Phyllis and Amaryllis by : John Farmer : John Wilbye : Philip Lawson : Thomas Morley : Thomas Tomkins : William Byrd
Just like many pop songs of today; English Renaissance madrigals; the pop songs of their time; mention loved ones by name. Two of the most frequent to crop up are “Phyllis” and “Amaryllis;” both names derived from Greek mythology and obviously popular in the 16th century. These five charming madrigals all refer to ladies named Phyllis and Amaryllis; including one which has both! The collection includes: Adieu; sweet Amaryllis (John Wilbye); Fair Phyllis (John Farmer); I love; alas; I love thee (Thomas Morley); See; see the shepherds' queen (Thomas Tomkins); Though Amaryllis dance in green (William Byrd).
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|Publisher||De Haske Publications|
| Media ||Octavo|
| Format ||SATB div. a cappella|
| Length x Width ||10.5 x 6.75 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL216063|
| 1st Publication Date||05/2017|
Title: Fair Phyllis I Saw
Lyricist: John Farmer
Writer: John Farmer
Title: See; See The Shepherds' Queen
Title: Adieu; Sweet Amaryllis
Title: I Love; Alas; I Love Thee
Title: Though Amaryllis Dance In Green
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