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Songs from the Labyrinth - Sting

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  1. Walsingham, song arranged for lute, P 67
  2. Can she excuse my wrongs, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  3. "Right honorable: as I have bin most bounde unto your honor..." (Letter
  4. Flow, my tears, fall from your springs, for 2 voices & lute (Second Boo
  5. Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow? for voice & lute
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  1. Walsingham, song arranged for lute, P 67
  2. Can she excuse my wrongs, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  3. "Right honorable: as I have bin most bounde unto your honor..." (Letter
  4. Flow, my tears, fall from your springs, for 2 voices & lute (Second Boo
  5. Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow? for voice & lute
  6. "...Then in time passing Mr. Johnson died..." (Letter to Sir Robert Cec
  7. The King of Denmark, his Galliard, for lute, P 40
  8. The lowest trees have tops, for 4 voices & lute (Third Book of Songs)
  9. "...And accordinge as I desired ther cam a letter to me out of Germany.
  10. Fine knacks for ladies, for 4 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs)
  11. "...From thenc I went to the Landgrave of Hessen..." (Letter to Sir Rob
  12. Fantasy
  13. Come, heavy sleep, for 4 voices & lute (First Book of Songs)
  14. Forlorn Hope, fantasie for lute, P 2
  15. "...And from thence I had great desire to see Italy..." (Letter to Sir
  16. Come again, sweet love doth now invite, for 4 voices & lute (First Book
  17. Wilt thou unkind thus reave me of my heart, for 4 voices & lute (First
  18. "...After my departure I caled to mynde our conference..." (Letter to S
  19. Weep you no more, sad fountains, for 4 voices & lute (Third Book of Son
  20. My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home, for lute, P 66
  21. Clear or cloudy sweet as Aprill showring, for 4 voices & lute (Second B
  22. "...men say that the Kinge of Spain is making great preparation..." (Le
  23. In darkness let me dwell, for voice, lute & bass viol (A Musicall Banqu
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Casual pronouncements are made every so often that the lute songs (the lute is a plucked stringed instrument, an early cousin to the guitar) and madrigals of Elizabethan and Jacobean England were the popular music of their day. And Sting, who alludes to the likes of Vladimir Nabokov in his lyrics, is hardly uneducated in the legacy of fine arts, ...

Songs from the Labyrinth 2006, DG Deutsche Grammophon

UPC: 602517051119

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