Fretwork viol consort (Liam Byrne, Asako Morikawa, Reiko Ichise, Richard Tunnicliffe and Richard Boothby), with lutenist Elizabeth Kenny, celebrate the composer John Dowland (1563-1626).
Dowland's 'Lachrimæ or seaven teares figured in seaven passionate pavans, with divers other pavans, galiards and allemandes, set forth for the lute, viols, or violons, in five parts'
The King of Denmark's Galiard; The Earle of Essex's Galiard'; M John Langton's Pavan; Sir John Souch his Galiard; Captaine Piper his Galiard; Piper's Pavan for lute solo; M Henry Noell his Galiard;
M Giles Hoby his Galiard; Sir Henry Umpton's Funerall; Mrs Nichols Almand; Nicho. Gryffith his Galiard; Fantasia in G for lute solo; M. George Whitehead his Almand; M. Bucton his Galiard; and 'Semper Dowland semper Dolens'.
Adrian Williams's 'Teares to Dreams' (2004)
Dowland's 'Lachrimæ Antiquæ'; 'Lachrimæ Antiquæ Novæ'; 'Lachrimæ Gementes'; 'Lachrimæ Tristes'; 'Lachrimæ Coactæ'; 'Lachrimæ Amantis'; and 'Lachrimæ Veræ'.