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King's Singers: Royal Rhymes and Rounds

Song NameComposer
Pasttime with good companieHenry VIII
Ah, Robin, gentle RobinWilliam Cornysh
Blow thy horn, hunterWilliam Cornysh
It is to me a right great joyHenry VIII
Hey, trolly lolly lo!Anon.
Long live fair OrianaEllis Gibbons
The Silver SwanOrlando Gibbons
Fair Oriana, beauty's queenJohn Hilton
Lightly she whipped 'er the dalesJohn Mundy
Flow, O my tearsJohn Dowland
Weep, O mine eyesJohn Bennet
As Vesta was from Latmos hill descendingThomas Weekles
The Triumph of VictoriaSir Walter Parratt
Who can dwell with greatness?Sir Huburt Parry
To her beneath whose steadfast starSir Edward Elgar
Choral Dances from GlorianaBenjamin Britten
Time
Concord
Time and Concord
Country Girl
Rustics and Fishermen
Final Dance of Homage
Paul Drayton

On a new disc to celebrate the 2012 Diamond Jubilee, The King's Singers present a selection of works from the past 500 years written in honor of the great monarchs of Britain. Starting with works for Henry VIII, the program covers the Elizabethan "Triumphs of Oriana" by composers such as Gibbons, Mundy and Dowland; a very Victorian selection of dedicatory works by Elgar, Parry and Parratt; choral arrangements from the opera Glorianna by Benjamin Britten; a new piece by Paul Drayton that comically pens "A Rough GUitde to the Royal Succession."

Item code: 2125C | 1 CD | $15.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Male | England
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