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Ward, John: First Set of Madrigals (1613)


Edited Edmund Fellowes. Revised Thurston Dart
Note: Print on demand. Spiral-bound A4

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A satyr once did run away (SSAT)
Come, sable night (SSATTB)
Die not, fond man (SSAA (or T) TB)
Flora, fair nymph (SSAT (or A) B)
Fly not so fast (SSA)
Free from Love’s bonds (SSA (or T) B)
Go, wailing accents (SSA)
His heart his wound received (SSA)
Hope of my heart (SSATB)
How long shall I? (SST (or A) B)
I have entreated (SSAATB)
If the deep sighs (SSATTB)
In health and ease am I (SSA (or T))
Love is a dainty (SSAT)
My true love hath my heart (SSA)
O divine love (SSAA (or T) TB)
O my thoughts, surcrease (SAA (or T) T (or B))
O say, dear life (SSA (or T))
Oft have I tender’d (SSAT (or A) TB)
Out from the vale (SSAT (or A) BB)
Phyllis, the bright (SSATB)
Retire, my troubled soul (SSATBB)
Sweet Philomel (SSATB)
Sweet pity, wake (SST (or A) B)
There’s not a grove (SSAT (or A) TB)
Upon a bank of roses (SSATB)
Weep forth your tears (SSATTB)
Ye sylvan nymphs (SSA (or T) T (or B) B)

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