Collected vocal music. Part 2, Dialogues, partsongs, and catches
by Lawes, William, 1602-1645.
|Format:||Music Score 2002|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
xxxv + 197 pp.vol. 2 of 4 volumes of Lawes's Collected Vocal Music
ContentsDialogues. When death shall snatch us from these kids ; A health to the northern lass ; The cats ; Come, heavy heart ; 'Tis not, boy, thy amorous look ; Charon! O gentle Charon! ; Orpheus, O Orpheus, gently touch thy Lesbian lyre ; Come, my Daphne, come away ; Charon, O Charon! ; Haste you nymphs ; Sacred love whose virtuous power ; The lark ; Vulcan, O Vulcan, my love ; What if I die for love of thee?
Partsongs. A hall, a hall ; When each line's a faithful drinker ; What ho, we come to be merry ; Music, the master of thy art is dead ; All these lie howling ; Come, lovely Cloris ; Gather your rosebuds ; Good morrow unto her ; Love is lost ; O my Clarissa
Solo plus chorus. Come, take a carouse ; Beliza, shade your shining eyes ; On, on compassion shall never enter here ; Come, Adonis, come again ; Fill, fill the bowl ; There can be no glad man ; 'Tis no shame to yield to beauty ; What should my mistress do
Catches. Some drink, boy ; Hark, jolly lads ; Call for the ale ; Let's cast away care ; Stand still and listen ; If we shall drink canary ; I do confess ; Whither go ye ; Come, my lads ; Tom, Ned, and Jack ; Never let a man ; Though I am not Bacchus' priest ; Brisk claret and sherry ; Wars are our delight ; A knot of good fellows ; A pox on our jailer ; A round, a round, a round, boys ; Bess, black as a charcoal ; Come, Amarillis, now let us be merry ; Come, follow me brave hearts ; Come, let us cast the dice ; Come, let us have a merry heart ; Come, quaff apace this brisk canary wine ; Dainty fine aniseed water fine ; Drink tonight of the moonshine bright ; Goose lawed with Goose ; Hang sorrow and cast away care ; Hie we to the other world ; I'll tell you of a matter ; It is folly to be jolly ; See how Cawood's dragon looks ; See how in gathering of their May ; The pot, the pipe, the quart, the can ; The wise men were but seven
Appendix: incomplete, doubtful, and wrongly attributed works.
|Series||Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era ; v. 121.|
Part songs, English.
Glees, catches, rounds, etc.
|Publisher|| Middleton, Wis. :A-R Editions,2002
|Other Titles|| Vocal music.
Dialogues, partsongs, and catches
Callon, Gordon J.,
For 2-6 voices, unacc. or with unrealized continuo acc.
Words also printed as text on p. xxiii-xxxv.
Biographical and historical notes on p. x-xxii; critical notes on p. 189-197.
1 score (xxxv, 197 pages, 5 pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.