John Dowland

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John Dowland (ca. 1563-1626) was an English composer of the Renaissance who was famous for his melancholy music and character.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Flow, my tears, fall from your springs, for 2 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs) 1600 Vocal Music
Come again, sweet love doth now invite, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) 1597 Vocal Music Choral
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Can she excuse my wrongs, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) 1597 Vocal Music
In darkness let me dwell, for voice, lute & bass viol (A Musicall Banquet) 1610 Vocal Music
I saw my lady weep, for 2 voices & lute (Second Book of Song) 1600 Vocal Music
Fine knacks for ladies, for 4 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs) 1600 Vocal Music Choral
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home, for lute, P 66 1626 Chamber Music
The Frog Galliard, for lute, P 23 Chamber Music
Sorrow, stay, lend true repentant tears, for 2 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs) 1600 Vocal Music
Mellancoly Galliard, for lute, P 25 1626 Chamber Music
Semper Dowland semper dolens, pavan for lute, P 9 1600 Chamber Music
The King of Denmark, his Galliard, for lute, P 40 1626 Chamber Music
Come, heavy sleep, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) 1597 Vocal Music
Lachrimae Pavan, for keyboard or lute (from "Lachrimae") 1612 Chamber Music
Sir John Smith, his Almain, for lute, P 47 1626 Chamber Music
Now, O now I needs must part, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs) 1597 Vocal Music Chamber Music
Lachrimae, for lute, P 15 1626 Chamber Music
Tarleton's Resurrection, for lute, P 59 1626 Chamber Music
Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard, for lute, P 19 Chamber Music
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