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Ayres for four voices

Author: John Dowland; David Greer
Publisher: London : Stainer and Bell, 2000.
Series: Musica Britannica, 6.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Part-songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dowland, John, 1563?-1626.
Ayres for four voices.
London : Stainer and Bell, 2000
(OCoLC)680579131
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Dowland; David Greer
ISBN: 0852498586 9780852498583
OCLC Number: 45240073
Notes: "All the airs by John Dowland for which the composer provided a partsong version"--Pref.
Rev. ed. of the vol. published in 1953.
"Published for the Musica Britannica Trust established by the Royal Musical Association."
Lute part in tablature and staff notation.
Editorial and critical notes in English.
Description: 1 score (xxxv, 215 p.) : facsims. ; 33 cm.
Contents: From The first booke of songes or ayres (1597). Unquiet thoughts ; Whoever thinks or hopes ; My thoughts are wing'd with hopes ; If my complaints ; Can she excuse my wrongs ; Now, O 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 : (with alternative words, All the day) ; His golden locks ; Awake, sweet love ; Come, heavy sleep ; Away with these self-loving lads --
From The second booke of songs or ayres (1600). 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 ; Dialogue : Humour, say, what mak'st thou here? --
From The third and last booke of songs or aires (1603). Me, me and none but me ; When Phoebus first ; Say, Love, if ever ; Flow not so fast, ye fountains ; What if I never speed ; Love stood amaz'd ; Lend your ears ; By a fountain where I lay ; O what hath overwrought ; Farewell, unkind, farewell ; Weep you no more, sad fountains ; Fie on this feigning ; I must complain ; It was a time ; The lowest trees have tops --
What poor astronomers are they ; Dialogue : Come when I call --
From A pilgrimes solace (1612). 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 ev'ry 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: Vocal music.
Responsibility: John Dowland ; newly edited by David Greer.

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