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Wondrous Machine/Christopher Stembridge
Wondrous Machine - Christopher Stembridge

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Program and Notes
Wondrous Machine
Early English Keyboard Music on the 1751 Nacchini organ
Ospedaletto, Venice
Christopher Stembridge, organist

Christopher Stembridge plays a collection of rarely-played early music from England. Works by Tallis, Byrd, Bull, Gibbons, Tomkins, Blow, Boyce, Walond and Handel (all the usual suspects) make a delightfully varied program, spanning 200 years of music, from the Renaissance to the Baroque. A 1751 Nacchini organ in Venice provides a wide variety of exotic sounds which enliven these dances, rounds and other works. A beautiful and unusual recording.

Uppon la mi re—Anonymous
Hornepype—Hugh Aston
My Lady Careys dompe—Anonymous
My Lady Wynkfylds rownde—Anonymous
Lucem tuam—John Redford
Voluntarye—Richard Alwood
Ex more docti mistico—Thomas Tallis
Iam Lucis orto sidere—Thomas tallis
A fancie: for my ladye nevell—William Byrd
the Queenes Alman—William Byrd
Eterne rerum conditor—William Blitheman
Gloria tibi trinitas vi—William Blitheman
Salve Regina Misere Cordi—John Bull
Why aske yee?—John Bull
Fancy (Musica Britannica 7)—Orlando Gibbons
Fancy (Musica Britannica 8)—Orlando Gibbons
(Voluntary)—Thomas Tomkins
Vers—John Blow
Voluntary I (Larghetto; Vivace)—William Boyce
Voluntary (Grave; Allegro)—William Walond
Air WWV 267—George Frideric Handel
Chaconne HWV 259—George Frideric Handel

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