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Title Composer Editor Reference Price (GBP)
Absterget DeusPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Confitebor tibi DominePhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Desiderium animae ejusPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Domine probasti mePhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Iste sanctus pro lege DeiPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Laudate pueri DominumPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O dilectePhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O divini amorisPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O Maria domina nostraPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O quam miraPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O salutaris hostiaPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
O si quando videboPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Quae est istaPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Salve reginaPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Sub tuam praesidiumPhilipsPikeAB0015.75
Il GelsominoCaldaraPritchardAB0025.00
Lungi dall' idol mioCaldaraPritchardAB0025.00
PartenzaCaldaraPritchardAB0025.00
Christus factus estPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Deus omnipotensPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Ecce non dormitabitPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Hora nonaPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Laboravi in gemitu meoPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Latus eiusPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Levavi oculos meosPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Mulieres sedentesPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Multa flagella peccatorisPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Nolite fieri sicut equusPeersonRastallAB0038.00
O domine Jesu ChristePeersonRastallAB0038.00
O rex gloriaePeersonRastallAB0038.00
Pater fili paracletePeersonRastallAB0038.00
Quid vobis videturPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Redemptor mundiPeersonRastallAB0038.00
Open the dorePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Resolv'd to lovePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Ah, were she pittifullPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Disdaine, that so doth fill meePeersonRastallAB0047.75
O pretious timePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Can a mayde that is well bredPeersonRastallAB0047.75
O I doe lovePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Since just disdaine began to risePeersonRastallAB0047.75
At her faire handsPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Now Robin, laugh and singPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Hey the hornePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Upon my lap my soveraigne sitsPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Locke up, faire lidsPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Love her no morePeersonRastallAB0047.75
Come, pretty wag, and singPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Then with reportsPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Pretty wantons, sweetly singPeersonRastallAB0047.75
What need the morning rise?PeersonRastallAB0047.75
Gaze not on youthPeersonRastallAB0047.75
I onely seeke to please mine eyePeersonRastallAB0047.75
The spring of joy is dryPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Is not that my fancie's queene?PeersonRastallAB0047.75
See, O see who is heere come a-mayingPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Sing, Love is blindPeersonRastallAB0047.75
To pitch our toylesPeersonRastallAB0047.75
Fantasia 1 AttenditePeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 2 AcquaintancePeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 1PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 3 BeautyPeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 2PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 4 ChowsePeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 3PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 5 DelicatePeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 4PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 6PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 5PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 7PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 6PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Fantasia 8PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Almain 7PeersonRastallAB0058.75
Love the delight (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Beautie her cover is (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Time fain would stay (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
More then most faire (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Thou window of the skie (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
