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Weelkes Welcome sweet pleasure
Gibbons Ah, dear heart
Tomkins See , see the shepherds' queen
Morley My bonny lass she smileth
Vautor Mother , I will have a husband
Wilbye Love not me for comely grace
Dowland Me, me, and none but me
Weelkes Hark all ye lovely saints above
Morley Now is the month of maying
Dowland If my complaints Gibbons Fair is the rose
Byrd Come, woeful Orpheus
Dowland Flow not so fast, ye fountains
Morley Sing we and chant it Stanford The blue bird
Finzi My spirit sang all day; I praise the tender flower Britten I cannot grow


Unknown: Tomkins See
Unknown: Vautor Mother
Unknown: Weelkes Hark

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