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Original

Airs, Songs and Dialogues. Robert Johnson. Voice Solo sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Translation

Airs, Songs and Dialogues. Robert Johnson. Voice Solo sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Original

Airs, Songs and Dialogues composed by Robert Johnson. 0-. and Robert Johnson. Edited by Edmund Fellowes. For voice and piano. Songs. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd.. ST.LS12. ISBN 979-0-2202-0977-2. This volumes contains the Lute Song "Have you seen the bright lily grow. " which can be found on the latest CD by Sting. 'Songs From The Labyrinth'. Adieu, fond love. B flat- D. Arm, arm. D - G. As I walk'd forth. D - G. Ave rose sine spinis. D - A. Away delights. E - F. Care-charming sleep. C - F. Charon, oh Charon. Duet. D - D and G - E. Come away, Hecate. C - F. Come away, thou lady gay. C - A. Come heavy sleep. D - D. Come hither you that love. D - E. Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong. F - G. For every let thy heav'nly taper. F - A. From the famous Peak of Derby. E - E. Full fathom five. F sharp - F. Get you hence, for I must go. D - F. Hark. hark. the lark. F - A. Have you seen the bright lily grow. F - F. How wretched is the state. E flat - G. Oh, let us howl. C - F. Orpheus I am. C - F. Shall I like a hermit dwell. G - G. Tell me, dearest. G - F. 'Tis late and cold. D - B. Where the bee sucks. D - E. With endless tears. G - G. Woods, rocks and mountains. C - E.

Translation

Airs, Songs and Dialogues composed by Robert Johnson. 0-. and Robert Johnson. Edited by Edmund Fellowes. For voice and piano. Songs. Published by Stainer . ST.LS12. ISBN 979-0-2202-0977-2. This volumes contains the Lute Song "Have you seen the bright lily grow. " which can be found on the latest CD by Sting. 'Songs From The Labyrinth'. Adieu, fond love. B flat- D. Arm, arm. D - G. As I walk'd forth. D - G. Ave rose sine spinis. D - A. Away delights. E - F. Care-charming sleep. C - F. Charon, oh Charon. Duet. D - D and G - E. Come away, Hecate. C - F. Come away, thou lady gay. C - A. Come heavy sleep. D - D. Come hither you that love. D - E. Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong. F - G. For every let thy heav'nly taper. F - A. From the famous Peak of Derby. E - E. Full fathom five. F sharp - F. Get you hence, for I must go. D - F. Hark. hark. the lark. F - A. Have you seen the bright lily grow. F - F. How wretched is the state. E flat - G. Oh, let us howl. C - F. Orpheus I am. C - F. Shall I like a hermit dwell. G - G. Tell me, dearest. G - F. 'Tis late and cold. D - B. Where the bee sucks. D - E. With endless tears. G - G. Woods, rocks and mountains. C - E.