The Second Set of Madrigals for 3-6 voices (John Wilbye)

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General information

Publication date and place: 1598 by Thomas Este in Venice.

Composer: John Wilbye

Facsimile: Reprint: London: Musical Antiquarian Society Publications, n.d. (ca.1840). Plate No. 2 [IMSLP]

List of works

# Title Voices
1. Come shepherd swains 3
2. Flourish ye hillocks 3
3. Ah! cruel Amarillis 3
4. So light is love 3
5. As fair as morn 3
6. O what shall I do? 3
7. I live, and yet methinks I do not breathe 3
8. There is a jewel 3
9. When Cloris heard 4
10. Happy streams, whose trembling fall 4
11. Change me, o heavens 4
12. Love not me for comely grace 4
13. Fly not so swift my dear 4
14. I love, alas! yet am not loved 4
15. As matchless beauty 4
16. Happy, Oh happy he 4
17. Sweet honey sucking bees (1st part) 5
18. Yet, sweet, take heed (2nd part) 5
19. All pleasure is of this condition 5
20. Oft have I vowed 5
21. Down in a valley as Alexis trips (1st part) 5
22. Hard destinies are love and beauty parted (2nd part) 5
23. Weep, weep mine eyes 5
24. There, where I saw her lovely beauty painted 5
25. Ye that do live in pleasures 5
26. A silly sylvan, kissing heav'n-born fire 5
27. O wretched man! why lov'st thou earthly life 6
28. Where most my thoughts (1st part) 6
29. Despiteful thus unto myself, I languish (2nd part) 6
30. Ah! cannot sighs nor tears 6
31. Draw on, sweet night 6
32. Stay, Corydon, thou swain 6
33. Softly O! drop mine eyes 6
34. Long have I made these hills and valleys weary 6

Works at CPDL

Title Year No. Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
A silly sylvan, kissing heav'n-born fire 1598 26 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Ah! cannot sighs nor tears 1598 30 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
Ah! cruel Amarillis 1598 3 Secular Madrigals 3 SSA
All pleasure is of this condition 1598 19 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
As fair as morn 1598 5 Secular Madrigals 3 SAT
As matchless beauty 1598 15 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Change me, O heavens 1598 11 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Despiteful thus unto myself, I languish 1598 29 Secular Madrigals 6 SSAATB
Down in a valley as Alexis trips 1598 21 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Draw on, sweet night 1598 31 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB,SSAATB
Fly not so swift my dear 1598 13 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Happy, Oh happy he 1598 16 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Happy streams, whose trembling fall 1598 10 Secular Madrigals 4 SSAT
Hard destinies are love and beauty parted 1598 22 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
I live, and yet methinks I do not breathe 1598 7 Secular Madrigals 3 SST
I love, alas! yet am not loved 1598 14 Secular Madrigals 4 SSTB
Long have I made these hills and valleys weary 1598 34 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
Love not me for comely grace 1598 12 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
O what shall I do? 1598 6 Secular Madrigals 3 SAT,SAB
O wretched man! why lov'st thou earthly life 1598 27 Secular Madrigals 6 SSAATB
Oft have I vowed 1598 20 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
So light is love 1598 4 Secular Madrigals 3 SST
Softly O! drop mine eyes 1598 33 Secular Madrigals 6 SSAATB
Stay, Corydon, thou swain 1598 32 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
Sweet honey-sucking bees 1598 17 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
There, where I saw her lovely beauty painted 1598 24 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
There is a jewel 1598 8 Secular Madrigals 3 SST
Weep, weep mine eyes 1598 23 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
When Cloris heard 1598 9 Secular Madrigals 4 SSAT
Where most my thoughts 1598 28 Secular Madrigals 6 SSAATB
Ye that do live in pleasures 1598 25 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Yet, sweet, take heed 1598 18 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB