Richard Carlton (1558?-1638?)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1558
Death : 1638
Note :
Compositeur
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 6475 3338

Activities of Richard Carlton (1558?-1638?) (23)

Compositeur (23)

The music collection of St. Michael's college, Tenbury Part 1. - Reel 14
Richard Carlton. Madrigals to five voices (1601). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart]
Calm was the air and clear the sky. - [8]
Calm was the air and clear the sky. - [18]
Content thyself with thy estate. - [2]
Even as the flowers do wither. - [17]
From stately tower King David sat beholding. - [5]
The heathen gods for love forsook their state. - [15]
If women can be courteous when they list. - [9]
Like as the gentle heart itself bewrays. - [6]
The love of change hath changed the world throughout. - [1]
Nought is on earth more sacred and divine. - [10]
Nought under heaven so strongly doth allure. - [7]
O vain desire, wherewith the world bewitches. - [16]
The self-same thing that gives me cause to die. - [3]
Sound saddest notes with rueful morning. - [8]
When Flora fair the pleasant tidings bringeth. - [4]
Who seeks to captivate the freest minds. - [13]
Who vows devotion to fair beauty's shrine. - [14]
The witless boy, that blind is to behold. - [12]
Calme was the aire. - [8]
Ye gentle ladies, in whose sovereign power. - [11]
Calm was the air and clear the sky. - [8]

Documents about Richard Carlton (1558?-1638?) (1)

Livres (1)

The English madrigal composers

See also (8)