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Title: Select ayres and dialogues for one, two, and three voyces, to the theorbo-lute or basse-viol composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, doctors in musick, Henry Lawes, William Lawes, Nicholas Laneare, William Webb, gentlemen and sevants to his late Majesty in his publick and private musick ; and other excellent masters of musick.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Select ayres and dialogues for one, two, and three voyces, to the theorbo-lute or basse-viol composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, doctors in musick, Henry Lawes, William Lawes, Nicholas Laneare, William Webb, gentlemen and sevants to his late Majesty in his publick and private musick ; and other excellent masters of musick.
Wilson, John, 1595-1674., Playford, John, 1623-1686?

London: Printed by W. Godbid for John Playford, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1659.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
"To all lovers of vocall musick" signed: John Playford.
Index: p. [4]-[5]
Subject terms:
Ballads, English.
Songs, English.
Part-songs, English.
Songs with lute.
Vocal duets with lute.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A66560.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO ALL LOVERS OF VOCALL MƲSICK.
An Alphabetical TABLE of the AYRES and DIALOGUES in this Book.
table of contents of remainder
ADVERTISEMENT.
A Catalogue of MUSICK Books sold by John Playford at his Shop in the Temple.
book
A Lovers Melancholy Repose.
Loves ingratitude.
Cupid's weak Artillery.
Love preferring Virtue above Wealth.
A strife betwixt two Cupids reconciled.
Venus lamenting her lost Adonis.
To his Love Answering No.
On his Loves Absence.
Beauty clouded with grief.
On Loves Artillery.
On the Vicissitudes of Love.
A false designe to be cruel.
Constancy in Love.
On Inconstancy.
On Womens Inconstancy.
A Resolution not to Love.
A Forsaken Lovers Complaint.
At a Masque, to invite the Ladies to Dance.
An Italian Ayre.
A French Ayre.
Loves Scrutiny.
No Beauty without Love.
Delayes in Love breeds Danger.
On Caelia's Coynesse.
Loves sweet Repose.
A Willow Garland sent for a Newyeers-gift.
Loves Victory.
Diswasion from Presumption.
The Careless Lovers Resolution.
Disdain.
Loves Fruition.
Loves Drollery.
Disdain returned.
Loves Content.
To his Forsaken Mistresse.
To a Lady singing.
On a Bleeding Lover.
Two Songs in the Play of The Royal Slave.
Love and Musick.
A Resolution in choice of a Mistresse.
Inconstancy in Love.
Discontent.
Loves Votary.
To Aurelia.
Loves Flattery.
To Chloris.
Seeming Coyness.
Loves Bachinall.
Platonick Love.
Love Neglected.
Lovers Wantonnesse.
Venus to her Adonis
Loves Flattery.
Inconstancie in Women.
A Lovers Legacy.
Loves Martyr.
Amintor for his Chloris absence.
Love in a Calme.
Loves Shepherdesse.
Love without Additionals.
A Frozen Heart made warm by Love.
False Love reproved.
Loves torrid Zone.
To his Chloris at Parting.
Coyness in Love.
Love possest.
A Lovers Resolution.
The Primrose.
Cupid's Embassage.
Coridon to his Phillis.
On Chloris attractive Beauty.
Clora forsaken, thus complains.
Reciprocal Love.
On Loves deceitful Charmes.
Beauty a fading Ornament.
Beauty in Eclipse.
Cupid detected.
Loves Flattery.
Loves Theft.
Power of Love.
A Motive to Love.
On Liberty.
Beauty and Love at ods.
Love admits no Delay.
The Anglers Song.
On Attractive Beauty.
Power of Love.
The Jovial Begger.
A Protest against Love.
The Excellency of Wine.
An Italian Ayre.
An Italian Ayre for two Voyces.
Cantus.
Bassus.
SECOND BOOK: CONTAINING DIALOGUES For TWO VOYCES: To be Sung to the Theorboe Lute or Basse-Viol.
A Dialogue betwixt Phillis and Clorillo.
verse
Chorus together.
A Dialogue between Silvia and Thirsis.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between a Shepherd and Lucinda.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between Daphne and Strephon.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between Shepherd and Shepherdess.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue betwixt an Nymph and a Shepherd.
verse
Chorus together.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between Strephon and Phillis.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between Venus and Vulcan.
verse
Chorus.
A Dialogue between Charon and Philomel.
verse
Chorus both together.
A Dialogue between Thyrsis and Damon.
verse
Chorus.
A Glee to Bachus with Chorus for Three voyces to be sung between every verse.
Chorus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
First verse.
Second verse.
Third verse.
Fourth verse.
chorus
A Glee to the Cook.
verse
Chorus for three Voyces.
verse
Chorus of three Voyces again.
The Tinker.
verse
Chorus.
verse
Chorus.
A Glee.
THIRD BOOK. CONTAINING Short AYRES or BALADS for Three Voyces: Which may be sung either by a Voyce alone, or by Two or Three Voyces.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Chloris taking the Ayre.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Cantus Secundus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
verse
Chorus.
Altus.
verse
Chorus.
Bassus.
verse
Chorus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Bassus.
song
Cantus Primus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
In praise of MUSICK.