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The first booke of songs or ayres of foure partes with tableture for the lute

The first booke of songs or ayres of foure partes with tableture for the lute

So made, that all the parts together, or either of them seuerally may be sung to the lute, orpherian or viol de gambo. Composed by Iohn Dowland, lutenist and Bacheler of musick in both the vniversities. Also an inuention by the said author for two to play vpon one lute.

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Published by By Humfrey Lownes, dwelling on Bredstreet-hill, at the sign of the Starre in Imprinted at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Songs with lute -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Part-songs, English -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSongs or ayres.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1136:1.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[48] p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21824276M

    Author of Second book of songs, Works. Selections; arr, The second booke of songs or ayres, of 2. 4. and 5. parts, The first book of ayres (, , , , ), Dance suite, (50)Fifty songs, Lachrimæ, or Seauen teares figured in seauen passionate pauans, The first book of ayres. Lute Songs of John Dowland: The Original First and Second Books Including Dowland's Original Lute Tablature by John Dowland avg rating — 19 ratings — published

    The Firste Booke of Songes is the title of a compilation of songs written by John Downland and first published in It consists of 21 songs and 1 lute piece and it was originally dedicated to Sir George Carey, Baron of Hunsdon. The original title page reads 'The First Booke of Songes or Ayres of fowre partes with Tableture for the Lute: So. one voice supported by one or two other voices: THE FIRST BOOKE OF SONGS OR AYRES OF foure parts, with Tablature for the Lute SO MADE, THAT ALL THE parts together, or either of them seuerally, may be sung to the Lute, Orpherian, or Viol de gambo. It was not until the following year that a book of songs.

    The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres, of 2. 4. and 5. parts: With Tableture for the Lute or Orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba (London, ). This album entitled The Firste Booke of Songes or Ayres of Fowre Partes by John Dowland was first published in London in It contains songs composed for four voices with lute tablature.


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The first booke of songs or ayres of foure parts, with tableture for the lute: so made, that all the parts together, or either of them severally, may be sung to the lute Pages: The Second Book of Songs (alternative title: The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres of 2, 4 and 5 parts: with Tableture for the Lute or Orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba) is a book of songs composed by Renaissance composer John Dowland and published in London in He dedicated it to Lucy Russell, Countess of Bedford.

The music is often described as lute songs, but this is somewhat. This is one of a series of posts about books used as source material for Art Song Central. Book Title: First Book of Songs or Ayres of foure parts, with Tableture for the Lute. Get this from a library. The first booke of songs or ayres of 4.

parts: with tableture for the lute or orpherian, with the violl de gamba. [Francis Pilkington]. French tablature.

Wrappers. $20 The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres of Foure Parts, with Tableture for the Lute. [Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.].

Performers’ Facsimiles, []. 24 x 35 cm, 49 pp. Line-cut of the Thomas Este edition (London, ), in table book format.

22 songs a2, a4 & a5 with lute/orpharion/viol. First Book of Songs () Dowland in London in published his First Booke of Songes or Ayres, a set of 21 lute-songs and one of the most influential collections in the history of the lute.

[3] It is set out in a way that allows performance by a soloist with lute accompaniment or by various other combinations of singers and. General Information. Title: The Second Booke of Songs and Ayres, set out to the Lute, the base Violl the playne way, or the Base by tableture after the leero fashion.

Composer: Robert Jones Number of voices: 4vv Voicings: SATB or Soprano solo Genre: Secular, Madrigal Language: English Instruments: Lute, orpharion, bass-viol, or a cappella Publication date and place: in London 'Printed by. Work Title The Second Book of Songes Alt ernative.

Title Title-page transcription The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres of 2, 4 and 5 parts: with Tableture for the Lute. Work Title The First Booke of Ayres Alt ernative.

Title Title-page transcription The first booke of ayres. Or Little short songs, to sing and play to the lute, with the base viole Newly published by Thomas Morley Bachiler of Musicke, and one of the gent.

of her Maiesties Royall Chappel. The First Book of Songs or Ayres of Four Parts, London: Humfrey Lownes, (only one song, “Come again, sweet love doth now invite,” 2 pp.) THE / SECOND BOOKE / of Songs or Ayres, / of 2. and 5. parts: / With Tableture for the Lute or / Orpherian, with the Violl, London: Thomas Este, The First Booke of Songs or Ayres of foure parts (First Book of Songs), with Tableture for the Lute (Facsimile Reprint) DOWLAND, John (ed.

Diana Poulton) Published by Brian Jordan () ISBN ISBN Used. Softcover. John Dowland ( - ) was an English lutenist and composer. He was lutenist to Christian IV of Denmark () and James I of England ( until his death). In addition to composing lute solos, Dowland also published 4 books of lute songs.

88 Dowland lute songs and 90 of his lute instrumental compositions survive. InDowland published his First Book of Songs or Ayres of Foure.

The first booke of songes, or, Ayres of fowre partes with tableture for the lute: so made that all the partes together, or either of them seuerally may be song to the lute, orpherian or viol de gambo.

The first booke was tremendously successful, going through four editions over the next sixteen years. He followed it in with The second booke of songs, or, Ayres, of 2, 4, and 5 parts and published a number of other highly influential books of lute songs.

Title: The First Booke of Songes or Ayres of foure parts with Tableture for the Lute. So made that all the parts together, or either of them severally may be song to the Lute, Orpherian or Viol de gambo.

Composer: Robert Jones Number of voices: 4vv Voicings: SATB or Soprano solo Genre: Secular, Madrigal. Language: English. The second booke of songs or ayres, of 2.

and 5. parts vvith tableture for the lute or orpherian, with the violl de gamba. Composed by Iohn Dovvland Batcheler of Musick. () [Dowland, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The second booke of songs or ayres, of 2. and 5. parts vvith tableture for the lute or orpherian, with the violl de s: 1.

Full title: The first booke of songs or ayres of foure parts with tableture for the lute. So made that, all the parts together, or either of them severally orpherian, may be sung to the Lute. John Dowland's songs (or ayres, as they were termed) for voice and lute represent the culmination of a long tradition in England, where such pieces were held in high esteem throughout the sixteenth bulk of Dowland's contribution to this rich repertoire consists of three books published simply as a First, Second and Third Book of Songs, and a further collection published in In John Dowland () published his first collection of music, The First Book of Songs or Airs of Four Parts with Tableture for the Lute.

A groundbreaking work in several respects, not least in that it was the first published collection of English lute songs, it success was immediate, and was reprinted several times.3/5(2).

During his stay in London, Dowland published his first collection of music in the yearThe First Booke of Songes or Ayres of Foure Partes with Tableture for the Lute. It attained immense success and was reprinted at least four times. This is the final edition of this book, first appearing in Editorial changes--apparently by Dowland himself--make this the favored versions for facsimiles and modern performance.

Title: THE FIRST BOOKE OF SONGS OR AYRES OF foure parts, with Tableture for the Lute.The first booke of songes & ayres of foure parts with tableture for the lute So made that all the parts together, or either of them severally may be song to the lute, orpherian or viol de gambo.John Attey (d.

c. ) was an English composer of lute songs or ayres. Little is known about his life. He appears to have been patronised by John Egerton, 1st Earl of Bridgewater and the Countess Frances, to whom he dedicates his First Booke of Ayres of Foure Parts, with Tableture for the Lute, in On the title-page of this work he calls himself a "Gentleman and Practitioner of Musicke.".