English songs, 1625-1660

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Stainer and Bell, 1977 - Music - 211 pages
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Contents

Nicholas Lanier i 5881666
1
Fire fire Lo here I burn Campian
2
No more shall meads be deckd with flowrs Carew
4
Mark how the blushful morn Carew
7
Love and I of late did part
8
Neither sighs nor tears nor mourning
10
Stay silly heart and do not break
11
Recitative
12
O turn away those cruel eyes Stanley
92
Dialogue Carew
93
John Hilton 1 5991657
99
Wilt thou forgive the sin where I begun? Donne
100
Am I despisd because you say Herrick
101
Hang golden sleep upon her eyelids fair
102
If that I for thy sweet sake
104
You meaner beauties of the night Wotton
105

Tell me shepherd dost thou love? Dialogue
22
Robert Ramsey fl 16 161644
25
Go perjurd man and if you eer return Herrick
26
Thou mayst be proud Herrick
27
Dialogue Herrick
28
Alfonso ? Bales d 1635
35
Stephen Mace d 1635
36
John Jenkins 15921678
37
Why sighst thou shepherd? Dialogue Randolph
38
John Wilson 1 5951674
41
The Bloody Brother
44
The Witch
45
Languish and despair my heart
46
Loves Cure
47
Pity of beauty in distress
48
Since love hath in thine and mine eye
50
Awake awake The morn will never rise Davenant
51
In the merry month of May Breton
54
From the fair Lavinian shore
56
In a season all oppressed
57
rise and grieve
58
Speak speak at last reply
59
Or you or I nature did wrong
60
Hardhearted fair if thou wilt not consent
61
Break heart in twain Fair Ronile may see
62
Transcendent beauty thou that art
64
O let me groan one word into thine ear Pembroke
65
Slide soft you silver floods
66
Out upon it I have lovd Suckling
67
The Royal Slave
68
Come my sweet while evry strain The Royal Slave
70
Now the sun is fled The Royal Slave
72
Thou O bright Sun who seest all The Royal Slave
75
Wert thou yet fairer than thou art
78
Tis but a frown I prithee let me die
80
No no fair heretic it cannot be Suckling
81
Will you know my mistressface ?
83
Sleep soft you cold clay cinders that late clad
84
Bid me but live and I will live Herrick
85
Go thou gentle whispring wind Carew
86
When thou poor excommunicate Carew
87
Have you eer seen the morning sun Hughes
89
O tell me love O tell me fate Hughes
90
Beauty and love once fell at odds
91
Dialogue
106
Charles Coleman d 1664
114
Bright Aurelia I do owe
116
Change Platonics change for shame
118
When Celia I intend to flatter you
119
Dialogue
120
Simon Ives 1 6001 662
124
Go bid the swan in silence die
125
Why should great beauty virtuous fame desire Davenant
130
No no fair heretic it needs must be Aglaura
131
To whom shall I complain to men or gods ?
132
The Ladys Trial
133
Faith be no longer coy
134
Come Adonis come away Tatham
136
Dialogue
137
87ab As life what is so sweet
141
Go and bestride the southern wind
143
Powrful Morpheus let thy charms
144
Victorious beauty though your eyes Townshend
145
Sincetis my fate to be thy slave
146
Blow gently passion in my fair ones breast
148
Dialogue
149
George Jeffreys d 1685
153
Dialogue Hausted The Rival Friends 1 53
159
Cruel but once again The Rival Friends
161
John Atkins d 1 67
162
The Just Italian
163
When the chill Cherocco blows Bonham
164
can love for an hour when Im at leisure
165
Thomas Brewer b 161
166
Thomas Blagrave d 1688
167
John Taylor fl 163 71646
168
Lay that sullen garland by thee
169
Why will you swear I am forsworn Lovelace
170
will not trust thy tempting graces Stanley
171
Edward Coleman d 1669
172
Ajax and Ulysses
173
John Goodgroome d 1704
174
Dost see how unregarded now Suckling
175
In vain fair Chloris you design Dering
176
Must your fair inflaming eye
182
List of Sources and Abbreviations
189
Additional Notes for Second Edition
207
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