A Song a Day: Part Three

March 30, 2011 § Leave a comment

Final instalment – Dowland’s Weep you no more, sad fountains


03 Weep ye no more sad fountains


I was in two minds about putting this one up. It was recorded at the end of the day, and exhaustion and a bad cold took their toll (there’s only so much you can do with cough syrup). The weak points in my technique are painfully obvious. Still, I have enough self-confidence to realise it’s prettier than the Naxos recording I have of the same piece. Toby’s playing is beautiful. And I think there’s some emotional value in it.


Anyway! Here’s hoping you find something worth listening to, despite the flaws.

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