Musicke of Sundrie Kindes (Thomas Ford)

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Title: Musicke of sundrie kindes, set forth in two bookes. The first whereof are, aries for 4 voices to the lute, orphorion, or basse-viol, with a dialogue for two voices, and two basse viols in parts tuned the lute way. The second are pavens, galiards, almaines, toies, jigges, thumpes and such like, for two basse-viols, the liera way

Composer: Thomas Ford

Publication date and place: 1607 by London: John Browne.


List of Works

1. Not full twelve yeares
2. What then is love
3. Unto the temple of thy beauty
4. Now I see thy looks were feigned
5. Goe passions
6. Come, Phyllis
7. Faire, sweet, cruell
8. Since first I saw your face
9. There is a Ladie
10. How shall I then
11. A Dialogue

 

Works at CPDL

Title Lyricist No. Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
Come, Phyllis 6 Secular Madrigals 4 TTBB
Faire, sweet, cruell 7 Secular Madrigals 4 TTBB
Now I see thy looks were feigned 4 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Since first I saw your face 8 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Unto the temple of thy beauty 3 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB