Hyperion Records

Artist Hyperion Records

Johnson Willis (baritone)

Albums
'The English Stage Jig' (CDA67754)
The English Stage Jig
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
As ye came from Walsingham (Thumpkin/Gentleman 2/Gentleman 1)  First line to Walsingham, Part 4 of The Black Man (Anon)
Black do I cry, will you any of me buy? (The Black Man/Thumpkin)  First line to The Gelding of the Devil, Part 9 of The Black Man (Anon)
Come buy a brush for all your cloathes (Brush/Thumpkin)  First line to Greys Inn Mask, Part 7 of The Black Man (Anon)
Come sweetheart, look not sadly (Gentleman 2/Susan/Gentleman 1)  First line to Prithee love turn to me, Part 3 of The Black Man (Anon)
Greys Inn Mask  Part 7 of The Black Man (Anon)
Grim King of the Ghosts  Part 10 of The Black Man (Anon)
Heartsease  Part 8 of The Black Man (Anon)
In this same plight, sir, thus disquis'd (Gentleman 1/Thumpkin/Gentleman 2)  First line to Prince Rupert's March, Part 6 of The Black Man (Anon)
Jog On  Part 5 of The Black Man (Anon)
Jog on, jog on, my pretty Susan (Thumpkin/Susan/Gentleman 1/Gentleman 2)  First line to Jog On, Part 5 of The Black Man (Anon)
Man, forbear this place (Thumpkin/The Black Man)  First line to Grim King of the Ghosts, Part 10 of The Black Man (Anon)
O woe is me (Thumpkin)  First line to Heartsease, Part 8 of The Black Man (Anon)
Our sentinel keeps well his standing (Gentleman 1/The Black Man/Gentleman 2/Thumpkin)  First line to Peg a Ramsey, Part 11 of The Black Man (Anon)
Peg a Ramsey  Part 11 of The Black Man (Anon)
Prince Rupert's March  Part 6 of The Black Man (Anon)
Prithee love turn to me  Part 3 of The Black Man (Anon)
Quoth John to Joan  Part 1 of The Black Man (Anon)
Sweet Susan, remember the words I have said (Thumpkin/Susan)  First line to Quoth John to Joan, Part 1 of The Black Man (Anon)
The Black Man (Anon)
The Gelding of the Devil  Part 9 of The Black Man (Anon)
The Indian Queen  Part 2 of The Black Man (Anon)
Walsingham  Part 4 of The Black Man (Anon)
Y'are well overtaken—wither, sir, so fast? (Gentleman 1/Thumpkin/Gentleman 2)  First line to The Indian Queen, Part 2 of The Black Man (Anon)
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