Hyperion Records

Artist Hyperion Records
Sirinu
Sara Stowe
Henry Stobart
Matthew Spring
Jon Banks

Sirinu

Sara Stowe studied the piano and harpsichord at The Royal College of Music in London, where she won a scholarship and harpsichord prizes. She studied singing in Italy with the aid of a British Council Award. Sara sings regularly with artists including Matthew Spring, James Wood, The Academy of Ancient Music, The Taverner Consort, Folies Bergères, The Broadside Band, Gemini and Singcircle.

Henry Stobart studied recorder and tuba at the Birmingham School of Music. He played with several ensembles before first travelling to Bolivia where he lived with rural communities and studied their music for several years, developing a special interest in Bolivian music. Besides lecturing widely on Andean music he has written many articles and a PhD at St John's College, Cambridge.

Matthew Spring read music and history at Keele University and at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he completed a D.Phil on the lute. He went on to study the lute at the Royal College of Music and now follows parallel careers as performer and musicologist. Matthew presently lectures at various universities, including London Guildhall University where he held a Leverhulme Research Fellowship.

Jon Banks read music at Exeter College, Oxford, where he also completed a D.Phil on fifteenth-century Italian music. His book The Motet as a Formal Type in Northern Italy, c1500 was recently published by Garland Press. Jon performs with the early music/folk group Dragonsfire, sings professionally in various London choirs and is active as a jazz pianist and guitarist with the electronics group Thumbasket.

Albums
'The Cradle of the Renaissance' (CDA66814)
The Cradle of the Renaissance
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Complete works available for download
ANONYMOUS - RENAISSANCE
Ben venga maggio
Canzon de' pifari dico el Ferrarese
De dos la mer
Io vegio la mia vita io finire
J'ay pris amours
Nam edunt de micis
Per la mya cara
Piva
Regina del cor mio
Scaramella / Io ne tengo
Uccelino, bel uccelino
ALEXANDER AGRICOLA  (?1446-1506)
Cecus non iudicat de coloribus
Helas madame que feraige
FRANCISCUS BOSSINENSIS  (fl1510-1510)
Ricercare XV / Scopri, lingua
MARCHETTO CARA  (c1470-?1525)
Non e tempo d'aspectare
O mia cieca e dura sorte
JOHANNES CORNAGO  (fl c1455-1485)
Yerra con poco saber
LEONARDO GIUSTINIANI  (1387/8-1446)
Aime sospiri
HEINRICH ISAAC  (c1450-1517)
La martinella
ANGELO POLIZIANO  (1454-1494)
Dunque piangiamo
Udite selve
Villana
SERAFINO DE' CIMINELLI DALL' AQUILA  (1466-1500)
Gridan vostri ochi
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Aime sospiri (Giustiniani)
Ben venga maggio (Anon)
Canzon de' pifari dico el Ferrarese (Anon)
Cecus non iudicat de coloribus (Agricola)
De dos la mer (Anon)
Dunque piangiamo (Poliziano)
Gridan vostri ochi (Serafino de' Ciminelli dall' Aquila)
Helas madame que feraige (Agricola)
Io vegio la mia vita io finire (Anon)
J'ay pris amours (Anon)
La martinella (Isaac)
Nam edunt de micis (Anon)
Non e tempo d'aspectare (Cara)
O mia cieca e dura sorte (Cara)
Per la mya cara (Anon)
Piva (Anon)
Regina del cor mio (Anon)
Ricercare XV / Scopri, lingua (Bossinensis/Tromboncino)
Scaramella / Io ne tengo (Anon)
Uccelino, bel uccelino (Anon)
Udite selve (Poliziano/Anon)
Villana (Poliziano/Anon)
Yerra con poco saber (Cornago)
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