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Ferrabosco, Alfonso The Younger: Ayres (1609)


Edited Edmund Fellowes


The English School of Lutenist Song Writers. Second Series – Ref. Z16 Supplied spiral-bound – 73 pages

Come away, come away
Come home, my troubled thoughts
Come, my Celia, let us prove
Dear, when to thee
Drown not with tears
Fain I would
Fair cruel nymph
Fly from the world
Had those that dwell in error
I am a lover
If all the ages of the earth
If all these cupids
Like hermit poor
O eyes, O mortal eyes
Shall I seek to ease my grief?
Sing we then heroic grace
So beauty on the waters stood
So, so, leave off
Tell me, O Love
Unconstant love
What shall I wish?
Why stays the bridegroom?
With what new thoughts?
Young and simple though I am

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