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It was with the Fancy that Weelkes made an early experiment of adding a vocal part quite independent of the strings.
Weelkes paid a loving tribute to "his dearest friend" Morley, on the latter's death.
Of this sort are Weelkes's madrigals mentioned below, book ii.Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume II (of 3)|Thomas Percy
The verses in Weelkes song-books are never heavy or laboured; they are always bright, cheerful, and arch.
But it differs in one respect from Weelkes', for it is an "In Nomine" for strings.