Henry Lawes (1596-1662)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Dinton, GB, 05-01-1596
Death : Londres, 21-10-1662
Note :
Compositeur. - Frère aîné de William Lawes. - Baptisé le 5 janvier 1596
Field : Musique
Variant of the name : Henry Laws (1596-1662)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2280 9562

Activities of Henry Lawes (1596-1662) (355)

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Delight in disorder
The Emma Kirkby collection
British Library manuscripts Part III
The Baroque guitar [vol. 2]
Dialogues for two voices and continuo [réalisée], by William and Henry Lawes, edited by Roy Jesson
Hymns. The Yattendon hymnal, edited by Robert Bridges and H. Ellis Wooldridge
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
Ayres and Dialogues for one two and three voyces. The first booke
Choice psalmes put into musick, for three voices
I wept and chastened
Laudate Jehovam
Now my lads
O Absalon (bis) my son
Regi regis arcana
About the sweet bag of a bee
Accept my pray'r, &c.
Affection for a lady he never saw
Air from Masque of Comus
Air in Comus
Amidst the mirtles as I walk
Amidst the mirtles as I walke
Amintor distracted complains
Amintor for his Chloris absence
Amintor's dream
Amintors welladay
Among resbuds
The Anglers catch
The anglers song
As Celia rested in the shade
Beauties excellency
Beauties excellency
Beauty a fading ornament
Beauty and love at ods
Beauty and love once fell at odds
Beauty and love once fell at ods
Bid me but live and I will live
Bid me but live, and I will live
Bid soft me but live, and I will live
Blest, o thrice blest, &c.
The bounty of Jehovah, &c.
Break heart in twain !
By all thy glories willingly I go
The careless lovers resolution
Cast off and scattered, &c.
Charon, o Charon, draw thy boat
Charon, o Charon, draw thy boat to th' shore
Chloris a constant comfort
Chloris dead, lamented by Amintor
Chloris landing at Berlington
Chloris taking the ayre
Cloris, farewell. I now must go
Cloris singing
Come Cloris hye we to the bower
Come, fil's a cup of sherry
Come from the dungeon to the throne
Come from the dungeon to the throne
Come lovely Phillis, since it thy will is
Come lovers all to me
Come my sweet whilst ev'ry strain
A complaint against Cupid
A complaint against cupid
Comus
Comus
Comus
Comus
Comus
Constancy in love
Constancy in love
Constancy protested
Coridon to his Phillis
Coridon to his Phillis
Counsel to a maid
Coyness in Love
Cupid detected
Cupid discovered
Cupid no god
Cupid's alarm
Cupids artillery
Cupid's weak artillery
Dearest, do not now delay me
Deer [sic], throw that flatt'ring glass away
Deprest with griefe
De quei begli occhi
A description of Chloris
A despairing lover
A dialogue
A dialogue
A dialogue between a lover and his friend
A dialogue between a shepherd and a nymph
A dialogue between Daphe and Strephon
A dialogue on a Kiss
A dialogue on a kiss
A dialogue on a kisse
Disdain
Disdain returned
Dissuasion from presumption
Diswasion from presumption
Do not delay me
A doub't resolved
A dream
A dream
The dying lover
The earl to the countess of Carbery
An echo
The excellency of wine
The excellency of wine
False love reproved
Falshood discovered
Feare not, dear love
Fear not, dear Love that I'le reveal
Fear not, dear love, that I'l reveal
The fly
Freedome from charmes
Future hope
A glee at Christmas
Go Phoebus, cleer thy face, collect thy rayes
Go thou gentle whisp'ring wind
Happy he, &c.
Hard-hearted fair, if thou will not consent
Have you e'er seen the morning sun ?
Have you e'er seen the morning sun
The heart intire
Henricus Lawes Regiae Majestatis à sacra musica
His rivals danger
Hopelesse love cur'd by derision
How are the Gentiles, &c.
How coole and temperate I am grown
How happy art Thou
How happy art thou and I that never knew
How long, &c.
Hymns to the Holy Trinity
Hymns to the Holy Trinity
Hymns to the Holy Trinity
Hyms to the Holy Trinity
I am confirm'd a woman can
If the quick spirit of your eye
If you can find a heart, sweet love, to kill
I have prais'd with all my skill
I'm sick of love
Inconsistancie in woman
Inconstancie in women
Inconstancy
Inconstancy in love
Inconstancy in love
Inconstancy return'd
Inconstancy return'd
I prethee, send me back my heart
I prithee send me back my hear
I rise and grieve
I rise and grieve
The king Jehovah, &c.
A lady to a young courtier
A lady to a young courtier
The lark
The lark
The Lark
Laudate, &c.
Leave it to the planets two
Let God arise and let his enemies be scattered
Let not thy beauty make thee proud
Let our foes, &c.
Liberty
Like to the damaske rose
Little love serves my turn
Lord for thy promise, &c.
Lord, judge my cause
Lord juge my cause
Lord, showre on us
Lord, to my pray'r, &c.
Love ad mits no delay
Love and musick
Love despis'd
Love despis'd
Love in a calme
Love in despair
Love in the spring
Love neglected
A lover once I did espy
A lover once I did espy
A lover on his dying mistres
A lovers legacy
Lovers wantonnesse
Loves ardency
Loves constancy
Loves content
Loves drollery
Loves dying passion
Loves flattery
Loves flattery
Loves fruition
Loves fruition
Loves martyr
Loves parting
Loves power
Loves scrutiny
Loves shepher desse
Loves sweet repose
Loves torment
Loves torrid zone
Loves triumph
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