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The triumphs of Oriana.

Author: Thomas Morley; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart
Publisher: London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., ©1962.
Series: English madrigalists, .32.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Music
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Triumphes of Oriana.
Triumphs of Oriana.
London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents, Galaxy Music Corp., c1962
(OCoLC)679424070
Named Person: Elizabeth, Queen of England; Elizabeth, Queen of England
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Morley; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart
OCLC Number: 13531482
Notes: Includes piano reduction for rehearsal only.
For contents. Cf. Groves, 5th ed.
24 madrigals for 5-6 voices by various English composers.
"Collection ... made by Morley with the purpose of doing honor to Queen Elizabeth."--Pref.
Includes index.
Words also printed as text: p. xi-xvii.
Description: 1 score (xx, 259 p.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Songs of five voices: East. Hence stars! too dim of light. Norcome. With angel's face. Mundy. Lightly she whipped o'er the dales. Gibbons, E. Long live fair Oriana (Hark did you ever hear?) Bennet. All creatures now. Hilton. Fair Oriana, beauty's queen. Marson. The nymphs and shepherds danced. Carlton. Calm was the air. Holmes. Thus Bonny-boots the birthday. Nicolson. Sing, shepherds all. Tomkins. The fauns and satyrs tripping. Cavendish. Come, gentle swains. Cobbold. With wreaths of rose and laurel. Marley. Arise, awake, awake.--Songs of six voices. Farmer. Fair nymphs I heard one telling. Wilbye. The lady Oriana. Hunt. Hark! did ye ever hear? Weelkes. As Vesta was from Latmos. Milton. Fair Oriana, in the morn. Gibbons, E. Round about her charret. Kirkbye. With angel's face and brightness. Jones. Fair Oriana seeming to wink. Lisley. Fair Cytherea presents her doves. Morley. Hard by a crystal fountain. Johnson. Come, blessed bird.
Series Title: English madrigalists, .32.
Other Titles: Triumphes of Oriana.

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