Syr P. S. / His Astrophel and Stella. / wherein the excellence of sweete / Poesie is concluded / To the end of which are added, sundry/ other rare Sonnets of diuers Noble / men and Gentlemen. / At London, / Printed for Thomas Newman. / Anno Domini 1591.
Thomæ Campiani / Poemata / Ad Thamesin / Fragmentum Vmbræ / Liber Elegiarum / Liber Epigrammatum / Londini / Ex officina Typographica / Richardi Field / 1595. [Text from Bodleian copy.]
The / First Booke / of Songes or Ayres / of foure partes with Ta / bleture for the Lute: / So made that all the partes / together, or either of them seue / rally may be sung to the Lute, / Orpherian or Viol de gambo / Composed by Iohn Dowland Lute / nist and Bacheler of musicke in both the Vniversities / Also an inuention by the sayd / Author for two to play vp / on one Lute.
A / Booke of / Ayres, / Set forth to be song / to the Lute, Orpherian, and / Base Violl, by Philip Rosseter / Lutenist: And are to be solde at his house in Fleetstreete / neere to the Gray-/hound / At Lonond / Printed by Peter Short, by the assent / of Thomas Morley/1601. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: K 2 i 3.]
Obseruations / in the Art of English / Poesie. / By Thomas Campion./ Wherein it is demonstra / tiuely prooued, and by example / confirmed, that the English toong will receiue eight seuerall kinds of num / bers, proper to it selfe, which are all / in this booke set forth, and were / neuer before this time by any / man attempted. / Printed at London by Richard Field / for Andrew Wise. 1602. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: 1076 b. 18.]
A Defence of Ryme, Against a Pamphlet entituled Obseruations in the Art of English Poesie, wherein is demonstratiuely proued, that Ryme is the fittest harmonie of words that comportes with our Language. By Sa. D. At London: Printed by V. S. for Edward Blount.
A / Poetical Rapsody / Containing, / Diuerse Sonnets, Odes, Elegies, Madrigalls, / and other Poesies, both in Rime, and / Measared Verse. / Neuer yet published. / The Bee and Spider by a diuerse power, / Sucke Hony & Poyson from the selfe same flower./ Printed at London by V. S. for Iohn Baily, and / are to be solde at his Shoppe in Chancerie lane, / neere to the Office of the six Clarkes./ 1602.
An Howres Recrea/tion in Musicke apt for Instru/mentes and Voyces. / Framed for the delight of Gentlemen / and others which are wel affected to that qualitie, / All for the most part with two trebles, necessarie for / such as teach in priuate families, with a pray/er for the long preseruation of the King / and his posteritie, and a thanks-giuing for / the deliuerance of the whole estate / from the late conspiracie. / By Richard Alison / Gentleman and practitioner / in this Arte. / London / Printed by Iohn Windet the Assigne of William Barley, / and are to be sold at the Golden Anchor in / Pater Noster Row. 1606.
pg 381Foure Bookes / of Offices: Enabling Privat / persons for the speciall seruice of / all good Princes and Policies / Made and deuised by Barnabe Barnes / London / Printed at the charges of George Bishop, / T. Adams, and C. Burbie / 1606.
The / Discription of / a / Maske, Presented before the Kinges Maiestie / at White-Hall, on Twelfth Night / last, in honour of the Lord Hayes, and / his Bride, Daughter and Heire to the / Honourable the Lord Dennye, their / Marriage hauing been the same Day / at Court solemnized. To this by occasion other small Poemes / are adioyned. / Inuented and set forth by Thomas / Campion Doctor of Phisicke. / London / Imprinted by Iohn Windet for Iohn Brown / and are to be solde at his shop in S. Dunstones / Churchyeard in Fleetstreet. 1607. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: C. 21, c. 43.]
Ayres / By / Alfonso Ferrabosco. / London: / Printed by T. Snodham, for Iohn Browne, / and are to be sould at his shoppe in S. / Dunstones Churchyard / in Fleetstreet/ 1609.
Coryats / Crudities / Hastily gobled vp in five / Moneths trauells in France / Sauoy, Italy, Rhetia com̃only / called the Grisons country, Heluetia alias Switzerland, some / parts of high Germany, and the / Netherlands; / Newly digested in the hungry aire / of Odcombe in the County of Somerset, and now dispersed to the nourishment of the trauelling Mem/bers of this kingdome.
A / Relation / Of The Late Roy-/all Entertainment / given By The Right Hono/rable The Lord Knowles, At / Cawsome House neere Redding: to our most Gracious Queene, Queene Anne, in her / Progresse toward the Bathe, vpon / the seuen and eight and twentie / dayes of Aprill / 1613. / Whereunto is annexed the Description, Speeches and Songs of the Lords Maske, presented in the / Banqueting-house on the Mariage night of the High / and Mightie, Count Palatine, and the / Royally descended the Ladie / Elizabeth. / Written by Thomas Campion. / London / Printed for Iohn Bridge, and are to be sold at his Shop/ at the South-dore of S. Pauls, and at Bri/taines Bursse. 1613. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: C. 21, c. 48.]
Songs of Mourning: / Bewailing / the vntimely death of / Prince Henry. / Worded by Tho. Campion. / And set forth to bee sung with one voyce / to the Lute, or Violl: / by John Coprario. / London: / Printed for John Browne, and / are to be sould in S. dunstons / Churchyard. 1613. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: K 2, g. 8.]
Two Bookes / Of / Ayres. / The First / Contayning Diuine and Morall Songs: / The Second, / Light Conceits of Louers. / To be sung to the Lute and Viols, in two, / three and foure Parts: or by one Voyce / to an instrument. / Composed / by / Thomas Campian / London: Printed by Tho. Snodham, for / Mathew Lownes, and I. Browne / Cum Priuilegio. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: K. 2. i. 1.]
