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:'''Edition notes:''' Edition prepared for the Fayrfax 2021 Quincentenary, generously supported by the Mercers' Company. Recorded by Ensemble Pro Victoria in March 2021 on the Delphian Label.
 
:'''Edition notes:''' Edition prepared for the Fayrfax 2021 Quincentenary, generously supported by the Mercers' Company. Recorded by Ensemble Pro Victoria in March 2021 on the Delphian Label.

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  • (Posted 2021-01-10)  CPDL #62339:     
Editor: Humphrey Thompson (submitted 2021-01-10).   Score information: A3, 3 pages, 53 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Edition prepared for the Fayrfax 2021 Quincentenary, generously supported by the Mercers' Company. Recorded by Ensemble Pro Victoria in March 2021 on the Delphian Label.

General Information

Title: Most clere of colour
Composer: Robert Fayrfax
Lyricist:

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: ATBar
Genre: SecularPartsong

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

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Original text and translations

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Most clere of colour and rote of stedfastness,
With vertu connyng her maner is lede,
Which that passyth my mynde for to express
Of her bounte, beaute and womanhode;
The bryghtest myrrour and floure ofgoodlyhed,
Which that all men knowith, both more and less;
Thes vertues byn pryntyd in her doutless.