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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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RAVENSCROFT,All into service, à 3 Rp4, 1251, 52c
Thomas c1582-c1635As it fell on holie day, freeman song, à 3 Rd 1247e, 817
[Rb, Rd, Rm, Rp, see Key]Blow thy horn thou jolly hunter, à 4 Rp57943
Brooms for old shoes, à 4 Rm71324
Browning Madam, catch à 3 Rd9154d
By a banke as I lay, freeman song à 4 Rd19308c, 822
By hills and by dales, catch à 4 Rd29614
Come follow me merrily my mates, round à 5 Rp75143e, 620
Elves’ dance, à 4 Rb9 (Bennett)196 ii
Fairies’ dance, à 4 Rb6 (Robert Johnson) Rb6194a
The Great bell of Osney, freeman song, à 3 Rd 14818
He that will an alehouse keep, round à 3 Rm 15749
Hey downe a downe, catch à 3 Rp28/13, à 4 Rd31612-3
Hey ho to the greenwood, canon à 3 (attrib. Byrd) Rp 1908
Holde thy peace, knave, catch à 3 Rd10294b, 345a, 819
A Hunt’s up, à 4 (Bennett) Rb1302a, 940
I cannot come every day to woo (‘I have a house and land in Kent’) Rm22, see A wooing song of a yeoman of Kent’s son
Jack boy! Ho boy!, canon à 4 Rp56294a
Jenkin the jester, catch à 5 Rp84622, 631
Joan come kiss me now, à 3 Rp22106b
Joan quoth John287a
Jolly Shepherd à 3 Rp31136b
Loth to depart. See Sing with thy mouth
Malt’s come down, à 3 Rd 1510h. 750
Martin said to his man, freeman song, à 4 Rd 16821
Now Robin lend me thy bow, à 4 Rp6368d, 215d
Of all the birds, à 3 (Bartlett) Rd7154b, 155b, 363
Robin Hood, Robin Hood, said Little John, à 4 Rp74347b
Satyr’s dance, à 4 Rb7 (Robert Johnson)11, 415a, 1150
Sing after fellows, see ‘Robin Hood’
Sing with thy mouth…Loth to depart, round à 424a, 28a, 167a
Tell me John76b
There were three ravens, catch à 4 Rm20559, 615
Three blind mice, canon à 3 Rd13611
Tomorrow the fox will come to town, à 4 Rd20823, 944, 1498
Tosse the pot, à 4 Rb11247g
Trole, trole the bole, à 4 Rp62247f
Urchin’s dance, à 4 (Pearce) Rb8191b, 184c
Ut, re, mi, re, ut, à 4 Rp71619, 1525
Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, Hey downe, downe, à 4 Rd23 618, 1526
Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, Hey downe, downe sing you, à 5 Rp86 617, 1525
Wee be souldiers three, freeman song à 3 Rd3413b, 82
We be three poore mariners, freeman song à 3 Rd623c, 1428
Willie prithie go to bed à 4 Rd211498
A wooing song of a Yeoman of Kent’s son, Rm22287b
Yonder comes a courteous knight, à 4 Rd2266e, 824, 12-4
RICHARDSON,Pavane and galliard, The Battell (also attrib. to Bull)536-7
Ferdinando c1558-1618
ROBINSON, Thomas[Schoole of Musicke: 33 lute solos and 5 duets, 1603]
fl 1589-160931Bony sweet boy, lute48a
9Fantasia, 2 lutes784
11Galliard in G, lute886
(16, 28), 29, 32Gigues, lute969-974
14Goe from my window, lute354f
8Passamezzo galyard, 2 lutes1076
6A Plaine Song, 2 lutes1075
23The Queenes Gigge, lute975
1The Queen’s Goodnight, 2 lutes109d, 900, 1073
21Robin is to the greenwood gone, lute48
Robinson’s May, lute1058
16Rosasolis, (here, untitled Gigue), lute971, 989
3Row well, ye mariners403b, 1053
27Spanish pavane142a
10A Toy, lute duet1077
15, 19, 20, 22Toys, lute solo1491-4
2Twenty waies upon the bells, lute duet542, 1074
24Ut re mi fa sol la nine sundry ways, lute1522
25My Lord Willobies welcome home203a
ROSSETER, PhilipAnd would you see my mistress’ face, lute song32b
1567/8-1623Galliard, lute (also set by Farnaby F 195)857
Lessons for consort606
Masque music (Lupo, arr. Rosseter)1165-6
Now is the month of maying (Morley arr. Rosseter)1173
What is a day, what is a year, lute song1113
What then is love but mourning, lute song1114
When Laura smiles, lute song1115


