William Webb (1600?-1657)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1600
Death : 16-03-1657
Note :
Compositeur anglais
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 0301 373X

Activities of William Webb (1600?-1657) (28 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Musical work (28)

Since 'tis my fate to be thy slave. - [95]
Victorious beauty, though your eyes. - [94]
As life what is so sweet. - [91]
Go and bestride the southern wind. - [92]
Look back Castara from thine eye. - [96]
Pow'rful Morpheus, let thy charms. - [93]
As life what is so sweet. - [90]
Neptune's triumph [et] The Fortunate isles. - [26]
Select english songs and dialogues Book 1
Victorious beauty, though your eyes. - [48]
I wish no more thou shouldst love me. - [47]
Good Susan be as secret as you can. - [45]
Good Susan, be as secret. - [69]
If fortune favour. - [70]
Ask me why I do not sing. - [90]
Fill me my wine. - [89]
Let me sleep. - [144]
I wish no more thou should'st love me. - [9]
Go, go, and bestride the southern wind. - [47]
She that loves me for my selfe. - [18]
Let her give her hand or glove. - [13]
Select musicall ayres, and Dialogues, for one and two voyces, to sing to the theorbs, lute, or basse violl, composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, Henry Lawes, William Webb. Doctours of musick gentlemen. To whish is added some few short ayres or songs forthren voyces, to an instrument
As the sweet breath and gentle gales. - [16]
Victorious beauty, though your eyes. - [25]
Not that I wish my mistresse. - [14]
O tell me Daemon, canst thou prove. - [17]
Of the kind boy I aske no red and white. - [17]
Cloris, farewell. I now must go. - [15]

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