Titre
The Oxford book of English madrigals [Musique imprimée]
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404 p. ; 22 cm
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Adieu, sweet amaryllis/ Wilbye Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers/ Tomkins Ah, dear heart/ Gibbons All creatures now/ Bennet April is in my mitress' face/ Morley As vesta was/ Weelkes Come away, sweet love/ Greaves Come, gentle swains/ Cavendish Come, sable night/ Ward Come, sirrah jack, ho!/ Weelkes Consture my meaning/ Farnaby Dainty fine bird/ Gibbons Drawn on, sweet night/ Wilbye Fair nymphs, i heard one telling/ Farmer Fair Phyllis I saw/ Farmer Flora gave me fairest flowers/ Wilbye Fyer, Fyer!/ Morley Hark, all ye lovely saints/ Weelkes Hence, care, thou art too cruel/ Weelkes I love, alas, i love thee/ Morley Lady, when I behold/ Wilbye Leave, alas, this tormenting/ Morley Lullaby, my sweet little baby/ Byrd Mother, I will have a husband/ Vautor Music divine/ Tomkins My bonny lass she smileth/ Morley No haste but good!/ East Now is the month of maying/ Morley O care, thou wilt despatch me/ Weelkes O that the learned poets/ Gibbons Out from the vale/ Ward O what shall I do?/ Wilbye O yes! Has any found a lad?/ Tomkins Poor is the life/ East Quick , quick, away, dispatch!/ East See, see the shepherd's queen/ Tomkins See what a maze of error/ Kirbye Since Robin Hood/ Weelkes Sing we and chant it/ Morley Sing we at pleasure/ Weekles Sleep, fleshly birth/ Ramsey Strike it up, tabor/ Weelkes Sweet honey-sucking bees/ Wilbye Sweet Suffolk owl/ Vautor The Audalusian merchant/ Weelkes The silver swan/ Gibbons This sweet and merry month of May/ Byrd Those sweet delightful lilies/ Bateson Though Amaryllis dance/ Byrd Though Philomela lost her love/ Morley Thule, the period of cosmography/ Weelkes Thus sings my dearest jewel/ Weelkes$Too much I once lamented/ Tomkins Trust not too much, faire youth/ Gibbons Weep, O mine eyes/ Bennet Weep, weep, mine eyes/ Wilbye What is your life/ Gibbons Whither away so fast/ Morley Yet, sweet, take heed/ Wilbye
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