John Wilbye (1574-1638)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : Diss (GB), 1574
Death : Colchester (GB), 1638
Note :
Compositeur. - Baptisé le 7 mars 1574. - Mort entre septembre et novembre 1638
Variant of the name : John Willoughbye (1574-1638)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8089 565X

Activities of John Wilbye (1574-1638) (84)

Compositeur (77)

Change me, o heavens
A treasury of English keyboard music
Musique à la cour d'Angleterre
English madrigals and songs
The two souls of Salomon
The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 16
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 13
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 10
Jacobean consort music
Contrapuntal technique in the sixteenth century
Concord song book for women's voices, unison, two-, three-, and four-part, for use by colleges, schools and choral societies. (Vocal edition.). Compiled and edited by Archibald T. Davison and Thomas Whitney Surette
Fly not so swift, my dear. From the Second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, London, 1609 [A 4 v.]
Happy streams ! whose trembling fall. From the Second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt both for voyals and voyces, London, 1609. [A 5 v.]
Happy, oh, happy he. From the Second set of Madrigales, London, 1609. [A 4 v.]
Contrapuntal technique in the sixteenth century
The English madrigal composers
First set of Madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices (published in 1598). Madrigal... (included... in the Triumphs of Oriana, published in 1601). Two motets... (included... in Tears and lamentations, published in 1614). [Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes]
The second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt both for voyals and voyces, newly composed by John Wilbye. 1609. [Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes]
The second set of Madrigals for three, four, five and six voices, composed by John Wilbye, scored from the original part books, printed A. D. 1609 and edited by George William Budd,... [- Supplement]
The Works of John Wilbye edited by James Turle and G. W. Budd. I-II
The Works of John Wilbye...
The first set of Madrigals for three, four, five and six voices, composed by John Wilbye, now first printed in score from the original part books, A. D. 1598, edited by James Turle,...
The Works , of John Wilbye, edited by James Turle,... and G. W. Budd,...
The Second set of Madrigales to 3. 4. 5 and 6. parts, apt both for voyals and voyces. Newly composed by John Wilbye
The first set of English madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices. Newly composed...
Happy, O happy he. - [8]
Flora gave me fayrest flowers. - [1]
Flora gave me. - [7]
Homo natus de muliere. - [9]
I am quite tired with my groans. - [27]
THE FIRST SET // OF ENGLISH // MADRIGALS // TO // 3. 4. 5. and 6 voices : // Newly Composed // BY // IOHN WILBYE. // Marque de Este // AT LONDON : // Printed by Thomas Este. // 1598. Ce titre dans une bordure gravée. //
Ladie when I behold. - [18]
The Lady Oriana. - [10]
The Lady Oriana. - [14]
The lady Oriana. - [16]
The Lady Oriana. - John Wilbye. - [16]
The lady Oriana. - [16]
The lady Oriana. - [16]
The Lady Oriana. Madrigal à 6 voix, sans accompagnement. - [27]
Lady, when I behold. - [10]
Lady your words do spite me. - [30]
Madrigal à 5 v.. - [9]
Draw on sweet night. - [19]
Draw on, sweet night. - John Wilbye, comp.. - [15]
Draw on sweet night. - John Wilbye, comp.. - [6]
Cruel, behold my heavy ending. - [13]
Ne reminiscaris. - John Wilbye, comp.. - [14]
Ne reminiscaris, Domine. - [46]
Oft have I vow'd. - John Wilbye, comp.. - [9]
Oft have I vowed. - [5]
Oft have I vowed. - [12]
Oft have I vowed. - [17]
O God, the rock of my whole strength. - [49]
O wretched maning. - [9]
Change me, O heav'ns, into the ruby stone. - [10]
Adew sweet Amarillis. - [8]
Away, thou shalt not love me. - [19]
Away, thou shalt not love me. - [17]
Seek sweet content. - [1]
Sweet honey-sucking bees. - [6]
Sweet honey-sucking bees. - [17]
Sweet honey sucking bees. - [25]
Sweet hony sucking Bees cosmographie. - [6]
Thus saith my Cloris bright. - [2]
As matchless beauty. - [13]
As fair as man. - [8]
Weep, o mine eyes. - [14]
Weep, weep mine eyes. - John Willbye, comp.. - [12]
Weep, weep, mine eyes. - [16]
Adieu, sweet Amaryllis. - [20]
Adieu sweet Amarillis. - [18]
Adew sweet Amarillis. - [84]
Ye restless thoughts. - [22]
The frogge. - John Dowland, comp. . - [4]
Ye that do live in pleasures. - John Wilbye, comp.. - [12]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (6)

Old Hall - Handschrift, Madrigale, Lautenlieder = Old Hall manuscript, madrigals, lute songs = Le Manuscrit d'Old Hall, Madrigaux, chants avec luth
Madrigaux Anglais des XVIe et XVIIe siècles
MAGRIGAUX ANGLAIS RENAISSANCE
1 Madrigal à 5 v.. - [29]
Alas, what a wretched life is this !. - [34]
Musique au temps de Shakespeare

Arrangeur (1)

The frogge [Galliard]. - [10]

Documents about John Wilbye (1574-1638) (2)

Livres (2)

Wilbye
The English madrigal composers

See also (9)