a| Wandering in this place;
b| [witty, amorous, and introspective ayres and lute solos of Elizabethan England]
h| [sound recording]
b| 1750 Arch Records
a| 1 disc.
b| 33 1/3 rpm. stereo.
c| 12 in.
a| Durations and program notes by J. Edmunds on container; words of the songs ( leaf) inserted.
a| Dowland, J. I saw my lady weep.--Dowland. The frog galliard (lute solo)--Morley, T. Can I forget what reason's force impinted in my heart.--Dowland. Sorrow, stay! lend true repentant tears.--Dowland. Tarleton's resurrection (lute solo)--Campion, T. Beauty, since you so much desire.--Dowland, J. If my complaints could passions move.--Dowland. Flow not so fast, ye fountains.--Bartlet, J. Unto a fly transformed from human kind.--Dowland. Awake, sweet love, thou art returned.--Dowland. Lachrimae pavan (lute solo)--Dowland. When Phoebus first did Daphne love.--Dowland. Can she excuse my wrongs with virtue's cloak.--Cavendish, M. Wandering in this place, as in a wilderness.
a| Tom Buckner, tenor; Joseph Bacon, lute.
a| Recorded at Montgomery Chapel, San Francisco Theological Seminary, An Anselmo, Calif., 1976.
a| Songs (High voice) with lute.
a| Lute music.
a| Dowland, John,
t| Songs or ayres,
n| 2nd book.
p| I saw my lady weepe.