Dowland's Third Booke of Songs (1603): Voice & Lute in Washington Heights
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Dowland's Third Booke of Songs (1603): Voice & Lute in Washington Heights

Washington Heights

Fri, May 24 6:30 PM, EDT

Reserve a spot $5 to reserve, $25+ at event
25 of 25 spots still available
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair Accessible
Kid-friendly event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Lizzie W. Superhost

Please join Daniel Keene (lute) and Drew Iverson (tenor) for an evening of candle-lit song.

Guest arrival begins at 6:30 pm with music to begin promptly at 7:30pm. Please note we will be taking our shoes off when entering the apartment.

I'll provide light snacks. Please feel free to bring a bottle of something nice to share.

What's the music?

Selections from John Dowland's Third and Last Booke of Songs (1603)

Behold a wonder here
Me, me, and none but me
Say love, if ever thou didst find
Flow not so fast, ye fountains
What if I never speed?
Lend your ears to my sorrow
By a fountain where I lay
O what Hath overwrought?
Weep you no more, sad fountains
Fie on this feigning
What poor astronomers are they

Solos for the lute:
Fantasie P1a
A Fancy P5
A Fancy P6

***program order to be announced soon!

Where does this music come from?

English Renaissance / Baroque


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