Henry Purcell: Catches, edited by Ian Spink (Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22A)

Purcell Society Volume 22A contains the following catches by Purcell:

A Health To The Nut-brown-lass
An Ape, A Lion, A Fox And An Ass
As Roger Last Night
At The Close Of The Ev’ning
Bring The Bowl And Cool Nantz
Call For The Reck’ning
Come My Hearts
Come, Come Let Us Drink
Down, Down With Bacchus
Drink On Till Night Be Spent
Fie, Nay, Prithee John
Full Bags, A Brisk Bottle
God Save Our Sov’reign Charles
Great Apollo And Bacchus
He That Drinks Is Immortal
Here’s A Health, A Health
Here’s That Will Challenge
I Gave Her Cakes
If All Be True That I Do Think
Is Charleroy’s Siege Come Too
Jack, Thou’rt A Toper
Let The Grave Folks Go Preach
Let Us Drink To The Blades
Let’s Live Good Honest Lives
My Lady’s Coachman, John
My Wife Has A Tongue
Now England’s Great Council’s
Now, Now We Are Met
Of All The Instruments That Are
Once In Our Lives
Once Industrious Insect
Once, Twice, Thrice, I Julia Tried
Pale Faces, Stand By
Pox On You For A Fop
Prithee, Ben’t So Sad And Serious
Room For The Th’express
Since The Duke Is Return’d
Since Time So Kind To Us Does Prove
Since Women So False
Sir Walter Enjoying His Damsel One Night
Soldier, Soldier, Take Off Thy Wine
Sum Up All The Delights
The Macedon Youth
The Miller’s Daughter Riding To The Fair
The Surrender Of Lim’rick
’tis Easy To Force
’tis Too Late For A Coach
’tis Women Makes Us Love
To All Lovers Of Music
To Thee, To Thee, And To A Maid
Tom, Making A Manteau
True Englishman Drink
Under A Green Elm
Under This Stone Lies Gabriel John
When V And I Together Meet
Who Comes There? Stand!
Wine In A Morning
Would You Know How We Meet
Young Colin Cleaving
Young John The Gard’ner

Publisher: Novello & Co.

Publication date: 2000

The edition is available to purchase from Novello & Co. in paperback and hardback. For further information, please contact Novello & Co.

This edition, together with Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22B, supersedes the original Purcell Society Edition Vol. 22, Catches, rounds, two-part and three-part songs, edited by W. Barclay Squire and J.A. Fuller-Maitland and published by Novello & Co. in 1922.