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Chronological List of Printed Music Sources


Date Title/Selections Author   STC/Wing

1517

The Nature of the Four Elements
Time to pass with goodly sport

John Rastell

20722

1550

Booke of Common Praier Noted

John Merbecke

16441

1583

Seuen Sobs of a Sorrowfull Soule

William Hunnis

13975

1590

Selva di varia ricreatione
Je veu le cerf . . . boire à la fontaine

Orazio Vecchi

 

1595

First Book of Canzonets to two voyces

Thomas Morley

18119

1595 / 1600

First Booke of Balletts to five voyces
Now is the month of Maying
Sing we and chant it

Thomas Morley

18116

1596

A new Booke of Tabliture
Go from my window
How can the tree
Packington’s Pound
As I went to Walsingham

William Barley

1433

1597

A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musick

Thomas Morley

18133

1597

First Booke of Songes or Ayres
Away with these self-loving lads
Come again sweet love
Mistress mine well may you fare
Now O now I needs must part
Sleep wayward thoughts
Wilt thou unkind thus reave me

John Dowland

2488

1597

Cittharn Schoole
In Peascod time
Old Almain
Sick, Sick

Antony Holborne

13562

1598

Ayres
Come gentle swains
Faustina hath the fairer face

Michael Cavendish

4878

1599 / 1611

First Booke of Consort Lessons
Balowe
Go from my window
Mounsieur’s Almaine
Now O now I needs must part
O Mistresse mine

Thomas Morley

18131

1600

First Booke of Songes & Ayres
Can modest plain desire
Farewell dear love
Hero care not
If fathers knew but how
My mistress sings no other song
She whose matchless beauty
Women, what are they

Robert Jones

14732

1600

First Booke of Ayres
It was a lover and his lass
What if my mistress now
Will ye buy a fine dog

Thomas Morley

18115.5

1600

Second Booke of Songs or Ayres
Clear or cloudy
Flow my tears
O sweet woods
Sorrow stay
White as lilies was her face

John Dowland

7091

1601

Second Booke of Songs and Ayres
Dainty darling, kind and free
My love is neither old nor young
My thought this other night

Robert Jones

14733

1601

Booke of Ayres
I care not for these ladies
Mistress, since you so much desire
My love hath vow’d
My sweetest Lesbia

Philip Rosseter /
Thomas Campion

21332

1601–02

Le Nuove Musiche
Amor, io parto (Ma più)

Giulio Caccini

 

1602

Le Gratie d’Amore
Canario

Cesare Negri

 

1603

Schoole of Musicke
Bonny sweet Robin
Go from my window
Lantero
Lord Willobie’s Welcome (Rowland)
Walking in a country town

Thomas Robinson

21128

1603

Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires
Say love if ever thou didst find
The lowest trees have tops
Weep you no more
What poor astronomers

John Dowland

7096

1604

Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares
Lachrimæ (Flow my tears)

John Dowland

7097

1604

Songes of sundrie kindes
Inconstant Laura
What is beauty but a breath

Thomas Greaves

12210

1605

Ultimum Vale
Do not, O do not prize thy beauty
Go to bed sweet muse
Scinthia, queen of seas
Shall I look to ease my grief
Sweet if you like and love me still

Robert Jones

14738

1605

First Booke of Songs or Ayres
Beauty sat bathing

Francis Pilkington

19922

1606

Funeral Teares
In darkness let me dwell

John Coprario

5679

1606

Booke of Ayres
All my wits
I would thou wert not fair
What thing is love

John Bartlet

1539

1607

Musicke of Sundrie Kindes
Now I see thy looks were fained
There is a lady sweet and kind

Thomas Ford

11166

1608

Ayeres or Phantasticke Spirites
No no, though I shrink still
Since Robin Hood

Thomas Weelkes

25202

1608

Canzonets to Three Voyces
Slow, slow, fresh fount

Henry Youll

26108

1609

New Citharen Lessons
O Hone

Thomas Robinson

21127

1609

Pammelia
Ho, ho, nobody at home
Jolly Shepherd
Joy in the gates of Jerusalem
Love, love, sweet love
My Dame hath in her hutch
Now God be with old Simeon
O Portsmouth, it is a gallant town
Sing after fellows (Robin Hood)
Sing we now merrily

Thomas Ravenscroft

20759

1609

Deuteromelia
As it fell on a holy day
Give us once a drink
Loath to depart
Martin said to his man
Of all the birds
Tomorrow the fox will come to town
We be soldiers three
Willy, prithee go to bed

Thomas Ravenscroft

20757

1609

Lessons for Consort
Move now with measur’d sound
Now is the month of Maying

Philip Rosseter

21333

1609

A Musicall Dreame, or the Fourth Booke of Ayres
In Sherwood liv’d stout Robin Hood
My complaining is but feigning

Robert Jones

14735

1609

Ayres
Come my Celia
Drown not with tears
I am a lover
Shall I look to ease my grief
What shall I wish
Young and simple

Alfonso Ferrabosco, Jr.

