Deliciæ musicæ (Playford, Henry)

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Editor Henry Playford
Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for Henry Playford, 1695-96.
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Editor Henry Playford
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Work Title Deliciæ musicæ
Alternative. Title Deliciæ musicæ: being, a Collection of the newest and best songs sung at court and at the publick theatres, most of them within the compass of the flute. With a thorow-bass, for the theorbo-lute, bass-viol, harpsichord, or organ. Composed by several of the best masters.
Composer Playford, Henry
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
First Publication. 1695-96
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-2 voices, continuo (unfigured) [theorbo/viol/harpsichord/organ]; voice, trumpet, continuo; voice, 2 recorders, continuo; voice, chorus, continuo; 2 voices, chorus, continuo
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Contents

Volume I, Book 1
  1. Who, who can behold Florilla's charms - Purcell
  2. No, no, no resistance - Purcell (2 voices, continuo)
  3. She that wou'd gain a faithful lover - Purcell
  4. Ah! how sweet it is to love - Purcell
  5. Love thou canst hear - Purcell (lyr. Sir Robert Howard)
  6. Pious Celinda goes to prayers - Purcell (lyr. William Congreve)
  7. Grant me gentle love, said I - Courteville (lyr. Congreve)
  8. Hark my Daridcar! (A Dialogue in Tyrannick Love, or the Royal Martyr) - Purcell (2 voices, continuo)
  9. Why fair Corinna shou'd you grieve - Courteville
  10. Whilst I with grief did on you look (from 2nd Part of Don Quixote) - Purcell
  11. Whilst you vouchsafe our thoughts to breath - John Blow
Volume I, Book 2
  1. The cares, the cares of lovers (from Timon of Athens) - Purcell
  2. Chloe found Amyntas lying - John Gilbert
  3. Foolish love be gone - Courteville
  4. As Phoebus did with heat pursue - Henry Hall (2 voices, continuo)
  5. Beauty the painful mothers pray'r - Henry Hall (lyr. Peter Stenhouse) (2 voices, continuo)
  6. When Myra sings - Purcell (2 voices, continuo)
  7. If musick be the food of love - Purcell
  8. The Trumpet Song in The Libertine Destroy'd; To arms, to arms - Purcell (voice, trumpet, continuo)
Volume I, Book 3
  1. Oh! how you protest and solemnly lye; Song in the Mock-Marriage - unattributed
  2. 'Twas within a furlong of Edinborough Town - unattributed
  3. Man, man, man is for the woman made (from The Mock-Marriage) - Purcell
  4. Dear, dear, pritty, pritty, pritty youth (from the Tempest) - Purcell
  5. Oh! oh! lead me, lead me to some peaceful gloom (from Bonduca) - Purcell
  6. Stretch'd in a dark and dismal grove (Pyrrhus) - John Eccles
  7. Too well I fear Alexis knows - John Freeman
  8. Jack thou'rt a toper (Catch, from Bonduca) - Purcell
  9. You say tis Love creates the pain; Dialogue from King Arthur - Purcell (2 voices, continuo)
  10. Fair Belinda's youthful charms - John Eccles
  11. Celia has a thousand thousand charms (from the Rival Sisters) - Purcell
  12. Take not a womans anger ill (from the Rival Sisters) - Purcell
  13. How happy, how happy is she (from the Rival Sisters) - Purcell
Volume I, Book 4
  1. A Lass, a lass there lives upon the green (from Oronooko) - Courteville
  2. Bright Cynthia's pow'r divine (from Oronooko) - Courteville
  3. Celemene, pray tell me (from Oronooko) - Purcell (2 voices, continuo)
  4. You twice ten hundred deities (from Indian Queen) - Purcell
  5. Oh! oh! take him gently (from Cyrus the Great) - John Eccles
  6. Damon farewell, farewell - Courteville
Volume II, Book 1
  1. To bless the genial bed (from Indian Queen, Act 5) - Daniel Purcell (Nos.1-8 appear to be from the same Masque)
  2. Come all, come all, come, come at my call
  3. Let me, let me come at him / I'm glad, I'm glad I have met him
  4. Good people, I'd make you all blest if I could
  5. My Hony, my Pugg
  6. The joys of wedlock soon are past
  7. Sound, sound, sound the trumpet
  8. Make haste, make haste to put on
  9. While Phillis does drink (from the She Gallants) - John Eccles
  10. So well Corinna likes the joy (the She Gallants)
  11. What ungrateful Devil moves you (from Love's Last Shift) - Daniel Purcell
  12. Rich mines of hot love (from the Lovers Luck)
Volume II, Book 2
  1. Mortals learn your lives to measure (from Love's a Jest) - John Eccles
  2. Hark you madam, can't I move you (from Love's a Jest) - John Eccles
  3. Fly, fly from my sight; a dialogue suppos'd to be bewteen a Eunuch Boy and a Virgin (from Ibrahim) - Daniel Purcell
  4. Come Hodge, come Robin (a Dialogue sung on Hob's Wedding at a Country Wake) - John Eccles
  5. Should I not lead a happy life (hick); Drunken Dialogue (from Love's a Jest) - John Eccles
  6. Pretty pretty miss (from Love's a Jest) - John Eccles
  7. From Aberdeen to Edinburgh (from Love's a Jest) - Samuel Akeroyde
  8. What diff'ring forms does Love obtrude - Moses Snow