INDEX OF WORKS BY NAMED COMPOSERS (or arrangers) of music current in Shakespeare’s time

Compilers of anthologies are not here distinguished from composers, so that, for instance, settings of popular tunes for 4 or 5 part consort can reasonably be considered their own compositions, reflecting John Cutts (CU194) reference to the important contribution to this repertory in the form of keyboard pieces by Giles Farnaby where he notes that some attributed works may be as arranger rather than composer. Titles of works which show the status or rank of a person are listed under family name, e.g. DOWLAND ‘My Lady Hunsden’s Puffe’ under letter H in the list of works by that composer. Where more than one reference is given, full bibliographical detail together with musical incipit will be found under the serial numbers between 1 and 417, otherwise under the number printed in bold.


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EAST, Michael And I as well as thou, à 3 654
c1580-1648
EAST, Thomas Lamentation (Hymn for a widower) 244a
c1540-1608
EDWARDS, Richard Awake ye woeful wights 42b, 1078
1524-1566 When grypinge griefes (attrib.) (32e), 282
When May is in its prime 1440
ENCINA, Juan del Una sañosa porfia, villancico 1035, 1461
1468-1529 Triste España sin ventura 1036, 1462
ESTRÉES, Jean d’ Branle gay à 4; à 5 571; 588
d.1576 Les Bouffons (‘The Buffens’) à 4 106b
Pavane Les Quercade à 4 95, 1225
La Rocha el fuso 836
Tintelore d’Angleterre 75b
EYCK, Jacob van Bouffons 106b
c1583-1657 Excuse moy 353c


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FANTINI, Girolamo Battle calls, trumpet 517-9
1600-c1675 Entrata imperial 108a, 250
FARNABY, Giles MB vol. 24. FARNABY Keyboard works F MB
c1560-c1620 Alman (now ascribed to Hooper) 222 437
Bonny Sweet Robin (also attrib. to Byrd) 128 35 48a, 1371
His conceit, see Farnaby’s conceit
Corranto (now ascribed to Hooper) 228 309
Daphne 112 36 191d, 1453
His Dreame, pavan 194 50 1301
Fantasias, keyboard 129, 208 5, 9 795, 794
Farnaby’s conceit, alman 273 52 447, 635
Fayne would I wedd 197 57 193
Flatt pavan (John Johnson set by Farnaby)284 15 1275
Galiardo 269 20 855
A Gigge, jig 267 27 223a, 986, 1398
Gigge-a-gogge (now attrib. to Ward) 141 203b
Giles Farnaby’s Dreame, Rest and Humour, see separate entries
His Humour 196 53 147, 1306, 1526
Kempe’s Morris (Muscadin) 293 38 39b, 145, 1303
The King’s Hunt 53 49 415e
Loth to depart, ballad setting 230 41 28b, 1351
Mall Sims 281 37 332d
A Masque (also in Brade BN43) 198 31 308e i, 1135
A Masque (as ‘Mascarada’ in Simpson) 199 32 308e ii, 1136
A Masque (Cuparee or Gray’s Inn, i.e. Coperario Masque for the Inner Temple) set by Farnaby 209 33 303e iii, 1137, 1143
Meridian alman 291 24 448
Muscadin or Kempe’s morris 293 38 39b, 145, 1193
New Sa-hoo 148 45 1129
Old Spagnoletta 289 29 1464
Pavan (Robert Johnson , set by Farnaby) 39 14 1245, 1275
Pawles wharfe, variations 113 46 1399
Put up thy dagger Jemy 127 44 341, 723
Quodlings delight (similar to ‘Fain would I wed’) 114 42 193, 696
His Rest, galliard 195 51 856, 1302
Robin (Bonny Sweet Robin) 128 35 48a, 1371
Rosasolis 143 47 989
Rosseter’s galliard (set by Farnaby) 283 21 857
Lord Souche’s mask, set by Farnaby 239 34 225a
Spagnioletta 54 30 1465
Tell mee Daphne 280 43 170c
Tower Hill 245 26 109e, 987, 1200
A Toye 270 28 29b, 1484
Up tails all 242 48 219g, 276a
Why aske you 286 39 1260, 1513
Woodycock see Ward, John 141 40 203b
Lord Zouches maske, see under Souch above
FARNABY, Richard Fayne would I wedd (after Campion) 197 57 193
c1594-1623 Hanskin (Jog on, jog on) 297 58 405a
Nobodyes Jigg (Gigge) (or Fleet Street) 149 56 306b, 355b, 990, 1199
FARRANT, Richard Ah, alas ye salt sea gods, (‘Abradad’) consort song (214), 1431
c1530-1580
FERRABOSCO, Alman 478
Alfonso jr. Dovehouse pavan 1259
c1575-1628 Fain I would, lute song 1104
Four note pavan à 5
If all the ages of the earth 10e
Spanish pavinge [sic], 2 lutes 142a, 1070
Who is Sylvia 370e
FESTA, Costanzo 2 Contrapunti sopra il canto fermo (La Spagna) à 5 506
c1490-1545
FORD, Thomas Sigh no more ladies à 3 (also attrib. to John Wilson) 230b
c1580-1648 Since first I saw your face, lute song 1105
FRANCK, Melchior Intrada à 6 108b
1580-1639
FRESCOBALDI, Bergamasca à 4 215b, 361, 4594
Girolamo 1583-1643 Canzona on ‘Ruggiero’ 120c, 203c
Courantes 666
FUENLLANA, Miguel de Fantasia de redobles, guitar 796, 1469
early 16th c.-c1579


