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A collection of madrigals and glees in score, early 19th cent.

MS. Tenbury 1173

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  1. (fol. 1) Gratiarum actio. Reading
  2. (fol. 5) Divine Cecilia. S. Webbe
  3. (fol. 7) Draw on, sweet night. J. Wilbye
  4. (fol. 13) No riches from his scanty store. R. Cooke
  5. (fol. 15) Nymphs of the forest. W. Horsley
  6. (fol. 17) Since harmony deigns. S. Webbe
  7. (fol. 19v) Come again, sweet love doth now. J. Dowland
  8. (fol. 21) You pretty birds. W. Horsley
  9. (fol. 24) Weel may the boatie row. Arr. W. Knyvett
  10. (fol. 25v) Should mirth be observed. W. Sbield
  11. (fol. 27) Gaily I lived at ease. R. Cooke
  12. (fol. 28) Now the dancing sunbeams, arr. from Haydn, S. Webbe
  13. (fol. 31) Tell me on what holy ground. W. Horsley
  14. (fol. 33) Three virgin Nymphs. T. Weelkes
  15. (fol. 35v) Send home my long-strayed eyes. R. J. S. Stevens
  16. (fol. 37) Shall I wasting in despair? J. Jolly
  17. (fol. 38v) What ho! what shepherd ho! W. Beale
  18. (fol. 42) The cloud-capped towers. R. J. S. Stevens
  19. (fol. 43v) Just like love, arr. from Davy, V. Novello
  20. (fol. 81) Fruitful earth Drinks up. R. Cooke
  21. (fol. 83) O hear a pensive. R. Cooke
  22. (fol. 90) Hark hark, the birds. T. Linley
  23. (fol. 94) Down in a valley. J. Wilbye
  24. (fol. 97) When for the world's repose. Mornington
  25. (fol. 98) Within an arbour. T. Morley
  26. (fol. 102v) O come again my love. M. East
  27. (fol. 104v) Sober lay and mirthful glee. R. J. S. Stevens


  • early 19th cent.


1 volume

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Tenbury 1173


11 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches obl.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom