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Partworks and Madrigals etc - List of available Works, by Composer

These Works are all in "UNemphasised" form, so if you want a version with a voice emphasised then, unless you're in luck and there is already a version of the relevant Work on the main Choral Composer List page, you'll have to do it yourself. You can use one of the "freebie" Midi-playing programs - Chris Hills' MidiPlay or Midisoft's Session, for example - referred to on (and downloadable from) the Home page and elsewhere in this Site.

Anon   Arcadelt   Archer   Arne  
Bartlet   Bateson   Batten   Bennet   Bishop   Blow   Brahms   Britten   Byrd  
Campian   Cavendish   Cornelius   Croft  
Debussy   Delius   Dering   Dowland  
East   Edwards   Elgar   Encina  
Farmer   Farnaby   Farrant   Finzi   Ford  
Gabrieli   Gardiner   Gastoldi   Gibbons   Gilbert&Sullivan   Greaves  
Hadley   Hassler   Haydn   Henry VIII   Hilton   Holborne   Howells  
Isaac  
Jeune (C Le)   Jones  
Kirbye  
Lassus  
Marenzio   Mascagni   Monteverdi   Morley   Mudd   Mundy (John)   Mundy (William)  
Parry   Parsons   Passereau   Pearsall   Peerson   Philips   Pilkington   Prez (J des)   Purcell E C  
Rachmaninoff   Ramsey   Reed   Rore  
Sandrin   Senfl   Sermisy   Sharp   Shephard   Stanford   Sullivan  
Tallis   Tomkins   Tye  
Vaughan Williams   Vautor  
Ward   Weelkes   Whythorne   Wilbye  
Youll  

