Reliquary Of English Song - Volume 1 (1250-1700)

Reliquary Of English Song - Volume 1 (1250-1700)

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano Solo, Voice (PF/VCE)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Catalogue #: GS32614


Until the advent of the great lieder writers of Germany, England had a heritage of song reckoned to be the richest in Europe. Much of this material has disappeared, however this book aims to present some of the best-known folk- and art- songs of 1250-1700.

Reliquary Of English Song - Volume 1 is a fantastic collection of over 50 traditional English songs and tunes that also includes a wealth of text, illustrations, diagrams and notes that help to explain the collection and examples, and to fill the gaps in the history. A excellant research resource or simply as a rare repertory.

Click on a song below to find all titles, including compilations, that contain it.
About The Sweet Bag Of A Bee [Lawes, Henry]
Ah! The Syghes That Come Fro' My Heart
Arise Ye Subterranean Winds [Purcell, Henry]
Awake Sweet Love
Barbara Allen [Dowland, John]
Beauty And Love
Cease O My Sad Soul
Come Again Sweet Love [Purcell, Henry]
Come Lovely Phillis [Dowland, John]
Dido's Lament [Lawes, Henry]
Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May [Purcell, Henry]
Have You Seen But A White Lily Grow [Lawes, William]
Hence Hence, With Your Trifling Deity
How Happy Art Thou [Purcell, Henry]
I Attempt From Love's Sickness To Fly [Purcell, Henry]
I Do Confess [Lawes, Henry]
I Live Not Where I Love
I Pass All My Hours [Humphrey, Pelham]
I Prethee Send Me Back My Heart [Lawes, Henry]
If The Quick Spirit Of Your Eye [Lawes, Henry]
It Was A Lover And His Lass [Morley, Thomas]
Let Us Dance Let Us Sing [Purcell, Henry]
Liliburlero [Purcell, Henry]
Little Love Serves My Turn [Lawes, Henry]
Love Will Find Out The Way
Next Winter Comes Slowly [Purcell, Henry]
Now Is The Month Of Maying [Morley, Thomas]
Now, O Now I Needs Must Part [Dowland, John]
Nymphs And Shepherds [Purcell, Henry]
Once I Loved A Maiden Fair
Pastime With Good Company
Phillida And Coridon
Phillis On The New-made Hay
Phillis Talk Not More Of Passion [Purcell, Daniel]
Phillis Why Should We Delay [Lawes, Henry]
Sally In Our Alley
Shepherd, Shepherd, Leave Decoying [Purcell, Henry]
Sumer Is Icumen In
The British Grenadiers [Lawes, Henry]
The Hunt Is Up
The Knotting Song [Purcell, Henry]
The Self-banished [Blow, John]
The Three Ravens
The Willow Song
Tobacco's But An Indian Weed
Wert Thou More Fairer Than Thou Art [Wilson, John]
What If A Day
When I Have Often Heard [Purcell, Henry]
When The King Enjoys His Own Again
Why Should'st Thou Sweare I Am Forsworn
Wronge Not Deare Epress Of My Hearte

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Format: Mixed Songbook
Length: 116 pages
Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer
Editor: Frank Hunter Potter

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