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A collection of English church music, c 1870-1880

MS. Tenbury 1499

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Music composed between 16th and 19th centuries. Items 5, 9-11 and 18-45 are in the hand of Sir F. A. G. Ouseley; the remainder in the hand of J. C. Büdinger. Ouseley has indicated the source of his text for most of the earlier items and added a few notes on textual details.
  1. (pp. 1-20) Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in B flat. Langdon Colborne
  2. (pp. 21-27) O God, the king of glory. Henry Aldrich
  3. (pp. 28-34) Give ear, O Lord. Henry Aldrich
  4. (pp. 35-45) Bow down thine ear. Benjamin Rogers
  5. (pp. 46-57) I beheld, and lo. Benjamin Rogers
  6. (pp. 58-62) O praise the Lord, all ye nations. H. S. Oakeley
  7. (pp. 63-66) The sacrifice of God. A. H. D. Prendergast
  8. (pp. 67-73) Plead thou my cause. F. A. G. Ouseley
  9. (pp. 74-112) Te Deum, Jubilate in B flat. G. J. Elvey
  10. (pp. 113-175) Morning, Communion, and Evening service in F. Aldrich
  11. (pp. 176-180) There was war in heav'n. F. A. G. Ouseley
  12. (pp. 181-234) Morning, Communion, and Evening service in D. F. A. G. Ouseley
  13. (pp. 235-240) Grace before and after meat. F. A. G. Ouseley
  14. (pp. 241-271) Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie, Sanctus in F. F. A. G. Ouseley
  15. (pp. 272-280) Veni Creator. F. A. G. Ouseley
  16. (pp. 281-287) Deliver us, good Lord. Christopher Tye
  17. (pp. 288-304) Magnificat, and Nunc Dimittis in F. Stephen Elvey
  18. (pp. 305-308) O Lord, give thy Holy Spirit. Thomas Tallis
  19. (pp. 309-314) Teach me thy way. Edmund Hooper
  20. (pp. 315-318) Haste thee, O God (part 1). John Shepherd [Sheppard]
  21. (pp. 318-321) But let all them (part 2). John Shepherd [Sheppard]
  22. (pp. 322-327) O Lord, the world's saviour. William Mundy
  23. (pp. 328-331) Hide not thou thy face. Adrian Batten
  24. (pp. 332-337) With all our hearts and mouths. Thomas Tallis
  25. (pp. 338-342) Blessed be thy name. Thomas Tallis
  26. (pp. 343-353) O Lord, I bow the knees of my heart. William Mundy
  27. (pp. 354-362) O God, whom our offences. William Byrd
  28. (pp. 363-369) Deliver me from mine enemies. Robert Parsons
  29. (pp. 370-381) O Lord, grant the king a lone life. Thomas Weelkes
  30. (pp. 382-388) Hear my prayer, O God. William Byrd
  31. (pp. 389-398) Ah, helpless wretch. William Mundy
  32. (pp. 399-404) Out of the deep. Thomas Morley
  33. (pp. 405-412) Out of the deep. Adrian Batten
  34. (pp. 413-423) I will praise the Lord. John Ward
  35. (pp. 424-430) Thou God that guid'st. William Byrd
  36. (pp. 431-439) Deliver me, O God. John Bull
  37. (pp. 440-454) Let God arise. John Ward
  38. (pp. 455-459) O Lord, make thy servant. William Byrd
  39. (pp. 460-467) I lift my heart to thee. Christopher Tye
  40. (pp. 468-474) O Give thanks unto the Lord. Nathaniel Giles
  41. (pp. 475-480) The Lord bless us. Robert White
  42. (pp. 481-486) Christ rising (part 1). William Byrd
  43. (pp. 486-495) Christ rising (part 2) William Byrd
  44. (pp. 496-510) In thee, O Lord. John Bull
  45. (pp. 511-517) In Rama was there a voice heard. George Kirbye
  46. (pp. 518-539) Out of the deep. Matthew Jefferies
  47. (pp. 540-547) Gloria in excelsis. Sing my soul. Thomas Weelkes


  • c 1870-1880


1 volume

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Tenbury 1499

Custodial History

Bookplate of Dr A. P. Glazebrook.


11 1/3 × 9 1/3 inches

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom