Songs of Sundry Natures (Byrd, William)

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General Information

Work Title Songs of Sundry Natures
Alternative. Title Songs of Sundrie Natures
Composer Byrd, William
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 37 (47) pieces
numbers in parens refer to those found in the 3rd edition (1610)
earlier numberings counted the second stanzas as separate pieces
  • For 3 voices
1. Lord in Thy Rage
2. Right Blest are They
3. Lord in Thy Wrath
4. O God which art most Merciful
5. Lord Hear my Prayer
6. From Depth of Sin
7. Attend mine Humble Prayer
8. Susanna Fair
9. The Nightingale (11)
10. When Younglings First (13)
But when by proof (13)
11. Upon a Summer's Day (9)
Then for a Boat (10)
12. The Greedy Hawk
  • For 4 voices
13. Is Love a boy?
Boy pity me
14. Wounded I am
Yet of us twain
15. From Citheron the warlike boy is fled
There careless thoughts are freed
If Love be just
16. O Lord my God (23)
17. While that the Sun (25)
18. Rejoice, Rejoice (chorus of No.29) (22)
19. Cast off all doubtful care (chorus of No.32) (24)
  • For 5 voices
20. Weeping full sore
21. Penelope that longed for the sight
22. Compel the Hawk to sit (30)
23. See those sweet eyes (28)
24. When I was otherwise (31)
25. When first by force (32)
26. I thought that Love had been a boy (33)
27. O dear Life (34)
28. Love would discharge (29)
29. From Virgin's Womb
30. Of gold all burnished
Her breath is more sweet
  • For 6 voices
31. Behold how good a thing (40)
And as the pleasant morning dew (41)
32. An earthly tree a heavenly fruit (42)
33. Who made thee, Hob, forsake the Plough (43)
34. And think ye Nymphs to scorn at love (38)
Love is a fit of pleasure (38)
35. If in thine heart
36. Unto the hills mine eyes I lift (47)
37. Christ rising again (45)
Christ is risen again (45)
First Publication. 1589
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3-6 voices
External Links CPDL page

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CONTENTS (according to a RISM entry, this still needs to be verified against a full set if one is uploaded, and this is very unclear as to which are 4vv, 6vv, etc.):

Lord in thy rage / Right blest are they / Lord in thy wrath / O God which art most mercifull / Lord hear my prayer / From depth of sin / Attend mine humble prayer / (à 4) / O Lord my God / (à 6) / Behold how good a thing it is / (The Second Part) And as the pleasant morning dear / Unto the hills mine eyes I lift / Christ rising again from the dead / (The Second Part) Christ is risen / [Christmas carols] / (à 4) / Rejoice rejoice with heart and voice / Cast off all doubtfull care / (à 5) / From virgin's womb / (à 6) / An earthly tree a heav'nly fruit it bore / [Madrigals] (à 3) / Susanna fair / The Nightingale so pleasant and so gay / When younglings first on Cupid fix their sight / (The Second part) But when by proof / Upon a summer's day / (The Second Part) When for a boat / The greedy Hawk / In chrystal Tow'rs / (à 4) / Is Love a boy / (The Second Part) Boy pitty me / Wounded I am / (The Second Part) Yet of us Twain / From Citheron the warlike boy is fled / (The Second Part) [T]here careless thoughts / (The Third Part) If Love be just / While that the sun / (à 5) / Weeping full sore / Penelope that longed for the sight of her Ulisses / Compell The Hawk to sit / See those sweet eyes / (The second part) Love would discharge / When I was otherwise / When first by force of fatal destiny / I thought that love had been a boy / O Dear life when may it be / If gold all burnish'd / (The Second Part) Her breath is more sweet / (à 6) / Who made thee Hob forsake the Plow / And think ye Nimphs to scorn at Love / (The Second Part) Love is a fit of Pleasure / If in thine heart