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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Byrd; John Morehen
|Notes:||For 3-6 voices.
Words printed as text on p. xiii-xvii.
|Description:||1 score (xxv, 189 pages) : facsimiles ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Songs of three parts. The eagle's force ; Of flattering speech ; In winter cold (Prima pars) ; Whereat an ant (Secunda pars) ; Who looks may leap ; Sing ye to our Lord a new song ; I have been young, but now am old ; In crystal towers --
Songs of four parts. This sweet and merry month of May ; Let not the sluggish sleep ; A feigned friend ; Awake mine eyes ; Come jolly swains ; What is life, or worldly pleasure? ; Fantasia ; Come let us rejoice unto our Lord --
Songs of five parts. Retire my soul, consider thine estate ; Arise Lord into thy rest ; Come woeful Orpheus ; Sing we merrily unto God our strength (Prima pars) ; Blow up the trumpet (Secunda pars) ; Crowned with flowers ; Wedded to will is witless ; Make ye joy to God --
Songs of six parts. Have mercy upon me O God ; Fantasia ; This day Christ was born ; O God that guides the cheerful sun ; Praise our Lord all ye Gentiles ; Turn our captivity, O Lord ; Ah silly soul ; How vain the toils --
Appendix: Lute version of "How vain the toils."
|Responsibility:||edited by John Morehen.|