Title The treasury of musick / Henry Lawes.
Author Lawes, Henry, 1596-1662, composer.
Publication Ridgewood, N.J. : Gregg Press, 1966.
Description 1 score (3 volumes in 1) ; 32 cm
score rda
Call # Mu 783.11942 L
Note 124 songs for 1-3 voices with "theorbo-lute or basse-viol" accompaniment.
Facsimile reprint of the ed. published: London : John Playford, 1669.
Original t.p. reads: The treasury of musick : containing ayres and dialogues to sing to the theorbo-lute or basse-viol.
Includes indexes.
Staff notation.
Contents First book: About the sweet bag of a bee -- As I walkt forth one summers day -- Amor merere che d'amor merere -- Amidst the Mirtles as I walkt -- A Willow Garland thou didst send -- A lover once I did espy -- Ambitious love farewell -- Ask me why I send you here -- Bring back my comfort -- Bid me but live, and I will live -- Bright Aurelia I do owe -- By all the glories willingly I go -- Beauty and Love once fell at odds -- Brightest, since your pittying eye -- Come Lovers all to me -- Catch me a Star that's falling -- Come noble Nymphs do not hide -- Come from the Dungeon to the Throne -- Come my sweet while every strain -- Come Cloris leave thy wandring -- Change Platonicks, change for shame -- Come Adonis come away -- Come lovely Phillis since it thy will is -- Cloris farewell I now must go -- Cloris false love made Clora weep -- Come o come, I brook no stay -- Conbelfe gella de cretezza -- Dear leave thy home and come -- Dost see how unregarded now -- Fuggi Fuggi da lieti amanti -- Fain would I Cloris ere I dy -- Fain would I Cloris whom my heart -- Faith be no longer coy -- From hunger and cold -- Go and bestride the Southern wind -- Go little winged Archer and convey -- He that will love must be my Scholar -- He that loves a Rosie cheek -- How long shall I a Martyr be -- How cool and temp'rate am I grown -- How am I chang'd from what I was -- How happy ar't thou and I -- In vain fair Cloris you design -- If the quick spirit of your eye -- I love thee for the thy ficklenesse -- I do confesse thou art smooth and fair -- I prethee turn that face away -- I can love for an houre -- I am confrim'd a woman can -- In faith I cannot keep my sheep -- I wish no more thou shouldst love me -- I love a Lass but cannot show it -- I will not trust thy tempting Graces -- Like Hermit poore in pensive place -- Love I must tell thee Ile no longer -- Ladies you that seem so nice and cold -- Let longing Lovers sit and pine -- Ladies fly from Loves smooth tales -- Lay that sullen Garland by thee -- Little love serves my turn -- Let not thy Beuty make thee proud -- Mistake me not, I am as cold as hot -- Mans life is but vain, for tis -- No more blind Boy, for see my heart -- No, no, Fair Heretick -- No, no, I never was in love -- Of thee kind Boy I ask no red or white -- Phyllis why should we delay -- She that love me for my selfe -- Stay, stay, O stay, that heart I vow -- See see, how careless men are grown of late -- Silly heart forbear, those are murdering eyes -- Since love hath in thine and mine eye -- Take, O take those lips away -- 'Tis not i'th power for all thy scorn -- Thou art not fair for all thy Red -- Take heed fair Cloris how you tame -- Tell me not I my time mispend -- To love thee without flattery -- Tell me ye wandering Spirits of the Ayre -- Tell me not I dy, or that I live by thee -- Tell me no more her eyes are like -- Tis wine that inspires -- Victorious Beauty though your eyes -- Victoria, Victoria il micorae -- Wake my Adonis, do not dye -- Why dearest shoud you weep -- Why should thou swear I am forsworn -- Whilst I listen to thy voyce Cloris -- Wer't thou yet fairer than thou art -- What means this strangeness now of late -- When Caelia I intend to flatter you -- I prethee keep my sheep for me. A dialogue between Phyllis and