Thomas Campion

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Thomas Campion (1567-1620) was one of the great composers of lute songs in the English Renaissance, along with John Dowland.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
I Care Not for These Ladies for voice, lute & bass viol 1601 Vocal Music
Never Weather-Beaten Sail for voice, lute & bass viol 1613 Vocal Music
It Fell on a Sommers Daie for voice, lute & bass viol 1601 Vocal Music Chamber Music
Author of Light, Revive My Dying Spright for voice, lute & bass viol 1613 Vocal Music Chamber Music
The Domestication of the Animal World, masque (from The Lords' Masque, 1613) Chamber Music
Shall I Come Sweet Love to Thee? for voice, lute & bass viol 1617 Vocal Music
Oft Have I Sigh'd for Him That Heares Me Not for voice, lute & bass viol (Thrid Book of Ayres) Vocal Music
Peaceful Westerne Winde, for 3 voices Vocal Music
Cypress curtain of the night Vocal Music
Faine Would I Wed a Faire Yong Man for voice, lute & bass viol 1613 Vocal Music
Now Hath Flora Rob'd Her Bowers for voice, lute & bass viol 1607 Vocal Music
Faire If You Expect Admiring for voice, lute & bass viol Vocal Music
Fire, Fire, Fire, Fire for voice, lute & bass viol Vocal Music
If Thou Long'st So Much to Learn for voice, lute & bass viol 1617 Vocal Music
Wooe Her, and Win Her, He That Can for voice, lute & bass viol Vocal Music
Move now with measured sound (from A Wedding Maske) for voice, lute & bass viol 1607 Vocal Music
Come let us sound with melody the praises Vocal Music
Jacke and Jone They Thinke No Ill for voice, lute & bass viol 1613 Vocal Music
Never Love Unlesse You Can for voice, lute & bass viol Vocal Music
When to her lute Corinna sings Vocal Music
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