Estrella War 2007 Known World Choir song list
Another fun romp through a few centuries of part-song. There are PDFs
and MIDs of each song, plus a zipped file of all songs, available on
the Yahoo! Groups Known World Choir site and at
Alle Psallite Anonymous - rousing 13th Century trio that goes well
with bells and drums. Latin.
O Bone Jesu Originally ascribed to Palestrina, now accorded to Marco
Antonio Ingegneri (1547-1592). Beautiful harmonies in a very
Palestrina-like setting. Latin.
Three Country Dances in One Thomas Ravenscroft (1592-1633). A clever
conceit from Ravenscroft. English.
Now I See Thy Looks Were Feigned Thomas Ford (1580-1648). A
cautionary madrigal that might be at home in Nashville. English.
Follow Me, Sweet Love and Soul's Delight Michael East (1580-1648).
One of the great passive-aggressive love songs. English.
Now Is the Month of Maying Thomas Morley (1557-1603). The omnipresent
school choir tune for your pleasure. Each with his bonny lass, indeed.
Non Nobis Domine Originally ascribed to William Byrd (15391623) but
that is in contention. A simple and moving contrapuntal tune. Latin.
Pase El Agua Anonymous late-15th/early-16th Century. A traditional
tune with a little rhythmic zing. Spanish.
Rehearsals are scheduled Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, all
from noon till 2:00 PM, all at the Music & Dance section of the Arts &
Sunday Performance 2-3 PM immediately following Queens' Tea
Performers will be expected to attend at least two rehearsals to be in
the final performance. We've spread them all over the schedule to make
it as easy as possible for you to fit them in with all your other
Estrella fun. Visit www.estrellawar.org for more information about
locations, times and other fun events.
Contact: Don Harrington / Lazarus Artifex