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Dowland: The First Book of Ayres (1597, 1600, 1603, 1606, 1613)

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    • Composer: John Dowland
    • Editor: Edmund H. Fellowes
    • Instrumentation: Voice, Lute
    • Work Language: English
    • ISMN: 979-022020571-2
    • Size: 8.7 x 11.0 inches

    Revised by Thurston Dart with lute tablature.


    All ye whom love or fortune (D – D)
    Awake, sweet love, thou art return'd (E – F)
    Away with those self-loving lads (D – E)
    Burst forth my tears (D – D)
    Can she excuse my wrongs (D – D)
    Come again sweet love doth now invite (D – E)
    Come away, come sweet love (F-sharp – F)
    Come heavy sleep (E – E)
    Dear if you change (D – E)
    Go crystal tears (G – E-flat)
    His golden locks (F-sharp- D)
    If my complaints (F-sharp – F)
    My Lord Chamberlain, his Galliard (lute)
    My thoughts are wing'd with hopes (G – G)
    Now o now I needs must part (E – E)
    Rest awhile you cruel cares (D – G)
    Sleep wayward thoughts (G – E)
    Think'st thou then by thy feigning (D – D)
    Unquiet thoughts (F-sharp- E-flat)
    Whoever thinks or hopes of love (F – G)
    Wilt thou unkind thus reave me (E – E)
    Would my conceit (C – E)