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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Whythorne; Robert McQuillan
|Notes:||Part-songs for 3 voices (triplex, medius, bassus).
Edited from the partbooks originally published: London : J. Daye, 1571.
Includes prefatory material in English on the composer, his works, the ed., performance instructions, and includes additional verses printed as text.
|Description:||1 score (xiv, 17 pages) ; 30 cm|
|Contents:||If ev'ry one that go'th about --
As many heads have many wits --
When fliering fortune favoureth --
When Cupid had compelled me --
Such as in love would have long joy --
The restless race the young man runs --
Though friends be frail in ev'ry place --
In friends of each state --
Who that for truth decrees --
Thou shalt soon see in each estate --
The happy life as I do take --
He that contemneth injuries --
Beware how sorrows thee oppress --
Whatever hath been in time past.
|Responsibility:||Thomas Whythorne ; edited by Robert McQuillan.|