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  1. Everyday Matters: A Love Story by Nardi Reeder Campion, 2004-08-30
  2. Court Masques: Jacobean and Caroline Entertainments, 1605-1640 (Oxford Drama Library) by George Chapman, Ben Jonson, et all 1995-12-07
  3. Selected Songs of Thomas Campion by Thomas Campion, 1972-12
  4. The works of Dr. Thomas Campion by Thomas Campion, A H. 1857-1920 Bullen, 2010-09-13
  5. The Lyric Poems Of Thomas Campion (1896) by Thomas Campion, 2010-09-10
  6. Thomas Campion (Twayne's English Authors Series) by Walter R. Davis, 1987-08
  7. Seven Spiritual Songs, Of Shakespeare's Time: Words And Music By Thomas Campion (1919) by Thomas Campion, 2010-05-23
  8. Thomas Campion: Poet, Composer, Physician by Edward Lowbury, etc., 1970-07-23
  9. Thomas Campion and the Art of English Poetry by Thomas MacDonagh, 2010-01-02
  10. England's Musical Poet - Thomas Campion by Miles Merwin Kastendieck, 2007-03-15
  11. The Works of Thomas Campion by Thomas Campion, 1970-04-01
  12. Thomas Campion and the Art of English Poetry [ 1913 ] by Thomas MacDonagh, 2009-08-10
  13. Poetical Works Of Thomas Campion (1900) by Thomas Campion, 2008-06-02
  14. Thomas Campion (Medieval and Renaissance Authors Series Vol 7) by David Lindley, 1997-08

1. Lyrics To Thomas Campion Songs
Lyrics with sound files for the songs, a biographical note, and a bibliography.Category Arts Literature Authors C Campion, Thomas...... Source Campion, Thomas. About Thomas campion thomas Campion was known to and anassociate of the plotters, although he did not take part in the plot itself.
L yrics to Thomas Campion Songs.
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When Thou Must Home
What if a Day? Follow thy faire Sunne ... Beauty Is But A Painted Hell
When Thou Must Home Midi Music
When Thou must home to shades of under ground,
And there ariv'd, a newe admired guest,
The beauteous spirits do ingirt thee round,
White Iope, blith Helen, and the rest,
To heare the stories of thy finisht love,
From that smoothe toong whose musicke hell can move: Then wilt thou speake of banqueting delights,
Of masks and revels which sweete youth did make,
Of Turnies and great challenges of knights,
And all these triumphes for thy beauties sake: When thou hast told these honours done to thee, Then tell, O tell how thou didst murther me. -Thomas Campion To return to the top of this page click here
What If a Day Midi Music
What if a day, or a month, or a yeare, Crown thy delights with a thousand sweet contentlings? Cannot a chance of a night or an howre Crosse thy desires with as many sad tormentings? Fortune, honor, beauty, youth are but blossoms dying; Wanton pleasure, doating love

2. Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion (1567 1620). Visit his site for English translations, notes, andfurther information about Thomas Campion The Latin Poetry of Thomas Campion.
Thomas Campion (1567 - 1620) Epigrams I Epigrams II Elegies Ad Thamesin ...
Submitted by Dana F. Sutton (University of California, Irvine). Visit his site for English translations, notes, and further information about Thomas Campion: The Latin Poetry of Thomas Campion Neo-Latin The Latin Library The Classics Homepage

3. Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion. 15671620. No information currently available.
Thomas Campion
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4. Thomas Campion - Kalliope
Kalliope Digtere Thomas Campion. Thomas Campion (15671620). Top-10over mest læste Thomas Campion digte i Kalliope.

