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Greaves, Mason, Earsden

Ian Spink

Greaves, Mason, Earsden

Songs (1604) and Ayres (1618).

by Ian Spink

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Published by Stainer & Bell, American agents: Galaxy Music Corp in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Songs with harpsichord -- To 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Acc. edited from the lute tablature for keyboard instrument.

    SeriesThe English lute songs -- ser. 2, v. 18, English school of lutenist song writers -- v. 18.
    ContributionsGreaves, Thomas, fl. 1604., Mason, George, fl. 1610-1617., Earsden, John.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 score (ix, 48 p.) ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19391036M

    INDIVIDUAL LUTE COMPOSERS. It would be an impossible task to catalogue every recording, and every printed or online edition of every piece by the most famous composers, such as Dowland or Bach, in tablature, let alone in staff notation editions. administration bond, penal sum £80; Ralph ARKLE, of Earsden DPRI/3//B 24 October will bond, penal sum £; Ralph PURDY, miller, of Emery Crook Mill, Thame Bridge in the County of Durham.

    EARSDEN, John. English musician and madrigalists. Works: The Ayres that were Sung and Played at Brougham Castle in Westmorland, in the Kings Entertainment. Composed by Mr. George Mason and Mr. John Earsden. Collections: Ayres () (English School of Lutenist Song Writers, 2nd Ser., v. 18) EAST, Michael (?). English musician and. Mason, George, and John Earsden The ayres that were sung and played, at Brougham Castle in Westmerland (London: Thomas Snodham ) - songs in French tablature for course lute and voice in staff notation Online facsimile: Online modern tablature edition, complete: or partial: Printed facsimile, publisher: Printed modern tablature edition.

    MASON, George, th c. [& John Earsden] The Ayres that were Sung and Played at Brougham Castle Edited by David Greer. English Lute Songs, A Collection of Facsimile Reprints, London, 2/ 26 x 37 cm, iii, 20 pp. Line-cut of . Full text of "A catalogue of the publications of the Record series, " See other formats.


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Greaves, Mason, Earsden by Ian Spink Download PDF EPUB FB2

English Madrigal Verse, [Sternfeld FE et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revised and Enlarged by Frederick W. Sternfeld and David Greer. Poems by Richard Alison, Thomas Bateson, John Bennet.

Thomas Greaves, George Mason, John Earsden: Editor: Ian Spink: Contributor: Ian Spink: Publisher: Stainer & Bell, Length: 48 pages: Subjects: Songs with continuo Songs with keyboard instrument Songs with lute Songs with piano: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. In addition to editing Purcell, he also produced new editions in the English Lute Song series by Robert Johnson (), Thomas Greaves, George Mason and John Earsden () and Alfonso Ferrabosco Author: Margaret Laurie.

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One of the great strengths of this book is that the author, a graduate in English literature as well as a well-qualified 3 Matthew Locke and Christopher Gibbons: Cupid and Death, ed.

Dent, rev. Lewis, Musica Britannica 2 (London, 2/). Modern edition in Greaves, Mason, Earsden: Songs () and Ayres (), ed. Spink, The. The "moving wall" represents the time period Earsden book the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue Earsden book a journal.

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ENGLISH LUTE SONGS - Mason/Earsden J. - Ayres that were Sung & Played at Brougham Castle ENGLISH LUTE SONGS - Maynard, J.

- The XII Wonders of the World, ENGLISH LUTE SONGS - Morley, T. - The First Book of Ayres, ENGLISH LUTE SONGS - Pilkington, F. - The First Booke of Songs or Ayres, Let us in a lovers’ round (Mason and Earsden) Like two proud armies marching in the field (Weelkes) Lo.

country sport that seldom fades (Weelkes) Lo. when back mine eye (Campion) Long have I lived in Court (Maynard) Love is a bable (Jones) Love not me for comely grace (Wilbye) Love’s god is a boy (Jones) Two appear later in the book as five-part madrigals.

A further six are provided with alternate four-part settings, and the book ends with eight madrigals. Greaves' Songes of sundrie kindes() include solo songs, consort songs ('for the Viols and Voyce') and five-part madrigals.

There are distinct echoes of Cavendish's book here, even direct. From GEORGE MASON's and JOHN EARSDEN's Airs that were sung and played at Brougham Castle in Westmoreland in the King's Entertainment given by the Earl of Cumberland, Let us in a lovers' round Circle all this hallowed ground; Softly.

Handlist of publications of, or about, music printed in England before If a work is undated the date is italicised. The handlist does not give every detail about the publications (that information can be found elsewhere) but presents an overview of music publishing in England.

Earsden, John: Ayres (); Greaves, Thomas: Songs of Sundrie Kindes (); Mason, George: Ayres () £ Songbooks by Corkine and Mason & Earsden set out complete texts of some but not all stanzaic lyrics; those by Greaves and Cavendish print a number of the lyrics separately at the end of the book.

Chronological List of Tablatures from the 's. T he following chronological list includes existing plucked-string tablatures fromas well as sources known to have existed that are now lost. Note that the list contains primarily music in some form of lute or guitar tablature, not music in staff notation that might possibly have been played on the lute or other plucked string.

GREAVES, Thomas, th c. MASON, George, th c. [& John Earsden] The Ayres that were Sung and Played at Brougham Castle Edited by David Greer. English Lute Songs, A Collection of Facsimile Reprints, London, 2/ 26 x 37 cm, iii, 20 pp.

Line-cut of the London, edition. The Marsh Lute Book, c Martyn's book is based on two preceding works of arachnology from the 19th century- Albin's A natural history of spiders and other curious insects () and Clerck's Svenska spindlar ().

MARTYN revised and condensed both texts, as well as illustrating both anew in outstanding beauty, using bright hand-colour. The Burgundian School is a term used to denote a group of composers active in the 15th century in what is now northern and eastern France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, centered on the court of the Dukes of school also included some English composers at the time when part of modern France was controlled by England.

The Burgundian School was the first phase 20th century: (–). This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Naylor, E. W., An Elizabethan Virginal Book: being a Critical Essay of the Contents of a Manuscript in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge () (reprint ) _____, Notes on Old London City Churches, etc.

() _____, An Elizabethan Virginal Book of the PeriodTaken Chiefly from the MS of Henry Lefaer () Neighbour, O. Two appear later in the book as five-part madrigals. A further six are provided with alternate four-part settings, and the book ends with eight madrigals. Greaves' Songes of sundrie kindes () include solo songs, consort songs ('for the Viols and Voyce') and five-part madrigals.

There are distinct echoes of Cavendish's book here, even direct.Full text of "Lyrics from the song-books of the Elizabethan age" See other formats.History of English Music was completed inand published in September The edition was sold out several years since, but various causes, besides the World War, have combined to delay the reissue till a full quarter of a century after the original appearance.