You little starres (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
And thou O love (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
O love thou mortall speare (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
If I by nature (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Cupid my prettie boye (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Love is the peace (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Selfe pitties teares (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
O false and treacherous (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Was ever man (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Man dreame no more (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
The flood that did (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Who trusts for trust (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Who thinkes that sorrows felt (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Man dreame no more (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Farewell sweet boy (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Under a throne (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Where shall a sorrow (first setting) (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Dead noble Brooke (first setting) (a 5)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Where shall a sorrow (second setting) (a 6)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Dead noble Brooke (second setting) (a 6)PeersonRastallAB00615.00
Keyboard Music and Literary WorkPeersonRastallAB0082.75
AlmanPeersonRastallAB0082.75
Piper's PavanPeersonRastallAB0082.75
The PrimrosePeersonRastallAB0082.75
The Fall of the LeafPeersonRastallAB0082.75
Fair Orian, in the morneMiltonRastallAB0099.50
Thou God of mightMiltonRastallAB0099.50
O Lord, behold my miseriesMiltonRastallAB0099.50
O had I wings like to a doveMiltonRastallAB0099.50
If than a sinner's sighsMiltonRastallAB0099.50
If ye love meMiltonRastallAB0099.50
When David heard that Absolon was slaineMiltonRastallAB0099.50
O woe is me for theeMiltonRastallAB0099.50
I am the resurrection and the lifeMiltonRastallAB0099.50
Precamur sancte domineMiltonRastallAB0099.50
How doth the holy city remaine solitarieMiltonRastallAB0099.50
She weepeth continually in the nightMiltonRastallAB0099.50
Norwich TuneMiltonRastallAB0099.50
York Tune (first setting)MiltonRastallAB0099.50
York Tune (second setting)MiltonRastallAB0099.50
In Nomine 'If that a sinner's sighs'MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Fantazia 1MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Fantazia 2MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Fantazia 3MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Fantazia 4MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Fantazia 5MiltonRastallAB0106.00
Holy, Lord God almightyBatesonPayneAB0112.50
Vota persolvamWard? (Anonymous)PayneAB0123.25
Vota persolvamAnonymous (Ward?)PayneAB0123.25
Two sacred madrigals for six voicesRamseyPayneAB0133.25
How doth the city remain desolateRamseyPayneAB0133.25
Woe is me that I am constrained to dwellRamseyPayneAB0133.25
Evening Service for trebles: in medio choriHolmesPayneAB0144.00
Magnificat from Evening Service for trebles: in medio choriHolmesPayneAB0144.00
Nunc dimittis from Evening Service for trebles: in medio choriHolmesPayneAB0144.00
Four collects for five voicesRamseyPayneAB0153.50
Almighty God, which hast given us thine only begotten SonRamseyPayneAB0153.50
Almighty God, which through thine only begotten SonRamseyPayneAB0153.50
We beseech thee, O LordRamseyPayneAB0153.50
Almighty God, which hast knit together thine electRamseyPayneAB0153.50
Five full anthems for five and eight voicesLoosemorePayneAB0164.25
Behold, now praise the Lord LoosemorePayneAB0164.25
O God, my heart is readyLoosemorePayneAB0164.25
Tell the daughter of SionLoosemorePayneAB0164.25
To Jesus Christ, the faithful witnessLoosemorePayneAB0164.25
Almighty God, which madest thy blessed sonWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Behold, how good and joyful a thing it isWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Behold, now praise the LordWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Blessed is the man that feareth the LordWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of SabaothWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Thy mercy, O Lord, reacheth unto the heavensWilsonPayneAB0173.50
Turn thy face from my sinsWilsonPayneAB0173.50
MagnificatWilsonPayneAB0183.50
Nunc dimittisWilsonPayneAB0183.50
VeniteWilsonPayneAB0183.50
Almighty God, which doest seeWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Almighty God, which madest thy blessed sonWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Grant, we beseech theeWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Merciful Lord, we beseech theeWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Prevent us, O LordWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Christ rising/Christ is risenWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Merciful Lord, we beseech theeWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Prevent us, O LordWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Christ rising/Christ is risenWilsonPayneAB0194.50