10827

1610

Ayres to Sing & Play to the Lute
Fortune my foe
Think you to seduce me
Whoop do me no harm

William Corkine

5768

1610

The Muses Gardin for Delights, Or fift
Booke of Ayres
All my sense
My father fain would have me take
Walking by a river side

Robert Jones

14736

1610

A Musicall Banquet
In darkness let me dwell
To plead my faith

Robert Dowland

7099

1611

Melismata
I have house and land in Kent
Remember, O thou man
The Scriueners seruants Song of Holborne

Thomas Ravenscroft

20758

1612

Second Booke of Ayres
Away, away, away
Come live with me
Man like a prophet
My dearest mistress

William Corkine

5769

1613

Two Bookes of Ayres
The peacefull Westerne winde

Thomas Campion

4547

1614

A Briefe Discourse
By the moon we sport and play
Love for such a cherry lip
Round about, round about

Thomas Ravenscroft

20756

1614

The description of a maske
Bring away this sacred tree

Thomas Campion /
Nicholas Lanier

4539

1617

The Third and Fourth Booke of Ayres
Beauty, since you so much desire

Thomas Campion

4548

1641

First Book of Selected Church Musick
Call to Remembrance

John Barnard

B853

1644

Der Fluyten Lust-Hof
Come again
Daphne
Lachrimæ
Mall Sims
The Nightingale
Walking in a country town

Jacob van Eyck

 

1651, etc.

English Dancing Master
A Souldier’s Life
Bonny Broome
Daphne
Goddesses
Heart’s Ease
Jog on
Paul’s Steeple
Pepper’s Black
Stingo
The Fryar and the Nun
Tom Tinker
Upon a Summer’s day
Up Tailes all
The Shepherds Daughter (1653)
Cushion Dance (1686)
The fit’s come on me now (1686)

John Playford

P2477

 

 

 

 

 

 

P2468A
P2473

1653

Ayres and Dialogues
Dearest do you not delay me

Henry Lawes

L638

1656

Choyce Drollery: Songs & Sonnets

R. P.

C3916

1659 / 1660

Cheerful Ayres
Come hither you that love
Have ye any work for the Sowgelder
Turn, turn thy beauteous face

John Wilson

W2908

1663

Musicks Hand-Maid
The Canaries or the Hay

John Playford

P2492

1672

The Musical Companion
Cast your caps and cares away
Let the bells ring

John Playford

P2490

1680

Synopsis of Vocal Musick

A. B. Philo-Mus

B32

1685

The Division Violin
Paul’s Steeple (Duke of Norfolk)

John Playford

D1742

1686

Pleasant Musical Companion
John Dory

John Playford

P2499aA

1687

Vinculum Societatis
Bring out your cony-skins

Samuel Ackroyd

V458

1517

The Nature of the Four Elements
Time to pass with goodly sport

John Rastell

20722

1550

Booke of Common Praier Noted

John Merbecke

16441

1583

Seuen Sobs of a Sorrowfull Soule

William Hunnis

13975

1590

Selva di varia ricreatione
Je veu le cerf . . . boire à la fontaine

Orazio Vecchi

 

1595

First Book of Canzonets to two voyces

Thomas Morley

18119

1595 / 1600

First Booke of Balletts to five voyces
Now is the month of Maying
Sing we and chant it

Thomas Morley

18116

1596

A new Booke of Tabliture
Go from my window
How can the tree
Packington’s Pound
As I went to Walsingham

William Barley

1433

1597

A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musick

Thomas Morley

18133

1597

First Booke of Songes or Ayres
Away with these self-loving lads
Come again sweet love
Mistress mine well may you fare
Now O now I needs must part
Sleep wayward thoughts
Wilt thou unkind thus reave me

John Dowland

2488

1597

Cittharn Schoole
In Peascod time
Old Almain
Sick, Sick

Antony Holborne

13562

1598

Ayres
Come gentle swains
Faustina hath the fairer face

Michael Cavendish

4878

1599 / 1611

First Booke of Consort Lessons
Balowe
Go from my window
Mounsieur’s Almaine
Now O now I needs must part
O Mistresse mine

Thomas Morley

18131

1600

First Booke of Songes & Ayres
Can modest plain desire
Farewell dear love
Hero care not
If fathers knew but how
My mistress sings no other song
She whose matchless beauty
Women, what are they

Robert Jones

14732

1600

First Booke of Ayres
It was a lover and his lass
What if my mistress now
Will ye buy a fine dog

Thomas Morley

18115.5

1600

Second Booke of Songs or Ayres
Clear or cloudy
Flow my tears
O sweet woods
Sorrow stay
White as lilies was her face

John Dowland

7091

1601

Second Booke of Songs and Ayres
Dainty darling, kind and free
My love is neither old nor young
My thought this other night

Robert Jones

14733

1601

Booke of Ayres
I care not for these ladies
Mistress, since you so much desire
My love hath vow’d
My sweetest Lesbia

Philip Rosseter /
Thomas Campion

21332

1601–02

Le Nuove Musiche
Amor, io parto (Ma più)

Giulio Caccini

 

1602

Le Gratie d’Amore
Canario

Cesare Negri

 

1603

Schoole of Musicke
Bonny sweet Robin
Go from my window
Lantero
Lord Willobie’s Welcome (Rowland)
Walking in a country town

