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Weelkes, Thomas, approximately 1575-1623.
Eight ballets and madrigals, 1598.
New York, Broude Bros. 
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
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|Notes:||With reproduction of the t.p. and dedication of the original edition, London, Thomas Este, 1598.
This collection contains twenty-four compositions, eight being included in each volume. All are for 5 voices except the last which is for 6.
Accompaniment arranged for piano.
|Description:||1 score (3 volumes) 31 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 13. All at once well met, fair ladies --
To shorten winter's sadness --
Sweet love, I will no more abuse thee --
Whilst youthful sports are lasting --
On the plains fairy trains --
Sweetheart, arise --
Give me my heart --
Hark, all ye lovely saints above. v. 14. Say, dainty dames --
Phillis, go take thy pleasure --
In pride of May --
Sing we at pleasure --
Now is the bridals of fair Choralis --
Sing, shepherds, after me --
Welcome, sweet pleasure --
Lady, your eye my love enforced. v. 15. We shepherds sing --
I love, and have my love regarded --
Come, clap thy hands (first part) --
Phillis hath sworn (second part) --
Farewell my joy --
Now is my Cloris fresh as May --
Unto our flocks sweet Corolus --
Cease now delight.
|Other Titles:||Balletts and madrigals, voices (5) (1598)|
|Responsibility:||Ed. by G.E.P. Arkwright.|