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198 Pieces

Summary

Standardized title 198 Pieces
Title on source [without title]
RISM ID number 800268373

Library information

Library siglum GB-Lbl Add. 29996

Material description

Type Manuscript copy
Format, extent score: 222f.
Dimensions 27 x 19 cm

Further information

General note Provenienz laut Hughes-HughesB 1906 (vol.3, p.80): In einer frühen Periode gehörte die Handschrift George Moult (f.6r); große Hinzufügungen zu ihr wurden 1647 (etc.) von Thomas Tomkins, Organist von Worcester (siehe f.2r, 217v), und anderen gemacht;in 19.sc gehörte sie Robert Smith (Bucheignerzeichen von "Robert Smith" mit Helm - zweifellos der Weinhändler von St. Paul's Kirchhof, der auf f.222v erwähnt ist), T. Jones (vor 1826 - siehe Beginn), Joseph Warren (Unterschrift "Joseph Warren | 1847") und J. Bishop
Provenance according to Hughes-HughesB 1906 (vol.3, p.80): At an early period the manuscript was owned by George Moult (f.6r); large additions were made to it in 1647 (etc.) by Thomas Tomkins, organist of Worcester (see f.2r, 217v) and others; in 19.sc it belonged to Robert Smith (bookplate of "Robert Smith" with crest - doubtless the wine-merchant of St. Paul's Church Yard mentioned on f.222v), T. Jones (before 1826 - see beginning), Joseph Warren (signature "Joseph Warren | 1847") and J. Bishop
Provenienz 17.sc (laut Internet): "George Thomas Woodson" (siehe f.184v)
Provenance 17.sc (according to internet): "George Thomas Woodson" (see f.184v)
Laut Joseph Warren, in dessen Besitz die Handschrift 1847 war, ist der Schreiber von f.6-45 John Redford, Leiter des Knabenchors von St. Paul, und einige von Birds Kompositionen sind autograph; das letzte Stück von Tho. Tomkins (f.217v) ist auf 1647datiert
According to Joseph Warren, who owned the manuscript in 1847, f.6-45 are in the hand of John Redford, Master of the Boys of St. Paul's, and some of Bird's compositions are autograph; the last piece by Tho. Tomkins (f.217v) is dated 1647
Auf f.6r-69r und f.158r-178v laut Hughes-HughesB 1906: 91 Kompositionen für Orgel oder Virginal (16.sc), die auf zwei 5-, 6-, 7- oder 8-linigen Notensystemen geschrieben sind (die meisten Stücke sind über einen Gregorianischen Gesang komponiert)
On f.6r-69r and f.158r-178v according to Hughes-HughesB 1906: 91 compositions for organ or virginal (16.sc) written on two staves of 5, 6, 7 or 8 lines (most of them are composed on plainsongs)
Laut Hughes-HughesB 1906 (vol.3, p.81, no.72-91) sind die Orgelsoli f.158r-178v "uppon the faburden of these playnesongs." geschrieben
According to Hughes-HughesB 1906 (vol.3, p.81, no.72-91) the organ solos f.158r-178v are written "uppon the faburden of these playnesongs."
Schreiber der Orgelkompositionen laut Hughes-HughesB 1906: no.1-50 (f.6r-43r) scheinen vom Schreiber John Redford zu sein, der wahrscheinlich der Komponist der anonymen Stücke ist; die Notenschrift von no.51-69 (f.45v-66r) ähnelt laut Joseph Warren der von Tallis, aber es ist eher wahrscheinlich, daß Thomas Preston (Komponist der meisten, wenn nicht von allen Stücken dieser Kompositionsgruppe) der Schreiber ist; no.72-91 (f.158r-178v) von einem dritten Schreiber
