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John Dowland: A Pilgirmes Solace wherein is contained Musicall Harmonie of 3-5 Parts to be sung and plaid with the Lute and Viols


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£17.50
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Instrument
Ensemble, Voice, Lute
Media
Sheet Music
Format
Facsimile
Genre
Renaissance
Series
Performer Facsimiles
Contributors
John Dowland (Composer)
Publisher
Broude Europa
Code
BRDBBPF195

Facsimile of Dowland's A Pilgrimes Solace containing Songs in 3-5 Parts with accompaniment for the Lute published in 1612. Songs in 3 Parts: Disdaine me still, that I may ever love; Sweete stay a while, why will you?; To aske for all thy love; Love those beames that breede; Shall I strive with wordes to move; Were every thought an eye; Stay time a while flying; Tell me true Love; Goe nightly, cares the enemy rest; From silent night, true register of moanes; Lasso vita mia, mi fa morire. Songs in 4 Parts: In this trembling shadow; If that Sinners sighes be Angels food; Thou mightly God; Where Sinne sore wounding; My heart and tongue were twinnes; Up merry Mates, to Neptunes praise. Songs in 5 Parts: Welcome blacke night; Cease these false sports. A Galliard to Lachrimae.