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1:1 Unquiet thoughts     Song
1:10 Think'st thou then by thy feigning     Song
1:11 Come away, come sweet love     Song
1:12 Rest awhile, you cruel cares     3:00Madrigal
1:13 Sleep, wayward thoughts     Song
1:14 All ye, whom Love or Fortune     Song
1:15 Wilt thou unkind thus reave me     Song
1:16 Would my conceit     Song
1:17 60Come again : sweet love doth now invite     1:30Madrigal
1:18 His golden locks     Song
1:19 92Awake, sweet love     Song
1:2 Who ever thinks or hopes of love     Song
1:20 Come, heavy sleep     Song
1:21 Away with these self-loving lads     Song
1:3 My thoughts are wing'd with hopes     Song
1:4 63If My Complaints Could Passions Move?     3:00Song
1:5 Can she excuse my wrongs     Song
1:6 Now, O now, I needs must part     Song
1:7 Dear, if you change     Song
1:8 Burst forth my tears     Song
1:9 Go crystal tears     1:30Song
2:1 I saw my Lady weep     Song
2:10 O sweet woods     Song
2:11 If floods of tears     Song
2:12 Fine knacks for ladies     2:00Song
2:13 Now cease my wand'ring eyes     Song
2:14 Come ye heavy states of night     Song
2:15 White as lilies was her face     Song
2:16 Woeful heart     Song
2:17 A shepherd in a shade     1:15Madrigal
2:18 Faction that ever dwells     Song
2:19 Shall I sue     Song
2:2 Flow my tears     2:00Song
2:20 Toss not my soul     Song
2:21 Clear or cloudy     Song
2:22 Humour say what mak'st thou here     Song
2:3 Sorrow, stay     Song
2:4 Die not bwfore thy day     Song
2:5 Mourn, mourn, Day is with darkness fled     Song
2:6 Time's eldest son     Song
2:7 Then sit thee down     Song
2:8 When others sing Venite     Song
2:9 Praise blindness eyes     Song
3:1 Fairwell, too fair     Song
3:10 Love stood amazed     Song
3:11 Lend your ears to my sorrow     Song
3:12 By a fountain where I lay     Song
3:13 O what hath overrought     Song
3:14 Farewell, unkind     Song
3:15 Weep you no more, sad fountains     5:00Song
3:16 Fie on this feigning!     Song
3:17 I must complain     Song
3:18 It was a Time when silly bees     Song
3:19 The lowest trees have tops     Song
3:2 Time stands still     Song
3:20 What poor astronomers are they     Song
3:21 Come when I call     Song
3:3 Behold a wonder here     Song
3:4 Daphne was not so chaste     Song
3:5 Me, me, and none but me     Song
3:6 When Phoebus first did Daphne love     Song
3:7 Say, Love, if ever thou didst find     Song
3:8 Flow not so fast, ye fountains     Song
3:9 What if I never speed?     1:00Song
  80A Coye Joy  lut   
  49Almain for Lute P49  lut   
  51Almain for Lute P51  lut   
  96Almain for Lute P96  lut   
  13Adieu for Master Oliver Cromwell  lut   
  68Aloe  lut   
  100Coranto for Lute  lut   
  22Dowland's First Galliard  lut  Galliard
  12Dr.Case's Pavan  lut  Pavan
  75Dream  lut   
  1Fanstasia P1  lut  Fantasy
  3Farewell fantasia P3  lut  Fantasy
  20First Galliard P20  lut  Galliard
  2Forlorne Hope Fancye  lut   
  62Fortune  lut   
  4Farewell P4  lut   
  5Fantasia P5  lut  Fantasy
  6Fancy P6  lut   
  7Fancy P7  lut   
  71Fantasia P71  lut  Fantasy
  72Fancy P72  lut   
  73Fancy P73  lut   
  28Galliard after Daniel Bacheler  lut  Galliard
  64Go From My Window  lut   
  29Giles Hobie's Galliard  lut  Galliard
  21Galliard P21  lut  Galliard
  24Galliard P24  lut  Galliard
  84Galliard P84  lut  Galliard
  46Galliard to Lachrimae  lut  Galliard
  78Jig for lute  lut  Dances
  Lady Clifton's Spirit  lut   
  54Lady Hunsdos's Puffe  lut  1:15Dances
  48Lady Laiton's Almaine  lut  Allemande
  95La mia Barbara  lut   
  15Lachrimae Pavan  lut  4:00Pavan
  65Lord Strang's March  lut  March
  69Loth to departe  lut   
  11Mrs Brigide Fleetwoods Paven Solus sine sola  lut  Pavan
  25Melancholy Galliard  lut  Galliard
  32Mrs.Vaux's Galliard  lut  Galliard
  34Mignarda  lut   
  33Mr John Langton's Galliard  lut  Galliard
  36Mr Knights Galliard  lut  Galliard
