Thomas Bateson (15..-1630)

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Land : Grande-Bretagne
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 15..
Tod : Dublin, 03-1630
Anmerkung :
Compositeur et organiste. - Né avant 1575
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1960 8241

Activities of Thomas Bateson (15..-1630) (55)

Compositeur (53)

The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 19
The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 18
Your shining eyes
The second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts apt for viols and voyces, newly composed by Thomas Bateson,.... 1618. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
The first set of English madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices, newly composed by Thomas Bateson,.... 1604. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
I heard a noise. From the Second set of Madrigales of 2, 4, 5 and 6 parts, London, 1618. [A 5 v.]
Down the hills Corina trips. From the Second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts. London 1618. [A 5 v.]
Three Songs for voice and strings, by Thomas Greaves, Thomas Bateson and Richard Nicholson
The English madrigal composers
The first set of Madrigals for three, four, five and six voices, composed by Thomas Bateson, scored from the original part books printed A. D. 1604 and, edited by Edward F. Rimbault,...
The first set of madrigals for three, four five and six voices, composed by Thomas Bateson, scored from the original part books, printed A. D. 1604 and edited by Edward F. Rimbault...
Recueil de pièces pour virginal de différents auteurs
[Virginalistes anglais] [Bateson, Wilkinson, Morley (Morly), Dowland, R[ichard ?] Creighton) (R. Gr.), W. Damon, W. Byrd, Churchyarde Th., Cosyn B., F. H. Loosemore, Mr Silver, Mr Lever, Th. Tallis, Gibbons, Th. Mudd, Richard Clarke, Dr Bull, John Lugge, Th. Tomkins, Williams, anon.]
Holy Lord, God almighty. - [12]
If floods of tears. - [2]
If love be blind, how hath he then the sight. - [7]
If love be blind, how hath he then the sight. - [12]
Love is the fire that burns me. - [20]
Love would discharge the duty of his heart. - [3]
Merrily my love and I. - [28]
Music some think no music is. - [29]
The nightingale, so soon as April bringeth. - [4]
The nightingale so soon as April bringeth. - [13]
O fly not, love, O fly not me. - [20]
Orianaes farewell. - [23]
Oriana's Farewel. Madrigal à 6 voix sans accompagnement. - [1]
Oriana's Farewel. Madrigal à 6 voix sans accompagnement. - [30]
Phyllis, farewell !. - [17]
Phyllis, farewell ! I may no longer live. - [13]
Phyllis, farewell ! I may no longer live. - [26]
The second part. - [17]
Sister, awake, close not your eyes. - [22]
Strange were the life that every man would like. - [18]
Those sweet delightful lilies. - [14]
Thyrsis on his fair Phyllis' breast reposing. - [27]
When Oriana walked to take the air. - [1]
Whither so fast ? See how the kindly flowers. - [8]
Who prostrate lies at women's feet. - [21]
Your shining eies. - [17]
Your shining eyes and golden air. - [7]
Your shining eyes and golden hair. - [5]
Adieu sweet love ! O thus to part. - [11]
Alas, where is my love, where is my sweeting. - [19]
And must I needs depart then ?. - [15]
Ay me, my mistress scorns my love. - [5]
Beauty is a lovely sweet. - [2]
Beauty is a lovely sweet. - [18]
Come, follow me, fair nymph's ; hie ! run a pace. - [6]
Dame Venus hence to Paphos go. - [9]
Dear, if you wish my dying. - [24]
Down from above falls Jove in rain. - [10]
Fair Hebe when dame Flora meets. - [25]
The first part. - [16]

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Madrigal. Your shiningeies. à 3 voix. - [1]
Wen Oriana walk's to take the air. Madrigal à 6 voix, sans accompagnement. - [2]

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The English madrigal composers

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