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Musica Britannica: Consort Songs (XXII - 22)

Musica Britannica: Consort Songs (XXII - 22). Album
 
Title

Musica Britannica: Consort Songs (XXII - 22)

 

Album

Arranged by

Brett

Instrumentation

Voice and ensemble

Publisher Stainer & Bell
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  1. ANONYMOUS Ah, silly poor Joas
  2. ANONYMOUS Alas, alack my heart is woe
  3. ANONYMOUS Born is the Babe
  4. ANONYMOUS Come, Charon, come
  5. ANONYMOUS Come, Holy Ghost
  6. ANONYMOUS Come tread the paths (Guichardo)
  7. ANONYMOUS Complain with tears
  8. ANONYMOUS Cry of London, The
  9. ANONYMOUS Dark is my delight, The
  10. ANONYMOUS Farewell the bliss
  11. ANONYMOUS Hold, lingel, hold
  12. ANONYMOUS How can the tree
  13. ANONYMOUS In paradise
  14. ANONYMOUS In terrors trapp'd
  15. ANONYMOUS Mistrust misdeems amiss
  16. ANONYMOUS My heart doth pant for sorrow
  17. ANONYMOUS My little sweet darling
  18. ANONYMOUS My mind to me
  19. ANONYMOUS O Death, rock me asleep
  20. ANONYMOUS Of all jolly pastimes
  21. ANONYMOUS O Lord of whom I do depend
  22. ANONYMOUS O Lord, turn not away thy face
  23. ANONYMOUS Saint I serve, The
  24. ANONYMOUS Sweet was the song the Virgin sung
  25. ANONYMOUS This merry pleasant Spring
  26. ANONYMOUS What first did break thee
  27. ANONYMOUS What meat eats the Spaniard?
  28. ANONYMOUS When Daphne from fair Phoebus did fly
  29. ANONYMOUS When May is in his prime
  30. ANONYMOUS Without redress
  31. BENNET, John Eliza, her name gives honour
  32. BENNET, John Venus' birds
  33. COBBOLD, William Amids my bale
  34. COBBOLD, William For death of her
  35. COBBOLD, William Haughty hearts, The
  36. COBBOLD, William New fashions
  37. COBBOLD, William Ye mortal wights
  38. COSYN, John Except the Lord the house do make
  39. COSYN, John Lord, to thee I make my moan
  40. COSYN, John Now Israel may say
  41. COSYN, John Yield unto God
  42. DERING, Richard City cries, The *
  43. DERING, Richard Country cries, The *
  44. DOWLAND, John Sorrow, come
  45. FARRANT, Richard Ah, alas, you salt sea gods (Abrodad)
  46. FARRANT, Richard O Jove, from stately throne
  47. GIBBONS, Orlando Cries of London, The
  48. GILES, Nathaniel Cease now, vain thoughts
  49. JOHNSON, Edward Come again
  50. JOHNSON, Edward Eliza is the fairest queen
  51. MANDO, Patrick Like as the day
  52. MUNDY, William Fie, fie, my fate
  53. NICHOLSON, Richard Cuckoo
  54. NICHOLSON, Richard I am not, I, of such belief
  55. NICHOLSON, Richard In a merry May morn
  56. NICHOLSON, Richard Joan, quoth John
  57. NICHOLSON, Richard No more, good herdsman, of thy song
  58. NICHOLSON, Richard Sweet, they say such winter lies in your lips
  59. PARSONS, Robert Enforc'd by love and fear
  60. PARSONS, Robert No grief is like to mine
  61. PARSONS, Robert Pour down, you pow'rs divine
  62. PATTRICK, Nathaniel Climb not too high
  63. PATTRICK, Nathaniel Prepare to die
  64. PATTRICK, Nathaniel Send forth thy sighs
  65. STROGERS, Nicholas A doleful deadly pang
  66. STROGERS, Nicholas Mistrust not truth
  67. STROGERS, Nicholas O heav'nly God
  68. TOMKINS, John O thrice-blessed earthbed
  69. WEELKES, Thomas Cries of London, The
  70. WIGTHORPE, William I am not I of such belief
  71. WIGTHORPE, William Smiths are good fellows
  72. WIGTHORPE, William Were I made juror
  73. WILBYE, John Ne reminiscaris