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SCHEIDT, SamuelCantilena Anglica Fortunae, consort115b
1587-1654Canzon ad imitationem Bergamaska angl. à 5546
Galliard Battaglia537B
O nachbar Roland à 5, variations203a
Paduana hispanica142a
SCHOP, JohannThe noble man, masque dance à 3 (R. Johnson, arr.)1141
1590-1667Lachrymae pavan (after Dowland)31a
Pavaen de Spagne142a
SENFL, LudwigTandernaken à 497
1490-1543
SERMISY, ClaudinDont vient cela, chanson à 4500
de c1490-1562La Jouyssance vous donneray, chanson à 4499a
SIMPSON, Thomas[Taffel-Consort à 4 + bc, Hamburg, 1621]
1582-162520. Alman à 4 + bc474
19. Aria (related to Dowland’ Lady if you so spite me’) à 4 + bc1094
10. Aria (Dowland ‘Were every thought an eye’) à 4 + bc1101
29. Bonny sweet Robin, ricercar45a
37. Male content, consort à 4 + bc640, 1030
31. Mascarada
24. Satyrs’ dance, consort à 4 + bc (attrib. Robert Johnson)11, 415a
11, 39. voltes, consort à 41537-8
23. Volte de tambour1447, 1536
STONINGS, HenryBrowning my dear (Leaves be green) à 5154d, 155c
fl. c 1600
STROGERS, NicolasA doleful deadly pang, consort song(214), 1018
fl 1560-1575Fantasia, virginals16c, 787, 1201
Pandolpho.‘Pour down, you pow’rs divine.’ Consort song
(also attrib. Parsons)807
Pavane, lute; arr. 2 mandolins and piano1531c
SUMARTE, RichardWhoop, do me no harm124, 204e, 410
(SMART) 1577-after 1630
SUSATO, Tielman[Het derde musycke boexken: Danserye à 4. Antwerp, 1551]
1510/15-1570 or laterAllemandes424, 726
La bataille, pavan (after Jannequin)510, 1237
bergerettes; sse also Sans roche1450-2
(Parade des) Buffons106b
Danse du Roy725
Dans de Hercule oft maticine, branle106b, 566
Danses du berger (Sans roch)1450-1
Dont vient cela, basse danse and reprise (after Sermisy chanson)500
Hoboecken, brawl568
Il estoit une filette, ronde1381
Le joli bois, reprise911
Mille regrets, pavan1235, 1359
Mon amy, ronde1380
Mon désir, basse danse703
La Mourisque1186
Parade des Buffons106b
Pass e medio, pavan and reprie, Le pinque1218-9
Pourquoy, ronde and reprise1378-9
Quarter (Quatres) branles325b, 567
La Roque, basse danse501
Rondes no 6, no 9 (untitled)1382-3
(Ronde no 6 in triple time) and Saltarelle849, (1384), 1390
Sans roche, bergerette and reprise1450-1
Si pas souffrir, pavan1239
SWEELINCK, Jan PieterzsoonBallo del granduca1541
1562-1621Courante de Mars, keyboard827, 1130
Englyske fortuyn, keyboard182
Kemp’s Morris, variatons on a theme of Farnaby39b
Malle Sijmen, keyboard variations312d
Onder een Linde groene (All in a garden green)15d
Pavana hispanica142a
Pavana Lachrymae31a
Pavana Philippi1291
Poolsche dans (after Hausmann)1331
Ut re mi fa sol la, à 41519
Variations on a theme by Farnaby (Kemp’s morris’)391


