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Daurando, Jon
Dooland, John
Douland, John
Dovland, Iohn
Dowland, ..
Dowland, J.
Dowland, Jh
Dowland, John
Džon Daulend
Ioannes Dowland
J. Dowland
John Dowland
John Dowland (angielski kompozytor)
John Dowland (britisk komponist)
John Dowland (Brits componist (1563-1626))
John Dowland (brittisk kompositör)
John Dowland (compositore, cantante e liutista inglese)
John Dowland (englischer Komponist der Renaissance)
John Dowland (English Renaissance composer, lutenist, and singer)
Джон Доуленд
Доуленд, Дж
Доуленд, Джон
Џон Дауленд
Џон Доуленд
ג'ון דאולנד
דאולנד, ג'ון
จอห์น เดาว์แลนด์
ジョン・ダウランド
ダウランド, J
ダウランド, ジョン
约翰·道兰德
Dates: 
1563-1626
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author
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Related names: 
Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)
Byrd, William (1539 or 40-1623)
Chappell, W. (1809-1888)
Chappell, William (1809-1888)
Dowland, John (1563?-1626)
Dowland, Robert (1591-1641; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Fellowes, Edmund H. (1870-1951)
Fellowes, Edmund Horace (1870-1951)
Firla, Bogdan
Harmonia mundi France
Holborne, Antony (ca. 1545-1602)
Johnson, Robert (ap 1583-1633)
Morley, Thomas (1557-1603?)
Naxos Digital Services
North, Nigel (1954- ))
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Robinson, Thomas
Rooley, Anthony (1944-...)
Taylor, Daniel (1969-)
Warlock, Peter (1894-1930)
Wolff, Werner J.
Zohn, Andrew Eliot (1970-)
Titles: 
Airs Livre 1
Airs Livre 2
Airs Livre 3
Alemandas laúd la mayor
All people that on earth do dwell
All ye whom love or fortune hath betraide Chant, luth
Allemandes Luth P 49
Allemandes Luth P 51
Allemandes Luth P 96
Aloe P 68
As I went to Walsingham P deest
Awake sweet love, thou art returnd Chant, luth
Away with these selfe loving lads Chant, luth
Behold a wonder here Chant, luth
Behold and have regard
Burst forth my teares Chant, luth
Can she excuse Luth P 42
Can she excuse Luth P 89
Can she excuse my wrongs Voix, luth
Captain Digorie Piper His Galliard
Captain Digorie Piper's galliard Luth P 19
Captain Digorie Piper's galliard Luth P 88
Captaine Digorie Piper his galiard Violes de gambe (5), luth
Captaine Digorie Piper his Pavan
Chamber music. Selections
Cleare or cloudie sweet as Aprill showring
Comagain, NVE 33, M/T 32
Come Again: Sweet Love Doth Now Invite
Come againe sweet love doth now envite
Come away, come sweet love
Come away Luth P 60
Come, Heavy Sleep
Come heavy sleepe
Complaint P 63
Courantes Luth P 100
Courantes, violins (4), continuo, C minor
coy joy P 80
Daphne was not so chaste as she was changing
Deare if you change Ile never chuse againe
Dowland's Adieu
Dowland's first galliard Luth P 22
Dowland's galliard P 20
Dowland's Tears (I Saw My Lady Weep, arr. North)
Dowlands adew for Master Oliver Cromwell Violes de gambe (5), luth
Dr. Case's pavan P 12
dream Luth P 75
Dye not before thy day
earl of Essex, his Galliard Luth P 42a
Earl of Essex, his Galliard, The
Earle of Essex galiard Violes de gambe (5), luth
Extraits
fantaisie Luth Sol majeur
Fantaisies Luth P 1
Fantaisies Luth P 5
Fantaisies Luth P 6
Fantaisies Luth P 7
Fantaisies Luth P 71
Fantaisies Luth P 72
Fantaisies Luth P 73
Fantaisies Luth P 74
Fantasia
Fantasias, lute (1610)
Fantasias, lute, no. 7
Fantasías sol mayor
Fantasies, lute, P. 1, G major
Fantasies, lute, P. 5, D minor
Fantasies, lute, P. 6, G minor
Fantasies, lute, P. 7, G minor
Fantasies, lute, P. 73, G major
Far from triumphing court
Farewell fantasia, P. 3
Farewell fantasia, P. 4
Farewell too faire
Farewell unkind farewell
Fine knacks for ladies
First Book of Songs: Song for 4 Voices and Lute "Away With These Self-Loving Lads"
First Book of Songs: Song for 4 Voices and Lute "Come Again: Sweet Love Doth now Invite"