Writer of the organ compositions according to Hughes-HughesB 1906: no.1-50 (f.6r-43r) appear to be in the hand of John Redford, who is probably the author of the anonymous pieces; no.51-69 (f.45v-66r) in a hand said by Joseph Warren to resemble thatof Tallis, but more probably that of Thomas Preston, the composer of most, if not at all, of the pieces in this set; no.72-91 (f.158r-178v) in a third hand
Auf f.69v-121r, 122r-153r, 179v-196r, 200v-202v, 206v-219r laut Hughes-HughesB 1906: 102 Kompositionen (1647) ursprünglich für Streicher- oder Vokalstimmen geschrieben, aber hier wahrscheinlich (siehe f.110v) für das Spiel auf der Orgel oder dem Virginal bestimmt; wenn nicht anders angegeben, sind diese Kompositionen auf vier je 5-linigen Notensystemen sowie wahrscheinlich von Thomas Tomkins, von dem die durchgängigen kritischen Bemerkungen stammen, geschrieben worden
On f.69v-121r, 122r-153r, 179v-196r, 200v-202v, 206v-219r according to Hughes-HughesB 1906: 102 compositions (1647) written originally for strings or voices, but probably here (see f.110v) to be played on the organ or virginal; unless the contrary isstated, they are on four staves of 5 lines each, and apparently in the hand of Thomas Tomkins, who is responsible for the critical notes throughout
Auf f.72v-110v: 20 Fantasien von Alfonso Ferrabosco (Kopftitel zu Beginn "4 pts Fancyes to the Vyolls" und Komponisten-Vorname "Alfonso [Ferrabosco jun.]"
On f.72v-110v: 20 fantasies by Alfonso Ferrabosco (caption title at the beginning "4 pts Fancyes to the Vyolls" and Christian name of composer "Alfonso [Ferrabosco jun.]"
Auf f.110v-121r: 9 Stücke für Orgel von Byrd (laut Hughes-HughesB 1906 aus Byrds "Songs of sundrie natures", 1859) mit einer Anmerkung zu Beginn ("These following are all w|t|hin | the Compars. of the Hand | & so mo[re] fitt to | be played with ease"und einer am Ende (f.121r "The End of | W W Birds | 4 voyces")
On f.110v-121r: 9 pieces for organ by Byrd (according to Hughes-HughesB 1906 from Byrds "Songs of sundrie natures", 1859) with an annotation at the beginning ("These following are all w|t|hin | the Compars. of the Hand | & so mo[re] fitt to | be played with ease" and one at the end (f.121r "The End of | W W Birds | 4 voyces")
Auf f.122r-137v: 19 Stücke für Orgel von Morley (laut Hughes-HughesB 1906 aus "Madrigalls to foure Voyces", von Morley 1594 veröffentlicht) mit einer Anmerkung am Schluß (f.137v "Heere End M|r Morleyes. 4 p[ar]ts"); Textincipit manchmal als Kopftitel, manchmal unter die Noten als Textunterlegung geschrieben; laut Hughes-HughesB 1906 stehen einige der Stücke in komprimierter Partitur auf zwei 5-, 6- oder 7-linigen Notensystemen
On f.122r-137v: 19 pieces for organ by Morley (according to Hughes-HughesB 1906 from "Madrigalls to foure Voyces", published by Morley in 1594) with an annotation at the end (f.137v "Heere End M|r Morleyes. 4 p[ar]ts"); incipit of text written sometimes as head title, sometimes beneath musical notes as underlay; according to Hughes-HughesB 1906 a few of them are in compressed score on two staves of 5, 6 or 7 line
Description summary 193 pieces for organ or virginal (91 composed on plainsongs, 102 originally for strings or voices), 2 sacred songs, 2 pieces for keyb 4hands, 1 ground

