Lachrimae. 21 pieces for 5 viols and lute by Dowland pubd. 1604, of which 7 pavans are entitled Lachrimae. The other 14 are dances such as galliards. Each of the Pavans (‘sevean teares figured in sevean passionate pavans’) begins with the theme of Dowland's song Flow my tears followed by variations.
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