Thomas Brewer
(1611 - c.1665)

Turn Amarillis
(T.T.T.B. + reduction)
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This arrangement was published in "a supplement.... .of some favourite pieces composed by old, and approved masters (to which, he hath added parts, for the sake of enriching the harmony)" by William Hayes in 1765, and was dedicated by him to the "worthy members of the Catch-Club, or Phil-Harmonic Society, at the King's-Head Tavern in Oxford".
Lyrics: James Shirley

Turn, Amarillis, to thy swain;
Thy Damon calls thee back again.
Here is a pretty arbour by,
Where Apollo cannot spy.
Here let's sit and, whilst I play,
Sing to my pipe a roundelay.