A Collection of 24 Songs by English Composers of the 17th and 18th Centuries (Arkwright, Godfrey Edward Pellew)

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Oxford: Parker & Son, 1908.

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Work Title A Collection of 24 Songs by English composers of the 17th and 18th centuries
Alternative Title From Lawes to Linley
Composer Arkwright, Godfrey Edward Pellew
Movements/Sections 24 songs
  1. Lawes: How happy thou and I
  2. Lawes: Desperato's Banquent
  3. Lawes: Come lovely Phillis
  4. Lawes: Anacreon's Ode (I long to sing)
  5. Lawes: Night and Day
  6. Blow: The Fair lover and his Black mistress
  7. Blow: Boasting fops
  8. Purcell: Stript of their green
  9. Purcell: If music be the food of love
  10. Purcell: Celia has a thousand charms
  11. Purcell: I see she flies me
  12. Leveridge: Advice
  13. Boyce: Momus's Song (Thy sword within the scabbard)
  14. Boyce: Venus's Song (Calms appear)
  15. Boyce: Ye nymphs of the plain
  16. Boyce: Rail no more ye learned asses
  17. Arne: O come, o come my dearest
  18. Arne: To Delia
  19. Arne: Hail immortal Bacchus
  20. Arne: Arise sweet messenger of morn
  21. Arne: The school of Anacreon
  22. Linley: Dear to my soul is Damon's love
  23. Linley: Ah! Dearest maid
  24. Linley: False Delia adieu
First Publication 1908
Language English
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Voice, piano
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