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Wilbye, John, 1574-1638.
Second set of madrigals to 3. 4. 5. and 6 voices.
London : Stainer and Bell, 1914
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
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|Notes:||With reproduction of original t.p. and dedication.
Includes reduction for piano. Originally composed for viols or voices.
|Description:||1 score (xvi, 246 pages) ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Songs to 3 voices : Come shepherd swains. Flourish, ye hillocks. Ah, cruel Amarillis. So light is love. As fair as morn. Oh what shall I do? I live, and yet methinks. There is a jewel --
Songs to 4 voices : When Cloris heard her Amyntas. Happy streams whose trembling fall. Change me, o heavens. Love not me for comely grace. Fly not so swift, my dear. I love alas, yet am not loved. As matchless beauty. Happy, oh happy he --
Songs to 5 voices : Sweet honey sucking bees. Yet sweet, take heed. All pleasure is of this condition. Oft have I vowed. Down in a valley. Hard destinies are love and beauty. Weep, weep, mine eyes. There where I saw. Yet that do live in pleasures. A silly Sylvan --
Songs to 6 voices : O wretched man. Where most my thoughts. Despiteful thus unto myself. Ah cannot sighs nor tears? Draw on, sweet night. Stay, Corydon, thou swain. Softly, o softly drop, mine eyes. Long have I made these hills.
|Series Title:||English madrigal school, v. 7.|
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