John Dowland

JOHN DOWLAND (1563–1626)




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A Coye Gigge P. 57
A Coye Joye P. 80
A dream - Lady Leighton`s paven P. 75
A Fancy P. 72
A Fancy P. 73
A Fancy (Fantasia) P. 5
A Galliard (on Walsingham) P. 31
A Jig P. 38
Adew for Master Oliver Cromwell P. 13
Almain P. 49
Almain P. 51
Almande
Aloe P. 68
An Almand P. 96
As I went to Walsingham
Capitain Candishe his Galyard P. 21
Captain Digorie Piper`s Galliard P. 19
Captayne Pipers Galliard P. 88
Cease, cease these false sports
Clear or Cloudy
Come away P. 60
Complaint, P. 63
De profundis
Die not before thy day (1600)
Domine exaudi
Domine ne in furore
Doulands rounde battell galyarde P. 39
Dr. Cases pavan P. 12
Earle of Essex, His Gallard
Farewell P. 3
Farwell (An `In Nomine`) P. 4
Flow My Tears
Forlorn Hope Fancy P. 2
Fortune my foe P. 62
Galliard P. 35
Galliard P. 27
Galliard P. 30
Galliard to Lachrimae P. 46
Galliard Upon A Galliard Of Daniel Bachelar P. 28
Galliard [on `Awake sweet love`, set by Fr. Cutting] P. 93
Go from my Window P. 64
Hasellwoods Galliard (Anthony Holborne) P. 84
Lachrimae (alternative version)
Lachrimae Antiquae Pavan
Lady Rich, Her Galliard
Langton`s Galliard
Lord De L`Isle`s Galliard
Lord Willoughbys welcome home
Loth to Depart P. 69
M. Giles Hobies galiard P. 29
Melancholy galliard P. 25
Mignarda P. 34
Miserere mei Deus
Mistresse Nichols Almand P. 52
Mistris Norrishis Delight P. 77
Mistris Whittes thinge P. 50
Mounsieur`s Almaine
Mr. Dowland`s Midnight P. 99
Mr. Knights Galliard P. 36
Mr. Langton`s Galliard (No. 33) P. 33
Mrs Brigide fleetwoods paven P. 11
Mrs Cliftons Allmaine P. 53
Mrs. Vaux`s Galliarde P. 32
Mrs. Vaux`s Jig
Mrs. Whites nothing P. 56
Mrs. Winters jump P. 55
My heart and tongue were twins
My Ladie Riches, His Galliard P. 43a
My Lord Chamberlain, His Galliard
My Lord Willobies wellcome home P. 66
My Lord Willobies wellcome home P. 66a
Orlando sleepeth P. 61
Pavana Doulant
Pavana Dowlandi Angli (Johann Daniel Mylius)
Pavana for Johan Douland
Pavin (Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse; arr. Dowland)
Semper Dowland, Semper Dolens P. 9
Sir Henry Guilforde, his Almaine
Sir Henry Umptons Funerall
Sir John Smith`s almain P. 47
Sir John Souchs Galliard
Sir Robert Sidney, his Galliard
Sir Thomas Monson, his Galliard (Robert Dowland)
Sir Thomas Monson, his Pavana (Robert Dowland)
Solus cum sola P. 10
Squires Galliard
Tarletons Willy P. 81
Tarleton`s Riserrectione P. 59
The Battle Galliard
The Earl of Derbies Galliard P. 44
The Earl of Derby, His Galliard P. 44a
The Earl of Essex Galliard (set by Daniel Bachelar) P. 89
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 1): Song `Unquiet thoughts`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 2): Song `Who ever thinks or hopes of love`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 3): Song `My thoughts are wing`d with hopes`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 4): Song `If my complaints`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 5): Song `Can she excuse my wrongs`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 6): Song `Now, O now, I needs must part` = `The Frog Galliard`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 7): Song `Dear, if you change`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 8): Song `Burst forth my tears`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) ( 9): Song `Go crystal tears`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (10): Song `Think`st thou then by thy feigning`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (11): Song `Come away, come sweet love`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (12): Song `Rest awhile, you cruel cares`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (13): Song `Sleep, wayward thoughts`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (14): Song `All ye, whom Love or Fortune`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (15): Song `Wilt thou unkind thus reave me`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (16): Song `Would my conceit`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (17): Song `Come again sweet love doth now invite`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (18): Song `His golden locks`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (19): Song `Awake, sweet love`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (20): Song `Come, heavy sleep`
The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597) (21): Song `Away with these self-loving lads`
The humble complaint of a sinner
The humble suit of a sinner
The King of Denmark`s Galliard
The Lady Laiton`s almain P. 48
The Lady Russells Paven P. 17
The lamentation of a sinner
The most hight and mightie Christianus, the fourth King of Denmark, his Gaillard P. 40
The most sacred Queene Elizabeth, her Gaillard P. 41
The Queen`s galliard P. 97
The Right Honourable Robert, Earl of Essex, his Galliard P. 42a
The Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Lisle, his Galliard P. 38
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 1): Song `I saw my Lady weep`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 2): Song `Flow my tears`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 3): Song `Sorrow, sorrow, stay`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 4): Song `Die not before thy day`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 5): Song `Mourn, mourn, day is with darkness fled`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 6): Song `Time`s eldest son` (First part)
