Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625

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Second movement is transcribed from Dainty Fine Bird, No. 9 of Gibbons' First Set of Madrigals and Mottets [sic] of 5 Parts: Apt for Viols and Voyces, first published London, 1612. This transcription 1948. First performance New York, 11 December 1948, New York Philharmonic, Walter Hendl conductor.--Cf. Fleisher Collection.

From the description of Suite / Orlando Gibbons ; orchestration by Hershy Kay. c1948. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 51987561

English composer and organist.

From the description of Document signed, dated : [n.p.], 2 April 1618, 1618 Apr. 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270577848

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referencedIn MOTETS, madrigals, fancies, etc., annotated throughout by Thomas Tomkins, with some of his own compositions. The composers named are :--Kyrton, ff. 6, 7 b. John Redford, ff. 6 b, 11, 17, 22 b, 36, 37, 40 b, 42 b. Richard Wynslate, f. 20. -Avere [A..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn ANTHEMS and odes with English words by William Byrd, Thomas Morley, [William] Mundy, John Bull, John Cooper, otherwise Coperario, Orlando Gibbons, Pier Antonio Fiocco, Henry Aldrich, William Turner, Henry Purcell, and William Croft. Score. Paper; ff...., approximately 1700 British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Collection of keyboard music [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf Alcock, John, 1715-1806. Collection of organ parts for various church services, anthems etc., compiled by John Alcock. University of Leeds, Brotherton Library, Leeds University Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Thomas Weelkes, composer: Musical settings of the "Cries of London": post 1601.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Motet: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to ... British Library
creatorOf Arne, Thomas Augustine, 1710-1778. Glees, madrigals, catches, and sacred works : manuscript, [1782-ca. 1800] Harvard University, Houghton Library
creatorOf Lambeth Palace Library. [Psalms, services, and anthems [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn VOLUNTARIES, masque tunes, dances, psalm tunes, etc., for the organ or virginal, in score, by Orlando Gibbons, " Docter " [John] Bull, [Robert?] Johnson, Hugh Facy, Edward Beuin, and Emanuel Soncino; copied shortly before 23 Apr. 1630, when the, MS. ..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn The John Kirkpatrick Papers, 1836-1993 (inclusive) Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
creatorOf TREBLE PART-BOOK containing twenty-one services by twelve English composers, and, reversing the volume, fifty-four anthems by twenty-three of the same (words only of that on ff. 136b-136 rev.,); 16th-18th cent. Copies, early 18th cent. Indexes of ser..., 16th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn THE cantus, bassus, and quintus parts of a collection of pieces for five and six voices, by Richard Deering, Thomas Wilkinson, Orlando Gibbons, Alfonso Ferabosco, and others. English, with a few in Latin. Paper; xviith cent. The name of Jo. Browne is..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US letters, papers, and fragments of manuscripts, 13th-20th centt., 13th century-20th century British Library
creatorOf Berlin. Preussische Staatsbibliothek. [Lynar tablatures. Collection, partial] State University of New York at Buffalo, Music Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Song 22 [music] / O. Gibbons, based on Amor Patris et Filii (12th century). National Library of New Zealand
referencedIn Vol A.includes:ff. 1 b-9 Thomas Morley: Canzonets for 3 voices: after 1618. ff. 9b-15 Edward Blankes, composer: Three-part Fancies: post 1618. f. 15 b William Byrd: Three-part Fancy: post 1618. ff. 16-22b William Byrd: "Gradualia": post 1618. ff...., 17th century British Library
