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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620.
Selected songs of Thomas Campion.
Boston : D. Godine, 1973
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Campion; W H Auden
|ISBN:||0879230363 9780879230364 0879230371 9780879230371|
|Notes:||In part with the music, for voice and lute, "based on music and texts in the editions of Fellowes and Davis."
"The description, speeches, and songs, of the Lords maske" (libretto) : p. 121-135.
|Description:||161 p. : facsims. ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||From songs appended to Sidney's Astrophel and Stella. Canto secundo --
From A book of ayres, part one. My sweetest Lesbia ; I care not for these ladies ; Followe thy faire sunne ; Follow your Saint ; Faire, if you expect admiring ; Your faire lookes enflame ; Harke, al you ladies ; When thou must home --
From Two bookes of ayres. Author of light ; Out of my soules deapth ; To musicke bent is my retyred minde ; Never weather-beaten Saile ; Come, chearfull day ; Seeke the Lord ; Jacke and Jone, they thinke no ill ; All lookes be pale ; Faine would I my love disclose ; The peacefull westerne winde ; Though your strangenesse ; Come, you pretty false-ey'd ; A secret love or two --
From third and fourth booke of ayres. Were my hart as ; So tyr'd are all my thoughts ; Kinde are her answeres ; Breake now my heart and dye! ; Now winter nights enlarge ; Awake, thou spring ; If thou longst so much ; Shall I come, sweet love ; Fire, fire, fire, fire! ; Silly boy, 'tis ful moone yet ; So quicke, so hot ; To his sweet lute ; Love me or not ; Think'st thou to seduce ; Your faire lookes urge my desire ; Faine would I wed --
From Observations in the art of English poesie. Kate can fancy only berdles husbands ; Barnzy stiffly vows that hees no cuckold ; Rose-cheekt Lawra, come ; Just beguiler ; Follow, followe --
From A booke of ayres, part two. No grave for woe ; Shall I come, if I swim ; If I hope, I pine ; Kinde in unkindnesse ; Whether men doe laugh or weepe.
|Responsibility:||selected and prefaced by W.H. Auden ; introd. by John Hollander.|