Strike the Viol (consort)


This song by Henry Purcell (1659-1695) is from the collection ‘Come ye sons of Art’ (1694), originally for voice and small instrumental ensemble. I have arranged it here for three recorders, four viols, lute and alto solo.  

What if a day

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A beautiful renaissance song, probably by Thomas Campion, arranged for alto voice with two tenor recorders and four viols. Score and parts.

We Three Kings

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  We Three Kings, arranged for three recorders and four viols (with optional percussion). The recorders (tenor, then bass, then treble) each have a virtuosic solo part, representing each of the three kings. Score and parts.

Two medieval carols

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    Two medieval carols: I saw a maiden and Sussex carol arranged as a medley for recorders and viols. Score and parts.

Es ist ein Ros

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The beautiful German carol by Michael Praetorius, arranged for viols and recorders (with optional percussion), leading into the Melchior Vulpius canon on ‘Es ist ein Ros’.   Score and parts

Angelus ad Virginem

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A medieval Christmas carol arranged for recorders and viols, with optional percussion. Score and parts.