Songes for five voyces / Thomas Whythorne ; edited by Robert McQuillan.
- Standardized Title:
- Songs, voices (3-5). Selections
- Moretonhampstead, Newton Abbot : Antico, c2000.
- Musical score
1 score (xvi, 71 p.) ; 30 cm.
- Part-songs, English.
Vocal quintets, Unaccompanied.
- When wit doth seek vice to embrace
The music tunes of voice or sound
As 'tis a sign of persons grave
Of a hard beginning
The pleasant and the gentle speech
The haughtiness of some but base
I have not only read
Nothing is sharper than low things
In weal and woe be patient
As they shadow itself applyeth
It doth belong more of good right
Who that to quassing is bent
If flattered be the wicked
If thou that hast a trusty friend
Thy secrets told
Buy new broom
Give not thy mind to heaviness - Shall I this woe sustain
Till time had taught me
As restless head doth always give.
- Part-songs for 5 voices (triplex, medius, contratenor, tenor, bassus).
Nos. 57 - 76 from Whythorne's 'Songes for three, four and five voyces'. Edited from the partbooks originally published: London : J. Daye, 1571.
Includes prefatory material in English on the composer, the ed., performance instructions and critical commentary, p. i - ix.
Commendatory verses and Whythorne's preface printed as text in Latin and English, p. x - xvi.
- McQuillan, Robert.
- Publisher Number:
- AE38 Antico Edition
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