creatorOf ANGLICAN SERVICE MUSIC: 'Sacred Music Collected by H. T. Ellicombe', including most notably two works by Robert Lucas Pearsall, a Burial Service in E minor (1829-1830) and an autograph communion hymn 'Therefore with Angels' (1845); 1809-1845. Except ..., 1809-1845 British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. xviith cent.John Weldon, organist and composer: Songs and anthems: 17th cent.Henry Purcell, composer and organist: Anthems, glees, etc.,: 17th, 18th centt.Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: Church music: 17th cent.John Blow, composer an..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Cosyn (Benjamin). The Cosyn Virginal Book; (1563), circa 1600. There is a list of contents, signed by Cosyn, prefaced to the volume, which contains 90 compositions, in Cosyn’s hand, for the virginal (ff. 2-111) and, in another..., 1563-1605 British Library
creatorOf Cobb, John, fl. 1630-1660. Londoner Strassenrufe : Kanon / John Cobb. Fantasie / Orlando Gibbons. San Francisco Public Library, Main Library
referencedIn Vol C.includes:f. 1 Henry Sheldon: Name inscribed: post 1618. ff. 3 b-11 Thomas Morley: Canzonets for 3 voices: after 1618. ff. 11 b-17 Edward Blankes, composer: Three-part Fancies: post 1618. f. 17 b William Byrd: Three-part Fancy: post 1618. ff..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Wood, Charles, 1866-1926. Autograph letters signed (21), dated : Cambridge, 1911-1922, to Mr. [R.F. Martin] Akerman [of The Year Book Press], 1911 July 23. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn MADRIGALS and part-,songs by John Morley, Gerolamo Converso, Jeremiah Saville, John Wilbye, Thomas Linley, Luca Marenzio, John Danby, Samuel Webbe [senior], Lord Mornington, Rev. R. J. S. Stevens, Thomas Ford, Giovanni dalla Croce, Jonathan Battishil..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf British Library. [Preludes, fugues, and other pieces for organ] [microform] UC Berkeley Libraries
referencedIn Nicolas Slonimsky Collection, 1873-1997, (bulk 1920-1990) Music Division Library of Congress
referencedIn CHURCH music by Benjamin Rogers, Orlando Gibbons, and Elway Bevin; with an anthem, "My song shall be always," by Henry Purcell, etc. Paper; xviith and xviiith centt. Folio., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems, in short score, by T. Tallis, W. Byrd, Adrian Batten, Orlando Gibbons, William Tucker, Michael Wise, William Child, Benjamin Rogers, William King, Henry Aldrich, John Blow, and Henry Purcell. The services and the anthems begin a..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Motet: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc... British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Collection of keyboard music] [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn CHURCH Music in score, chiefly in the hand of Vincent Novello, viz. :-1. Responses and a setting of part of Psalm cxix., by Thomas Tallis. 2. "Prevent us, O Lord": anthem, by William Byrd. f. 12. 3. Services and anthems, by Dr. Orlando Gibbons, prece..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Document signed, dated : [n.p.], 2 April 1618, 1618 Apr. 2. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn (ff. 172). Vol. ii. FIFTY-SIX anthems by Thomas Tallis, Michael Wise, Dr. Benjamin Rogers, Dr. Thomas Tudway, Pelham Humphrey, William Tucker, Joseph Harris, Nicholas Wootton, Orlando Gibbons, Dr. Matinee Green, Daniel Henstridge, Henry Aldrich, John..., 17th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. The short service. Magnificat / Orlando Gibbons, comp. ; Oxford camerata ; Jeremy Summerly, chef de choeur. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
creatorOf British Library. [Virginal music, organ music] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. The queen's command [Multimédia multisupport]. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
referencedIn Vol. I. xviith cent.John Weldon, organist and composer: Songs and anthems: 17th cent.Henry Purcell, composer and organist: Anthems, glees, etc.,: 17th, 18th centt.Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: Church music: 17th cent.John Blow, composer and..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XVI (ff. 33). Neat copies of madrigals, part-songs, glees, etc., for four or five voices, in parts, a few by Pearsall (or slightly altered by him), but most of them by the English and Italian madrigalists of the 16th century..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf Wythie, John. Fantasies off 3 partes [microform] / Jo. Wythie his booke. New York Public Library System, NYPL
referencedIn ORIGINAL, LETTERS Of musicians, arranged as in the preceding volume ; 16th-19th centt. The names of writers are given in the Index. Among them are:-Dr. Thomas Augustus Arne. Sir Henry Rowley Bishop. Dr. William Boyce. Orlando Gibbons. Henry Lawes. Ma..., 16th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf Henry Purcell and Giovanni Battista Draghi: Keyboard music, approximately 1690-1700 British Library
