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64 Songs - V (X), Coro, orch

Summary

Standardized title 64 Songs
Scoring summary V (X), Coro, orch
Title on source [f.1:] E. H. Purcell | grandson to the author of this | Book. | [f.2:] A Score Booke | Containing Several / Anthems w.|t|h Symphonies | [f.246v:] Score Booke | Anthems and Welcome songs and other songs | all by my father.
RISM ID No. 800238067

Library information

Library siglum GB-Lbl R.M.20.h.8.

Distribution

Total scoring V (X), Coro V (000), orch

Material description

Type Manuscript copy
Publishing, Printing and Production Information 1690 (1690c)
Format, extent score: 245f.
Dimensions 41 x 25,5 cm
Name Purcell, Henry (1659-1695) [Copyist] [Ascertained]

Further information

General note Ab f.85 ist der Band in umgekehrter Reihenfolge; die moderne Foliierung, die sich am oberen rechten Rand der Vorderseite befindet, taucht dann (ab "Arise my muse") am unteren linken Rand der Seite auf
At f.85 the volume is reversed, and beginning at the other end the title reads "Score booke .." (f.246v)
Auf f.3 befindet sich ein unvollständiges Inhaltsverzeichnis mit den originalen Seitenangaben
On f.3 there is an inaccurate and incomplete table of contents with original pagination
No.1-18 sind Anthems, no.4 von Dr. Blow, und no.23 von Cazzati (in Handschrift anonym überliefert)
No.1-18 are anthems, no.4 is by Dr. Blow, and no.23 by Cazzati though it is here anonymous
Vermerk über den früheren Besitzer der Handschrift: "Ed. H. Purcell grandson to the Author of this Book"
The manuscript-book was once the property of "Ed. H. Purcell grandson to the Author of this Book"
Einband stammt von circa 1770-1780 (laut NixonB 1991), mit Spuren von einem älteren Einband auf den alten Titelblättern
Binding from circa 1770-1780 (according to NixonB 1991), with traces of an earlier binding on the old title leaves
Description summary 64 anthems, welcome songs etc.

References

Bibliographic reference NixonB 1991 ,
SquireK 1927 , vol.2, p.170-172

Index terms

Name Purcell, Ed. H. [Former owner]

Related resources

External resource [digitized version] [Digitalization]

