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Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, Oxford, UK: Daniel, 4&deg; [text only]<br>
 
Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, Oxford, UK: Daniel, 4&deg; [text only]<br>
 
Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, Oxford, UK: Blackwells, 8&deg; [text only]<br>
 
Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, Oxford, UK: Blackwells, 8&deg; [text only]<br>
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Warlock, P. ed, 1923, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, London: Enoch [piano arrangement]<br>
 
Fellowes, E. H. ed., 1927, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, London: Stainer & Bell [music, volume 9 in 'The English School of Lutenist Song Writers', second series]<br>
 
Fellowes, E. H. ed., 1927, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, London: Stainer & Bell [music, volume 9 in 'The English School of Lutenist Song Writers', second series]<br>
 
Greer, David ed., 1978, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, London: Scolar Press [facsimile]
 
Greer, David ed., 1978, <i>The Muses Gardin for Delights...</i>, London: Scolar Press [facsimile]
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Revision as of 10:54, 3 April 2006

General Information

Title: The Muses Gardin for Delights, Or the fift Booke of Ayres, onely for the Lute, the Base-vyoll, and the Voyce.
Composer: Robert Jones

Number of voices: 1vv Voicing: Solo, S
Genre: Secular, Madrigals
Language: English
Instruments: Lute, bass-viol
Published: London, 1610, 'Printed by the Assignes of William Barley'

Description: A collection of 21 songs for one voice, lute and bass-viol.

Notes: The lute parts of this book and of A Musicall Dreame are, in places, crude and dissonant. It has been suggested that, in these cases, Jones is only responsible for the melody and bass lines, but there is little external evidence to support this.


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  • Love, love   ( Icon_pdf.gif Icon_snd.gif )
  • Soft, Cupid, soft   ( Icon_pdf.gif Icon_snd.gif )
  • Aze I the silly fish beguile
  • The fountaines smoake
  • Walking by the River side
  • I cannot chuse but give a smile
  • Joy in thy hopes
  • How many New yeeres have growen olde
  • There was a shepheard that did live
  • The Sea hath many thousand sands
  • Once did my thoughts both ebbe and flow
  • I am so farre from pittying thee
  • As I lay lately in a dreame
  • There was a willy ladde
  • My father faine would have me take
  • My Love hath her true Love betraide
  • All my sence thy sweetnesse gained
  • To thee deafe Aspe with dying voice
  • Behold her lockes like wires of beaten Gold
  • Although the Wings of my desire be clipt
  • Might I redeeme mine errors with mine eyes


Copies

One copy of the original survives: Huntingdon Library, San Marino, California, shelfmark 62107
There is a photographic copy of this at the British Library, shelfmark K.2.g.3


Editions

Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, The Muses Gardin for Delights..., Oxford, UK: Daniel, 4° [text only]
Barclay Squire, W. ed., 1901, The Muses Gardin for Delights..., Oxford, UK: Blackwells, 8° [text only]
Warlock, P. ed, 1923, The Muses Gardin for Delights..., London: Enoch [piano arrangement]
Fellowes, E. H. ed., 1927, The Muses Gardin for Delights..., London: Stainer & Bell [music, volume 9 in 'The English School of Lutenist Song Writers', second series]
Greer, David ed., 1978, The Muses Gardin for Delights..., London: Scolar Press [facsimile]


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