Francis Pilkington (1570?-1638)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1570
Death : Chester (GB), 1638
Note :
Compositeur. - Luthiste
Variant of the name : Frances Pilkington (1570?-1638)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0004 4914 6983

Activities of Francis Pilkington (1570?-1638) (90)

Compositeur (86)

My choice is made and I desire no change
The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 17
Musique à la Cour des Tudor
Francis Pilkington. First set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4 and 5 parts (1613). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
The second set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts apt for violls and voyces, newly, composed by Francis Pilkington,.... 1624. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
O softly singing lute. From the Second set of Madrigals and pastorals, London, 1624 [A 6 v.]
Sweet Phillida ! From the First set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4 and 5 parts, London, 1613. [A 5 v.]
The Messenger of the delightful spring. From the First set of Madrigals and pastorals, London, 1613. [A 4 v.]
Have I found her ? From the First set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4 and 5 parts, London, 1613 [A 4 v.]
First Book of Airs. 1605. Part II, 11-21
First Book of Airs. 1605. Part I, nos. 1-10
The English madrigal composers
The first book of Songs or airs of four parts, by Francis Pilkington... Edited by G. E. P. Arkwright. Vol. II
The first book of Songs or airs of four parts, by Francis Pilkington... Edited by G. E. P. Arkwright. Vol. III
The first book of Songs or airs of four parts, by Francis Pilkington... Edited by G. E. P. Arkwright. Vol. I
Dear shepherdess, thou art more lovely fair. - [21]
Diaphenia. - [1]
Diaphenia. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [1]
Diaphenia like the Daffdowndilly. - [3]
Down-a-down. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [3]
Down-a-down. - [3]
Down a down, thus Phillis sung. - [2]
Drown not with tears, my dearest love. - [20]
Eccho or allmane for two lutes. - John Marchant, Francis Pilkington, comp.. - [7]
A fancie. - [25]
The first booke of Songs. - [3]
Go from my window. - [15]
Go, you skipping kids and fawns. - [18]
Have I found her. - [29]
Hidden, o Lord, are my most horrid sins. - [20]
High mighty God of righteousness. - [35]
If she neglect me. - [10]
I sigh as sure to wear the fruit. - [1]
Maenalcas in an evening walking was. - [7]
Music deare sollace. - [8]
Music dear solace. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [22]
Music dear solace to my thoughts neglected. - [5]
My choice is made. - Francis Pilkington. - [15]
My choice is made, and I desire no change. - [11]
Now let her change and spare not. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [9]
Now peep, boe peep, thrisse happie blest mine eies. - [73]
Now peep, bo peep. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [1]
O gracious God, pardon my great offence. - [17]
O praise the Lord. - [24]
O softly-singing lute. - [23]
Palaemon and his Sylvia forth must walk. - [11]
A pavin for the lute and bass viol. - [8]
Rest sweet Nimphs. - [6]
Rest sweet nimphs let goulden sleepe. - [74]
Rest, sweet nymph. - Francis Pilkington, comp.. - [7]
Rest sweet Nymphes. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [5]
Rest sweet nymphs. - Francis Pilkington, comp.. - [10]
Rest sweet nymphs. - Francis Pilkington, comp.. - [10]
Rest, sweet nymphs. - [12]
Rest sweet Nymphs. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [24]
Rest, sweet nymphs, let golden sleep. - [9]
Rest, sweet nymphs, let golden sleep. - [16]
Sovereign of my delight, hear my complaining. - [1]
Stay, heart, run not so fast from him that loves thee. - [4]
Surcease, you youthful shepherdesses all. - [26]
Thanks gentle moon. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [13]
Wake, sleepy Thyrsis, wake. - [3]
Weep, sad Urania, weep, for thou hast lost thy dear. - [16]
Wen Oriana walz'd to take the air. - [24]
Wen Oriana walz'd to take the air. - [32]
With fragrant flow'rs we strew the way. - [6]
Ye bubbling springs that gentle music makes. - [5]
Yond hill-tops Phoebus kissed. - [2]
You gentle nymphs that on these meadows play. - [12]
Your fond preferments are but children's toys. - [6]
Amyntas with his Phyllis fair. - [10]
Rest sweet nymphs. - Pilkington, comp.. - [17]
Beauty sat bathing. - Francis Pilkington, comp. . - [17]
Beauty sat musing by a spring. - [4]
Care for thy soul. - [12]
Care for thy soul as thing of greatest price. - [19]
Chaste Daphne fled from Phoebus' hot pursuit. - [9]
Chaste Syrinx fled, fear hasting on her pace. - [13]
Come all ye. - [11]
Come, come all you that draw Heav'n's purest breath. - [7]
Come, shepherds' weeds, attend my woeful cries. - [14]
Coy Daphne fled from Phoebus' hot pursuit. - [8]
Crowned with flowers I saw fair Amaryllis. - [15]
Cruel Pabrilla, with thine angry look. - [22]
Curranta for Mrs (Elizabeth) Murcott. - [11]
Currant for Mrs. E. Murcott. - [27]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (3)

Old Hall - Handschrift, Madrigale, Lautenlieder = Old Hall manuscript, madrigals, lute songs = Le Manuscrit d'Old Hall, Madrigaux, chants avec luth
O RAVISHING DELIGHT
MUSIQUE A LA COUR DES TUDOR

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An allman for II lutes. - [21]

Documents about Francis Pilkington (1570?-1638) (1)

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The English madrigal composers

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