Twelve Elizabethan Songs 1601-1610

This is one of a series of posts about books used as source material for Art Song Central.

Book Title: Twelve Elizabethan Songs 1601-1610
Editor: Janet Dodge
Publisher: A. H. Bullen
Published: 1902

Google Books has a downloadable copy of Twelve Elizabethan Songs.


  • Though you are young (Thomas Campion)
  • When to her lute Corinna sings (Thomas Campion)
  • Shall I come if I swim? (Thomas Campion and Philip Rosseter)
  • My love is neither young nor olde (Robert Jones)
  • Time stands still with gazing on her face (John Dowland)
  • Ye bubling springs (Thomas Greaves)
  • Dost thou withdraw thy grace? (John Danyel)
  • I dye when as I doe not see (John Danyel)
  • Doe not, O doe not prize thy beautie (Robert Jones)
  • Unconstant love (Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger)
  • Shall a frowne or angrie eye (William Corkine)
  • Sweet Cupid, ripen her desire (William Corkine)

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