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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Lawes; Gordon J Callon
|Language Note:||English words; also printed as text on p. xxvi-xxxvi.|
|Notes:||Continuo acc., probably lute or theorbo.
Biographical and historical notes on p. ix-xxv; critical notes on p. 71-83.
Appendix includes doubtful, lost, and wrongly attributed works.
|Description:||1 score (xxxvi, 91 pages) ; 31 cm.|
|Contents:||Songs from the autograph songbook. Now in the sad declension of thy time ; Virgins as I advise forbear ; Dost see how unregarded now ; If you a wrinkle on the sea have seen [fragment] ; Ask me no more where love bestows ; Oh, think not Phoebe ; Up ladies up ; Faith, be no longer coy ; Cupid's weary of the court ; It is her voice ; Where did you borrow that last sigh ; Why should great beauty ; Pleasures, beauty, youth attend ye ; Whiles I this standing lake ; To whom shall I complain ; Had you but heard her sing ; Farewell fair saint ; Love's a child ; Early in the morn ; Thou that excellest ; Perfect and endless circles are ; Can beauty's spring ; Tell me no more ; God of winds ; I would the god of love would die ; Ah, cruel love ; He that will not love : persuasions not to love ; I burn, I burn : to the Dews ; White though ye be : on the Lilies ; Gather ye rosebuds ; I'm sick of love : to the Sycamore ; Lovers, rejoice ; That flame is born of earthly fire ; Dearest, all fair ; Be not proud, pretty one ; Love, I obey ; Oh, draw your curtains and appear ; O love, are all those arrows gone ; Ye fiends and furies ; Hence flatt'ring hopes ; Stay, Phoebus, stay ; Cloris, I wish that envy were as just ; Doris, see the am'rous flame ; Those lovers only happy are ; Amarilis tear thy hair --
Songs from other sources. Why so pale and wan ; No, no, fair heretic ; Come, shepherds, come ; Fair as unshaded light ; Hark, hark how in ev'ry grove ; I can love for an hour : be not proud, pretty one ; I keep my horse, I keep my whore : the cutpurse song ; O my Clarissa ; Somnus, the 'umble god ; Still to be neat, still to be dressed ; Sullen care, why dost thou keep ; We show no monstrous crocodile ; When I by thy fair shape --
Doubtful, lost, and wrongly attributed works. Clorinda, when I go away ; Suppose her fair; suppose I know't.
|Series Title:||Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era, v. 120.|
|Responsibility:||William Lawes ; edited by Gordon J. Callon.|