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Consort music for strings

Part-books of consort music for strings in three and four parts by Charles Coleman, Richard Cooke and William Lawes; and (volumes reversed) anonymous lute and lyra viol consort music, two anonymous lute solos, and lute consort music by J. Birchensha, mid-17th cent.
Extents: 2 boxes (0.22 linear metres)
Dates: mid-17th cent.
Collection

Consort music in three and four parts

Four part-books containing consort music in three and four parts, given to Edward Lowe by Theodore Colby and copied by an anonymous scribe, Matthew Hutton and Lowe himself, late 17th cent.
Extents: 0.12 Linear Metres (4 boxes)
Dates: late 17th cent.
Single Item

Four part-books from a set originally consisting of six, containing a collection of vocal and instrumental music

Four part-books from a set originally consisting of six, prepared probably well before 1636 for a collection of vocal music, with more vocal and instrumental consort music added later by Edward Lowe.
Shelfmark: MSS. Mus. Sch. d. 233-236
Extents: 4 Volumes
Dates: Early-mid 17th cent.