referencedIn Vol. II.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Madrigal: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, ... British Library
referencedIn The Hershy Kay Papers, 1940-1974 (inclusive) Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
referencedIn ORGAN-PART of a collection of Anthems and Services by John Amner, Adrian Batten, John Blow, William Byrd, Alfonso Ferrabosco (junr.?), Orlando Gibbons, Pelham Humfrey, William King, G[eorge?] L[oosemore?], H[enry ?] L[oosemore?], Henry Purcell, Thoma..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of Preludes, Fugues, etc., for the organ by Dr. Blow, A. B[atten?], H. Purcell, Dr. Gibbons, and Philip Hart. At the end, reversing the volume, there are a "Solo by Mr. Finger," a Suite by "Mr. Courtiville," etc., probably for the violin. ... British Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Whoop, do me no harm [Multimédia multisupport]. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
referencedIn COLLECTION of pieces for the lute by Robert Kindersley, John Dowland, Anthony Holborne, Daniel Bachelor, Robert Johnson, and above all John Sturt, who is probably the compiler of the collection. They consist chiefly of Allemandes, Courantes, Pavans, ..., approximately 1613-approximately 1616 British Library
creatorOf NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CX. Vocal and instrumental music; after 1811 (watermark)-1847, n.d. Chorus, vocal, close or instrumental scores. Mostly autograph. ff. iii+102. 305 x 240mm. Vincent Novello's binding of 1847, numbered 149. 1. ff. 2-3v. Willia..., 1811-1847 British Library
referencedIn MOTETS and canticles, in Latin; followed, at f. 54 b, by English anthems for a single voice : the whole written out with basso continuo, by Simon Child, organist of Ch. Ch. Oxford. The writers named are O. Gibbons, M. Wise, M. Locke, H. Aldrich, J. B..., approximately 1700 British Library
creatorOf Fitzwilliam Museum. Collection of 16th to 18th century sacred songs [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. [6 fantasias for 2 treble viols / Orlando Gibbons]. New England Conservatory of Music, Harriet M. Spaulding Library
creatorOf Cummings, William Hayman, 1831-1915. [Anthem collection] [microform]. Duke University Libraries, Duke University Library; Perkins Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Song 46 [music] / O. Gibbons ; [words by] Phineas Fletcher. National Library of New Zealand
creatorOf Pembroke College (University of Cambridge). Library. [Six part-books containing services and anthems in English] [microform]. Cornell University Library
creatorOf Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. Musique de clavier (virginal) de divers auteurs anglais [microform]. Ohio State University Libraries
referencedIn Variations on a Hymn by Orlando Gibbons, for tenor, chorus, string orchestra and organ, op.35; [?1952]. Piano part, piano rehearsal part, and annotated dye-line copy chorus score.Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: L. Berkeley's Variations Op.35 ..., 1952 British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Collection of vocal music [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. The queen's command [Multimédia multisupport]. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
creatorOf British Museum. Matthew Locke and Orlando Gibbons: fantasias. [microform]. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf British Library. Consorts. [microform] By W. Lawes, M. Locke, J. Jenkins, O. Gibbins & C. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. [Virginal lessons [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn ANTHEMS and services by Orlando Gibbons, Jeremiah Clarke, Maurice Greene, R. J. S. Stevens, and others; chiefly in score. Paper; ff. 161. xviiith, xixth centt. Oblong Folio.Richard John Samuel Stevens, composer: Sacred music: 18th-19th cent.Maurice G..., 18th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf KEYBOARD AND LYRA VIOL MUSIC, ETC.: volume containing pieces for keyboard and, in tablature, for lyra viol, together with a number of songs, some added at a slightly later date; mid-late 17th century. Copies. Mostly anonymous but the following compos..., 1630-1699 British Library
