Thursday, May 11, 2017

Saucy Renaissance Madrigal, Fair Phyllis I Saw, performed by Ottawa's Stairwell Carollers - YouTube

Male Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on Summer Lilac looking for Phyllis

In a brand new upload to YouTube, the Stairwell Carollers sing the slightly naughty Renaissance Madrigal, Fair Phyllis I Saw. This one really moves.

Written by John Farmer  c. 1570 – c. 1601, an English Madrigal composer.
Fair Phyllis I saw is on our Renaissance Madrigal CD "Audite Nova" - available HERE.

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Audio: Tom Barnes.  Recorded at St. Barnabas Church - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June 4th, 2016.
Videographers: Luc Nugent. Kolin Casagrande
Editing: Pierre Massie

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About The Stairwell Carollers:

Pierre Massie started our a cappella choir in 1977 while a music student at Ottawa University. The Stairwell Carollers are ranked amongst the best of Ontario choirs winning both the 2010 and 2013 Ontario Music Festival Association competitions. A registered Canadian charity, we also help local charities with our concert, CD and cookbook sales.


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