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Earsden, John: Ayres (1618); Greaves, Thomas: Songs of Sundrie Kindes (1604); Mason, George: Ayres (1618)

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Edited Edmund Fellowes

Description

The English School of Lutenist Song Writers. Second Series – Ref. Z18 Supplied spiral-bound – 58 pages

CONTENTS
John Earsden Come follow me my wand’ring mates Dido was the Carthage Queen Now is the time O Stay! Sweet is the least delay Robin is a lovely lad The shadows dark’ning our intents Truth, sprung from heav’n Tune thy cheerful voice to mine Welcome is the word Welcome, welcome king of guests
Thomas Greaves Flora, sweet wanton I prithee sweet John, away (The First Part) I will not force my thoughts Inconstant Laura (The Second Part) Nay, will ye faith? (The Second Part) Shaded with Olive trees Stay, Laura, Stay (The First Part) What is beauty but a breath Ye bubbling springs
George Mason Come follow me my wand’ring mates Dido was the Carthage Queen Now is the time O Stay! Sweet is the least delay Robin is a lovely lad The shadows dark’ning our intents Truth, sprung from heav’n Tune thy cheerful voice to mine Welcome is the word Welcome, welcome king of guests

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