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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1025 5478
Name: 
Campian, Thomas
Campianus, Thomas
Campion, Thomas
Campion, Thomas (M.)
キャンピオン
Dates: 
1567-1620
Creation class: 
Computer file
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Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
composer
librettist
performer
Related names: 
Barańczak, Stanisław (1946- ))
Dowland, John (1563-1626)
Hart, Joan (1917- ))
Holborne, Anthony (d. 1602)
Johnson, Robert
Morley, Thomas [ca 1557]-1602
Naxos Digital Services
Pilkington, Francis (ap 1570-1638)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Rosseter, Philip (1568-1623)
Royal Musical Association
Scott, David (1943-)
Simpson, Christopher (d. 1669.)
Sowerby, Robin
Vivian, Percival
Willan, Healey (1880-1968)
Titles: 
Airs, book 1 Author of light
Airs, book 2 Com you pretty false-ey'd wanton
Airs, book 2 Turne back you wanton flier
Airs, book 3 Oft have I sighed
Airs, book 4
As by the streams of Babylon
Ayres, 1st book. All lookes be pale, harts cold as stone
Ayres, 1st book. Author of light, revive my dying spright
Ayres, 1st book. Come chearfull day
Ayres, 1st book. Jacke and Jone they thinke no ill
Ayres, 1st book. Never weather-beaten saile more willing bent to shore
Ayres, 1st book. Selections
Ayres, 1st book. Sing a song of joy
Ayres, 1st book. Where are all thy beauties now, all harts enchaining?
Ayres, 2nd book. Peacefull westerne winde
Ayres, 2nd book. Pin'd I am and like to dye
Ayres, 2nd book. Secret love or two, I must confesse
Ayres, 2nd book. Selections
Ayres, 2nd book. Sweet, exclude me not
Ayres, 3rd book. Breake now my heart and dye, Oh no, she may relent
Ayres, 3rd book. Could my heart more tongues imploy
Ayres, 3rd book. Fire, fire, fire, fire loe here I burn
Ayres, 3rd book. If thou long'st so much to learne
Ayres, 3rd book. Kinde are her answers
Ayres, 3rd book. Never love unlesse you can
Ayres, 3rd book. Oft have I sigh'd for him that heares me not
Ayres, 3rd book. Selections
Ayres, 3rd book. Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?
Ayres, 3rd book. Silly boy, 'tis full moone yet
Ayres, 3rd book. Thrice tosse these oaken ashes in the ayre
Ayres, 4th book. Beauty is but a painted hell
Ayres, 4th book. Beauty, since you so much desire
Ayres, 4th book. Faine would I wed a faire young man, that day and night could please mee
Ayres, 4th book. I must complain, yet doe enjoy my love
Ayres, 4th book. Leave prolonging thy distresse
Ayres, 4th book. Selections
Ayres, 4th book. There is a garden in her face
Ayres, 4th book. To his sweet lute Apollo sung the motions of the spheares
Ayres, libro 1º
Ayres, libro 2º
Ayres, libro 3º
care not for these ladies, I
Come let us sound with melodie the praises
discription of a maske, The
Faire if you expect admiring
Harke all you ladies that doo sleepe
It fell on a sommers daie
Lieder (1601) I care not for these ladies
Lords maske
Mistris since you so much desire
Move now with measured sound
My love hath vowed hee will forsake mee
New way of making fowre parts in counterpoint
Now hath Flora rob'd her bowers
Songs, lute, viol accompaniment. Selections
Sypres curten of the night is spread
Though you are yoong and I am olde
Turne backe you wanton flier
When to her lute Corrina sings
Winter nights
Wooe her, and win her, he that can
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