For the hearne and ducke (John Bennet)

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  • CPDL #24706:         
Editor: James Gibb (submitted 2011-10-12).   Score information: A4, 3 pages, 30 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Based on #14847. Transposed down a tone. Some minor changes to underlay to regularise spelling, and to note length at cadences. MusicXML source file is in compressed .mxl format.
  • CPDL #14847:       
Editor: Brian Russell (submitted 2007-09-09).   Score information: A4, 4 pages, 35 kB   Copyright: CPDL
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Editor: Vince M. Brennan (submitted 2005-11-15).   Score information: Letter, 6 pages, 56 kB   Copyright: Personal
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Editor: Christian Mondrup (submitted 1999-08-03).   Score information: Letter, 3 pages, 78 kB   Copyright: Personal
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General Information

Title: For the Hearne and Ducke
Composer: John Bennet

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SSAT
Genre: SecularPartsong

Language: English
Instruments: Ad lib.

Published: A Briefe Discourse (1614)

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Original text and translations

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Lower Faulkners lower, give warning to the field,
let fly, make mounting hearnes to yield!
Die, fearful ducks, and climb no more so high,
the Nyas hawk will kiss the azure sky.
But when our soarhawks fly and stiff winds blow,
then long to late we falc'ners cry “hey ho!"