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 7): Song `Then sit thee down` (Second part)
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 8): Song `When others sing Venite` (Third part)
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) ( 9): Song `Praise blindness eyes`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (10): Song `O sweet woods`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (11): Song `If flood of tears`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (12): Song `Fine knacks for ladies`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (13): Song `Now cease my wandring eyes`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (14): Song `Come ye heavy states of night`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (15): Song `White as lilies was her face`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (16): Song `Woeful heart`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (17): Song `A shepard in a shade`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (18): Song `Faction that ever dwells`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (19): Song `Shall I sue`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (20): Song `Toss not my soul`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (21): Song `Clear or cloudy`
The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (22): Song `Humour say what mak`st thou there`
The Shoemaker`s Wife (A Toy) P. 58
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 1): Song `Farewell, too fair`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 2): Song `Time stands still`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 3): Song `Behold a wonder here`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 4): Song `Daphne was not so chaste`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 5): Song `Me, me, and none but me`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 6): Song `When Phoebus first did Daphne love`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 7): Song `Say, Love, if ever thou didst find`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 8): Song `Flow not so fast, ye fountains`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 9): Song `What if I never speed`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (10): Song `Love stood amazed`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (11): Song `Lend your ears to my sorrow`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (12): Song `By a fountain where I lay`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (13): Song `O what hath overwrought`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (14): Song `Farewell, unkind`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (15): Song `Weep you no more, sad fountains`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (16): Song `Fie on this faining!`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (17): Song `I must complain`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (18): Song `It was a Time when silly bees`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (19): Song `The lowest trees have tops`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (20): Song `What poor astronomers are they`
The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) (21): Song `Come when I call`
Une Jeune Fillette P. 93
Unnamed Piece (Almaine)
Up merry mates
Wallsingham P. 67
Welcome black night
What if a day P. 79
Where sin sore wounding
A piece without title P. 51
`Can she excuse` (galliard) P. 42
`His golden locks`
`Lachrimae`, or Seven Teares`, Figured in Seaven Passionate Pavans, for five viols and lute (1604)
`The Most High and Mighty Christianus the Fourth, King of Denmark`
The Lady Cliftons Spirit P. 45
Sweet Robyne P. 70
Allemande `My lady Hunssdon`s puffe` P. 54
Galliard P.104
A Galliard P. 82
Gagliarda P.103
Galliard P. 76
"Mignarda", a galliard
Walsingam Galliard
Dowland`s Galliard P. 20
Queen Elizabeth`s Galliard
Suzanna Galliard P. 91
Coranto P.100
The frogg galliard P. 23
The Frog Galliard P. 23
Lord Strangs March P. 65
Pavan P. 18
A Pavan P. 16
Pavana P. 94
Pavana (Johann Daniel Mylius)
Pavan La mia Barbara P. 95
Pavan `Lachrimae` P. 15
Pavana `Lachrimae` (Joachim van den Hove)
Solus sine sola, pavana
Pavana in C-dur
Mayster Pypers Pavyn P. 8
Sir John Langton`s Pavan P. 14
Sir John Souche`s Galliard P. 26
Dowland`s First Galliard P. 22
Disdain me still (1612)
In this trembling shadow cast (1612)
Tell me, true love (1612)
Were every thought an eye (1612)
When the poor cripple (1612)
Far from triumphing Court
Song `From silent night` (1612)
Go nightly cares (1612)
`Have you seen the bright lily grow`
If that a sinner`s sighs (1612)
Song `In darkness let me dwell`
Lasso vita mia (1612)
Love, those beams that breed (1612)
Shall I strive with words to move? (1612)
Stay, Time, awhile thy flying`(1612)
Sweet stay awhile (1612)
Thou mighty god (1612)
To ask for all thy love (1612)
When David`s life (1612)
Preludium P. 98
A fancy P. 5
Fantasia P. 1a
A Fancy P. 7
A Fancy P. 6
A Fantasia P. 71
A Fantasia P. 1
 
     
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