Musica Transalpina, Book 2 (Yonge, Nicholas)

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Editor Nicholas Yonge (1560-1619)
Publisher. Info. London: Thomas Este, 1597.
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Work Title Musica Transalpina, Book 2
Alternative. Title Musica transalpina. The second booke of madrigalles, to 5 & 6 voices: translated out of sundrie Italian Authors
Composer Yonge, Nicholas
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 23 madrigals (originally numbered as 24)
  • 5 voices
1. Vecchi: The white delightfull swanne
2. Ferrabosco Sr.: Zephirus brings the time [that] sweetly senteth
3. Eremita: So farre, deere life, from thy bright beames absented
4. Croce: Cinthia thy song & chau[n]ting
5. Eremita: Fly if [you] wilt be flying
6. Quintiani: At sound of hir sweet voice & words betraying
7. Ferrabosco Sr.: Browne is my Love but gracefull
8. Ferrabosco Sr.: The wine that I so deerly got, sweetly sipping
9. Marenzio: Dolorous morneful cares, ruthles tormenting
10. Ferrabosco Sr.: In flowre of Aprill springing
11. Quintiani: Hills & woods, craggs & rocks
12. Ferrabosco Sr.: Lady my flame stil burning (first part)
Sweet Lord, your flame still burning (second part)
13. Nanino: Sweet sparkle of Loves fire
14. Quintiani: Now springs each plant to heaven aloft aspriring
15. Venturi del Nibbio: Sweet eyes, admiring you I am left hartles
  • 6 voices
16. Pallavicino: Love quench this heat co[n]suming
17. Pallavicino: Cruell, why dost thou flye mee
18. Croce: O gratious & worthiest of each creature
19. Marenzio: Shall I live so farre distant from thee my deare
20. Marenzio: So saith my faire & beautifull Licoris
21. Feliciani; For griefe I dye enraged
22. Bicci: Daintie white pearle, & you fresh smiling Roses
23. Croce: Hard by a Cristall fountaine
First Publication. 1597 - London: Thomas Este
Language English
Dedication Sir Henry Lennard
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 5-6 voices