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Two bookes of ayres (ca. 1613),

Author: Thomas Campion
Publisher: Menston, Eng., Scolar Press, 1967.
Series: English lute songs, no. 4.
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Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620.
Two bookes of ayres (ca. 1613)
Menston, Eng., Scolar Press, 1967
(OCoLC)634901741
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Campion
OCLC Number: 342237
Notes: For voice (cantus) and lute (in tablature), with altus tenor, and bassus parts on opposite pages, or altus and bassus parts on same page.
Facsim. of the British Museum copy.
Description: [59] p. 36 cm.
Contents: Campion, Thomas: Two bookes of ayres [ca. 1613]; The third and fourth booke of ayres [ca. 1618]; The discription of a maske, in honour of the Lord Hayes 1607; The description of a maske presented at the marriage of the Earle of Somerset 1614. First booke. Avthor of light --
The man of life vpright --
Where are all thy beauties now --
Out of my soules depth --
View me Lord a work of thine --
Brauely deckt come forth bright day --
To musicke bent is my retyred minde --
Tune thy musicke to thy hart --
Most sweet and pleasing --
Wise men patience neuer want --
Neuer weather-beaten saile --
Lift vp to heauen sad wretch --
Loe, when backe mine eye --
As by the streames of Babilon --
Sing a song of ioy --
Awake thou heauy spright --
Come chearfull day --
Seeke the Lord --
Lighten heauy thy spright --
Iacke and Ione they thinke no ill --
All lookes be pale. Second booke. Vaine men whose follies --
How eas'ly wert thou chained --
Harden now thy tyred hart --
O what vnhopt for sweet supply --
Where she her sacred bowre adornes --
Faine would I my loue disclose --
Giue beauty all her right --
O deare that I with thee --
Good men shew if you can tell --
What harvest halfe so sweet is --
Sweet exclude me not --
The peacefull westerne winde --
There is none, o none but you --
Pin'd I am and like to dye --
So many loues haue I neglected --
Though your strangenesse --
Come away, arm'd with loues --
Come you pretty false-ey'd --
A secret loue or two --
Her rosie cheekes --
Where shall I refuge seeke.
Series Title: English lute songs, no. 4.
Responsibility: edited by David Greer.

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