Amy Elizabeth Wheeler and Jaroslaw Lipski captivate audiences bringing them into close range to enjoy music and poetry of the English renaissance. Their critically acclaimed CD of English lute songs titled What Thing Is Love, has shown unprecedented appeal to audiences with all types of musical tastes and interests.
From Shakespeare’s “The tempest”, this catchy little tune has brilliant lyrics which capture the charm of living right in the heart of mother nature herself. Performed with female vocal and theorbo. Perfect for CD compilations, ad campaigns for natural products. Female Vocals, Classical, Renaissance
Seductive and sexy renaissance song featuring female vocal and theorbo. This engaging track has lyrics which highlight the opposites felt by lovers: hot and cold, truth and deceit, attraction and indifference. Perfect film and TV underscore for scenes involving lovers at odds with one another. Female Vocals, European, European
Gentle and romantic, this track muses on some of the innocent pleasures of the night such as listening to nightingales, making music and even sleeping. Perfect for quiet scenes between lovers or scenes that need the perfect lullaby. Performed by a soothing female vocal and lute. Female Vocals, European, England
From Shakespeare’s “Measure for measure”, this elegant love song is sung by a passionate lover with a burning love who gets nothing in return but a “cold shower”. Excellent female vocal accomapnied by theorbo. Perfect for dramatic and romantic film/TV scenes, scenes from the era. Female Vocals, European, England
Catchy and foot-tapping cute, this little story about a tailor and a mouse has a few unexpected turns and lots of hi diddle diddles that would make even a grump smile. Perfect for CD compilations. Female Vocals, Childrens, Childrens English