Elizabeth C.D. Brown | In Her Honor, Vol. 1

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In Her Honor, Vol. 1

by Elizabeth C.D. Brown

Renaissance lute and baroque guitar music from Princess Elisabeth of Hesse's lutebook, Queen Anne's guitarbook and by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Bransle Gay
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2. Prelude
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3. Landtgraues Alman
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4. Courante
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5. Lachrimae Pavan
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6. Earl of Essex's Galliard
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7. Fuga
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8. Amarilli mia Bella
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9. Finale
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10. Scotch tune [in C Major]
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11. The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Act I - "First Act tune: Jig"
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12. The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Act III - "If love’s a sweet passion"
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13. The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Act III - "Dialogue between Corydon and Mopsa"
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14. Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act V - "Let monarchs fight"
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15. King Arthur, Z. 628: Act. I - "Come if you dare"
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16. King Arthur, Z. 628: Act. II - "How blest are shepherds"
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17. King Arthur, Z. 628: Act. III - "Thou doting fool"
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18. Sefauchi’s farewell, Z. 656
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19. Gavote [Gittar ground a Dance from Dido and Aeneas?]
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20. Scotch tune [in G Major]
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21. King James’s March
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22. May hill
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23. Spanish Jig
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24. Achille et Polixene, LWV 74: Prologue - "Bourée"
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25. Menuet
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26. Trompete
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27. Suite No. 3 in A minor: I. Prelude
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28. Sonata IIa in A Minor: V. Aria affetuoso
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29. Sonata IIa in A Minor: VI. Sarabande
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30. Sonata IIa in A Minor: VII. Gavotte allegro
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31. Suite No. 1 in D minor: VII. Cannaris
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"In Her Honor" explores the music of three extraordinary women from the 17th century: Princess Elisabeth of Hesse, who was educated alongside Heinrich Schütz at the progressive and cosmopolitan court in Kassel; the celebrated French composer Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, raised as a child prodigy in the royal nursery at the court of the great Sun King, Louis XIV; and Queen Anne, the great Stuart monarch who united England and Scotland. This is the premiere recording of many of these works, and represents several years of research in the US, the UK and the Netherlands. Elizabeth has also recorded several video selections from this project, currently posted on YouTube. To see them visit: www.youtube.com/user/ElizabethCDBrown

A specialist in standard classical guitar as well as various early guitars and lutes, Elizabeth C.D. Brown is a very active solo and ensemble performer throughout the Pacific Northwest. Known for her musically passionate performances, she has given solo recitals and performed concertos throughout North America. She has performed in operas by Purcell, Blow, Paisiello, Rossini and Verdi, as well as all of Monteverdi’s surviving operatic works. Elizabeth’s first solo recording, "La Folia de España: Dances for Guitar," features works for baroque, 19th century, and modern guitars, and has been praised for its“...apparently effortless ease.” (Lute News, UK) She is also featured in the recording "Dolce Desio" as a member of the early music trio Le Nuove Musiche, and in the recording "Navidad: Christmas in the New World" with Seattle Pro Musica. An enthusiastic advocate for the guitar and lute, Elizabeth has given numerous outreach performances at schools, senior centers, and community centers for the Seattle Classic Guitar Society and the Early Music Guild, as well as by arrangement while on tour. She is head of the Guitar and Lute program at Pacific Lutheran University and is on the faculty of the Accademia d’Amore (baroque opera workshop). For more information visit: www.ElizabethCDBrown.com

“This woman enjoys her music and her audience can’t help but be swept along with her.”
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