; they can be inflated back to the original wav in order to burn a
perfect copy of the audio cd and if required they can be easily converted to
mp3 with most media players (foobar2000 recommended).