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Fortune my foe
AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy. Genre Chamber Music Classical. The Art of Melancholy: Songs by John Dowland.
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Fortune my foe - Oxford Reference
Get to Know Us. These musicians also brought with them enormously popular English ballad tunes. These tunes took root in foreign lands and inspired Northern European composers like Sweelinck, Praetorius and Scheidt. This recording by the ensemble Les Witches presents a set of tuneful English ballads in their simplest, harmonized versions. As an added treat the ensemble, Read more comprised of violin, recorder, lute, and harpsichord, improvise on a number of the tunes.
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The greatest composers of the Elizabethan era are presented, including Dowland, Morley, Johnson, and the wonderfully named Nicholas le Strange. Les Witches are superb instrumentalists and their performances are colored with exuberant energy and, when necessary, a touch of melancholy.