  37My Lord Chamberlain his Galliard  lut  1:45Galliard
  99Mr.Dowland's Midnight  lut   
  77Mrs. Norrish's Delight  lut   
  57Mrs. Vaux JigMrs Vauxes Gigge lut  Dances
  56Mrs Whittes NothingMrs. White's Nothing lut   
  50Mistris Whittes Thinge  lut   
  61Orlando sleepeth  lut   
  18Pavane for Lute  lut  Pavan
  16Pavan for lute P16  lut  Pavan
  94Pavana Johan Douland  lut  Pavan
  102Prelude P102  lut  Prelude
  98PreludiumPraeludium lut  1:15Prelude
  97Queenes Galliard  lut  Galliard
  70Robin  lut   
  10Solus cum sola  lut   
  91Susanna Fair Galliard  lut  Galliard
  Lachrimae Antiquae   1603 4:00Pavan
  17The Lady Russells Paven  lut  Pavan
  38The Lord Viscount Lisle, his Galliard  lut  Galliard
  59Tarleton's Ressurection  lut   
  58The Shoemaker's Wife, a Toy  lut   
  81Tarleton's Willy  lut   
  93Une jeune filette  lut   
  41The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her GalliardFrom Robert Dowland: Varietie of Lute Lessons lut1610 1:15Galliard
  The Right Honourable Robert, Earl Of EssexGalliard. From Robert Dowland: Varietie of Lute Lessons. lut1610 1:30 
  31Walsingham  lut   
DLB:1 66My Lord Willoughy's Welcome Home  lut   
DLB:2 79What If A Day  lut   
DLB:3 53Mrs. Clifton's Almain  lut  Allemande
DLB:4 42Can She Excuse  lut   
DLB:5 55Mrs. Winter's JumpWinters Jomps lut   
DLB:6 39Round Battle GalliardDoulands Rounde Battele Galyard lut  Galliard
DLB:7 23The Frog Galliard  lut  Galliard
Ps:1 Disdaine me still, that I may euer loue  lut   
Ps:10 From silent night, true register of moanes  lut   
Ps:11 Lasso vita mia, mi fa morire  lut   
Ps:12 96In this trembling shadow  lut   
Ps:13 If that a Sinners sighes be Angels food  lut   
Ps:14 Thou mighty God  lut   
Ps:15 When Dauids life by Saul  lut   
Ps:16 When the poore Criple  lut   
Ps:17 Where Sinne sore wounding  lut   
Ps:18 My heart and tongue were twinnes  lut   
Ps:19 Up merry Mates, to Neptunes praise  lut   
Ps:2 Sweete stay a while, why will you?  lut   
Ps:20 Welcome blacke night  lut   
Ps:21 Cease these false sports  lut   
Ps:22 A Galliard to Lachrimae  lut  Galliard
Ps:3 To aske for all thy loue  lut   
Ps:4 Loue those beames that breede  lut   
Ps:5 Shall I striue with wordes to moue  lut   
Ps:6 Were euery thought an eye  lut   
Ps:7 Stay time a while thy flying  lut   
Ps:8 Tell me true Loue  lut   
Ps:9 Goe nightly cares, the enemy to rest  lut   
St:10 M. Giles Hoby his Galiard     Song
St:11 Lachrimae Amantis     Song
St:12 M. Thomas Collier his Galiard     Song
St:13 Lachrimae Verae     Song
St:14 19Captain Digorie Piper his Galiard     Song
St:15 9Semper Dowland semper Dolens     Song
St:16 40The King of Denmarks Galiard     3:00Song
St:17 Sir Henry Vmptons Funerall     Song
St:18 M. Bucton his Galiard     Song
St:19 14M. John Langtons Pauan     Song
St:2 103Sir John Souch his Galiard     Song
St:20 52Mrs Nichols AlmandMrs.Nichols' Almain    Song
St:21 M. George Whitehead his Almand     Song
St:3 Lachrimae Antiquae Novae     Song
St:4 M. Henry Noell his Galiard     Song
St:5 Lachrimae Gementes     Song
St:6 42aThe Earle of Essex Galiard     1:30Song
St:7 Lachrimae Tristes     Song
St:8 M. Nicho. Gryffith his Galiard     Song
St:9 Lachrimae Coactae     Song
Vl:10 A Fantasie     Song
Vl:3 45The Right Honourable Lady Clifton's SpiritFrom Robert Dowland: Varietie of Lute Lessons lut1610 1:15 
Vl:4 47Sir John Smith, His Almain  voc,lut  2:30Song
Vl:5 Sir John Langton's Pavan     Song
Vl:6 Christianus the Fourth, King of DenmarkThe Most High and Mighty Christianus the Fourth, King of Denmark, His Galliard    Song
Vl:7 44The Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl of DerbyThe Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl of Derby, His Galliard.    Song
Vl:8 Sir Henry Guilforde, His Almain     Song
Vl:9 43The Right Honourable The Lady RichThe Right Honourable The Lady Rich, Her Galliard.    Song

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