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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; Martino Mardersteig; Stamperia Valdonega.
|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.
"Set, designed and printed under the supervision of Martino Mardersteig at the Stamperia Valdonega in Verona, Italy. The type is Bembo. The calligraphy for the scores is by Edith McKeon Abbott and the engraving for the title page is Leo Wyatt. The deluxe edition, limited to 250 copies, is printed on paper manufactured by Cartiera Magnani."--Colophon.
|Description:||161 pages : facsimiles ; 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.|