First Book of Songs: Song for 4 Voices and Lute "If my Complaints Could Passions Move"
First Booke of Songs or Ayres, No. 6: "Now, o now I needs must part", The
First Booke of Songs or Ayres, Nr. 20: "Come, heavy sleep"
Flow, my teares
Flow My Tears
Flow not so fast yee fountaines
Forlorn hope fancy P 2
Fortune Luth P 62
Fortune my foe Voix (1), luth No 25
Frog Gallard for Lute (Now Oh Now I Need Must Part), The
frog galliard Luth P 23
frog galliard Luth P 23a
Frog Galliard, The
Frogg galliard
From silent night, true register of moanes
From silent night, true register of moans
Gaillardes Luth P 103
Gaillardes Luth P 104
Gaillardes Luth P 27
Gaillardes Luth P 28
Gaillardes Luth P 30
Gaillardes Luth P 31
Gaillardes Luth P 35
Gaillardes Luth P 76
Gaillardes Luth P 82
Gaillardes Luth P 92
Gallardas laúd do menor
Galliard (P30)
Galliard to Lachrimae
Galliards, lute, P. 104, G minor
Galliards, lute, P. 21
Galliards, lute, P. 26, G minor
Galliards, lute, P. 28, C minor
Galliards, lute, P. 29, C minor
Galliards, lute, P. 31, G minor
Gigues Luth P 78
Giles Hobie's galliard Luth P 29
Go christall teares
Go Crystal Tears
Go from my window P 64
Goe nightly cares, the enemy to rest
Hasellwood's galliard P 84
Heart that's broken and contrite
His golden locks time hath to silver turnd
humble complaint of a sinner
Humor say what makst thou heere
If my complaints could passions move
If that a sinners sighes
In darkness let me dwell
In this trembling, trembling shadow
Instrumental music. Selections
It was a time when silly bees could speake
jeune fillette P 93
John Dowland's galliard P 21
King of Denmark his galliard
King of Denmarks galiard Violes (5), luth
Lachrimae (alternative version)
Lachrimae antiquae novae Violes de gambe (5), luth
Lachrimae. Earl of Essex galliard
Lachrimae. King of Denmark's galliard
Lachrimae Luth P 15
Lachrimae. M. Henry Noell his galiard
Lachrimae. M. Nicho. Gryffith his galiard
Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares: Lachrimæ Gementes
Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares: M. Bucton his Galiard
Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares: Semper Dowland semper Dolens
Lachrimae or Seven Lachrimae Antiquae Novae
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Captaine Digorie Piper his Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Amantis
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Antiquae
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Coactae
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Gementes
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Tristes
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Lachrimae Verae
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. Buctons Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. George Whitehead his Almand
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. Giles Hobies Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. Henry Noel his Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. John Langtons Pavan
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. Nicholas Gryffith his Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: M. Thomas Collier his Galiard with 2 Trebles
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Mistresse Nichols Almand
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Semper Dowland semper dolens
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Sir Henry Umptons Funerall
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: Sir John Souch his Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: The Earle of Essex Galiard
Lachrimae or Seven Teares: The King of Denmarks Galiard
Lachrimae Pavane (Flow My Tears)
Lachrimae. Selections
Lachrymae pavan
Lady Hunsdon's Puffe
Lady, if you so spite me
Lady Laiton's almain P 48a
Lady Russell's pavan P 17
Langton's Galliard
Lasso vita mia, mi fa morire
Lord hear my prayer, hark the plaint
Lord, in thy wrath reprove mee not
Lord Strang's march P 65
Lord, to thee I make my moan
Loth to depart P 69
lowest trees have tops
Lute music. Selections
Lute songs
M. Bucton his galiard
M. Giles Hobie's Galliard
M. Giles Hobies galiard Violes de gambe (5), luth
M. John Langton's pavan Violes (5), luth
Me, me and none but me
Melancholy galliard P 25
mia Barbara Luth P 95
Mignarda (Henry Noel's Galliard)
Mignarda P 34
Monsieur's almain
Most High and Mightie Christianus the fourth King of Denmarke, his Galliard, The
most high and mighty Christianus the fourth, King of Denmark, his galliard Luth P 40
most sacred Queen Elizabeth, her galliard P 41
Mounsieur's almaine P deest
Mourne, mourne, day is with darknesse fled
Mr. Dowland's midnight P 99
Mr George Whitehead his almand
Mr. Henry Noel his galiard Violes (5), luth
Mr. John Langton's pavan
Mr. Knight's galliard P 36
Mr. Langton's galliard P 33
Mr. Nicholas Gryffith his galiard
Mr. Thomas Collier his galiard
Mrs. Brigide Fleetwood's pavan P 11
Mrs. Clifton's almain P 53
Mrs. Nichols' almain Luth P 52
Mrs Nichols almand Violes (5), luth
Mrs. Norrish's delight P 77
Mrs. Vaux galliard P 32
Mrs. Vaux's jig P 57
Mrs. White's nothing
Mrs. White's thing P 50
Mrs. Winter's jump P 55
Musique pour luth
must complaine, yet do enjoy D 78, I
Muzyka lutniowa (wybór)
My heart and tongue were twins F IV 56
My Lady Hunsdons allmande
My Lord Chamberlain, his galliard P 37
My Lord Willoughby's welcome home Luth P 66
My Lord Willoughby's welcome home Luths (2) P 66a
My soul praise the Lord
My thoughts are winged with hopes
Now cease my wandring eyes
Now, o now I needs must part Voix (4)
Now, oh now I needs must part
O God of power omnipotent
O Lord consider my distresse
O Lord of whom I do depend
O Lord, turn not away thy face
O sweet woods, the delight of solitariness F II 28
O what hath overwrought my all amazed thought
Orlando sleepeth P 61
Paduan
Pavan Lachrimae Luth P 15
Pavan (P16)
Pavan (P18)
Pavana Dowlandi Angli
Pavanes Luth P 16
Pavanes Luth P 18
Pavanes Luth P 94
Pavanes Luth P deest
Pavanes Violes de gambe (5) Do majeur
Pavans, harpsichord, viols (4), C major
Pilgrimes solace. Cease these false sports
Pilgrimes solace. Disdaine me still, that I may ever love
Pilgrimes solace. Love, those beams that breed
Pilgrimes solace. Selections
Pilgrimes solace. Shall I strive with words to move?
Pilgrimes solace. Stay, time, a while thy passing
Pilgrimes solace. To aske for all thy love
Pilgrimes solace. Welcome blacke night
Pilgrimes solace. Were every thought an eye
Pilgrimes solace. When David's life
Pilgrimes solace. When the poore criple
Piper's galliard
Piper's pavan P 8
Prelude, lute, P. 98, G minor
Préludes Luth P 98
Put mee not to rebuke, O Lord
Queen's galliard P 97
Queene Elizabeth, her Galliard, P. 41
Resolution P 13
Rest awhile, you cruell cares
right honourable Ferdinando, Earl of Derby, his galliard P 44a
right honourable Robert, Earl of Essex, his galliard Luth P 42a
right honourable the Lady Clifton's spirit P 45
right honourable the Lady Rich, her galliard P 43a
right honourable the Lord Viscount Lisle, his galliard P 38
Robin P 70
Round battle galliard Luth P 39
Rounde battell galyarde
Saw My Lady Weep, I
saw my lady weepe, I
Say Love If Ever Thou Did'st Find
Say love if ever thou didst find
Second Book of Songs: Song for 2 Voices and Lute "Flow my Tears, Fall From Your Springs"
Second Booke of Songes, No. 2: Flow, my teares
Second Booke of Songs or Ayres, No. 10: "O sweet woods"
Semper Dowland semper dolens, lute
Semper Dowland semper dolens Luth P 9
Semper Dowland semper dolens Violes de gambe (5), luth
Shall I strive with wordes to move
Shall I Strive With Words to Move?
Shall I Sue, Shall I Seek for Grace?
Shall I sue, shall I seeke for grace ?
