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Nicholas Lanier: Complete Works 1 edition

Nicholas Lanier
Gordon J. Callon

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Nicholas Lanier: Complete Works

Published 1994 by Severinus Press (Boethius Editions) in Hereford, UK .

Table of Contents

Solo songs
1.A. Bring away this sacred tree
B. Weep no more my wearied eyes
2.Come, thou glorious object of my sight
3.Do not expect to hear
4.Fire, fire
5.I was not wearier
6.I wish no more
7.Like hermit poor
8.Love and I of late did part
9.Mark how the blushful morn
10.Neither sighs, nor tears
11.No more shall meads be deck’d with flowers
12.Nor com’st thou yet (Hero’s complaint to Leander)
Hero and Leander, according to Roger North, writing in his (first) "Musicall Grammarian", was composed shortly after Lanier’s return from his travels in Italy, 1625-28. The stylistic features of the cantata would support this claim. North also states that "The King was exceedingly pleased with this pathetick song, and caused Lanneare often to sing it, to a Consort attendance while he stood next, with his hand upon his shoulder." In his second "Musical Grammarian" North once more comments on the cantata and quotes the opening measures, set in the bass clef. Taking North’s statements at face value, Peter Holman (Director of The Parley of Instruments) has prepared a reconstruction of Hero and Leander for baritone and strings.
13.O Amantissime Domine
14.Of thee kind boy, I ask no red and white
15.Qual musico gentil
16.Silly heart forbear
17.Stay, silly heart
18.Thou art not fair for all thy red and white
Dialogues
1.Collin, say, why sit’st thou so
2.I prithee keep my sheep for me
3.Shepherd in faith I cannot stay
4.Tell me shepherd
Part songs
1.A. Amorosa pargoletta [à 3]
B. Amorosa pargoletta [solo voice with theorbo]
2.Misera pastorella
3.A. No, no, I tell thee no [à 3]
B. No, no, I tell thee no [solo voice with thoroughbass]
4.Sweet, do not thus destroy me
5.Though I am young
6.Young and simple though I am
Instrumental music
1.Almond [Allemande]
2.Saraband
3.Symphonia, G minor
4.Symphonia, G major
Other
1.[Canon:] Thus, thus at last [from Self Portrait]
2.[Arrangements:] Have you any work for the sowgelder, ho [from Wilson] In guilty night (The Witch of Endor) [from Ramsey]
3.[Poetry by Lanier:] An Imperfect Ode, to his Sacred Majesty, for the New Year, 1665

The Physical Object

Format
Section sewn, laminated card covers; 12 x 8 1/2 inches
Pagination
xxiv, 198
Number of pages
220

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25104676M
ISBN 10
0 86314 224 9

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