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Youll, Henry: Canzonets to Three Voices (1608)


Edited Edmund Fellowes. Revised Thurston Dart
Note: Print on demand. Spiral-bound A4

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Awake, sweet love (SSA (or T))
But behold where they return (SST)
But though poor sheep (SST)
Cease, restless thoughts (SST)
Come, love, let’s walk (SSA (or T))
Come, merry lads, let us away (SSA)
Each day of thine (SST)
Early before the day doth spring (SSA)
In the merry month of May (SSA)
In pleasant summer’s morning (SST)
In yonder dale (SST (or A))
Now the country lasses hie them (SSB (or T))
Of sweet and dainty flowers (SAT)
Once I thought to die for love (SST)
Only joy, now here you are (SST)
Pipe, shepherds, pipe (SSB (or T))
Pity me, mine own sweet jewel (SST)
Say, shepherd, say (SST)
See where this nymph (SSA (or T))
Slow, slow, fresh fount (SST)
Sweet Phyllis, stay (SST)
The shepherd’s daughters (SST)
Where are now those jolly swains? (SSB)
Whiles joyful springtime lasteth (SST)

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