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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Second set of madrigals.
London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music, ©1960
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
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|Notes:||Includes piano reduction.
For a list of contents cf. Grove, 5th ed.
|Description:||1 score (xvi, 183 pages) : facsimiles ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Songs of three parts: Love is the fire. My Mistress after service due. One woman scarce of twenty. If I seek to enjoy. Pleasure is a wanton thing. Sweet, those trammels of your hair.--Songs of four parts: Live not, poor bloom. The nightingale in silent night. O what is she? See forth her eyes. When to the gloomy woods. If floods of tears.--Songs of five parts: Have I found her? Down the hills Corinna trips. Camilla fair tripped o'er the plain. Sadness, sit down. Life of my life. I heard a noise. With bitter sighs. Why do I, dying, live? In depth of grief. All the day I waste. Why dost thou fly? Come, Sorrow, help me to lament.--Songs of six parts: Cupid in a bed of roses. Cytherea smiling said. Her hair the net of golden wire. Fond love is blind. Ah, Cupid, grant. She with a cruel frown.|
|Series Title:||English madrigalists, 22.|
|Responsibility:||Thomas Bateson ; edited by Edmund H. Fellowes ; rev. by Thurston Dart.|