Musica Transalpina (Various)

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 Cantus
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 Altus
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 Quintus (variously S, A, T, or B)
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 Sextus (variously S, T, or B)
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PMLP452152-01-cantus.pdf
Editor:

Nicholas Yonge

Publisher Info.:

London: Thomas East, 1588.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

This is a reprint of the 1588 edition, but bears no date except the original print. It may be from the early 1590s.

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Work Title Musica Transalpina
Alternative Title Madrigales translated of foure, five, and sixe partes chosen out of divers excellent Authors, with the first and second part of La Verginella, made by Maister Byrd, upon two Stanz's of Ariosto, and brought to speake English with the rest.
Composer Various
Movements/Sections 57 madrigals:
  1. These that be certaine signes of my tormenting (4 voices) (Noe Faignient)
  2. The faire Diana neuer more reuiued (4 voices) (Macque)
  3. Ioy so delights my heart (4 voices) (Palestrina)
  4. False Love now shoot & spare not (4 voices) (Palestrina)
  5. O Griefe if yet my griefe be not beleued (4 voices) (Donato)
  6. As in the night wee see the sparckes (4 voices) (Donato)
  7. In vayne he seekes for beautie that excelleth (4 voices) (de Monte)
  8. What meaneth Loue to nest him (4 voices) (Palestrina)
  9. Sweet Loue when hope was flowring (4 voices) (Palestrina)
  10. Lady that hand of plenty (4 voices) (Pordenone)
  11. Who will ascend to heauen (4 voices) (de Wert)
  12. Lady your looke so gentle (4 voices) (Verdonch)
  13. From what part of the heauen (5 voices) (de Monte))
    2nd part. In vaine hee seekes for beautie that excelleth (5 voices) (de Monte))
  14. In euery place I finde my griefe (5 voices) (Anonymous))
  15. Thirsis to die desired (5 voices) (Maranzio))
    2nd part. Thirsis that heat refrayned (5 voices) (Marenzio))
    3rd part. Thus these two two louers (5 voices) (Marenzio))
  16. Susanna faire (5 voices) (de Lassus))
  17. Susanna faire (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  18. When shall I cease lamenting (5 voices) (Faignient)
  19. I must depart all haples (5 voices) (Marenzio)
  20. I saw my Lady weeping (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
    2nd part. Like as from heauen (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  21. So gratious is thy sweet selfe (5 voices) (Ferretti)
  22. Cruell unkind, my hart thou hast bereft mee (5 voices) (Ferretti)
  23. What doth my pretie dearling (5 voices) (Marenzio)
  24. Sleepe, sleepe mine onely Iuell (5 voices) (Felis)
    2nd part. Thou bringst hir home ful nye me (5 voices) (Felis)
  25. Sound out my voice, with pleasant tunes recording (5 voices) (Palestrina)
  26. Liquid and watry pearles Loue wept full kindly (5 voices) (Marenzio)
  27. The Nightingale so pleasant and so gay (5 voices) (de Lassus)
  28. Simetime when hope reliv'd mee (5 voices) (del Mel)
  29. Rubyes and pearles and treasure (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  30. O Sweet kisse ful of comfort (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  31. Sometime my hope full weakly (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  32. Lady that hand of plenty (5 voices) (Bertani)
  33. My hart, my hart alas why dost yu loue (5 voices) (Conversi)
  34. Lady if you so spight mee (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  35. When I would thee embrace (headed: cantio rustica) (5 voices) (Pinello)
  36. Thirsis enioyd the graces (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  37. The Nightingale so pleasant and so gay (5 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  38. The faire young Virgin (5 voices) (Byrd)
    2nd part. But not so soone (5 voices) (Byrd)
  39. I will goe dye for pure loue (6 voices) (Marenzio)
  40. These that bee certaine signes of my tormenting (6 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  41. So farre from my delight (6 voices) (Ferrabosco)
    2nd part. She onely doth not feele it (6 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  42. Loe heere my hart in keeping (6 voices) (Anonymous)
  43. Now must I part (6 voices) (Marenzio)
  44. Zephirus brings the tyme that sweetly senteth (6 voices) (Conversi)
    2nd part. But with me wretch the storms of woe perseuer (6 voices) (Conversi)
  45. I was full neare my fall (6 voices) (Ferrabosco)
    2nd part. But as the byrd that in due time espying (second part) (6 voices) (Ferrabosco)
  46. I Soung sometime (6 voices) (Marenzio)
    2nd part. Because my Loue too lofty (6 voices) (Marenzio)
First Publication 1588
Language English
Dedication Gilbert, Lord Talbot
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4-6 voices
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