The Beggar Boys | Salem's Musick - Songs and Dances of the Puritans

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Salem's Musick - Songs and Dances of the Puritans

by The Beggar Boys

Yes, the Puritans sang and danced. Here there be the broadside ballads and English Country dances of the Mass. Bay Colony artfully sung and performed on recorder, violin, baroque guitar and virginals.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. All in a Garden Green/ The Slip/ The Merry Milkmaids
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6:15 album only
2. New England's Annoyances
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2:32 album only
3. Greensleeves
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4:04 album only
4. Some Meditations Concerning our Honourable Gentlemen and Fellow-
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8:38 album only
5. A Friendly Invitation to a New Plantation
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3:16 album only
6. An Italian Rant/ Newcastle
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4:15 album only
7. Barbara Allen
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5:17 album only
8. Prince Rupert's March/ Argeers/Parson's Farewell
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4:27 album only
9. The Downfall of Piracy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Michael Albert has performed as an oboist with the Maine Music Society and the Portland and Bangor Symphony Orchestras and as a violinist and countertenor with Ecclesia and the Portland Early Music Consort. He is currently a soloist with the Schola Cantorum of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, Maine.

Henry Lebedinsky holds degrees from Bowdoin College and the Longy School of Music, where he earned a Master of Music degree with distinction as a student of Peter Sykes. An active performer on organ, harpsichord, and clavichord, he currently performs with The Wild Rose Ensemble (San Fransisco), Seraphic Fire (Miami), and the trio Tableau.
He also plays bouzouki and mandolin with the groups Nancy Whiskey and the Acme Ceili Band in Charlotte, NC.

Larry Young graduated from Dartmouth College where, majoring in music, he studied violin with Andrew Jennings and Music History with Charles Hamm. He performs a wide variety of repertoire for violin including Colonial American with the duo Poor Richard’s Penny (Poorrichardspenny.com) and maritime with English folksinger John Roberts and guitarist John Rockwell.

The Beggar Boys also play as a Celtic band with North Carolina singer and flute player Kate Minogue. They’re a bit unusual, though. There may not be too many other Celtic groups with baroque oboe and a countertenor.


Larry writes:
I come from more of a folk music background, while Henry and Michael have rigorous conservatory training. Henry has been composing and fiddling since he was seven and Michael performs effortlessly and expressively on about ten different instruments. I’ve always been interested in learning about history through music. When I was a little kid I took card tables and set up a colonial tavern in my bedroom, served my friends water in beer steins and made them sing sea chantys.


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