Transcrito para guitarra e incluye tablatura para laud.
Contenido:Introduction Instrumentation About the TranscriptionsTuning and TranspositionTypes of TranscriptionsTHE THRID AND LAST BOOKEI. Farewell too fairII. Time stands stillIII. Behold a wonder hereIV. Daphne was not so chasteV. ‘Me, me and none but me’VI. When Phoebus first did Daphne loveVII. Say Love if ever thou didst findVIII. Flow not so fast ye fountainsIX. What if I never speed?X. Love stood amazdXI. Lend your ears to my sorrowXII. By a fountain where I layXIII. Oh what hath overwroughtXIV. Farewell unkind farewellXV. ‘Weep you no more, sad fountains’XVI. Fie on this feigningXVII. I must complainXVIII It was a time when silly bees could speakXIX. The lowest trees have topsXX. What poor astronomers are theyXXI. Come when I call (for two voices and two lutes)A PILGRIMES SOLACEI. Disdain me stillII. Sweet stay awhileIII. To ask for all thy loveIV. Love those beamsV. ‘Shall I strive with words to move (Mignarda, a galliard is Dowland`s title for the solo lute version of the lyre ‘Shall I strive with words to move.’VI. Were every thought an eyeVII. Stay Time awhile thy flyingVIII. Tel me true Love (with chorus)The next three with treble and bass viols ofr violin and cello:IX. Go nightly caresX. From silent nightXI. Lasso vita miaXII. In this trembling shadowXIII. If that a sinner`s sighsA three-part work:XIV. Thou mighty GodXV. When David`s lifeXVI. When the poor crippleXVII. Where sin sore woundingXVIII. My heart and tongue were twinsThe next with chorus:XIX. Up merry matesXX. Welcome black nightXXI. Cease these false sports’THREE AYRES FROM ‘A MUSICALL BANQUET’Far from triumphing CourtLady if you so spite meIn darkness let me dwellGALLIART TO LACHRIMAE’A lute solo from A Pilgrimes Solace, transcribed for guitar’