A Partial John Wilson Discography

AlbumTitle Subtitle Works Performers Record Label Catalog No
The English Lute Song 1. Dear Do Not Your Fair Beauty Wrong?; 2. Turn, Turn, They Beauteous Face; 3. Take, O Take Those Lips Away; other works by Dowland, Johnson, Campion, Ferrabosco, Brewer, Morley, etc Julianne Baird (s); Ronn McFarlane (l) Dorian DOR-90109
Hark! hark! the lark Music for Shakespeare's Company 1. Hark! hark! the lark (attrib. Robert Johnson); 2 Get you hence (attrib. Robert Johnson); 3. The Tempest (attrib. Robert Johnson); 4. Where the bee sucks (Robert Johnson); 5. Full fathom five (Robert Johnson); 6. Tell me, dearest (Robert Johnson); 7. Oh, let us howl (Robert Johnson); 8. Care-charming sleep, (Robert Johnson); 9. Almand in G major (Robert Taylor arr. Thomas Simpson); 10. The Noble Man (Anonymous arr. Johann Schop); 11. Fill See the chariot at hand (Anonymous); 12. Take, O take those lips away (John Wilson); 13. Am, arm! the scouts are come in (Robert Johnson); 14. 'Tis late and cold (Robert Johnson); 15. Come away, Hecate (Robert Johnson); 16. The Witches' Dance (attrib. Robert Johnson); 17. Suite in G minor (Simon Ives); 18. The blushing rose (Anonymous); 19. A bonny, bonny bird I have (John Wilson); 20. This lady ripe and fair (John Atkins); 21. Pavan in G minor (Simon Ives); 22. Why so pale and wan, fond lover? (William Lawes); 23. Hence, all ye vain delights (John Hilton); 24. A health to the northern lass (William Lawes); 25. Suite in C major (Simon Ives); 26. Come, my Daphne, come away (William Lawes); 27. Somnus, the humble god (William Lawes); 28 The cats, as other creatures do (William Lawes); 29. The Wagge (Simon Ives) Catherine Bott, JuliaGooding(sop), Joseph Cornwell (ten), Stephen Carcoe (bar), The Parley of Instruments dir. Peter Holman Hyperion CDA66836
The Singing Club Ravenscroft, Lawes, Purcell, Arne 1. A round of three country dances in one (Thomas Ravenscroft); 2. There were three ravens (Thomas Ravenscroft); 3. Call George again, boys (John Hilton); 4. Drink tonight of the moonshine bright (William Lawes); 5. She weepeth sore in the night (William Lawes); 6. Dainty fine aniseed water (William Lawes ); 7. Where the bee sucks, there suck I (John Wilson); 8. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may (William Lawes); 9. Tis women makes us love, Z 281 (Henry Purcell); 10. Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, Z 273 (Henry Purcell); 11. Inigo Jones (Anon.); 12. Epitaph (Jonathan Battishill); 13. The Singing Club (Thomas Augustine Arne ); 14. Foresters sound the cheerful horn (Henry Bishop); 15. To soften care (Thomas Augustine Arne); 16. To Anacreon in Heaven (John Stafford Smith); 17. Elegy on the death of Mr. Shenstone (Thomas Augustine Arne); 18. Much Ado about Nothing: Sigh no more, ladies (Thomas Augustine Arne); 19. There is a paradise on earth (Robert Lucas Pearsall); 20. O who will o'er the downs so free (Robert Lucas Pearsall); 21. Sweet and Low (Joseph Barnby) The Hilliard Ensemble dir. Paul Hillier Harmonia Mundi HMA 1951153
Florid-Song und Gambenmusik in England um 1610-1660 1. Stay O stay, why dost thou fly me; 2. Beauty which all men admire; others by Hume, Gibbons, Weelkes, Ward, Coperario, Hingston, Campion, Robert Johnson, Locke, Lupo Studio der Frühen Musik; Concentus Musicus, Wien Das Alte Werk SAWT 9472-A (LP)
The Rags of Time 17th C. English lute songs and dances 1. Sweetest love I do not goe (Anon.); 2. Spoken: The Sunne Rising (Donne); 3. Sweet stay a while (H. Lawes); 4. Break of day (W. Corkine); 5. Spoken: The good-morrow (Donne); 6. Wherefore peep'st thou (John Wilson); 7. Lute solo: John come kiss me now (Anon.); 8. Goe and catch a fallinge star (Anon.); 9. Spoken: The Flea (Donne); 10. The Expiration (A. Ferrabosco); 11. Spoken: The Apparition (Donne); 12. Lute solo: The Noble man (Robert Johnson); 13. Wilt thou forgive that sinne (John Hilton); 14. Lute solo: Pavan (Robert Johnson); 15. Spoken: The triple Foole (Donne); 16. Loves Sweet Repose (H. Lawes); 17. Love's Flattery (W. Lawes); 18. Guitar solo: Chaconne in D (F. Corbetta); 19. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may (W. Lawes); 20. The Rose (H. Lawes); 21. Theorbo solo: Prelude in A minor (John Wilson); 22. The Selfe Banished (H. Lawes); 23. Theorbo solo: Prelude in F (John Wilson); 24. Peace, mutt'ring thoughts (John Wilson); 25. Theorbo solo: Prelude in B flat (John Wilson); 26. Have you e'er seen the morning sun (H. Lawes) Paul Hillier (bar); Nigel North (l, theorbo, gtr) Harmonia Mundi HMU 907257

John Wilson  |  IV M: England Through 1635