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Latin motets, mostly by foreign composers. Three part-books (Altus, Tenor and Bassus) from a set of five, early 17th cent.

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MSS. Tenbury 361-363

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Contents (N.B. The Tenor book begins at fol. 9 with no. 14):
  1. (fol. 1) Pleni sunt coeli. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  2. (fol. 1v) Benedictus qui venit. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  3. (fol. 2v) Crucifixus. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  4. (fol. 3v) Crucifixus. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  5. (fol. 4v) Kyrie. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  6. (fol. 4v) Crucifixus. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  7. (fol. 5v) Salve Regina. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  8. (fol. 6) Ad te clamamus. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  9. (fol. 6v) Domine deus. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  10. (fol. 6v) Benedictus qui venit. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  11. (fol. 7) Benedictus qui venit. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  12. (fol. 7v) Et Jesum benedictum. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  13. (fol. 8v) Et Jesum benedictum. Ludovico Vittoria [Victoria]
  14. (fol. 9) Pastores quidnam. Clemens non Papa
  15. (fol. 9v) Misit Herodes. Michael du Buissons [Dubuisson]
  16. (fol. 10v) Ascendens Christus (pars 1). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  17. (fol. 11v) Ascendit deus (pars 2). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  18. (fol. 12v) Dum complerentur (pars 1). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  19. (fol. 13v) Dum ergo essent (pars 2). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  20. (fol. 14v) Venite filii. Francesco Viancardo
  21. (fol. 15v) Adesto unus deus. Hieronymus Praetorius
  22. (fol. 17) Osculetur me (pars 1)
  23. (fol. 18v) Introduxit me rex (pars 2)
  24. (fol. 19v) Laudate dominum. Francesco Viancardo
  25. (fol. 20v) Non est bonum. Hieronymus Praetorius
  26. (fol. 21v) Cum beatus Ignatius (pars 1). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  27. (fol. 22v) Ignis crux (pars 2). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  28. (fol. 23v) Descendit angelus (pars 1). L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  29. (fol. 24v) Ne timeas (pars 2) L. Vittoria [Victoria]
  30. (fol. 25) Stella quam viderunt
  31. (fol. 26v) Diligite inimicos. Michael du Buissons [Dubuisson]
  32. (fol. 28) Timete doninum. William Byrd
  33. (fol. 28v) Exultate iusti. William Byrd
  34. (fol. 29v) Inquirentes autem. William Byrd
  35. (fol. 30v) O quam gloriosum (pars 1). William Byrd
  36. (fol. 31v) Benedictio et claritas (pars 2). William Byrd
  37. (fol. 32v) Viri Galilei. William Byrd
  38. (fol. 33) Ego sum panis
  39. (fol. 34v) Ego sum resurrexio. Michael du Buissons [Dubuisson]
  40. (fol. 35v) En dilectus. Orpheo Vecchi
  41. (fol. 36v) Pater peccavi (pars 1). Joanellus [Giovanelli]
  42. (fol. 37v) Quanti mercenarii (pars 2). Joanellus [Giovanelli]
  43. (fol. 38v) Domine quando veneris (pars 1). Bonus [Guillaume Boni?]
  44. (fol. 39v) Hei mihi (pars 2). Bonus [Guillaume Boni?]
  45. (fol. 40v) Anima mea liquefacta. Agostino Agaozzari
  46. (fol. 41v) O sacrum convivium. Joanellus [Giovanelli]
  47. (fol. 42v) Domine in furore. Orpheo Vecchi
  48. (fol. 43v) Avete mentes. Agostino Agazzari
  49. (fol. 44v) Hodie de Virgine. Jacobo Regnart
  50. (fol. 45v) Viri Galilei (pars 1). William Byrd
  51. (fol. 46v) Omnes gentes (pars 2). William Byrd
  52. (fol. 47v) Pacem relinquo. G. P. da Palestrina
  53. (fol. 48v) O salutaris bostia

Dates

  • early 17th cent.

Extent

1 box (3 part-books)

Shelfmark

MSS. Tenbury 361-363

Custodial History

Copied by a single scribe, employed by Edward Paston of Norfolk. This set of part-books (359-363) formerly belonged to Joseph Warren who presumably bought it at the sale of Benjamin Cooke’s library in 1845 (see note on flyleaf of 363: 'Dr Bjn Cook’s sale'). The books were repaired in 1922 at the British Museum when fresh backs had to be provided although the original covers were retained.

Existence and Location of Copies

Digital images, a more detailed inventory and further information about MS. Tenbury 361 in DIAMM.
Existence and Location of Copies Digital images, a more detailed inventory and further information about MS. Tenbury 362 in DIAMM.
Existence and Location of Copies Digital images, a more detailed inventory and further information about MS. Tenbury 363 in DIAMM.

Related Materials

Three of the five part-books, MSS. Tenbury 359-363.

Bibliography

  • Philip Brett, ‘Edward Paston (1550-1630): a Norfolk gentleman and his musical collection’, Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society , vol. 4, no. 1 (1964), pp. 51–69.

Dimensions

8 1/4 x 5 3/16 inches obl.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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