Death hath deprived me

Based on Death hath deprived me by Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623). Poem by John Davies of Hereford

Three voices; guitar; violin; viola; cello

2006 – 6mn

Jody Pou (S), Robert Isaacs (CT), Greg Purnhagen (Bar.) : voices; Oren Fader : Guitar; Calvin Wiersma : violin; Danielle Farina : viola; Chris Gross : cello / From SHSK’H Vol.01 : Igor Ballereau / Recorded at Avatar studios, New York – February 16-17, 2008 by Lawrence Manchester


Death hath deprived me of my dearest friend,
my dearest friend is dead and laid in grave,
in grave he rests until the world shall end
as end must all things have.
All things must have an end that Nature wrought,
must unto dust be brought.