Early Music Series: A Concert of 17th-Century English Music, November 23, 1985
School of Music, Boston University
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This is the concert program of the Early Music Series: A Concert of 17th-Century English Music performance on Saturday, November 23, 1985 at 8:00 p.m., at Marsh Chapel, 735 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were Voluntary in C by Thomas Tomkins, Voluntary in A by T. Tomkins, Verse in 3 parts by T. Tomkins, Fancy in A by T. Tomkins, "In darkness let me dwell" by John Dowland, "Come Again Sweet Love" by J. Dowland, "Dearest all faire" by William Lawes, "Amarillis" by W. Lawes, "Music for a while" by Henry Purcell, Fantasia a 5, "Luci beate" by John Coprario, Sett in C by Anthony Holborne, The Cries of London (for voices and viols) by Orlando Gibbons, Mass for Five Voices by William Byrd, Anthem, "This is the record of John" by O. Gibbons, Anthem, "When David heard" by T. Tomkins, and "Come Ye Sons of Art," Ode for Queen Mary by H. Purcell. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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