A Musicall Banquet

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Title: A MVSICALL BANQVET - Furnished with a varietie of delicious Ayres, Collected out of the best Authors in English, French, Spanish and Italian - By Robert Douland

Description: A collection of lute-songs compiled by Robert Dowland, son of composer John Dowland.

Publication date and place: Thomas Adams, London, 1610.

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Contents

Tip: Titles in the left column which appear in blue are hyperlinks to the score page on CPDL - click on them for free editions.

Title Composer
I My heauie sprite, oppress'd with sorrow's might Anthony Holborne
II Change thy minde, since she doth change Richard Martin
III O Eyes, leaue off your weeping Robert Hales
IIII Goe, my Flocke, goe get you hence Anonymous
V O Deere life, when shall it be? Anonymous
VI To plead my faith Daniel Bacheler
VII In a groue most rich of shade Guillaume Tessier
VIII Farre from triumphing Court John Dowland
IX Lady if you so spight me John Dowland
X In darknesse let me dwell John Dowland
XI Si le parler et le silence (If words and silence) Pierre Guédron
XII Ce penser qui sans fin tirannise ma vie (This thought which endlessly governs my life) Pierre Guédron
XIII Vous que le bon heur rappelle (You whom Happiness recalls) Pierre Guédron
XIIII Passaua amor, su arco dessarmado (Love walked by unarmed) Anonymous
XV Sta notte mi sognaua (Last night I dreamed) Anonymous
XVI Vestros oios tienen d'Amor no se que (Your eyes hold I know not what of Love) Anonymous
XVII Se di farmi morire pensate (If you think to cause my death) Domenico Maria Megli
XVIII Dovrò dunque morire? (Must I then die?) Giulio Caccini
XIX Amarilli, mia bella (My fair Amaryllis) Giulio Caccini
XX O bella più che le stelle (Oh fairer than the stars) Anonymous