Thesaurus musicus (Hudgebut, John)

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1st Book

Publisher. Info. London: John Hudgebut, John Carr, John Money, 1693.
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Royal College of Music Library, London (GB-Lcm): D62/1
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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for Henry Playford and John Money, 1694.
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Publisher. Info. London: John Hudgebut, John Carr, John Money, 1695.
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Misc. Notes Wanting title and index pages. Royal College of Music Library, London (GB-Lcm): D62/3
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Publisher. Info. London: John Hudgebutt, John Carr, Daniel Dring, 1695.
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Publisher. Info. London: John Hudgebutt, Samuel Scott, Daniel Dring, 1696.
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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall, 1693-1696.
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Work Title Thesaurus musicus
Alternative. Title
Composer Hudgebut, John
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's see below
Book 1
  1. Henry Purcell - Tho' you make no return to my passion, from The Maid's Last Prayer
  2. Henry Purcell - Tell me no more, from The Maid's Last Prayer
  3. Samuel Akeroyde - 'Tis pity Myrtilla you should be a wife
  4. Samuel Akeroyde - Beauty first the heart inspires
  5. Raphael Courteville - To convent streams or shady groves
  6. Robert King - Catch for 3 voices. Jack, whither so fast?
  7. Samuel Akeroyde - Ah friends how happy are we
  8. Robert King - What beastly to drink!
  9. Nicholas Staggins - Tell me thou fairest of all thy whole sex
  10. Thomas Tollett - Such command o'er my fate
  11. Samuel Akeroyde - That scornful Silvia's chains I wear
  12. Samuel Akeroyde - Why wonders beauteous Cloris
  13. (Henry Purcell) - Fye Jocky never prattle meer so like a loon, from The Richmond Heiress
  14. Samuel Akeroyde - Fond virgins run into the snare
  15. Samuel Akeroyde - The Queen of Beauty loved a swain
  16. Henry Purcell - Of noble race was Shinking, from The Richmond Heiress
  17. Unattributed - To yonder sweet delicious shade
  18. Raphael Courteville - Where Phæbus with his kindest look
  19. John Barrett - I wonder what those lovers mean
  20. Robert King - A Scotch Song. Ere time had run so long a race
  21. Henry Purcell - And in each track of glory since
  22. Robert King - How long must women wish in vain
  23. Unattributed - 14 untitled tunes for 2 treble instruments, including:
    1. attr. Robert King - untitled air
    2. attr. Robert King - untitled air
    3. attr. John Banister - untitled air
    4. untitled air
  24. Henry Purcell - Catch for 3 voices. Down, down with Bacchus
Book 2
  1. Henry Purcell - Sawney is a bonney bonney lad, from The Prince of Baden
  2. John Eccles - Young I am and yet unskill'd, from Love Triumphant
  3. Gottfried Finger - Think not sighs or tears can move
  4. Henry Hall - Enchanted by your voice
  5. Robert King - 'Tis love that always strikes the fire
  6. Henry Purcell - Cinthia frowns when e'er I woo her, from The Double Dealer
  7. Mr Bowman - Ancient Phillis has young graces, from The Double Dealer
  8. Robert King - When on her eyes
  9. Henry Hall - In vain, in vain my fair Silvia
  10. Henry Hall - While, Galathea, you design to gain a conquest
  11. Henry Purcell - When first I saw the bright Aurelia's eyes, from Diocletian
  12. Henry Purcell - Since from my dear., from Diocletian
  13. Raphael Courteville - Lucinda is young and she's witty
  14. Simon Pack - That your beauty may be lasting
  15. Solomon Eccles II - Stubborn church-division, folly and ambition, from The Richmond Heiress
  16. Henry Purcell - Sound a parly yee fair and surrender, from King Arthur
  17. John Eccles - What state of life can be so blest, from Love Triumphant
  18. Henry Purcell - How happy's the husband. from Love Triumphant
  19. Henry Purcell - Leave, leave these useless arts, from Epsom House
  20. John Banister - 2 tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. Boree
    2. Minuet
  21. James Paisible - Tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. untitled
    2. Paspe
    3. untitled air
    4. Hornpipe
    5. Round O
    6. Slow Air
  22. Robert King - Tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. Round O
    2. Minuet
    3. Gavet
  23. Unattributed - 2 tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. Trumpet
    2. untitled
Book 3
  1. Henry Purcell - Good neighbour why, from The Canterbury Guests, or the Bargain Broken
  2. Henry Purcell - The Knotting Song. Hear's not my Phillis
  3. Henry Purcell - I sighed, from The Fatal Marriage
  4. John Eccles - Appear all, from The Rape of Europa by Jupiter
  5. John Eccles - Still, still I'm grieving, from The Rape of Europa by Jupiter
