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English melodies from the 13th to the 18th century : one hundred songs

Author: Vincent Jackson
Publisher: London : J.M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
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English melodies from the 13th to the 18th century.
London : J.M. Dent & Sons, 1910
(OCoLC)776949106
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Vincent Jackson
OCLC Number: 16449633
Language Note: English words.
Notes: Principally for voice and piano. English words.
Description: 1 score (lii, 209 pages) : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: As I walked forth / Johnson. --
Bacchus Iacchus / Lawes. --
Barbara Allen. --
Blow, blow, thou winter's wind / Arne. --
Blow high, blow low / Dibdin. --
Blow thy horn, Hunter / Cornish. --
Boar's head carol. --
Busy, curious, thirsty fly / Green. --
By a bank as I lay. --
By dimpled brook / Arne. --
Caelia, thy bright angel's face / Lawes. --
Cast your caps and cares away / Wilson. --
Cease, O my sad soul / Purcell. --
Cheer up, my mates / Humfreys. --
Chevy Chase. --
Come, cheer up, my lads / Boyce. --
Come, here's to Robin Hood. --
Come, live with me and be my love. --
Come, my Daphne, come away / Lawes. --
Come o'er the bourn. --
Come, sweet lass / Clarke. --
Cornish May song. --
Dear is my little native vale. --
Down among the dead men. --
Down in a leafy dell. --
Drink to me only with thine eyes / Mellish. --
Dulce domum. --
Fairest isle / Purcell. --
Farewell, if ever fondest prayer / Wesley. --
Fortune my foe / Byrd. --
From Oberon in Fairyland. --
From the fair Lavinian shore / Wilson. --
Gather your rosebuds while you may / Lawes. --
God save the king / Bull. --
Golden slumbers. --
Good-morrow, Gossip Joan. --
Good-morrow, 'tis Saint Valentine's Day. --
Harvest ho / Banister. --
He that loves a rosy cheek / Lawes. --
Here's a health to the Queen. --
Here's a health unto his Majesty / Savile. --
Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen / Linley. --
How can the tree? --
I attempt from love's sickness to fly / Purcell. --
I have waked the winter's nights. --
I pass all my hours / Humfreys. --
I'll sail upon the Dog-star / Purcell. --
In youth, when I did love. --
It was a lover and his lass / Morley. --
It was the frog in the well. --
Knotting song / Purcell. --
Kynge's balade / Henry VIII. --
Lady Frances Nevile's delight. --
Leather bottel. --
Lilli burlero / Purcell. --
Lincolnshire poacher. --
Love is a bauble / Leveridge. --
Love will find out the way. --
Love winged my hope / Jones. --
Mayfair. --
Mark how the blushful morn. --
Merry Milkmaids. --
My mind to me a kingdom is. --
My silks and fine array. --
Now cease my wandering eyes / Dowland. --
Now, o now, I needs must part / Dowland. --
O mistress mine / Byrd. --
O sweet delight / Campion. --
O the sad day / Humfreys. --
Over the mountains and under the waves. --
Peaceful slumbering. --
The phoenix / Humfreys. --
Robin Hood, Robin Hood, said Little John. --
Row well, ye mariners. --
Rule Britannia / Arne. --
Saint George and the dragon. --
Sally in our alley. --
See the chariot at hand here of love, 1615. --
Self-banished / Blow. --
Sellenger's round / Byrd. --
Shall I come, sweet love? / Campion. --
Shepherd saw thou not. --
Since first I saw your face / Ford. --
Spanish lady. --
Sumer is icumen in. --
Take, o take, those lips away / Wilson. --
The hunt is up. --
The spring is coming. --
Then farewell my trim-built wherry / Dibdin. --
There was a jolly miller once. --
There were three ravens. --
Though you are young / Campion. --
Tobacco's but an Indian weed. --
Tom Bowling / Dibdin. --
Trenchmore. --
Vicar of Bray. --
We be soldiers three. --
We be three poor mariners. --
Weep you no more, sad fountains / Dowland. --
Westron Wynde. --
What if a day / Campion. --
When forced from dear Hebe to go / Arne. --
When I survey the world around. --
When Phoebus addrest. --
When the King enjoys his own again. --
Whereto should I express / Henry VIII. --
Ye mariners of England / Calcott. --
Yo, heave ho! --
You gentlemen of England.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction & historical notes by Vincent Jackson ; with decorations by Herbert Cole.

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