Deuteromelia (Ravenscroft, Thomas)

Sheet Music


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Fynnjamin (2009/7/7)

Publisher. Info. London: Thomas Adams, 1609.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions


Of all the birds

For Voice and Piano (Bantock)
See: 100 Songs of England (Bantock, Granville), no.9

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General Information

Work Title Deuteromelia
Alternative. Title Deuteromelia, or, the Second Part of Musicks melodie, or melodius Musicke, of Pleasant Roundelaies; K. H. mirth, or Freemens Songs, and such delightfull Catches
Composer Ravenscroft, Thomas
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 31 songs:

Freemens Songs to 3 Voices:

1. As it fell on a holy day
2. The flye she sat
3. We be soldiers three
4. By Lands-dale hey ho
5. By Lands-dale, another way
6. We be three poore mariners
7. Of all the birds

Rounds or Catches to 3 Voices:

8. Lord heare the poore
9. Browning Madam
10. Hold thy peace
11. Glad am I
12. Margery serve well
13. Three blinde mice
14. The great bels of Oesney [Asney]
15. Mault's come downe

Freemens Songs to 4 Voices:

16. Martin said to his man
17. Give us once a drink
18. Who liveth so merry
19. By a bancke as I lay
20. To morrow the Fox
21. Willy I prethee go to bed
22. Yonder comes a

Rounds or Catches to 4 Voices:

23. Ut Re Mi Fa Sol La
24. O my Love
25. Go to Jone Glover [Joan Glover]
26. The maide she went
27. I C V B A K
28. Sing with thy mouth
29. By hils and dales
30. The Pigion
31. Hey downe a downe
First Publication. 1609
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation voices