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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilbye, John, 1574-1638.
First set of madrigals to 3, 4, 5, and 6 voices.
London : Stainer and Bell, 1914
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Madrigals; Motets|
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|Notes:||Includes piano reduction for rehearsal only.
With reproductions of original t.p. and dedication.
Includes pref. and notes preceding score: p. iii-xx.
|Description:||1 score (xx, 180 pages) : facsimile ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Songs of three voices. Fly love aloft to heaven ; Away, thou shalt not love me ; Ay me, can every rumour? ; Weep O mine eyes ; Dear pity, how, ah how? ; Ye restless thoughts --
Songs of four voices. What needeth all this travail? ; O fools can you not see? ; Alas, what hope of speeding? ; Lady, when I behold ; Thus saith my Cloris bright ; Adieu sweet Amarillis --
Songs of five voices. Die hapless man ; I fall, O stay me ; And though my love abounding ; I always beg ; Thus love commands ; Lady, your words do spite me ; Alas, what a wretched life ; Unkind, O stay thy flying ; I sung sometimes my thoughts ; Flora gave me fairest flowers --
Songs of six voices. Sweet love, if thou wilt gain ; Lady, when I behold ; When shall my wretched life? ; Of joys and pleasing pains ; My throat is sore ; Cruel behold my heavy ending ; Thou art but young thou sayest ; Why dost thou shoot? --
A madrigal from the "Triumphs of Oriana" : The lady Oriana --
Two motets from Leighton's "Tears and lamentations." I am quite tired with my groans ; O God the rock of my whole strength.
|Series Title:||English madrigal school, vol. 6.|
|Other Titles:||Vocal music.|