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Music for the Harpsichord and Virginal

Music for the Harpsichord and Virginal

Recorded in 1961, Stewart Robb’s collection of early to mid seventeenth-century keyboard music comes from the British Isles and continental Europe. He performs on two instruments: one, the commonly-heard harpsichord, and the other the virginal, a word often used to describe plucked keyboard instrument of the 16th and 17th centuries. The selections include both sacred and secular works.

Track Listing

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La Capricciosa - Theme and Thirty-One Variations for Harpsichord Stewart Robb 24:46
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Pavana Stewart Robb 3:40
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Galiarda Stewart Robb 2:09
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Corranto Stewart Robb 0:31
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Alman Stewart Robb 0:38
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Galiarda Stewart Robb 2:48
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Gagliarda Stewart Robb 0:42
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Fugue in G Minor Stewart Robb 3:30
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Air Stewart Robb 1:24
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Sicilienne Stewart Robb 1:04
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