Ledger, Phillip

The Oxford Book of English Madrigals

for: Mixed choir a cappella

Choir book

Item no.123428
Author/ComposerLedger, Phillip
EditorLedger Philip
Leveladvanced
Scope403 pages; 15 × 22 cm
Release year1978
Publisher/ProducerOxford University Press
Producer No.ISBN 0-19-343664-7
ISBN978-0-19-343664-0
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Content

  1. Titles in italics are Second Parts
  2. Those sweet delightful lilies
  3. All creatures now
  4. Weep, O mine eyes
  5. Lullaby, my sweet little baby
  6. This sweet and merry month of May
  7. Though Amaryllis dance
  8. Come, gentle swains
  9. Poor is the life
  10. Quick, quick, away, dispatch!
  11. No haste but good'!
  12. Fair nymphs, I heard one telling
  13. Fair Phyllis I saw
  14. Consture my meaning
  15. Ah, dear heart
  16. Dainty fine bird
  17. O that the learned poets
  18. The silver swan
  19. Trust not too much, fair youth
  20. What is our life?
  21. Come away, sweet love
  22. See what a maze of error
  23. April is in my mistress' face
  24. Fyer, fyer!
  25. Hard by a crystal fountain
  26. I love, alas, I love thee
  27. Leave, alas, this tormenting
  28. My bonny lass she smileth
  29. Now is the month of maying
  30. Sing we and chant it
  31. Though Philomela lost her love
  32. Whither away so fast ?
  33. Sleep, fleshly birth
  34. Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers
  35. Music divine
  36. O yes! Has any found a lad ?
  37. See, see the shepherds' queen
  38. Too much I once lamented
  39. Mother, I will have a husband
  40. Sweet Suffolk owl
  41. Come, sable night
  42. Out from the vale
  43. As Vesta was
  44. Come, sirrah Jack, ho!
  45. Hark, all ye lovely saints
  46. O care, thou wilt despatch me
  47. Hence, care, thou art too cruel
  48. Since Robin Hood
  49. Sing we at pleasure
  50. Strike it up, tabor
  51. Thule, the period of cosmography
  52. The Andalusian merchant
  53. Thus sings my dearest jewel
  54. Adieu, sweet Amaryllis
  55. Draw on, sweet night
  56. Flora gave me fairest flowers
  57. Lady, when I behold
  58. O what shall I do?
  59. Sweet honey-sucking bees
  60. Yet, sweet, take heed
  61. Weep, weep, mine eyes
  62. Adieu, sweet Amaryllis (Wilbye) i
  63. Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers (Tomkins)
  64. Ah, dear heart (Gibbons)
  65. All creatures now (Bennet)
  66. April is in my mistress' face (Morley)
  67. As Vesta was (Weelkes)
  68. Come away, sweet love (Greaves)
  69. Come, gentle swains (Cavendish)
  70. Come, sable night (Ward)
  71. Come, sirrah Jack, ho! (Weelkes)
  72. Consture my meaning (Farnaby)
  73. Dainty fine bird (Gibbons)
  74. Draw on, sweet night (Wilbye)
  75. Fair nymphs, I heard one telling (Farmer)
  76. Fair Phyllis I saw (Farmer)
  77. Flora gave me fairest flowers (Wilbye)
  78. Fyer, fyer! (Morley)
  79. Hard by a crystal fountain (Morley)
  80. Hark, all ye lovely saints (Weelkes)
  81. Hence, care, thou art too cruel (Weelkes)
  82. I love, alas, I love thee (Morley)
  83. Lady, when I behold (Wilbye)
  84. Leave, alas, this tormenting (Morley)
  85. Lullaby, my sweet little baby (Byrd)
  86. Mother, I will have a husband (Vautor)
  87. Music divine (Tomkins)
  88. My bonny lass she smileth (Morley)
  89. No haste but good! (East)
  90. Now is the month of maying (Morley)
  91. O care, thou wilt despatch me (Weelkes)
  92. O that the learned poets (Gibbons)
  93. Out from the vale (Ward)
  94. O what shall I do ? (Wilbye)
  95. O yes! Has any found a lad ? (Tomkins)
  96. Poor is the life (East)
  97. Quick, quick, away, dispatch! (East)
  98. See, see the shepherds' queen (Tomkins)
  99. See what a maze of error (Kirbye) 100.Since Robin Hood (Weelkes) 101.Sing we and chant it (Morley) 102.Sing we at pleasure (Weelkes) 103.Sleep, fleshly birth (Ramsey) 104.Strike it up, tabor (Weelkes) 105.Sweet honey-sucking bees (Wilbye) 106.Sweet Suffolk owl (Vautor) 107.The Andalusian merchant (Weelkes) 108.The silver swan (Gibbons) 109.This sweet and merry month of May (Byrd) 110.Those sweet delightful lilies (Bateson) 111.Though Amaryllis dance (Byrd) 112.Though Philomela lost her love (Morley) 113.Thule, the period of cosmography (Weelkes) 114.Thus sings my dearest jewel (Weelkes) 115.Too much I once lamented (Tomkins) 116.Trust not too much, fair youth (Gibbons) 117.Weep, O mine eyes (Bennet) 118.Weep, weep, mine eyes (Wilbye) 119.What is our life ? (Gibbons) 120.Whither away so fast ? (Morley) 121.Yet, sweet, take heed (Wilbye)