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Anon Dindirin
Man, assay
The Ash Grove
Arcadelt (Jacob) Il bianco e dolce cigno
Margot, hasten to the vineyard
Archer (Malcolm) Ave Maria
Arne (T A) When daisies pied
Where the bee sucks
Bartlet (John) Of all the birds that I do know
Bateson (Thomas) Beauty is a lovely sweet
If love be blind
Love is the fire
Phyllis, farewell
Those sweet delightful lilies
Your shining eyes
Batten (Adrian) O praise the Lord
Bennet (John) All creatures now
Round about in a fair ring
Weep, O mine eyes
Bishop (Henry R) Foresters, sound the cheerful horn
Blow (John) Salvator Mundi
Brahms (Johannes) Nachtwache No 1
Britten (Benjamin) Five Flower Songs . .To Daffodils
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marsh Flowers
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Evening Primrose
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ballad of the Green Broom
Byrd (William) Ave verum corpus
Benedictus (from Mass for Three Voices )
Deo gratias
Haec Dies
Justorum Animae (The souls of the righteous)
Laetentur coeli
Lullaby, my sweet little baby
Miserere mei
Non nobis Domine
O quam glorioso
Sing joyfully
Teach me, O Lord
This day Christ was born
This sweet and merry month of May
Though Amaryllis dance
Upon a summer's day
Vigilate (Watch!)
Wounded I am
Campian (Thomas) Jack and Joan
Never weather-beaten sail
Cavendish (Michael) Come, gentle swains
Cornelius (Peter) So weich und warm
Croft (William) God is gone up
Debussy (Claude) Trois chansons de Charles d'Oleans 1. Dieu! qu'il la fait bon regarder!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. Quant j'ai ouy le tabourin
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Yver, vous n'estes qu'un villain
Delius (Frederick) Two unaccompanied partsongs To be sung of a summer night on the water - 1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To be sung of a summer night on the water - 2
Dering (Richard) Dear love, be not unkind
Factum est silentium
Love shooting
Dowland (John) Burst forth, my tears
By a fountain
Can she excuse
Come again
Come away, come, sweet love
Come, heavy sleep
Go, crystal tears
If my complaints
Fine knacks for ladies
Now, oh now I needs must part
Sleep, wayward thoughts
Sweet, stay awhile
Unquiet thoughts
Weep you no more, sad fountains
What poor astronomers
Wilt thou unkind
East (Michael) Follow me, sweet love
Poor is the life
Quick, quick, away, dispatch! .. (inc. No haste but good!)
Edwards (Richard) In going to my naked bed
Elgar (Edward) As torrents in summer
My love dwelt in a Northern land
There is sweet music
Encina (Juan del) Mas vale trocar
Farmer (John) Fair Phyllis I saw
A little pretty bonny Lass
Fair nymphs, I heard one telling
Take time
Farnaby (Giles) Blind love
Construe (Consture) my meaning
Pearce did dance
Farrant (Richard) Call to Remembrance
Hide not thy face
Lord, for Thy tender mercy's sake
Finzi (Gerald) My spirit sang all day
Ford (Thomas) Now I see thy looks were feigned
Since first I saw your face
Gabrieli Lieto godea
Gardiner Sir Eglamore
Gastoldi Amor vittorioso
Gibbons (Orlando) Ah, dear heart
Almight and everlasting God
Dainty fine bird
Drop, drop, slow tears
Hosanna to the Son of David
O clap your hands
O Lord, in Thy wrath
O that the learned poets
The Silver Swan
This is the record of John
Trust not too much, fair youth
What is our life?
Gilbert&Sullivan Merry Madrigal
Strange adventure
Greaves (Thomas) Come away, sweet love
Hadley (Patrick) My beloved spake
Hassler (Hans Leo) Tanzen und springen
Ach, Weh des Leiden
Haydn (Joseph) Die Harmonie in der Ehe
Henry Tudor (Henry VIII) Pastyme with good company
Hilton (John) Dear, may some other
Holborne (William) Change then, for lo she changeth
Howells (Herbert) A spotless Rose
Isaac (Heinrich) Innsbruch, ich muss dich lassen
Jeune (Claude Le) Revoici venir du printemps
Jones (Robert) Cherry ripe
Farewell, dear love
Kirbye (George) See what a maze of error
Lassus (Orlande de) Bonjour mon coeur
Chi chi li chi
La nuit froide et sombre
Matona, mia cara
Marenzio (Luca) Crudel perche mi fuggi
Scaldava il sol
Mascagni The Easter Hymn
Monteverdi (Claudio) O Mirtillo, Mirtillo, anima mia
Ohime se tanto amate
Lamento d'Arianna - 1: Lasciatemi morire
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 2: O Teseo, Teseo mio
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 3: Dove, dove e la fede
. . . . . . . " . . . . . . - 4: Ahi, che non pur risponde!
Morley (Thomas) April is in my mistress' face
Do you not know?
Fyer, Fyer!
Hard by a crystal fountain
I love, alas, I love thee
In ev'ry place
Leave, alas, this tormenting
My bonny lass she smileth
Now is the month of Maying
O fly not, love
O sleep, fond fancy
Say, gentle nymphs
Since my tears and lamenting
Sing we and chant it
Springtime mantleth every bough
Though Philomela lost her love
Whither away so fast?
Mudd (Thomas) Let Thy merciful ears
Mundy (John) As I went a-walking
Mundy (William) O Lord, the Maker
Parry (C Hubert H) Music, when soft voices die
Parsons (Robert) Ave Maria
Passereau (Pierre) Il est bel bon
Pearsall Lay a garland
Sing we and chaunt it
Who shall have my lady fair
Peerson (Martin) Lock up, fair lids
Philips (Peter) Ascendit Deus
Wherefore sit I complaining
Pilkington (Francis) Amyntas with his Phyllis fair
Rest, sweet nymphs
Prez (Josquin des) Mille regrets
Purcell (Edward C) Passing by
Rachmaninoff Ave Maria
Ramsey (Robert) Sleep, fleshly birth
Reed (...) Holy infant
Rore (Cipriano de) Ancor che col partire
Sandrin (Pierre) Douce memoire
Senfl (Ludwig) Ach Elslein, liebes Elslein
Sermisy (Claudin de) Au joli bois
Sharp (Cecil J) O No John!
Shephard (Richard) Never weather-beaten sail
Stanford (C V) The blue bird
Heraclitus
Sullivan (Arthur) The long day closes
Tallis (Thomas) If ye love me
O nata lux
Salvator Mundi
Tomkins (Thomas) Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers
I heard a voice
Music divine
O let me live
O yes! has any found a lad?
See, see, the shepherds' Queen
Too much I once lamented
When David heard
Tye (Christopher) Give almes of thy goods
Vaughan Williams (R) Linden Lea
Three Elizabethan Partsongs:- 1: Sweet Day
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2: The Willow Song
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. O mistress mine
Three Shakespeare Songs:- 1: Full Fathom Five
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2: The Cloud-capp'd Towers
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3: Over Hill, over Dale
Vautor (Thomas) Mother, I will have a husband
Sweet Suffolk owl
Ward (John) A satyr once
Come, sable night
In health and ease
Out from the vale
Weelkes (Thomas) Alleluia. I heard a voice
As Vesta was
Cease sorrows now
Come, sirrah Jack, ho!
Gloria in excelsis Deo
Hark, all ye lovely Saints
Hosanna to the Son of David
Late is my rash accounting
Lo country sports
Now every tree
O care, thou wilt despatch me .. (inc. Hence, care, thou art too cruel)
O Lord, arise
Since Robin Hood
Sing we at pleasure
Strike it up, tabor
Though my carriage be but careless
Thule, the period of cosmography .. (inc. The Andalusian Merchant)
Thus sings my dearest jewel
Tomorrow is the marriage day
When David heard
Whythorne (Thomas) I have ere this time
Wilbye (John) Adieu sweet Amaryllis
Change me, O heav'ns
Draw on, sweet night
Flora gave me fairest flowers
Lady, when I behold
O what shall I do?
Sweet honey-sucking bees .. (inc. Yet, Sweet, take heed)
Thus saith my Cloris bright
Weep, weep, mine eyes
Ye restless thoughts
Youll (Henry) Sweet Phyllis, stay


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