Henry Purcell
(1659 - 1695)

Purcell : Lost is my quiet for ever : illustration

Lost is my quiet for ever
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One of Purcell's two-part songs (Z502) arranged by a fellow Gentleman of the Chapel Royal of a later generation for use in the glee club repertoire.
Lyrics: Anon

Lost is my quiet for ever,
Lost is life's happiest part;
All my tender endeavours
To touch an insensible heart.
But tho' my despair is past curing
And much undeserv'd is my fate,
I'll show by a patient enduring
My love is unmov'd as her hate.