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GABRIELI, Andrea Aria del Bataglia à 8 515
1533-1586
GALLIARDELLO, Mark Antoine’s galliard 112
Marco Antonio. d1585
GERVAISE, Claude Allemande 422
c1510 – after 1558 Le bon vouloir: pavane 1276
Branle de Bourgogne à 4 602A
Branle de Poitou à 4 23b, 589, 1369
Galliarde de la guerre 832
Gaillarde (untitled) 831
Passamezzo antico (Pavanne passamaize & galliard) 1271-2
Pavane (as a processional) 1357
Pavane de la guerre, à 4 (after Jannequin) & galliard 510-1
Pavane d’Angleterre avec sa galliarde, à 4 (‘Heaven and earth’) 1273-4
La Venissienne, pavane à 4 961, 1236
La Volunté, basse danse 502
GHISELIN, Johannes La Spagna, à 4 506
fl. 1491-1535
GHIZEGHEM, Hayne Allex regretz 1004A
von c1445-1476/97 Hélas Madam à 3 (with 4th part added by Henry VIII) 1004
GIBBONS, Orlando Ah, dear Heart à 5 649
1583-1625 Alman (Allemande) in D minor 449
Coranto in A minor, F major 5663, 671
The Fairest nymph, masque 1139
Fantasia of foure parts 769
A French ayre 825
Go from my window, ballad setting (attributed) 354f
Go from my window, variations, keyboard 898
Now every flow’ry bank of May, madrigal 1176
Pavanes 336c i-ii, 1261-2
The Queen’s command (attrib. Cosyn) 634
The Lord of Salisbury his pavan 336b i, 1299
The Lord of Salisbury his galliarde 336b ii, 1300
The Silver swan à 5 650
Tom’s a-cold poor naked Bedlam (Cries of London) 130a
Whoop do me no harm: variations 410
The woods so wilde 15b, 913
Ye fairest nymphs, masque dance 1139
GILES, Thomas Triumph now with joy 21c, 22e, 311a
c1538-1634
GREAVES, Thomas Fear no more the heat of the sun 32f
fl. 1604 What is beauty but a breath, lute song 244d
GUÉDRON, Pierre The French tune, lute 827, 1130
1570/75-1619/20


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