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Campion, Thomas: The First Book of Ayres (c.1613)

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Edited by David Scott
With Lute Tablature

All looks be pale (D – F)
As by the streams of Babylon (G – F)
Author of light (D – E flat)
Awake, awake; thou heavy spirite (D – E)
Bravely deck’d, come forth bright day (C – E)
Come cheerful day (D – F)
Jack and Joan (F sharp – E)
Lift up to heav’n sad wretch thy heavy spirite (G – E)
Lighten heavy heart thy spirite (D – E)
Lo, when back mine eye, pilgrim-like I cast (E – E)
Man of life upright, The (E – E)
Most sweet and pleasing are thy ways (F – D)
Never weather-beaten sail (D – E)
Out of my soul’s depth (G – F)
Seek the Lord (D – D)
Sing a song of joy (G – E)
To music bent is my retired mind (F – C)
Tune thy music to thy heart (G – E flat)
View me Lord, a work of thine (D – D)
Wise men patience never want (D – E)
Where are all thy beauties now (F sharp – G)

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