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
Cypress curtain of the night Vocal Music
Peaceful Westerne Winde, for 3 voices 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
If Thou Long'st So Much to Learn for voice, lute & bass viol 1617 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
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
When to her lute Corinna sings Vocal Music
Never Love Unlesse You Can for voice, lute & bass viol Vocal Music
Jacke and Jone They Thinke No Ill for voice, lute & bass viol 1613 Vocal Music
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