John Playford (1623-1686?)

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Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Norwich (GB), 1623
Tod : Londres, 12-1686
Geschäftsbetrieb : Imprimeur libraire
Anmerkung :
Éditeur de musique et libraire. - Mort entre le 24 décembre 1686 et le 7 février 1687
Sachgruppe : Musique
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8138 6478

Activities of John Playford (1623-1686?) (122)

Compositeur (57)

Drive the cold winter away
Musique à la cour d'Angleterre
Johnny, cock thy beaver
Suite de danses et airs de la Renaissance anglaise
An Introduction to the skill of musick..., by John Playford, to which is added the Art of descant or composing musick in parts, by Dr Tho Campion, with annotatiois [sic] thereon by Mr Chr. Simpson
Six old English dances "The dancing master", arranged for pianoforte by Imogen Holst
The Whole book of Psalms... composed in three parts...
An Introduction to the skill of Musick : in three books. By John Playford,...
God save the King and Queen !.... Composed by J. Playford
Musick's delight on the cithren restored and refined to a more easie and pleasant manner of playing than formerly ; and set forth with lessons al a mode, being the choicest of our late new ayres, corants, sarabands, tunes, and jiggs. To which is added several new songs and ayres to sings to the cithren
A brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, in two Books. The first,... The second, instructions for the viol and... treble-violin. To which is added the Art of Descant,... by Dr Thomas Campion. With annotations... by Mr Chr. Simpson...
Comly swain, why sitt'st thou so ?. - [20]
Cupid is mounted unto his throne. - [54]
Daphne. - John Playford, comp.. - [23]
Faronell's division. - John Playford, comp.. - [9]
Fra queste pianti soletto amante. - [72]
The fryar and the nun. - [21]
A glee. - [10]
Glory of the West - The Goddesses. - John Playford, comp.. - [6]
Glory of the West - The Goddesses. - John Playford, comp.. - [6]
Huc ad regem pastorum, pastoris [sic] currite. - [61]
I can not keepe my wife at home. - after John Playford, éd.. - [14]
Irish bourree from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [12]
The jovial beggars from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [4]
Loves enquiry. - [83]
Lukewarmness in love. - [86]
Nobody's jig from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [1]
On a crowned heart. - [82]
On womens inconstancy. - [15]
Parthenia. - [74]
The Queen's delight from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [15]
A resolution not to love. - [16]
Scots rant from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [13]
Simeron's dance from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [5]
Stanes Morris - The glory of the sun. - John Playford, comp.. - [6]
Stanes Morris - The glory of the sun. - John Playford, comp.. - [16]
Though the tyrant hath ravish'd my dearest away. - [73]
Virgin Queen - An Italian rant. - Henry Playford, éd.. - [4]
Virgin Queen - An Italian rant. - Henry Playford, éd.. - [24]
Wallingford house from "The English dancing master". - John Playford, comp.. - [14]
Youths vanity. - [89]
Danses villagoises. - John Playford, éd.. - [12]
John Playford's English Dancing master. - [2]
John Playford's English Dancing master. - [2]
John Playford's English Dancing master. - [2]
Old English country daunces. - John Playford, comp. . - [24]
Scotch capp. - John Playford, comp.. - [4]
All in a garden green. - John Playford, comp.. - [4]
All in a garden green. - John Playford, comp.. - [14]
Bobing Joe & Jenny pluck Pears. - John Playford, comp.. - [21]
Carolus, Catharina, rex et regina beati. - [70]
Cease Damon, cease thy mourning now. - [27]
Chirping of the nightingale - Chirping of the lark. - John Playford, comp.. - [1]
Cold and raw. - John Playford, comp.. - [1]
Cold and raw. - John Playford, comp.. - [21]
Come, Damon, leave thy sadness now. - [26]
Come let us sit, let's drink and sing. - [74]

Éditeur scientifique (52)

