|Genre Categories||Songs; Incidental music; Theatrical Works; For voice, bass instrument; For voices with solo instruments; Scores featuring the voice; Scores featuring the bass voice; Scores with open instrumentation; For voice, continuo; For voices with continuo; Scores with basso continuo; English language; For voice, 2 lutes (arr); For voices with solo instruments (arr); Scores featuring the voice (arr); Scores featuring the bass voice (arr); Scores featuring the lute (arr); For voice, 2 guitars (arr); Scores featuring the guitar (arr)|
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|Work Title||Dispaires Banquet|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||IHL 14|
|Text Incipit||Come heavy souls oppressed with the weight of crimes|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||bass, bass instrument (unfigured continuo)|
|Extra Information||Note at the end of the autograph manuscript: "This songe was Sunge in A Playe cald the Passions written by / Mr. William Stroud, presented by ye scholars of Christchurch before both / their Majestys. 1636". This entry does not give the title of the play, but according to other sources, it was called The Floating Island.|