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Lute songs of John Dowland

Author: John Dowland; David Nadal
Publisher: Mineola, NY : Dover, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Scores
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Musical Score, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Dowland; David Nadal
ISBN: 048629935X 9780486299358
OCLC Number: 38242143
Language Note: English words; also printed separately as text following each song.
Notes: Guitar part originally for lute; in tablature and staff notation.
"The original First and Second books, including Dowland's original lute tablature."
Description: 1 score (x, 112 p.) : facsims. ; 28 cm.
Contents: First book. Unquiet thoughts ; Who ever thinks or hopes of love ; My thoughts are wing'd with hopes ; If my complaints could passions move ; 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 ; His golden locks ; Awake, sweet love, thou art return'd ; Come, heavy sleep ; Away with these self-loving lads ; My lord Chamberlain his Galliard --
Second book. I saw my lady weep ; Flow my tears ; Sorrow, stay ; Die not before thy day ; Mourn, day is with darkness fled ; Time's eldest son, Old Age (first part) ; Then sit thee down (second part) ; When others sing Venite (third part) ; 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 was her face ; Woeful heart ; A shepherd in a shade ; Faction that ever dwells ; Shall I sue ; Toss not my soul ; Clear or cloudy ; Humour say what mak'st thou here ; Dowland's adieu for Master Oliver Cromwell.
Other Titles: Songs or ayres,
Responsibility: transcribed for voice and guitar by David Nadal.
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