Flow My Tears – Viol Consort with Optional Voices

John Dowland is probably the most famous and prolific of the renaissance composers. This, his most famous work, was written in 1596. Originally for solo lute, this arrangement is for 5-part choir of viols and optional soprano and bass voices. The harmonies are rich, and contrapuntal movement is integral to this piece. Each consort part can be played on one or more size of viol, ensuring accessibility for consorts of all abilities.

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John Dowland is probably the most famous and prolific of the renaissance composers. This, his most famous work, was written in 1596. Originally for solo lute, this arrangement is for 5-part choir of viols and optional soprano and bass voices. The harmonies are rich, and contrapuntal movement is integral to this piece. Each consort part can be played on one or more size of viol, ensuring accessibility for consorts of all abilities.

Included in the purchase is the full score, a combined voices part, individual voice parts and a full set of consort parts with alternate clefs (details on cover page).

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