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Weelkes, Thomas: Airs or Fantastic Spirits to Three Voices (1608)


Edited Edmund Fellowes. Revised Thurston Dart

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Alas! tarry but one half hour (SST )
As deadly serpents lurking (SA (or S) T )
As Vesta was descending (SSATTB )
Ay me, alas, hey ho (SST )
Come lets begin to revel ’t out (SSA (or T) )
Come sirrah, Jack ho (SSA (or T) )
Death hath deprived me (SS (or A) T (or A) TBB )
Donna il vostro bel viso (SSA (or T) )
Fa la. Now weep and sing (SA (or S) T (or B) )
Four arms, two necks, one wreathing (SSA )
Ha ha! this world doth pass (SST (or A) )
I bei ligustri e rose (SSA )
Jockey thine horn-pipe’s dull (SSA (or T) )
Late in my rash accounting (SSA (or T) )
Lord when I think (SSA (or T) )
No, though I shrink still (SSA )
Say, wanton, will you love me? (SSA (or T) )
Since Robin Hood (SA (or S) T )
Some men desire spouses (SSA )
Strike it up, Tabor (SST )
Tan ta ra cries Mars (SSA (or T) )
The Ape, the Monkey and Baboon (SSA )
The gods have heard my vows (SSA )
The nightingale, the organ of delight (SSA (or T) )
Though my carriage be but careless (SSA )
Tomorrow is the marriage day (SSA (or T) )
Upon a hill the bonny boy (SSA )

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