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Anthems by various composers, early 18th cent. - late 18th cent.

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MSS. Tenbury 812-826

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MS. Tenbury 812: My soul be joyful in the Lord. William Croft, late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 813: Three anthems, early 18th cent.
  1. O be joyful in God. H. Hall
  2. Blessed be the Lord my strength. H. Hall
  3. O Lord, grant the King/Queen (fragment only). H. Aldrich
MS. Tenbury 814: Music, mainly by Henry Purcell, mid-18th cent.
  1. (fol. 1) Hear the right O Lord. Anon.
  2. (fol. 9) Be merciful unto me. Henry Purcell
  3. (fol. 17) Behold I bring you glad tidings. Henry Purcell
MS. Tenbury 815: They that go down to the sea. Henry Purcell, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 816: Music by Henry Purcell and William Webb, c 1700
  1. O give thanks. Henry Purcell
  2. Blessed is he that considereth. Henry Purcell
  3. Be merciful unto me. Henry Purcell
  4. O that my head were waters. William Webb
MS. Tenbury 817: O God, thou art my God. Henry Purcell, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 818: My song shall be alway. Henry Purcell, late 18th cent. In the hand of James Bartleman, and formerly his property.

MS. Tenbury 819: Wherewithal shall a young man. Benjamin Cooke, late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 820: Music by Robert Creighton and John Weldon, late 18th cent.
  1. Praise the Lord, O my soul. Robert Creyghton [Creighton]
  2. Let God arise. John Weldon
MS. Tenbury 821: Praise the Lord. James Hesletine, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 822: Music by William Croft, James Hesletine and Michael Wise, mid-18th cent.
  1. The Lord hear thee. Anon.
  2. O praise the Lord. William Croft
  3. The Lord is King. James Hesletine
  4. Awake up my glory. Michael Wise
MS. Tenbury 823: 'The Psalms for the 24th Day of the Month at Evening Prayer set by Mr Tallis, and Dr Child' - in free chant form, early 18th cent.
  1. Part i. Blessed are those. W. Child
  2. Part ii. Wherewithal. T. Tallis
  3. Part iii. O do well unto thy servant. T. Tallis
  4. Part iv. My soul cleaveth to the dust. T. Tallis
MS. Tenbury 824: Save Lord and hear us. 'Done from L. Marenzio's Dissi a l'amata', late 18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 825: Unto thee O Lord will I lift up. Thomas Kelway, mid-18th cent.

MS. Tenbury 826: Hear my crying. John Weldon, early 18th cent.

Dates

  • early 18th cent. - late 18th cent.

Extent

1 volume

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MSS. Tenbury 812-826

Dimensions

12 x 9 1/2 inches

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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