John Rutter, Members of the Cambridge Singers. Adieu, sweet Amaryllis, madrigal (No. 12, The First Set of English Madrigals). John Rutter, Members of the Cambridge Singers. 19. Death hath deprived me, madrigal for 6 voices.
English madrigals officially "sung by members of The Cambridge Singers". Album manufactured and sleeve printed in West Germany. Recorded in Henry Wood Hall, London. Singers include sopranos Caroline Ashton, Donna Deam, Ruth Holton, Nancy- Seers, Jane Rucker, Mary Seers; altos Alex Donaldson, Peter Gritton, Nicola-Jane Kemp, Melanie Marshall; tenors Paul Gordon, Richard Wilson; basses Gerald Finley, Charles Pott, Nicholas Sears. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
John Rutter directs members of the Cambridge Singers in a programme of English Madrigals. Hark, all ye lovely saints above (Weelkes). Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers (Tomkins). Flora gave me fairest flowers (John Wilbye). Sweet Suffolk owl (Thomas Vautor). As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending (Weelkes). This sweet and merry month of May (Byrd). This album contains musicianship of an uncommonly high quality, well and thoughtfully presented. It also has a fair larding of unusual and interesting piece. he Cambridge Singers include some quite excellent voices, well up to the highest professional standards, beautifully balanced and often exceptionally well in tune. They sing with evident commitment and enthusias. .But actually, the main quality here is the flexible and supple rhythm they achieve under John Rutter’s direction.
Members of the Cambridge Singers Vocal Ensemble, John Rutter Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 25 Length: 1:10:53. John Wilbye Composer. Flora gave me fairest flowers Work. John Rutter Conductor, Members of the Cambridge Singers Vocal Ensemble. 5. Flora gave me fairest flowers. Thomas Vautor Composer. Sweet Suffolke Owle Work. 6. Sweet Suffolke Owle.
Album · 1986 · 25 Songs. By John Rutter & Thomas Weelkes.
Flora Gave Me Fairest Fl.has been added to your Cart. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Balletts and Madrigals to 5 Voyces: Hark, all ye lovely saints above.
All Cambridge Singers, John Rutter Movies & TV DVDs Blu-ray VHS Music CDs Vinyl Artists Song Titles Gifts & Collectibles Books Magazines Electronics. by Cambridge Singers, John Rutter. Thomas Morely transplanted the form into England in the 1590s; this marked the beginning of the brief but brilliant flowering of the English madrigal. Between the 1590s and the early 1620s, twenty composers published a total of 36 books of madrigals, after which the form virtually disappeared.
Cambridge Singers is an English mixed voice chamber choir formed in 1981 by their director John Rutter with the primary purpose of making recordings under their own label Collegium Records. The group initially comprised former singers from the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, where Rutter had previously been the music director