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The third volume of vocal music in a three-volume set, the first of which has been lost, c 1780

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MS. Tenbury 1465

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(B) 'Vol.3' in Warren-Horne's hand, but stamped 'II' by the binder. Contents:
  1. (p. 1) O fairest of ten thousand (Saul). Handel
  2. (p. 10) Caro tu mi accendi (Fararaondo). Handel
  3. (p. 15) Tu vuoi ch'io vira. Handel
  4. (p. 21) Che volete o crude. Abbate Stefani
  5. (p. 29) Laudate pueri. Anon.
  6. (p. 41) Straccia mi pur il core. C. Monteverdi
  7. (p. 46) Crud' Amarilli. C. Monteverdi
  8. (p. 50) Moro e mentre sospiro. C. Gesualdo
  9. (p. 55) Cor mio deh non languire. A. Scarlatti
  10. (p. 62) Et vitam venturi. G. A. Perti
  11. (p. 64) Tanto e vor che nei. A. Lotti
  12. (p. 67) Salve Regina. F. Foggia
  13. (p. 72) Ave Regina coelorum. G. A. Bernabei
  14. (p. 77) Christe eleison. O. Benevoli
  15. (p. 79) Think'st thou then by thy Feigning. J. Dowland
  16. (p. 80) Ve ve n. e. ne vene [Venerabilis]. J. B. Lully
  17. (p. 82) I had both money and a friend. E. Bevin
  18. (p. 85) A Virgin and Mother. J. Marbeck [Merbecke]
  19. (p. 87) Dear, if you change. J. Dowland
  20. (p. 90) Awake, sweet love. J. Dowland
  21. (p. 92) Within a greenwood. G. Ferretti
  22. (p. 97) O la o che bon ecco. O. di Lasso [Lassus]
  23. (p. 101) Benedicite. What dreamed I? R. Fayrfax
  24. (p. 104) Siam nave all'onde. Incertus
  25. (p. 121) Arm, the gen'rous Britons cry. Incertus
  26. (p. 124) While thus our calmer pleasures. J. Clark [Clarke]
  27. (p. 125) Jubilate Deo. Palestrina
  28. (p. 133) Kyrie and Credo. G. B. Cesati
  29. (p. 153) Eliza is the fairest queen. E. Johnson
  30. (p. 155) Quando tra montra il sole. C. M. Clari
  31. (p. 158) Porto negl' occhi. B. Marcello
  32. (p. 160) Alla riva del Tebro. Palestrina
  33. (p. 162) Tu di fortezza. Palestrina
  34. (p. 165) Praise the Lord, O my soul. J. Mundy
  35. (p. 167) Save me, O God. J. Mundy
  36. (p. 168) O all ye nations. J. Mundy
  37. (p. 170) Blessed art thou. J. Mundy
  38. (p. 173) Hear ray prayer. J. Mundy
  39. (p. 175) Ye people all in one accord. J. Mundy
  40. (p. 177) O Lord, turn not away thy face. J. Mundy
  41. (p. 178) O come, let us lift up. J. Mundy
  42. (p. 180) Of all the birds. J. Mundy
  43. (p. 182) As I went walking. J. Mundy
  44. (p. 184) Turn about and see me. J. Mundy
  45. (p. 187) Hosanna filio David. Incertus
  46. (p. 193) Son legato e pur. A. Attilio
  47. (p. 209) And a voice came out of the throne. M. Lock [Locke]
  48. (p. 212) Christe eleison. F. Turini
  49. (p. 212) Nel serende tuoi content. A. Scarlatti
  50. (p. 215) Adoramus te. A. M. Pacchioni
  51. (p. 216) Quia fecit mihi magna. Palestrina
  52. (p. 219) Agnus Dei. G. A. Bernabei
  53. (p. 223) O Lord rebuke me not. W. Croft
  54. (p. 237) Madonna s'io n'amai. A. Willaert

Dates

  • c 1780

Extent

1 volume

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MS. Tenbury 1465

Custodial History

Formerly belonged to Edmund T. Warren-Horne and largely in his hand. It passed by sale in 1810 to Rev. John Parker, and the book plates of Parker and Warren are in both volumes. Parker's Library was sold in 1813.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Both volumes (MSS. Tenbury 1465-1466) were presented to St Michael's College in 1938 by Dr R. T. Richmond.

Dimensions

14 × 10 1/4 inches

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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