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Alfonso Ferrabosco II, Hugh Aston, Thomas Morley, John Dowland, Anthony Holborne, William Byrd, Elway Bevin

The Flautadors Recorder Quartet

Cynthia's Revels

  • Type CD
  • Label First Hand Records
  • UPC 5060216340319
  • Catalog number FHR 036
  • Release date 09 October 2015
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About the album

Music and words from Elizabethan England featuring Fantasias by the great William BYRD, Anthony HOLBORNE and Alfonso FERRABOSCO II, the beautiful Lachrymæ pavane by John DOWLAND, lively dance music by Thomas MORLEY alongside lesser known composers Elway BEVIN and Hugh ASTON. Performed on a beautiful renaissance consort of recorders made by Thomas Prescott after 16th century instruments in the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum. This album gives a fascinating glimpse into courtly life during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
“The Flautadors play with elegance and skill. ” (International Record Review)
“A beautifully poised and deliciously played musical biography of Mary Stuart... fully in control of every detail that they can fascinate the ear by the range of their colours, their articulations, their delicate phrasing, their sheer musicianship.” (Gramophone)
“Beautifully balanced consort playing” (Gramophone)
“Superb disc” (American Record Guide)

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