The Lute Songs of Thomas Campion for Voice and Guitar (Paperback)
Eleven songs by English Renaissance composer Thomas Campion, arranged for voice and classical guitar (in standard notation and tablature). Includes: Beauty Since You So Much Desire, Blame Not My Cheeks, Follow Thy Fair Sun, Follow Your Saint, Never Weather-Beaten Sail, Now Let Her Change and Spare Not, Though You Are Young, Thrice Toss These Oaken Ashes, What Harvest Half So Sweet Is, When Thou Must Home, When to Her Lute Corrina Sings. Note: These arrangements have been transposed down from the original keys, and, as such, they are most suitable for soloists with an alto or bass (8vb) range. For sopranos and tenors (8vb), guitarist uses capo to raise pitch a few steps to singer's desired key.