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First Booke of Songes and Ayres' (1600) Rob Jones
Song from Robert Jones 1st booke - I am the first person to record and post some of these songs.
Release date: May 2018
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A Woman's Looks (Jones 1600 i
This is maybe the only recording of this you will find. This is the 1st song in the 1st Booke of Robert Jones and but for this recording I don't know of any other recording of this song.
Lossless, MP3 (320 kbps)
3:08
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Farewell Dear Heart (Verse 4 & 5 Jones 1600 XII
This is one of the most famous songs of the Shakespearean age. Shakespeare included the song in his 'Twelfth Night'.
MP3 (160 kbps)
3:15
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Lead by a strong desire (Iones 1600
Arye #5 from Robert Jones First Booke of Songs 1600. It is just me singing along with a midi file & adding guitar.
MP3 (128 kbps)
2:13
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She whose match (Iones 1600 III
This is just a midi file with effects of a song by Robert Jones that that was published in 1600. It was all programed by P. T. Connolly.
MP3 (128 kbps)
2:28
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O My Poor Eyes (Jones 1600 xiii Tk3
I feel that this is one of Robert Jones' worst songs. Thus I, as the Robert Jones biographer, may be the only one to record and post this song; as it is part of my study.
MP3 (160 kbps)
1:38
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Hero Care Not Though (Iones 1600 VIII
This is from an old midi file that I digitized to my computer in April, 2003. Two versions were spliced together and effects added this August 2011. The song is to repeat 5 times for the 5 stanzas and each time I have added a different effect.
MP3 (128 kbps)
3:28
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My Mistress Sings No Oth/Marston's Dutch Courtesan
In John Marston's The Dutch Courtesan the part of Franceschina would be played by a man who played the lute. The challenge for me is to be a man playing a woman doing a 400 year old Englishman's idea of a of a 400 year old Dutch accent.
MP3 (160 kbps)
1:38
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My Mistress Sings No Other Song (Jones 1600 xix
I would that this song was more politically correct (and I have thus put off posting it for many years) but it was perhaps the 2nd most popular song for Jones in his time.
MP3 (160 kbps)
4:00
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