When lo, by break of morning (Thomas Morley)

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General Information

Title: When lo, by break of morning
Composer: Thomas Morley

Number of voices: 2vv   Voicings: SS or TT
Genre: SecularMadrigal

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1595 in Canzonets to Two Voices, no. 2

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Original text and translations

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When lo, by break of morning,
My love, herself adorning,
Doth walk the woods so dainty
Gath'ring sweet violets and cowslips plenty,
The birds, enamour'd, sing and praise my Flora:
Lo, here a new Aurora.