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VIII. When others sings Venite exaltemus,

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VIII. When others sings Venite exaltemus, Third part. Basso. John Dowland (From The Second Booke of songs or Ayres of 2/ 4/ amd 5/parts: with Tableture for the Lute or orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba.) When o thers sings Ve ni te ve ni te ex al te mus, stand by and turne to No li to no li e mu la ri, For qua re fre mu e runt use o re mus, Vi vat E li za, Vi vat E li za, For an a ve ma ri, and teach those swains that lives a bout thy cell, to sing A men A men when thou dost pray so well. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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