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Incidental music for Thomas Shadwell's operatic version of Shakespeare's play The Tempest
1674; with Robert Smith
1674; with Matthew Locke

'Four and Twenty Fiddlers' (CDA66667)
Four and Twenty Fiddlers
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Movement 01: The First Musick: Introduction
Movement 02: The First Musick: Galliard
Movement 03: The First Musick: Gavot
Movement 04: The Second Musick: Saraband
Movement 05: The Second Musick: Lilk
Movement 06: The Second Musick: Curtain Tune
Movement 07: The Second Musick: The First Act Tune 'Rustick Air'
Movement 08: The Second Musick: The Second Act Tune 'Minoit'
Movement 09: The Second Musick: The Third Act Tune 'Corant'
Movement 10: The Second Musick: The Fourth Act Tune 'A Martial Jigge'
Movement 11: The Second Musick: The Conclusion 'A Canon 4 in 2'

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Details for CDA66667 track 9
The Second Musick: The Second Act Tune 'Minoit'
Recording date
19 May 1993
Recording venue
St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Martin Compton
Recording engineer
Tony Faulkner
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  1. Four and Twenty Fiddlers (CDA66667)
    Disc 1 Track 9
    Release date: November 1993
    Deletion date: May 2006
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