I'm considering putting together a book of songs from Shakespeare's plays for use in performances, in hopes there will be a demand for them, since Shakespeare remains popular. If anyone reading this knows of any theatrical company, at any level from school drama classes to professional companies or anything in between, who may be interested in such songs, please let me know.
Sigh no more, ladies, from Much Ado About Nothing, is one of Shakespeare's best known lyrics. I've adapted the music for this setting for tenor, flute, and cello, from a setting for soprano duet and piano by Charles Lincoln, 1850. This setting is conventional in nature; though scored for tenor, I think it would be within the range of some baritones, or I could transpose it down a few steps.
Computer generated audio file (with choral ahs for vocal even though the vocal is supposed to be a single voice) with simultaneous lyrics display available at MuseScore Sigh no more, ladies. This link should work for anyone, but please let me know if there is any problem with it.