The / Description / of a Maske. / Presented in the / Banqueting roome at Whitehall, on / Saint Stephens night last, At the Mariage of / the Right Honourable the Earle of / Somerset: And the right noble / the lady Frances / Howard / written by Thomas Campion. / Whereunto are annexed diuers choyse Ayres composed / for this Maske that may be sung with a single voyce / to the Lute or Base-Viall / London. / Printed by E. A. for Laurence Li'sle, dwelling in Paules / Church-yard, at the signe of the Tygers head. / 1614. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: C. 34, c. 7.]
A Briefe / Discourse / of the true (but neglected) vse of cha/ract'r-pg 382ing the Degrees by their Per / fection, Imperfection and Diminution / in Measurable Musicke, against the Common / Practice and Custome of these / Times. Examples whereof are exprest in the / Harmony of 4 Voyces Concerning the / Pleasure of 5 vsuall / Recreations. / 1. Hunting / 2. Hawking, / 3. Dauncing, / 4. Drinking, / 5. Enamouring. / By Thomas Rauenscroft, Bachelor / of Musicke. / London / Printed by Edw. Allde for Tho. Adams / 1614. / Cum priuilegio Regali.
The / Third / and / Fourth Booke / of / Ayres: / Composed / by / Thomas Campian / So as they may be expressed by one Voyce, / with a Violl, Lute, or Orpharion. / London: / Printed by Thomas Snodham. / Cum Priuilegio. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: K. 2. i. 2.]
The / Ayres / That were / sung and played, / at Brougham Castle in Westmerland / in the Kings Entertainment: / Giuen by the Right Honourable the Earle of Cum/berland, and his Right Noble Sonne the / Lord Clifford / Composed / by / Mr George Mason, and / Mr. Iohn Earsden / London / Printed by Thomas Snodham / Cum Priuilegio 1618. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: K. 8, h. 7.]
A New Way / of Making Fowre / parts in Counter-point, by a / most familiar, and infallible / Rule. / Secondly, a necessary discourse of Keyes, / and their proper Closes / Thirdly, the allowed passages of all Concords / perfect, or imperfect, are declared / Also by way of Preface, the nature of the Scale is / expressed, with a briefe Method teaching to sing / By Tho: Campion / London / Printed by T. S. for Iohn Browne, and are to be / sold at his shop in Saint Dunstanes Church-yard, / in Fleetstreet. [Text from Brit. Mus. copy: 1042 d. 36.]
The Art of / Setting or Composing / of / Musick in Parts. / By a most familiar and easie Rule: / In Three several Treatises. / I. Of making four parts in Counterpoint. / II. A necessary Discourse of the several Keyes, / and their proper Closes. / III. The allowed passages of all Concords perfect / and Imperfect. / By Dr Tho. Campion. / The second Edition with Annotations thereon, by / Mr Christopher Simpson. / London, Printed for J. Playford and are sold at his/ Shop in the Inner Temple. 1660.
A Brief / Introduction / To the Skill of / Musick. / In two Books. / The first contains the Grounds and Rules of Musick / The second, Instructions for the Viol, / and also for the Treble-Violin. / The Third Edition Enlarged. / To which is added a Third Book entituled, The Art of Descant, / or Composing Musick in Parts By Dr Tho. Campion. / With Annotations thereon by Mr Chr. Simpson / London, Printed by W. Godbid for John Playford, / at his Shop in the Inner Temple 1660.
A Brief / Introduction / To the Skill of / Musick. / In two Books. / The First contains the Grounds and / Rules of Musick / pg 383The Second, Instructions for the Viol / and also for the Treble-Violin / By John Playford, Philo-Musicæ / To which is added a Third Book, entituled, The Art of Setting, / or Composing Musick in Parts, By Dr Tho. Campion. / With Annotations thereon by Mr Chr. Simpson / London, Printed for J. Playford and are sold at his / Shop in the Temple in Fleetstreet. 1662.
A Brief / Introduction / To the Skill of / Musick. / In two Books / The First containes the General / Grounds and Rules of Musick. / The Second, Instructions for the Viol / and also for the Treble-Violin. / To which is added The Art of Descant, or Composing / Musick in Parts, By Dr Thomas Campion. / With Annotations thereon by Mr Chr. Simpson. / The Fourth Edition much Enlarged. / London, Printed by William Godbid for John Playford, and are / to be sold by Zach. Watkins, at their Shop in the Temple / near the Church-Dore. 1664.
Tho. Campiani / Epigrammatum / Libri II / Vmbra / Elegiarum liber vnus / Londini / Excudebat E Griffin / Anno Domini 1619.
Excerpta Tudoriana, ed. Sir Egerton Brydges. 1814.
Ancient Critical Essays upon English Poets and Poesy, ed. J. Haslewood. 2 Vols. London; 1815.
The works of Dr Thomas Campion, ed. A. H. Bullen. Chiswick Press: privately printed; 1889.
Fifty Songs By Thomas Campion. Chosen by John Gray. Ballantyne Press. 1896.
Lyric Poems of Thomas Campion, ed. Ernest Rhys: in Dent's Lyric Poets. 1896.
Thomas Campion, Songs and Masques with Observations in the Art of English Poesy, ed. and pub. A. H. Bullen. 1903.
Songs by Dr Thomas Campion. Astolat Press. 1904.
Elizabethan Critical Essays, ed. G. Gregory Smith. 2 Vols. Clarendon Press. 1904.
Poetical Works (in English) of Thomas Campion, ed. P. Vivian, in Routledges' Muses' Library. 1907.