Clorillo / M. Lanear -- Dear Sylvia let thy Thirsis know. A dialogue between Sylvia and Thirsis -- Did you not once Lucinda vow. A dialogue between a Shepherd & Lucinda / D. Coleman -- Come my Daphne come away. A dialogue between a Daphne and Strephon -- Forbear fond swain I cannot love. A dialogue between a shepherd and shepherdess -- Tell me Shepherd dost thou love. A dialogue between a shepherd and a Nymph -- Shepheard in faith I cannot stay. A dialogue between Strephon and Phyllis -- Vulcan, o Vulcan my love. A dialogue between Venus and Vulcan -- Charon, o gentle Charon. A dialogue between Charon and Philomel -- Thirsis kind swain come near. A dialogue between Thirsis and Damon -- To Bacchus we to Bacchus sing -- Bring out the cold chine -- He that a Tinker, a Tinker will be -- Fly Boys, fly Boy to the cellars bottom -- See, see the bright light shine -- Turn Amarillis to thy swain -- I wish no more thou shouldst love me -- Though I am young and cannot tell -- Come Cloris hie we to the Bowers -- When Troy Town for ten years -- From the fair Lavinian shoar -- Where the bees suck there suck I -- When love with unconfined wings -- Do not fear to put thy feet -- In the merry month of May -- O my Clarigga thou cruel fair -- Gather your rose buds -- Fear not Dear Love that I reveal -- Fine young folly though you were -- Sing fair Clorinda whilst you may -- Smiths are good fellows -- Musick thou Queen of Souls -- Now we are met lets merry be.
Second book: At dead low ebb of night -- Am I despis'd because you say -- A lover once I did espie -- Amarillis tear thy hair -- Art thou in love it cannot be -- Ah Cloris would the gods allow -- Admit thou darling of mine eyes -- Awake my lute, arise my string -- Ah mighty love what power unknown -- And must out tempers ever be at war -- Behold and listen whilst the fair -- Black maid complain not -- Boast not blind boy -- Be not proud pretty one for I must love -- Beauty have you seen a toy -- But that I knew before -- Careless of love and free from fear -- Cloris since first our calm -- Canst thou love me and yet doubt -- Come, come thou glorious object -- Come, come sad turtle -- Come my Lucatia -- Can so much beauty own a mind -- Cloris 'twil be for eithers rest -- Cruel Cloris did you know -- Clear stream who do with equal pace -- Cupid's no god a wanton child -- Dearst do not now delay me -- Death cannot extinguish -- Delicate beauty why should you disdain -- Disdain not fair one since we know -- Farewel fair Saint may not the sea -- Fire, loe here I burn -- For that one glance I wounded lye -- Fall dew of slumbers in a gentle stream -- Farewel despairing hope I'le love no more -- Gaze not on swans on whose -- Give me more love or more disdain -- Go lovely rose tell her that wasts -- Help, help O Divinity of Love -- Hark how the nightingale -- It is not that I love the less -- If when the sun at noon -- I prethe sweet to me be kind -- I laid me down upon a pillow -- I lov'd thee once I'le love no more -- I was foretold your rebel sex -- If you will love know this to be -- Indeed I never was but once so mad -- I never knew what Cupid meant -- If still Theora you wear this disguise -- I had a Cloris my delight -- If thou wilt know the reason why -- Ladies fly not from loves smooth tales -- Love me no more or else with scorn -- Mark how the blushful morn -- Madam your beauty I confess may -- Now, now Lucatia now -- No more of tears -- No more shall meads be deckt -- No more will I contemplate love -- Not that I wish my mistress -- No more fond love give o're -- No, no, I tell thee no though from thee -- Oh how I hate thee now -- On this swelling bank -- O King of Heaven and Hell -- O fairest lights whose clear aspect -- Oft have I searcht both court and town -- Pleasure, beauty, youth attend ye -- Poor Celia