Lute Song meets
Tone Painting
Thursday 3 Nov, 7pm
Hotel InterContinental

Thursday, 3 November
Intercontinental Phnom Penh

7 pm - Lute Song meets Tone Painting



Thomas Campi (1567-1620)
Come away
Faine would I wed a Faire Y. Man

John Dowland (1562-1626)
Flow my tears
Can she excuse my wrongs?
Come, heavy sleep
Fine knacks for Ladies
Wilt thou, unkind , thus reave me?

Robert Johnson (1583-1633)
Hark, Hark! The Lark
Where the Bee Sucks
Full Fathom Five
Woods, rocks, and mountains

Robert Jones (1577-1617)
Farewell, dear love

Thomas Morley (1557-1602)
It was a lover and his lass
April is in my Mistress 'Face
Mistress mine

John Wilson(1595-1674)
Take, o take those lips away


Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Nocturnal Op 70 (Tone Painting for guitar)
after John Dowland's lutesong 'Come, heavy Sleep'


Ann-Christin Edblad - Vocal
Anders Delin – Lute
Pongpat Pongpradit - Guitar


Ticketing/ticket prices

Lute Song meets Tone Painting (180seats)
USD 12 any time before the day of the concert
USD 15 on the concert day
USD 3  students and kids before or on concert day


The lute song was a generic form of music in the late Renaissance and very early Baroque eras.
A singer usually accompanied himself on the lute, though lute songs may also often have been performed by a singer and a separate lutenist. The lute song flourished in England during the Elizabethan era. Songs were also performed in plays and dramas through court performances and in London’s street theater scene. Tone Painting (also Word Painting) is the musical technique of writing music that reflects the literal meaning of a song.