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Go From My Window Easy by John Dowland

Go From My Window (Easy) by John Dowland (1563-1626)

John Dowland This tuneful dance by John Dowland should be played at a moderate to lively tempo. Note that the piece is made up of four eight-bar (measures) phrases, and that the last four bars of each phrase are a repetition of the first four. To achieve a good dynamic contrast either play the last four bars of each phrase more softly than the first four, or closer to the bridge (sul ponticello) for a more nasal tone color.

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Walsingham (Galliard) by John Dowland

Walsingham (Galliard) by John Dowland (1563-1626)

John Dowland This tuneful dance by John Dowland should be played at a moderate to lively tempo. Note that the piece is made up of four eight-bar (measures) phrases, and that the last four bars of each phrase are a repetition of the first four. To achieve a good dynamic contrast either play the last four bars of each phrase more softly than the first four, or closer to the bridge (sul ponticello) for a more nasal tone color.

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Mrs Vauxes Gigge by John Dowland

Mrs Vauxes Gigge by John Dowland (1563-1626)

John Dowland This tuneful dance by John Dowland should be played at a moderate to lively tempo. Note that the piece is made up of four eight-bar (measures) phrases, and that the last four bars of each phrase are a repetition of the first four. To achieve a good dynamic contrast either play the last four bars of each phrase more softly than the first four, or closer to the bridge (sul ponticello) for a more nasal tone color.

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Lady Hunsdon Alman by John Dowland

Lady Hunsdon Alman by John Dowland (1563-1626)

John Dowland This tuneful dance by John Dowland should be played at a moderate to lively tempo. Note that the piece is made up of four eight-bar (measures) phrases, and that the last four bars of each phrase are a repetition of the first four. To achieve a good dynamic contrast either play the last four bars of each phrase more softly than the first four, or closer to the bridge (sul ponticello) for a more nasal tone color.

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Hasellwoods Galliard by John Dowland

Hasellwood’s Galliard by John Dowland (1563-1626)

John Dowland This tuneful dance by John Dowland should be played at a moderate to lively tempo. Note that the piece is made up of four eight-bar (measures) phrases, and that the last four bars of each phrase are a repetition of the first four. To achieve a good dynamic contrast either play the last four bars of each phrase more softly than the first four, or closer to the bridge (sul ponticello) for a more nasal tone color.

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Ah how pleasant tis to love by Henry Purcell

Ah how pleasant tis to love by Henry Purcell (1924-1994)

Henri Purcel Henry Purcell was an English organist and Baroque composer of secular and sacred music. Although Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, his legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music.

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The Willow Tree by John Duarte

The Willow Tree by John W Duarte (1919-2004)

john Duarte John William Duarte was a British composer, guitarist and writer. Duarte was born in Sheffield, England, but lived in Manchester from the age of 6. Although his surname, Duarte, is of Portuguese origin, he considered himself 100% British — his father was Scottish and his mother was English — a fact that echoed throughout his music.

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Sylvia now your scorn give over by Henry Purcell

Sylvia now your scorn give over by Henry Purcell (1924-1994)

Henri Purcel Henry Purcell was an English organist and Baroque composer of secular and sacred music. Although Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, his legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music.

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The Sprig of Thyme by John Duarte

The Sprig of Thyme by John W Duarte (1919-2004)

john Duarte John William Duarte was a British composer, guitarist and writer. Duarte was born in Sheffield, England, but lived in Manchester from the age of 6. Although his surname, Duarte, is of Portuguese origin, he considered himself 100% British — his father was Scottish and his mother was English — a fact that echoed throughout his music.

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The New Mown Hay by John Duarte

The New Mown Hay by John W Duarte (1919-2004)

john Duarte John William Duarte was a British composer, guitarist and writer. Duarte was born in Sheffield, England, but lived in Manchester from the age of 6. Although his surname, Duarte, is of Portuguese origin, he considered himself 100% British — his father was Scottish and his mother was English — a fact that echoed throughout his music.

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