School of Music Program Book 1949-1950 Page: 26
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SECOND PART: SIXTEENTH CENTURY
II. a) ALLONS AU VERT BOCCAGE
"Let's away to the green wood
Under the new may,
And listen to the warbling
Of the merry nightingale. . ."
b) GO, CRYSTAL TEARS
lute, treble and tenor viols
"Go, crystal tears, like to the morning showers,
And sweetly weep into thy Lady's breast. . ."
c) ET D'OU VENEZ-VOUS, MA DAME?
"And where do you come from,
My Lady Lucette?"
'I'm come from the fields
For to play on the grass.'
And nique, nique, no.
For a tender maid am I.
If you hurt me,
I will have you lowered
Into the castle's dungeon.'
And nique, nique, no."
III. FANTASIA A TRE
Orlando di Lasso
IV. a) TURN ALL THY THOUGHTS TO EYES Thomas Campian
tenor recorder, lute, tenor viol
"Turn all thy thoughts to eyes,
Turn all thy hairs to ears, .. .
True love will yet be free,
In spite of jealousy..."
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