Nigel Perrin
Alastair Hume
Alastair Thompson
Anthony Holt
Simon Carrington
Brian Kay
 
The King's Singers
Now is the Month of Maying
Thomas Morley

Four arms, two necks, one wreathing
Thomas Weelkes

Hark, all ye lovely saints above
Thomas Weelkes

Since Robin Hood
Thomas Weelkes

Though Philomela lost her love
Thomas Morley

O wretched man
John Wilbye

Weep, O mine eyes
John Bennet

The nightingale, the organ of delight
Thomas Weelkes

Come sirrah Jack ho!
Thomas Weelkes

Cruel, behold my heavy ending
John Wilbye

Fair Phyllis I saw sitting all alone/td>
John Farmer

Sing we and chant it
Thomas Morley

Oft have I vowed
John Wilbye

All at once well met
Thomas Weelkes

Tan ta ra, cries Mars
Thomas Weelkes

This sweet and merry month of May
William Byrd

Come again
John Dowland

Fine knacks for ladies
John Dowland

 
Fretwork
Michael Chance, countertenor
The Earl of Essex Galliard
John Dowland

Mr Henry Noell his Galliard
John Dowland

Go from my window
Orlando Gibbons

Come to me, grief, for ever
William Byrd

 
Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Philip Ledger
If ye love me
Thomas Tallis

O nata lux
Thomas Tallis

Salvator mundi
Thomas Tallis

Nolo mortem peccatoris
Thomas Morley

Drop, drop, slow tears
Orlando Gibbons

 
Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Sir David Willcocks
Hosanna to the son of David
Orlando Gibbons

Hosanna to the son of David
Thomas Weelkes

Gloria in excelsis Deo
Thomas Weelkes