Ed Durbrow, founder of "La Primavera", has studied the lute since the mid 1970s. Among his many teachers were Robert Strizich, Paul Odette and a year with Eugene Dombois at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland in 1979-80.
La Primavera's members vary, but always wear period costumes and play Renaissance music with a bit of Renaissance dancing, often at events with jugglers, magicians and balloon artists, rather than solely musical occasions.
|1||Cease Leaden Slumber Dreaming (Hume)||1 listener|
|2||Dear if you change (Dowland)||1 listener|
|3||Bransle de Malte (Anon)||1 listener|
|4||Wolsey's Wilde (Byrd)||1 listener|
|5||Pastime with good company (Henry the VIII)||1 listener|
|6||When to her lute Corina sings||1 listener|
|7||In Darkness Let me Dwell (Dowland)||1 listener|
|8||Sweet Kate||1 listener|
|9||Pastime with good company||1 listener|
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