Songs by Henry Lawes : How the Rose First Grew Red David Munderloh, Julian Behr & Silvia Tecardi

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
19.02.2020

Label: Passacaille

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Henry Lawes (1595 - 1662):
  • 1Amarillis by a Spring01:28
  • 2I'll Tell You How the Rose Did First Grow Red01:12
  • John Wilson (b. 1972):
  • 3Prelude No. 9 in C Minor00:58
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 4In Celia's Face a Question Did Arise01:33
  • 5Dear, Turn Away Thine Eyes so Bright00:57
  • 6Come, Cloris, Hie We to Thy Bow'r01:19
  • John Wilson:
  • 7Prelude No. 11 in D Minor01:48
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 8Slide Soft, Ye Silver Floods01:51
  • 9Sweet Lady and Sole Mistress of my Love01:23
  • 10A Willow Gardland01:13
  • John Wilson:
  • 11Prelude No. 8 in C Major01:09
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 12Sabrina01:10
  • 13How Cool and Temp'rate I Am Grown01:46
  • 14Sweet Death, Come Visit My Sick Heart02:02
  • William Lawes (1602 - 1645):
  • 15Almain02:10
  • 16Courant 101:19
  • 17Courant 201:35
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 18Hither We Come into this World of Woe01:26
  • John Wilson:
  • 19Prelude No. 13 in G Minor01:22
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 20I Burn03:45
  • 21Did I Once SayThat Thou Wert Fair01:33
  • 22Hence, Vain Intruder01:16
  • John Wilson:
  • 23Prelude No. 7 in C Minor00:42
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 24Sorrow, in Vain Why Dost Thou Seek to Tempt02:41
  • 25Prelude No. 3 in A Minor02:33
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 26Keep on Your Vail and Hide Your Eye02:14
  • 27Oh, Let Me Still and Silent Lie02:57
  • 28I Rise and Grieve04:00
  • William Lawes:
  • 29Allemande for the Viol03:35
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 30Unto the Soundless Vaults of Hell Below01:44
  • 31Pale Ink, Thou Art Not Black Enough of Hue01:33
  • John Wilson:
  • 32Prelude No. 20 in B-Flat Major01:56
  • Henry Lawes:
  • 33My Wand'ring Thoughts Have Travelled 'Round02:10
  • Total Runtime01:00:20

Info for Songs by Henry Lawes : How the Rose First Grew Red



The early English Baroque composers Henry Lawes (1595-1662) and John Wilson (1595-1674) were friends and colleagues in Oxford; both were members of King's Musick and employed at the Chapel Royal, where they worked in the immediate vicinity of King Charles I. Under the atmospheric title 'How the rose did first grow red' songs by Lawes and lute works by Wilson are presented here. American born Swiss tenor David Munderloh completed three years as a Fulbright Fellow earning a Masters Diploma in early music performance and theory at the renowned Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. David Munderloh has studied with Hans-Joachim Beyer (Leipzig) and Gerd Türk (Basel). Invaluable has been his close work with Anthony Rooley; work which continues to guide his interpretation of English Lute Songs. Julian Behr first earned a degree in classical guitar and lute with Prof. Dr. Mario Sicca and Robert Barto at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart. After graduate studies in lute with Joachim Held at the Hamburg Conservatory, Julian studied early music and lute instruments at the Schola Cantorum in Basel with Hopkinson Smith. He has performed in festivals in nearly every European country and in South America. Silvia Tecardi is an expert on viol as well as historical performance practices. She regularly collaborates with Baroque chamber ensembles, and has worked on several critically acclaimed albums.

Silvia Tecardi, viola da gamba
Julian Behr, lute
David Munderloh, tenor



David Munderloh
American born Swiss tenor David Munderloh completed three years as a Fulbright Fellow earning a Masters Diploma in early music performance and theory at the renowned Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. David Munderloh has studied with Hans-Joachim Beyer (Leipzig) and Gerd Türk (Basel). Invaluable has been his close work with Anthony Rooley; work which continues to guide his interpretation of English Lute Songs.

The sought after tenor is regularly called upon for his dramatic interpretations of the major Cantata and Oratorio works, the Handel Oratorio roles holding a central position in his repertoire. Mr. Munderloh has appeared in concert and on recordings with, among others, “Hesperion XXI” and “Le Concert des Nations” (Jordi Savall), “Collegium Vocale Gent” (Philippe Herreweghe), and the Ricercar Consort (Philippe Pierlot); “The Harp Consort” (Andrew Lawrence-King), Le Poème Harmonique (Vincent Dumestre) , "American Bach Soloists" (Jeffrey Thomas), the "J.S. Bachstiftung" (Rudolf Lutz); and with the Baroque orchestras "Capriccio Basel," "Die Freitags Akademie," and “B-Rock Orchestra".

As a member of Chanticleer (Grammy award - 2000), David Munderloh appeared with many renown Orchestras - St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (Christopher Hogwood and Hugh Wolff), San Francisco Symphony Orchesta and the New York Philharmonic (Emil de Cou), and has sung concerts in some of the world's most renown venues: The Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.), New York's Lincoln Center, London's Wigmore Hall and the Concertgebauw in Amsterdam.

On stage David Munderloh has received acclaim for his portrayal of the Madwoman in Benjamin Britten's "Curlew River," as Acis as well as Damon in Handel's "Acis and Galatea," Palide in "Oreste" (Handel), Aeneas in "Dido and Aeneas" (Purcell) and as Don Ottavio in "Don Giovanni" (Mozart). Mr. Munderloh has also sung Rameau’s “Pygmalion” (Pygmalion) and “Anacreon” (Bathylle) with L’Orfeo Baroque Orchestra under Michi Gaigg.

Mr. Munderloh’s debut solo CD was released on the ARS label in summer 2014 with lute songs of John Dowland and a second solo CD with songs from Herny Lawes garnered critical praise in July, 2018. Also upcoming in Munderloh’s calendar are recitals and recordings of Benjamin Britten's Canticles due out in the fall of 2020 and a recording of Schubert’s Schöne Müllerin with Joshua Rifkin at the fortepiano.

Julian Behr
absolvierte zunächst ein Studium in klassischer Gitarre und Laute bei Mario Sicca und Robert Barto an der Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart. Nach einem Aufbaustudium bei Joachim Held am Hamburger Konservatorium studierte Julian Behr Alte Musik und Lauteninstrumente an der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel bei Hopkinson Smith. Es erfolgten Auftritte bei Festivals in den meisten Ländern Europas und in Südamerika, so mit der Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, mit Al Ayre Espagnol, B’Rock sowie mit den Altisten Franz Vitzthum und Andreas Scholl, den Sopranistinnen Maria Kristina Kiehr und Miriam Feuersinger. Neben solistischen und kammermusikalischen Projekten ist die Mitwirkung an Barockopern-Produktionen ein Bestandteil seiner Arbeit. Seine Tätigkeit ist dokumentiert auf über 30 CD-Einspielungen.

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