Thomas Ford was a skillful author of the first Stuart period in Britain known for a publication of music and dance music, a set of anthems, and secular and sacred tracks. He was a musician to Prince Henry Stuart, appointed in 1611. Following the death of this beloved crown prince in 1612, Ford had taken a similar placement in the provider of Prince Charles, staying in his provider after his coronation as Ruler Charles I before Civil Battle in 1642. His publication Musicke of Sundrie Kindes (1607) is normally a assortment of configurations of several music, and several dances, with several instrumental parts. Furthermore, a couple of duets for lyra viol. Both anthems were released in Sir William Leighton’s Teares or Lamentations of the Sorrowfull Soule (1614). The consort music is normally contrapuntal and expressive as well as the songs range between traditional and pedantic to seriously expressive along with some good anthems.