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AT ONCE IT CHARMS THE SENSE...

Nicholas Mulroy & Elizabeth Kenny

Tuesday 21, January | 12 noon

San Anton Palace, Attard

The range of songs for theorbo and singer from 17th century Europe offers a delightful overview of the intimate, confessional, syllabic lute songs to a more extrovert, stylised, hit-them-between-the-eyes approach.

 

PROGRAMME

Robert Johnson (c 1583-c 1634)

Have you seen the bright lily grow

Philip Rosseter (1568-1623)

What then is love

Robert Johnson

Care-charming sleep

Philip Rosseter

Fantasia

Flow, my tears

John Dowland (1563-1626)

Come again, sweet love

Robert de Visée (1650-1725)

Prélude

Michel Lambert (1610-1696)

Vos mépris chaque jour

Robert de Visée

Allemande

Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704)

Tristes Déserts

Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)

Tempro la cetra

Alessandro Grandi (1586-after 1630)

O intemerata

Claudio Monteverdi

Si dolce è il tormento

Girolamo Kapsberger (c1580-1651)

Toccata, Canario, Colscione

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

‘Tis nature’s voice

O Fair Cedaria

When first Amintas

Music for a While

 

 

MUSICIANS

Nicholas Mulroy, tenor

Elizabeth Kenny, theorbo

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