Nobody's jig
Nobody's jig
50 pièces du XVIe siècle (France, Italie, Espagne, Angleterre)
100 pièces pour luth Renaissance
Spanish gypsies
English country dances
Nobody's jig
108 pièces pour guitare Renaissance
Spanish gypsies
Apollo's banquet
Music of the Roundheads and Cavaliers
Musick's recreation on the viol, lyra-way : being a choice collection of lessons lyra-way. To which is added a preface containing some brief rules and instructions for young practitioners.. The second edition, enlarged with additional new lessons[par John Playford]
Catch that catch can : or the Musical companion. Containing catches and rounds for three and four voyces. To which is now added a second book containing dialogues, glees, ayres, & ballads, &c. Some for two three foure voyces. [First part]
The Musical companion : containing dialogues, glees, ballads & ayres, in several varieties. Some for two, three, foure voyces. The Second part
The Dancing master : or, Plain and easie rules for the dancing of country-dances, with the tunes to each dance. To which is added the tunes of the most usual French dances. And also other new and pleasant English tunes for the treble-violin
The second books of Ayres, containing pastorall dialogues, for two voyces, to sing either to the theorbo, harpsicon, or basse violl. Also short ayres for three voyces, with a thorow basse. Composed by many excellent masters in musick, now living
Select musicall Ayres and dialogues, for one and two voyces, to sing to the theorbo, lute, or basse violl. Composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman. Doctours of Musick, Henry Lawes, William Webb, gentlemen. To which is added some few short ayres or songs for three voyces, to an instrument
Rowland. - anonyme. - [6]
Stingo. - Playford, éd. . - [12]
Bobbing Joe. - John Playford, éd.. - [2]
Country dance Cobler's jigg. - [3]
Country dance Cobler's jigg. - [3]
Country dance Greensleeves et Pudding pyes. - [2]
Country dance Greensleeves et Pudding pyes. - [2]
Country dance How can I keep my maiden head. - [4]
Country dance How can I keep my maiden head. - [4]
Country dance Running footman. - [1]
Country dance Running footman. - [1]
Excuse me. - John Playford, éd.. - [3]
The Highland Laddie. - [6]
Red house. - John Playford, éd.. - [4]
3 tunes new to John Playford's Dancing master. - On the cold ground. - anonymous. - [1]
3 tunes new to John Playford's Dancing master. - The queen's delight. - anonymous. - [2]
3 tunes new to John Playford's Dancing master. - Catherine Ogle. - anonymous. - [3]
2 tunes new to John Playford's Dancing master. - Tune upon a jig. - anonymous. - [6]
2 tunes new to John Playford's Dancing master. - Kemp's jig. - anonymous. - [7]
Another division upon a ground by Mr P.B.. - John Playford, éd.. - [19]
Avant l'heur. - after John Playford, éd.. - [21]
Childgrove. - Playford, éd. . - [11]
La cloche. - after John Playford, éd.. - [16]
The Dancing master : or, Directions for dancing country dances, with the figure and tunes to each dance. The fourth edition ; in which is added many new dances, never printed before. Also all the tunes carefully corrected, and amended
La demie. - after John Playford, éd.. - [18]
L'heure. - after John Playford, éd.. - [1]
Light of love. - after John Playford,éd.. - [15]
5 marches and tunes from John Playford's new tunes. - Isaac's maggot. - anonymous. - [2]
5 marches and tunes from John Playford's new tunes. - Walham Abbey. - anonymous. - [3]
5 marches and tunes from John Playford's new tunes. - The Marlborough. - anonymous. - [4]
5 marches and tunes from John Playford's new tunes. - The granedier's march. - anonymous. - [5]
5 marches and tunes from John Playford's new tunes. - Glory of the sun. - anonymous. - [6]
Le quart. - after John Playford. - [13]
Récit de Vénus & des Amours. - Antoine Boësset, comp.. - [20]
Robin Hoode. - after John Playford, éd.. - [17]

Auteur du texte (5)

The English dancing master
An Introduction to the skill of musick
Musick's recreation on the viol, lyra-way : being a choice collection of lessons lyra-way. To which is added a preface containing some brief rules and instructions for young practitioners.. The second edition, enlarged with additional new lessons[par John Playford]
Playford's. English dancing master, 1651. A facsimile reprint with an introduction, bibliography and notes, by Margaret Dean-Smith,...
A brief introduction to the skill of musick, in three books. The first : the grounds and rules of musick... The second : instructions for the bass-viol, and also for the treble-violin... by John Playford, ... The third : the art of descant... by Dr. Tho. Campion, with annotations thereon by Mr. C. Simpson

Compositeur de l'œuvre adaptée (3)

It's baroque to my ears !
Renaissance junior consort
Les tablatures pour la viole de gambe

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (3)

Catch that catch can, or A choice collection of Catches, rounds and canons, being three or foure parts in one. Collected and published by John Hilton,...
Musical ornamentation
Three merry men be we. - [3]

Imprimeur-libraire (2)

Musick's delight on the cithren restored and refined to a more easie and pleasant manner of playing than formerly ; and set forth with lessons al a mode, being the choicest of our late new ayres, corants, sarabands, tunes, and jiggs. To which is added several new songs and ayres to sings to the cithren
The division-violist : or an introduction to the playing upon a ground

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John Playford (1623-1686)

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Purcell as theorist

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