DUBLINCELTIC AND ART MUSIC

With Ann Heymann, David Douglass,
Molly Quinn, and Tom Zajac

Ireland
The dawning of the day -- Thomas Connellon
The Revelry of the O’Rourkes  --  Turlough Carolan; divisions by Lorenzo Bocchi
Molly Veg Masthore  --  Anonymous
Sir Ulick Burke  --  Carolan
Bonny Portmore  --  Anonymous
Carolan’s Receipt for drinking  --  Carolan
Carolan’s Favourite Jig  --  Carolan

Scotland
O lusty May  --  Anonymous
Alan Waters  --  Anonymous
Begone, sweit night  --  Anonymous
O’re Hils, o’re Mountains  --  Mr. Beck
The reel of Tulloch after David Young

Joy to the person of my love  --  Anonymous
Pentland Hills  --  Anonymous
When she came ben she bobbit  --  Anonymous, set by William McGibbon
The Scottish Huntsup  --  Anonymous, arranged Zajac, Eisenstein

INTERMISSION

Ireland
If floods of teares  --  Thomas Bateson
Mr. Cormake Pavan; Allmane Mr. Cormake Cormacke MacDermott
Calen o custure me  --  Anonymous
Sir John Packington’s Pavan  --  MacDermott
Mr. Dowland’s Midnight  --  John Dowland
Mr. Cormacke’s Allmane  --  MacDermott

England
Harp consort in D on a theme by Cormacke  --  William Lawes
Venus lamenting her lost Adonis  --  Charles Coleman
The Lark  --  Henry Lawes

Harp consort in G minor  --  William Lawes
           Alman – Corant – Corant – Saraband
Chacony  --  Robert Eisenstein
No more shall meads be deck’d with flow’rs  --  Nicholas Lanier
Gather ye rosebuds  --  William Lawes