John Mundy (1555?-1630)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1555
Death : Windsor, 29-06-1630
Note :
Compositeur et organiste
Variant of the name : John Munday (1555?-1630)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 7692 1333

Activities of John Mundy (1555?-1630) (66)

Compositeur (63)

The music collection of St. Michael's college, Tenbury Part 1. - Reel 10
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 9
Nouveaux Duos
Les virginalistes
Kurt Schubert. Programm-Musik
John Mundy. Songs and psalms, composed into 3, 4 and 5 parts (1594). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart.]. Associate reviser... Philip Brett
In midst of woods. First part. From Psalms and Songs of 3, 4 and 5 parts, London, 1594. [A 5 v.]
The Blackbird. Second part. From Psalms and songs of 3, 4 and 5 parts, London, 1594. [A 5 v.]
In deep distress. From Songs and psalms composed into 3, 4 and 5 parts, London, 1594. [A 4 v.]
Sing ye unto the Lord. From Songs and psalms, London, 1594. [A 4 v.]
Hey ho ! Chill go to plough no more. From Songs and psalmes, London, 1594. Edited by Alonzo Thorogood. [A 4 v.]
Hear my prayer, o Lord. From Songs and psalms, composed into 3, 4 and 5 parts, for the use and delight of all such as either love or learn mu-sicke, London, 1594. [A 3 v.]
The English madrigal composers
Fantasia [pour piano]
In deep distress to live without delight. - [5]
In midst of woods or pleasant grove. - [9]
In nomine I-IV. - [35]
Judica me, Deus. - [11]
Kyrie. - [61]
Lightly she whipped o'er the dales. - [3]
Lightly she whipped o're ÿ dales. - [3]
Lightly she wipped o'er the dales. - [3]
The longer that I live. - [6]
Lord arise and help thy servant. - [29]
Lord, to thee I make my moan. - [23]
Munday's joy. - John Munday. - [7]
My prime of youth is but a frost of cares. - [4]
O all ye nations of the Lord. - [16]
O come, let us lift up our voice. - [22]
Of all the birds that I have heard. - [1]
O Lord, of whom I do depend. - [24]
O Lord turn not away thy face. - [21]
Penelope, that longed for the sight. - [11]
Praise the Lord, o my soul. - [14]
Robin. - [10]
Robin. - [10]
Save me, o God. - [15]
The second part. - [18]
The second part. - [28]
Selected pieces from the -- Ausgewählte Stücke aus dem Fitzwilliam virginal-book, edited by -- herausgegeben von J. A. Fuller-Maitland and William Barclay Squire. Heft I
Selected pieces from the -- Ausgewählte Stücke aus dem Fitzwilliam virginal-book, edited by -- herausgegeben von J. A. Fuller-Maitland and William Barclay Squire. Heft II...
Sing ye unto the Lord. - [25]
The tempest. - [10]
Turn about and see me. - [3]
Unto thee lift I up mine eyes. - [31]
Were I a King. - [31]
Were I a king I might command content. - [8]
Who loves a life devoid of quiet rest. - [12]
As I went a walking. - [2]
Ye people all in one accord. - [20]
As I went a-walking in the month of May. - [24]
The blackbird made the sweetest sound. - [10]
Fantasia. - John Munday, comp.. - [1]
The first part. - [17]
The first part. - [27]
From the "Triumphs of Oriana". - [13]
Goe from my window. - [13]
Goe from my window. - [243]
Have mercy on me, O Lord. - [30]
Hear my prayer, o Lord. - [19]
Heigh ho ! 'chill go to plough no more. - [7]
I lift my heart to thee. - [26]
In deep distresse. - [8]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (2)

The Fitzwilliam virginal book : a comprehensive selection
Kurt Schubert. Programm-Musik

Compositeur présumé (1)

The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 17

Documents about John Mundy (1555?-1630) (1)

Livres (1)

The English madrigal composers

See also (9)