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Aristoxenus etc.: musical treatises

Aristoxenus etc.: musical treatises
Shelfmark: MS. Auct. F. 1. 3
Extents: 290 Leaves
Dates: Written late in the 16th century
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Aristoxenus etc.: musical treatises

Aristoxenus etc.: musical treatises
Shelfmark: MS. Auct. F. 1. 4
Extents: 288 Leaves
Dates: Written late in the 16th century
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Collection of In Nomines and anthems by 16th and 17th-century composers

Collection of In Nomines and anthems by 16th and 17th-century composers, [c 1610-c 1625].
Shelfmark: MSS. Mus. Sch. d. 212-216
Extents: 1 box
Dates: [c 1610-c 1625]
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Collection of Latin sacred music of the 16th-18th cent., copied by Rev. Charles Hayward

Latin sacred music of the 16th-18th cent., copied in score by Rev. Charles Hayward, c 1800.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 293
Extents: 188 pages
Dates: c 1800
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Collection of madrigals by Luca Marenzio and Giovanni Ferretti

Collection of madrigals for 5-10 voices by Luca Marenzio and Giovanni Ferretti. Scored up by James Bartleman, [early 19th cent.].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. e. 54
Extents: 200 pages
Dates: [early 19th cent.]
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Collection of vocal and instrumental music, inscribed 'Contratenor. I.P.'

A single partbook containing vocal and instrumental music for various voice-parts (mostly Contratenor). First and third sequences contain works for 6 voices; the second only 5-voice works. Copied by several scribes. Some pieces have text incipits or titles only. Of English origin with possible connections with Sir John Petre (1549-1613), of Ingatestone, Essex, [c 1575-1586].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. e. 423
Extents: 1 box
Dates: c 1575-1586
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Forty-nine French songs (with one Italian and one Spanish), with music

Forty-nine French songs (with one Italian, at fol. 41v, and one Spanish, at fol. 47v), with music.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. D. 237
Extents: 57 Leaves
Dates: Written chiefly in the latter part of the 16th cent.
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Four 16th-17th century English madrigals for 4-6 voices

Four 16th-17th century English madrigals for 4-6 voices in score, copied in the early 19th century, probably for use by a glee club.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 290
Extents: 32 pages
Dates: early 19th cent.
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Four mutilated leaves from the binding of bp. Gervase Babington's Works (Lond. 1615, fol.)

Four mutilated leaves from the binding of bp. Gervase Babington's Works (Lond. 1615, fol.)
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 103
Extents: 37 Leaves
Dates: Written in the first half of the 16th century
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Fragments of liturgical MSS.

Fragments of liturgical MSS.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. liturg. a. 6
Extents: 125 Leaves
Dates: Written in the 11th-16th century
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Fragments of musical MSS.

Fragments of musical MSS.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 143
Extents: 7 Leaves
Dates: Written in the 14th-17th century
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Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: 1st book of motets for 4 voices (Rome, 1563)

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525/5-1594): 1st book of motets for 4 voices (Rome, 1563), scored up by Giovanni Maria Casini and copied by Cosimo Scuffi, late 17th or early 18th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 287
Extents: 346 pages
Dates: late 17th or early 18th-cent.
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Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Three sacred works in English copies

Three sacred works by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina in English copies, c 1840.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. b. 384
Extents: 61 Leaves
Dates: c 1840
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Guard-book of letters and papers, 16th - 19th century

Guard-book of letters and papers, 16th - 19th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 237
Extents: 74 Leaves
Dates: 16th-19th cent.
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Latin sacred music of Emanuele d'Astorga, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Thomas Morley

Latin sacred music in score by Emanuele d'Astorga, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Thomas Morley. English mid-18th-century manuscript copied by 4 different hands.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 294
Extents: 220 pages
Dates: mid-18th cent.
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Liturgical Manuscripts written in Spain and France

Liturgical Manuscripts written in Spain and France, 15th-18th century.
Extents: 0.33 Linear metres (3 boxes)
Dates: 15th-18th cent.
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Luca Marenzio: 7th book of five-part madrigals

7th book of five-part madrigals by Luca Marenzio. Scored up by James Bartleman in September 1819 from the parts of the collected edition of Marenzio's madrigals, Madrigalia quinque vocum.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. e. 53
Extents: 304 pages
Dates: Sep 1819
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Music manuscripts from the Library of St Michael's College, Tenbury Wells

Music manuscripts from the Library of St Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire, [c 1600]-1930.
Extents: 127.16 Linear metres (1136 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: [c 1600]-1930
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Ninety sacred pieces, such as Canticles, Anthems, Creeds, and parts of the Communion service, in English

Ninety sacred pieces, such as Canticles, Anthems, Creeds, and parts of the Communion service, in English.
Extents: 0.33 Linear metres (3 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: Written in about the middle of the 16th cent.
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'... Ordo psalterii secundum morem et consuetudinem Romane curie feliciter incipit ...'

'... Ordo psalterii secundum morem et consuetudinem Romane curie feliciter incipit ...'
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. liturg. b. 1
Extents: 269 Leaves
Dates: Written about A.D. 1500 in Italy (at Reggio?)

