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John Dowland

John Dowland wurde 1563, vermutlich in London, in eine Zeit geboren, die als das "Elisabethanische Zeitalter" in die Geschichte einging.
Queen Elisabeth I. regierte in England und führte das British Empire zur Zeit seiner grössten Machtentfaltung und kulturellen Blüte.
William Shakespeare war ein Zeitgenosse Dowlands und inspirierte ihn bei der Entwicklung der lyrischen Form des Lautenliedes, die Dowland zu einem künstlerischen Höhepunkt führte.
Er war bei seinen Zeitgenossen gleichermassen als Komponist und Interpret seiner Werke berühmt, und sein umfangreiches Werk für die Laute bezeugt, das er auch nach heutigen Masstäben ein hervorragender Instrumentalist gewesen sein muss.




Werkeverzeichnis John Dowlands

Quellen:
MGG (Enzyklopädie),
Diana Poulton, John Dowland Berkeley 1982


Werke für Laute solo       


Fantasies




A Fantasie (1)                          

Pdf / Faksimile

A Fantasie (2)


Forlorn Hope Fancy


Farewell


Farewell (An "In Nomine")


A Fancy (1)


A Fancy (2)


A Fancy (3)




Pavans


Piper's Pavan


Semper Dowland Semper Dolens


Solus Cum Sola


Mrs. Brigide Fleedwood's Pavan alias Solus Sine Sola


Dr. Case's Pavan


Resulution


Mr. John Langton's Pavan


Sir John Langton's Pavan


Lachrimæonline bestellen.

Faksimile

A Pavan (1)


The Lady Russell's Pavan


A Pavan (2)




Galliards

Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard


Dowland's Galliard


John Dowland's Galliard


Dowland's First Galliard


The Frog Galliard (1)

Faksimile

The Frog Galliard (2)


Galliard


Melancholy Galliard


Sir John Souch's Galliard


A Galliard (1)


A Galliard (on a galliard by Daniel Bacheler)


Giles Hobie's Galliard


A Galliard (2)


A Galliard (on Walsingham)


Mrs. Vaux Galliard


Mr.Langton's Galliard


Mignarda


A Galliard (3)


Mr. Knight's Galliard


My John Chamberlain, His Galliard (an invention for two to play upon one lute)


The Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Lisle, His Galliard


Round Battle Galliard


The Most High and Mighty Christianus the Fourth, King of Denmark, His Galliard

Faksimile

The Most Sacred Quenn Elizabeth, Her Galliard


Can She Excuse

Faksimile

The Right Honourable Robert Earl of Essex, His Galliard


The Lady Rich's Galliard


The Right Honourable The Lady Rich, Her Galliard


The Earl of Derby's Galliard


The Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl of Derby, His Galliard


The Right Honourable The Lady Clifton's Spirit


Galliard to Lachrimæ




Almains


Sir John Smith, His Almain

Faksimile

Smythes Almain


Lady Laiton's Almain (1)

Faksimile

Lady Laiton's Almain (2)


An Almain


Mrs. Withe's Thing


A Piece Without Title


Mrs. Nichols' Almain


Lady Hudson`s Almande

Faksimile

Mrs. Clifton's Almain

Faksimile

Lady Hunsdon's Puffe




Jigs and other pieces in 6/8 rhythm


Mrs. Winter's Jump


Mrs. Withe's Nothing


Mrs.Vaux's Jig


The Shoemaker's Wife


Tarleton's Riserrection




Song Arrangements

Come Away




Settings of Ballad Tunes


Orlando Sleepeth


Fortune


Complaint


Go From My Window


Lord Strang's March


My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home (1)

Faksimile

My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home (2)


Walsingham


Aloe


Loth to Depart


Robin

Faksimile





Lieder



First Booke of Songes or Ayres (1597)
online bestellen.


Unquiet thoughts

Faksimile

Who ever thinks or hopes of love


My thoughts are wing'd with hopes


If my complaints


Can she excuse my wrongs


Now, O now, I needs must part


Dear, if you change


Burst forth my tears


Go crystal tears


Think'st thou then by thy feigning


Come away, come sweet love


Rest awhile, you cruel cares


Sleep, wayward thoughts


All ye, whom Love or Fortune


Wilt thou unkind thus reave me


Would my conceit


Come again : sweet love doth now invite


His golden locks


Awake, sweet love


Come, heavy sleep


Away with these self-loving lads




Second Booke of Songes or Ayres (1600)
online bestellen


I saw my Lady weep


Flow my tears


Sorrow, stay


Die not before thy day


Mourn, mourn, Day is with darkness fled


Time's eldest son


Then sit thee down


When others sing Venite


Praise blindness eyes


O sweet woods


If floods of tears


Fine knacks for ladies


Now cease my wand'ring eyes


Come ye heavy states of night


White as lilies was her face


Woeful heart


A shepherd in a shade


Faction that ever dwells


Shall I sue


Toss not my soul


Clear or cloudy


Humour say what mak'st thou here




Third Booke of Songes or Ayres (1603)
online bestellen.


Fairwell, too fair


Time stands still


Behold a wonder here


Daphne was not so chaste


Me, me, and none but me


When Phoebus first did Daphne love


Say, Love, if ever thou didst find


Fow not so fast, ye fountains


What if I never speed?

Love stood amazed

Lend your ears to my sorrow

By a fountain where I lay

O what hath overrought

Farewell, unkind

Weep you no more, sad fountains

Fie on this feigning!

I must complain

It was a Time when silly bees

The lowest trees have tops

What poor astronomers are they

Come when I call




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