A pilgrimes solace. : (Fourth book of airs) 1612.
by Dowland, John, 1563?-1626.
|Format:||Music Score 1924|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Contentspt. 1. Disdain me still. Sweet, stay awhile. To ask for all thy love. Love those beams that breed. Shall I strive with words to move? Were every thought an eye. Stay, time, awhile thy flying. Tell me, true love. Go, nightly cares. From silent night. Lasso vita mia.
pt. 2. In this trembling shadow cast. If that a sinner's sighs. Thou mighty God. Where sin sore wounding. My heart and tongue were twins. Up, merry mates, to Neptune's praise. Welcome, black night. Cease these false sports. Three songs from A musicall banqvet: Far from triumphing court: Lady, if you so spite me; In darkness let me dwell.
Songs with lute.
Songs with piano.
Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensemble -- Scores and parts.
|Publisher|| London :Stainer & Bell, Ltd.,1924
|Other Titles|| Songs,
Fellowes, Edmund H., 1870-1951.
With reproduction of t.-p., dedication and pref. from the original ed.
Vol. 2 has subtitle: And three songs included in A musicall banqvet, 1610.
Principally for solo voice (originally for four voices). Two versions are given for most of the songs: one with original lute accompaniment in modern notation and in tablature, and one with acc. arr. for piano. Nos. 9-11 were to be accompanied by lute, treble, and bass viols. A composition for lute solo of the original edition is omitted.
"The general preface" and "Preface to Dowland's A Pilgrimes solace": v. 1.
score (2 volumes in 1) : facsimiles ; 28 cm.