Folger call number: M2 .F42 v.10,11
Folger holdings ID: 73592
Paged continuously With reproduction of "The epistle to the reader" and the dedication from the original edition Original title: The third and last booke of songs or aires. Newly composed to sing to the lute, orpharion, or viols, and a dialogue for a base and mean lute wwith fiue voices to sing thereto For solo voice, except no. 21, which is a duet. Two versions of each song are given : one with lute accompaniment in modern notation and in tablature, and one with accompaniment arranged for piano. Additional vocal and instrumental parts are omitted
pt. I. Farewell, too fair. Time stands still. Behold a wonder here. Daphne was not so chaste. Me, me, and none but me. When Phoebus first did Daphne love. Say, love, if ever thou didst find. Flow not so fast, ye fountains. What if I ever speed? Love stood amazed.--pt. II. Lend your ears to my sorrow. By a fountain where I lay. O what hath overrought? Farewell, unkind! Weep you no more, sad fountains. Fie on this feigning. I must complain. It was a time when silly bees. The lowest trees have tops. What poor astronomers are they. Come when I call (a dialogue)
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Extended title: Third book of airs. : 1603 ...