||Volume one: As at noon Dulcina rested -- Sweet, stay awhile! -- On a time the amorous Silvy / John Attey -- O Lord, thy faithfulness ; A pretty duck there was ; What thing is love? ; When from my love / John Bartlet -- Follow thy fair sun ; My sweetest Lesbia ; When to her lute Corinna sings ; The cypress curtain of the night ; Follow your saint ; It fell on a summer's day ; Author of light ; Vain men, whose follies ; O what unhoped for sweet supply! ; Come you pretty false-eyed wanton ; A secret love or two ; The peaceful western wind ; Oft have I sigh'd ; If love loves truth ; If thou long'st so much ; Never love unless you can ; Veil, love, mine eyes ; There is a garden in her face ; Love me or not ; I must complain ; Beauty since you so much desire ; Your fair looks / Thomas Campion -- Stay, Glycia, stay! ; Love is not blind ; The heart to rue ; Wanton, come hither! / Michael Cavendish -- Sweet, let me go! ; He that hath no mistress ; Sweet Cupid / William Corkine -- Dost thou withdraw thy grace? ; Why canst thou not? ; I die whenas I do not see ; Like as the lute delights / John Danyel -- Fain I would ; Like hermit poor ; Drown not with tears ; Unconstant love ; Young and simple though I am / Alfonso Ferrabosco II -- Not full twelve years ; Now I see thy looks were feigned ; Unto the temple of thy beauty ; Since first I saw your face ; Fair sweet cruel / Thomas Ford -- Ye bubbling springs / Richard Greaves -- Dear do not your fair beauty wrong / Robert Johnson.
||Volume two: Flow my tears ; If my complaints could passions move ; Now, o now I needs must part ; Come away, come sweet love ; Sleep, wayward thoughts ; Come again: sweet love ; Awake sweet love ; I saw my lady weep ; Fine knacks for ladies ; Shall I sue? ; Toss not my soul ; Clear or cloudy ; Time stands still ; Daphne was not so chaste ; Sorrow, sorrow, stay ; When Phoebus first did Daphne love ; Flow not so fast ye fountains ; What if I never speed? ; Farewell unkind farewell ; Weep you no more, sad fountains ; Fie on this feigning ; Sweet stay awhile ; To ask for all thy love ; Far from triumphing court ; In darkness let me dwell ; Lady if you so spite me / John Dowland -- Go to bed, sweet muse ; What if I seek for love of thee? ; Fie, what a coil is here! ; My father fain would have me take a man ; My love hath her true love betrayed / Robert Jones -- O grief! e'en on the bud ; I saw my lady weeping ; It was a lover and his lass ; Absence, hear thou my protestation / Thomas Morley -- Change thy mind since she doth change ; Rest sweet nymphs ; Now let her change ; Diaphenia ; Down a down, thus Phyllis sung / Francis Pilkington -- Dido was the Carthage Queen / George Mason -- When Laura smiles ; Sweet, come again ; Though far from joy ; Kind in unkindness ; If I hope I pine ; Shall I come if I swim? ; If she forsake me ; What then is love but mourning / Philip Rosseter.
|General note||Acc. arr. for keyboard instrument.|
|ISBN||0852496168 (pbk. : v. 1)|
|ISBN||0852496176 (pbk. : v. 2)|