Or "I Saw My Lady Weep":
But he also wrote some extraordinary solos for lute--some in dance forms like "The Frog Galliard":
But his finest lute music is probably his fantasias:
They combine strict vocal counterpoint with florid figuration in the later sections and are masterpieces of instrumental music. Here is another on a descending chromatic theme:
Allowing for the differences in style, Dowland at times reminds me very much of J. S. Bach. Here is my favorite fantasia:
But Dowland wasn't the only one writing great lute fantasias. There was also the Hungarian Valentin Bakfark. Here is a sample:
Formidable and almost completely unknown...