Thomas Campion (1567-1620)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais, latin
Gender : masculin
Birth : 12-02-1567
Death : 01-03-1620
Note :
Poète, compositeur, médecin et théoricien de la musique
Variants of the name : Thomas Campian (1567-1620)
Thomas Campianus (1567-1620)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1025 5478

Activities of Thomas Campion (1567-1620) (334)

Compositeur (231)

Amores pasados
Time stands still
The voice Vol. 2
Ancient stone
An Elizabethan songbook
Elizabethan songs
What then is love
Ayres
Ayres
A score for The Lord's masque
The Emma Kirkby collection
The Emma Kirkby collection
Never weatherbeaten sail... etc.]
Never weatherbeaten sail... etc.]
Time stands still
Time stands still
Magnificat
Alfred Deller
Gezangboek van Christian science
[Deux Airs pour voix et luth]. From Two bookes of Ayres, the first contayning divine and morail songs, the second light conceits of lover's, London, 1613
Eight Songs from Rosseter's Book of ayres. [Acc. de piano.]. With a preface by Charles Kennedy Scott
Though your strangeness. From Two bookes of Ayres, the first containing divine and morall songs, the second light conceits of lovers, London, 1613. [A. 3 v. et luth]
Three Ayres to be sung to the lute and viols in three parts, or by one voyce to an instrument. From the Second booke of Ayres, London, 1613
Out of my soul's depths to thee. From Two bookes of Ayres, London, 1613. [A 4 v. et luth]
Jack and Joan they think no ill. From the Firste booke of Ayres, London, 1613. Edited by Alonzo Thorogood. [A 3 v. et luth]
Thomas Campian. Third booke of Ayres, circa 1617... [Pour chant et luth. Transcription à 1 v. et p. par Edmund Horace Fellowes]
Fourth booke of Ayres. Circa 1617
First book of Airs Circa 1613
Second book of Airs. Circa 1613
Songs from Rosseter's Book of Airs. 1601... Part II, nos 11-21
Songs from Rosseter's Book of Airs. 1601...Part I [nos 1-10]
Hymns. The Yattendon hymnal, edited by Robert Bridges and H. Ellis Wooldridge
Come, you pretty false-eyed wanton. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [31]
The cypress curtain. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [8]
The cypress curtain. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [8]
The cypress curtain. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [22]
The cypress curtain of the night. - [6]
The cypress curtain of the night. - [6]
The cypress curtain of the night. - [10]
Daphne was not so chaste as she was changing. - [3]
The Discription of a maske : 1607. - [4]
Fain Would I Wed. - [10]
Fain Would I Wed. - [10]
Faire, if you expect admiring. - [9]
Faire, if you expect admiring. - [14]
Faire, if you expect admiring. - [14]
Fair, if you expect admiring. - [19]
Fair, if you expert admiring. - [6]
Fire, fire. - [10]
Fire, fire. - [10]
Fire, fire. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [19]
Fire, fire ! fire, fire !. - [8]
Fire, fire, fire, fire. - [22]
Fire, fire, fire, fire lo here I burn. - [8]
The first booke of Ayres. - [5]
Followe thy faire sunne unhappy shaddowe. - [6]
Follow thy fair sun. - [21]
Follow your saint. - [8]
Follow your Saint follow with accents sweet. - [8]
Harke al you ladies that do sleep. - [10]
Her rosy cheeks, her eversmiling eyes. - [3]
Her rosy cheeks, her ever smilling eyes. - [7]
I care not for these ladies. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [3]
I care not for these ladies. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [3]
I care not for these ladies. - [4]
I care not for these ladies. - [5]
I care not for these ladies. - [6]
I care not for these ladies. - [7]
I care not for these Ladies. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [10]
I care not for these ladies. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [17]
I care not for these ladies. - [21]
I care not for these ladies. - [21]
I care not for these ladies that must be woo'd and pray'd. - [11]
If love loves truth. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [14]
If thou long'st so much to learn. - T. Campion. - [1]
If thou longst so much to learne (sweet boy) what 'tis to love. - [20]
It fell on a summer's day. - [1]
It fell on a summers day. - [6]
It fell on a summer's day. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [7]
It fell on a summer's day. - Campion. - [9]
It fell on a summer's day. - [16]
It fell on a summer's day. - [16]
Jack and Joan they think no ill. - [3]
Jack and Joan they think no ill. - [20]
Jack and Jone. - [8]
Jack and Jone. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [8]
Jacke and Jone they thinke no ill. - [13]
Kind are her answers. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [10]
Kinde are her answeres. - [17]
Kinde are her answers. - [17]
Kinde are her answers. - [17]
Lord Hay's masque. - [2]
Lord Hay's masque. - [3]
Lords' masque. - [15]
Love me or not. - [2]
Love me or not. - [2]
Love me or not, love her I must or die. - [2]
Maids are simple, some men said. - [7]
Maids are simple, some men say. - [11]
Masque music (I) : Move now (with measured sound). - [32]
Most sweet and pleasing are thy ways, O God. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [2]
Move now with measur'd sound. - [2]
Move now with measured sound. - [3]
Move now with measured sound. - Thomas Campion. - [7]
My love hath vow'd. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [11]
My love hath vow'd he will forsake me. - [5]
My sweetest Lesbia. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [9]
Never love unless you can. - [4]
Never love unless you can. - [4]
Never weatherbeaten sail. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [1]
Never weather-beaten sail. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [6]
Never weather-beaten sail. - [7]
Never weather-beaten sail. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [7]
Never weather-beaten sail. - [9]
Never weather-beaten sail. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [12]
Never weather-beaten sail. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [14]
Never weather-beaten saile. - [22]
Never weather-beaten saile. - [22]
Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore. - [12]
Never weather-beaten sail more willing bent to shore. - [5]
Now hath Flora robb'd her bow'rs. - [1]
Now hath Flora robb'd her bow's. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [12]
Now hath Flora robbed her bowers. - [2]
Now let her change and spare not. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [3]
Now winter nights. - [7]
Now winter nights. - [14]
Now winter nights enlarge. - [19]
Oft have I sigh'd for him that hears me not. - [10]
Oft have I sighed. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [2]
Oft have I sighed for him that hears me not. - [7]
Oft have sigh'd for him. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [15]
Oft have Y sighed. - [11]
Oft have Y sighed. - [11]
O grief, O spite. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [8]
