Contentsbk. 1. Oh! take him gently from the pile ; Must then a faithful lover go? ; I burn, my brain consumes to ashes / John Eccles. While I with wounding grief did look / Godfrey Finger. Morpheus, thou gentle god / Daniel Purcell. Bess of Bedlam ; Let the dreadful engines of eternal will / Henry Purcell
bk. 2. Lysander I pursue in vain / John Blow. Haste, give me wings / John Eccles. I'll sail upon the dog-star ; Beneath a poplar's shadow lay me ; From rosy bow'rs / Henry Purcell. Reason, what art thou? / John Weldon. Appendix: Tom of Bedlam : for a bass alone.
Songs (High voice) with continuo
-- 17th century.
Songs (High voice) with continuo -- 18th century.
Incidental music -- England -- 17th century -- Excerpts -- Scores.
Incidental music -- England -- 18th century -- Excerpts -- Scores.
Vocal music -- England -- 17th century.
Vocal music -- England -- 18th century.
|Publisher|| London :Voicebox,1999
|Edition||Original key (high voice).|
|Other Titles|| Vocal music.
While I with wounding grief did look.
Reason, what art thou.
13 mad songs
Eccles, John, -1735. Vocal music.
Finger, Godfrey, approximately 1660-1730. While I with wounding grief did look.
Purcell, Daniel, -1717. Iphigenia.
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695. Vocal music.
Blow, John, -1708. Amphion Anglicus.
Weldon, John, 1676-1736. Reason, what art thou.
English songs, in part from incidental music, composed ca. 1683-1703.
For high voice and continuo; figured bass realized for keyboard instrument; includes part for voice and bass instrument, in score format.
Introd. and editorial notes included.
Publisher's no.: Vox 1-2.
1 score (2 volumes) + 1 part (2 volumes) ; 30 cm
|ISBN||1898131236 (bk. 1)
1898131244 (bk. 2)