I Saw My Lady Weep by John Dowland

I Saw My Lady Weep 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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Renaissance. 2 Pages. 23 measure. 2/2 Time Signature. capo 3.

Category: England, Genre, John Dowland, Renaissance

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