(Buying the albums sampled on “Picnic”).
Just time today, perhaps, to continue with the “instruments” bit of the notes on the back cover:
“Buzzing around “A Beginning”, “Wedding Song” and “Bonny Cuckoo” is the soprano crumhorn, a curved relative of the bagpipe chanter [this looks like a sawn off walking stick!]. Featured with the recorder on “Leavetaking” is the sackbut, an early small-bore trombone. Duetting with Shirley on “Searching for Lambs” and “Pleasant and Delightful” is the cornett: a wooden ancestor of the trumpet, with recorder-like finger action. In “Rambleaway” alternate verses are accompanied by cornett and alto crumhorn. The rackett, a wooden pot with a curly pipe on top, introduces “Wedding Song” with the sackbut in a brief tribute to Bob and Ron Copper.”
Startling stuff, what?