O never to be moved. - [2]
O never to be moved. - [5]
O never to be moved. - [5]
O never to be moved. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [11]
O sweet delight. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [20]
The Peaceful western wind. - [8]
Pin'd I am, and like to die. - [11]
Pin'd I am, and like to die. - [11]
The second booke : of Ayres. - [6]
A secret love. - [12]
A secret love. - [12]
See where she flies. - [13]
See where she flies. - [13]
Shall I come, sweet love. - T. Campion. - [3]
Shall I come, sweet love, to thee ?. - [3]
Shall I come sweet love to thee ?. - [7]
Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?. - [15]
Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?. - [15]
Shall I come, sweet love, to thee ?. - [16]
Shall I come sweet love to thee. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [18]
Shall I then hope. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [21]
Silly boy 'tis ful moone yet. - [23]
Sleep angry beauty. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [7]
So quicke, so hot, so mad is thy fond sute. - [24]
So sweet is thy discourse to me. - [14]
So tired are all my thoughts. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [6]
So tyr'd are all my thoughts. - [9]
So tyr'd are all my thoughts. - [9]
Sweet exclude me not. - [19]
Sweet exclude me not. - [19]
There is a garden in her face. - [5]
There is a garden in her face. - Campian, comp.. - [7]
There is none, o none but you. - [11]
Think'st thou to seduce me then. - [2]
Think'st thou to seduce me then with words that have no meaning ?. - [26]
Though you are young and I am old. - Thomas Campion. - [5]
Though your strangenesse frets my hart. - [16]
Thrice toss. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [15]
Thrice tosse these oaken ashes. - Thomas Campion, comp.. - [7]
Thrice tosse these oaken ashes in the ayre. - [21]
Thrice toss these oaken ashes. - [14]
Thrice toss these oaken ashes in the air. - [11]
Author of light. - Thomas Campian, comp.. - [6]
To music bent. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [4]
Turn back, you wanton flier. - [7]
Turn back, you wanton flyer. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [16]
Turne backe you wanton flyer. - [7]
A wedding maske. - Now hath Flora robbed her bowers. - [5]
A wedding maske. - Move now with measured sound. - Thomas Campion, comp. . - [6]
What harvest half so sweet is. - [15]
What if a day. - Thomas Campion?. - [22]
What if a day. - Thomas Campion?. - [22]
What if a day. - [22]
What if a day or a month or a year. - [16]
When thou must home to shades of underground. - [11]
When to her lute. - [7]
When to her lute Corinna sings. - [1]
When to her lute Corinna sings. - [5]
When to her lute Corrina sings. - Thomas Campion. - [4]
Where my heart as some men's are. - Thomas Campian, comp. . - [4]
Woo her and win her. - [16]
Woo her and win her, he that can. - [7]
Your faire lookes. - [3]
Your faire lookes. - [3]
Your fair looks inflame my desire. - [4]
To his sweet lute Apollo sung the motions of the spheares. - [25]
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Campion's works
Wordsongs
De puluerea coniuratione
Beauty is but a painted hell.. Words by Thomas Campion. Music by Edmund Rubbra. Op. 51, n° 3. [Choeur à 4 voix et soprano solo]
It fell on a summer's day. Words by Thomas Campion. Music by Edmund Rubbra. Op. 51, n° 4.[Choeur à 4 voix]
Edmund Rubbra. Five Madrigals (first set) for unaccompanied choir. (Piano accompaniment for practice only). Op. 51. Words by Thomas Campion...
When to her lute Corinna sings.. Words by Thomas Campion. Music by Edmund Rubbra. Op. 51, n° 1. [Choeur à 4 voix]
Though you are young.. Words by Thomas Campion. Music by Edmund Rubbra. Op. 51, n° 5. [Choeur à 4 voix]
I care not for these ladies. Words by Thomas Campion. Music by Edmund Rubbra. Op. 51, n° 2. [Choeur à 4 voix]
Eight Songs from Rosseter's Book of ayres. [Acc. de piano.]. With a preface by Charles Kennedy Scott
Songs and masques, with observations in the art of English poesy. Edited by A. H. Bullen
The works of Dr. Thomas Campion
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
Follow your Saint follow with accents sweet. - [8]
Harke al you ladies that do sleep. - [10]
I care not for these ladies. - [5]
I care not for these ladies. - [7]
If I hope, I pine. - [10]
If thou longst so much to learne (sweet boy) what 'tis to love. - [20]
I must complain, yet do enjoy my love. - [48]
Jacke and Jone they thinke no ill. - [13]
Kinde are her answeres. - [17]
Kind in unkindness. - [4]
Lord Hay's masque. - [2]
Lord Hay's masque. - [3]
Lord Hay's masque. - [4]
The Lord's Masque. - [4]
Lords' masque. - [15]
Lords' masque. - [50]
Love me or not, love her I must or die. - [2]
Move now with measur'd sound. - [2]
Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore. - [12]
Now hath Flora robb'd her bow'rs. - [1]
Now let her change and spare not. - [17]
Now winter nights enlarge. - [19]
Observations in the art of English poesie... 1602. - [1]
Shall then a traitorous Kiss. - [16]
Shows and nightly revels, signs of joy and peace. - [3]
Silly boy 'tis ful moone yet. - [23]
Songs of mourning. - [2]
So parted you. - [12]
So quicke, so hot, so mad is thy fond sute. - [24]
Squires'masque. - [16]
Squires'masque. - [17]
Squires' masque. - [18]
Squires' masque. - [19]
Squires'masque. - [46]
Squires' masque. - [61]
There is a garden in her face. - [10]
Think'st thou to seduce me then with words that have no meaning ?. - [26]
Thou art not fair for all thy red and white. - [13]
Though your strangeness. - [1]
Though your strangenesse frets my hart. - [16]
Thrice tosse these oaken ashes in the ayre. - [21]
Time stands still with gazing on her. - [8]
Time, that leads the fatal round. - [5]
To his sweet lute Apollo sung the motions of the spheares. - [25]
Triumph now with joy and mirth. - [4]
Turne backe you wanton flyer. - [7]
What harvest half so sweet is. - [15]
What if a day or a month or a year. - [16]
What is a day, what is a year. - [13]
When Laura smiles here sight revives both night and day. - [75]
When thou must home to shades of underground. - [11]
Whether men do laugh or weep. - [21]
Woo her and win her, he that can. - [7]
Yet love not me, nor seek not to allure. - [14]
Young and simple though I am. - [8]
All lookes be pale, harts cold as stone. - [14]
The Art of Descant, or Composing musick in parts, by D.r Thomas Campion, with annotations thereon by Mr Chr. Simpson. - [1]
Blame not my cheeks. - [9]
Breake now my heart and dye. - [18]
Bring away this sacred tree. - [6]
Daphne was not so chaste as she was changing. - [3]
Do not, o do not prize thy beauty at too high a rate. - [8]
Faire, if you expect admiring. - [9]
Fire, fire, fire, fire. - [22]
Fire ! fire ! Lo here I burn in such desire. - [2]
Followe thy faire sunne unhappy shaddowe. - [6]
Follow your saint. - [8]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (20)

