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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603?
First book of madrigals to four voices.
London, Stainer and Bell, 1913
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
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|Notes:||With reproduction of original title pages.
Includes piano reduction.
|Description:||2 preliminary leaves, 124 pages, 1 leaf 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Madrigals: 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: My heart why hast thou taken? Still it frieth.|