The Oxford book Of English Madrigals
SATB, titles are: From Bateson: Those Sweet Delightful Lilies. From Bennet: All Creature Now, Weep, O Mine Eyes. From Byrd: Lullaby, My Sweet Little Baby, This Sweet and Merry Month of May, Though Amaryllis Dance. From Cavendish: Come, Gentle Swains. From East: Poor is the Life, Quick, Quick, Away, Dispatch! No Haste But Good! From Farmer: Fair Nymphs, I Heard One Telling, Fair Phyllis I Saw. From Farnaby: Consture My Meaning. From Gibbons: Ah, Dear Heart, Dainty Fine Bird, O That the Learned Poets, The Silver Swan, Trust Not Too Much, Fair Youth, What is our Life? From Greaves: Come Away, Sweet Love. From Kirbye: See What a Maze of Error. From Morley: April is in my Mistress' Face, Fyer, Fyer!, Hard by a Crystal Fountain, I Love, Alas, I Love Thee, Leave, Alas, This Tormenting, My Bonny Lass She Smileth, Now is the Month of Maying, Sing We and Chant It, Though Philomela Lost Her Love, Whither Away So Fast? From Ramsey: Sleep, Fleshly Birth.From Tomkins: Adieu, Ye City-Prisoning Towers, Music Divine, O Yes! Has any Found a Lad?, See, See the Shepherds' Queen, Too Much I Once Lamented.From Vautor: Mother, I Will Have a Husband, Sweet Suffolk Owl. From Ward: Come, Sable Night. From Weelkes: As Vesta Was, Come, Sirrah Jack, Ho!, Hark, All Ye Lovely Saints, O Care, Thou Wilt Despatch Me, Hence, Care, Thou Art Too Cruel, Since Robin Hood, Sing We At Pleasure, Strike It Up, Tabor, Thule the Period of Cosmography, The Andalusian Merchant, Thus Sings My Dearest Jewel. From Wilbye: Adieu Sweet Amaryllis, Draw On, Sweet Night, Flora Gave Me Fairest Flowers, Lady, When I Behold, O What Shall I Do?, Sweet Honey-Sucking Bees, Yet, Sweet, Take Heed, Weep, Weep, Mine Eyes.
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