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Blow Thy Horne, Hunter - William Cornyshe

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From the English Renaissance composer William Cornyshe comes this nice, little tune for three voices. The song has many verses, but I have chosen here to play six, each using a different combination of instruments. This is one piece where the Susato Kelhorn really shines as a strong bass instrument. This is especially true in the fourth and final verses, where the harmonization is quite close.
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Uploaded: Jun 12, 2010 - 11:48:19 PM
Last Updated: Mar 01, 2011 - 09:39:21 AM Last Played: Mar 30, 2018 - 07:26:57 PM
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michaeljayklein said 2959 days ago (June 13th, 2010)
Well done...
...this was different and most refreshing--thanks for sharing it!
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richard13 said 2959 days ago (June 13th, 2010)
Rock on, rock on, rock on!
Wow. This music's like 500 years out of date -- but it is still wonderful. Nice to know that someone like you still enjoys playing the "oldies" so that someone like me can still enjoy listening. Thanks.
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Ren-Tin-10 said 2958 days ago (June 13th, 2010)
That was cool, too!
Sort of an Amazing Blondel vibe to this one.

Thanks for sharing!

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LonePineMusic said 2958 days ago (June 13th, 2010)
Thanks guys! I really enjoyed playing and recording this music. I've been on sort of a search for good, simple music like this...
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VicDiesel said 2956 days ago (June 16th, 2010)
This piece has of course the renaissance spirit in spades, and your use of instruments is perfect, especially with the kelhorn. I'm starting to think that I need one of those....

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