Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585

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creatorOf Bull, John, 1562?-1628. L'âge d'or de la musique d'orgue anglaise / John Bull, Thomas Preston, Thomas Tallis... [et al.], comp. ; Kenneth Gilbert, org. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
creatorOf Bull, John, 1562?-1628. L'âge d'or de la musique d'orgue anglaise / John Bull, Thomas Preston, Thomas Tallis... [et al.], comp. ; Kenneth Gilbert, org. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
referencedIn ANTHEMS for four, five, and six voices, by Croft, Tallis, Byrd, Purcell, etc.; in the handwriting of William Walrond. Paper; XVIIIth cent. Folio. [Add 17,842.]Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Anthems.Henry Purcell, composer and organist: Harmoni..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Johnson: Music: 16th-17th centt.Robert White: Music in lute notation: 16th or 17th cent.William Damon: Musical pieces in lute notation: 17th cent.Michael Des Buisons: Musical pieces: 17th cent.John Taverner: Musical pieces in lute notation: 16..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of pieces for the lute by Robert Kindersley, John Dowland, Anthony Holborne, Daniel Bachelor, Robert Johnson, and above all John Sturt, who is probably the compiler of the collection. They consist chiefly of Allemandes, Courantes, Pavans, ..., approximately 1613-approximately 1616 British Library
creatorOf British Library. [Scottish metrical psalms, anthems, hymns, sacred and secular motets] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
creatorOf Lambeth Palace Library. [Psalms, services, and anthems [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn Rochlitz, Friedrich, 1769-1842. Autograph letter signed, dated : Leipzig, 6 May 1833, to Rafael Georg Kiesewetter in Vienna, 1833 May 6. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf BASS PART-BOOK containing services by Dr John Blow, Pelham Humfrey, Dr Henry Aldrich, Henry Purcell, Dr William Child, Thomas Tallis, and anthems by William Byrd and Thomas Tallis; circa 1685. Unfinished. See ff. 36b-40. Preceded (f. 1) by an incompl..., approximately 1685 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. The Baldwin Collection of Motets, etc.: circa 1600, unless otherwise dated. A volume in the script throughout of John Baldwin of Windsor (excepting ff. 87b-89), containing 203 motets, instrumental pieces, canons and contrapunt..., 1590-1606 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Motets, Anthems, Madrigals, etc.: 18th century. A collection of 48 pieces, in score for several voices, mainly with a figured bass. In four different hands, and with a list of contents prefaced to the volume. On f. 101 is a fr..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf MAXWELL DAVIES MANUSCRIPTS. Vols. cxlviii, cxlix. Tallis: Four Voluntaries (J187) and Gesualdo: Two Motets (J189), arranged for brass quintet, and March: The Pole Star (J191), for brass quintet; [1982]-1983. All published Chester Music, 1984.Two volu..., 1982-1983 British Library
creatorOf (1-26.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; end of 17th century. All in score.Paper.1. 5 ff. Byrd (William): Laudate pueri. Motet for 6 voices. From the Tallis and Byrd Cantiones, 1575.2. 2 ff. Byrd (William): Memento homo. Motet for 6 voices. From..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn PRELUDES, fantasies, canons, grounds, etc., for the organ; psalms in short score; and other compositions by Thomas Tallis, W. Byrd, William Blithman, Dr. John Bull, Orlando Gibbons, Edward Bevin, Emanuel Soncino, Francis Forcer, Matthew Locke, and Dr..., approximately 1700 British Library
creatorOf Tallis, Thomas, ca. 1505-1585. A prayer : [Heare the voyce and prayer of Thy servaunts] / Thomas Tallis. New York Public Library System, NYPL
