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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8366 0661
Name: 
George Kirbye
George Kirbye (britisk komponist)
George Kirbye (Brits componist (1565-1634))
George Kirbye (brittisk kompositör)
George Kirbye (compositeur, actif à partir de 1592)
George Kirbye (English composer)
Kirbye, George
Dates: 
approximately 1565-1634
Creation class: 
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
composer
performer
Related names: 
Byrd, William (1543?-1623)
Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625)
Lécot, Jean-Paul (1947-....))
Morley, Thomas (1557?-1602)
Payne, Ian
Tallis, Thomas (1505?-1585)
Ward, John (1589?-1638)
Weelkes, Thomas (1576?-1623)
Wilbye, John (1574-1638)
Wooldridge, Harry Ellis (1845-1917)
Titles: 
Ah, cruel, hateful fortune
Ah, sweet, alas, when first I saw those eyes
Alas, what hope of speeding
Bright Phœbus greets most cleerly
Chants de Lourdes.
Du bist, o Herr, das Lebensbrot aus dem Ravenscroft-Psalter
English madrigalls. See what a maze of error
English madrigalls. Sorrow consumes me
Farewell, my love, I part contented
First Set of English Madrigals: Why Should I Love?
Flora gave me fayrest flowers
here my heart I leave with her remaining
Hymns. The Yattendon hymnal, edited by Robert Bridges and H. Ellis Wooldridge
If pity reign with beauty
love, alas, yet am I not beloved, I
[Madrigale set 1]. -
Madrigals (1597). [from old catalog]
Madrigals from manuscript sources
Madrigals. Selections
Madrigals to 4, 5, and 6 voices : (published in 1597) A madrigal by George Kirbye (included by Morley in the "Triumphs of Oriana," published in 1601
Mourn now, my soul, with anguish of my pains
music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford
music collection of St. Michael's college, Tenbury
Must I part, o my jewel
O heavens, what shall I do ? Alas, must I
O Jesu look
Quare tristis es, anima mea
See what a maze of error
She, that my plaints with rigour long rejected
Sleep now, my muse, and henceforth take thy rest
Sorrow consumes me, and instead of rest
Sound out, my voice, with pleasant tunes recording
Sweet love, o cease thy flying
That muse which sung the beauty of thy face
Triumphs of Oriana: With Angel's Face and Brightness, The
Twelve Madrigals to five voices, by George Kirbye..., edited by G. E. P. Arkwright
Unpublished English manuscripts before 1850, section A
Up then, Melpomene, the mournful'st muse of nine
Vox in rama audita est
What can I do, my dearest, of the sweet help deprived
What, shall I part thus unregarded
Why should I love ?
Why wail we thus ? why weary we the gods with plaints
With angels face
Woe am I, my heart dies
Contributed to or performed: 
Triumphs of Oriana, The
Virtuose Gesänge
Notes: 
Sources: 
BOWKER
CDR
NTA