Madrigals to 5 voyces (Morley, Thomas)

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Editor Thomas Morley (1557-1602)
Publisher. Info. London: Thomas East, 1598.
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Work Title Madrigals to 5 voyces
Alternative. Title
Composer Morley, Thomas
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 24 madrigals
  1. Alfonso Ferrabosco Sr: Such pleasant boughes (Non vide il mondo, 2nd part of A la dolc'ombra)
  2. Giovanni Battista Mosto, Sweetly pleasing singest thou
  3. Alfonso Ferrabosco, I thinck that if the hills (Sì ch’io mi cred’homai, 2nd part of Solo e pensoso)
  4. Giovanni Ferretti, Come lovers foorth
  5. Ruggiero Giovannelli, Loe Ladies where my love comes
  6. Ruggiero Giovannelli, As I walked
  7. Ruggiero Giovannelli, Delay breeds dannger
  8. Giovanni Ferretti, My Ladie still abhors mee
  9. Orazio Vecchi, Doe not tremble
  10. Giulio Belli, Harke and give care
  11. Orazio Vecchi, Life tell mee
  12. Alessandro Orologio, Soden passions
  13. Alfonso Ferrabosco, If silent (S’io taccio, 2nd part of Vorrei lagnarmi a pieno)
  14. Luca Marenzio, O my loving sweet hart (Scaldava il sol)
  15. Alfonso Ferrabosco, I languish to complaine mee (Vorrei lagnarmi a pieno, 1st part)
  16. Ippolito Sabino, Loe how my colour rangeth
  17. Anonymous, Thirsis on his faire Phillis
  18. Ruggiero Giovannelli, For verie griefe I dye
  19. Peter Phillips, The Nightingale. The first part
  20. Peter Phillips, O false deceit. The second part
  21. Stefano Venturi del Nibbio, As Mopsus went
  22. Giovanni Ferretti, Flora faire Nimphe
  23. Giovanni de Macque, My sweet Layis
  24. Alfonso Ferrabosco, Say sweet Phillis (Hor un laccio, 4th part of Mentre ti fui si grato)
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 5 voices

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