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Recordings by The Baltimore Consort on the Dorian label (click on album cover to hear track)

 

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Best of BCBest of the Baltimore Consort. Click on cover to hear an excerpt from "Jenny, Thou Blithest Maid."

Adio EspanaAdío España: Romances, Villancicos, and Improvisations from Spain, c. 1500. Click on cover to hear the final track, "Baila Nena."

Live in Concert Baltimore Consort Live at the Spoleto Festival, Charleston SC. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from Gastoldi's "A Lieta Vita"

“Gut, Wind and Wire” - Instruments of the Baltimore Consort - Dorian

Gut, Wind, and Wire: Instruments of the Balitmore Consort. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from Morley's "Joyne Hands."
Adew Dundee: Early Music of Scotland. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "The Gowans are Gay."
The Mad Buckgoat: Ancient Music of Ireland. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "The Fairy Dance."
The Ladyes Delight: Entertainment Music of Elizabethan England. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "My Lord of Oxenfords Masque."
Tunes from the Attic. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "You Lasses and Lads."
A Trip to Killburn: Playford Tunes and their Ballads. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "All in a Garden Green."
Bright Day Star: Music for the Yuletide Season. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day."
The Art of the Bawdy Song (with the Merry Companions). Click on the cover to hear "Come, Come, Let Us Drink." Note: this disc comes with a Parental Advisory label!
A Baltimore Consort Collection [This boxed set consists of three CDs: On the Banks of Helicon, La Rocque 'n' Roll, and Watkins Ale. The set is no longer available; please purchase the CDs individually]
La Rocque 'n' Roll: Popular Music of Renaissance France. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "Une m'avoit promis."
Watkins Ale: Music of the English Renaissance. Click on the cover to hear an excerpt from "Green Garters."
On the Banks of Helicon: Early Music from Scotland. Click on the cover to an excerpt from "Jockey Loves His Moggy Dearly"