The Third Booke of Songes (Dowland, John)

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Publisher. Info. London: P. S. for Thomas Adams, 1603.
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Misc. Notes Four voice and Lute in G
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Flow not so fast, ye fountaines

For Low Voice and Piano (Keel)

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Arranger Frederick Keel (1871-1954)
Publisher. Info. Elizabethan Love-Songs. First Set
London: Boosey & Co., 1909. Plate H. 6259.
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For the preface see Keel's arrangements of The Firste Booke of Songes.
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General Information

Work Title Third Booke of Songs
Alternative. Title The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires. Newly composed to sing to the Lute, Orpharion, or viols, and a dialogue for a base and meane Lute with five voices to sing thereto.
Composer Dowland, John
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 21 songs
1. Fairwell, too fair
2. Time stands still
3. Behold a wonder here
4. Daphne was not so chaste
5. Me, me, and none but me
6. When Phoebus first did Daphne love
7. Say, Love, if ever thou didst find
8. Flow not so fast, ye fountains
9. What if I never speed?
10. Love stood amazed
11. Lend your ears to my sorrow
12. By a fountain where I lay
13. O what hath overrought
14. Farewell, unkind
15. Weep you no more, sad fountains
16. Fie on this feigning!
17. I must complain
18. It was a Time when silly bees
19. The lowest trees have tops
20. What poor astronomers are they
21. Come when I call
First Publication. 1603
Language English
Dedication John Souch, Esq.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Voice/s, lute or viol/s; 2 lutes, 5 voices