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Third Part of 19. MADRIGAL for Five Voices. Yet if that age had frosted ore his head,
Or if his face had furrowed beene with yeeres,
I might have beene more niggard of my teares.
20. MADRIGAL for Five Voices. Trust not too much, faire youth, unto thy feature,
Be not enamored of thy blushing hew;
The flowers will fade that in thy garden grew.
There is no doubt that Syr Christopher Hatlon, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath, wrote the Words of the above Twenty Madrigals, according to the Preface of the Work.
See Dr. Boyce. an Account of Sir Christopher Hatton, Abbey Guide ; also a very curious Monument of him. Hatton Garden was named after him.
Orlando Gibbons was Organist of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, and of the Chapels Royal of King James the First, in 1604: Batchelor in Music at Cambridge, 1606. He died at Canterbury, of the small pox, on Whit-Sunday, (which was on the 5th of June) 1625.
ERRATA. In the Glee, “ Are the white hours for ever fled," Page 5, in the second line, for make read mark.
In the Glee, “ Arise ye winds," in the 9th line, for Cruel, ah! how he swore, read Cruel, ah ! cruel how he swore-and in the 11th and 12th lines, for
Next to the powers divine,
O God of love ! men's treachery :
“ Come live with me and be my love," the Poetry was written by Christopher Marlow, and not by Wm. Shakspeare, see Page 45.
“ If love and all the world were young," the Poetry was written by Sir Walter Raleigh, (but they were published by Bell, under the name of Shakspeare, in a work of his Poems :) See England's HELICON.
“What shaft of fate,” Page 372, by Mr.S. Wesley, has been inserted by mistake as a Glee for Four Voices, but it is a Song by thát Gentleinan, with a Piano-forte Accompaniment.
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