A Partial Philip Rosseter Discography

AlbumTitle Subtitle Works Performers Record Label Catalog No
When Laura Smiles Lute Songs and Songs from Elizabethan England by Philip Rosseter 1. Sweet come again; 2. And would you see my Mistress face; 3. A fantasie; 4. No grave for woe; 5. Reprove not love; 6. What then is love but mourning?; 7. Pavan in F minor; 8. Galliard in F minor - Third galliard of the Countess of Sussex; 9. Galliard in F major; 10. Though far from joy; 11. When Laura smiles; 12. Kind in unkindness; 13, Prelude; 14. Pavan in G minor; 15. Galliard in G minor; 16. Almayne; 17. If she forsakes me; 18. Shall I come if I swim?; 19. Whether men do laugh or weep; 20. What heart's content James Gilchrist (ten), Matthew Wadsworth (l) Avie AV2074
'The Sypres Curten of the Night' Elizabethan & Jacobean Lute Songs 1. Never weather-beaten saile (Thomas Campion); 2. Author of light (Thomas Campion); 3. The Sypres Curten of the Night (Thomas Campion); 4. Since first I saw your face (Thomas Ford); 5. Faire, sweet, cruell (Thomas Ford); 6. What then is love sings Coridon (Thomas Ford); 7. Heres paternus (Anthony Holborne); 8. Griefe keepe within (John Danyel); 9. Drop not mine eies (John Danyel); 10. Have all our passions (John Danyel); 11. What then is love but mourning (Philip Rosseter); 12. Shall I come if I swim? (Philip Rosseter); 13. No grave for woe (Philip Rosseter); 14. The night watch (Anthony Holborne); 15. Muy linda (Anthony Holborne); 16. I saw my Lady weepe (John Dowland); 17. Shall I strive with wordes to move? (John Dowland); 18. Sorrow, stay, lend true repentant teares (John Dowland); 19. Can she excuse my wrongs? (John Dowland); 20. Fantasia (Anthony Holborne); 21. Miserere my Maker (Anonymous) Michael Chance (ct), Christopher Wilson (l) Chandos CHAN 0538
Greensleeves A Collection of English Lute Songs 1. When Laura smiles; other works by Dowland, Morley, Campion, Holborne, Cavendish, etc Julianne Baird (s); Ronn McFarlane (l) Dorian DOR-90126
Robin Hood Elizabethan Ballad Settings 1. I Cannot keepe my wyfe at howme (Anon.); 2. Up tails all (Anon.); 3, The Spanish Pavane (Anon.); 4 . Robin Hoode (Mr. Ascue); 5 John com Kisse me now (Anon.); 6, Chromatica Pavana (Philips); 7 Galliard (Philips); 8, Sueit smyling Katie loves me (Anon.) (Scottish); 9 Put on your sark on Monenday (Anon.); 10. Buckinghames branle (Anon.); 11. The Laydie Louthians like (Anon.); 12, La Volta (Byrd); 13, Wolseys Wilde (Byrd); 14, Pavana Bray set by Fr[ancis]. Cutting (Byrd); 15. Galiarda (Byrd); 16, Will yew walke the woods soe wylde (Byrd); 17. My lord willoughbies welcom home (Byrd); 18. Pavin (Rosseter); 19. Galliard (Rosseter); 20. Lusty Gallant (Anon.); 21. [A Ground] (Anon.); 22. Home again, market is done (Anon.); 23. Trenchmore (Anon.); 24. Mall Symes (Anon.) Paul O'Dette (l) Harmonia Mundi HMU 907265
Jane Pickeringe's Lute Book   1. [A Toy] [#33](Anon.); 2. A Toye [#38](Anon.); 3. A Toye [69](Anon.); 4. Almaine by Francis Cuttinge [62](Cutting); 5. A Toye [30] (Anon.); 6. A Toye (Up Tails All)[72] (Anon.); 7. Drawe near me and lowe me [50] (Anon.); 8. A pavin by Rosseters [44] (Rosseter); 9. A galyard by Rosseters [45] (Rosseter); 10. My lord willoughbies welcome home by Mr byrde [68] (Byrd); 11. Myles Symes [46] (Batchelar?); 12. [Coranto][77] (Lespine?); 13. [An Allemande][87] (Anon.); 14. Galliard [93] (Anon.); 15. [A Country Dance][92] (Anon.); 16. Besse Bell [89] (Anon.); 17. Horne-pipe [91] (Anon.); 18. Sarabande [106] (Anon.); 19. de Sarabande [103] (Germain Pinel?); 20. A pavin by mr Johnsonn [36] (John Johnson); 21. A Crananto [Coranto][53] (Anon.); 22. [A Toy] [16] (Anon.); 23. A Toye [32] (Anon.); 24. A Toye [The Friar and the Nun] [73] (Anon.); 25 [A Toye] [49] (Anon.); 26. A pavin by Mr Daniell Bachler [47] (Batchelar); 27. A Galyard by Mr Daniell Bachler [57] (Batchelar); 28. A Fantasia [37] (Rosseter); 29. The Madley [74] (Anon.); 30. Sweet Robyne [35] (Dowland) Jacob Heringman (l) Avie AV0002
Elizabethan Lute Songs and Solos 1. Whether me do laugh or weep; 2. Sweet, come again; 3. What then is love but mourning?; others by Dowland, Cutting, Campion, Morley Frank Patterson (ten), Robert Spencer (l) Philips 6500 282 (LP)
The Golden Age of English Lute Music 1. Almaine; others by John Johnson, Cutting, Dowland, Robert Johnson, Morley, Bulman, Batchelar, Holborne Julian Bream (l) RCA Victor LD 2560 (LP)
O Mistress Mine A Collection of English Lute Songs 1. If she forsake me; 2. No grave for woe; other works by Dowland, Campion, Morley, etc. Frederick Urrey (t); Ronn McFarlane (l) Dorian DOR-90136

Philip Rosseter | IV M: England Through 1635
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