Cor Mio (Ward, John)

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8 more: Engraving files (Personal composer) • Treble1 viol • Treble2 viol • Tenor1 viol, alto clef • Tenor1 viol, octave treble clef • Tenor2 viol, alto clef • Tenor2 viol, octave treble clef • Bass viol

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General Information

Work Title Cor Mio
Alternative. Title Fantasia No. 11
Composer Ward, John
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. VdGS No. 12
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJW 3
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 5 voices or 5 viols

Misc. Comments

  • According to the WorldCat entry for the George Hunter edition of Ward's Italian Madrigals, only Cor Mio has survived with all the words intact.
  • Ward published a set of English madrigals which was "apt both for Viols and Voyces", so the Italian madrigals were also probably intended for either viols or voices.