5. Selected Poems Of Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion (15671620) Follow Thy Fair Sun; I care Not for TheseLadies; My Sweetest Lesbia; Now Winter Nights Enlarge; Rose Cheeked
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6. Phorum - Thomas Campion

7. Thomas Campion
Thomas Campion(15671620). -a law student, a phycian, a composer, a writerof masques and a poet -His love of versification -Observations
Thomas Campion -a law student, a phycian, a composer, a writer of masques and a poet
-His love of versification
Observations in the Art of English Poesy : defending quantitative verse;
disparaging the accentual, rhymed verse characteristic of
poetry in English
-peoms: My Sweetest Lesbia
When to Her Lute Corinna Sings

There is a Garden in Her Face

8. Campion
Thomas Campion (15671620). Song Texts. Come, O come my life's delightGurney; Come, O come, my life's delight! Let me not in languor
Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
Song Texts
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9. Miscellaneous Songs By Campion
Thomas Campion (15671620). Miscellaneous Songs. Author of Light; Come, cheerfulday; Fair, if you expect admiring; If thou long'st so much to learn;
Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
Miscellaneous Songs
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10. Campion, Thomas Opera & Vocal
Campion, Thomas Opera Vocal. Title Ralph Vaughan Williams Over Hill, Over DaleSubject Opera Vocal Author campion thomas Roscoe, MartinB000002ZYQ
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11. The Works Of Thomas Campion
Visitors to this site may read the Ayres and listen to the tunes simultaneously via midi. The page connects to further information on the author. to thomas campion. Site copyright ©19962002 Anniina Jokinen.

12. Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
"thomas campion, Renaissance English poet and composer. Life, Works, Resources." Webpages Category Arts Literature Authors C campion, thomas......thomas campion (15671620) 2, 1996. Last updated on May 7, 2002. Music Never Weather-Beaten Saile by thomas campion, English.
Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
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The Life of Thomas Campion
The Works of Thomas Campion Essays and Articles Campion MIDI files ...
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to Renaissance English Literature Anniina Jokinen
Created by Anniina Jokinen on June 2, 1996. Last updated on May 7, 2002.
Music: "Never Weather-Beaten Saile" by Thomas Campion, English.

13. Poets' Corner - Thomas Campion - Selected Works
Selectd Works by poet thomas campion Till "Cherryripe" themselves do cry. thomas campion. Thrice Toss Those Oaken Ashes in the Air

14. Campion, Thomas (1567 - 1620)
campion, thomas (1567 1620). The English poet, composer and doctorthomas campion established his reputation as a poet in the 1590s
Campion, Thomas (1567 - 1620)
The English poet, composer and doctor Thomas Campion established his reputation as a poet in the 1590s and published his first songs in 1601. He wrote and composed masques for royal entertainment, particularly after the succession of King James of Scotland to the throne of England as James I, and was unusual in that he wrote both words and music for his many songs with lute accompaniment. Vocal Music Campion's musical legacy consists entirely of some 119 lute-songs. Many of these were published in a series of four Bookes of Ayres. They include the vivid "Fire, fire, fire fire loe here I burne, Never weather-beaten saile" and "Woo her, and win her, he that can", among a rich collection.

15. CD Review
An examination for Music and Vision by Wilfrid Mellers. Includes examination of historical background Category Arts Music Composition Composers C campion, thomas......THE GENTLEMAN. Wilfrid Mellers considers the songs of thomas campion.When, during the High Renaissance, vocal music began to shift
Wilfrid Mellers considers the songs of Thomas Campion

16. Composer
Brief biographical sketch, comments on vocal music, and Naxos discography., Thomas

GAMPHUYSEN^-CAMPION, E. in such conditions as diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera. It is a popular remedy for " cold in the head," but it is not to be relied upon as a prophylactic against infection either by an ordinary cold or trUe influenza. CAMPI, GIULIO (1500-1572), the founder of a school of Italian painters, was born at Cremona. He was son of a painter, Galeazzo Campi (1475-1536), under whom he took his first lessons in art. He was then taught by Giulio Romano; and he made a special study of Titiari, Correggio and Raphael. His works are remarkable for their correctness, vigour and loftiness of style. They are very numerous, and the church of St Margaret in his native town owes all its paintings to his hand. Among the earliest of his school are his brothers, Vincenzo and Antonio, the latter of whom was also of some mark as a sculptor and as historian of Cremona. Giulio's pupil, BERNARDINO CAMPI (1522-1592), in some respects superior to his master, began life as a goldsmith. After an education under Giulio Campi and Ippolito Corta, he attained such skill that when he added another to the eleven Caesars of Titian, it was impossible to say which was the master's and which the imitator's. He was also much influenced by Correggio and Raphael. His principal work is seen in the frescoes of the cupola at San Sigismondo, at Cremona. See D. Antonio Rodrrquez Villa, Patino y Campillo .(Madrid, 1882).

