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An Elizabethan song book : lute songs, madrigals, and rounds / music edited by Noah Greenberg ; text edited by W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman.

Author/Creator:
Greenberg, Noah, editor.
Edition:
[1st ed.].
Publication:
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1955.
Series:
Doubleday anchor books ; A56.
Doubleday anchor books ; A56
Format/Description:
Musical score
xxix, 243 pages of music ; 18 cm.
Subjects:
Songs, English -- 16th century.
Songs with piano -- 16th century.
Songs, English.
Songs with piano.
Summary:
"The songs in this collection were all written when the age of Elizabethan song was at its height."--Inside jacket.
Contents:
Sweet was the song / John Attey
If ever haples woman ; Of all the birds ; Whither runeth my sweethart / John Bartlet
I care not for those ladies ; Followe thy faire sunne ; Turne backe you wanton flyer ; Follow your Saint ; Faire, if you expect admiring ; Harke al you ladies ; When thou must home ; Never weather-beaten saile ; Jacke and Jone ; All lookes be pale ; What harvest halfe so sweet is ; Though your strangenesse frets my hart ; Kinde are her answeres ; Breake now my heart and dye ; Now winter nights enlarge ; If thou longst so much to learne ; Thrice tosse these oaken ashes ; Fire, fire ; Silly boy, 'tis ful moone ; So quicke, so hot, so mad ; To his sweet lute ; Think'st thou to seduce me then / Thomas Campian
Wandring in this place ; Down in a valley ; Everie bush now springing / Michael Cavendish.
Two lovers sat lamenting / William Corkine
Tyme cruell tyme / John Danyel
Who ever thinks or hopes ; If my complaints ; Can shee excuse my wrongs ; Dear, if you change ; Go christall teares ; His golden locks time hath to silver turnde ; Come away, come sweet love ; Away with these selfe loving lads ; Come heavy sleepe ; I saw my lady weepe ; Flow my teares ; Fine knacks for ladies ; O sweet woods ; In darkness let mee dwell ; Weepe you no more ; The lowest trees have tops / John Dowland
Come my Celia ; So, so, leave off this last lamenting kisse ; So beautie on the waters stood / Alfonso Ferrabosco
What then is love ; Since first I saw your face ; There is a ladie sweet and kind / Thomas Ford
What is beauty but a breath / Thomas Greaves
Tobacco is like love ; Fain would I change that note / Tobias Hume.
When love on time and measure makes his ground ; Dreames and imaginations ; Now what is love ; Beauty sate bathing ; Goe to bed sweete muze ; Love is a bable ; What if I sped ; Sweet if you like and love me stil ; Sweete Kate ; Will saide to his mammy ; In Sherwood livde stout Robin Hood ; Ite caldi sospiri ; There was a wyly ladde / Robert Jones
Misteresse mine ; It was a lover and his lasse ; Faire in a morne / Thomas Morley
Now peep, boe peep ; Rest sweet nimphs / Francis Pilkington
When Laura smiles / Philip Rosseter
Hey ho, to the greenwood ; Jolly shepherd ; Now God be with old Simeon ; Musing ; To Portsmith ; Sing we now merrily ; O lusty May / David Melvill
Doe you not know / Thomas Morley
Adew sweet Amarillis / John Wilbye.
Notes:
Principally for voice and piano.
Penn Provenance:
Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1955
Contributor:
Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973, editor.
Kallman, Chester, 1921-1975, editor.
Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Other format:
Online version: Greenberg, Noah. Elizabethan song book.
OCLC:
42231721
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