referencedIn 1. Motetta, or Latin anthems, by Thomas Tallis and William Bird, organists of the Chapel Royal. Printed under the heading "Cantiones, quæ ab argumento Sacræ vocantur, quinque, et sex partium, London 1575," f. 3. 2. Cathedral services of Thomas Tallis..., 1763 British Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Whoop, do me no harm [Multimédia multisupport]. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Fantasia no. 1 : bass (solo tuning) / Orlando Gibbons. The Juilliard School, Lila Acheson Wallace Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Suite / Orlando Gibbons ; orchestration by Hershy Kay. Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Library
referencedIn Vol. III.includes:f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc William Byrd: Fantasia, etc: post 1601.f. 51 b, etc Thomas Tallis, ... British Library
creatorOf NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. XCVI. Mostly sacred vocal music; after 1803 (watermark)-1843, n.d. Full, vocal or chorus scores, or instrumental parts. Partly autograph. Some copies in the hand of, and with accompaniments arranged by, Vincent Novello. ff. 7..., 1803-1862 British Library
creatorOf CHURCH HOUSE MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. XII. 'A Course of Anthems, Introits, Hymns at the Offertory and after Evening Service throughout the Year', partly by named composers; compiled aft. 1866 (f. 99). Imperfect, by the excision of pp. 71-74, 131 in the orig... British Library
referencedIn PRELUDES, fantasies, canons, grounds, etc., for the organ; psalms in short score; and other compositions by Thomas Tallis, W. Byrd, William Blithman, Dr. John Bull, Orlando Gibbons, Edward Bevin, Emanuel Soncino, Francis Forcer, Matthew Locke, and Dr..., approximately 1700 British Library
creatorOf Snyder, Randall. Quintet no. 3 for winds / Randall Snyder. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. The silver swan : (1612) / from the madrigal for five voices by Orlando Gibbons ; arrg. for solo by A. Lehman Engel. The Juilliard School, Lila Acheson Wallace Library
referencedIn Chappell, W. (William), 1809-1888. Letter: 1841 Oct. 5, 14 George St, Hanover Square, [London], to David Laing / Wm Chappell. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XVII (ff. 33). Neat copies of madrigals, part-songs, glees, etc., for four or five voices, in parts, a few by Pearsall (or slightly altered by him), but most of them by the English and Italian madrigalists of the 16th centur..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn LETTERS OF MUSICOLOGISTS and others, arranged alphabetically, mostly to William Barclay Squire, of the British Museum; 1891-1908, n.d. Partly French. Partly signed. See also Add. MSS. 39679, 39680. Transferred from the Department of Printed Books. Pa..., 1891-1908 British Library
creatorOf Finney, Theodore M. (Theodore Mitchell), 1902-1978. Theodore M. Finney Music Manuscript Collection, ca. 1700-1850. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems, in organ-score, by Dr. Tye, T. Tallis, W. Byrd, T. Morley, Edmund Hooper, Albert Byrne, A. Batten, O. Gibbons, Thomas Tomkins, Giovanni Ferrabosco, Dr. Child, Dr. W. Turner, and H. Purcell. Paper; ff. 196. Circ. 1700. Formerly b..., approximately 1700 British Library
referencedIn Vol. V.includes:f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc William Byrd: Fantasia, etc: post 1601.f. 51 b, etc Thomas Tallis, co... British Library
referencedIn (ff. 173). Vol. iii. MORNING and Evening services, canons, etc., by Henry Purcell, Matthew Locke, Dr. John Blow, Dr. William Child, Orlando Gibbons, Dr. Maurice Green, Daniel Henstridge, Thomas Morley, Anthony Walkley, Rev. Valentine Nalson, Thomas T..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn CATCHES and glees by H. Purcell, J. Blow, -Cranford, J. Eccles, T. Ford, [S.] Ives, Jeremiah Clark, -Creed, Dr. H. Aldrich, M. Wise, Dr. [William] Hayes, -Turner, [H.] Lawes, John Hilton, W. Byrd, W. Lawes, Edward Nelham, John Smith, -Stonerd, [R..., approximately 1800 British Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XIX (ff. 11). Neat copies of madrigals, part-songs, glees, etc., for four or five voices, in parts, a few by Pearsall (or slightly altered by him), but most of them by the English and Italian madrigalists of the 16th century..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol B.Henry Loosemore, Composer: Three-part Fancy: 17th cent.Michael Este, composer: Fifth set of Books: post 1618.includes:ff. 3 b-11 Thomas Morley: Canzonets for 3 voices: after 1618. ff. 11 b-17 Edward Blankes, composer: Three-part Fancies: post ..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Rorem, Ned, 1923-. The silver swan / Ned Rorem. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf Pembroke College (University of Cambridge). Library. [Services and anthems [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf Bacheler, Daniel, 1572-1619. [Lute music, organ parts of services] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
