The Resource English song, 1600-1675 : facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts, edited with introductions by Elise Bickford Jorgens

English song, 1600-1675 : facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts, edited with introductions by Elise Bickford Jorgens

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English song, 1600-1675 : facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts
Title
English song, 1600-1675
Title remainder
facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts
Statement of responsibility
edited with introductions by Elise Bickford Jorgens
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Subject
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Language
eng
Accompanying matter
  • bibliography
  • other
Cataloging source
DLC
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
full score
LC call number
M2
LC item number
.E65 1986
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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Jorgens, Elise Bickford
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  • Songs with continuo
  • Ayres
  • Songs with lute
  • Songs, English
  • Songs, English
  • Music
  • Ayres
  • Music
  • Songs, English
  • Songs with continuo
  • Songs with lute
Label
English song, 1600-1675 : facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts, edited with introductions by Elise Bickford Jorgens
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Songs
  • Principally for voice and continuo; in part with acc. for lute (tablature)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1 : London, British Library, Add. Ms. 15117. Almaine, Mr. Candishe ; Awake ye wofull weights [= wights] ; O death, rock me asleep ; O heavenly god, O father deare ; O Lord whos grace no lymites comprehende; Mayde by the Coun: of pemb ; Deprofundis psalme; From depth of greife where drowned I ly ; Miserere my maker ; Alack, when I looked back uppon my youth thats paste ; Sleepe wayward thoughts [John Dowland] ; O God geive Ear and do applye to heare me when I praye [William Byrd] ; Thoughe you are younge ; Ut re my fa sol la; By Dyomedes ; Aprill is in my mistres face [Thomas Morley] ; The peaceful westerne winde ; A Dialogue; Come gentle herdman ; If dayntie daphnes lookes ; A Dialogue, Saye fonde love ; Deliver me from myne Enimies ; Come let us sing to god with praise ; O lovinge god and father deere ; An heart thats broken and contrite ; Yield unto god the lord on highe ; In youthelye yeeres ; ... unto my fame a mortall wounde ; If my complaints [John Dowland] ; Treade Junos steps ; Synce my Joyes thoroughe Phillis frownes ; O sacrum conviuium ; Have you seene but a whyte lillie grow ; The poor soule sate sighinge ; My trewe love hath my hart ; I must complaine ; Have I caught my heavenlye Jewell ; O god but god howe dare I name that name; Mr. Birde ; Come my Celia let us prove [Alfonso Ferrabosco, the Younger] ; It was a tyme when Sillye Bees coulde speake [John Dowland] ; [instrumental] ; What yf I seeke for love of thee [Robert Jones] ; Faine would I change that note [Tobias Hume] -- London, British Library, Egerton Ms. 2971. Is love the heighte of all delight ; Thear is a garden in her face [Robert Jones] ; Godmorrowe Phillis where a way ; Syluana following ye game ; Sweet was ye song ye virgin sung ; When as my sweet did give to me a kisse ; The darke is my delight ; [textless music] ; Art thou that she [Thomas Campion] ; Smyling on a holie day ; Are women faire ; Come you wanton leave your smyling ; Drowne not with tears my deerest Love ; Heer's none but onlie I ; Sweet voyces makes ye musik ; This merrie pleasant spring ; Gentlie blowe you sweet westerne winde ; To pleade my faithe ; Hey nony no, Mr. Giles ; Farwell my yoouth and all my yoouthly ioyes ; O bella piu che la stella [Robert Dowland] ; Hence leaden care ; Dolcissimo sospire [Giulio Caccini] ; Ma grideran per me le piagg'i ; Parlera, nel mio uolto ; Crud'Amarilli ; Amarilli mia bella [Giulio Caccini] ; Weepe weepe myne eyes -- London, British Library, Add. Ms. 24665. Sleepe, sleepe, though greife torment ; Ay mee, can loue and beautie ; Come you prettie false eied wanton [Thomas Campion] ; I car not for those ladies [Thomas Campion] ; As on a day Sabina fell a sleepe [Thomas Campion] ; I love a love, that loves not mee ; Flowe my teares [John Dowland] ; Yf my complaintes [John Dowland] ; Doe not, o doe not prize [Robert Jones] ; Beautie sate bathinge [Robert Johnes] ; Goe to bed sweet muse [Robert Jones] ; Shall I look to ease my greife [Robert Jones] ; What if I speed [Robert Jones] ; Cease troubled thoughtes [Robert Jones] ; Scinthia queene of seas and lands [Robert Jones] ; Think'st thou Kate to put mee downe [Robert Jones] ; When will the fountaine of my tears [Robert Jones] ; Flie, flie, flie from the world [Robert Jones] ; Yf I could shutt the gates [John Danyel] ; Whie should wee maides turne wiues ; What if a day or moneth or a yeare [Thomas Campion] ; Come againe, sweet love doth nowe inuite [John Dowland] ; Howe can the tree but waste [William Barley] ; Sleepe wayward thoughts [John Dowland] ; What is a daie, what is a yeare [Philip Rosseter] ; Though you are younge [Thomas Campion] ; Hence leaden care ; Sorrowe, sorrowe staye [John Dowland] ; Neere to a bancke of roses ; Drop, drop, drop, drop not [John Danyel] ; Hold lingell hold ; As att noone Dulcina rested ; Unkinde death, unkinde and cruell fate ; Reste mee heere ; Greive not Tibullus ; O be still be still unquiet thoughtes ; Fy, fy [Robert Jones] ; Susanna faire somtymes assaulted was [William Byrd] ; I am the man that mirthles lives ; Can shee excuse my wronges [John Dowland] ; Mistresse myne well may you fare [Thomas Morley] ; Many desire, but fewe or none deserve ; Sound yee sheppheards ; Is't [Yf] for a grace ;O that my cries were equall ; To plead my faith [Daniell Campion] ; Unto a fly transform'd [John Bartlet] ; Art thou that shee [Thomas Campion] ; Young & simple though I am [Alfonso Ferrabasco, the Younger] ; Phillis was a faire maide ; Sweet muses, Nurses of delights ; Nowe I see thy lookes were fayned [Thomas Ford] ; Wanton away, lett mee sitt in rest ; The darke is my delight ; Ys I freely may discover ; Nowe is the moneth of maying ; Shall I come sweet love to thee [Thomas Campion] ; What thing is love but mourning [Philip Rosseter] ; Wilt thou daunce, & singe ; Silvia, sylvia, drawe neere ; My thred is spun ; Pulchra nuper Rosalina ; When Daphne did from Phoebus flie ; Whie dost thou turne away ; Goe! silly note to ye eares of my deare [Thomas Campion] ; Come o come Melpomine ; When from my love I look't for Love [John Bartlet] ; A thousand kisses wynns my hearte ; From ye hagg * hungrie Golbin ; A Puritane of late, and eke a holy sister ; See that building ; The fairest Nimph the vallies ; Care goe thou away from mee -- London, British Library, Add. Ms. 29481. Sleep wayward thoughtts [John Dowland] ; The man is blest that hath not bent ; O lord consider my distress ; Put me not to rebuke o Lord ; O let us howle ; As life what is soe sweet ; Cupid is Venus onlie joie ; Venus went wandringe Adonis to find ; With my flocks as walked I ; Sweet staie awhile ; How now shepard what menes that ; I would thow werte not faire [John Bartlet] ; Ist for grace or ist for some mislicke ; O bella pen che la stella Diana [Robert Dowland] ; Eyes looke of thers no behouldinge ; If my complaints could passions move [John Dowland] ; Sit and dispaire for hope of good ; Before the sonne had guilde the morne ; Downe afflicted soule ; Heare my praier o god ; What ist you lacke ; Shall I com sweet love to thee [Thomas Campion] ; Have you seene the white lillie flower ; My Mris is in musicke passing skillful ; Milla the glorie of whose bewties raise ; Shall I weepe or shall I singe ; Fly foule soule to some forsaken hill ; Tis late and could [=cold] stir up the fier
