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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Campion; Philip Rosseter
|Notes:||For solo voice. The original acc. is printed in lute tablature and in modern notation. An atternative version especially adapted for piano is also given with each song. The part for bass viol of the original ed. is omitted.
Words by the composer.
Reduction ratio varies.
|Description:||2 v. ; cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. My sweetest Lesbia. Though you are young. I care not for these ladies. Follow thy fair sun. My love hath vowed. When to her lute Corinna sings. Turn back, you wanton flyer. It fell on a sumner's day. The cypress curtain of the night. Follow your saint. --
pt. 2. Fair, if you expect admiring. Thou art not fair. See you so much desire. Your fair looks. The man of life upright. Hark, all you ladies. When thou must home. Come, let us sound with melody.
|Series Title:||Microbook library of English literature.|