Dowland
Lute Songs (3rd and 4th Books)(cto,gu)

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John Dowland's Lute Songs: Third and Fourth Books with Original Tablature

Introduction
Instrumentation
About the Transcriptions
Tuning and Transposition
Types of Transcriptions
THE THRID AND LAST BOOKE
I. Farewell too fair
II. Time stands still
III. Behold a wonder here
IV. Daphne was not so chaste
V. "Me, me and none but me"
VI. When Phoebus first did Daphne love
VII. Say Love if ever thou didst find
VIII. Flow not so fast ye fountains
IX. What if I never speed?
X. Love stood amaz'd
XI. Lend your ears to my sorrow
XII. By a fountain where I lay
XIII. Oh what hath overwrought
XIV. Farewell unkind farewell
XV. "Weep you no more, sad fountains"
XVI. Fie on this feigning
XVII. I must complain
XVIII It was a time when silly bees could speak
XIX. The lowest trees have tops
XX. What poor astronomers are they
XXI. Come when I call (for two voices and two lutes)
A PILGRIMES SOLACE
I. Disdain me still
II. Sweet stay awhile
III. To ask for all thy love
IV. Love those beams
V. "Shall I strive with words to move (Mignarda, a galliard is Dowland's title for the solo lute version of the lyre "Shall I strive with words to move."
VI. Were every thought an eye
VII. Stay Time awhile thy flying
VIII. Tel me true Love (with chorus)
The next three with treble and bass viols ofr violin and cello:
IX. Go nightly cares
X. From silent night
XI. Lasso vita mia
XII. In this trembling shadow
XIII. If that a sinner's sighs
A three-part work:
XIV. Thou mighty God
XV. When David's life
XVI. When the poor cripple
XVII. Where sin sore wounding
XVIII. My heart and tongue were twins
The next with chorus:
XIX. Up merry mates
XX. Welcome black night
XXI. Cease these false sports
"THREE AYRES FROM "A MUSICALL BANQUET"
Far from triumphing Court
Lady if you so spite me
In darkness let me dwell
GALLIART TO LACHRIMAE
"A lute solo from A Pilgrimes Solace, transcribed for guitar"
Lute Songs (3rd and 4th Books)(cto,gu)