Code: SBB617

English Lute Songs Book 2 (Compiled by Michael Pilkington) SBB617

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Singing AB : 3, 7 - 8 [ends: 2018] The two books contain some 100 songs chosen from the definitive collections of The English Lutenists begun by Edmund Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart and added to by later scholars. They include many favourites and many lesser-known songs by popular composers such as Dowland, Campion and Pilkington (no known ancestor of the compiler) as well as some unjustly forgotten such as Corkine, Attey and Ferrabosco. Nearly all are for middle-range voice, with lute parts transcribed in staff notation. The books have an appropriate preface and a commentary on the words, which often throw a penetrating light on Elizabethan and Jacobean life. CONTENTS JOHN DOWLAND Awake sweet love Clear or cloudy Come again: sweet love Come away, come sweet love Daphne was not so chaste Far from triumphing Court Farewell unkind farewell Fie on this feigning Fine knacks for ladies Flow my tears Flow not so fast ye fountains I saw my lady weep If my complaints could passions move In darkness let me dwell Lady if you so spite me Now, o now I needs must part Shall I sue? Sleep, wayward thoughts Sorrow, sorrow, stay Sweet stay awhile Time stands still To ask for all thy love Toss not my soul Weep you no more, sad fountains What if I never speed? When Phoebus first did Daphne love ROBERT JONES Fie, what a coil is here! Go to bed, sweet muse My father fain would have me take a man My love hath her true love betrayed What if I seek for love of thee? THOMAS MORLEY Absence, hear thou my protestation I saw my lady weeping It was a lover and his lass O grief! een on the bud RICHARD MARTIN Change thy mind since she doth change FRANCIS PILKINGTON Diaphenia Down a down, thus Phyllis sung Now let her change Rest sweet nymphs GEORGE MASON Dido was the Carthage Queen PHILIP ROSSETER If I hope I pine If she forsake me Kind in unkindness Shall I come if I swim? Sweet, come again Though far from joy What then is love but mourning When Laura smiles
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