Hal Leonard

HL00740018

English Songs: Renaissance to Baroque

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    1. Composers: Francis Pilkington, Henry Lawes, George Frideric Handel, Thomas Morley, Tobias Hume, Thomas Campian, Henry Purcell, Thomas Arne, Philip Rosseter, Robert Jones, John Bartlet, Robert Johnson, Anonymous, George Munro, John Blow, John Dowland
    2. Instrumentation: Piano, Voice
    3. Work Language: English
    4. ISBN: 978-0-7935-4632-9
    5. Size: 9 x 12.0 inches
    6. Pages: 80

    Compiled and edited by Steven Stolen and Richard Walters, this collection has been specifically compiled to be extraordinarily useful to student singers. 17 composers are represented with historical information and 34 songs.

  • Contains the following pieces:
    1. Anonymous: Have You Seen But a White Lily Grow?
    2. Anonymous: Pastime With Good Company
    3. Anonymous: Willow Song
    4. Arne: Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind
    5. Arne: O Come, O Come, My Dearest
    6. Arne: Thou Soft Flowing Avon
    7. Arne: When Daisies Pied
    8. Bartlet: Whither Runneth My Sweetheart?
    9. Blow: Tell Me No More
    10. Campian: Fair, If You Expect Admiring
    11. Campian: Jack and Joan
    12. Dowland: Flow My Tears
    13. Dowland: Weep You No More, Sad Fountains
    14. Dowland: What If I Never Speed?
    15. Handel: Let Me Wander Not Unseen
    16. Handel: Come and Trip It
    17. Handel: Here Amid the Shady Woods
    18. Handel: Where E'er You Walk
    19. Hume: Fain Would I Change That Note
    20. R. Johnson: As I Walked Forth One Summer Day
    21. R. Jones: In Sherwood Lived Stout Robin Hood
    22. Lawes: How Happy Art Though
    23. Morley: It Was a Lover and His Lass
    24. Munro: My Lovely Celia
    25. Pilkington: Diaphenia
    26. Pilkington: Rest Sweet Nymphs
    27. Purcell: Hark! The Echoing Air
    28. Purcell: I Attempt from Love's Sickness
    29. Purcell: I'll Sail Upon the Dog Star
    30. Purcell: If music be the food of love
    31. Purcell: Nymphs and Shepherds
    32. Rosseter: When Laura Smiles