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The psalmes of David in meter (1599)

Author: Richard Alison; Ian Harwood; David Greer; John Attey; John Bartlet
Publisher: Menston, Eng., Scolar Press, 1968.
Series: English lute songs (Menston, West Yorkshire), no. 1.
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Alison, Richard, active 1588-1606.
Psalmes of David in meter.
Menston, Eng., Scolar Press, 1968
(OCoLC)634906077
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Songs; Part-songs
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Alison; Ian Harwood; David Greer; John Attey; John Bartlet
OCLC Number: 342232
Notes: For voice (cantus) and lute (in tablature) with altus, tenor, and bassus parts on each opposite page.
Reproduced (original size) from copies in the British Museum.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) 37 cm.
Contents: The psalmes of David in meter. Come holy ghost eternal God --
O Lord of whom I do depend --
Come and let vs now reioice --
We praise thee Godd wee knowledge thee --
All yee works of God the Lord --
My soule doth magnify the Lord --
O Lord, because my harts desire --
What man soeuer be that --
O Lord turne not away thy face --
Ovr Father which in heauen art --
Harke Israell and what I say --
Where righteousness doth say --
The man is blest that hath not bent --
O Lord how are my foes increast --
Lord in thy wrath reproue me not --There is no God as foolish men --
O God my strength and fortitude --
O Lord how joyful is the king --
O God my God, wherefore dost thou --
I lift my hart to thee --
All laud and praise with hart and voice --
The man is blest that carefull is --
Ovr eares haue heard our fathers tell --
The Lord is our defence and ayde --
The mighty God th'eternal hath thus spoke --
O Lord consider my distresse --
Why doest thou tyrant boast abroad --
Send ayd and saue mee from my foes --
Regard O Lord for I complaine --
Let God arise and then his foes --
Saue me O God and that with speede --
Lord giue thy iudgements to the king --
Bee light and glad in God rejoice --
Attend my people to my law --
My soule giue laude vnto the Lord --
My soule praise the Lord --
Whereby all the earth thy greatness may see --
With heart I do accord --
Ye children which do serue the Lord --
Blessed are they that perfect are --
In trouble and in thrall --
I lift mine eies to Sion Hill --
I did in heart rejoice --
Now Israell may say and that truly --
Svch as in God the Lord doe trust --
When that the Lord againe his Sion had forth brought --
Lord to thee I make my mone --
Remember Dauids troubles Lord --
O praise the Lord praise him --
Praise you the Lord for hee is good --
When as we sat in Babylon --
O Lord vpon thee doe I call --
Thee will I laude my God and King --
Praise yee the Lord for it is good --
Giue laud unto the Lord --
Attend my people and giue eare --
Ovr father which in heauen art --
All my beliefe and confidence --
Giue peace in these our daies O Lord --
O Lord in thee is all my trust --
Preserue us Lord by thy deare word --
Help Lord for good and godly men --
The Lord of Gods the Lord --
Lord God of health the hope and stay --
I loue the Lord because my voice / Richard Allison. The first booke of ayres. On a time the amorous Siluy --
The gordian knot which Alexander great --
What is all this world but vaine --
In a groue of trees of mirtle --
Shall I tell you whom I loue --
My dearest and deuinest loue --
Bright starre of beauty, on whose temples sit --
Think not tis I alone that sing her praise --
Ioy my muse, since there is one --
My dayes, my moneths, my yeares --
Madame, for you I little grieue to dye --
Resound my voyce --
Vaine hope adue --
Sweet was the song the virgin sung / John Attey. A booke of ayres. O Lord thy faithfulnesse and prayse --
If euer haplesse woman had a cause --
When from my loue I lookte for loue, and kind affections due --
Who doth behold my mistresse face --
If there be any one whome loue hath wounded --
I heard of late that loue was falne a sleep --
All my wittes hath will inwrapped, all my sence desire --
Goe wailing verse the issue of thy fire --
A pretty ducke, there was that said --
Of all the b[i]rds that I do know Philip my sparrow --
The queene of Paphos Ericine --
I would thou wert not faire, or I were wife --
Vnto a fire transformde from humaine kind --
What thing is loue I pray thee tell --
Fortune loue and time, hath made me happy --
Poets to loue such power ascribes --
Whether runneth my sweet hart --
Tarry tarry are you gone againe --
Sur-chargde with discontent --
The thrush did pipe full cleare --
Then Hesperus on hie brought / John Bartlet.
Series Title: English lute songs (Menston, West Yorkshire), no. 1.
Other Titles: Psalms of David in meter
First book of ayres
Booke of ayres
Responsibility: [by] Richard Alison. Edited by Ian Harwood. [The first booke of ayres (1600) by John Attey. Edited by David Greer. A booke of ayres (1606) by John Bartlet. Edited by David Greer].

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