Welcome to the companion website for The Matter of Song in Early Modern England: Texts in and of the Air, by Katherine R. Larson.
Click the links below to listen to fourteen pieces performed by solo soprano (the author) and lute (Lucas Harris)
|Piece number||Piece title||Composer|
|1||“My father faine would have mee take a man that hath a beard”||Robert Jones|
|4||“Bright Aurelia”||Charles Coleman|
|5||“Go thy way”||Anon.|
|6||“If ever hapless woman had a cause”||John Bartlet|
|7||“Mrs. M. E. her Funerall teares for the death of her husband”||John Danyel|
|8||“Come my Lucatia”||Henry Lawes|
|9||“In vaine, faire Cloris”||Mary Dering|
|10||“Oh mee, the time is come to part”||Anon.|
|11||“Love grown proud”||John Wilson|
|12||Was I to blame”||Alfonso Ferrabosco|
|13||“Sweet Echo”||Henry Lawes|
|14||“Resound my voice”||John Attey|
No sample material is currently available for this title.