Thomas Robinson

21128

1603

Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires
Say love if ever thou didst find
The lowest trees have tops
Weep you no more
What poor astronomers

John Dowland

7096

1604

Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares
Lachrimæ (Flow my tears)

John Dowland

7097

1604

Songes of sundrie kindes
Inconstant Laura
What is beauty but a breath

Thomas Greaves

12210

1605

Ultimum Vale
Do not, O do not prize thy beauty
Go to bed sweet muse
Scinthia, queen of seas
Shall I look to ease my grief
Sweet if you like and love me still

Robert Jones

14738

1605

First Booke of Songs or Ayres
Beauty sat bathing

Francis Pilkington

19922

1606

Funeral Teares
In darkness let me dwell

John Coprario

5679

1606

Booke of Ayres
All my wits
I would thou wert not fair
What thing is love

John Bartlet

1539

1607

Musicke of Sundrie Kindes
Now I see thy looks were fained
There is a lady sweet and kind

Thomas Ford

11166

1608

Ayeres or Phantasticke Spirites
No no, though I shrink still
Since Robin Hood

Thomas Weelkes

25202

1608

Canzonets to Three Voyces
Slow, slow, fresh fount

Henry Youll

26108

1609

New Citharen Lessons
O Hone

Thomas Robinson

21127

1609

Pammelia
Ho, ho, nobody at home
Jolly Shepherd
Joy in the gates of Jerusalem
Love, love, sweet love
My Dame hath in her hutch
Now God be with old Simeon
O Portsmouth, it is a gallant town
Sing after fellows (Robin Hood)
Sing we now merrily

Thomas Ravenscroft

20759

1609

Deuteromelia
As it fell on a holy day
Give us once a drink
Loath to depart
Martin said to his man
Of all the birds
Tomorrow the fox will come to town
We be soldiers three
Willy, prithee go to bed

Thomas Ravenscroft

20757

1609

Lessons for Consort
Move now with measur’d sound
Now is the month of Maying

Philip Rosseter

21333

1609

A Musicall Dreame, or the Fourth Booke of Ayres
In Sherwood liv’d stout Robin Hood
My complaining is but feigning

Robert Jones

14735

1609

Ayres
Come my Celia
Drown not with tears
I am a lover
Shall I look to ease my grief
What shall I wish
Young and simple

Alfonso Ferrabosco, Jr.

10827

1610

Ayres to Sing & Play to the Lute
Fortune my foe
Think you to seduce me
Whoop do me no harm

William Corkine

5768

1610

The Muses Gardin for Delights, Or fift Booke of Ayres
All my sense
My father fain would have me take
Walking by a river side

Robert Jones

14736

1610

A Musicall Banquet
In darkness let me dwell
To plead my faith

Robert Dowland

7099

1611

Melismata
I have house and land in Kent
Remember, O thou man
The Scriueners seruants Song of Holborne

Thomas Ravenscroft

20758

1612

Second Booke of Ayres
Away, away, away
Come live with me
Man like a prophet
My dearest mistress

William Corkine

5769

1613

Two Bookes of Ayres
The peacefull Westerne winde

Thomas Campion

4547

1614

A Briefe Discourse
By the moon we sport and play
Love for such a cherry lip
Round about, round about

Thomas Ravenscroft

20756

1614

The description of a maske
Bring away this sacred tree

Thomas Campion /
Nicholas Lanier

4539

1617

The Third and Fourth Booke of Ayres
Beauty, since you so much desire

Thomas Campion

4548

1641

First Book of Selected Church Musick
Call to Remembrance

John Barnard

B853

1644

Der Fluyten Lust-Hof
Come again
Daphne
Lachrimæ
Mall Sims
The Nightingale
Walking in a country town

Jacob van Eyck

 

1651, etc.

English Dancing Master
A Souldier’s Life
Bonny Broome
Daphne
Goddesses
Heart’s Ease
Jog on
Paul’s Steeple
Pepper’s Black
Stingo
The Fryar and the Nun
Tom Tinker
Upon a Summer’s day
Up Tailes all
The Shepherds Daughter (1653)
Cushion Dance (1686)
The fit’s come on me now (1686)

John Playford

P2477

 

 

 

 

 

 

P2468A
P2473

1653

Ayres and Dialogues
Dearest do you not delay me

Henry Lawes

L638

1656

Choyce Drollery: Songs & Sonnets

R. P.

C3916

1659 / 1660

Cheerful Ayres
Come hither you that love
Have ye any work for the Sowgelder
Turn, turn thy beauteous face

John Wilson

W2908

1663

Musicks Hand-Maid
The Canaries or the Hay

John Playford

P2492

1672

The Musical Companion
Cast your caps and cares away
Let the bells ring

John Playford

P2490

1680

Synopsis of Vocal Musick

A. B. Philo-Mus

B32

1685

The Division Violin
Paul’s Steeple (Duke of Norfolk)

John Playford

D1742

1686

Pleasant Musical Companion
John Dory

John Playford

P2499aA

1687

Vinculum Societatis
Bring out your cony-skins

Samuel Ackroyd

V458



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