Collection of Italian canzonets with English words in four parts (SATB), with table of contents.
British Library K.3.i.10.
RISM B/I, 159723
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Anerio, Felice, ca. 1560-1614, composer. Bassano, Giovanni, fl. 1585-1615, composer. Croce, Giovanni, ca. 1557-1609, composer. Morley, Thomas, 1557-1603?, composer and editor. Vecchi, Orazio, 1550-1605, composer. Viadana, Lodovico da, ca. 1560-1627, composer. Short, Peter, d. 1603, printer. Tapsfield, Henry, dedicatee.
Now that each creature takes his rest / Giouanni Bassano -- Since that [the] time of fleeting / Giouanni Croce -- Lady let me behold euer your beauty / Giouanni Croce -- Lo Lady for your loue I feele this burning / Giouanni Croce -- Fine dainty girle delightsom / Giouanni Bassano -- White Lillies be her cheekes & shamefast Roses / Giouanni Croce -- Flora faire loue I languish / Felice Anerio -- My hart why hast thou taken / Thomas Morley -- Still it frieth, Yet my hart neuer dieth / Thomas Morley -- Kisse me mine owne Iewell / Giouanni Bassano -- Faine would I dye for verie shame and sorrow / Lodouico Viadana -- Come shepheards god come closly creeping / Horatio Vecchi -- Weary and windles running, eve[n] as a Deare / Horatio Vecchi -- Miraculous loues wounding / Felice Anerio -- Fast by a brooke I laid me / Horatio Vecchi -- When loe by breake of morning / Felice Anerio -- Long hath my loue bene kept fro[m] my delighting / Felice Anerio -- Pearle, Christal, gold and Ruby, Are sacred gifts too base / Felice Anerio -- Cease sheapheards cease I pray you / Felice Anerio -- Daphne the bright when frankly she desired / Giouanni Croce.