Dowland


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Dowland

(ˈdaʊlənd)
n
(Biography) John. ?1563–1626, English lutenist and composer of songs and lute music

Dow•land

(ˈdaʊ lənd)
n.
John, 1563–1626, English lutenist and composer.
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Businessman James Dowland arrives in the late 19th century town of Candleford and soon turns heads in the second series of the BBC drama.
The form of his close second to Dowland in late April has worked out well - five subsequent wins from runners in that race, including an A1.
Scarborough Fair is examined using the methodology introduced, as well as a 1597 ayre by John Dowland, a broadside ballad from 1811, and a contemporary song by Asian Dub Foundation.
Next Friday, September 10, at 7pm they will be at Newcastle's Lit & Phil Society in Westgate Road to present a showcase of early music ranging from folk songs and ballads such as The Ash Grove and Waters of the Tyne through to lute songs by Dowland and Purcell masterpieces such as Dido's Lament from Dido and Aeneas.
Moreover, she held together what looked a hugely odd programme: Bach and Dowland pitched against Piazzolla and music from the Deep South of the USA.
CLASSICAL GUITARIST Peter Thomas will play lute music by Franesco da Milano, John Dowland and Silvius Leopold Weiss in a solo recital at 7:30 p.
With an astounding thirteen weeks and counting as Billboard's #1 Traditional Classical album, the record, called "vivid and romantic" by the Wall Street Journal, has resonated with Sting and Dowland aficionados alike.
Dorcas battles with James Dowland for a place on the parish council, and Alf relies on Twister's help wooing Laura.
Emma Kirkby at St Donats Arts Centre, Llantwit Major, today Soprano Emma Kirkby and flute-player Anthony Rooley promise a beautiful, champagne-fizzed summer evening of songs, airs and dances from the Elizabethan Royal Court by John Dowland.
These magnificent exponents showed Dowland to be passionately expressive, a dramatic word-setter using constantly changing rhythms and astonishing chromaticism and dissonance.
Don Wing looks upon Wasaya Dowland Contracting as having a transformational effect in giving Aboriginal people the skills and confidence to tackle a looming labour shortage in the North.
Junior school head Colin Dowland branded "madness" plans by his local town hall, Barnet in North London, to get rid of 11 crossing patrol positions.