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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Johnson; Ian Spink
|Notes:||Chiefly for solo voice with acc. ; 1 vocal duet with acc.
Original acc. for lute ; acc. arr. for keyboard instrument ; some songs include lute part in modern notation.
English words ; Pref., List of sources and abbreviations and Notes in English.
|Description:||1 vocal score (iv, 80 pages) : facsimile ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||Miscellaneous ayres. As I walk'd forth ; Come heavy sleep ; Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong ; With endless tears ; For ever let thy heav'nly tapers ; Shall I like a hermit dwell? ; Woods, rocks, and mountains ; How wretched is the state --
Songs from the plays. Arm, arm! ; Full fathom five ; Where the bee sucks ; Away delights ; come hither you that love ; Oh, let us howl ; Care-charming sleep ; Come away, thou lady gay! ; From the famous Peak of Derby ; 'Tis late and cold --
A dialogue. Charon, oh Charon --
Songs probably by Johnson. Hark, hark! the lark ; Adieu, fond love! ; Come away, Hecate! ; Get you hence, for I must go ; Have you seen the bright lily grow? ; Orpheus I am ; Tell me, dearest.
|Series Title:||English lute-songs (Stainer & Bell)|
|Other Titles:||Vocal music.|
|Responsibility:||Robert Johnson ; transcribed and edited by Ian Spink.|