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THEATRE OF EARLY MUSIC: Love Bade Me Welcome - Songs and Poetry from the Renaissance


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Track Details

1 Though your strangeness- 00:04:06
2 My complaining is but feigning- 00:01:33
3 Love- 00:01:12
4 Once did I serve a cruel heart- 00:02:24
5 Lady Hatton's Almain- 00:01:35
Jones, Robert
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
6 Sweet Kate- 00:01:42
7 When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes- 00:01:09
Jones, Robert
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
8 What if I seek for love of thee?- 00:01:55
9 In the grace of wit, of tongue, and face- 00:01:20
Dowland, John
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
10 Flow, my tears, fall from your springs- 00:03:39
11 When to the sessions of sweet silent thought- 00:01:13
Jones, Robert
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
12 Lie down, poor heart- 00:06:26
13 Slow, slow, fresh fount- 00:01:00
14 Zouch his march- 00:02:14
Dowland, John
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
15 Say, Love, if ever thou didst find- 00:01:46
16 Lachrimae- 00:05:13
17 Sighs ("If our sad eyes")- 00:07:48
Dowland, John
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
18 Me, me and none but me- 00:03:15
Dowland, John
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
19 Come again, sweet love doth now invite- 00:03:43
20 Now winter nights enlarge- 00:01:18
Jones, Robert
Anonymous - lyricist(s)
21 And is it night?- 00:05:30
22 Grief of my best love's absenting- 00:04:49
23 So am I as the rich whose blessed key- 00:01:11
24 The second witches dance- 00:01:51
25 Followe thy faire sunne, unhappy shaddowe- 00:01:13
26 Hark! Wot ye what?- 00:04:19
27 The given heart- 00:01:23