Pammelia: The three part canons (Thomas Ravenscroft)

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  • CPDL #32132:   
Editor: Andreas Stenberg (submitted 2014-05-29).   Score information: A4, 57 pages, 4.12 MB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: This edition of all the three part canons in Pammelia gives the pieces in Mensural notation, modern transcription and a threepart resolution score.

General Information

Title: Pammelia: The three part canons
Composer: Thomas Ravenscroft
Lyricist:

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: TTT
Genre: SacredCanon

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

First Published: 1609 in Pammelia..

Description: The Canons are all in unison (for equal voices) save No: 13. Hey downe a downe behold and see. The latter is a canon in the fifth and the ninth.

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List of music

  • No: 1. Hey hoe, to the greene wood
  • No: 2. O my fearefull dreames
  • No: 3. Iolly shepheard and upon a hill as he sate
  • No: 4. All into service let vs ring
  • No: 5. New Oysters, new oysters
  • No: 6. Oken leaues in the merry wood so wilde
  • No: 7. Now God bee with old Simon
  • No: 8. Well fare the Nightingale
  • No: 9. Follow me quickly
  • No: 10. Now kisse the cup
  • No: 11. New Oysters, new walestreet Oysters
  • No: 12. All in to seruice, the belles toles
  • No: 13. Hey downe adowne, behold and see
  • No: 14. Miserere nostri Domine
  • No: 15. Pietas omnium virtutem
  • No: 16. Intende voci Orationis mea
  • No: 17. Haec est vita æterna
  • No: 18. Miserere nostri Dominen viuentium
  • No: 19. O Prayse the Lord ye that feare him
  • No: 20. The Nightingale, the mery Nightingale
  • No: 21. The old dogge, the iolly old dogge
  • No: 22. Ioan come kisse me now
  • No: 23. My Dame has in her hutch at home
  • No: 24. Goe no more to Brainford
  • No: 25. Dame lend me a loafe
  • No: 26. I am a thirst
  • No: 27. There lies a pudding in the fire
  • No: 28. Hey downe a downe behold and see
  • No: 29. What hap had I to marry a shrow

Original text and translations

See individual movements for texts and translations.