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

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MS. Tenbury 1466

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(A) 'Vol.2' in Warren-Horne's hand, but stamped 'III' by the binder. Contents:
  1. (p. 1) Dicite nobis sanctorum. G. Carissimi
  2. (p. 14) Turbabantur impii. G. Carissimi
  3. (p. 23) Quis est hie vir? pars i. G. Carissimi
  4. (p. 30) Egredimini coelestis pars ii. G. Carissimi
  5. (p. 36) Sweetly pleasing singest thou. G. B. Mosto
  6. (p. 41) In health and ease am I. J. Ward
  7. (p. 43) Nativitas gloriose. G. Tirbutino [Tiburtino]
  8. (p. 44) O mother dear. Incertus
  9. (p. 45) Miserere mei. Palestrina
  10. (p. 46) Farewell all joys (How art thou thralled). O. Gibbons
  11. (p. 50) Donne la pura luce. R. Giovanelli
  12. (p. 57) Donna la bella mano. R. Giovanelli
  13. (p. 62) Brave spirit art thou fled? E. Foster
  14. (p. 63) Nel foco d'un bel lauro. R. Giovanelli
  15. (p. 67) Sancta Maria, sexcurre. P. Certon
  16. (p. 69) Phillida mia piu cheili. J. de Gero
  17. (p. 70) Adieu cel que j'ai scrivi. Gerard Dussaulx
  18. (p. 74) Au joli son du sansonnet. J. de Gero
  19. (p. 75) In douleur en tristeasse. N. Bauldwyn [Bauldeweyn]
  20. (p. 73) Tu as Petrus. C. Morales
  21. (p. 80) Puer natus est nobis. C. Morales
  22. (p. 82) Alma Redemptoris. J. L. Herretier [Lhéritier]
  23. (p. 86) Alma Redetaptoris. A. de Silva
  24. (p. 90) Viderunt omnes termini. Claude de Sermisy
  25. (p. 92) Ecce enim Deus adjuvat. P. Verdelot
  26. (p. 93) Sans lever le pied. Clemens non Papa
  27. (p. 98) Dum complerentur dies. A. Gardane
  28. (p. 105) Surge illuainare. Palestrina
  29. (p. 110) Hard destinies. J. Wilbye
  30. (p. 114) Go wailing accents. J. Ward
  31. (p. 116) How great delight. T. Tomkins
  32. (p. 118) O love beseeming well. J. Amner
  33. (p. 120) O say, dear life. J. Ward
  34. (p. 122) A sea-nymph sat upon the shore. Incertus
  35. (p. 124) Sweet Daphne, stay. H. Lichfild
  36. (p. 128) Je le 1'airray. A. de Fevin
  37. (p. 130) A leur qui prennez. C. Bouvel
  38. (p. 131) Sire si vous ne pourvoyez. C. Respieres
  39. (p. 133) As thy shadow itself. T. Whythorne
  40. (p. 134) When Cupid had compelled me. T. Whythorne
  41. (p. 135) Amor opra che poi. O. Vecchi
  42. (p. 136) Jerusalem luge. J. Richafort
  43. (p. 138) Adieu cel qui j'ai servy. E. Barbion
  44. (p. 142) Miserere nostri. A. Ferrabosco
  45. (p. 143) Ecco l'alba luminosa. G. Carissimi
  46. (p. 144) Parce Domine populo tuo. J. Obrect
  47. (p. 146) Pour Francoise qui plus ne voy. Anon.
  48. (p. 147) Ye that do live in pleasures. J. Wilbye
  49. (p. 153) So light is love. J. Wilbye
  50. (p. 156) Ah cruel Amaryllis. J. Wilbye
  51. (p. 158) Come shepherd swains. J. Wilbye
  52. (p. 161) Weep, O mine eyes. J. Wilbye
  53. (p. 162) Dear pity, how? J. Wilbye
  54. (p. 164) I sung sometimes my thoughts. J. Wilbye
  55. (p. 168) How oft the heathen poets. W. Byrd
  56. (p. 170) Welcome, sweet pleasure. T. Weelkes
  57. (p. 171) Wilt thou love me, lady sweet. T. Ravenscroft
  58. (p. 174) The eagle's force. W. Byrd
  59. (p. 176) Susanna fair. W. Byrd
  60. (p. 179) This tyrant queen. T. Cricquillon [Crequillon]
  61. (p. 183) Beatus vir qui timet. Incertus
  62. (p. 211) Magnificat. Incertus
  63. (p. 230) Pange lingua. L. Leo

Dates

  • c 1780

Extent

1 volume

Language of Materials

  • Latin

Shelfmark

MS. Tenbury 1466

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.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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