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The Resource The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618, [by] George Mason and John Earsden. Edited by David Greer. [The XII wonders of the world, 1611, by John Maynard. Edited by Ian Harwood. The first booke of ayres, 1600 by Thomas Morley. Edited by David Greer. The first booke of songs or ayres, 1605 by Francis Pilkington. Edited by David Greer]

The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618, [by] George Mason and John Earsden. Edited by David Greer. [The XII wonders of the world, 1611, by John Maynard. Edited by Ian Harwood. The first booke of ayres, 1600 by Thomas Morley. Edited by David Greer. The first booke of songs or ayres, 1605 by Francis Pilkington. Edited by David Greer]

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The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618
Title
The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618
Statement of responsibility
[by] George Mason and John Earsden. Edited by David Greer. [The XII wonders of the world, 1611, by John Maynard. Edited by Ian Harwood. The first booke of ayres, 1600 by Thomas Morley. Edited by David Greer. The first booke of songs or ayres, 1605 by Francis Pilkington. Edited by David Greer]
Title variation
XII wonders of the world
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
CSJ
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active 1610-1617
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Mason, George
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
full score
LC call number
M2
LC item number
.E64 vol.8
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1937-
  • 1576 or 1577-
  • 1557-1603?
  • -1638
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Greer, David
  • Harwood, Ian
  • Earsden, John
  • Maynard, John
  • Morley, Thomas
  • Pilkington, Francis
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Songs with lute
  • Songs, English
  • Songs with instrumental ensemble
  • Viol and lute music
  • Part songs, English
  • Songs (Medium voice) with lute
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The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618, [by] George Mason and John Earsden. Edited by David Greer. [The XII wonders of the world, 1611, by John Maynard. Edited by Ian Harwood. The first booke of ayres, 1600 by Thomas Morley. Edited by David Greer. The first booke of songs or ayres, 1605 by Francis Pilkington. Edited by David Greer]
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Facsimiles of the editions in the British Museum, the Bodleian Library, or the Folger Shakespeare Library
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The courtier ; The diuine ; The souldiour ; The lawyer ; The physition ; The marchant ; The countrey gentleman ; The batchelar ; The marryed man ; The wife ; The widow ; The maide ; A pauin ; A galliard to the pauin ; A pauin ; A galliard to the pauin before ; Adew ; A pauin [7] / George Mason and John Earsden -- A painted tale ; Thirsis and Milla ; She straight her light ; With my loue ; I saw my ladie weeping ; It was a lover ; Who is it that this darke night ; Mistresse mine ; Can I forget ; Loue winged my hopes ; What if my mistresse ; Come sorrow come ; Faire in a morne ; Absence here thou ; Will ye buy a fine dogge / Thomas Morley -- Now peep, boe peep, thrise happie blest mine eies ; My choice is made, and I desire no change ; Can shee disdaine, can I persist to loue ; Alas faire face, why doth that smoothed brow ; Whether so fast, see how the kindly flowres, perfumes the aire ; Rest sweet nimphes let goulden sleepe, charme your star brighter eies ; Aye mee, shee frownes, my mistresse is offended ; Now let her change and spare not, since she proves false I care not ; Vnderneth a cypris shade, the Queen of Loue sate mourning ; Sound wofull plaints in hills and woods ; You that pine in long desire ; Looke mistresse mine, within this hollow brest ; Clime o hart, clime to thy rest ; Thanks gentle moone for thy obscured light ; I sigh as sure to wear the fruit of the willow tree ; Down a down, thus Phillis sung, by fancie once opressed ; Diaphenia like the dafdowndillie, white as the sunne, faire as the lillie ; Beautie sate bathing by a spring, where fairest shades did hide her ; Musicke dear solace, to my thoughts neglected ; With fragrant flowers we strew the way ; Come, come all you that draw heauens purest breath ; A pauin for the lute and base violl / Francis Pilkington
Dimensions
37 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)17372054
  • (OCoLC)ocm17372054
Label
The ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle, 1618, [by] George Mason and John Earsden. Edited by David Greer. [The XII wonders of the world, 1611, by John Maynard. Edited by Ian Harwood. The first booke of ayres, 1600 by Thomas Morley. Edited by David Greer. The first booke of songs or ayres, 1605 by Francis Pilkington. Edited by David Greer]
Publication
Note
Facsimiles of the editions in the British Museum, the Bodleian Library, or the Folger Shakespeare Library
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
The courtier ; The diuine ; The souldiour ; The lawyer ; The physition ; The marchant ; The countrey gentleman ; The batchelar ; The marryed man ; The wife ; The widow ; The maide ; A pauin ; A galliard to the pauin ; A pauin ; A galliard to the pauin before ; Adew ; A pauin [7] / George Mason and John Earsden -- A painted tale ; Thirsis and Milla ; She straight her light ; With my loue ; I saw my ladie weeping ; It was a lover ; Who is it that this darke night ; Mistresse mine ; Can I forget ; Loue winged my hopes ; What if my mistresse ; Come sorrow come ; Faire in a morne ; Absence here thou ; Will ye buy a fine dogge / Thomas Morley -- Now peep, boe peep, thrise happie blest mine eies ; My choice is made, and I desire no change ; Can shee disdaine, can I persist to loue ; Alas faire face, why doth that smoothed brow ; Whether so fast, see how the kindly flowres, perfumes the aire ; Rest sweet nimphes let goulden sleepe, charme your star brighter eies ; Aye mee, shee frownes, my mistresse is offended ; Now let her change and spare not, since she proves false I care not ; Vnderneth a cypris shade, the Queen of Loue sate mourning ; Sound wofull plaints in hills and woods ; You that pine in long desire ; Looke mistresse mine, within this hollow brest ; Clime o hart, clime to thy rest ; Thanks gentle moone for thy obscured light ; I sigh as sure to wear the fruit of the willow tree ; Down a down, thus Phillis sung, by fancie once opressed ; Diaphenia like the dafdowndillie, white as the sunne, faire as the lillie ; Beautie sate bathing by a spring, where fairest shades did hide her ; Musicke dear solace, to my thoughts neglected ; With fragrant flowers we strew the way ; Come, come all you that draw heauens purest breath ; A pauin for the lute and base violl / Francis Pilkington
Dimensions
37 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)17372054
  • (OCoLC)ocm17372054

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