Private Musicke (Peerson, Martin)

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Editor Christian Mondrup (b. 1947)
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Work Title Private Music
Alternative. Title Private Musicke. Or the First Booke of Ayres and Dialogues. Contayning Songs of 4. 5. and 6. parts, of severall sorts, and being Verse and Chorus, is fit for Voyces and Viols. And for want of Viols, they may be performed to either the Virginall or Lute, where the proficient can play upon the Ground, or for a shift to the Base Viol alone. All made and composed, according to the rules of Art, by M. P. Batchelar of musicke.
Composer Peerson, Martin
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: P 1135
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 24 songs:
  • Of 4 parts
1. Open the door
2. Resolved to love
3. Ah were she pityful
4. Disdain that so doth fill me
5. O precious time
6. Can a maid
7. O I do love
8. Since just disdain
9. At her fair hands
10. Now Robin laugh and sing
11. Hey the Horn
12. Upon my lap my sovereign sits
13. Look up fair lids
14. Love her no more
  • Of 5 parts
15-16. Come pretty wag and sing / Then with reports most sprightly
17. Pretty wantons, sweetly sing
18. Sing, love is blind
19. What need the morning rise
20-21. Gaze not on youth / True pleasure is in chastity
22. The spring of joy is dry
  • Of 6 parts
23. Is not that my fancy's queen?
24. See, O see, who is here come a-maying
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1620 or before
First Publication. 1620 - London: Thomas Snodham
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, viols