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Cancelled: They that in Ships unto the Sea down go: Music for the Mayflower

When
Sunday July 12, 2020 at 14:30
Where
St Mary's Church, Henlow
Tickets
£15 (£10 concessions)
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  1. Lamentation of a Sinner - Richard Allison
  2. The Lord's Prayer - Richard Allison
  3. Tobacco is like love - Tobias Hume
  4. Up merry mates - John Dowland
  5. The Book of Psalmes Englished - Henry Ainsworth
  6. Song from the Masque of Flowers - Anonymous
  7. Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore, from First Booke of Ayres - Thomas Campion
  8. London's Lottery - Anonymous
  9. The Bird's Dance - Anonymous
  10. Row well, ye mariners - Anonymous
  11. Come, sirrah Jack, Ho! - Thomas Weelkes
  12. Rogero, for 2 lutes - John Johnson

A new programme created to mark the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower.
In Autumn 1620, a ship named the Mayflower left England for the New World. This much is well known. What is perhaps less well known is that some of the passengers carried books of music with them.

Our programme aims to recreate the world of the 102 passengers, and of the sailors on board the Mayflower. The title 'They that in Ships unto the Sea down go' comes from the text of Psalm 107 in Henry Ainsworth’s Psalter of 1612, one of the books carried on board the Mayflower by Elder William Brewster.
The programme is made of of psalms, lutesongs and ballads, all taken from books believed to have been in William Brewster's library; music for mariners and merchants; and songs and dances describing tobacco and other wonders of the New World.

The programme includes music by: Richard Allison, Louis Bourgeois, Thomas Campion, John Dowland, Thomas Ford and Tobias Hume.


Venue
St Mary's Church
Church Road
Henlow
Bedfordshire
SG16 6AN
England
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