Thirty songs in two volumes
by Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
|Format:||Music Score 1995|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies|
Contentsv. 1. Ah! how sweet it is to love ; Fairest isle ; Hears not my Phillis how the birds ; If music be the food of love ; I see she flies me ; Nymphs and shepherds come away ; With sick and famish'd eyes ; O solitude ; Pious Celinda goes to pray'rs ; Retir'd from mortals' sight ; Tell me, some pitying angel ; The fatal hour comes on apace ; When I have often heard young maids complaining
v. 2. Cupid, the slyest rogue alive ; Dear, pretty youth ; I attempt from love's sickness to fly ; Lord, what is man? ; Man is for the woman made ; Music for a while ; Sawny is a bonny lad ; Not all my torments ; Now that the sun hath veil'd his light ; Oh! lead me to some peaceful gloom ; On the brow of Richmond Hill ; She that would gain a faithful lover ; The cares of lovers ; Sweeter than roses ; Thus to a ripe, consenting maid ; 'Twas within a furlong of Edenborough Town.
Songs (Medium voice) with continuo.
Songs (Medium voice) with keyboard instrument.
|Publisher|| Oxford ; New York, NY :Oxford University Press, Music Dept.,1995
|Edition||Medium voice (transposed).|
|Other Titles|| Songs.
For medium voice and continuo; unfigured bass realized for keyboard instrument.
Includes historical, performance and editorial notes.
1 score (2 volumes) ; 31 cm