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Skeaping, Lucie (director)

Lucie Skeaping (director)

see also Lucie Skeaping (soprano)

Lucie Skeaping presents BBC Radio 3’s long-running series ‘The Early Music Show’. Her varied career has taken her from children’s television and playing in pantomime opposite some of England’s best-loved performers, to concerts and broadcasts with both The City Waites and her klezmer band The Burning Bush. A regular columnist for BBC Music Magazine, her publications include Broadside Ballads (Faber Music, winner MIA award Best Classical Music Publication 2006), the recorder anthology Who gave Thee thy Jolly Red Nose? (Peacock Press) and Let’s Make Tudor Music (Stainer & Bell, runner-up TES Schools Book award). She has researched and performed music for TV and film including The Beggar’s Opera (Jonathan Miller, BBC1), Dickens’ London (Peter Ackroyd, BBC2/ Opus Arte), Early Music (series, BBC4), The Pianist (Roman Polanski), and The History of Britain (Simon Schama, BBC1). Her first reconstructions of Jigs were workshopped by members of the RSC in Stratford, and at Dartington Hall Summer School; The City Waites performed Singing Simpkin at the York Early Music Festival, and London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Albums
'The English Stage Jig' (CDA67754)
The English Stage Jig
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Argeers  Part 8 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
As ye came from Walsingham (Thumpkin/Gentleman 2/Gentleman 1)  First line to Walsingham, Part 4 of The Black Man (Anon)
Black do I cry, will you any of me buy? (The Black Man/Thumpkin)  First line to The Gelding of the Devil, Part 9 of The Black Man (Anon)
Blind Cupid hath made my heart for to bleed (Wife/Simpkin)  First line to The Crost Couple, Part 1 of Singing Simpkin (Kemp)
Cavalilly Man  Part 9 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Ch'ave overcome my voes (Wat/Company)  First line to Upon a Summers Day, Part 10 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Come buy a brush for all your cloathes (Brush/Thumpkin)  First line to Greys Inn Mask, Part 7 of The Black Man (Anon)
Come sweetheart, look not sadly (Gentleman 2/Susan/Gentleman 1)  First line to Prithee love turn to me, Part 3 of The Black Man (Anon)
Good morrow fellow Filcher (Nim/Filcher)  First line to The Friar and the Nun, Part 1 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Greys Inn Mask  Part 7 of The Black Man (Anon)
Grim King of the Ghosts  Part 10 of The Black Man (Anon)
Heartsease  Part 8 of The Black Man (Anon)
I can dance and I can sing (Moll Medlar/Wat)  First line to Stingo – Half Hanekin, Part 6 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
In this same plight, sir, thus disquis'd (Gentleman 1/Thumpkin/Gentleman 2)  First line to Prince Rupert's March, Part 6 of The Black Man (Anon)
Jack a Lent  Part 4 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Jog On  Part 5 of The Black Man (Anon)
Jog on, jog on, my pretty Susan (Thumpkin/Susan/Gentleman 1/Gentleman 2)  First line to Jog On, Part 5 of The Black Man (Anon)
Man, forbear this place (Thumpkin/The Black Man)  First line to Grim King of the Ghosts, Part 10 of The Black Man (Anon)
Now farawel Lungeon, iche may zing (Wat/Filcher/Nim/Moll Medlar/Baby)  First line to Cavalilly Man, Part 9 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
O woe is me (Thumpkin)  First line to Heartsease, Part 8 of The Black Man (Anon)
Oh wo, wo, wo, what zhall chee do? (Wat/Baby)  First line to The Gelding of the Devil, Part 7 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Our sentinel keeps well his standing (Gentleman 1/The Black Man/Gentleman 2/Thumpkin)  First line to Peg a Ramsey, Part 11 of The Black Man (Anon)
Our Taunton den is a dungeon (Wat)  First line to Upon a Summers Day – Kemp's Jig, Part 2 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Peg a Ramsey  Part 11 of The Black Man (Anon)
Prince Rupert's March  Part 6 of The Black Man (Anon)
Prince Rupert's March  Part 2 of Singing Simpkin (Kemp)
Prithee love turn to me  Part 3 of The Black Man (Anon)
Quick let us share (Filcher/Nim)  First line to Jack a Lent, Part 4 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Quoth John to Joan  Part 1 of The Black Man (Anon)
Singing Simpkin (Kemp)
Soldiers fight and Hectors rant on (Moll Medlar)  First line to The Carman's Whistle, Part 5 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Stingo – Half Hanekin  Part 6 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Sweet Susan, remember the words I have said (Thumpkin/Susan)  First line to Quoth John to Joan, Part 1 of The Black Man (Anon)
The Black Man (Anon)
The Bloody Battle at Billingsgate 'The Orange – Hit and Miss' (Anon)
The Carman's Whistle  Part 5 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
The Crost Couple  Part 1 of Singing Simpkin (Kemp)
The Friar and the Nun  Part 1 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
The Gelding of the Devil  Part 9 of The Black Man (Anon)
The Gelding of the Devil  Part 7 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
The Indian Queen  Part 2 of The Black Man (Anon)
The Merry Wooing of Robin and Joan 'Sellengers Round' (Anon)
The rainbow never knew (Filcher/Nim/Wat)  First line to The Friar and the Nun, Part 3 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
There is a Royster at the door (Servant/Simpkin/Wife/Bluster/Old Husband  First line to Prince Rupert's March, Part 2 of Singing Simpkin (Kemp)
Upon a Summers Day  Part 10 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Upon a Summers Day – Kemp's Jig  Part 2 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Walsingham  Part 4 of The Black Man (Anon)
We shall ne're have lucky minuit (Filcher/Nim)  First line to Argeers, Part 8 of The Cheaters Cheated (Jordan)
Y'are well overtaken—wither, sir, so fast? (Gentleman 1/Thumpkin/Gentleman 2)  First line to The Indian Queen, Part 2 of The Black Man (Anon)
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