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Ayres, songs and dialogues / Robert Johnson ; transcribed and edited by Ian Spink.

Author/creator Johnson, Robert, approximately 1583-1633 composer.
Format Musical Score and Print
EditionSecond revised edition.
Publication Info London : Stainer & Bell, 2004.
Copyright Notice ©1974
Description1 score (iv, 80 pages) : facsimile ; 28 cm.
Subject(s)
Other author/creatorSpink, Ian, editor.
Other author/creatorShakespeare, William, 1564-1616 author.
Other author/creatorBeaumont, Francis, 1584-1616, author.
Other author/creatorFletcher, John, 1579-1625, author.
Other author/creatorJonson, Ben, 1573?-1637, author.
Other author/creatorWebster, John, 1580?-1625? author.
Uniform titleVocal music. Selections
Series English lute-songs ; [v. 12]
English lute-songs (Stainer & Bell) ; v. 12. ^A1261772
Contents Miscellaneous ayres. As I walk'd forth ; Come, heavy sleep ; Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong ; With endless tears ; For ever let thy heav'nly tapers ; Shall I like a hermit dwell? ; Woods, rocks, and mountains ; How wretched is the state -- Songs from the plays. Arm, arm! (Beaumont and Fletcher, The mad lover, c. 1616) ; Full fathom five (Shakespeare, The tempest, 1611) ; Where the bee sucks (The tempest) ; Away delights (Beaumont and Fletcher, The captain, c.1612) ; Come hither you that love (The captain) ; Oh, let us howl (Webster, The duchess of Malfi, c.1613) ; Care-charming sleep (Beaumont and Fletcher, Valentinian, c.1614) ; Come away, thou lady gay! (Beaumont and Fletcher, The chances, c.1617) ; From the famous peak of Derby (Jonson, The gypsies metamorphsed, 1621) ; 'Tis late and cold (Beaumont and Fletcher, The lovers' progress, 1623) -- A dialogue. Charon, oh Charon -- Songs probably by Johnson. Hark, hark! the lark (Shakespeare, Cymbeline, c. 1609) ; Adieu, fond love! (Beaumont and Fletcher, The lovers' progress, 1623) ; Come away, Hecate! (Middleton, The witch, c. 1616) ; Get you hence, for I must go (Shakespeare, A winter's tale, c.1611) ; Have you seen the bright lily grow? (Jonson, The devil is an ass, 1616) ; Orpheus I am (Beaumont and Fletcher, The mad lover, c.1616) ; Tell me, dearest (Beaumont and Fletcher, The captain, c.1612) -- List of sources and abbreviations -- Notes -- Appendix. Adieu, fond love (photographic reproduction) ; Tell me, dearest (duet version) ; Ave rosa sine spinis.
Local noteJoyner-FOR JOYNER MUSIC LIBRARY HOLDINGS OF THE SERIES, English lute-songs, SEARCH BY SERIES TITLE OR CALL NUMBER M2 .F4213.
General note27 songs or duets.
General noteFor singer with accompaniment arranged for keyboard instrument from the original lute tablature ; two works for two singers and keyboard arrangement. Some songs include lute part in modern notation.
General noteReprint in enlarged format of revised edition originally published 1974 in The English lute-songs series.
General noteThis edition, volume 12 of Stainer & Bell's English lute-songs series, is a reprint of volume 17 of Edmund Fellowes' English school of lutenist song writers, second series. Series enumeration from publisher's website.
General noteIncludes list of sources and notes on the songs.
General noteIncludes facsimile reproduction of manuscript of Adieu, fond love.
LanguageEnglish words.
LanguageStaff notation.
Genre/formAyres.
Genre/formSongs.
Genre/formArt music.
Genre/formScores.
Genre/formArrangements (Music)
ISMN 9790220209772
ISMN M220209772
Publisher numberLS12 Stainer & Bell

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