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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620.
Third booke of ayres, circa 1617.
London, Stainer & Bell, ltd. 
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Campion; Edmund H Fellowes
|Notes:||At head of title: Thomas Campian.
With reproduction of the original dedication (in verse)
Originally published with book 4 under title: The third and fovrth booke of ayres: composed by Thomas Campian. So as they may be expressed by one voyce, with a violl, lute, or orpharion.
For solo voice with lute accompaniment transcribed from the tablature into modern notation for piano. The part for bass viol is omitted.
Pl. no.: S. & B. 3475.
|Description:||4 p. ℓ., score (55 p.) 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Oft have I sighed.--Now let her change.--Were my heart as some men's are.--Maids are simple.--So tired are all my thoughts.--Why presumes thy pride?--Kind are her answers.--O grief, O spite.--O never to be moved.--Break now, my heart.--If love loves truth.--Now winter nights.--Awake, thou spring.--What is it all?--Fire that must flame.--If thou long'st so much.--Shall I come, sweet love, to thee?--Thrice toss these oaken ashes.--Be thou then my beauty.--Fire, fire!--O sweet delight.--This I resolve.--Come, O come, my life's delight.--Could my heart more tongues employ.--Sleep, angry beauty.--Silly by, 'tis full moon yet.--Never love unless you can.--So quick, so hot, so mad.--Shall I then hope.|
|Series Title:||English school of lutenist song writers., Second series ;, 10.|