referencedIn Vol. II.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Madrigal: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, ... British Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. II (ff. 175). Miscellaneous compositions, chiefly sacred. Paper. XIX cent.includes:f. 6 b Elizabeth Ellacombe: Music written for: 19th cent. f. 26 b William Leeves, Rector of Wrington, county Somerset: Hymn adapted from: 19..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. II, Altus, ff. iv + 56, Early xvii cent.includes:f. 4 b Cristóbal de Morales, Spanish composer: Motet: early 17th cent.ff. 12-17, 19 William Byrd: Motets: 17th cent.ff. 20-21,21b (no. 2), 24, 24 b John Taverner: Motets, etc.: early 17th ce... British Library
referencedIn "TRISTITIÆ remedium. Cantiones selectissimæ diuersorum tum authorum tum argumentorum; labore et manu exaratæ Thomæ Myriell, A.D. 1616." A collection of glees, sacred pieces, etc., by John Wilby, Richard Deering, Thomas Ravenscroft, Martin Pierson, Jo..., 1616 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Tallis (Thomas). Spem in alium; late 18th century. Motet in 40 parts, in score. With a newspaper cutting pasted on to the flyleaf containing information about its transcription. Once the property of Robert Bremner.Paper. ff. 9... British Library
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems. Imperfect at the beginning. The composers are:-[Robert] Parsons, f. 4. [John] Mundie, ff. 6, 83 b, 9 b, 102, 101 b, 107. [John] Sheppard, ff. 21, 74 b, 93, 97 b, 98 b, 100, 102 b, 105 b. -Woodson, f. 37. [Thomas] Morleie [Morley... British Library
referencedIn CHURCH Music in score, chiefly in the hand of Vincent Novello, viz. :-1. Responses and a setting of part of Psalm cxix., by Thomas Tallis. 2. "Prevent us, O Lord": anthem, by William Byrd. f. 12. 3. Services and anthems, by Dr. Orlando Gibbons, prece..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Forster (Will). The Forster Virginal Book; 1624. There is a list of contents prefaced to the volume signed by Forster and dated Jan. 31, 1624. The book is written in Forster’s hand throughout, and contains 80 compositions for ..., 1624 British Library
referencedIn " A BOOKE of In nomines and other solfainge songs of v: vj vij: and viij : parts for voyces or Instrumentes," written in direct, transverse, and reversed staves, so that all can sing, or play, at once. (Compare the arrangement of John Dowland's First..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn (ff. 173). Vol. iii. MORNING and Evening services, canons, etc., by Henry Purcell, Matthew Locke, Dr. John Blow, Dr. William Child, Orlando Gibbons, Dr. Maurice Green, Daniel Henstridge, Thomas Morley, Anthony Walkley, Rev. Valentine Nalson, Thomas T..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. III.includes:f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc William Byrd: Fantasia, etc: post 1601.f. 51 b, etc Thomas Tallis, ... British Library
creatorOf Peter Maxwell Davies: Music manuscripts and teaching materials, 1959-1990 British Library
creatorOf British Library. [Collection of transcribed vocal music in Italian lute tablature] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
creatorOf Bacheler, Daniel, 1572-1619. [Lute music, organ parts of services] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
referencedIn SACRED and other music, in lute notation, chiefly by William Byrd. Other composers are Thomas Tallis, Nicholas Strogers, William Damon, Filippo de Monte, Ludovico Vittoria, Thomas Crequillon, Giacches de Wert, George Formellis, and Francesco de Rivol... British Library
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems, in organ-score, by Dr. Tye, T. Tallis, W. Byrd, T. Morley, Edmund Hooper, Albert Byrne, A. Batten, O. Gibbons, Thomas Tomkins, Giovanni Ferrabosco, Dr. Child, Dr. W. Turner, and H. Purcell. Paper; ff. 196. Circ. 1700. Formerly b..., approximately 1700 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Tallis (Thomas) and Byrd (William). Cantiones quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur; 18th century. A late copy, in score, including prefatory matter, of the edition published in 1575. A printed titlepage of the original edition is..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf Royal College of Music (Great Britain). Library. [Motets and madrigals, arranged for the lute, in tablature [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn ORGAN-PART of a collection of Anthems and Services by John Amner, Adrian Batten, John Blow, William Byrd, Alfonso Ferrabosco (junr.?), Orlando Gibbons, Pelham Humfrey, William King, G[eorge?] L[oosemore?], H[enry ?] L[oosemore?], Henry Purcell, Thoma..