George Kirbye (15..-1634)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 15..
Death : 10-1634
Note :
Compositeur. - Actif à partir de 1592. - Inhumé le 6 octobre 1634
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8366 0661

Activities of George Kirbye (15..-1634) (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
The music collection of St. Michael's college, Tenbury Part 1. - Reel 11
The first set of English madrigalls to 4, 5 and 6 voyces, made and newly published, by George Kirbye... 1597. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Associate reviser Philip Brett]
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SIX MADRIGALS to six voices, by George Kirbye... Edited by G. E. P. Arkwright. [Note de H. Ellis Wooldridge]
Twelve Madrigals to five voices, by George Kirbye..., edited by G. E. P. Arkwright
SIX MADRIGALS to four voices, by George Kirbye..., edited by G. E. P. Arkwright
Farewell, my love, I part contented. - [5]
If pity reign with beauty. - [18]
I love, alas, yet am I not beloved. - [20]
The Lamentation. - [72]
Lo, here I leave my heart with her remaining. - [1]
Mourn now, my soul, with anguish of my pains. - [8]
Must I part, o my jewel. - [21]
O heavens, what shall I do ? Alas, must I. - [13]
Psalm 10 [9, 2e p.]. - [18]
Psalm 112 [111]. - [48]
Psalm 116 [114/115]. - [50]
Psalm 135 [134]. - [62]
Psalm 136 [135]. - [63]
Psalm 136 [135]. - [64]
Psalm 137 [136]. - [65]
Psalm 147 [146/147]. - [69]
Psalm 6. - [16]
Psalm 84 [83]. - [41]
See what a maze of error. - [17]
She, that my plaints with rigour long rejected. - [10]
Sleep now, my muse, and henceforth take thy rest. - [6]
Sleep now, my muse, and henceforth take thy rest. - [24]
Sorrow consumes me, and instead of rest. - [12]
Sound out, my voice, with pleasant tunes recording. - [9]
Sweet love, o cease thy flying. - [15]
That muse which sung the beauty of thy face. - [16]
Up then, Melpomene, the mournful'st muse of nine. - [22]
Vox in Rama. - [15]
What can I do, my dearest, of the sweet help deprived. - [3]
What, shall I part thus unregarded. - [11]
Why should I love ?. - [34]
Why should I love since she doth prove ungrateful. - [14]
Why wail we thus ? why weary we the gods with plaints. - [23]
With angel's face and brightness. - [21]
With angel's face and brightness. - [26]
With angel's face and brightness [ou :] Bright Phoebus greets most clearly. - [21]
Ah, cruel, hateful fortune. - [19]
Woe am I ! when my heart dies. - [4]
Ah, sweet, alas, when first I saw those eyes. - [7]
Alas, what hope of speeding. - [2]
Bright Phoebus greetes most cleerly. - [21]
Bright Phoebus greets most clearly. - [25]
C'est toi Seigneur, le pain rompu. - G. Kirbye, comp.. - [1]
The creed. - [70]
Église du Seigneur K 128. - Jean-Paul Lécot, aut., harm.. - [1]

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Hymns. The Yattendon hymnal, edited by Robert Bridges and H. Ellis Wooldridge

Arrangeur (1)

While shepherds watch'd. - anon. 16th cent. . - [14]

Documents about George Kirbye (15..-1634) (1)

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See also (9)