18. HOASM: Thomas Campion (Campian)
Biography, family background, and links to related composers, music styles, historical context, and partial discography. From the Here of a Sunday Morning radio program.
Thomas Campion (Campian)
English poet and composer. Campion was son of the attorney and diplomatic courier John Campion: he was raised in affluence and entered Cambridge in 1581. Leaving three years later, probably without a degree, he joined Gray's Inn, a gentleman's society that engaged in amateur and semi-professional music-making. There he composed and performed masques and other music for noble and royal audiences, including Queen Elizabeth. Apart from his poetry, he published five volumes of ayres, mainly to his own texts, beginning in 1601 with a volume compiled jointly with his close associate Philip Rosseter ; he also wrote masques and occasional music, little of which survives. An important composer, he was the only English composer to experiment with and the first to imitate the Florentine monodists, criticizing intricate counterpoint and naive word painting. He was best at epigrammatic, dance-like pieces, in which sense he was the opposite of Dowland
A Partial Thomas Campion Discography
Poems by Thomas Campion IV M: England Through 1635 ... Guide to English Song in the Elizabethan and Stuart Ages

19. Thomas Campion. When To Her Lute Corinna Sings.
Source campion, thomas. campion's Works. Percival Vivian, Ed. 9. MIDI campion,thomas When To Her Lute Corinna Sings. Sequenced by Allan Alexander.
When To Her Lute
Corinna Sings
by Thomas Campion
When to her lute Corrina sings,
Her voice reuiues the leaden stringes,
And doth in highest noates appeare,
As any challeng'd eccho cleere ;
But when she doth of mourning speake,
Eu'n with her sighes the strings do breake.
And as her lute doth liue or die,
Led by her passion, so must I, For when of pleasure she doth sing, My thoughts enioy a sodaine spring, But if she doth of sorrow speake, Eu'n from my hart the strings doe breake. Gentileschi, Orazio. The Lute Player, approx. 1610. From CGFA Source: Campion, Thomas. Campion's Works . Percival Vivian, Ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1909. 9. MIDI: CAMPION, Thomas: "When To Her Lute Corinna Sings." Sequenced by Allan Alexander . Used with permission. The sheet-music from the 1601 edition is viewable HERE to Works of Thomas Campion Created by Anniina Jokinen on October 31, 1996. Last updated October 17, 2001. RealAudio sample from Campion: English Ayres Available for purchase at

20. Thomas Campion - The Academy Of American Poets
The Academy of American Poets presents a biography, poem, and links.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook Thomas Campion Born in London on February 12, 1567, to John and Lucy Campion, Thomas Campion was a physician, a composer, and a poet. His parents died while he was a child, and at the age of fourteen he and a stepbrother were sent away to Cambridge. Campion did not earn a degree at Cambridge, but he came into contact with writers such as Thomas Nashe and Gabriel Harvey. In 1586, he enrolled at Gray's Inn, a law school, where he performed in plays and masques. The facts of his life from this time until 1602 remain vague; in 1602 Campion entered the University of Caen and shortly thereafter, at the age of forty, took up a medical practice in London. His first published works were five songs, which appeared in 1591. Campion's first collection of poems, Thomae Campiani Poemata , was published in Latin in 1595. The book included over 129 epigrams as well as a number of elegies and an incomplete epic poem. The epigrams show Campion's ability to draw a portrait in a few precise lines, and he would later publish 453 epigrams in Epigrammatum Libri II (1619). By 1597, Campion had focused his attention almost completely on writing the words and music for songs. In 1601, he contributed twenty-one songs, and a brief treatise on song, to the Philip Rosseter's

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