Old Hall - Handschrift, Madrigale, Lautenlieder = Old Hall manuscript, madrigals, lute songs = Le Manuscrit d'Old Hall, Madrigaux, chants avec luth
The Ayres that were sung and played at Brougham Castle 1618
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
ELIZABETHEAN AND JACOBEAN MUSIC
TEN SONGS FROM ROSSETER'S BOOK OF AYRES : set forth to be sung to the Lute, Orpherian and Base Viol : My Sweetest Lesbia ; Though you are young ; I care not for these ladies ; Follow thy faire sun ; My love hath vowed ; When to her lute Corinna sings ; Turn back, you wanton flyer ; It fell in a summer's day ; The Cypress curtain of the night ; Follow your saint
Gezangboek van Christian science
Recueil d'Airs sérieux et à boire, de différents auteurs ; pour l'année 1715
Recueil d'Airs sérieux et à boire, de différents auteurs ; pour l'année 1712
[Recueil factice d']airs sérieux et à boire de différents auteurs, [différents éditeurs et diverses époques]
O RAVISHING DELIGHT
The first verse There is a garden in her face. - [19]
The second verse Earth's but a point to the world ; and a man. - [18]
The second verse He only can behold. - [2]
The second verse Those cherries fairly do enclose. - [20]
Shall I come if I swim ? wide are the waves you see. - [20]
The third verse Her eyes like angels watch them still. - [21]
Musique Elizabethaine et Jacobeenne
The first verse The man upright of life. - [1]
The first verse What if a day, or a month, or a year. - [17]

Documents about Thomas Campion (1567-1620) (8)

Livres (8)

In harmony framed
Campion, Dowland and the Lutenist songwriters
Words and notes coupled lovingly together
Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion
England's musical poet Thomas Campion, by Miles Merwin Kastendieck
The English madrigal composers

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