Thomas Morley

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Morley, though born the obscure son of a Norwich brewer, rose to centrality in nearly every aspect of Elizabethan musical culture.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Sing wee and chaunt it, madrigal for 5 voices 1595 02:01 Choral
Now is the month of maying, madrigal for 5 voices 1595 02:03 Choral
It was a lover and his lass, song for voice with lute & bass viol 1600 02:59 Vocal Music
Aprill is in my mistris face, madrigal for 4 voices 1594 01:29 Choral Vocal Music
My bonny lasse she smyleth, madrigal for 5 voices 1595 02:04 Choral
Joyne Hands, for consort of instruments (from "The First Booke of Consort Lessons") 1599 01:39 Chamber Music
Miraculous love's wounding, madrigal for 2 voices 1595 02:50 Choral
Nolo mortem peccatoris, anthem for 4 voices 03:28 Choral
Thirsis and Milla, song in 2 sections for voice with lute & bass viol 1600 02:54 Vocal Music
Il lamento, fantasia for instrumental consort 1619 02:33 Chamber Music
Fyer, fyer, madrigal for 5 voices 1595 02:52 Choral
Though Philomela lost hir love, madrigal for 3 voices 1593 01:12 Choral
Fantasia for keyboard in D minor (Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, No. 124) 05:40 Keyboard
Hard by a cristall fountaine, madrigal for 6 voices 1601 03:42 Choral
Lavolta, for consort of instruments (from "The First Booke of Consort Lessons") 1599 02:26 Chamber Music
La sampogna, fantasia for instrumental consort 1619 02:21 Chamber Music
Galliard for keyboard in G major 02:05 Keyboard
Now is the gentle season, madrigal in 2 sections for 4 voices 1594 02:49 Choral
Mistresse mine, well may you fare (O Mistress Mine), song for voice with lute & bass viol 1600 01:59 Vocal Music
Pavin and galliard, for keyboard in D minor ("set by Mr Heyborne") 07:12 Keyboard
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