This is very nice indeed!
Thank you for making it available here, I have really enjoyed the opportunity to hear your performance. A lovely recording too!
Azalais, our greatest early music fan, will enjoy this as well.
Best wishes, V
PS I have always wondered about this title, and you've inspired me to look it up. This is what I found:
Richard Tarleton, a famous comic actor and teacher of Will Kemp, would be referred to today as a ‘song and dance man’. He was probably the person Shakespeare had in mind as Yorick in the gravedigger’s scene (Hamlet, V. 1). John Dowland (1563-1625), the great English lutenist/composer, has immortalized him further with Tarleton’s Resurrection.
"There are only two things worth aiming for, good music and a clean conscience." Paul Hindemith