Author: Thomas Flatman (1637 - 1688)
Texts set to music as art song or choral works [warning - not necessarily comprehensive]
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- A pastoral elegy (As on his death-bed gasping Strephon lay) - John Blow
- As on his death-bed gasping Strephon lay - John Blow (A pastoral elegy)
- Behold th' indulgent Prince is come - Henry Purcell
- From those serene and rapturous joys (Welcome, more welcome does he come) - Henry Purcell
- From those serene and rapturous joys - Henry Purcell
- How happy a thing were a wedding - Carol Barratt (The Bachelor's Song)
- 'I saw you take his kiss!' ''Tis true.” - Elizabeth Walton Vercoe (The kiss)
- Nor does the Sun more comfort bring - Henry Purcell
- Not with an Helmet or a glitt'ring Spear - Henry Purcell
- The Bachelor's Song (How happy a thing were a wedding) - Carol Barratt
- The kiss ('I saw you take his kiss!' ''Tis true.”) - Elizabeth Walton Vercoe
- Welcome as soft refreshing show'rs - Henry Purcell
- Welcome, more welcome does he come - Henry Purcell (From those serene and rapturous joys)
- With trumpets and shouts we receive the World's Wonder - Henry Purcell
Last update: 2019-01-23 20:02:39