creatorOf British Library. [Partbooks (S, T, B) of Byrd's Gradualia, anon. anthems, madrigals, and instrumental music] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
referencedIn ANTHEMS, madrigals, etc., by John Wilbye, Nathaniel Gyles, Thomas Tomkins, Thomas Weelkes, John Milton, Martin Pearson, John Wilson, Richard Deering Orlando Gibbons, and others; with fantasias by Alfonso Ferabosco and other Italian composers. The Alt..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of anthems, in score, begun by R[ichard] Guise in 1768, and apparently in his hand. The composers are Henry VIII (?), W. Mundy, O. Gibbons, Tallis, Byrd, Tye, Bull, Child, Blow, R. Parsons, Weldon, Stroud, C. King, Jeremiah Clark, Church, ..., 1768 British Library
referencedIn Webber, Mary. [Commonplace book], 1694. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
creatorOf Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695. Anthems ancient & modern [microform] : vol. II / by Tallis, Byrd, Purcell, Gibbons, Croft, Greene, Raylton and other masters, among which are several in Purcell's own handwriting ; collected by William Flackton. UC Berkeley Libraries
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XVIII (ff. i + 33). Neat copies of madrigals, part-songs, glees, etc., for four or five voices, in parts, a few by Pearsall (or slightly altered by him), but most of them by the English and Italian madrigalists of the 16th c..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. [Nine fantasias for three viols [microform] / Orlando Gibbons]. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Motets, Anthems, Madrigals, etc.: 18th century. A collection of 48 pieces, in score for several voices, mainly with a figured bass. In four different hands, and with a list of contents prefaced to the volume. On f. 101 is a fr..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf British Library. [Partbooks (T1, T2, Ct, Q, B) of textless madrigals, motets, services and anthems] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems. Imperfect at the beginning. The composers are:-[Robert] Parsons, f. 4. [John] Mundie, ff. 6, 83 b, 9 b, 102, 101 b, 107. [John] Sheppard, ff. 21, 74 b, 93, 97 b, 98 b, 100, 102 b, 105 b. -Woodson, f. 37. [Thomas] Morleie [Morley... British Library
referencedIn Stephen Oliver Collection, 1955-1995 British Library: Music Collections
referencedIn ORGAN-PART of a collection of anthems, services, chants, hymns, etc., begun in 1724 by John Bennet, including compositions by Aldrich, Batten, Thomas Bennet, Blow, Child, [Jeremiah] Clark, Crofts, Ferrant [i.e. Farrant], [Robert ?] Fuller, T-G-, [Or..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Theodore M. Finney Music Manuscript Collection TXRC98-A25., ca. 1700-1850 Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
referencedIn "TRISTITIÆ remedium. Cantiones selectissimæ diuersorum tum authorum tum argumentorum; labore et manu exaratæ Thomæ Myriell, A.D. 1616." A collection of glees, sacred pieces, etc., by John Wilby, Richard Deering, Thomas Ravenscroft, Martin Pierson, Jo..., 1616 British Library
creatorOf Strunz, Johanna. Performance hour [sound recording]. University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Semans Library
creatorOf Gibbons, Orlando, 1583-1625. Fantasies off 3 partes / Jo. Wythie his booke. Eastman School of Music