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. xviith cent.includes:f. 16 b Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Part-song on the death of: 17th cent. f. 46 b Henry, Princes of Wales: Lament on his death, set to music: circ. 1613., 17th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION Of music for the virginals, by Thomas Mulliner, master of St. Paul's Choir, London. Among the composers are:-Thomas Tallis, Nicholas Carleton, -Allwood, Richard Farrant, -Blytheman, William Shelbye, Christopher Tye, and Henry Howard, Ea... British Library
referencedIn THOMAS TALLIS: motet 'Spem in alium', in forty parts with accompaniment for a thorough bass, adapted to English words 'Sing and glorifie heavens high Majesty' in honour of Princes Henry and Charles, sons of James I; circ. 1610. Arranged in full score..., approximately 1610 British Library
referencedIn Vol. V. xviith cent.includes:f. 16 b Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Part-song on the death of: 17th cent. f. 46 b Henry, Princes of Wales: Lament on his death, set to music: circ. 1613., 17th century British Library
creatorOf UNCSA Trombone Choir. UNCSA Trombone Choir [sound recording] University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Semans Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of anthems, in score, begun by R[ichard] Guise in 1768, and apparently in his hand. The composers are Henry VIII (?), W. Mundy, O. Gibbons, Tallis, Byrd, Tye, Bull, Child, Blow, R. Parsons, Weldon, Stroud, C. King, Jeremiah Clark, Church, ..., 1768 British Library
referencedIn Sir Peter Maxwell Davies Manuscripts, [1942?]-1992 British Library: Music Collections
referencedIn A VOLUME containing chiefly the treble voice part of various English Madrigals, Psalms, etc., with tablature for the lute. Some of these are by " Mr. Candishe " [Mic. Cavendish ?], J. Dowland, T. Morley, T. Tallis, W. Byrd, and R. Jones. At fol. 18 i..., approximately 1630 British Library
creatorOf Fitzwilliam Museum. Collection of 16th to 18th century sacred songs [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Cosyn (Benjamin). The Cosyn Virginal Book; (1563), circa 1600. There is a list of contents, signed by Cosyn, prefaced to the volume, which contains 90 compositions, in Cosyn’s hand, for the virginal (ff. 2-111) and, in another..., 1563-1605 British Library
creatorOf Finney, Theodore M. (Theodore Mitchell), 1902-1978. Theodore M. Finney Music Manuscript Collection, ca. 1700-1850. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
creatorOf TREBLE PART-BOOK containing twenty-one services by twelve English composers, and, reversing the volume, fifty-four anthems by twenty-three of the same (words only of that on ff. 136b-136 rev.,); 16th-18th cent. Copies, early 18th cent. Indexes of ser..., 16th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 67. CHAGRIN COLLECTION. Vol. lxvi. Miscellaneous papers; 1934-5, 1952-71.ff. 162. Largest size 328 x 248mm.1. ff. 1-46. Notes for talks and lectures by Chagrin; circa 1952-71.2. ff. 47-162. Notes from Nadia Boulanger’s music history classes; ..., 1934-1971 British Library
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XI (ff. 120). "Psalmodia" vol. II; 1842.Music: German chorales, etc., adapted as English hymns: mid. 19th cent.includes:f. 3 b Joachim Decker: Chorale adapted from: 19th cent. ff. 3 b, 4 b Johann Sebastian Bach, composer: C..., 1842 British Library
creatorOf Conservatoire national de musique et de déclamation (France). Bibliothèque. Musique de clavier (virginal) de divers auteurs anglais [microform]. Ohio State University Libraries
creatorOf St. Michael's College (Tenbury, Hereford and Worcester). Library. [Incomplete part-books of Latin motets [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf St. Michael's College (Tenbury, Hereford and Worcester). Library. [A set of four part-books ... containing Latin motets [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn Vol. III, Bassus , ff. ii + 56, Early xvii cent.includes:f. 4 b Cristóbal de Morales, Spanish composer: Motet: early 17th cent.ff. 12-17, 19 William Byrd: Motets: 17th cent.ff. 20-21, 22, 24, 24 b John Taverner: Motets, etc.: early 17th cent.f.... British Library