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Music 24
17th century 13
18th century 10
19th century 8
Motets 7
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 7
Religion 5
Anthems 4
x - 15th century 4
20th century 3
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied 3
Composers, English 3
Literature 3
Madrigals, Italian 3
Masses 3
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 3
Psalms (Music) 3
Stabat Mater dolorosa (Music) 3
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Indexed names
Byrd | William | c 1540-1623 | musical composer 4
Palestrina | Giovanni Pierluigi da | 1525?-1594 | composer 4
Tallis | Thomas | c 1505-1585 | composer 4
Taverner | John | c 1490-1545 | composer 4
Tye | Christopher | ? 1497-1572 | composer 3
White | Robert | c 1538-1574 | composer 3
Bartleman | James | 1769-1821 | singer (bass) 2
Ferrabosco | Alfonso | 1543-1588 | composer 2
Gibbons | Orlando | 1583-1625 | composer 2
Marenzio | Luca | 1553/4-1599 | composer 2
Pergolesi | Giovanni Battista | 1710-1736 | composer 2
University of Oxford 2
d'Astorga | Emanuele | 1680-1757 | composer 2
Albinoni | Tomaso Giovanni | 1671-1750/1751 | composer 1
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 1
Allegri | Gregorio | 1582-1652 | composer and singer 1
Anerio | Felice | c 1560-1614 | composer 1
Arkwright | Godfrey Edward Pellew | 1864-1944 | bibliographer of 16th-18th century music 1
Arne | Thomas Augustine | 1710-1778 | composer 1
Awbery | John | fl 1700-1799 | Fellow of New College, Oxford 1
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Babington | Gervase | 1549/50-1610 | theologian and bishop of Worcester 1
Bach | Johann Christian | 1735-1782 | composer 1
Baj | Tommaso | c 1650-1714 | composer and singer 1
Bassani | Giovanni Battist | c 1650-1716 | composer 1
Batten | Adrian | d 1637 | English composer 1
Beethoven | Ludwig van | 1770-1827 | German composer and pianist 1
Bernabei | Ercole | 1622-1687 | composer 1
Bianchi | (Giuseppe) Francesco | c 1752-1810 | English composer 1
Blow | John | 1648-1708 | composer 1
Boyce | William | 1710-1779 | musician 1
Bull | John | 1562/1563–1628 | composer 1
Burney | Charles | 1726-1814 | musician and author 1
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 1
Casini | Giovanni Maria | 1652-1719 | church musician and composer 1
Child | William | 1606/1607-1697 | composer 1
Cimarosa | Domenico | 1749-1801 | Italian composer 1
Clarke | Jeremiah | c 1743-1809 | composer 1
Coprario | John | c 1570/1580-1626 | composer 1
Donizetti | Domenico Gaetano Maria | 1797-1848 | Italian composer 1
Dowland | John | c 1563-1626 | lutenist and composer 1
Dupuis | Thomas Sanders | 1733-1796 | composer 1
Durante | Francesco | 1684-1755 | composer 1
Ferretti | Giovanni | c 1540-after 1609 | composer 1
Ford | Thomas | d 1648 | composer and viol player 1
Galuppi | Baldassare | 1706-1785 | Italian composer 1
Greene | Maurice | 1695-1755 | organist and composer 1
Handel | George Frederick | 1685-1759 | musical composer 1
Haseltine | Philip Arnold | 1894-1930 | Music scholar and composer 1
Hasse | Johann Adolf | 1699-1783 | composer 1
Haydn | Franz Joseph | 1732-1809 | Austrian Composer 1
Hayes | Philip | 1738-1797 | Professor of Music at Oxford 1
Hayes | William | 1706-1777 | Professor of Music at Oxford 1
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 1
Jommelli | Niccolò | 1714-1774 | composer 1
Lasso | Orlando di | 1532-1594 | composer 1
Lawes | William | 1602-1645 | musician and composer 1
Marenzio | Luca | 1553/1554-1599 | composer 1
Mayr | Giovanni Simone | 1763-1845 | composer 1
Montagu | Edward | 1602-1671 | 2nd Earl of Manchester 1
Morley | Thomas | 1557/1558-1602 | composer and publisher 1
Mundy | William | c 1528-c 1591 | composer 1
Ouseley | Sir | Frederick Arthur Gore | 1825-1889 | 2nd Baronet | Professor of Music at Oxford University 1
Pachelbel | Johann | 1653-1706 | composer 1
Parsons | Robert | c 1535-1572 | composer 1
Purcell | Henry | c 1659-1695 | composer 1
Sadler | John | ? 1512-? 1591 | translator and music copyist 1
Schubert | Franz | 1797-1828 | composer 1
Sheppard | John | c 1515-1558 | composer 1
Simpson | Christopher | c 1602/1606-1669 | composer 1
Spencer | Robert | 1641-1702 | 2nd Earl of Sunderland | nobleman and politician 1
Spohr | Louis | 1784-1859 | composer 1
St Michael's College | Tenbury 1
Weldon | John | 1676-1736 | composer 1
Wesley | Charles | 1757-1834 | musician 1
Wesley | Samuel | 1766-1837 | musician 1
Whythorne | Thomas | 1528-1595 | Composer 1
Wight | Osborne | d 1800 | Fellow of New College, Oxford 1
Wilbye | John | 1574-1638 | composer and musician 1
Woodson | Leonard | c ? 1565?-? 1641 | composer 1
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Language
English 16
French 3
German 1
Greek, Modern (1453-) 2
Italian 6
Latin 15
Multiple languages 1
Spanish; Castilian 1