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Accompanied by transcription of verses, and some cookery recipes.
Known as the Braye Lutebook, after Adrian Verney-Cave, 6th Baron Braye, (1874-1952), the volume consists of a collection of lute music, by, or in the style of, John Dowland ( - ). A number of dances such as pavans, galliards, a saltcell, and the Antike, also the only contemporary source for Benedick�s song in the last act of Much Ado about Nothing.
16 x 24 cm.
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