Thomas Vautor (15..-16..)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 15..
Death : 16..
Note :
Compositeur actif entre 1600 et 1620
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8842 5863

Activities of Thomas Vautor (15..-16..) (25)

Compositeur (25)

The first set beeing. Songs of divers ayres and natures of five and sixe parts, apt for vyols and voyces, newly composed by Thomas Vautor,.... 1619. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
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Blush, my rude present, blushing yet say this. - [17]
Come forth, sweet nymph, and play thee. - [1]
Dainty sweet bird, who art encaged there. - [18]
Fair'st are the words that cover deep'st deceit. - [5]
Lock up, fair lids, the treasures of my heart. - [8]
Melpomene, bewail thy sisters' loss. - [20]
Mira cano, sol occubuit, nox nulla secuta est. - [15]
Mother, I will have a husband. - [4]
Mother, I will have a husband. - [4]
Never did anymore delight to see his enemy. - [7]
O merry world, when every lover with his mate. - [10]
Shepherds and nymphs, that trooping. - [22]
Sing on, sister, and well met. - [2]
Sweet Suffolke Owle. - [17]
Sweet Suffolk owl, so trimly dight. - [12]
Sweet thief, when me of heart you reft. - [11]
Thou art not fair for all thy red and white. - [13]
Unkind, is this the meed of lover's pain ?. - [19]
Weep, weep, mine eyes ; salt tears, due honour give. - [16]
Whilst fatal sisters held the bloody knife. - [21]
Ah, sweet, whose beauty passeth all my telling. - [3]
Yet love not me, nor seek not to allure. - [14]
And yet, o dream, if thou wilt not depart. - [9]

Documents about Thomas Vautor (15..-16..) (1)

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