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William Corkine: The second Booke of Ayres, Some, to Sing and Play to the Base-Violl alone: Otheres, to be sung to the Lute and Base Violl, With new Corantoes, Pauins, Almaines, as also diuers new Descants vpon old Grounds, set to the Lyra-Violl
|1||I. Each louely grace my Lady doth possesse
(staff) - Corkine1612 / a2r
|2||II. Truth trying Time shall cause my Mistresse say
(OT) - Corkine1612 / a2v
|3||III. Two Louers sat lamenting, hard by a Christall brooke
(staff) - Corkine1612 / b1r
|4||IIII. T'is true, t'is day, what though it be?
(staff) - Corkine1612 / b1v
|5||V. Deere, though your minde stand so averse
(OT) - Corkine1612 / b2r
|6||VI. Shall I be with ioyes deceiued?
(staff) - Corkine1612 / b2v
|7||VII. Downe, downe proud minde
(staff) - Corkine1612 / c1r
|8||VIII. Beware faire Maides of Musky Courtiers oathes
(staff) - Corkine1612 / c1v
|9||IX. The Fire to see my woes for anger burneth
(OT) - Corkine1612 / c2v
|10||X. Goe heavy thoughts down to the place of woe
(staff) - Corkine1612 / d1v
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