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Canzonets for two and three voices.

Author: Thomas Morley; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart
Publisher: London, Stainer & Bell; American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., New York [1956]
Series: English madrigalists, 1.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Part-songs : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603?
Canzonets for two and three voices.
London, Stainer & Bell; American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., New York [1956]
(OCoLC)681715993
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Morley; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart
OCLC Number: 908433
Notes: With reproduction of original title-pages.
The poems also printed separately as text, p. iv-vi and ii-vii.
"Nine compositions for strings only are interspersed with the Canzonets in the original edition ... these are not included in the present edition."
Description: vi, 26, vii, 117 p. 26 cm.
Contents: Canzonets to two voices: Go ye, my canzonets. When, lo, by break of morning. Sweet nymph, come to thy lover. I go before, my darling. Miraculous love's wounding. Lo, here another love. Leave now, mine eyes. Fire and lightning from heaven. Flora, wilt thou torment me? In nets of golden wires. O thou that art so cruel. I should for grief and anguish.--Canzonets to three voices: See, mine own sweet jewel. Joy doth so arise. Cruel, you pull away too soon. Lady, those eyes. Hold out, my heart. Good morrow, fair ladies of the May. Whither away so fast? Blow, shepherds, blow. Deep lamenting. Farewell, disdainful. O fly not. Thyrsis, let pity move thee. Now must I die recureless. Lady, If I through grief. Cease, mine eyes. Do you not know? Where art thou, wanton? What ails my darling? Say, dear, will you not have me? Arise, get up, my dear. Love learns by laughing. This love is but a wanton fit. Though Philomela lost her love. Spring-time mantleth every bough. O sleep, fond fancy.
Series Title: English madrigalists, 1.
Other Titles: Canzonets,
Responsibility: [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes.

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