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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603?
First book of madrigals.
[Londoon] : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., ©1963
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Morley; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart
|Notes:||Includes 2 canzonet for 4 voices: My heart why hast thou taken?; Still it frieth.
Principally for SATB or SSAT; piano reduction for reheasrsal only.
Originally published 1913.
With reproduction of original title page.
Words also printed separately as text, p. iv-ix.
|Description:||1 score (xiv, 124 pages) ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||April is in my mistress' face.--Clorinda false.--Why sit I here complaining?--Since my tears and lamenting.--Help, I fall.--Lady, why grieve you still me?--In dew of roses.--In every place.--Now is the gentle season (the first part)--The fields abroad (the second part)--Come, lovers, follow me.--O no, thou dost but flout me.--I will no more come to thee.--Besides a fountain.--Sport we my lovely treasure (the first part)--O sweet, alas what say you? (the second part)--Hark, jolly shepherds.--Ho who comes here?--Die now my heart.--Say, gentle nymphs.--Round around about a wood.--On a fair morning.--Two canzonets [from Morley's Italian collection]: My heart why hast thou taken? Still it frieth.|
|Series Title:||English madrigalists, 2.|