Friday 21 February 2020 7:30PM

The Sixteen; Harry Christophers conductor

Byrd and Dowland

Duration

This concert will be approximately 2 hours in duration, including an interval

£60£50£40£30£18

Priority Bookings made for our 2019/20 Season Spring concerts are subject to an administration fee of £4.00 per booking.

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  • The Sixteen
  • Harry Christophers conductor

Having recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, one of the world’s leading choral groups returns to explore collections by two great Elizabethan composers: Byrd’s Psalmes, Songs and Sonnets (1611) and Dowland’s A Pilgrimes Solace (1612).

  • William Byrd (c.1540-1623)
        • Retire my soul
  • John Dowland (1563-1626)
        • Disdain me still, that I may ever love
  • William Byrd
        • Come woeful Orpheus
  • John Dowland
        • Welcome black night/Cease these false sports
  • William Byrd
        • Come, let us rejoice unto our Lord
        • How vain the toils
        • Arise Lord into thy rest
  • John Dowland
        • Thou mighty God
  • William Byrd
        • Make ye joy to God
        • This day Christ was born
  • Interval
  • William Byrd
        • Sing we merrily
  • John Dowland
        • In darkness let me dwell
  • William Byrd
        • Come jolly swains
  • John Dowland
        • Up merry mates
  • William Byrd
        • Crowned with flowers and lilies
  • John Dowland
        • Sweet stay awhile
  • William Byrd
        • This sweet and merry month of May a4
  • John Dowland
        • Galliard
  • William Byrd
        • Praise our Lord, all ye Gentiles
  • John Dowland
        • Shall I strive with words to move
  • William Byrd
        • Turn our captivity, O Lord

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