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The first booke of songs or ayres of 4. parts : with tableture for the lute or orpherian, with the violl de gamba

Author: Francis Pilkington
Publisher: New York, NY : Performers' Facsimiles, [1991?]
Series: Performers' Facsimiles (Series), 95.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Multiple forms : Part-songs : Songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Pilkington, Francis, d. 1638.
First booke of songs or ayres of 4. parts.
New York, NY : Performers' Facsimiles, [1991?]
(OCoLC)755420575
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Part-songs; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Pilkington
OCLC Number: 24994297
Notes: Facsim. reprint of the 1st edition published: London : T. Este, 1605.
For canto, alto, tenore, basso, the canto part with lute tablature.
English words; 2nd and succeeding verses printed as text.
Publisher's note on t.p. verso.
Publisher's no.: Performers' Editions 87695.
Description: 1 table book ([48] p.) : facsim. ; 37 cm.
Contents: Now peep, boe peep, thrise happie blest mine oies --
My choise is made, and I desire no change --
Can thee disdaine, can I persist to love --
Alas faire face, why doth that smoothed brow --
Whether so saft, see how the kindly flowers perfumes the aire --
Rest sweet nimphes les goulden sleepe, charme your star brighter eies --
Aye mee, shee frownes, my mistresses is offended --
Now let her change and spare not, since she proves false I care not --
Underneth a cypris shade, the queene of love sate mourning --
Sound wofull plaints in hills and woods --
You that pine in long desire --
Looke Mistressemine, within this hollow brest --
Clime O hart, clime to thy rest --
Thanks gentle moone for thy obscured light --
I sigh as sure to weare the fruit, of the willow tree --
Down a down, thus Phillis sung, by fancie once opressed --
Diaphenia like the dafdowndillie, white as the sunne, faire as the lillie --
Beautie sate bathing by a spring, where fairest shades did hide her --
Musick deare solace, to my thoughts neglected --
With fragrant flowers we strew the way --
Come, come all you that draw heavens purest breath --
A pavin for the lute and base violl.
Series Title: Performers' Facsimiles (Series), 95.
Other Titles: Songs or ayres
Responsibility: Francis Pilkington.

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