Three verse anthemsLoosemorePayneAB0214.50
Behold, it is ChristLoosemorePayneAB0214.50
Fret not thyselfLoosemorePayneAB0214.50
Thou art worthy, O LordLoosemorePayneAB0214.50
Ce n'est pas jeuPassereauThomas, B.AE0013.50
Gentil mareschalAnonymousThomas, B.AE0013.50
Vous estes trop jeuneGombertThomas, B.AE0013.50
Allez regretzVachoThomas, B.AE0023.50
O Venus bantAnonymousThomas, B.AE0023.50
Tout a par moyAgricolaThomas, B.AE0023.50
J'ay ung mariAnonymousThomas, B.AE0033.50
J'ayme bien mon anyWillaertThomas, B.AE0033.50
Mon petit cueurWillaertThomas, B.AE0033.50
Petite camusetteWillaertThomas, B.AE0033.50
Aqua non e l'humorTromboncinoBoormanAE0043.50
Cangia spera mia vogliaCaraBoormanAE0043.50
Chiare fresch'e dolce aqueEustachioBoormanAE0043.50
E d'un bel matinCapriolusBoormanAE0043.50
Aquil' alteraJacopo da BolognaWilkinsAE0054.00
Si com' al cantoJacopo da BolognaWilkinsAE0054.00
Sotto l'imperoJacopo da BolognaWilkinsAE0054.00
As I out rodeAnonymousRastallAE0063.25
Lullay lullay thou littell tiny childAnonymousRastallAE0063.25
Alarme, alarmeGrimaceWilkinsAE0073.50
Quiconques veut d'amours joirAnonymousWilkinsAE0073.50
Soit tart, tenpre, main ou soirAnonymousWilkinsAE0073.50
Ancidetemi purArcadeltFenlonAE0083.50
Il ciel che radoArcadeltFenlonAE0083.50
Io dico che fra voiArcadeltFenlonAE0083.50
Inperiale sedendoBartolino da PadovaBoormanAE0093.75
La douce chiereBartolino da PadovaBoormanAE0093.75
Qual lege moveBartolino da PadovaBoormanAE0093.75
Inperiale sedendo (keyboard version)Bartolino da PadovaWilkinsAE0103.50
La douce chiere (keyboard version)Bartolino da PadovaWilkinsAE0103.50
Qual lege move (keyboard version)Bartolino da PadovaWilkinsAE0103.50
EsperanceAnonymousRastallAE0113.25
Jeo hay en vosAnonymousRastallAE0113.25
Le grant pleyserAnonymousRastallAE0113.25
Plus pur l'enoryrAnonymousRastallAE0113.25
Al del hatoAnonymousLeeAE0123.50
Dezi flor rresplandecienteAnonymousLeeAE0123.50
Gran gasajo siento yoEncina?LeeAE0123.50
Nuevas, nuevasAnonymousLeeAE0123.50
Qual estavades anocheAnonymousLeeAE0123.50
Che faro ioGalfridus de AngliaFallowsAE0133.50
El mal foco ardaRobertus de AngliaFallowsAE0133.50
Io zemo sospiroGalfridus de AngliaFallowsAE0133.50
O fallaze e ria fortunaRobertus de AngliaFallowsAE0133.50
Alleluya moduletur (Worcester)AnonymousReaneyAE0143.75
Alleluya Nativitas (Worcester)AnonymousReaneyAE0143.75
Apollinis eclipsaturBernard de ClunyBentAE0153.75
Sub Arturo plebsJohannes AlanusBentAE0153.75
Danger me hath unskylfulyAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
I rede that thu be joly and gladAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
Me-lykyth everAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
Thys Yol. The best redAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
Trewe on whom ys al my trystAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
Wel were hym that wystAnonymousSeaman/RastallAE0163.50
Benedicamus dominoAnonymousRastallAE0173.25
Gloria in excelsis deoAnonymousRastallAE0173.25
Pange linguaAnonymousRastallAE0173.25
Si quis amatAnonymousRastallAE0173.25
Ave Maria I say to thatAnonymousRastallAE0183.50
Credo in deum that ys wythowtAnonymousRastallAE0183.50
Lolay, lolay, as I layAnonymousRastallAE0183.50
Pater noster most of myghtAnonymousRastallAE0183.50
Como nos liebas amorAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Desdichado fue nacerAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Por muy dichoso se tengaAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Quedose do quedo yoAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Sobime a lo altoAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Ve temor busca do estesAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
Vos partistes yo quedareAnonymousStembridgeAE0193.50
De esperanca vos vestistesAnonymousCosta BritoAE0203.50
Perdido polos meus olhosAnonymousCosta BritoAE0203.50
Porque me nao ves JoanaAnonymousCosta BritoAE0203.50
Que e o que vejoAnonymousCosta BritoAE0203.50
Quem tem farelosAnonymousCosta BritoAE0203.50
Surge proxima mea (I)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Surge proxima mea (II)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Veni de Libano sponsa (I)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Veni de Libano sponsa (II)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Veni electa mea (I)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Veni electa mea (II)AnonymousRastallAE0213.25
Au dous tens/Biiaus dous amis/ManereAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Bien met/Dame alegies/A ParisAdam de la Halle?Thomas, W.AE0225.00
En Mai/L'autre jour/He resvelleAdam de la Halle?Thomas, W.AE0225.00
En non Dieu/Quant voi/NobisAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
