Boston University Early Music Series: A Renaissance Valentine, February 14, 1993
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This is the concert program of the Boston University Early Music Series: A Renaissance Valentine performance on Monday, February 14, 1993 at 8:00 p.m., at Marsh Chapel, 735 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were Je suis ravi de mon Uranie by Étienne Moulinié, Sarabande by Michael Praetorius, Si je languis by Joachim Thibaut de Courville, Ballet des Anglois by M. Praetorius, Lors que tes beaux yeux mignonne by Grand Rue, The Willow Song by Anonymous, Life; Death by Tobias Hume, Fair, if you expect admiring by Thomas Campion, Pavan by Anthony Holborne, Flow my tears ("Lacrimae Pavan") by John Dowland, Galliard by A. Holborne, If my complaints could passions move ("Galliard") by J. Dowland, Almaine: Heartsease by A. Holborne, Clear or cloudy by J. Dowland, Enfin la beauté que j'adore by É. Moulinié, Suite by Mr. Dubuisson, La Rousée du joly mois de may by Jean Planson, Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong by Robert Johnson, Woodycock by Anonymous, Come again, sweet Love doth now invite by J. Dowland, Venus lamenting her lost Adonis by Charles Coleman, Divisions on a ground B-flat by Christopher Simpson, The Lark by Henry Lawes, and Gather your Rose buds while you may by William Lawes. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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