referencedIn BANKS COLLECTION. Vol. XLIV (ff. 68). Miscellaneous writings, ornamented with initials, portraits of saints, royal arms, etc., cut from a printed book. The principal items are:-(1) Fragments of a transcript of a calendar (latest date 1537), for the ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Thomas Weelkes, composer: Musical settings of the "Cries of London": post 1601.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Motet: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to ... British Library
referencedIn 1. CANTATAS by Benedetto Marcello, including (ff. 40-53) some by George Frederic Handel and (f. 54) by Fortunato Chelleri. ff. 1-62. 2. Church music by English composers, viz. John Shephard (f. 62 b); Baruch Bullman (f. 65 b) ; Thomas Causton (f. 70 ..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:f. 1 b Alfonso Ferrabosco, junior; composer: Motet: post 1601.: Imperf.f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I, Cantus , ff-ii + 56, Early xvii cent.includes:f. 4 b Cristóbal de Morales, Spanish composer: Motet: early 17th cent.ff. 12-17, 19 William Byrd: Motets: 17th cent.ff. 20-21, 21 b (no. 2), 24, 24 b John Taverner: Motets, etc.: early 17th... British Library
creatorOf HYMN TUNES ETC; circa 1761. Inserted between pp. 39 and 41 of the printed volume A small collection of Psalms…sung by the charity-children of…Chichester…(W. Faden, 1761). Nos. 1-21 comprise melodies with bass, in score, of hymns by anonymous composer..., approximately 1761 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III. xviith cent.includes:f. 16 b Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Part-song on the death of: 17th cent. f. 46 b Henry, Princes of Wales: Lament on his death, set to music: circ. 1613., 17th century British Library
referencedIn (ff. 179). Vol. i. FIFTY-ONE anthems by Dr. Maurice Green, Dr. John Bull, William Raylton, Henry Hall, Thomas Tallis, Dr. John Blow, Dr. Henry Aldrich, John Weldon, William Croft, Jeremiah Clark, Albert Bryne, Pelham Humphrey, and the following by He..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. V.includes:f. 46 b, etc Orlando Gibbons, organist and composer: The cries of London set to music by: post 1601.f. 48, etc Patrick Mando: Madrigal: post 1601.f. 50, etc William Byrd: Fantasia, etc: post 1601.f. 51 b, etc Thomas Tallis, co... British Library
creatorOf British Library. [Vocal and instrumental music in three parts] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
referencedIn ANTHEMS (full and verse), in score, many of them with organ accompaniment. One by Dr. Croft (f. 8) is dated 1720. The names of the composers are given in the Index. Paper; ff. 94. XVIII. cent. Belonged to Thomas W. Taphouse, of Oxford (sale-cat. 3 Ju..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf Pembroke College (University of Cambridge). Library. [Six part-books containing services and anthems in English] [microform]. Cornell University Library
creatorOf British Library. [Single countertenor part of Scottish metrical psalms; an Italian Osanna; Latin music; songs; consort music] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
creatorOf Tallis, Thomas, 1505 (ca.)-1585. University Sunday [music]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn COLLECTION of In nomines, etc., without words, followed (at f. 26) by sacred compositions in parts, and (at f. 78) by three Italian songs; by English composers of the 16th century. Paper; ff. 80. Late XVIth cent. Obl. Quarto. British Library
creatorOf New York Public Library. Music Division. [A collection of English anthems [microform] : organ book. The California Digital Library
referencedIn MOTET for forty voices by Thomas Tallis, copies by Thomas Oliphant. Inserted at the end is the three-part glee, " How merrily we live," by Michael Este; printed. Paper; ff. 147. xixth cent. Folio., 19th century British Library
