Invitation to Madrigals Book 2
Edited by Thurston Dart
20 madrigals for SATB by Bateson, Bennet, Byrd, Campion, Dering, Dowland, Edwards, Farmer, Farnaby, Ford, Jones, Morley, Peerson, Pilkington, Weelkes, Whythorne and Wilbye.
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BATESON, Thomas: Phyllis, farewell
BENNET, John: Weep, o mine eyes
BYRD, William: Deo gratias; Wounded I am
CAMPIAN, Thomas: Never weather-beaten sail
DERING, Richard: Dear love, be not unkind
DOWLAND, John: Wilt thou unkind?
EDWARDS, Richard: In going to my naked bed
FARMER, John: Fair Phyllis, I saw
FARNABY, Giles: Pearce did dance
FORD, Thomas: Since first I saw your face
JONES, Robert: Farewell dear love
MORLEY, Thomas: April is in my mistress’ face; Say gentle nymphs; Since my tears and lamenting
PEERSON, Martin: Lock up fair lids
PILKINGTON, Francis: Amyntas with his Phyllis fair
WEELKES, Thomas: Now every tree
WHYTHORNE, Thomas: I have ere this time
WILBYE, John: Adieu sweet Amarillis