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The collected lute music.

Author: John Dowland; Diana Poulton; Basil Lam
Publisher: [London] Faber Music, [©1974]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Dance forms : Fantasias : Multiple forms : Pavanes : No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats
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Dowland, John, 1563?-1626.
Collected lute music.
[London] Faber Music, [c1974]
(OCoLC)778367520
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Fantasias; Pavanes; Dance forms
All Authors / Contributors: John Dowland; Diana Poulton; Basil Lam
ISBN: 0571100104 9780571100101
OCLC Number: 1127117
Notes: In lute tablature and in modern notation.
Description: xvi, 317 p. 32 cm.
Contents: Fantasies. A fantasie [2] ; Forlorn hope fancy ; Farewell ; Farewell (An In nomine) ; A fancy [3] --
Pavans. Piper's pavan ; Semper Dowland semper dolens ; Solus cum sola ; Mrs. Brigide Fleetwood's pavan alias Solus sine sola ; Dr. Case's pavan ; Resolution ; Mr. John Langton's pavan ; Sir John Langton's pavan ; Lachrimae ; A pavan [2] ; The Lady Russell's pavan --
Galliards. Captain Digorie Piper's galliard ; Dowland's galliard ; John Dowland's galliard ; Dowland's first galliard ; The frog galliard [2] ; Galliard ; Melancholy galliard ; Sir John Souch's galliard ; A galliard [3] ; A galliard (on a galliard by Daniel Bacheler) ; Giles Hobie's galliard ; A galliard (On Walsingham) ; Mrs. Vaux galliard ; Mr. Langton's galliard ; Mignarda ; Mr. Knight's galliard ; My Lord Chamberlain, his galliard (an invention for two to play upon one lute) ; The Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Lisle, his galliard ; Round battle galliard ; The most high and mighty Christianus the Fourth, King of Denmark, his galliard ; The most sacred Queen Elizabeth, her galliard ; Can she excuse ; The Right Honourable Robert Earl of Essex, his galliard ; The Lady Rich's galliard ; The Right Honourable the Lady Rich, her galliard ; The Earl of Derby's galliard ; The Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl of Derby, his galliard ; The Right Honourable the Lady Clifton's spirit ; Galliard to Lachrimae --
Almains. Sir John Smith, his almain ; Smythes allmayne ; Lady Laiton's almain [2] ; An almain ; Mrs. White's thing ; A piece without a title ; Mrs. Nichol's almain ; Mrs. Clifton's almain ; Lady Hudson's puffe --
Jigs and other pieces in 6/8 rhythm. Mrs. Winter's jump ; Mrs. White's nothing ; Mrs. Vaux's jig ; The shoemaker's wife ; Tarleton's riserrectione --
Song arrangements. Come away --
Settings of ballad tunes. Orlando sleepeth ; Fortune ; Complaint ; Go from my window ; Lord Strang's march ; My Lord Willoughby's welcome home [2] ; Walsingham ; Aloe ; Loth to depart ; Robin --
Pieces of uncertain ascription. Anon., but probably by Dowland: A fantasia ; A fancy [3] ; A dream ; A galliard ; Mrs. Norrish's delight ; A piece without a title ; What if a day ; A coy toy ; Tarleton's jog --
Pieces attributed to Dowland, probably incorrectly. A galliard ; Dowland's galliard ; Hasellwood's galliard ; Galliarda Dulandi 39 --
Pieces from foreign MSS, unique, but obviously poor versions. Pavana Dulandi ; Galliarda Dulandi --
Other versions. Piper's galliard ; Can she excuse ; The frog galliard ; Suzanna galliard ; Galliard Fr. Cutting --
From the Schele MS: Del Excellentissimo Musico Jano Dulando ; Pavana Johan Douland ; La mia Barbara --
From the Margaret Board Lute Book: An Almand ; The queen's galliard ; Preludium ; Mr. Dowland's midnight ; Coranto.
Other Titles: Lute music
Responsibility: Transcribed and edited by Diana Poulton and Basil Lam.

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