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'''Biography:'''<br>
 
'''Biography:'''<br>
 
Thomas Campion was an English composer and poet.
 
Thomas Campion was an English composer and poet.
 
 
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==List of choral works==
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==List of vocal works at CPDL==
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===Sacred songs===
 
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===Secular songs===
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'''The First Booke of Ayres. Contayning Divine and Morall Songs (about 1613)'''
 
'''The First Booke of Ayres. Contayning Divine and Morall Songs (about 1613)'''
*''[[As by the Streames of Babilon (Thomas Campion)|No. XIIII As by the Streames of Babilon]]''{{Link|music.dalitio.de/choir/campion/as-by-the-streams/ {{net}}}}
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#Author of light
*''[[Babylon streams (Psalm 51) (Thomas Campion)|Third party arrangement of No. XIIII with Psalm 51 text underlay]]''{{LLink|Babylon_Streams(Ps_51).pdf|Babylon_Streams.mid}}
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#The man of life upright (II)
*[[Never weather-beaten sail (Thomas Campion)|''No. XI Never weather-beaten sail'']] &nbsp; {{editions|4}}
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#{{NoCo|Where are all thy beauties now}}
*''[[Sing a song of joy (Thomas Campion)|No. XV Sing a song of joy]]'' &nbsp; ( [{{filepath:CampionSSJ.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [{{filepath:CampionSSJ.mid}} {{mid}}] )
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#Out of my soul's depth
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#View me, Lord, a work of thine
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#Bravely deckt, come forth, bright day
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#To music bent is my retired mind
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#Tune thy music to thy heart
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#Most sweet and pleasing
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#Wise men patience never want
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#[[Never weather-beaten sail (Thomas Campion)|''Never weather-beaten sail'']]
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#Lift up to heaven, sad wretch
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#Lo, when back mine eye
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#{{NoCo|As by the Streames of Babilon}}
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#{{NoCo|Sing a song of joy|No. XV Sing a song of joy}}
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#Awake, awake, thou heavy sprite
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#Come, cheerful day
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#Seek the Lord, and in his ways persever
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#Lighten, heavy heart, thy sprite
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#Jack and Joan they think no ill
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#All looks be pale
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*{{NoCo|Babylon streams (Psalm 51)|Third party arrangement of No. 14 with Psalm 51 text underlay}}
  
 
'''The Second Booke of Ayres. Containing Light Conceits of Lovers (about 1613)'''
 
'''The Second Booke of Ayres. Containing Light Conceits of Lovers (about 1613)'''
*''[[O what unhoped (Thomas Campion)|O what unhoped]]''{{Link|music.dalitio.de/choir/campion/ayres-book2/ {{net}}}}
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#Vaine men, whose follies make a god of love
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#How eas'ly wert thou chained
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#Harden now thy tired heart
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#{{NoCo|O what unhoped|O What unhop'd for sweet supply}}
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#Where she her sacred bower adorns
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#Fain would I my love disclose
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#Give beauty all her right
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#O dear that I with thee might live
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#Good men, show, if you can tell
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#What harvest half so sweet is
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#Sweet, exclude me not
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#The peaceful western wind
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#There is none, O none but you
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#Pin'd I am and like to die
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#So many loves have I neglected
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#{{NoCo|Though your strangeness frets my heart}}
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#Come away, arm'd with love's delights
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#Come, you pretty false-ey'd wanton
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#A secret love
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#Her rosy cheeks, her ever-smiling eyes
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#Where shall I refuge seek
  
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'''The Third Booke of Ayres (1617)'''
*[[Here she her sacred bower adornes (Thomas Campion)|''Here she her sacred bower adornes'']]{{Link|www.evatoller.pp.se/ {{net}}}}
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#Oft have I sigh'd for him that hears me not
*''[[My love hath vowed he will forsake me (Thomas Campion)|My love hath vowed he will forsake me]]'' ( [{{SERVER}}/wiki/images/1/11/197.pdf {{pdf}}] [{{SERVER}}/brianrussell/197.mid {{mid}}] [{{SERVER}}/brianrussell/197.nwc NoteWorthy Composer] )
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#Maids are simple, some men say
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#Kind are her answers
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#Break now, my heart, and die!
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#{{NoCo|Now winter nights enlarge}}
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#What is it all that men possess
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#If thou long'st so much to learn
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#{{NoCo|Shall I come, sweet love, to thee}}
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#Thrice toss these oaken ashes in the air
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#Fire, fire, fire!
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#Come, O come, my life's delight
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#Could my heart more tongues employ
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#Sleep, angry beauty, sleep, and fear not me
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#Never love unless you can
  
*[[Shall I come, sweet love, to thee (Thomas Campion)|''Shall I come, sweet love, to thee'']]{{Link|www.evatoller.pp.se/ {{net}}}}
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'''The Fourth Booke of Ayres (1617)'''
 
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#Leave prolonging thy distress
*[[There is a garden in her face (Thomas Campion)|''There is a garden in her face'']]{{Link|www.evatoller.pp.se/ {{net}}}}
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#Thou joy'st, fond boy, to be by many loved
 
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#Veil, love, mine eyes
*''[[Though your strangeness frets my heart (Thomas Campion)|Though your strangeness frets my heart]]''&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(&nbsp;[{{filepath:Though_your_strangeness_frets_my_heart.pdf}} {{pdf}}]&nbsp;[{{filepath:Though_your_strangeness_frets_my_heart.mid}} {{mid}}]&nbsp;[{{filepath:Though_your_strangeness_frets_my_heart.cap}} Capella]&nbsp;)
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#{{NoCo|There is a garden in her face}}
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#Love me or not, love her I must or die
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#Beauty is but a painted hell
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#I must complain
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#Think'st thou to seduce me then
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#Turn all thy thoughts to eyes
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#Beauty, since you so much desire
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#{{NoCo|Fain would I wed a fair young man}}
  
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*{{NoCo|Fair, if you expect admiring}}
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*{{NoCo|Here she her sacred bower adornes}}
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*{{NoCo|I care not for these ladies}}
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*{{NoCo|Lord have mercy upon me}}
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*{{NoCo|My love hath vowed he will forsake me}}
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*{{NoCo|When Laura smiles}}
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*{{NoCo|When the god of merry love}}
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*{{NoCo|Woo her and win her}}
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==Musical settings of literary works==
==Settings of his literary works==
 
 
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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
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*[[The First Booke of Ayres, Contayning Divine and Morall Songs (Thomas Campion)|The First Booke of Ayres, Contayning Divine and Morall Songs]] (about 1613)
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*[[The Second Booke of Ayres, Containing Light Conceits of Lovers (Thomas Campion)|The Second Booke of Ayres, Containing Light Conceits of Lovers]] (about 1613)
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*[[The Third Booke of Ayres (Thomas Campion)|The Third Booke of Ayres]] (1617)
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*[[The Fourth Booke of Ayres (Thomas Campion)|The Fourth Booke of Ayres]] (1617)
  
 
==External links==
 
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[[Category:Baroque composers]]
 
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[[Category:English composers]]
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