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A collection of choral sacred music, early 18th cent. - early 19th cent.

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MSS. Tenbury 669-697

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MS. Tenbury 669: Hear the voice and prayer. Thomas Tallis, early 18th cent. In the hand of Dr Alcock, organist of Lichfield Cathedral.

MS. Tenbury 670: Te Deum and Jubilate in A. A. Walkley [and] Christ rising again. Michael Wise, both mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 671: Kyrie and Creed in F. James Nares, early 19th cent. In the hand of Horsfall.

MS. Tenbury 672: Sing unto the Lord. Anon., mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 673: Sing praises unto the Lord. R. Banks, late 18th cent. In the hand of Thomas Ebdon.

MS. Tenbury 674: Hear me, O God. Anon., late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 675: If that a sinner's sighs. Anon., mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 676: Holy Lord God Almighty. John Bishop, late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 677: O Lord, how glorious. Ralph Banks, late 18th-cent.

MS. Tenbury 678: Who can tell how oft? John Weldon, late 18th cent. In the hand of Dr S. Arnold.

MS. Tenbury 679: My soul be joyful. William Croft, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 680: By the waters of Babylon. William Boyce, mid-18th cent. The hautboy and basso continuo parts are in the hand of William Boyce; the rest of the manuscript is in the hand of Samuel Arnold.

MS. Tenbury 681: Wipe away my sins. Thomas Tallis [and] Lord hear my prayer. Anon., both early 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 682: Cantate and Deus Misereatur in B flat. H. Hall, late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 683: Two chants. Samuel Porter, late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 684: O praise God in his holiness. Richard Woodward, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 685: O be joyful in God [incomplete]. William Croft, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 686: Sanctus and Gloria. Apparently by William Croft, but actually part of the Service in C by Maurice Greene, who may himself have been the scribe of some words omitted by the copyist. Probably in the hand of Martin Smith, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 687: O let my mouth. James Hesletine, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 688: O how amiable. Philip Hayes, 1768. In the composer's hand.

MS. Tenbury 689: God in the great assembly. Samuel Arnold, mid-18th cent. In the composer's hand.

MS. Tenbury 690: Sing unto the Lord; Lord, let me know; O Lord, thou art my God (B flat). All by Maurice Greene, mid 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 691: Consummatum est. Anon., late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 692: Psalm c. Sternhold and Hopkins, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 693: Teach me thy way. Edmund Hooper, early 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 694: O Lord God of hosts. William Hayes, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 695: Magnificat a otto voci in canone con strumenti ad libitum. Domenico Zanatta, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 696: Fuga a 4 voci a 3 sogetti [from Missa Brevis in G (BWV 236)]. J. S. Bach, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 697: Audite gentes [and] Six hymns. Both by Edmund Ayrton, mid-18th cent. Stated by William Hawes to be in the composer's hand, but probably in that of Thomas Barrow.

Dates

  • early 18th cent. - early 19th cent.

Extent

1 volume

Shelfmark

MSS. Tenbury 669-697

Custodial History

The volume belonged to Dr Arnold, at whose death it was bought by W. Russell; 'at Mr Russell's sale' it was bought in 1814 by William Russell of Deptford.

Dimensions

11 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches obl.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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