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This madrigal for 4 voices Weep, O Mine Eyes was composed by John Bennet (ca. 1575-1614). It was published by him with his first collection of madrigals in 1599. It was one of his most popular madrigals, as well as one of the most internationally famous songs of the period. It is apparently based on John Dowland's "Flow, my Teares".

Weep o mine eyes, and cease not,
Alas, these your springtides, methinks, increase not.
O when, begin you to swell so high that I may drown me in you?
Category: Song Choir Featuring ChoirVoices Renaissance Period
Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   A Minor Play MP3 using player below.

1    Tenor part - Weep O Mine Eyes
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