This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below.|
⇒ 4 more: Medius • Contratenor • Tenor • Bassus
||London: Thomas Este, n.d..
||Superius and Bassus parts from Bibliothèque nationale de France, Musique (F-Pn): RISM A/I: B 5209. Medius, Contratenor and Tenor parts scanned from Royal College of Music Library, London (GB-Lcm): C68/1
||Psalmes, Sonets and Songs
- Psalmes, sonets, & songs of sadnes and pietie, made into musicke of fiue parts : whereof, some of them going abroad among diuers, in vntrue coppies, are heere truely corrected, and th [sic] other being songs very rare & newly composed, are heere published, for the recreation of all such as delight in musick
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- 1. O God give ear
- 2. Mine eyes with fervency
- 3. My soul oppressed with care
- 4. How shall a young man
- 5. O Lord, how long wilt thou forget
- 6. O Lord who in thy sacred tent
- 7. Help Lord for wasted are those men
- 8. Blessed is he that fears the Lord
- 9. Lord in Thy Wrath Reprove Me Not
- 10. Even from the depth
- 11. I Joy not in no Earthly Bliss
- 12. Though Amaryllis Dance in Green
- 13. Who likes to love
- 14. My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is
- 15. Where fancy fond
- 16. O you that hear this voice
- 17. If women could be fair
- 18. Ambitious love
- 19. What pleasure have great princes
- 20. As I Beheld I Saw a Herdman Wild
- 21. Although the heathen poets
- 22. In Fields Abroad
- 23. Constant Penelope
- 24. La Verginella
- 25. Farewell false Love
- 26. The match that's made
- Songs of sadness and piety
- 27. Prostrate O Lord I lie
- 28. All as a sea
- 29. Susanna Fair
- 30. If that a sinner's sighs
- 31. Care for thy soul
- 32. Lullaby, My Sweet Little Baby
- 33. Why do I use My Paper, Ink and Pen?
- 34. Come to me, Grief, Forever
- 35. O That Most Rare Breast
||1588 - London: Thomas East
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
According to Grove Music, the preface to this collection includes "a clear explanation that most of the songs had originally been for one voice and instrumental consort but had been adapted to words in all the five parts." Pages for the individual songs that came from a consort version will be tagged as such, but this collection page is tagged for the 5-voice version.
IMSLP has pages for both I joy not in no earthly bliss and Though Amaryllis dance in green, with different music. The scores need to be compared so the link can be corrected if necessary.
Not to be confused with the 1611 Psalmes, Songs and Sonnets.