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Category 
Vocal Scores
Title 
Dowland - The First Book of Songs for Voices and Instruments in Four Parts
Stock Reference Number 
107858
Composer 
John Dowland, edited by Ian Gammie, transcribed by Joy Dodson
Contents 
Uniquiet Thoughts - Whoever Thinks or Hopes of Love for Love - My Thoughts are Winged with Hopes - If My Complaints could Passions Move - Can She Excuse my Wrongs with Virtue's Cloak? - Now, O Now, I Needs Must Part - Dear, if you Change, I'll Never Choose Again - Burst Forth My Tears - Go, Crystal Tears, Like to the Morning Showers - Think'st thou then by the Feigning Sleep - Come Away, Come Sweet Love - Rest Awhile, You Cruel Cares - Sleep, Wayward Thoughts and Rest You with My Love - All Ye Whom Love or Fortune hath Betrayed - Wilt Thou, Unkind, thus Reave Me of My Heart - Would My Conceit that First Enforced My Woe - Come Again: Sweet Love doth Now Invite - His Golden Locks Time hath to Silver Turned - Awake, Sweet Love, Thou Art Returned - Come, Heavy Sleep, the Image of True Death - Away with these Self Loving Lads
Publisher 
Golden Phoenix Publication
Description 
© 1986, Fine condition - Separate scores included
Price 
£ 60

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