Glees and madrigals, chiefly written out by dr. Philip Hayes (?), 18th cent.
Glees and madrigals, chiefly written out by dr. Philip Hayes (?), by the following authors:
- Clark, Jeremiah (a duet 'Hail, happy Britain', fol. 71)
- Este, Michael (two, 'O come again', 'Young Cupid', fols. 2, 6)
- Farmer, J. (three, 'You pretty flowers', 'Now each creature joys', 'You'll never leave', imperf., fol. 8)
- Ford, Simon (nine, 'What then is Love', 'Unto the temple', 'Now I see', 'Go, passions', 'Come, Phillis', 'Fair sweet', 'Since first', 'There is a lady', 'How shall I then', fol. 12)
- Galliard, John Ernest ('Join voices', the chorus in Milton's Hymn, fol. 75)
- Ives, Simon ('Now we are met', with an added part, fol. 26v)
- Jenkins, John (two, 'When fair Aurora', 'See the bright light', both with additional parts by dr. Philip Hayes, 12 June 1786: fol. 22)
- Lotti, Antonio ('Or del rigido', fol. 30: written about 1700)
- Morley, Thomas ('O sleep, fond fancy', fol. 38)
- Pilkington, Francis ('Underneath a cypress shade', fol. 40v)
- Playford, John ('Come, let us sit', fol. 42)
- Taylor, Daniel (two, 'O sweet love', 'Come, all the world', fols. 47, 49 v)
- Taylor, John ('Lay that sullen garland', with two added parts, fol. 43)
- Taylor, capt. Sylvanus ('The thirsty earth', fol. 44)
- Weelkes, Thomas (two, 'A country pair', 'Sit down and sing', fols. 53, 55)
- Wilbye, John (four, 'Flow, O my tears', 'Come, shepherd swains', 'O what shall I do', 'At thy feet', fol. 57)
- Wilson, dr. John ('From the fair Lavinian shore', with an added part, fol. 27v).
Four imperfect glees are at fols. 63, 64, 65, 67.
- Creation: 18th cent.
Language of Materials
- Multiple languages
MS. Mus. d. 8
Other Finding Aids
Falconer Madan, et al., A summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford which have not hitherto been catalogued in the Quarto series (7 vols. in 8 [vol. II in 2 parts], Oxford, 1895-1953; reprinted, with corrections in vols. I and VII, Munich, 1980), vol. IV, no. 16713
9 3/4 × 12 1/4 in.