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Music for Troubled Times: The English Civil War & Siege of York

The Ebor Singers, Paul Gameson

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1
O Lord, Save Thy Servant Charles
William Byrd; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
2:08
2
Psalm 100: All People That On Earth Do Dwell
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
2:46
3
Behold How Good And Joyful A Thing It Is
John Hutchinson; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
2:12
4
Psalm 6: Lord, In Thy Wrath Reprove Me Not
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
4:39
5
O God, The Proud Are Risen Against Me
Thomas Tomkins; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
3:03
6
Psalm 18: O God, My Strength And Fortitude
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
5:10
7
See How Cawood’s Dragon Looks
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
2:03
8
Psalm 67: Have Mercy On Us, Lord
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
3:34
9
O Lord God, The Heathen Are Come Into Thine Inheritance
William Child; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
4:16
10
Psalm 22: O God, My God
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
14:58
11
Music, The Master Of Thy Art Is Dead
William Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
3:16
12
My God, My King, Incline Thine Ear
John Wilson; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
2:18
13
A Funeral Anthem
Henry Lawes; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
4:51
14
How Wretched Is The State
George Jeffreys; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
6:54
15
Sad Pavan: For These Distracted Times
Thomas Tomkins; David Pipe; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
5:05
16
How Doth The City Sit Solitary
Matthew Locke; The Ebor Singers; Paul Gameson
9:26
Total Playing Time    76:39
Drawing on an incredible moment in English history, this release from the Ebor Singers presents vocal works likely to have been performed at York Minster and the court of Charles I while the Royalist city of York was under siege from the Scottish and Parliamentarian armies in 1644. Featuring music by William Byrd, William Lawes, and Thomas Tomkins, Music for Troubled Times is a glimpse into the musical world of the English Civil War as brought to life by the Ebor Singers and Paul Gameson.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Limited Studio Masters

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