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Lucie Skeaping - The English Stage Jig flac album

Performer: Lucie Skeaping
Title: The English Stage Jig
Style: Vocal Music
Duration: 01:18:04
Relesed: 2009
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 310
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1. The Black Man - 01. Quoth John To Joan, 'Sweet Susan, Remember'.

English Elizabethan clown Will Kempe dancing a jig from London to Norwich in 1600. The term jig was probably derived from the French giguer, meaning 'to jump' or the Italian giga. The use of "jig" in Irish dance derives from the Irish jigeánnai, itself borrowed from the Old English giga meaning "old dance". It was known as a dance in 16th-century England, often in 12 8 time, and the term was used. Making the Irish American: History and Heritage of the Irish in the United States. Singing Simpkin and Other Bawdy Jigs: Musical Comedy on the Shakespearean Stage : Scripts, Music and Context. University of Exeter Press.

The English Stage Jig. Musical comedies from the 16th and 17th centuries for the Merriment and Delight of Wise Men and the Ignorant. Today we think of a jig as simply a dance, but in late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century England the word was used to describe a short musical farce featuring songs, dancing and slapstick comedy

The history of the stage jig is complex but it is likely that its origins are to be found in the oral tradition, in the dancing, clowning and misrule of the carnivals, May Games and festivals held in rural communities during the Middle Ages. As such courtly pastimes moved into professional realms, the term jig became used to describe anything from a solo song, dialogue ballad or dance to a full-blown mini-drama.

The crowds who flocked to the London playhouses in the late 16th and early 17th century expected to be amused and amazed.

She was a founder of the early music group the City Waites and the pioneering klezmer band The Burning Bush. She presents BBC Radio 3's Early Music Show, a weekly programme dedicated to the early music repertoire. Greensleeves, The British Grenadiers, Early One Morning и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Black Man, jig for 4 voices & ensemble
1 Sweet Susan, remember...Quoth John to Joan Lucie Skeaping 2:39
2 Y'are well overtaken...The Indian Queen Lucie Skeaping 1:51
3 Come sweetheart...Prithee love turn to me Lucie Skeaping 1:20
4 As ye came from Walsingham...Walsingham Lucie Skeaping 3:03
5 Jog on, jog on, my pretty Susan...Jog On Lucie Skeaping 1:19
6 In this same plight...Prince Rupert's March Lucie Skeaping 1:33
7 Come buy a brush...Greys Inn Mask Lucie Skeaping 2:16
8 O woe is me...Heartsease Lucie Skeaping 1:38
9 Black do I cry...The Gelding of the Devil Lucie Skeaping 1:30
10 Man, forbear this place...Grim King of the Ghosts Lucie Skeaping 2:15
11 Our sentinel keeps well...Peg a Ramsey Lucie Skeaping 2:22
12 The Merry Wooing of Robin and Joan, jig for 3 voices Lucie Skeaping 6:24
Singing Simpkin, jig for 5 voices
13 Blind Cupid hath made...The Crost Couple Lucie Skeaping 1:54
14 There is a Royster at the door...Prince Rupert's March Lucie Skeaping 7:26
15 The Bloody Battle at Billingsgate, jig for 2 voices (tunes: The Orange / Hit and Miss) Lucie Skeaping 6:14
The Cheaters Cheated, jig for 5 voices
16 Good morrow fellow Filcher...The Friar and the Nun Lucie Skeaping 3:28
17 Our Taunton den is a dungeon...Upon a Summers Day / Kemp's Jig Lucie Skeaping 3:45
18 The rainbow never knew...The Friar and the Nun Lucie Skeaping 1:57
19 Quick let us share...Jack a Lent Lucie Skeaping 1:50
20 Soldiers fight...The Carman's Whistle Lucie Skeaping 1:55
21 I can dance and I can sing...Stingo / Half Hanekin Lucie Skeaping 6:01
22 Oh wo, wo, wo...The Gelding of the Devil Lucie Skeaping 2:19
23 We shall ne're have lucky minuit...Argeers Lucie Skeaping 2:36
24 Now farawel Lungeon...Cavalilly Man Lucie Skeaping 7:41
25 Ch'ave overcome my voes...Upon a Summers Day Lucie Skeaping 2:48

Credits

City Waites - Ensemble
Tim Parry - Booklet Editor
Simon Perry - Executive Producer
Steve Portnoi - Engineer, Producer
Lucie Skeaping - Arranger, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer, Text Editor, Vocals
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