The first set of English madrigalls to 4-6 voyces (George Kirbye)

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General Information

Publication date and place: 1597

Composer: George Kirbye

For 4 voices

For 5 voices

For 6 voices

Works at CPDL

Title Year No. Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
Ah, cruel hateful fortune 1597 19 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
Ah sweet, alas! when first I saw 1597 7 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Alas! what hope of speeding 1597 2 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Farewell, my love 1597 5 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
I love, alas, yet am I not beloved 1597 20 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
If pity range with beauty 1597 18 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Lo! here my heart I leave 1597 1 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB
Mourn now, my soul 1597 8 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Must I part, O my jewel? 1597 21 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
O heavens 1597 13 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
See what a maze of error 1597 17 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
She that my plaints 1597 10 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Sleep now, my muse 1597 6 & 24 Secular Madrigals 4 and 6 SSAT
Sorrow consumes me 1597 12 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Sound out, my voice 1597 9 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Sweet love, O cease thy flying 1597 15 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
That muse which sung 1597 16 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Up then, Melpomene 1597 22 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
What, shall I part thus unregarded 1597 11 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
What can I do, my dearest 1597 3 Secular Madrigals 4 SSTB
Why should I love? 1597 14 Secular Madrigals 5 SSATB
Why wail we thus? 1597 23 Secular Madrigals 6 SSATTB
Woe am I, my heart dies 1597 4 Secular Madrigals 4 SATB