Musica Scotica Vol II: Sixteenth-Century Scots Songs for Voice and Lute [download]

£12.50

edited by Kenneth Elliott

University of Glasgow Music Department 1996

164pp

ISBN 0 952 8212?1 4

 

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Musica Scotica Vol II: Sixteenth-Century Scots Songs for Voice and Lute [download]

edited by Kenneth Elliott

University of Glasgow Music Department 1996

164pp

ISBN 0 952 8212?1 4

Musica Scotica is a new series of scholarly editions of Early Scottish Music, published under the general editorship of Dr. Kenneth Elliott. Volume II is the first in a series that attempts to put ?Scots Songs? in a true historical context. It contains part songs arranged according to contemporary practice for solo voice and lute accompaniment. All of these are provided with lute tablature and keyboard transcriptions, many with ?divisions?. 29 songs with lute, plus six original 4-part versions, plus 24 fragments.

Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Editorial Method

Facsimiles

  1. Absent I am
  2. Adeu, O desie of delyt
  3. Alas that same sueit face
  4. Before the Greeks durst enterpryse
  5. Departe, departe
  6. Evin dead, behold I breathe
  7. How shall a young man
  8. How auld my febill body fure?
  9. In a garden so green
  10. In throu the windoes
  11. Into a mirthfull May morning
  12. Lyk as the dum Solsequium
  13. Melancholie, great depute of despair
  14. My Bailful briest
  15. My inward heart doth only knaw
  16. Nou let us sing
  17. No wonder is suppose
  18. O Lord my God, to thee I cry
  19. O lusty May
  20. Remember me, my deir
  21. Remember rightly, when ye reid
  22. Richt soir opprest
  23. Sleepe not in syne / O Lord, consider
  24. So prays me
  25. The mighty God (Psalm 50)
  26. The time of youth
  27. What mighty motion
  28. Who shall my malady amend?
  29. Woe worth the time
  30. How shall a young man [original 4-part version]
  31. My inward heart, doth only knaw [original 4-part version]
  32. O Lord my God, to thee I cry [original 4-part version]
  33. Remember rightly, when ye reid [original 4-part version]
  34. Sleepe not in syne / O Lord, consider [original 4-part version]
  35. Who shall my malady amend? [original 4-part version]
  36. As euery flour doth spring in may [fragment]
  37. Cum my deer [fragment]
  38. Delay of gym he?s wrocht my wo [fragment]
  39. Even sighes I send [fragment]
  40. Giue marciall deidis [fragment]
  41. Hence hart with hit you must be gone [fragment]
  42. I die alaice through your disdaining [fragment]
  43. I love great God above [fragment]
  44. In pryll alon [fragment]
  45. In Sommer simliest and faire [fragment]
  46. Lantron of lowe [fragment]
  47. My loue his left me comfortless [fragment]
  48. My luiff [fragment]
  49. My plesour [fragment]
  50. Now fayre, fairest off every fayre [fragment]
  51. O cairfull catiue [fragment]
  52. O cum away my dearest dear [fragment]
  53. O loue thow art enraiged [fragment]
  54. Our god is our defender [fragment]
  55. Pansing in spreit [fragment]
  56. Present now must I bee [fragment]
  57. Whairfoir is this my lady suet [fragment]
  58. With mynd opprest I cry to the [fragment]
  59. Ye pearce my hart [fragment]

List of Sources

Abbreviations

Critical Commentary