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London: printed for M.L., J.B. and T.S. by the Assignement of William Barley, 1612.
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||A Pilgrimes Solace
||Wherein is contained musicall harmonie of 3. 4. and 5 parts, to be sung and plaid with the lute and viols.
- Disdaine me still, that I may ever love
- Sweete stay a while, why will you rise?
- To aske for all thy love, and thy whole heart t'were madnesse
- Love those beames that breede
- Shall I strive with wordes to move
- Were every thought an eye
- Stay time a while thy flying
- Tell me true Love where shall I seeke thy being.
- Goe nightly cares, the enemy to rest
- From silent night, true register of moanes
- Lasso vita mia mi fa morire
- In this trembling shadow
- If that a Sinners sighes be Angels foode
- Thou mighty God
- When Davids life by Saul was often sought
- When the poore Criple by the poole did lye
- Where Sinne sore wounding
- My heart and tongue were twinnes
- Up merry mates, to Neptunes prayse
- Welcome blacke night
- Cease these false sports
||1612 - London
||Theophilus, Lord Walden
|Composer Time Period
- Grove Music lists this work under two categories:
- Secular songs, and Psalms and devotional songs. The listing under Secular songs gives the instrumentation as 4 voices and lute, whereas the listing under Psalms and devotional songs gives no instrumentation. However, instrumentation is given under the individual titles where they are listed separately, and In this Trembling Shadow, If that a Sinner's Sighes be Angel's foode, and Where Sinne sore wounding, are listed as for 4 voices and lute.
- Thou Mighty God is not listed at all, though there is a similar title, O God of Power Omnipotent. When the poore Criple by the poole did lye and When David's life by Saul was often sought are also not listed at all.