  • 1-5. British Library manuscripts -- 6-7. Manuscripts at Oxford -- 8. Edinburgh University Library manuscript -- 9-10. New York Public Library manuscripts -- 11. Miscellaneous manuscripts -- 12. The texts of the songs
Dimensions
32 cm
Extent
1 score (12 volumes)
Isbn
9780824082321
Lccn
86751946
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)13796929
Label
English song, 1600-1675 : facsimiles of twenty-six manuscripts and an edition of the texts, edited with introductions by Elise Bickford Jorgens
Publication
Note
  • Songs
  • Principally for voice and continuo; in part with acc. for lute (tablature)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1 : London, British Library, Add. Ms. 15117. Almaine, Mr. Candishe ; Awake ye wofull weights [= wights] ; O death, rock me asleep ; O heavenly god, O father deare ; O Lord whos grace no lymites comprehende; Mayde by the Coun: of pemb ; Deprofundis psalme; From depth of greife where drowned I ly ; Miserere my maker ; Alack, when I looked back uppon my youth thats paste ; Sleepe wayward thoughts [John Dowland] ; O God geive Ear and do applye to heare me when I praye [William Byrd] ; Thoughe you are younge ; Ut re my fa sol la; By Dyomedes ; Aprill is in my mistres face [Thomas Morley] ; The peaceful westerne winde ; A Dialogue; Come gentle herdman ; If dayntie daphnes lookes ; A Dialogue, Saye fonde love ; Deliver me from myne Enimies ; Come let us sing to god with praise ; O lovinge god and father deere ; An heart thats broken and contrite ; Yield unto god the lord on highe ; In youthelye yeeres ; ... unto my fame a mortall wounde ; If my complaints [John Dowland] ; Treade Junos steps ; Synce my Joyes thoroughe Phillis frownes ; O sacrum conviuium ; Have you seene but a whyte lillie grow ; The poor soule sate sighinge ; My trewe love hath my hart ; I must complaine ; Have I caught my heavenlye Jewell ; O god but god howe dare I name that name; Mr. Birde ; Come my Celia let us prove [Alfonso Ferrabosco, the Younger] ; It was a tyme when Sillye Bees coulde speake [John Dowland] ; [instrumental] ; What yf I seeke for love of thee [Robert Jones] ; Faine would I change that note [Tobias Hume] -- London, British Library, Egerton Ms. 2971. Is love the heighte of all delight ; Thear is a garden in her face [Robert Jones] ; Godmorrowe Phillis where a way ; Syluana following ye game ; Sweet was ye song ye virgin sung ; When as my sweet did give to me a kisse ; The darke is my delight ; [textless music] ; Art thou that she [Thomas Campion] ; Smyling on a holie day ; Are women faire ; Come you wanton leave your smyling ; Drowne not with tears my deerest Love ; Heer's none but onlie I ; Sweet voyces makes ye musik ; This merrie pleasant spring ; Gentlie blowe you sweet westerne winde ; To pleade my faithe ; Hey nony no, Mr. Giles ; Farwell my yoouth and all my yoouthly ioyes ; O bella piu che la stella [Robert Dowland] ; Hence leaden care ; Dolcissimo sospire [Giulio Caccini] ; Ma grideran per me le piagg'i ; Parlera, nel mio uolto ; Crud'Amarilli ; Amarilli mia bella [Giulio Caccini] ; Weepe weepe myne eyes -- London, British Library, Add. Ms. 24665. Sleepe, sleepe, though greife torment ; Ay mee, can loue and beautie ; Come you prettie false eied wanton [Thomas Campion] ; I car not for those ladies [Thomas Campion] ; As on a day Sabina fell a sleepe [Thomas Campion] ; I love a love, that loves not mee ; Flowe my teares [John Dowland] ; Yf my complaintes [John Dowland] ; Doe not, o doe not prize [Robert Jones] ; Beautie sate bathinge [Robert Johnes] ; Goe