creatorOf (1-26.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; end of 17th century. All in score.Paper.1. 5 ff. Byrd (William): Laudate pueri. Motet for 6 voices. From the Tallis and Byrd Cantiones, 1575.2. 2 ff. Byrd (William): Memento homo. Motet for 6 voices. From..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn ANTHEMS (full and verse), in score, many of them with organ accompaniment. One by Dr. Croft (f. 8) is dated 1720. The names of the composers are given in the Index. Paper; ff. 94. XVIII. cent. Belonged to Thomas W. Taphouse, of Oxford (sale-cat. 3 Ju..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn PAVANS and galliards arranged for five parts, but wanting the bassus and quintus. In separate parts, in three volumes. The composers are: John Amner, George Mason, [Thomas] Wilkinson, Thomas Weelkes, James Harding, George Kirby, -Jackson, Nicholas S..., 16th century British Library
creatorOf Stephen Oliver: Shorter arrangements, 1966-1978 British Library
creatorOf Sibley Music Library. fantasies off 3 partes [microform] / Jo. Wythie his booke. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
referencedIn The Henry Gilbert Papers, 1821-1980 (inclusive) Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
creatorOf Blow, John, d. 1708. [Anthem collection]. Eastman School of Music
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XX (ff. i + 32). Neat copies of madrigals, part-songs, glees, etc., for four or five voices, in parts, a few by Pearsall (or slightly altered by him), but most of them by the English and Italian madrigalists of the 16th cent..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. [Virginal lessons [microform] UC Berkeley Libraries
referencedIn ANTHEMS, duets, songs, etc., mostly with accompaniments, in score, by Giacomo Carissimi, G. F. Sances, G. Casati, P. Reggio, Aldrich, Purcell, Blow, Courteville, Robert Ramsey, Pelham Humfrey, Lock, Gibbons, and Capt. Henry Cooke. Folios 2-44 are in ... British Library
creatorOf Bibliothèque nationale (France). Pièces pour virginal [microform] / de divers auteurs anglais. Cornell University Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XV (ff. 92). Neat copies of madrigals for four, five aud six voices, in score, most of them with German translations of the original words apparently by Pearsall. The names of the composers are John Bennet, B. Cooke, John Do..., 19th century British Library
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associatedWith Alcock, John, 1715-1806. person
associatedWith Berlin. Preussische Staatsbibliothek. corporateBody
associatedWith Bibliothèque nationale (France). corporateBody
associatedWith British Library. corporateBody
associatedWith British Museum. corporateBody
associatedWith Chappell, W. (William), 1809-1888. person
associatedWith Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. corporateBody
associatedWith Cobb, John, fl. 1630-1660. person
associatedWith Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. corporateBody
associatedWith Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. corporateBody
associatedWith Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. corporateBody
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associatedWith Finney, Theodore M. person
associatedWith Fitzwilliam Museum. corporateBody
associatedWith Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. person
associatedWith Gilbert, Henry F. B. (Henry Franklin Belknap), 1868-1928 person
associatedWith Hershy Kay person
associatedWith Kay, Hershy. person
associatedWith Kirkpatrick, John, 1905-1991 person
associatedWith Lambeth Palace Library. corporateBody
associatedWith Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library) corporateBody
associatedWith Newton, Adam. person
associatedWith Pembroke College (University of Cambridge). Library. corporateBody
associatedWith Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695. person
associatedWith Rorem, Ned, 1923- person
associatedWith Rowe Music Library. corporateBody
associatedWith Sibley Music Library. corporateBody
associatedWith Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894-1995 person
associatedWith Snyder, Randall. person
associatedWith Webber, Mary. person
associatedWith Wood, Charles, 1866-1926. person
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India, Asia
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Schortau, Saxony
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Viol music (Viols (2))--Parts
Suites (Orchestra), Arranged--Scores and parts
String trios (Viols (3))--Parts
Madrigals
Music--Manuscripts
Duets (Unspecified instruments (2))--Parts
Anthems
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied
Songs (High voice) with piano
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Death 1625-06-05

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