  6. John Eccles - Give then, royal maid, from The Rape of Europa by Jupiter
  7. Unattributed (John Eccles?) - At London che've bin
  8. John Eccles - Tormenting passion leave my breast, from The Lancashire Witches
  9. John Eccles - Thus, thus you may be as happy as we, from The Lancashire Witches
  10. Raphael Courteville - From envy and ambition free
  11. Henry Purcell - See, see where repenting, from The Married Beau
  12. John Eccles - Why, oh why, from The Ambitious Slave
  13. Raphael Courteville - Under how hard a fate
  14. Raphael Courteville - Phillis we're not griev'd
  15. Henry Purcell - Lads and lasses, blith and gay, from Don Quixote, Part 2
  16. John Eccles - Then beauteous nymph look from above, from The Lancashire Witches
  17. arranged by Thomas D'Urfey - A Scotch Song. Waa is me, what mun I do
  18. Unattributed - See, see, oh! see Corinna's tears
  19. James Hart - In this happy smiling shade
  20. Unattributed - 10 untitled tunes for 2 treble instruments, including
    1. untitled air
  21. James Hart - Corinna, we allow you fair and youthful
Book 4
  1. arranged by Thomas D'Urfey - (Mr Lane's Maggot). Strike up, drowsie gut-scrapers
  2. Robert King - Cease, cease fond Amintas
  3. Gottfried Finger - While I with wounding grief did look, from Don Quixote
  4. Henry Purcell - Lucinda is bewitching fair, from Abdelazar
  5. Simon Pack - Ask me not to sing
  6. Unattributed - How happy are we nymphs and swains
  7. Gottfried Finger - Celia whose charms the ev'ry move
  8. Unattributed - Had Melanissa gently swayed
  9. Unattributed - A New Scotch Song. Sawney, let us gang away
  10. Robert King - Strephon why would you deceive me
  11. Robert King - Epithalamium. The lazy sun withdraws at last
  12. Robert King - Whilst on Melanissa gazing
  13. Unattributed - Let the women be gone
  14. Unattributed - None would roughly keep the field
  15. Gottfried Finger - Our hearts are touch't with sacred fires
  16. Raphael Courteville - No more, no more I'll seek relief
  17. William Turner - Ah! cruel youth, why hast thou took
  18. Unattributed - Hopeless I languish out my days
  19. John Eccles - A nymph and swain, from Love for Love
  20. John Eccles - The Sailors Song. A soldier and a sailor, a tinker and a tailor, from Love for Love
  21. Henry Purcell - Two daughters of this aged stream are we
  22. Mr Robart or Mr Picket - The consort of the sprinkling lute, Mr. Picket's Song, sung at St. Cecilia's Feast, by Mr. Robart
  23. Unattributed - Insulting beauty, you misspend your frowns
Book 5
  1. Gottfried Finger - I promis'd Sylvia to be true
  2. Daniel Purcell - 'Tis vain, 'tis vain to fly
  3. Henry Purcell - To arms, to arms, from Bonduca
  4. Henry Purcell - Britons, strike home, from Bonduca
  5. John Eccles - Full of the God, from The Lovers Struck
  6. Johann Wolfgang Franck - Go home, go home, unhappy wretch, from The Lover's Last Shift
  7. Gottfried Finger - I tell thee, Charmion, could I time retrieve, from Love for Love
  8. Robert King - When Cynthia did by various ways
  9. Mr R. W. - Well, Charista, then, said I
  10. Gottfried Finger - My suit will be over, my fire will decline
  11. Gottfried Finger - In a dark and lonely den
  12. Gottfried Finger - Unhappy 'tis that I was born
  13. William Williams - Belinda, change, change your fickle mind
  14. William Williams - Unjustly Phillis you accuse your slave, from The Ridiculous Lovers
  15. William Williams - How peaceful the days are, how pleasant the nights
  16. John Eccles - Let us revel and roar, from The Lover's Luck
  17. Robert King - Why Phillis must your anger try
  18. Henry Purcell - Lovely, lovely Albina, The last Song that Mr. Henry Purcell Sett before he Dy'd.
  19. John Banister - Tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. Simphony. Slow.
    2. Trumpet Minuet. Round O.
    3. Minuet
    4. Minuet
    5. A March
    6. untitled
    7. Saraband
    8. Minuet
  20. James Paisible - Tunes for 2 treble instruments
    1. Minuet
    2. untitled
    3. untitled
    4. Minuet
  21. Daniel Purcell - What ungrateful devil move you!
First Publication. 1693
Librettist Various, mainly unattributed. Includes:
Jo. O.
Sir Ed. S. [Spenser?]
Mr Heningham
Charles Sedley (1639-1701)
J. F.
Thomas D'Urfey (1653-1723)
William Congreve (1670-1729)
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-2 voices; 1-2 voices and continuo (mostly unfigured); 2 recorders or treble instruments; 1-2 voices, chorus, continuo; 3 equal voices

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Composers: Henry Purcell, Samuel Akeroyde, Dr. Nicholas Staggins, Mr. Thomas Tallot (Thomas Tollett), John Barrett, John Eccles, Gottfried Finger (Godfrey Finger), Henry Hall, Robert King, Mr. Bowman, R. Courtivelle (Raphael Courteville, Colonel [Simon] Pack (1654-1701), John Banister, James Paisible (Pesable), William Turner, Mr. Robart, Daniel Purcell, Johann Wolfgang Franck (Mr. Francks), Solomon Eccles II, Mr. R. W., Mr. Williams (William Williams), Mr. James Hart.