referencedIn SERVICES and anthems, in short score, by T. Tallis, W. Byrd, Adrian Batten, Orlando Gibbons, William Tucker, Michael Wise, William Child, Benjamin Rogers, William King, Henry Aldrich, John Blow, and Henry Purcell. The services and the anthems begin a..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn PAVANS, galliards, and songs for the virginals by William Bird, Thomas Tallis, James Harding, Thomas Weelkes, Dr. John Bull and others; taken principally from Lady Nevill's virginal book, now in the possession of the Marquis of Abergavenny. Paper; ff... British Library
referencedIn ORGAN-PART of a collection of anthems, services, chants, hymns, etc., begun in 1724 by John Bennet, including compositions by Aldrich, Batten, Thomas Bennet, Blow, Child, [Jeremiah] Clark, Crofts, Ferrant [i.e. Farrant], [Robert ?] Fuller, T-G-, [Or..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn MADRIGALS, catches, canons, etc., by the following Composers:-Thomas Morley, [1593], 1594, ff. 3, 30, 39 b, 48 b. John Bartlet; 1606, f. 6. Francis Pilkington; 1605, ff. 6 b, 7 b, 31 b. Thomas Ford. 1607, 1611, ff. 8 b, 23 b. William Child:-"A catch ..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Pembroke College (University of Cambridge). Library. [Services and anthems [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn (ff. 172). Vol. ii. FIFTY-SIX anthems by Thomas Tallis, Michael Wise, Dr. Benjamin Rogers, Dr. Thomas Tudway, Pelham Humphrey, William Tucker, Joseph Harris, Nicholas Wootton, Orlando Gibbons, Dr. Matinee Green, Daniel Henstridge, Henry Aldrich, John..., 17th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Collection of keyboard music [microform]. The California Digital Library
creatorOf THOMAS TALLIS: ‘O salutaris hostia’; 2nd half of 16th century. Written onto blank staves at the bottoms of pp. ii-iii, iii, ii-iii, iii and vi-vii respectively of the Canto, Tenore, Alto, Basso and Quinto printed part-books of Aurelio della Faya, Il ... British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Collection of organ pieces [microform]. The California Digital Library
referencedIn A VOLUME containing the treble part only of Psalms, etc., probably composed for four voices. The music is by John Shepherd, Thomas Tallis, Robert Hasilton, John Mundye, Dr. C. Tye, R. Jonson, J. Taverner, and others; and the Psalms are selected partl..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn 1. Motetta, or Latin anthems, by Thomas Tallis and William Bird, organists of the Chapel Royal. Printed under the heading "Cantiones, quæ ab argumento Sacræ vocantur, quinque, et sex partium, London 1575," f. 3. 2. Cathedral services of Thomas Tallis..., 1763 British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of motetts and madrigals, composed by William Byrde, Giovanni Pier Luigi da Palestrina, Orazio Vecchi, Giovanni Battista Cesati, Peter Philipps, Jacob Clemens Non Papa, A. Tubal, Joannes Mouton, Thomas Morley, Thomas Tallis, Josquin des Pres..., 1770 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS Collection of compositions in score, including:-1. Acting copy of the music in " The Tempest," supposed to have been compoased by Henry Purcell in 1690, omitting several of the numbers published in the only extant (late 18th cent.) edi..., 17th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf Essex Record Office. E.R.O., D/DP Z/1 [microform]. Brown University, Brown University Library
creatorOf VERSIFIED PSALM TUNES; 1710-1762. A composite volume of psalm tunes and other material. There are several marks of ownership, from which it appears that the two main components of the book, the printed collection of Psalm tunes for St Laurence Church..., 1710-1762 British Library
referencedIn Peter Maxwell Davies Manuscripts, Part II, 1950-2006 British Library: Music Collections
referencedIn Vol. IV. xviith cent.includes:f. 16 b Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Part-song on the death of: 17th cent. f. 46 b Henry, Princes of Wales: Lament on his death, set to music: circ. 1613., 17th century British Library
