Love Songs for Madrigals and Madriguys

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Madrigals
Studio album by Swingle II
Released 1974
Length ~30 minutes
Label CBS / Columbia
Swingle II chronology
Madrigals...
(1974)
Words and Music
(1974)
The Swingle Singers chronology
Bitter Ending
(1972)
alternative cover / title
Columbia (U.S.) LP release

Madrigals (released in the US as Love Songs for Madrigals and Madriguys) is the debut recording of the London-based a cappella group Swingle II, who were the immediate successors to the Paris-based Swingle Singers although the eight vocalists were all new. Ward Swingle arranged and adapted the music for the new group.

Track listing[edit]

LP side A:

  1. "Il est bel et bon" (Pierre Passereau) – 1:19
  2. "O Let Me Live for True Love" (Thomas Tomkins) – 2:47
  3. "Mein Lieb will mit mir kriegen" (Hans Leo Hassler) – 1:53
  4. "The Silver Swan" (Orlando Gibbons) – 2:52
  5. "Mas vale trocar" (Juan del Encina) – 1:55
  6. "Though Amaryllis Dance" (William Byrd) – 1:49
  7. "Cargado de tantos males" (anon.) – 2:23

LP side B:

  1. "Revecy venir du printemps" (Claude Le Jeune) – 2:04
  2. "Come Again!" (John Dowland) – 1:45
  3. "Je ne saurais ni chanter ni rire" (Mathieu Gascongne) – 1:50
  4. "Mir ist ein feins brauns Maidelein" (Caspar Othmayr) – 2:34
  5. "Bon jour, mon coeur" (Orlande de Lassus) – 2:25
  6. "Pues que me tienes, Miguel" (Francisco Ortega) – 1:49
  7. "Farewell, Dear Love" (Robert Jones) – 2:25

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