Texts by J. Berkenhead set in Art Songs and Choral Works
Texts set in art song or choral works (not necessarily comprehensive):
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- Anacreon's Ode, call'd, The Lute (I long to sing the Seidge of Troy) - H. Lawes DUT FRE GER GER GER
- An Anniversary on the Nuptials of John Earle of Bridgewater, July 22. 1652 (The Day's return'd, and so are we) - H. Lawes
- Away, away, Anacreon FRE GER GER
- I long to sing the Seidge of Troy DUT FRE GER GER GER - H. Lawes
- No Reprieve (Now, now Lucasia, now make haste) - H. Lawes
- Now, now Lucasia, now make haste - H. Lawes
- O how I hate thee now
- O King of Heaven and Hell, of Sea and Earth! - H. Lawes
- Orpheus' Hymn (O King of Heaven and Hell, of Sea and Earth!) - H. Lawes
- Staying in London after the Act for Banishment, and going to meet a Friend who fail'd the hour appoynted (Two hundred minutes are run down) - H. Lawes
- The Day's return'd, and so are we - H. Lawes
- Two hundred minutes are run down - H. Lawes
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