Folger holdings ID: 93148
Originally published with book 2, under title: Tvvo bookes of ayres. The first, contayning diuine and morall songs: the second, light conceits of louers. To be sung to the lute and viols, in two, three, and foure parts: or by one voyce to an instrvment For solo voice, with lute accompaniment transcribed from the tablature into modern notation for piano. Additional vocal and instrumental parts are omitted In the preface of the original edition. Campion stated that "these ayres were for the most part framed at first for one voyce with the lute or violl."
Author of light.--The man of life upright.--Where are all thy beauties now?--Out of my soul's depth to thee.--View me, Lord, a work of thine.--Bravely decked, come forth.--To music bent.--Tune thy music to thy heart.--Most sweet and pleasing.--Wise men patience never want.--Never weather-beaten sail.--Lift up to heaven.--Lo, when back my eye.--As by the streams of Babylon.--Sing a song of joy.--Awake, awake, thou heavy sprite.--Jack and Joan.--All looks be pale
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Extended title: First book of airs. : Circa 1613