Pammelia (Thomas Ravenscroft)

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Pammelia cover sheet

General Information

Title: Pammelia. Musicks Miscellanie. Or, Mixed Varietie of Pleasant Roundelayes, and delightfull Catches, of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Parts in one.

Publication date and place: 1609 by William Barley in London.

Editor: Thomas Ravenscroft

Misc.: A book of 100 rounds and catches, from 3 to 11 voices, likely all arranged or otherwise collected by Thomas Ravenscroft. Piece 74 is subtitled "A round of three country dances in one."

Facsimile:

List of works

# Title Voices
1 Hey hoe, to the greene wood let us goe 3
2 O My fearfull dreames never forget shall I 3
3 Jolly shepherd and upon a hill as he sate 3
4 All in to service let us ring 3
5 New oysters new 3
6 Oken leaves in the merry wood so wilde 3
7 Now God be with old Simeon 3
8 Well fare the Nightingale 3
9 Follow me quickly, Jack is a pretty boy 3
10 Now kisse the cup cofen with curtesie 3
11 New oysters, new walefleet oysters 3
12 All in to service, the belles toles 3
13 Hey down a downe, behold and see 3
14 Miserere nostri Domine 3
15 Pietas omnium 3
16 Intende voci Orationis 3
17 Haec est vita aeterna 3
18 Miserere nostri Domine 3
19 O prayse the Lord ye that feare him 3
20 The Nightingale, the mery Nightingale 3
21 The old dogge, the jolly olde dogge 3
22 Joan come kisse me now 3
23 My Dame has in her hutch at home 3
24 Goe no more to Brainford 3
25 Dame lend me a loafe 3
26 I am a thirst, what would I say 3
27 There lies a pudding in the fire 3
28 Hey downe a downe downe 3
29 What hap had I to marry a shrow 3
30 Hey downe downe 4
31 Ut, re, me, fa, sol, la 4
32 Miserere mei Deus 4
33 Conditor Kirie omnium 4
34 In te Domine speravi 4
35 Exaudi Domine 4
36 Ora & labora 4
37 Quicquid petieritis 4
38 Cantate Domino canticum novum 4
39 Mane nobiscum 4
40 Emitte lucem tuam 4
41 Fides est anima vita sicut 4
42 Descendet Christus de caelo 4
43 Ascendit Christus in coelum 4
44 Adiuva nos Deus 4
45 O Lord of whom I do depend 4
46 Attend my people and give care 4
47 O Lord in thee is all my trust 4
48 O Lord turne not away thy face 4
49 Adieu seul soit houneur 4
50 Celebrons sans cesse 4
51 Sanct escriture te propa se 4
52 Douce aboire alle bon companion 4
53 As I me walked in a May Morning 4
54 The white Henne she cackles and layes in the puddles 4
55 The wind blowes out of the west 4
56 Jacke boy, ho boy newes 4
57 Blow thy horne thou jolly hunter 4
58 Banbury Ale 4
59 A miller would I be 4
60 Birch and greene holly 4
61 The Larke Linit and Nightingale 4
62 Trole, trole, trole the bole to me 4
63 Now Robin lend to me thy bow 4
64 Farewell mine owne sweet heart 4
65 Fay mi, fa re la mi, beginne my sonne and follow mee 4
66 Musing mine owne selfe all alone 4
67 To Portsmouth, it is a gallant towne 4
68 Come drinke to mee, and I will drinke to thee 4
69 Lets have a peale for John Cooke's soule 4
70 Sing we this roundelay merrily my mate 4
71 Ut, re, mi, fa, me re, ut, hey Jerry derry sing and be merry 4
72 Lady come downe and see the Cat 4
73 Love, sweet love, for evermore farewell to thee 4
74 Sing after fellowes / Robin Hood said little John / Now foote it as I do / The crampe is in my purse full sore 4
75 Come follow me merily my mates 5
76 White wine and suger is good drinke for mee 5
77 Libera me Domine 5
78 Universa transeunt 5
79 Vias tuas domine demonstra 5
80 Fides est anima vita sicut 5
81 Si non pavisti occidisti 5
82 Verbum Domini manet 5
83 Sing you after me, and as I sing sing yee 5
84 Jinkin the jester was wont to make glee with Jarvis the Jugler 5
85 Hey, ho, no body at home 5
86 Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la 5
87 Let Lobcocke leave his wife at home 5
88 Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la 5
89 Keepe well your ray my lads 5
90 How should I sing well and not be weary 5
91 Joy in the gates of Jerusalem 6
92 Laudate nomen Domini 6
93 Domini Fili Dei 6
94 Benedic Domine nobis 6
95 Now thanked be the great God Pan 6
96 Laudate nomen Domini 7
97 Lets have a peale for John Cookes soul 8
98 Delicta quis intelligit 8
99 Hey hoe what shall I say, Sir John hath carried by wife away 9
100 Sing we now merily our purses be empty hey ho 10-11