Madrigals, songs and canons

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Stainer & Bell, 1976 - Music - 200 pages
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madrigals and partsongs from printed collections and manuscripts i The fair young virgin 1588
1
Let others praise what seems them best 1589
16
3 This sweet and merry month of May 1590
33
4 O sweet deceit
46
5 What pleasure have great princes?
60
What vaileth it to rule ?
62
the original versions of songs revised for the prints of 1588 and X5S9 7 How shall a young man ?
73
O Lord who in thy sacred tent ?
77
24 Care for thy soul
134
Lullaby my sweet little baby
138
Why do I use my paper ink and pen ?
144
Come to me grief for ever
148
O that most rare breast
150
See those sweet eyes
161
3 When first by force I that sometime
163
thought that Love had been a boy
167

9 Blessed is he that fears the Lord
81
Lord in thy wrath
85
joy not in no earthly bliss
88
Though Amaryllis dance in green
90
3 Who likes to love
93
14 My mind to me a kingdom is
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i5 Where Fancy fond
99
O you that hear this voice
102
7 In fields abroad
106
Constant Penelope no 19 La verginella
114
Farewell false Love
118
Prostrate O Lord I lie
122
Susanna fair
127
23 If that a sinners sighs
130
CANONS 32 Canon two in one per arsin et thesin
169
33 Canon six in one and four in two 171
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fragmentary songs 34 Ah youthful years
175
Cease cares
176
37 Depart ye furies
177
39 If trickling tears
178
O happy thrice
180
45 What wights are these ?
181
47 With sighs and tears
182
List of Sources
183
Textual Commentary
187
Index of First Lines
199
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