An Elizabethan Songbook (CD)
This is a lovely recital celebrating the diversity of Elizabethan song. Accompanied by her husband Anthony Rooley on lute, Kirkby especially turns her attention to selections which display the period's numerous variety of takes on the subject of secular love. Now over 30 years old, this recital still sounds as vital and sincere as ever.
1. RICHARD EDWARDS: Where grypinge griefs 2. THOMAS CAMPION: Come let us sound 3. JOHN DOWLAND: In this trembling shadow 4. JOHN DANYEL: Like as the lute delights 5. JOHN DOWLAND: I saw my Ladye weepe 6. FRANCIS PILKINGTON: Rest sweet Nimphs 7. THOMAS CAMPION: When to her Lute s 8. FRANCIS PILKINGTON: Musick deare sollace 9. THOMAS MORLEY: I saw my Ladye weeping 10. ROBERT JONES: If in this flesh 11. FRANCIS PILKINGTON: Come all ye 12. JOHN BARTLETT: Sweete birdes deprive us never Emma Kirkby, soprano Anthony Rooley, lute