to bed sweet muse [Robert Jones] ; Shall I look to ease my greife [Robert Jones] ; What if I speed [Robert Jones] ; Cease troubled thoughtes [Robert Jones] ; Scinthia queene of seas and lands [Robert Jones] ; Think'st thou Kate to put mee downe [Robert Jones] ; When will the fountaine of my tears [Robert Jones] ; Flie, flie, flie from the world [Robert Jones] ; Yf I could shutt the gates [John Danyel] ; Whie should wee maides turne wiues ; What if a day or moneth or a yeare [Thomas Campion] ; Come againe, sweet love doth nowe inuite [John Dowland] ; Howe can the tree but waste [William Barley] ; Sleepe wayward thoughts [John Dowland] ; What is a daie, what is a yeare [Philip Rosseter] ; Though you are younge [Thomas Campion] ; Hence leaden care ; Sorrowe, sorrowe staye [John Dowland] ; Neere to a bancke of roses ; Drop, drop, drop, drop not [John Danyel] ; Hold lingell hold ; As att noone Dulcina rested ; Unkinde death, unkinde and cruell fate ; Reste mee heere ; Greive not Tibullus ; O be still be still unquiet thoughtes ; Fy, fy [Robert Jones] ; Susanna faire somtymes assaulted was [William Byrd] ; I am the man that mirthles lives ; Can shee excuse my wronges [John Dowland] ; Mistresse myne well may you fare [Thomas Morley] ; Many desire, but fewe or none deserve ; Sound yee sheppheards ; Is't [Yf] for a grace ;O that my cries were equall ; To plead my faith [Daniell Campion] ; Unto a fly transform'd [John Bartlet] ; Art thou that shee [Thomas Campion] ; Young & simple though I am [Alfonso Ferrabasco, the Younger] ; Phillis was a faire maide ; Sweet muses, Nurses of delights ; Nowe I see thy lookes were fayned [Thomas Ford] ; Wanton away, lett mee sitt in rest ; The darke is my delight ; Ys I freely may discover ; Nowe is the moneth of maying ; Shall I come sweet love to thee [Thomas Campion] ; What thing is love but mourning [Philip Rosseter] ; Wilt thou daunce, & singe ; Silvia, sylvia, drawe neere ; My thred is spun ; Pulchra nuper Rosalina ; When Daphne did from Phoebus flie ; Whie dost thou turne away ; Goe! silly note to ye eares of my deare [Thomas Campion] ; Come o come Melpomine ; When from my love I look't for Love [John Bartlet] ; A thousand kisses wynns my hearte ; From ye hagg * hungrie Golbin ; A Puritane of late, and eke a holy sister ; See that building ; The fairest Nimph the vallies ; Care goe thou away from mee -- London, British Library, Add. Ms. 29481. Sleep wayward thoughtts [John Dowland] ; The man is blest that hath not bent ; O lord consider my distress ; Put me not to rebuke o Lord ; O let us howle ; As life what is soe sweet ; Cupid is Venus onlie joie ; Venus went wandringe Adonis to find ; With my flocks as walked I ; Sweet staie awhile ; How now shepard what menes that ; I would thow werte not faire [John Bartlet] ; Ist for grace or ist for some mislicke ; O bella pen che la stella Diana [Robert Dowland] ; Eyes looke of thers no behouldinge ; If my complaints could passions move [John Dowland] ; Sit and dispaire for hope of good ; Before the sonne had guilde the morne ; Downe afflicted soule ; Heare my praier o god ; What ist you lacke ; Shall I com sweet love to thee [Thomas Campion] ; Have you seene the white lillie flower ; My Mris is in musicke passing skillful ; Milla the glorie of whose bewties raise ; Shall I weepe or shall I singe ; Fly foule soule to some forsaken hill ; Tis late and could [=cold] stir up the fier
  • 1-5. British Library manuscripts -- 6-7. Manuscripts at Oxford -- 8. Edinburgh University Library manuscript -- 9-10. New York Public Library manuscripts -- 11. Miscellaneous manuscripts -- 12. The texts of the songs
Dimensions
32 cm
Extent
1 score (12 volumes)
Isbn
9780824082321
Lccn
86751946
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)13796929

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