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Author: Peter Warlock; Philip Wilson
Publisher: [London] Oxford University Press [©1927-31]
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English ayres.
[London] Oxford University Press [c1927-31]
(OCoLC)755063984
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Warlock; Philip Wilson
OCLC Number: 3109433
Notes: Biographical information on composers in pref.
Description: 1 score (6 v.) 26 cm.
Contents: Vol. 1: Love's God is a boy / Robert Jones --
Love me or not / Thomas Campion --
Flora / Thomas Greaves --
I saw my lady weep / John Dowland --
Love is not blind / Michael Cavendish --
Now what is love? / Robert Jones --
Though far from joy / Philip Rosseter --
Coy Daphne / John Danyel --
Shall a frown or angry eye? / William Corkine --
Willow, willow / Anonymous --
Did ever man thus love as I? / Robert Jones --
In darkness let me dwell / John Dowland --
When Laura smiles / Philip Rosseter --
Lady, if you so spite me / John Dowland --
My love is neither young nor old / Robert Jones --
Ay me, that love / Philip Rosseter --
I die whenas I do not see her / John Danyel --
What then is love but mourning? / Philip Rosseter --
The heart to rue / Michael Cavendish --
Sweet, if you life and love me still / Robert Jones --
Go to bed, sweet muse / Robert Jones. Vol. 2: Love is a pretty frenzy ; Soft, cupid, soft ; As I the silly fish deceive ; Walking by a river side ; Joy in thy hope ; There was a shepherd that did live ; The sea hath many thousand sands ; Once did my thoughts both e♭b and flow ; I am so far from pitying thee ; There was a wily lad ; My father fain would have me take ; All my sense thy sweetness gained / Robert Jones --
Shall I seek to ease my grief? ; Come, my Celia ; Unconstant love ; I am a lover, yet was never loved ; Fain I would, but O I dare not ; O eyes, O mortal stars! ; Like hermit poor ; So, so leave off this last lamenting kiss / Alfonso Ferrabosco. Vol. 3: What if I sped where I least expected? / Robert Jones --
Tobacco / Tobias Hume --
Her rosy cheeks / Thomas Campion --
Love, the delight of all well-thinking minds / Michael Cavendish --
My love bound me with a kiss / Robert Jones --
Celestina / Thomas Greaves --
Sweet, let me go / William Corkine --
Time stands still / John Dowland --
If she forsake me / Philip Rosseter --
Fair women like fair jewels are / Robert Jones --
I care not for these ladies / Thomas Campion --
Why canst thou not as others do? / John Danyel --
Change thy mind / Richard Martin --
Beauty sat bathing by a spring / Robert Jones --
Behold a wonder here / John Dowland --
Shall I come, sweet love, to thee? / Thomas Campion --
Stay, cruel, stay / John Danyel --
Dreams and imaginations / Robert Jones --
Fair, if you expect admiring / Thomas Campion --
Shall I come if I swim? / Philip Rosseter --
Fie, what a coil is here! / Robert Jones. Vol 4: In Sherwood lived stout Robin Hood / Robert Jones --
And would you see my mistress' face? / Philip Rosseter --
Fain would I change that note / Tobias Hume --
Lachrimae / John Dowland --
There is a garden in her face / Thomas Campion --
I loathe that I did love ; My little pretty one / Anonymous --
Do not, O do not prize / Robert Jones --
O precious time / Martin Peerson --
Down in a valley / Michael Cavendish --
Thrice toss these oaken ashes in the air / Thomas Campion --
O sweet flower / John cooper --
What is a day? / Philip Rosseter --
Now, Robin, laugh and sing / Martin Peerson --
Whither runneth my sweetheart? / John Bartlet --
Time, cruel time / John Danyel --
Sweet Kate / Robert Jones --
Jack and Joan / Thomas Campion --
Whether men do laugh or weep / Philip Rosseter. Vol 5: Thou pretty bird / John Danyel --
O never to be moved / Thomas Campion --
Beauty sat bathing / William Corkine --
Kind in unkindness / Philip Rosseter --
Sylvia is fair / Michael Cavendish --
Let not Cloris think / John Danyel --
Turn back, you wanton flier / Thomas Campion --
Shall I look to ease my grief? / Robert Jones --
O eyes, leave off your weeping / Robert Hales --
If I hope, I pine / Philip Rosseter --
Maids are simple, some men say / Thomas Campion --
Beauty, stand further / Robert Jones --
Sorrow, stay / John Dowland --Dost thou withdraw thy grace / John Danyel --
Shall then a traitorous kiss / Philip Rosseter --
Curs'd be the time / Michael Cavendish --
Whither runneth my sweet heart? / Robert Jones --
What is beauty but a breath? / Thomas Greaves --
If I could shut the gate against my thoughts / John Danyel --
Follow thy fair sun / Thomas Campion. Vol. 6: When to her lute Corinna sings / Thomas Campion --
Go, weep, sad soul / George Handford --
Daphne / John Dowland --
Your fair looks inflame my desire / Thomas Campion --
Mrs. M.E. Her funeral tears for the death of her husband / John Danyel --
Fire, fire! / Thomas Campion --
Whoso is tied / Robert Jones --
Oft have I sigh'd / Thomas Campion --
Inconstant Laura / Thomas Greaves --
Oh, how my thoughts do beat me / Robert Jones --
Mourn, Marcus, mourn / Michael Cavendish --
So sweet is thy discourse to me / Thomas Campion --
Eyes, look no more / John Danyel --
What if a day or a month or a year ; Ay me! Can love and beauty so conspire ; Tread Juno's steps who list / Anonymous --
To plead my faith / Daniel Batchelar --
At her fair hands / Martin Peerson --
My complaining is but feigning / Robert Jones.
Responsibility: transcribed and edited from the original editions by Peter Warlock [pseud.] and Philip Wilson.

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