Music and society in early modern England

Marsh, Christopher W., 1964-

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  • Creator Christopher Marsh
  • Format Books; Sound Recordings
  • Contributors
  • Publication New York : Cambridge University Press, [2010] ©2010
  • Physical Details
    • xiii, 609 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
  • ISBNs 9780521898324, 0521898323
  • OCLC ocn605019363
  • Credits
    • Selections on accompanying disc performed by The Dufay Collective, with invited guests

Notes

  • CD track list with program notes, lyrics and musical examples: p. 526-555.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • CD. Rough music : in Burton-on-Trent, 1618 -- Kemp's jig, 1599 -- Almain / by Thomas Strengthfield -- Yes, I could love / by Thomas Brewer -- Troule the bowle to me -- Spanish pavan / arr. by Francis Pilkington -- Fortune / arr. by John Dowland -- Let Mary live long -- Farinells ground -- The farther be in the welcomer -- Excerpt from A carol for innocents day : to the tune of As at noon Dulcina rested -- Excerpt from A merry caroll for the same day : to the tune of The Spanish pavan -- Kepe the widow waking : to the tune of The blazing torch -- Weep, weep -- Excerpt from Rocke the babie Joane : to the tune of Under and over -- Excerpt from A lamentable dittie composed upon the death of Robert Lord Devereux : to the tune of Welladay -- Excerpt from An excellent song wherein you shall finde great consolatiojn for a troubled mind : to the tune of Fortune my foe -- Excerpt from Miraculous newes from the cittie of Holdt in Germany : to the tune of The lady's fall -- Excerpt from A merry new catch of all trades : to the tune of The cleane contrary way -- Excerpt from The Godly end, and wofull lamentation of one John Stevens : to the tune of Fortune -- Excerpt from The successful commander : to the tune of Let Caesar live long -- Excerpt from The successful commander : to the tune of If love's sweet passion -- Excerpt from The king enjoyes his own again-- -- Excerpt from A dialogue betwixt Tom and Dick : to the tune of I'll never love thee more -- Excerpt from Two pleasant ditties, one of-- the passion of Christ : to the tune of Dulcina -- Excerpt from A proverbe old, yet nere forgot : to the tune of Dulcina -- Excerpt from The merry forester : to the tune of With a fadding -- Excerpt from The famous orange : to the tune of The pudding -- Excerpt from Thomas you cannot : to a new tune -- Excerpt from A new-yeeres-gift for the Pope : to the tune of Thomas you cannot -- Excerpt from My dog and I : to the tune of Bobbing Joan -- Verses to the tune of Jamey -- Excerpt from The Winchester wedding : to the tune of The king's jig -- Medley of dance tunes -- Stanes morris -- Maid's morris -- York psalm tune -- Four-part setting of Psalm 119 -- Congegational rendition of Psalm 29 : to the Low Dutch tune -- Psalm 12 : as sung by sailors in peril -- The twenty all over -- Plain bob minimus
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