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Fragments of 'Quadrilles' by Mozart and Victor Cornette, and of an unidentified Mass

Fragments of 'Quadrilles' by Mozart and Victor Cornette, and of an unidentified Mass, n.d.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. b. 15, fols. 25-28
Extents: 4 Leaves
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Fragments relating to the chamber opera Heart of Darkness by Tarik O'Regan

Fragments relating to Heart of Darkness by Tarik O'Regan, 2011.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. a. 8
Extents: 3 Leaves
Dates: 2011
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Francesco Gasparini's oratorio 'Judith de Holoferne triumphans'

Score of Francesco Gasparini's oratorio 'Judith de Holoferne triumphans' [Iudith de Olopherne triumphans], copied by two professional Italian hands.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. e. 383
Extents: 95 Leaves
Dates: [1690s?]
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Francis Grose, A provincial glossary (2nd ed., London, 1790), interleaved, with many manuscript notes by James Curry

Francis Grose, A provincial glossary (2nd ed., London, 1790), interleaved, with many manuscript notes by James Curry
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. lang. e. 10
Extents: 513 Leaves
Dates: c. 1790
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Franklin Harvey: Songs, duets and trios, mostly with piano accompaniment

Songs, duets and trios, mostly with piano accompaniment, by Franklin Harvey, 1906-1925.
Extents: 0.3 Linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1906-1925
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Franz Joseph Haydn: 'Son pietosa, son bonina', aria from pasticcio La Circe

'Son pietosa, son bonina', aria from Haydn's pasticcio La Circe with orchestral accompaniment arranged for piano, [?late 18th cent.].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 306
Extents: 4 Leaves
Dates: [?late 18th cent.]
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Franz Joseph Haydn: Two violin concertos

Two violin concertos by Franz Joseph Haydn, mid-19th cent.
Extents: 0.30 Linear metres (2 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: mid-19th cent.
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Franz von Suppé: music for Carl Elmar's farce Dichter und Bauer

Music for Carl Elmar's farce Dichter und Bauer.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 208
Extents: 197 Leaves
Dates: 1857-1873
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Frederick R. Greenish: choral compositions

Choral compositions by Frederick R. Greenish, 1883-1888, n.d.
Extents: 0.33 Linear metres (3 boxes)
Dates: 1883-1888, n.d.
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French and English manuscripts collected by Robert Shackleton

French and English manuscripts collected by Robert Shackleton
Extents: 0.4 Linear metres (8 boxes)
Dates: 18th-20th century
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French songs for voices of various ranges

French songs for voices of various ranges, including airs from an opera, mid-18th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 236
Extents: 228 pages
Dates: mid-18th cent.
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Full score of George Frideric Handel's 'Samson, an oratorio'

Full score of Samson, an oratorio by George Frideric Handel, c 1745-1750.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. b. 130
Extents: 318 pages
Dates: c 1745-1750
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Full score of Handel's Chandos Anthems, nos. 4 and 5

Full score of Handel's Chandos Anthems, nos. 4 and 5, copied by the younger Richard Goodson, [1700s-1730s].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. b. 1
Extents: 1 box
Dates: mid-18th cent.
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G. B. Bassani: Organ part only (figured bass) of 12 sonatas, published as Op. 5, Sinfonie a due, e trè instromenti, con il basso continuo per l'organo ... (Bologna, 1683)

Figured bass part for organ of 12 sonatas, published as Op. 5, Sinfonie a due, e trè instromenti, con il basso continuo per l'organo ... (Bologna, 1683), copied in late 17th or early 18th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c.372
Extents: 16 Leaves
Dates: late 17th-early 18th cent.
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G. Gibbesius, 'Dithyrambus', with pen-and-ink decoration, addressed to William Laud

G. Gibbesius, 'Dithyrambus', with pen-and-ink decoration, addressed to William Laud, 1633.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. misc. e. 102
Extents: 18 pages
Dates: 1633
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Geoffrey Bush: 'Five songs. Words by Fletcher, Constable, Peel, Anon. (Dowland?)'

Five songs by Geoffrey Bush, [c 1950?].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 659
Extents: 16 pages
Dates: [c 1950?]
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Geoffrey Bush: 'Love's labours lost. Opera in two acts'

Drafts and scores of Love's labours lost, opera by Geoffrey Bush, [1977-1988].
Extents: 1.35 Linear metres (9 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: [1977-1988]
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Geoffrey Bush: 'Variations on a theme by Ernest Walker, for 'cello and pianoforte'

Autograph score of Geoffrey Bush's 'Variations on a theme by Ernest Walker, for 'cello and pianoforte', 21 Dec 1939.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 525
Extents: 4 Leaves
Dates: 21 Dec 1939
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Geoffrey Toye: 'The fairy cap. Suite for orchestra (arranged from the ballet-mimodrame of the same name)'

Annotated autograph copy of 'The fairy cap. Suite for orchestra (arranged from the ballet-mimodrame of the same name)' by Geoffrey Toye, Aug-Nov 1912.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. c. 601
Extents: 98 pages
Dates: Aug-Nov 1912
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George Birch, Love elegies (London, 1777)