He Marotele/En la praerie/AptaturAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Il n'a en toi/Robins/OmnesAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
L'autre jour/Au tens/In seculumAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
L'autre jour/Hier matinet/OmnesAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Mout me fu/Robins/PortareAdam de la Halle?Thomas, W.AE0225.00
Par un matinet/Les us bosquet/PortareAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Puis qu'en /Quant li jolis/In seculumAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Quant vient/Ne sai que/AmorisAnonymousThomas, W.AE0225.00
Altissonis aptatis/Hin principesAnonymousLeffertsAE0234.50
Febus/Lanista/CornibusAnonymousLeffertsAE0234.50
Inter densas/Imbribus irriguisAnonymousLeffertsAE0234.50
Amor vient/Au tens/Et gaudebitAnonymousEveristAE0244.00
Au queer/Ja ne mi/JoliettementAnonymousEveristAE0244.00
Duce creatureAnonymousEveristAE0244.00
Veine pleine de ducurAnonymousEveristAE0244.00
Volez oyer le castoyAnonymousEveristAE0244.00
Au doz mois/Crux forma/SustinereAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Clap clap/Sus RobinAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
De la vile/A la vile/ManereAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Emi emi Marotele/Emi emi/PortareAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Encontre le tans/Quant fuellent/In odoremAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
J'ai si bien/Aucun m'ont/AngelusAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
L'autrier/Demenant/ManereAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Les l'ormel/Mayn se leva/Je n'y saindraiAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Par une matinee/Mellis stilla/DominoAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Pour escouter/L'autrier joer/SeculorumAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Quant florist/El mois/Et gaudebitAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Quant la froidor/L'autrier/NostrumAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Quant voi/En Mai/ImmolatusAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Quant voi/Virgo virginum/Hec diesAnonymousThomas, W.AE0255.00
Ben di fortunaNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Benche partir da teNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Ch'il ben sofrirNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Chiamo non m'eNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Dio mi guardiNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Donna poss' io sperareNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
I' son tuo donnaNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Il megli' e pur tacereNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
La donna miaNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Non piu diroNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Tal sotto l'acqua (I)Niccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Tal sotto l'acqua (II)Niccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0264.00
Le mont AonAnonymousLeffertsAE0274.75
Phiton PhitonMagister FranciscusLeffertsAE0274.75
Se AlixandreTreborLeffertsAE0274.75
Se GalaasCuvelierLeffertsAE0274.75
Se July CesarTreborLeffertsAE0274.75
Nel mezzo gia del marNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
O giustizia reginaNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
O sommo specchioNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
Passando con pensierNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
Povero pellegrinNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
Rott' e la velaNiccolo da PerugiaKellyAE0284.50
A la rousee/Ab insurgentibusAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
A vos douce debonaire/OmnesAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Au douz Mai/VitamAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Aveques tel Marion/ManereAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Chantez seri Marot/Precedam vosAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Entre Robin et Marion/Et illuminareAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Hyer main trespensis d'amor/DominoAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Hyer main trespensis erroie/Ex semineAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Hyer matin a l'enjornee/DominoAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
L'autrier en Mai/TamquamAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Lonc le rieu de la fontaine/RegnatAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Ne m'oubliez/DominoAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Par matin/Tres douce pensee/FlorebitAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Pensis chief enclin/Flos filiusAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Por cueillir la flor/DocebitAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Por noient/JohanneAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Prenes l'arbre/He resvelle toi RobinAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Quant froidure/DominoAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Quant voi la fleur/Et tenueruntAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Robins a la vile/Stirps YesseAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Sancta Maria gracie/Dou way RobinAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Sans orgueil/JohanneAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Tous seus chevauchai/NeAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Tout leis enmi/DominusAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Trois sereus/Trois sereus/Trois sereus/PerlustravitAnonymousThomas, W.AE0295.25
