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''The Flowering of Song'' was performed in the Elizabethan Theatre from October 17-19, 1987. Various lyric songs were performed as part of this performance, including ''The Song of the Flood, Kalenda Maia,'' and ''Lai Markiol.'' Lyric poetry in the vernacular languages of Europe began with the Troubadours of Southern France, creating new musical forms and structures which influenced genres like the romance and the structures.
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''The Flowering of Song'' was performed in the Elizabethan Theatre from October 17-19, 1987. Various lyric songs were performed as part of this show, including ''The Song of the Flood, Kalenda Maia,'' and ''Lai Markiol.'' Lyric poetry in the vernacular languages of Europe began with the Troubadours of Southern France, creating new musical forms and structures which influenced genres like the romance and the structures.
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=== Folger Consort ===
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==== Artistic Directors ====
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* Robert Eisenstein: viol., vielle, and recorder
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* Christopher Kendall: lute, mandora, and harp
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* Scott Reiss: recorders, psaltery, dulcimer, and percussion
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==== Guest Artists ====
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* Peter Becker: baritone
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* Tina Chancey: vielle and other fiddles
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* Laurie Monahan: soprano

Latest revision as of 10:50, 11 October 2019

The Flowering of Song was performed in the Elizabethan Theatre from October 17-19, 1987. Various lyric songs were performed as part of this show, including The Song of the Flood, Kalenda Maia, and Lai Markiol. Lyric poetry in the vernacular languages of Europe began with the Troubadours of Southern France, creating new musical forms and structures which influenced genres like the romance and the structures.

Folger Consort

Artistic Directors

  • Robert Eisenstein: viol., vielle, and recorder
  • Christopher Kendall: lute, mandora, and harp
  • Scott Reiss: recorders, psaltery, dulcimer, and percussion

Guest Artists

  • Peter Becker: baritone
  • Tina Chancey: vielle and other fiddles
  • Laurie Monahan: soprano