creatorOf PSALM TUNES; after 1712. Added in MS. on inter-leaves to the printed volume The Whole Books of Psalms…by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others (Printed by William Pearson, 1712). Those marked a, below, are for 4 voices and, unless the contrary i... British Library
creatorOf Blow, John, d. 1708. A collection of 17th and early 18th century anthems [manuscript], ca. 1715. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf State University of New York College at Fredonia. Choir. State University of New York, State Teacher's College, Fredonia, New York [sound recording] : Department of Music, 1955 Series. Jewish Theological Seminary of America
referencedIn PEARSALL COLLECTION. Vol. XV (ff. 92). Neat copies of madrigals for four, five aud six voices, in score, most of them with German translations of the original words apparently by Pearsall. The names of the composers are John Bennet, B. Cooke, John Do..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf CHURCH HOUSE MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. XI. Chants for psalms at morning and evening prayer on thirty successive days; collected aft. 1840(watermark f. 10). Imperfect, by the excision of most of the last leaf (f. 33), which bears the remnants of pencil sketch... British Library
creatorOf Royal College of Music (Great Britain). Library. [Motets and madrigals, arranged for the lute, in tablature [microform]. UC Berkeley Libraries
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Part books bearing the inscription Sum Robert Dowi and the date 1581] [microform]. UC Berkeley Libraries
creatorOf R.M.24.f.10-15. ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Tallis (Thomas) and Byrd (William). Cantiones quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur; 18th century. A late copy, in the same hand as R.M.24.f.4-9. and R.M.24.h.1-6., including prefatory matter, of the edition publis..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn PSALMS and solos out of various services, in Eng. and Lat., with musical notes; together with the musical notation of a few secular airs, Fr. and Eng. To some of the services are added the names of the composers, viz.: "R[obert] White," f. 3 b; "Mais..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn 1. " LAMENTABATUR JACOB," for 5 voices, in score, by Cristobal Morales of Seville, being one of the motets sung in the Sistine Chapel on the 4th Sunday in Lent. Taken " from an ancient manuscript formerly in Dr. Pepusch's Library." f. 1. 2. Part of a..., approximately 1840 British Library
referencedIn Vol. II.Music: Sacred and other music in lute notation, chiefly by English composers: 16th or 17th cent.Luca Marenzio, composer: Musical pieces: 16th, 17th centt.William Byrd, composer: Secular music: 17th cent.William Byrd, composer: Sacred music: 1..., 16th century-17th century British Library
creatorOf NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CXVI. Arrangements for organ by, and in the hand of, Vincent Novello; 1806, 1813, n.d. Including works composed by Novello. Some works comprise figured bass lines only. ff. 23. 225 x 285mm. 1. f. 1. Samuel Wesley: 'An Effusio..., 1806-1813 British Library
creatorOf Christ Church (University of Oxford). Library. [Latin motets and some fancies, [Microform] By English composers. MSS. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
creatorOf Tallis, Thomas, 1505 (ca.)-1585. Willmott ms [microform]. UC Berkeley Libraries
creatorOf British Library. [1 Magnificat section, 4 hymns, 3 Lamentations, 23 motets, 4 French secular pieces, 4 Italian secular pieces, 35 textless pieces (In nomines, Fantasias, etc.)] [microform]. University of North Texas Library, UNT
referencedIn BASS PART of a collection of vocal and instrumental pieces of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th centuries, in 3, 4, 5, and 6 parts, made in Scotland by Dauid Meluill, al. Meluine, whose name is written at the foot of each page. Most of the compo... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. xviith cent.includes:f. 16 b Thomas Tallis, composer and organist: Part-song on the death of: 17th cent. f. 46 b Henry, Princes of Wales: Lament on his death, set to music: circ. 1613., 17th century British Library
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