Ayres for four voices.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Dowland, John, 1563?-1626.
Other Authors: Fellowes, Edmund Horace, 1870-1951., Dart, Thurston, 1921-1971., Fortune, Nigel.
Format: Musical Score Book
Published: London, Stainer and Bell, 1970.
Edition:2d rev. ed.
Series:Musica Britannica ; 6
Table of Contents:
  • The first, second and third book of songs. A pilgrim's solace.
  • All ye whom love or fortune, A shepherd in a shade, Awake sweet love, Away with these self-loving lads, Burst forth my tears, By a fountain, Can she excuse my wrongs (The Earl of Essex Galliard) , Clear or cloudy, Come again sweet love doth now invite, Come away come sweet love, Come heavy sleep, Come when I call (dialogue), Come ye heavy states of night, Dear if you change, Disdain me still, Faction that ever dwells, Farewell unkind, Fie on this feigning, Fine knacks for ladies, Flow my tears (Lachrimae), Flow not so fast, Go crystal tears, His golden locks, Humour say (dialogue), If floods of tears, If my complaints could passions move, If that a sinner's sighs, I must complain, In this trembling shadow cast, It was a time, Lend your ears, Love stood amazed, Love those beams that breed, Me me and none but me, My heart and tongue were twins, My thoughts are winged with hopes, Now cease my wandering eyes, Now O now I needs must part, O what hath overwrought, Praise blindness eyes, Rest awhile you cruel cares, Say Love, Shall I strive with words to move, Shall I sue, Sleep wayward thoughts, Stay Time awhile thy flying, Sweet stay awhile, Tell me true Love, The lowest trees have tops, Think'st thou then by thy feigning, Thou mighty God, Unquiet thoughts, Weep you no more, Were every thought an eye, What if I never speed, What poor astronomers are they, When Phoebus first did Daphne love, Where sin sore wounding, White as lilies, Whoever thinks or hopes of love for love, Wilt thou unkind thus reave me of my heart, Woeful heart, Would my conceit.