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Come, Heavy Sleep

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  1. Fenrishakar
    Come Heavy Sleep, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. likes. Come Heavy Sleep is an original Melbourne duo of cello/voice and dobro/voice.
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  2. Akiramar
    Sleep, wayward thoughts • All ye, whom love or fortune hath betray'd • Wilt thou unkind thus reave me • Would my conceit that first enforc'd my woe • Come Again, Sweet Love doth Now Invite • His golden locks time hath to silver turn'd • Awake, sweet love, thou art return'd • Come, heavy sleep •
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  3. Aralar
    "Come, heavy sleep" as written by Tony Bauer, George Arthur Kentros, Mikael Carl Marin, Mats Ove Anders Olofsson, Peter Olofsson and John Dowland.
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  4. Meztirn
    He is best known today for his melancholy songs such as "Come, heavy sleep", " Come again ", " Flow my tears ", " I saw my Lady weepe " and " In darkness let me dwell ", but his instrumental music has undergone a major revival, and with the 20th century's early music revival, has been a continuing source of repertoire for lutenists and classical guitarists.
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  5. Goltigis
    Come, heavy sleep, the image of true death And close up these my weary weeping eyes Whose spring of tears doth stop my vital breath And tears, my heart with sorrows, sigh, swollen cries.
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  6. Nishicage
    Jan 05,  · Come, heavy Sleep the image of true Death; And close up these my weary weeping eyes: Whose spring of tears doth stop my vital breath, And tears my heart with Sorrow's sigh-swoll'n cries: Come and possess my tired thought-worn soul, That living dies, till thou on me be stole. Come shadow of my end, and shape of rest.
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  7. Zologore
    Come, heavy Sleep, the image of true Death, And close up these my weary weeping eyes, Whose spring of tears doth stop my vital breath, And tears my heart with Sorrow's sigh-swoll'n cries. Come and possess my tired through-worn soul, That living dies till thou on me be stole.
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  8. Maushicage
    EK plays the lute with a fire and passion that stirs the heart. His wonderful approach and visceral style are on display here on BRITTEN - BACH, COME, HEAVY SLEEP. The Britten Nocturnal After John Dowland is marvelous in its tonal complexity. The Bach Partita II selections are gorgeous on lute/5(7).
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