Ferrabosco, Alfonso, of Add MS 29996

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referencedIn BANKS COLLECTION. Vol. XLIV (ff. 68). Miscellaneous writings, ornamented with initials, portraits of saints, royal arms, etc., cut from a printed book. The principal items are:-(1) Fragments of a transcript of a calendar (latest date 1537), for the ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. II, ff. 88.includes:ff. 13-16 Thomas Ravenscroft: Fancies for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 20-27 Richard Dering: Fancies for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 27 b, 29 b William Byrd, composer: "In nomines " by: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 2... British Library
referencedIn Vol. V, ff. 91.includes:ff. 1-8 John Ward, composer: Fancies and In nomines for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 9-11 William White: Fancies and pavans for viols: temp. Jas.I-Chas. I.ff. 13-16 Thomas Ravenscroft: Fancies for viols: temp. Jas. I... British Library
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
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Catches, Canons and Madrigals; 18th century. A collection, in the same hand throughout, of 205 pieces, in score and with words, by Morley, Byrd, Immyns, Ives, Le Jeune, Mouton, Torri, Ferrabosco, Seymour, Ford, Purcell, Hilton..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn MOTETS for six voices by Alfonso Ferrabosco [the younger]. Altus and Tenor parts only. Autograph? Paper; ff. 12,12. Early xviith cent. Quarto.Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Motets: 17th cent.: Autogr. (?). British Library
referencedIn COMPOSITIONS for two, three, four, five and six viols, in parts, in the hand of William Lawes (d. 1645), by composers of the 16th and 17th centuries, including, in addition to Lawes himself, Thomas Lupo, [Robert ?] Chetwoode, Thomas Holmes, John Coop... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL. letters, etc., chiefly of, or relating to, composers, musicians, and singers; 1578-1860 1. Writ of precipe to the Sheriff of Norfolk for the observance by Sir Thomas Gresham and Anne, his wife, of an agreement with John Weld relative to a m..., 1578-1860 British Library
referencedIn THE TREGIAN ANTHOLOGYCollection of madrigals, motets, fantasias, etc., mostly by Italian and English composers of the 16th and early 17th centuries, transcribed in score by Francis Tregian (d. 1619), the compiler of the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.The ... British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of solos for the viola da gamba transcribed into modern staff notation from the original (17th cent.) tablature of a MS. belonging to the Corporation of Manchester, under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Lea Southgate, who has written a pre..., 1913 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION Of madrigals by John Wilbye, Thomas Weelkes, William Byrd, Giovan Ferretti, Alfonso Ferrabosco, Luca Marenzio, Gianetto Palestina, Orlando di Lasso, Giovan Battista Pinello, Giovanni Petraloysio Prenestino and other composers of the 16th a..., 1800 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. The Baldwin Collection of Motets, etc.: circa 1600, unless otherwise dated. A volume in the script throughout of John Baldwin of Windsor (excepting ff. 87b-89), containing 203 motets, instrumental pieces, canons and contrapunt..., 1590-1606 British Library
referencedIn CHAMBER-MUSIC by masters of the early part of the seventeenth century, in the autograph of John Jenkins; in parts :-1. Consorts and sets of dances, for three viols. The names of Alfonzo Ferrabosco, junior, Thomas Brewer, J--Withy, William Child, and..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. I, ff. xvi + 88.William Byrd, composer: "In nomines " by: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.includes:ff. 1-8 John Ward, composer: Fancies and In nomines for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 9-11 William White: Fancies and pavans for viols: temp. Jas.I-Ch... British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV, ff. 88.includes:ff. 1-8 John Ward, composer: Fancies and In nomines for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 9-11 William White: Fancies and pavans for viols: temp. Jas.I-Chas. I.ff. 13-16 Thomas Ravenscroft: Fancies for viols: temp. Jas.... 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 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 " A BOOKE of In nomines and other solfainge songs of v: vj vij: and viij : parts for voyces or Instrumentes," written in direct, transverse, and reversed staves, so that all can sing, or play, at once. (Compare the arrangement of John Dowland's First..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn 1. Six pavans and galliards written for the virginal by [William] Byrd; the first begins abruptly, in consequence of the loss of the 32 leaves that once preceded it. f. 1. 2. Twenty-nine fantasias, pavans, galliards, etc., for the lute, by [Jolin] Do... British Library
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 BASSO CONTINUO part, in tablature, of a collection of compositions written for 4 or 5 viols by Richard Deeringe, John Jenkins, Morris Webster, Charles Colman or Coleman, Alfonso Ferrabosco [?junior], and Robert Johnson. Apparently in the hand of F. C... British Library
referencedIn Vol. III, ff. 88.includes:ff. 1-8 John Ward, composer: Fancies and In nomines for viols: temp. Jas. I-Chas. I.ff. 9-11 William White: Fancies and pavans for viols: temp. Jas.I-Chas. I.ff. 13-16 Thomas Ravenscroft: Fancies for viols: temp. Jas.... British Library
referencedIn MADRIGALS by Lucretio Quintiani, Alfonzo Ferrabosco, and Giovanni Ferretti, with English or Italian words. Paper; ff. 48. Circ. 1800. Quarto.Lucretio Quintiani, composer: Madrigals: circ. 1800.Music: Italian madrigals: circ. 1800.Giovanni Ferretti: M..., approximately 1800 British 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
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
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