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  1. Kajitaxe Reply

    2) First Booke of Songes: II. Who Ever Thinks or Hopes of Love 3) First Booke of Songes: III. My Thoughts Are Wing'd with Hopes 4) First Booke of Songes: IV. If My Complaints Could Passions Move 5) First Booke of Songes: V. Can She Excuse My Wrongs 6) First Booke of Songes: VI. Now O Now I Needs Must Part 7) First Booke of Songes: VII. Dear If.

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    Dowland’s First Booke ushered in a craze for lute songs; 21 composers produced between them 35 books of ‘ayres’ over 25 years. The English lute ayre, like the plays of the contemporary playwrights (Dowland, born in , was just one year older than Shakespeare) can be seen as one of the pinnacles of the English Renaissance.

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    Aug 14,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Who Ever Thinks or Hopes of Love for Love · Grace Davidson · David Miller · John Dowland John Dowland: First Booke of Songes .

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    DOWLAND, JOHN - 1st Book of Songs - nibislicamotucnamesynchtafochea.coinfo Music Skip to main content Book of Songs, Book 1: Whoever thinks or hopes of love for love: Who ever thinkes or hopes of love for love (2) Book of Songs, Book 1: Whoever thinks or hopes of love for love: Who ever thinkes or hopes of love for love (2) Be the first video Your name here.5/5(2).

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    About. Following her debut release of Baroque works by Vivaldi and Handel earlier this year, Grace Davidson returns to disc on Signum with an intimate disc of Dowland’s first book of lute songs, accompanied by David Miller. Blending melancholy with wit in his writing for both lute and voice, John Dowland’s songs have continued to enchant audiences and singers for nearly years.

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    General description. Title: The First Booke of Songes or Ayres of four parts with Tabulature for the Lute Publication date and place: in London. Description: The first of John Dowland's 3 books. Facsimile: The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (John Dowland) at the .

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    Title: Who ever thinks of hopes of love for love Composer: John Dowland Lyricist: Fulke Greville (1st Baron Brooke) Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB Genre: Secular, Lute song. Language: English Instruments: Lute. First published: in The First Booke of Songs or Ayres, no. 2. Description: External websites: Entry at the "Lied and Art.

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    Dowland: First Booke of Songes (). Decca: Buy download online. Emma Kirkby (soprano), John York Skinner (counter-tenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), David Thomas (bass), Catherine Mackintosh (treble viol), Polly Waterfield, Ian Gammie (tenor viols) & Trevor Jones (bass violin) The Consort of Musicke, Anthony Rooley.

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    John Dowland - First Booke of Songes or Ayres Show recording details. SIG John Dowland - First Booke of Songes or Ayres Who ever thinks or hopes of love for love. £ Add. £ Add. £ Add. 3. My thoughts are wing'd with hopes. £ Add.

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