Dowland – Lachrimae; Lady Clifton’s Spirit; A dream; A fancy
Trad 17th century – Scottish Airs for Lute
Robert De Visee – Suite in A minor for Theorbo
Steven Goss – The Miller’s Tale
In the 17th Century, the lute was one of the most popular instruments across Europe. Its repertoire ranging from the songs of the Scots to stylised French dance suites and the melancholy of the English Jacobean composers. This recital by Sergio Bucheli is a celebration of music traded and shared across borders in a musical conversation across Europe.
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Thanks to Alec Forshaw for his support and use of the Music Room.