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TALLIS, ThomasDorian service: Te Deum à 476b ii
1505-1585Jam lucis orto sidere, hymn verse, keyboard1353
O ye tender babes, keyboard13
[Te Deum à 5] Gloria Patri107b
Venite and Te Deum à 476 ii b
TAVERNER, JohnWestern wind à 231b
c1490-1545
TAYLOR, Mr [John?]Pavan and galliard1281-2
fl. 1557-68
THOMAS, StephenAllemaine (attrib. to R. Bateman)102
fl. 1621
TISDALE, WilliamClement Cotton, pavane1247
b1570.Fantasia, keyboard29c, 788
Pavana1246
TOMKINS, ThomasBarafostas Dream1454
1572-1656Musica divina à 6646
Pavan, consort à 5151e, 1248
Worster brawls603
TORRE, FranciscoAlta ‘La Spagna’ à 3506
de la. fl.1483-1504
TURBERVILLE,The death of a Bucke145, 938
George. fl. 1576horn call notations934-7
Old French hunting fanfare323, 939
TYE, ChristopherIn nomine XI à 5 Hould fast
c1505-c1572


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VALLET, NicolasLes secrets des muses (Secretum musarum), lute 1615
c1583-after 1642La battaille537A
Brandt yrland225a
Carillon du village541A
Chanson anglais (Barafoster’s Dream)201b
Courante de la Complainte689A
Ecossaise1424A
L’Espagnolle1471A
Est-ce Mars (also attrib. Guédron)827, 1130
Fortune angloise, (Allemande Fortune hélas pour quoi), lute182
Galliarde angloise and Reprinse245a
Galliarde du Compte Essex353c
Mall Sims332d
La Marinière1431A
La Mouresque1196
Onder der Lindengröne15d
Les Pantalons549
Pavagne d’Espagne no.1; no. 2 (en forme de complaint), lute203a
La Sarabande espagnole1050
Soet Robert, lute203a


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WARD, JohnWoodycock (F141; once attributed to Farnaby)203b, 710
1571-1638
WEELKES, ThomasThe Ape, the monkey and the baboon, ayre à 3481, 1171
1576-1623Come sirrah Jack ho…Fill the pipe once more, ayre à 31501
Hark, all ye lovely saints above917
In nomine, consort159
In pride of May, madrigal1177
New oysters, (Street cries of London)1473
Of all jolly pastimes…they cry bow-wow482
Since Robin Hood…the hobby horse was quite forgot39a, 1197
Strike it up, tabor, ayre à 31170
To shorten winters sadness, à 5643, 918
WHITFELDE, JohnThe English huntsuppe, lute1, 18, 948
1588-1616
WHYTHORNE,Buy new broome, consort song1473A
Thomas. 1528-96
WIGTHORPE, WilliamCome hither (Rowland), consort à 5203a
c1570-1610?Sorrow come, lend true repentant tears10830
WILBYE, JohnFrogg galliard, variations188b
1574-1638Ne reminiscaris, anthem, voice and viols489
Oft have I vowed à 5645
WILSON, John (=?Jacke)[Cheerful ayres; many songs also attributed to Robert Johnson, q.v.]
1595-1674/5Come thou father of the spring10b
Full fathom five (now attrib. Johnson)299
Hark, hark the lark (now attrib. Johnson)30
Lawn as white as driven snow à 4 (now attrib. Johnson)412a
Sigh no more ladies (Cutts: wrongly attrib.)230d
Take, o take (attrib.) c1610165
Where the bee sucks (now attrib. Johnson)316
WOODCOCKE, ClementBrowning my dere à 5 (Leaves be green)154d, 155c, 916
c1540-89Hackney, consort à 5639


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ZANETTI, GasparoAria del Gran Duca Fernando di Toscana1541
fl. 1626-45Ballo di Mantua (Cecilia pavan)1543
Spagnioletta à 41341, 1464

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