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Named Person: Henri, roi d'Angleterre et d'Irlande
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond George Siemens
ISBN: 9780866985802 0866985808
OCLC Number: 1085392162
Description: xvi, 176 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Table of Abbreviations and Sigla Acknowledgments Introduction The Lyrics of the Henry VIII Manuscript Benedictus [Isaac] (Incipit) (3v-4r) Fortune esperee [Busnois] (Incipit) (4v-5r) Alles regretz uuidez dema presence [van Ghizeghem / Jean II of Bourbon] (Incipit) (5v-6r) En frolyk weson [Barbireau] (Incipit) (6v-7r) Pastyme with good companye, Henry VIII (14v-15r) Adew mes amours et mon desyre, Cornish (15v-17r) Adew madam et ma mastress, Henry VIII (17v-18r) HElas madam cel que ie metant, Henry VIII (18v-19r) Alas what shall I do for love, Henry VIII (20v-21r) Hey nowe nowe, Kempe (Incipit) (21v) Alone I leffe alone, Cooper (22r) O my hart and o my hart, Henry VIII (22v-23r) Adew adew my hartis lust, Cornish (23v-24r) Aboffe all thynge, Farthing (24v) Downbery down, Daggere (25r) Hey now now, Farthing (25v) In may that lusty sesoun, Farthing (26r) Whoso that wyll hym selff applye, Rysby (27v-28r) The tyme of youthe is to be spent, Henry VIII (28v-29r) The thowghtes within my brest, Farthing (29v-30r) My loue sche morneth for me, Cornish (30v-31r) A the syghes that cum fro my hart, Cornish (32v-33r) With sorowfull syghs and greuos payne, Farthing (33v-34r) Iff I had wytt for to endyght [Unattributed] (34v-35r) Alac alac what shall I do, Henry VIII (35v) Hey nony nony nony nony no [Unattributed] (Incipit) (36r) Grene growith the holy, Henry VIII (37v-38r) Whoso that wyll all feattes optayne, Henry VIII (38v-39r) Blow thi hornne hunter, Cornish (39v-40r) De tous bien plane [van Ghizegehem] (Incipit) (40v-41r) Iay pryse amours [Unattributed] (Incipit) (41v-42r) Adew corage adew, Cornish (42v) Trolly lolly loly lo, Cornish (43v-44r) I love trewly withowt feynyng, Farthing (44v-45r) Yow and I and amyas, Cornish (45v-46r) Ough warder mount [Unattributed] (Incipit) (46v-47r) La season [Compere / Agricola] (Incipit) (47v-48r) If love now reynyd as it hath bene, Henry VIII (48v-49r) Gentyl prince de renom, Henry VIII (Incipit) (49v-50r) Sy fortune mace bien purchase [Unattributed] (50v-51r) Wherto shuld I expresse, Henry VIII (51v-52r) A robyn gentyl robyn, Cornish [Wyatt] (53v-54r) Whilles lyue or breth is in my brest, Cornish (54v-55r) Thow that men do call it dotage, Henry VIII (55v-56r) Departure is my chef payne, Henry VIII (60v) It is to me a ryght gret Ioy, Henry VIII (Incipit) (61r) I haue bene a foster, Cooper (65v-66r) Fare well my Ioy and my swete hart, Cooper (66v-68r) Withowt dyscord, Henry VIII (68v-69r) I am a joly foster [Unattributed] (69v-71r) Though sum saith that yough rulyth me [Henry VIII] (71v-73r) MAdame damours [Unattributed] (73v-74r) Adew adew le company [Unattributed] (74v-75r) Deme the best of euery dowt, Lloyd (79v) Hey troly loly loly [Unattributed] (80r) Taunder Naken, Henry VIII (Incipit) (82v-84r) Whoso that wyll for grace sew, Henry VIII (84v-85r) En vray Amoure, Henry VIII (86v-87r) Let not vs that yongmen be [Unattributed] (87v-88r) Dulcis amica [Prioris] (Incipit) (88v-89r) Lusti yough shuld vs ensue, Henry VIII (94v-97r) Now [Unattributed] (98r) Belle sur tautes [Agricola] (Incipit) (99v-100r) ENglond be glad pluk vp thy lusty hart [Unattributed] (100v-102r) Pray we to god that all may gyde [Unattributed] (103r) ffors solemant, [de Fevin, after Ockeghem] (Incipit) (104v-105r) And I war a maydyn [Unattributed] (106v-107r) Why shall not I [Unattributed] (107v-108r) What remedy what remedy [Unattributed] (108v-110r) Wher be ye [Unattributed] (110v-112r) QUid petis o fily, Pygott (112v-116r) My thought oppressed my mynd in trouble [Unattributed] (116v-120r) Svmwhat musyng [Fayrfax / Woodville] (120v-122r) I loue vnloued suche is myn aduenture [Unattributed] (122v-124r) Hey troly loly lo [Unattributed] (124v-128r) Commentary and Textual Notes Bibliography and Works Cited Index of First Lines
Series Title: Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies, volume 524; Renaissance English Text Society (RETS), volume 39
Other Titles: Lyrics of the Henry the Eighth manuscript
Responsibility: edited by Raymond G. Siemens.
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