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Twenty songs from printed sources

Author: David GreerThomas CampionThomas LupoThomas GilesNicholas Lanier; et al; All authors
Publisher: London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents : Galaxy Music, ©1969.
Series: English lute-songs (Stainer & Bell)., Series II ;, 21.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contains songs by Thomas Campian, Thomas Lupo, Thomas Giles, Nicholas Lanier, Thomas Morley, Richard Alison, Thomas Robinson, Tobias Hume, and anonymous songs.
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Twenty songs from printed sources.
London : Stainer & Bell ; New York : American agents : Galaxy Music, c1969
(OCoLC)639551726
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: David Greer; Thomas Campion; Thomas Lupo; Thomas Giles; Nicholas Lanier; Thomas Morley; Richard Alison; Thomas Robinson; Tobias Hume; et al
OCLC Number: 357664
Language Note: English words.
Notes: For voice and lute, bandora, cittern or lyra viol ; acc. translated literally from the lute tablature into modern notation.
Description: 1 score (vi, 46 p.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Songs to the lute. Now hath Flora robb'd her bow'rs ; Move now with measur'd sound / Thomas Campian --
Shows and nightly revels / Thomas Lupo --
Triumph now with joy and mirth / Thomas Giles --
Time, that leads the fatal round / Thomas Lupo --
Bring away this sacred tree / Nicholas Lanier --
Woo her and win her / Thomas Campian --
O grief! e'en on the bud / Thomas Morley --
O Lord, turn not away thy face ; When as we sat in Babylon / Richard Alison --
Songs to the bandora. Those eyes that set my fancy on a fire ; How can the tree but waste and wither away ; Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content ; But this, and then no more / Anonymous --
A song to the cittern. Now Cupid, look about thee / Thomas Robinson --
Songs to the lyra viol. The soldier's song : I sing the praise of honour'd wars ; Tobacco! tobacco! sing sweetly for tobacco! ; Fain would I change that note ; What greater grief ; Cease, leaden slumber, dreaming / Tobias Hume.
Series Title: English lute-songs (Stainer & Bell)., Series II ;, 21.
Other Titles: Songs from printed sources
Responsibility: Alison ... [et al.] ; transcribed and edited by David Greer.

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Contains songs by Thomas Campian, Thomas Lupo, Thomas Giles, Nicholas Lanier, Thomas Morley, Richard Alison, Thomas Robinson, Tobias Hume, and anonymous songs.

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