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Collected English lutenist partsongs. I

Author: David GreerMichael CavendishRobert JonesFrancis PilkingtonJohn BartletAll authors
Publisher: London : Stainer and Bell, ©1987.
Series: Musica Britannica, 53.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: David Greer; Michael Cavendish; Robert Jones; Francis Pilkington; John Bartlet; Royal Musical Association.
ISBN: 0852496575 9780852496572
OCLC Number: 18419522
Notes: For 4 voices.
Lute part in tablature and staff notation.
"Published for the Musica Britannica Trust established by the Royal Musical Association."
Words also printed as texts.
Description: 1 score (xxv, 237 p.) : facsims. ; 33 cm.
Contents: 14 ayres in tabletorie (1598) : Wanton, come hither ; Say, shepherds, say ; Fair are those eyes ; Farewell, despair ; Sly thief, if so you will believe / Michael Cavendish --
First booke of songs (1600) : A woman's looks are barbed hooks ; Fond wanton youths make love a god ; She whose matchless beauty staineth ; Once did I love, and yet I live ; Led by a strong desire ; Lie down, poor heart ; Where ling'ring fear ; Hero, care not though they pry ; When love on time and measure ; Sweet, come away, my darling ; Women, what are they ; Farewell, dear love ; O my poor eyes, that sun whose shine ; If fathers knew but how to leave ; Life is a poet's fable ; Sweet Philomel, in groves and deserts ; That heart wherein all sorrows ; What if I seek for love of thee ; My mistress sings no other song ; Perplexed sore am I ; Can modest plain desire / Robert Jones --
First booke of songs (1605) : No peep, bo-peep ; My choice is made ; Can she disdain ; Alas, fair face ; Whither so fast ; Rest, sweet nymphs ; Ay me, she frowns ; Now let her change and spare not ; Underneath a cypress shade ; Sound, woeful plaints ; You that pine in long desire ; Look, mistress mine ; Climb, O heart, climb to thy rest ; Thanks, gentle moon ; I sigh, as sure to wear the fruit ; Down, a-down, thus Phyllis sung ; Diaphenia, like the daffdowndilly ; Beauty sat bathing by a spring ; Music, dear solace to my thoughts ; With fragrant flow'rs we strew the way ; Come, come, all you that draw heav'n's purest breath / Francis Pilkington --
Ultimum vale (1605) : Cease, troubled thoughts ; Cynthia, queen of seas and lands ; Blame not my cheeks ; There is a garden in her face ; Sweet love, mine only treasure ; Think'st thou, Kate, to put me down ; When will the fountain of my tears ; Fly from the world ; Happy he, who, to sweet home retir'd / Robert Jones --
Booke of ayres (1606) ; O Lord, thy faithfulness and praise ; If ever hapless woman had a cause ; When from my love I look'd for love ; Who doth behold my mistress' face ; If there be anyone ; I heard of late ; All my wits hath will enwrapped ; Go, wailing verse ; A pretty duck there was ; Of all the birds that I do know ; The queen of Paphos, Ericine ; I would thou wert not fair ; Unto a fly transform'd ; What thing is love / John Bartlet.
Series Title: Musica Britannica, 53.
Responsibility: edited by David Greer.

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