shame at mine unworthiness, I
shepherd in a shade his plaining made
shoemaker's wife P 58
Sir Henry Guilforde his almaine
Sir Henry Umpton's Funeral
Sir Henry Umptons funerall
Sir John Langton's pavan Luth P 14a
Sir John Smith, his almain P 47
Sir John Souch his galiard Violes de gambe (5), luth
Sir John Souch's galliard Luth P 26
Sir Robert Sidney His Galliard
Sleepe wayward thoughts
Solus cum sola P 10
Songs, lute accompaniment. Selections
Songs or ayres, 1st-3rd book
Songs or ayres, 1st book. All ye whom love or fortune hath betraide
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Awake sweet love, thou art returnd
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Away with these self-loving lads
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Away with these selfe loving lads
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Burst forth my teares
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Can she excuse my wrongs
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Now, O now I needs must part
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Selections
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Thinkst thou then by thy fayning
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Unquiet thoughts
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Who ever thinks or hopes of love for love
Songs or ayres, 1st book. Would my conceit that first enforst my woe
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Come ye heavy states of night
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Faction, that ever dwells in court
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. If fluds of teares could clense my follies past
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Praise blindnesse eies, for seeing is deceit
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Selections
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Time's eldest son, Old Age
Songs or ayres, 2nd book. Tosse not my soule
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. Behold a wonder here
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. By a fountain where I lay
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. Come when I cal, or tarie til I come
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. Fie on this feigning
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. It was a time when silly bees
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. Lend your ears to my sorrow, good people
Songs or ayres, 3rd book. Selections
Songs or ayres, bok 1. Who ever thinks or hopes of love
Songs or ayres, bok 2
Songs or ayres, bok 3
Songs or ayres. Ks. 1-3 (wybór)
Songs or Ayres, libro 1º
Songs or Ayres, libro 2º
Songs or Ayres, libro 3º
Sorrow, come
Sorrow sorrow stay, lend true repentant teares
Stay time a while thy flying
Stay Time Awhile Thy Flying
Suzanna galliard P 91
Sweet stay a while, why will you rise ?
Tarleton's jig Luth P 81
Tarleton's riserrectione P 59
Tell me, true Love
Think'st Thou Then by Thy Feigning?
Thou mightie God
Time's eldest son
Time stands still
Up merry mates Voix (4)
Vocal music. Selections (Metronome)
Volta, violins (4), continuo
Walsingham P 67
Weepe you no more, sad fountaines
Were every thought an eye G 145
What if a day Luth P 79
What if I never speede
When Phoebus first did Daphne love
Where sinne sore wounding D 108
White as lilies
Who ever thinks or hopes of love for love Chant, luth
Wilt thou unkind thus reave me of my hart
Wofull heart with griefe opressed
Works. Selections
Contributed to or performed: 
Ayres & Lute-Lessons (Deller Consort feat. conductor: Mark Deller)
Collected Works 8
Complete Lute Works, Volume 1 (Paul O'Dette)
Complete Lute Works, Volume 2 (Paul O'Dette)
Complete Lute Works, Volume 3 (Paul O'Dette)
Complete Lute Works, Volume 4 (Paul O'Dette)
Complete Lute Works, Volume 5 (Paul O'Dette)
Complete Music for Solo Lute (Jakob Lindberg)
Consort Music and Songs (Rose Consort of Viols feat. mezzo-soprano: Catherine King, lute: Jacob Heringman)
Dowland's Tears: Lute Music, Volume 2 (feat. lute: Nigel North)
Fairest Isle
Fancyes, Dreams and Spirits: Lute Music, Volume 1 (Lute: Nigel North)
First Booke of Songes (The Consort of Musicke feat. director: Anthony Rooley)
Flow My Tears and Other Lute Songs (feat. counter-tenor: Steven Rickards, lute: Dorothy Linell)
Honey From the Hive (Emma Kirkby & Anthony Rooley)
In Darkness Let Me Dwell
In darkness let me dwell "The seven shades of melancholy"
Julian Bream Edition (disc 3: Dances of Dowland)
Lachrimæ (The Dowland Consort feat. conductor: Jakob Lindberg)
Lachrimae 1604 (The Consort of Musicke, feat. conductor: Anthony Rooley)
Lachrimae or Seaven Teares (The Parley of Instruments)
Lachrimæ or Seven Teares
Love Songs in Shakespeare's Time (Anthology of Renaissance & Medieval Music, disc 2)
Lute Music
Lute Music of John Dowland (feat. lute: Ronn McFarlane)
Lute Songs
Lute Songs, Lute Solos (Alfred Deller feat. lute: Robert Spencer)
Lute Songs, Lute Solos (Alfred Deller feat. lute: Robert Spencer) (disc 2)
Lvte Lessons (Nigel North)
Musicke for the Lute
Nymphidia: The Court of Faerie
Pavans, Galliards and Almains: Lute Music, Volume 3 (Nigel North)
Queen's Galliard: Lute Music, Volume 4 (Nigel North), The
Seaven Teares: Music of John Dowland (feat. The King's Noyse)
Selected Lute Music - Jakob Lindberg
Semper Dowland Semper Dolens (Jose Moreno & Eligio Quinteiro) (disc 1)
Semper Dowland Semper Dolens (Jose Moreno & Eligio Quinteiro) (disc 2)
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