- Flow My Tears- Stylistic Features
- Forces: Counter-Tenor voice, lute and harpsichord.
- Lack of dynamics written
- Phrygian cadences typical of Renaissance music
- Word Painting- Happie being highest note in piece. (Renaissance typical)
- Melancholy feel important in Elizabethan England and is a main feature of Flow My Tears.
- Vocal has fairly narrow range- 9th
- Modality: bars 1-2 E suspension. Bar 2 G#-G natural false relation. Bars 12-14 the vocal solo is imitated by the lute.