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Songs of sundry natures : 1589

Author: William Byrd; Edmund H Fellowes; Philip Brett
Publisher: London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., ©1962.
Series: English madrigalists, 15.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Part-songs : English : Rev. ed.View all editions and formats
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Byrd, William, 1539 or 40-1623.
Songs of sundry natures.
London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., ©1962
(OCoLC)681043625
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: William Byrd; Edmund H Fellowes; Philip Brett
OCLC Number: 1033329
Notes: For 3-6 voices; includes piano reduction.
Words also printed as text on p. x-xxii.
Description: 1 score (xxiv, 301 pages) : facsimiles ; 26 cm.
Contents: Lord, in thy rage --
Right blest are they --
Lord, in thy wrath --
O God, which art most merciful --
Lord, hear my prayer --
From depth of sin --
Attend mine humble prayer --
Susanna fair --
The nightingale so pleasant --
When younglings first : the first part ; But when by proof : the second part --
Upon a summer's day : the first part ; Then for a boat : the second part --
The greedy hawk --
Is love a boy? : the first part ; Boy, pity me : the second part --
Wounded I am : the first part ; Yet of us twain : the second part --
From Citheron : the first part ; There careless thoughts : the second part ; If love be just : the third part --
O Lord, my God --
While that the sun --
From Virgin's womb --
Rejoice, rejoice --
An earthly tree --
Cast off all doubtful care --
Weeping full sore --
Penelope that longed --
Compel the hawk to sit --
See those sweet eyes : the first part ; Love would discharge : the second part --
When I was otherwise --
When first by force --
I thought that love had been a boy --
O dear life --
Of gold all burnished : the first part ; Her breath is more sweet : the second part --
Behold how good a thing : the first part ; And as the pleasant morning dew : the second part --
Who made thee Hob? --
And think, ye nymphs? : the first part ; Love is a fit of pleasure : the second part --
If in thine heart --
Unto the hills mine eyes I lift --
Christ rising again : the first part ; Christ is risen again : the second part.
Series Title: English madrigalists, 15.
Other Titles: Songs of sundrie natures
Responsibility: William Byrd ; [edited by Edmund H. Fellowes].

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