once was very fair -- Seek not to know my love -- Swift through the yielding ayr -- Still to be neat still to be drest -- Stay silly heart and do not break -- Sure 'twas a dream how long fond man -- She which would not I would chuse -- Strike sweet Licoris strike -- That flame is born of earthly fire -- Transcendent beauty thou that art -- Tell me no more 'tis love -- 'Tis Christmass now -- That herald was but a dull ass -- Thou sents to me a heart was crown'd -- The glories of our birth and state -- Though you are young and I am old -- Though Silvias eyes a flame coud raise -- The thirsty Earth sucks up the rain -- Venus redress a wrong -- Up ladies prepare your taking faces -- What shall I do I've lost my heart -- When this Flie lived -- When thou fair Cælia -- Whether so gladly and so fast -- Where shall a man an object find -- Why lovely boy why flyest thou me -- When I am dead and thou wouldst -- Wilt thou begon thou hartless man -- White though you be yet lillies know -- Will Cloris cast her sun-bright eye -- Wake all ye dead what hoo -- Well well 'tis true I now am fallen in love -- What conscience say is it in the -- When I taste my goblet deep -- Weep not my dear for I shall go -- Yes yes 'tis Cloris sings -- You that think love can convey -- Yes I could love, could I but find a mistress -- You ask my dear if I be well -- Dove Dove Corri mio Corri -- Intenerite voi -- Occhi Belleo've Imperai -- Acche [i.e. Ah che] Lasso Credero -- Sio moro, chi dira -- Amantea consiglio -- Si tocchi Tambuco -- Si guarde che puo -- Fugite, fugite -- De quei Belleocchi -- Sweet lovely nimph -- Why sighs thou shepherd -- Hast you nimphs -- Charon O Charon draw -- Charon O Charon hear -- This mossy bank they prest -- Shepherd well met.
Third book: As sad Amintor in a medow lay -- Alas poor Cupid! Art thou blind? -- Beauty once blasted with the frost -- Black as thy lovely eye or hair -- Chloris when e're you do intend -- Chloris now thou art fled away -- Did I once say that thou wert fair -- Fond woman thou mistak'st the marke -- Fain would I love but that I fear -- Forgive me love what I have done -- Go young man let my heart alone -- Go fair Enchantress -- Have you e're seen the morning sun -- In love, away, you do me wrong -- I prethee love take heed -- Let me alone, Ile love no more -- Love thee? Goodsooth not I -- Mourn, mourn with me all true -- Oft have I sworn Id'e love no more -- O now I find tis nought but fate -- O tell me love, o tell me fate -- See see my Chloris (on the Queens landing at Burlington) -- See Chloris, see how nature brings -- Stay ye greedy merchants, stay -- Take heed bold lover, do not look -- Though thou hast wit and beauty -- What wilt thou pine or fall away -- When shall I see my captive heart? -- Why up so early in the world? -- Among thy fancies tell me this -- Awake fair Floramell -- Come Amaryllis I am ty'd by oath -- I love a nymph -- Dear, throw that flatt'ring glass away -- Do not delay though -- Go Phœbus, clear thy face -- I have prays'd with all my skill -- If you can find a heart Sweet Love -- I prethee send me back my heart -- Once Venus cheeks Sure thou framed wert by art -- Trust the form of ayrie things -- When doth love set forth desire.
Subject Songs with lute.
Vocal duets with lute.
Vocal trios with lute.
Part songs, English.
Part songs, English. (OCoLC)fst01053960
Songs with lute. (OCoLC)fst01126217
Vocal duets with lute. (OCoLC)fst01168364
Genre Songs.
Part songs.
Addl. Author Playford, John, 1623-1686?, publisher.
Addl. Title Songs. Selections
Alt Title Ayres and dialogues to sing to the theorbo-lute or basse-viol
Related To Online version: Lawes, Henry, 1596-1662. Songs. Selections. Treasury of musick. Ridgewood, N.J. : Gregg Press, 1966 (OCoLC)598877306

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