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Ayres for four voices

Author: John Dowland; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart; Nigel Fortune
Publisher: London : Stainer and Bell, 1953.
Series: Musica Britannica, 6.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Part-songs : Songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dowland, John, 1563?-1626.
Ayres for four voices.
London : Stainer and Bell, 1953
(OCoLC)636196205
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Songs; Part-songs
All Authors / Contributors: John Dowland; Edmund H Fellowes; Thurston Dart; Nigel Fortune
OCLC Number: 773989
Language Note: English words.
Notes: For SATB and lute.
"Published for the Royal Musical Association."
Description: 1 score (xv, 115 p.) : facsims. ; 33 cm.
Contents: From The first book of songs. Unquiet thoughts ; Whoever thinks or hopes of love ; My thoughts are wing'd with hopes ; If my complaints ; Can she excuse ; Now, oh now I needs must part ; Dear, if you change ; Burst forth, my tears ; Go, crystal tears ; Think'st thou then by thy feigning ; Come away, come, sweet love ; Rest awhile, you cruel cares ; Sleep, wayward thoughts ; All ye whom love or fortune ; Wilt thou, unkind, thus reave me ; Would my conceit ; Come again ; His golden locks ; Awake, sweet love ; Come, heavy sleep ; Away with these self-loving lads --
From The second book of songs. Praise blindness, eyes ; O sweet woods ; If floods of tears ; Fine knacks for ladies ; Now cease, my wand'ring eyes ; Come, ye heavy states of night ; White as lilies ; Woeful heart ; A shepherd in a shade ; Faction that ever dwells ; Shall I sue ; Toss not my soul ; Clear or cloudy ; Humour, say : a dialogue --
From The third book of songs. Me, me and none but me ; When Phoebus first ; Say, Love ; Flow not so fast ; What if I never speed ; Love stood amaz'd ; Lend your ears ; By a fountain ; Oh what hath overwrought ; Farewell, unkind ; Weep you no more ; Fie on this feigning ; I must complain ; It was a time ; The lowest trees have tops ; What poor astronomers ; Come when I call : dialogue --
From A pilgrim's solace. Disdain me still ; Sweet, stay awhile ; To ask for all thy love ; Love, those beams that breed ; Shall I strive with words to move ; Were every thought an eye ; Stay, Time, awhile thy flying ; Tell me, true love ; In this trembling shadow cast ; If that a sinner's sighs ; Thou mighty God ; Where sin sore wounding ; My heart and tongue were twins.
Series Title: Musica Britannica, 6.
Other Titles: Songs or ayres,
Responsibility: John Dowland ; transcribed by Edmund H. Fellowes ; edited by Thurston Dart and Nigel Fortune.

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