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A collection of sacred and secular songs, early 18th cent.

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MS. Tenbury 345, bound with Tenbury Mus. c.105

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Bound in at the end of the second book of Harmonia Sacra ([London], 1688). The bound volume of books 1 and 2 is catalogued on SOLO with the shelfmark Tenbury Mus. c.105.

Contents:
  1. (fol. 1v) I burn, my brains consumes. [J. Eccles]
  2. (fol. 3v) Thrice had the sun adorned his face
  3. (fol. 4v) Ye gentle spirits. [H. Purcell]
  4. (fol. 6) Blessed is the man. [H. Purcell]
  5. (fol. 9v) Fly, ye winged Cupids
  6. (fol. 11v) Morpheus, you gentle god
  7. (fol. 14v) Let soft desires your heart engage
  8. (fol. 15v) If Music be the food of Love. [H. Purcell]
  9. (fol. 17v) Celia has a thousand charms. [H. Purcell]
  10. (fol. 19) 'Tis Nature's voice. [H. Purcell]
  11. (fol. 20v ) Sound the trumpet. [H. Purcell]
  12. (fol. 21v) O Lord, I put my trust in thee

Dates

  • early 18th cent.

Extent

1 volume

Shelfmark

MS. Tenbury 345, bound with Tenbury Mus. c.105

Dimensions

12 1/8 x 7 3/8 inches

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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