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This recording draws it's inspiration from the "New Country Dances" integral to the social life of the Regency Period, so successfully popularised by the recent television and film versions of the novels of Jane Austen.

This recording was produced by The Pemberley Players, a group of musicians with particular experience of playing music published in the 17th & 18th Centuries who have been brought together by David Fleming-Williams.

They are:
Stephen Fellowes - Flute
Jeanne Mann - Violin
David Fleming-Williams - Violin
Jonathan Cohen - Piano
Isobel Walsby - Cello

The dances are:
The Comical Fellow                           (Thompson 1776)
The Touchstone                                 (Thompson 1780)
The Indian Queen                              
(Dancing Master 1695)
Chestnut, or Dove's Figary                 
(Dancing Master 1651)
My Lord Byron's Maggot                     
(Dancing Master 1701)
Sprigs of Laurel                                (Thompson 1794)
Jack's Maggot                                   
(Dancing Master 1702)
Sellenger's Round                              
(Dancing Master 1652)
The Pleasures of the Town                 (Thompson 1780)

Upon a Summers Day                         (Dancing Master 1651)
(Dancing Master 1701)
Hit and Miss (To the tune of Daphne)  
(Dancing Master 1651)
The Duke of Kent's Waltz                   (Cahusac 1801)
(Dancing Master 1651)
Never Love Thee More                      
(Dancing Master 1686)

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Pride & Prejudice Vol I


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Pride & Prejudice Vol I


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A Selection of Dances Popular in the 18th & 19th Centuries.

Pride and Prejudice Vol I

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