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John Dowland: Pilgrimes Solace
Date: 1612
Dowland-Pilgrims has 22 entries

1 I. Disdaine me still that I may euer loue (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / B1v
2 II. Sweet stay awhile, why will you rise? (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / B2v
3 III. To aske for all thy lone, and thy whole eart t'were madnesse (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / C1v
4 IIII. Loue those beames that breede (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / C2v
5 V. Shall I striue with wordes to moue (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / D1v
6 VI. Were euery thought an eye, and all those eyes could see (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / D2v
7 VII. Stay time a while thy flying (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / E1v
8 VIII. Tell me true Loue where shall I seeke thy being (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / E2v
9 IX. Goe nightly cares (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / F1v
10 X. From silent night, true register of moanes (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / F2v
11 XI. Lasso vita mia, mi fa morire (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / G1v
12 XII. In this trembling shadow (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / G2v
13 XIII. If that a sinners sighes be Angels foode (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / H1v
14a XIIII. Thou mightie God, that rightest euery wrong (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / H2v
The first Part
14b XV. When Davids life by Saul was often sought (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / I1v
The second Part
14c XVI. When the poore Criple by the Poole did lye (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / I2v
The third Part
15 XVII. Where Sinne fore wounding (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / K1v
16 XVIII. My heart and tongue were twinnes, at once conceived (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / K2v
17 XIX. Vp merry mates, To Neptunes prayse (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / L1v
18 XX. Welcome black night Hymens faire day (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / L2v
19 XXI. Cease these false sports. (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / M1v
20 XXII. Galliard to Lachrimae (John Dowland)
 (OT)    -   Dowland-Pilgrims / M2v
Lachrimae Galliard
1. CH-GbuschHerhold / 27r   | 2. Dowland-Pilgrim / M2v   | 3. GB-LblSloane1021 / 44v (1)  

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