EARL OF SALISBURY, THE

Latest update on 11/03/2016

Artist: William Byrd
Author: William Byrd
Year: 1612

Pavane from the Parthenia, a collection keyboard pieces written for the marriage of the daughter of king James I. This one was specifically written in memory of Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury who'd died in May 1612.

Covers:

1930:

Rudolph Dolmetsch [on virginal, possibly the oldest recording, for Columbia]

1937:

Leopold Stokowski [with the Philadelphia Orchestra]

1937:

Arnold Dolmetsch [on clavichord]

1942:

New York Philharmonic

1964:

George Gruntz & Klaus Doldinger

1968:

Pentangle [live and in medley with Brentzel Gay and La Rotta]

1968:

John Renbourn

1968:

Soft Machine [in- and outro of A Certain Kind from Soft Machine 1; vocal: Robert Wyatt; that link is still missing on an earlier version of A Certain Kind (It's What I Feel) by The Wilde Flowers ('65), also with Hugh Hopper & Robert Wyatt; nothing was released during their lifetime!]

1988:

Ramsey Lewis

2008:

Steve Hackett [ex Genesis]

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