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Fvneral Teares ; For the Death of the Right Honorable the Earle of Deuonshire. Figvred in Seauen Songes, Whereof Sixe Are So Set Forth That the Wordes May Be Exprest by a Treble Voice Alone to the Lute and Base Viole, or Else That the Meane Part May Bee Added, If Any Shall Affect More Finnesse of Parts. The Seaventh Is Made in Forme of a Dialogue, and Cannot Be Sung Without Two Voyces, Inuented by Iohn Coprario [I.E. John Cooper

Coperario, John
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Document; Online
Creator
Coperario, John
Date
1606
Composition Era
17th Century
Collection
UVa Text Collection
Chadwyck-Healey English Poetry
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