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The Leuven Dance Book and English Dancing Master

This week we'll listen to a couple releases of dance music published by Petrus Phalesius (Passacaille) and John Playford (Berlin Classics).

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Peter van Heyghen.

This week we’ll listen to a couple releases of dance music published by Petrus Phalesius (Passacaille) and John Playford (Berlin Classics).

Music Heard On This Episode

Petrus Phalesius, arr.: Fantasia
Peter van Heyghen and co. — Premier Livre De Danseries 1571 (Passacaille Records/Forte, 2007)
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Petrus Phalesius, arr.: Fantasia
Peter van Heyghen and co. — Premier Livre De Danseries 1571 (Passacaille Records/Forte, 2007)
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Petrus Phalesius, arr.: Burate gaillarde
Peter van Heyghen and co. — Premier Livre De Danseries 1571 (Passacaille Records/Forte, 2007)
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Petrus Phalesius, arr.: Bransle
Peter van Heyghen and co. — Premier Livre De Danseries 1571 (Passacaille Records/Forte, 2007)
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Petrus Phalesius, arr.: De post/reprise
Peter van Heyghen and co. — Premier Livre De Danseries 1571 (Passacaille Records/Forte, 2007)
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John Playford: All in a Garden Green
Lautten Compagney — Chirping of the Nightingale: Mr. Playford's English Dancing Master (Berlin Classics, 2005)
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John Playford: St. Martin’s-Grim King of the Ghosts
Lautten Compagney — Chirping of the Nightingale: Mr. Playford's English Dancing Master (Berlin Classics, 2005)
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Nicola Matteis : Ground after the Scotch humour
Lautten Compagney — Chirping of the Nightingale: Mr. Playford's English Dancing Master (Berlin Classics, 2005)
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Bernard Gordillo

Bernard Gordillo was born in Managua, Nicaragua, and raised in New Orleans. He holds degrees from Centenary College of Louisiana, the Early Music Institute at Indiana University, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London). Bernard also writes and hosts the Harmonia Early Music Podcast.

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