Related Titles

Items in this source 800238091 Purcell, Henry: Begin the song and strike the living lyre - Sketches; B, bc; ZimP 183
  800238086 Purcell, Henry: Arise my muse - V (4), Coro, orch; ZimP 320
  800238115 Purcell, Henry: From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war - V (4), Coro, orch; ZimP 325
  800238087 Purcell, Henry: Of old when heroes thought it base - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 333
  800238089 Purcell, Henry: Celestial music did the gods inspire - V (4), Coro, orch; ZimP 322
  800238126 Purcell, Henry: Hark how the wild musicians sing - V (2), Coro maschile, orch; ZimP 542
  800238108 Purcell, Henry: Soft notes and gently raised accent - S, Coro, fl (2), bc; ZimP 510
  800238112 Purcell, Henry: Fly bold rebellion - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 324
  800238092 Purcell, Henry: Sound the trumpet beat the drum - V (6), Coro, strings; ZimP 335
  800238129 Purcell, Henry: The summer's absence unconcerned we bear - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 337
  800238131 Purcell, Henry: Swifter Isis swifter flow - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 336
  800238130 Purcell, Henry: What shall be done in behalf of the man - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 341
  800238105 Purcell, Henry: From those serene and rapturous joys - A, strings, bc; ZimP 326
  800238097 Purcell, Henry: Why are all the muses mute - V (6), Coro, strings; ZimP 343
  800238095 Purcell, Henry: Ye tuneful muses raise your heads - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 344
  800238076 Purcell, Henry: Praise the Lord O my soul - V (6), Coro, strings; ZimP 47
  800238085 Purcell, Henry: Praise the Lord O my soul - V (2), Coro, orch; ZimP 48
  800238088 Purcell, Henry: Now does the glorious day appear - V (5), Coro, orch; ZimP 332
  800238084 Purcell, Henry: Praise the Lord O Jerusalem - V (5), Coro, strings; ZimP 46
  800238077 Purcell, Henry: Rejoice in the Lord always - V (3), Coro, strings; ZimP 49
  800238116 Purcell, Henry: See where she sits - V (2), strings, bc; ZimP 508
  800238080 Purcell, Henry: I will give thanks unto thee O Lord - V (5), Coro (2), strings; ZimP 20
  800238075 Purcell, Henry: My heart is fixed O God - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 29
  800238104 Purcell, Henry: Cease anxious world your fruitless pain - S, b; ZimP 362
  800238099 Purcell, Henry: In some kind dream - V (2), bc; ZimP 497
  800238082 Purcell, Henry: My heart is inditing - V (8), Coro, strings; ZimP 30
  800238072 Purcell, Henry: In thee O Lord do I put my trust - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 16
  800238070 Purcell, Henry: Awake put on thy strength O Zion - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 1
  800238118 Purcell, Henry: Let the night perish - S, Coro, bc; ZimP 191
  800238120 Purcell, Henry: No to what purpose should I speak - S, Coro, bc; ZimP 468
  800238121 Purcell, Henry: Underneath this myrtle shade - V (2), Coro, bc; ZimP 516
  800238113 Purcell, Henry: With thick and famished eyes - S, bc; ZimP 200
  800238090 Cazzati, Maurizio: Angelus et Anima - V (2), b; BufC p.25
  800238071 Blow, John: O pray for ye peace of Jerusalem - S, Coro, orch
  800238093 Purcell, Henry: This poet sings the Trojan wars - B, bc; ZimP 423
  800238102 Purcell, Henry: O solitude my sweetest choice - S, b; ZimP 406
  800238068 Purcell, Henry: It is a good thing to give thanks - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 18
  800238069 Purcell, Henry: O praise God in his holiness - V (4), Coro, orch; ZimP 42
  800238073 Purcell, Henry: The Lord is my light - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 55
  800238074 Purcell, Henry: I was glad when they said unto me - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 19
  800238078 Purcell, Henry: Why do the heathen so furiously rage - V (3), Coro, strings; ZimP 65
  800238079 Purcell, Henry: Unto thee will I cry o Lord - V (3), Coro, strings; ZimP 63
  800238081 Purcell, Henry: They that go down to the sea in ships - V (2), Coro, orch; ZimP 57
  800238083 Purcell, Henry: O sing unto the Lord - V (5), Coro, strings; ZimP 44
  800238094 Purcell, Henry: If ever I more riches did desire - V (4), Coro, orch; ZimP 544
  800238096 Purcell, Henry: Here's to ye Dick - V (2), bc; ZimP 493
  800238098 Purcell, Henry: Awake and with attention hear - B, b; ZimP 181
  800238100 Purcell, Henry: If pray'rs and tears - S, bc; ZimP 380
  800238101 Purcell, Henry: When Teucer from his father fled - V (2), bc; ZimP 522
  800238103 Purcell, Henry: They say you're angry - S, b; ZimP 422
  800238106 Purcell, Henry: Go tell Amynta gentle swain - V (2), bc; ZimP 469
  800238107 Purcell, Henry: Sylvia thou brighter eye of night - V (2), bc; ZimP 511
  800238109 Purcell, Henry: Though my mistress be fair - V (2), b; ZimP 514
  800238110 Purcell, Henry: O what a scene does entertain my sight - S, Coro, orch; ZimP 506
  800238111 Purcell, Henry: Laudate Caeciliam - V (3), Coro, orch; ZimP 329
  800238114 Purcell, Henry: In a deep vision's intellectual scene - V (3), Coro, bc; ZimP 545
  800238117 Purcell, Henry: Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams - S, bc; ZimP 355
  800238119 Purcell, Henry: Draw near you lovers - S, Coro, bc; ZimP 462
  800238122 Purcell, Henry: Haste gentle Charon - B (2), Coro maschile, bc; ZimP 490
  800238123 Purcell, Henry: While you for me alone had charms - V (2), Coro, bc; ZimP 524
  800238124 Purcell, Henry: Above the tumults of a busy state - V (2), bc; ZimP 480
  800238125 Purcell, Henry: Hark Damon hark - V (2), Coro, orch; ZimP 541
  800238127 Purcell, Henry: We reap all the pleasures - Coro, fl (2), bc; ZimP 547
  800238128 Purcell, Henry: How pleasant is this flow'ry plain - T, Coro, orch; ZimP 543