Jordi Savall, bass viol

Friday, 20 June, 7.30pm

Brampton Bryan Church

£20 adults; £10 young people

'The finesse of his almost whispered tone created an intimacy quite unlike that of other performers' (Guardian)


The work of the intriguing Scottish soldier-musician Captain Tobias Hume is championed by one of the most significant musicians of our own time.  Jordi Savall's recital will be performed without an interval and last around an hour and a quarter.


Brampton Bryan is a small village in north Herefordshire, close to the borders with Shropshire and Wales and midway between Leintwardine and Knighton. The Church of St Barnabas dates from 1656 and is one of only six churches known to have been built in the UK during the Commonwealth period. It replaces an earlier building which was destroyed in the English Civil War during the first siege of Brampton Bryan Castle in 1643.


Musicall Humors

Tobias Hume (c.1569-1645)
A Souldiers March
Captaine Hume’s Pavin



What if a day 



Captaine Hume’s Galliard
My hope is decayed
Loves farewell
Good againe
Harke, harke

A Pavin – Life
The Duke of Holstone’s Almaine
Beccus an Hungarian Lord his delight



Whoope doe me no harme 



A Souldiers Resolution

Lessons for the Lyra-viol
Alfonso Ferrabosco (?1578-1628)



Thomas Ford (d.1648)

Why not here


John Playford (1623-1686)

La Cloche 
Manchester Gamba Book, 1600-60

A Pointe or Preludium
The Lancashire Pipes
The Pigges of Rumsey
Kate of Bardie
The Cup of Tea
A Toye

The Lord Moira’s Set

Dan R. MacDonald

Abergeldie Castle Strathspey 



Regents Rant 



Crabs in the skillet 



Lord Moira's Hornpipe


The programme will be played without an interval

Enquiries / Ymholiadau


01686 207100

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