George Birch, 'Love elegies' (London, 1777)
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. d. 48
Extents: 45 pages
Dates: c. 1777

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Music 444
20th century 254
19th century 218
18th century 180
17th century 166
Music -- Manuscripts -- 20th century 142
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 130
Composers -- England -- Manuscripts 122
Manuscripts 112
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 108
Music -- Manuscripts -- 17th century 83
16th century 56
Anthems 50
Songs with piano 48
Manuscripts, Latin 47
Piano music 38
Chamber music 36
Manuscripts, Greek 31
Motets 30
Suites 29
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x - 15th century 29
Orchestral music 27
Literature 25
Humanities 23
Incidental music 22
Religion 21
13th century 19
14th century 19
Operas 19
Illumination of books and manuscripts 18
Cantatas, Secular 17
Part songs, English 17
x - 12th century 17
Cantatas, Sacred 16
Manuscripts -- Indexes 16
Manuscripts, Medieval 16
Organ music 15
Manuscripts -- Catalogs 14
String quartets 14
University of Oxford -- Examinations -- Music 14
Choruses, Sacred 13
Letters 13
Antiquarians 12
Evening service music 12
Psalms (Music) 12
Theology 12
Bodleian Library 11
Operas -- Excerpts 11
Oratorios 11
Poetry 11
Songs with orchestra 11
x - 11th century 11
Composers -- Correspondence 10
Glees, catches, rounds, etc. 10
Manuscripts -- Medieval 10
Morning service music 10
Poets 10
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Accompanied 9
Operas -- Scores 9
Overtures 9
Sonatas 9
21st century 8
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestra 8
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied 8
Hymns, English 8
Library catalogs 8
Violin and piano music 8
Anglican chants 7
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with orchestra 7
Classical literature 7
Communion service music 7
Madrigals, English 7
Masses 7
Symphonies 7
Trio sonatas 7
Authors, Classical 6
Carols, English 6
English literature 6
History 6
Libraries 6
Madrigals, Italian 6
Music -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles 6
Songs with continuo 6
x - 10th century 6
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with organ 5
Choruses, Secular 5
Composers -- Germany -- Manuscripts 5
Keyboard instrument music 5
Oxford (England) 5
Part-songs, English 5
Piano music (4 hands) 5
Piano music (Pianos (2)) 5
Songs with instrumental ensemble 5
Songs, English 5
Stabat Mater dolorosa (Music) 5
x - 14th century 5
x - 9th century 5
Bible 4
Bodleian Library -- Catalogs 4
Books -- Catalogs 4
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Indexed names
Jenkins | John | 1592-1678 | composer 17
Lowe | Edward | 1610-1682 | composer, music copyist, organist and writer on music 16
Purcell | Henry | c 1659-1695 | composer 14
Handel | George Frederick | 1685-1759 | musical composer 12
Haydn | Franz Joseph | 1732-1809 | Austrian Composer 11
Simpson | Christopher | c 1602/1606-1669 | composer 11
Lawes | William | 1602-1645 | musician and composer 9
Blow | John | 1648-1708 | composer 8
Butterworth | George Sainton Kaye | 1885-1916 | composer and folk song collector 8
Gibbons | Orlando | 1583-1625 | composer 8
Sherard | James | 1666-1738 | apothecary, botanist and amateur musician 8
Bach | Johann Sebastian | 1685-1750 | German organist, composer and Master Contrapuntist 7
Corelli | Arcangelo | 1653-1713 | composer and violinist 7
Croft | William | 1677-1727 | organist and composer 7
Mozart | Wolfgang Amadeus | 1756-1791 | Austrian composer 7
Bodleian Library 6
Palestrina | Giovanni Pierluigi da | 1525?-1594 | composer 6
Pergolesi | Giovanni Battista | 1710-1736 | composer 6
Walker | Ernest | 1870-1949 | author, pianist, and composer 6
Baltzar | Thomas | 1631-1663 | violinist and composer 5
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Bassani | Giovanni Battist | c 1650-1716 | composer 5
Byrd | William | c 1540-1623 | musical composer 5
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 5
Finger | Gottfried | c 1660-1730 | viol player and composer 5
Lully | Jean-Baptiste | 1632-1687 | composer 5
Rossini | Gioacchino Antonio | 1792-1868 | Italian operatic composer 5
University of Oxford 5
Bliss | Philip | 1787-1857 | Antiquary and Editor 4
Boyce | William | 1710-1779 | musician 4
Bridges | Robert Seymour | 1844-1930 | Poet Laureate 4
Bush | Geoffrey | 1920-1998 | composer 4
Finzi | Gerald Raphael | 1901-1956 | composer 4
Gibbons | Christopher | bap 1615-1676 | composer and organist 4