References

Bibliographic reference Hughes-HughesB 1906 , vol.1: p.114; vol.2: p.154, 452; vol.3: p.80-81, 85-86, 151, 226

Index terms

Name Woodson, George Thomas [Former owner]
Moult, George [Former owner]
Smith, Robert [Former owner]
Jones, T. [Former owner]
Warren, Joseph [Former owner]

Related Titles

Items in this source 800268446 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268447 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268448 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268449 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268450 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268451 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268452 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268453 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268454 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268455 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268456 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268457 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268458 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268459 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268460 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268461 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268462 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268463 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268464 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268465 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Fantasies - vla da gamba (4)
  800268475 Anonymus: O all ye nations of the world - V (4)
  800268494 Bevin, Elway: Remember - V (X)
  800268571 Gibbons, Orlando: Pavans - org; BroB 1751
  800268487 Morley, Thomas: Come lovers follow me and leave this weeping - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268493 Morley, Thomas: Hark jolly shepherds - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268495 Morley, Thomas: Ho who comes here all along with bagpiping and ... - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268480 Morley, Thomas: Help I fall lady my hope lo doth betray me - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268476 Morley, Thomas: April is in my mistress' face - Arr; org; BroB 1963
  800268498 Farmer, John: You'll never leave still tossing to and fro - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268444 Byrd, William: In nomine - org; BroB 1414
  800268445 Byrd, William: Fantasies - keyb; BroB 1361
  800268389 Redford, John: Salvator mundi Domine - org; BroB 947a
  800268388 Redford, John: Salvator mundi Domine - org; BroB 946a
  800268393 Redford, John: Aeterne rerum conditor - org; BroB 2059a
  800268391 Redford, John: Christe qui lux es - org; BroB 2067a
  800268395 Redford, John: Conditor alme siderum - org; BroB 2070a
  800268399 Redford, John: Deus creator omnium - org; BroB 2071a
  800268397 Redford, John: Iste confessor - org; BroB 663a
  800268394 Redford, John: Lucis creator optime - org; BroB 709
  800268392 Redford, John: Primo dierum omnium - org; BroB 2107
  800268390 Redford, John: Te lucis ante terminum - org; BroB 1013a
  800268398 Redford, John: Veni redemptor gentium - org; BroB 2115a
  800268396 Redford, John: Verbum supernum prodiens - org; BroB 2117a
  800268402 Anonymus: Corus nove Jerusalem - org; BroB 2066
  800268401 Redford, John: A solis ortus cardine - org; BroB 2064
  800268403 Redford, John: Aeterne rerum conditor - org; BroB 2059d
  800268400 Redford, John: Christe redemptor omnium - org; BroB 2069
  800268404 Redford, John: Glorificamus - org; BroB 601
  800268405 Redford, John: Glorificamus - org; BroB 602
  800268406 Redford, John: Lucem tuam - org; BroB 2083
  800268408 Redford, John: Te Deum - org; BroB 2112a
  800268407 Wynslate, Richard: Lucem tuam - org; BroB 2379
  800268409 Avery: Te Deum - org; BroB 1331a
  800268412 Anonymus: Gloria - org; BroB 1095b
  800268411 Rhys, Philip ap: Deus creator omnium - org; BroB 1095a
  800268413 Rice, P.: Offertories - org; BroB 1095c
  800268414 Rhys, Philip ap: Sanctus - org; BroB 1095d
  800268415 Redford, John: Precatus est Moyses - org; BroB 2105
  800268416 Redford, John: Justus ut palma - org; BroB 2081
  800268417 Thorne, John: Exsultabunt sancti - org; BroB 2226
  800268418 Preston, Thomas: Reges Tharsis - org; BroB 2048
  800268419 Coxsun, Robert: Laetamini in Domino - org; BroB 1563
  800268410 Anonymus: Tunes - org; BroB 715a
  800268420 Redford, John: Felix namque - org; BroB 2076
  800268421 Rhys, Philip ap: Felix namque - org; BroB 1093
  800268422 Redford, John: Felix namque - org; BroB 2075
  800268423 Coxsun, Robert: Veritas mea - org; BroB 1564
  800268424 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2039
  800268425 Anonymus: Upon la mi re - org; BroB 1043
  800268427 Anonymus: Benedicta - org; BroB 2036
  800268429 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2041
  800268426 Anonymus: ?Diffusa est gratia? - org; BroB 2038
  800268428 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2040
  800268430 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2042
  800268431 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2043
  800268432 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2044
  800268433 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2045
  800268434 Anonymus: Felix namque - org; BroB 2046
  800268435 Anonymus: Beatus Laurentius - org; BroB 2035
  800268436 Anonymus: Confessio - org; BroB 2037
  800268437 Anonymus: Resurrexit - org; BroB 2047a
  800268438 Anonymus: ?Tu cognovisti sessionem meam? - org; BroB 2047a
  800268439 Anonymus: Resurrexit - org; BroB 2047a
  800268440 Anonymus: Haec dies quam fecit Dominus - org; BroB 2047b
  800268441 Anonymus: Alleluia pascha nostrum - org; BroB 2047c
  800268442 Anonymus: Fulgens - org; BroB 2047d
  800268443 Parsons, Robert: In nomine - org; BroB 1990
  800268467 Byrd, William: Boy pitty me - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268466 Byrd, William: Is love a boy - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268468 Byrd, William: Wounded I am - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268469 Byrd, William: Yet of us twayne - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268474 Byrd, William: Cast off all doubtfull care - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268470 Byrd, William: From Citheron the warlike boy is fled? - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268472 Byrd, William: If love be just - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268473 Byrd, William: Rejoice with heart and voice - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268471 Byrd, William: These careless thoughts - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268478 Morley, Thomas: Clorinda false adieu thy love torments me - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268479 Morley, Thomas: Why sit I here alas complaining - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268485 Morley, Thomas: Die now my heart from thy delight - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268489 Morley, Thomas: I will no more come to thee - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268482 Morley, Thomas: In every place fierce love - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268481 Morley, Thomas: Lady why grieve you still me - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268488 Morley, Thomas: No thou dost but flout me - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268483 Morley, Thomas: Now is the gentle season freshly flowing - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268486 Morley, Thomas: Say gentle nymphs that tread these - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268484 Morley, Thomas: The fields abroad with spangled flowers - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268477 Morley, Thomas: Since my tears and lamenting false love - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268499 Farmer, John: Lady my flame still burning - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268497 Farmer, John: Now each creature joys the other - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268496 Farmer, John: You pretty flowers that smile for sommer's sake - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268490 Morley, Thomas: Beside a fountain - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268492 Morley, Thomas: O sweet alas what say you - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268491 Morley, Thomas: Sport we my lovely treasure - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268508 Farmer, John: A little pretty boy - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268507 Farmer, John: Cease now thy mourning and thy sad lamenting - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268503 Farmer, John: Compare me to the child that plays - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268509 Farmer, John: Fair Phillis I saw sitting all alone - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268502 Farmer, John: O stay sweet love - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268501 Farmer, John: Soon as the hungry lion seek his prey - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268505 Farmer, John: Sweet friend thy absence grieves my bleeding - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268500 Farmer, John: Sweet Lord your flame still burning - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268506 Farmer, John: The flattring words sharp glosses - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268504 Farmer, John: Who would have thought - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268517 Anonymus: Conditor alme siderum - org; BroB 416
  800268518 Anonymus: Verbum supernum prodiens - org; BroB 1049a
  800268516 Byrd, William: The leaves be green - Arr; i (5); BroB deest
  800268510 Farmer, John: Take time while time doth last - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268512 Tomkins, Thomas: O let me die - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268511 Tomkins, Thomas: O let me live - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268513 Tomkins, Thomas: O yes has any found - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268514 Tomkins, Thomas: Weep no more thow foolish boy - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268515 Tomkins, Thomas: Yet again - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268519 Anonymus: ?Vox clara ecce intonat? - org; BroB 1067a
  800268520 Anonymus: Veni redemptor gentium - org; BroB 1047a
  800268521 Anonymus: Salvator mundi Domine - org; BroB 948a
  800268522 Anonymus: Christe redemptor omnium - org; BroB 414
  800268523 Anonymus: A solis ortus cardine - org; BroB 369a
  800268524 Anonymus: Sancte Dei pretiose caeli - org; BroB 952a
  800268529 Anonymus: Primo dierum omnium - org; BroB 902a
  800268528 Anonymus: Deus creator omnium - org; BroB 492a
  800268525 Anonymus: Bina caelestis aulae luminaria - org; BroB 387a
  800268526 Anonymus: Bina caelestis aulae luminaria - org; BroB 388a
  800268527 Anonymus: Hostis Herodes impie - org; BroB 635a
  800268531 Anonymus: Lucis creator omnium - org; BroB 710a
  800268530 Anonymus: Aeterne rerum conditor - org; BroB 292a
  800268532 Anonymus: Ex more docti mystico - org; BroB 514a
  800268533 Anonymus: Christe qui lux es - org; BroB 412a
  800268534 Anonymus: Summi largitor - org; BroB 1006a
  800268535 Anonymus: Audi benigne - org; BroB 373a
  800268538 Byrd, William: O lux beata trinitas - Arr; org; BroB deest
  800268536 Anonymus: Ecce tempus idoneum - org; BroB 503
  800268537 Tomkins, Thomas: A Short verse - Arr; org; BroB 2300
  800268539 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378a
  800268540 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378b
  800268541 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378c
  800268542 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378d
  800268543 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378e
  800268544 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378f
  800268545 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378g
  800268546 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378h
  800268547 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378i
  800268548 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378j
  800268549 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378k
  800268550 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378l
  800268551 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378m
  800268552 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378n
  800268553 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378o
  800268554 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378p
  800268555 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378q
  800268556 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378r
  800268557 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378s
  800268558 Woodson, Thomas: Miserere - Arr; org; BroB 2378t
  800268559 Ferrabosco, Alfonso: Ut re mi fa sol la - org; MeyS 152/10
  800268569 Byrd, William: Fantasies and Galliards - org; MeyS 149/2
  800268568 Byrd, William: Fantasies - org; MeyS 149/3
  800268563 Carleton, Nicholas: Keyboard pieces - virginal 4hands; BroB 1484
  800268564 Carleton, Nicholas: Songs - Arr; org; BroB 1485
  800268565 Carleton, Nicholas: Songs - Arr; org; BroB 1483
  800268567 Tomkins, John: Variations - org; BroB 2236
  800268566 Tomkins, Thomas: Fantasies - keyb 4hands; BroB 2240
  800268570 Byrd, William: Fantasies - org; MeyS 149/1
  800268572 Tomkins, Thomas: Lord Canterbury's pavan - org; BroB 2281
  800268561 Phillips, Arthur: ?Grounds? - Arr; org; BroB 2261
  800268560 Tomkins, Thomas: Pretty ways for young beginners to look on - Excerpts; Arr; org; BroB 2288a
  800268562 Tomkins, Thomas: Pretty ways for young beginners to look on - Excerpts; Arr; org; BroB 2288k
  800268374 Kyrton: Miserere - org; BroB 1855
  800268375 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 1094
  800268376 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2087
  800268377 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2187
  800268378 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2088
  800268379 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2089
  800268380 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2090
  800268381 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2091
  800268382 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2092
  800268383 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 786
  800268384 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2093
  800268385 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2094
  800268386 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2095
  800268387 Anonymus: Miserere - org; BroB 2096