Au joly boysClaudin de SermisyHillierAE0308.75
Baises moy tant tantWillaertHillierAE0308.75
Bon jour mon cueurGoudimelHillierAE0308.75
Bon jour mon cueurLassusHillierAE0308.75
Ce moys de mayJanequinHillierAE0308.75
D'amour je suis desheriteeRichafortHillierAE0308.75
Demandes-tu douce ennemiede la GrotteHillierAE0308.75
Doulce memoirSandrinHillierAE0308.75
Hau hau hau le boysClaudin de SermisyHillierAE0308.75
Incessament mon povre ceuerde La RueHillierAE0308.75
Je fille quant DieuMaistre GosseHillierAE0308.75
Je prens en gre la dure mortClemensHillierAE0308.75
La nuict froide et sombreLassusHillierAE0308.75
Le berger et la bergereMoutonHillierAE0308.75
Mignonne allons voirCosteleyHillierAE0308.75
Mille regretzJosquinHillierAE0308.75
Mon pere m'y veult marierCertonHillierAE0308.75
O cruaulte logeeJanequinHillierAE0308.75
O doulce amourClaudin de SermisyHillierAE0308.75
Paisible demaineLassusHillierAE0308.75
Revecy venir du printansLe JeuneHillierAE0308.75
Souffrir me convientGombertHillierAE0308.75
Susanne un jourLassusHillierAE0308.75
As many heads have many witsWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Beware how sorrows thee oppressWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
He that contemneth injuriesWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
If ev'ry one that go'th aboutWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
In friends of each estateWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Such as in loveWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
The happy life as I do takeWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
The restless raceWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Thou shalt soon seeWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Though friends be frailWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Whatever hath been in time pastWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
When Cupid had compelled meWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
When fliering fortune favourethWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Who that for truth decreesWhythorneMcQuillanAE0314.75
Li Lais de le RoseAnonymousBuckleyAE0324.75
Li Lais des AmansAnonymousBuckleyAE0324.75
Li Lais du KievrefoelAnonymousBuckleyAE0324.75
Ar ne kuthe ich sorghe nonAnonymousBuckleyAE0334.50
Cantus de Domina (French version)AnonymousBuckleyAE0334.50
Cantus de Domina (Latin version)AnonymousBuckleyAE0334.50
Eyns ne soy ke pleynte fuAnonymousBuckleyAE0334.50
Lasse que devendrai geAnonymousBuckleyAE0334.50
Ahi che spento e il desioPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Ahi che' l mio cor si fuggePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Amarillide miaPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Cosi in gelida scelcePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Cosi pietosa i colpiPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Dolce tormento mioPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Filli mirando'l cieloTantucciFoxeAE0348.00
Fui preso, fui feritoPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Io dislealPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Io mi distillo in piantoTantucciFoxeAE0348.00
Ma in questo e differentePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Madonna un tuo sospiroPecciFoxeAE0348.00
O come sei gentilePecciFoxeAE0348.00
O donna troppo crudaPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Pallidetta mia mortePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Pallidetto mio solePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Parlo misero o taccioPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Perfidissimo voltoPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Se gli amorosi miei gravi tormentiPecciFoxeAE0348.00
Se non basta'l languirePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Taci che ben s'intendePecciFoxeAE0348.00
Celsa sublimaturHugo de LantinsAllsenAE0354.75
Elizabet ZacharieDufayAllsenAE0354.75
Gaude martyrForestAllsenAE0354.75
O pia virgo FidesAnonymousAllsenAE0354.75
Amors m'art con fuoc am flamaAnonymousPageAE0366.00
Assenes chi GrievilierAdam de la HalePageAE0366.00
Au novel tens pascorAnonymousPageAE0366.00
Cil qui d'amors me conseilleGace BrulePageAE0366.00
Contre tens que voi frimerGace BrulePageAE0366.00
D'Amours qui m'a tolu a moiChrestien de TroyesPageAE0366.00
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