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Twenty Songs from Printed Sources

By Anonymous

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Voice and piano
Composed by Anonymous, Richard Alison, Thomas Giles, Thomas Robinson, Thomas Morley (1557-1602), Thomas Campion (1567-1620), Nicholas Lanier (1588-1666), Tobias Hume (1575-1645), and Thomas Lupo. Edited by David Greer. Songs. To the Lute, Bandora, Cittern and Lyra Viol. Vocal score. Stainer & Bell Ltd. #LS19. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.LS19).

Item Number: ST.LS19

ISBN 979-0-2202-1520-9.


ALISON, Richard
O Lord, turn not away thy face (AATB or AAT)
When we sat in Babylon (AATB or AAT)

But this, and then no more (C - C)
How can the tree but waste (B - B)
Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content (D - F)
Those eyes that set my fancy on a fire (A - B)

More now with measur'd sound (Duet: D - E and G - A)
Now hath Flora robb'd her bow'rs (Duet: D - E and D - G)
Woo her and win her (F - E)

GILES, Thomas
Triumph now with joy and mirth (D - D)

HUME, Tobias
Cease, leaden slumber, dreaming (F sharp - F)
Fain would I change that note (D - G)
Soldier's Song: I sing the praise of honour'd wars (G - G)
Tobacco! Tobacco! Sing sweetly for tobacco! (D - F)
What greater grief (D - F)

LANIER, Nicholas
Bring away this sacred tree (D - F)

LUPO, Thomas
Shows and nightly revels (D - E flat)
Time that leads the fatal round (D - E)

MORLEY, Thomas
O grief! e'en on the bud (F - E flat)

Now, Cupid, look about thee (D - G).

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