Fourth set of books (1618) / Michael East ; edited by Edmund H. Fellowes ; rev. by Thurston Dart ; associate reviser, Philip Brett.

East, Michael, ca. 1580-1648.
London, Stainer & Bell; American agents: Galaxy Music Corp., New York [1962]
Musical score
1 score (xiv, 166 p.) : facsims. ; 26 cm.
The English madrigalists ; v. 31b

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Standardized Title:
Bookes, 4th set
Madrigals, English.
Part-songs, English.
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensemble.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensemble.
Songs of 4 parts: Thyrsis, sleepest thou? ; I did woo her ; Why are our summer sports? ; Dear love, be not unkind ; Whenas I glance ; Your shining eyes ; When I lament ; Farewell, sweet woods
Song of 5 parts: To hear men sing
Verse anthems of 5 parts: O clap your hands ; God is gone up
Song of 5 parts: I heard three virgins ; What heart such doubled force
Song for voices and viols: Fair Daphne, gentle shepherdess
Verse anthem of 5 parts: O Lord of whom I do depend
Song for voices and viols: Come shpeherd swains
Songs of 6 parts: Quick, quick, away, despatch! ; No haste, but good ; Fly away, Care
Full anthem of 6 parts: When David heard
Verse anthem of 6 parts: Haste thee, O God ; But let all those
Songs of 6 parts: Weep not, dear love ; Your shining eyes
Song from The 6th set (1624): You meaner beauties
"The verse-anthems and songs have been scored by Philip Brett, and they have been included in the present volume (pp. 83 onwards) so that East's work may be seen as a whole."
The madrigals for 4-6 voices, the anthems for solo voices, chorus, and viols in varying combinations.
Includes piano reduction.
Words of the madrigals also printed as text on p. ix-xi.
Fellowes, Edmund H., 1870-1951.
Dart, Thurston, 1921-1971.
Brett, Philip.
East, Michael, ca. 1580-1648. Bookes, 6th set. You meaner beauties.