Charles Coleman (1605?-1664)

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Pays : Guinée
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : 1605
Mort : 08-07-1664
Note :
Compositeur, chanteur, luthiste et gambiste anglais
Autre forme du nom : Charles Colman (1605?-1664)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8125 7561

Charles Coleman (1605?-1664) : œuvres (37)

Compositeur (33)

Goëss B
Songs with theorbo (ca. 1650-1663)
The music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part four. - Reel 8-[Reel 9]
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 19
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 13
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 14
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 3
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 10
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 11
The Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford Part one. - Reel 12
Charles Coleman. Four Pieces for sackbuts and cornetts (c. 1661). Transcribed and edited by Anthony Baines, for two trumpets and three trombones
Musick's delight on the cithren restored and refined to a more easie and pleasant manner of playing than formerly ; and set forth with lessons al a mode, being the choicest of our late new ayres, corants, sarabands, tunes, and jiggs. To which is added several new songs and ayres to sings to the cithren
Select musicall ayres, and Dialogues, for one and two voyces, to sing to the theorbs, lute, or basse violl, composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, Henry Lawes, William Webb. Doctours of musick gentlemen. To whish is added some few short ayres or songs forthren voyces, to an instrument
Bright Aurelia. I doe owe
Bright Aurelia, I do owe
Change, Platonics, change for shame
Dear Silvia, let thy Thirsis
A dialogue between Silvia and Thirsis
Did not you once Lucinda vow
Did not you once, Lucinda, vow
A glee to Bachus
How am I chang'd from what I was
How am I chang'd from what I was
Never perswade me to't
Quench, quench in sprighty wine your griefs
Seeming coyness
Stay, stay, o stay, that heart I vow
To an inconstant lover
To Bacchus we to Bacchus sing
Wake my Adonis, doe not dye
Wake my Adonis, do not die
When, Celia, I intend to flatter you
Wilt thou be gone, thou heartless man ?

Préfacier (1)

The division-violist : or an introduction to the playing upon a ground

Auteur du texte (1)

The comic opera of Love laughs at locksmiths, performed at the Theatre royal Haymarket, with universal applause, composed and selected by Michael Kelly, [words by Colman piano reduction]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (2)

Saraband
A simphony

Voir aussi (5)