Greene | Maurice | 1695-1755 | organist and composer 4
Howells | Herbert Norman | 1892-1983 | composer 4
Ker | Neil Ripley | 1908-1982 | palaeographer and bibliographer 4
Parry | Sir | Charles Hubert Hastings | 1848-1918 | Knight | composer and musical writer 4
Tallis | Thomas | c 1505-1585 | composer 4
Williams | Ralph | Vaughan | 1872-1958 | composer 4
Withy | Francis | c 1645-1727 | cathedral singer, string player, music copyist, teacher and composer 4
Alfonso Ferrabosco | c 1575-1628 | composer and viol player 3
Bacon | Roger | ? 1214-1294 | philosopher 3
Bennett | Sir | William Sterndale | 1816–1875 | Knight | composer 3
British Museum 3
Butterworth | Sir | Alexander Kaye | 1854-1946 | Knight | railway manager 3
Clarke | Jeremiah | c 1743-1809 | composer 3
Edward VI | 1537-1553 | King of England and Ireland 3
Elizabeth I | 1533-1603 | Queen of England and Ireland 3
Ferguson | Howard | 1908-1999 | composer 3
Ferrabosco | Alfonso | c 1575-1628 | composer and viol player 3
Laud | William | 1573-1645 | Archbishop of Canterbury 3
Loubat | Joseph Florimond | 1831-1927 | Duke of Loubat | bibliophile, antiquarian, sportsman, and philanthropist 3
Madan | Falconer | 1851-1935 | Bodley's Librarian, palaeographer and bibliographer 3
Madden | Sir | Frederic | 1801-1873 | Knight | antiquary and palaeographer 3
Morley | Thomas | 1557/1558-1602 | composer and publisher 3
Munby | Alan Noel Latimer | 1913-1974 | librarian, bibliographer, historian and book collector 3
Parker | George | fl 1869-1897 | antiquary and Clerk of the Schools, University of Oxford 3
Phillipps | Sir | Thomas | 1792-1872 | Baronet | Antiquary, and Collector of MSS and Books 3
Sances | Giovanni Felice | c 1600-1679 | composer and singer 3
Savile | Sir | Henry | 1549-1622 | knight | mathematician 3
Sherwood | Percy | 1866-1939 | composer and pianist 3
Sullivan | Sir | Arthur Seymour | 1842-1900 | Knight | composer 3
Tomkins | Thomas | 1572-1656 | composer 3
Tye | Christopher | ? 1497-1572 | composer 3
Ward | John | c 1589-1638 | composer 3
Wellesz | Egon | 1885-1974 | composer, lecturer 3
Arne | Thomas Augustine | 1710-1778 | composer 2
Avison | Charles | 1709-1770 | composer and writer on music 2
Bartholdy | Jacob Ludwig Felix | Mendelssohn- | 1809-1847 | composer 2
Bartleman | James | 1769-1821 | singer (bass) 2
Bassani | Giovanni Battista | c 1650-1716 | composer 2
Berlioz | Hector | 1803-1869 | composer and conductor 2
Blunden | Edmund Charles | 1896-1974 | poet 2
Bodleian Library | University of Oxford 2
Bourne | Thomas William | 1862-1948 | musical scholar 2
Bracciolini | Poggio |1380-1459 | Italian humanist 2
Brahms | Johannes | 1833-1897 | composer and pianist 2
Caldara | Antonio | 1670-1736 | musical composer 2
Cavalli | Pietro Francesco | 1602-1676 | composer 2
Cheney | Christopher Robert | 1906-1987 | historian 2
Child | William | 1606/1607-1697 | composer 2
Clari | Giovanni Carlo Maria | 1677-1754 | composer 2
Clark | Andrew | 1854-1922 | Clergyman and Antiquary 2
Colista | Lelio | 1629-1680 | lutenist, guitarist and composer 2
Coprario | John | c 1570/1580-1626 | composer 2
Coprario | John | c 1570/80-1626 | composer, viol player and teacher 2
Craster | Sir | (Herbert Henry) Edmund | 1879-1959 | librarian and historian 2
Deneke | Margaret Clara Adèle | 1882-1969 | author and musicologist 2
Elgar | Sir | Edward William | 1857-1934 | Baronet | composer 2
Euripides | c 480-c 406 BC | playwright 2
Ferrabosco | Alfonso | 1543-1588 | composer 2
Ford | Thomas | d 1648 | composer and viol player 2
Gasparini | Francesco | 1661-1727 | composer and teacher 2
Gibson | Wilfrid Wilson | 1878-1962 | Georgian poet 2
Goodson | Richard | 1688-1741 | organist and music copyist 2
Graun | Carl Heinrich | 1703/4-1759 | composer and singer 2
Hacquart | Philip | 1645-1691 | composer 2
Haydn | Johann Michael | 1737-1806 | Austrian organist and composer 2
Henstock | Ida | fl. 1932-1946 | Illuminator 2
Heyther | William | c 1553-1627 | Cathedral singer 2
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Language
English 549
Latin 142
Italian 83
French 49
German 39
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 24
Greek, Modern (1453-) 20
Multiple languages 6
Hebrew 5
Spanish; Castilian 5
English, Middle (1100-1500) 4
Irish 4
Icelandic 4
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 3
Arabic 3
Portuguese 3
Church Slavic; Old Slavonic; Church Slavonic; Old Bulgarian; Old Church Slavonic 2
Dutch; Flemish 2
French, Old (842-ca.1400) 2
Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic 2