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Forty Elizabethan songs

Author: Edmund H Fellowes
Publisher: London : Stainer & Bell, ©1921-©1926.
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Forty Elizabethan songs.
London : Stainer & Bell, c1921-c1926
(OCoLC)639682063
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund H Fellowes
OCLC Number: 4562249
Notes: Arranged for high voice and piano.
"The original accompaniments, designed by the composers for the lute, are here exactly transcribed in modern notation for use on the pianoforte."
Pl. no.: S. & B. 4003-4006 (high).
Description: 1 score (4 v.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: bk. 1. What then is love, sings Corydon / Ford --
Flow, my tears / Dowland --
When Laura smiles / Rosseter --
Say, love, if ever thou didst find / Dowland --
My sweetest Lesbia / Campian --
There is a garden in her face / Campian --
In Sherwood lived stout Robin Hood / Jones --
Rest, sweet nymphs / Pilkington --
Down, down, proud mind / Corkine --
Of all the birds that I do know / Bartlet. 505/4:0 : bk. 2. Come again, sweet love doth now invite / Dowland --
Follow your Saint / Campian --
When to her lute Corinna sings / Campian --
Fair sweet cruel / Ford --
Willow song / anonymous --
Now what is love? / Jones --
Sleep, wayward thoughts / Dowland --
Sorrow, stay / Dowland --
If she forsake me / Rosseter --
Diaphenia, like the daffdowndilly / Pilkington. bk. 3. Love is a bable / Jones --
Fain would I change that note / Hume --
Down a down, thus Phyllis sung / Pilkington --
Weep you no more, sad fountains / Dowland --
What then is love but mourning? / Rosseter --
The cypress curtain of the night / Campian --
Jack and Joan / Campian --
If my complaints could passions move / Dowland --
Awake, sweet love / Dowland --
Now I see thy looks were feigned / Ford. bk. 4. On a time the amorous silvy / Attey --
Finetta, fair and feat / Cavendish --
Not full twelve years twice told / Ford --
Come, Phyllis, come into these bowers / Ford --
I saw my lady weep / Dowland --
Fine knacks for ladies / Dowland --
Love's god is a boy / Jones --
Now peep, bo-peep / Pilkington --
Fair, if you expect admiring / Campian --
Follow thy fair sun / Campian.
Responsibility: edited and arranged with original accompaniments by Edmund Horace Fellowes.

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