Songs and dances of fourteenth-century Italy
Rogers Covey-Crump : discography


University of East Anglia Recordings UEA 78001 [LP]

Songs and dances of fourteenth-century Italy

Landini Consort


Contents:

Side One
 1.  Su la rivera (Anonymous) 
Madrigal a 2: countertenor, tenor, organetto, fiddle and lute
 2.  De' come dolcemente (Giovanni da Cascia) 
Madrigal a 2: tenor, tenor rebec and psaltery
 3.  Vola el bel sparver (Jacopo da Bologna) 
Madrigal a 2: countertenor and tenor rebec
 4.  Istampitta Isabella (Anonymous) 
Monophonic dance: fiddle, lute, psaltery, nakers and tabor
 5.  I' senti'za (Jacopo da Bologna) 
Madrigal a 3: countertenor, tenor and fiddle
 6.  Senti tu d'amor (Donato da Firenze) 
Ballata a 2: tenor, tenor rebec and gittern

Side Two
 7.  Come in sul fonte (Lorenzo da Firenze) 
Madrigal a 2: tenor, tenor rebec and lute
 8.  Per un verde boschetto (Bartolino da Padova) 
Ballata a 3: countertenor, organetto, soprano rebec, tenor rebec and lute
 9.  La Manfredina (Anonymous) 
Monophonic dance: two lutes and gittern
 10.  Ochi dolenti mie (Francesco Landini) 
Ballata a 2: countertenor and tenor
 11.  Caro signor, palesa (Francesco Landini) 
Ballata a 3: countertenor, fiddle and alto rebec
 12.  Donna, i' prego (Francesco Landini) 
Ballata a 3: tenor, lute, tenor rebec and psaltery
 13.  In somm' alteca (Francesco Landini) 
Ballata a 2: countertenor, tenor, soprano rebec and lute


Performers:

Richard Hill, countertenor
Rogers Covey-Crump, tenor (and tabor on track 4)
Elizabeth Liddle, lute and alto rebec
Margaret McCaul, tenor rebec, psaltery and drone lute
John Bryan, organetto, psaltery and nakers
Peter Syrus, soprano rebec, fiddle, gittern and director


Description:

This is the first of a series of recordings made in the Music Centre at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.