Jane Pickeringe’s Lute Book
Title:

Jane Pickeringe’s Lute Book

Artists:

Jacob Heringman, lute

Cat No:

AV0002

Price:

£12.49

Summary:

Jacob Heringman is the foremost lutenist of his generation, “a master of his instrument” according to Classical Guitar magazine. He is the lutenist of choice for leading international musicians, including Barbara Bonney, Michael Chance, and The King’singers. His reputation for seeking out rare and unjustly neglected repertoire is well earned: previous solo recordings include the only solo lute CD devoted to Josquin des Prez. A veteran of the recording studio, Jacob appears on over 50 CDs as soloist, collaborator and ensemble member.

Tracklist:

1. ANONYMOUS [A Toy] (33) (0:31)
2. ANON A Toye (38) (0:23)
3. ANON A Toye (69) (0:28)
4. Francis CUTTING (fl. 1583 – c.1603) Almaine by francis Cuttinge (62) (1:34)
5. ANON A Toye (30) (0:52)
6. ANON A Toye [Up Tails All] (72) (0:40)
7. ANON drawe neare me and lowe me (50) (1:13)
8. Philip ROSSETER (1567/8 – 1623) A Pavin by Rossetters (44) (6:58)
9. ROSSETER A galyerd by Rossesters (45) (2:33)
10. William BYRD (1543 – 1623) / Arranged Francis Cutting? My lord willoughbies welcom home by Mr byrde (68) (2:44)
11. Daniel BACHELER? (1572 – 1619) Mall Symes (46) (7:41)
12. Charles de LESPINE? (fl. c. 1610) [Coranto] (77) (1:33)
13. ANON [An Allemande] (87) (4:05)
14. ANON Galliard (93) (0:55)
15. ANON [A Country Dance] (92) (0:35)
16. ANON Besse Bell (89) (0:49)
17. ANON Horne-pipe (91) (0:50)
18. ANON Sarabande (106) (1:30)
19. Germain PINEL? (fl. 1630. d.1661) de Sarabande (103) (2:40)
20. John JOHNSON (d.1594) A pavin by mr Johnsonn (36) (6:02)
21. ANON A Crananto [Coranto] (53) (1:47)
22. ANON [A Toy] (16) (0:50)
23. ANON A Toye (32) (0:30)
24. ANON A Toye [The Friar and the Nun] (73) (0:53)
25. ANON [A Toy] (49) (1:02)
26. BACHELER A pauin by Mr Daniell Bachler (47) (5:42)
27. BACHELER A Galyard by Mr Daniell Bachler (57) (2:24)
28. ROSSETER A Fantasia (37) (7:59)
29. ANON The Madlay (74) (4:05)
30. John DOWLAND (1563 – 1626) Sweet Robyne (35) (4:42)
Total time: 74:30

Numbers in parentheses refer to the piece numbers in the facsimile of the manuscript, published by Boethius Press, Clarabricken, 1985.

Jacob Heringman, eight-course lute after Venere by Martin Haycock, 1997 (tracks 1-7, 10-11, 20-24, 29-30); ten-course lute by Michael Lowe, 1991 (tracks 8-9, 12-19, 25-28)

Recorded 6 – 8 Feb 2001, National Centre for Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, York, England
Produced, engineered and edited by Adrian Hunter

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