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Early Bodleian music; sacred & secular songs, together with other MS. compositions in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, ranging from about A.D. 1185 to about A.D. 1505;

Author: John Stainer; Edward Williams Byron Nicholson; J F R Stainer; C Stainer; Bodleian Library.
Publisher: Farnborough (Hants.) Gregg, 1967.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : LatinView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Instrumental music
Facsimiles
Manuscripts
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Stainer; Edward Williams Byron Nicholson; J F R Stainer; C Stainer; Bodleian Library.
OCLC Number: 10770690
Language Note: Latin, Middle English, and Middle French words.
Notes: Reprint of the 1901 ed. published by Novello and Co., London.
Description: 3 volumes facsimiles 39 cm
Contents: I. Facsimiles --
II. Transcriptions. A lady that was so feyre --
A litil childe ther is ibore --
A man a say --
A nywe werk is come on honde --
A songe to syng y have good right --
Abyde y hope hit be the beste --
Agnus Dei --
Alas departynge is ground of woo --
Alleluya. A nywe werk is come --
Alleluya. Hic est vere martir --
Alleluya. Now wel may we merthis make --
Alleluya pro Virgine Maria --
Alma redemptoris mater --
An hevenly songe y dere wel say --
As I lay upon a night --
Au queer ay un maus --
Ave domina celi regina --
Ave Maria --
Ave regina celorum --
Beata mater --
Blessid be that lorde --
Bryng us in good ale --
... chant ai entendu --
Compassio Marie --
Concupisco --
Dance tune about 1270 --
David ex progenie --
De ma dame vull chanter --
De veri cordis adipe --
Deo gracias Anglia --
Deo gracias persolvamus --
Deus creator omnium --
Diva natalicia --
Domine quis habitabit --
Doucement mi reconforte --
Drynker fille another ale --
Ecce quod natura --
Enixa est puerpera --
Ensi va qui amours --
Eterne rex altissime --
Felix namque --
Foweles in the frith --
Funde virgo ter beata --
Gaude terra tenebrosa --
Glad and blithe mote ye be --
Gloria tibi Domine --
Go'day my lord syre Cristemasse --
Go hert hurt with adversite --
Have I not cause to morne --
Hayl Godys sone in trinite --
Hayl Mary full of grace --
Helas de vous --
Hic est vere martir --
I have set my hert so hye --
I pray you alle --
I rede thou be --
Ie have so longe kepe schepe --
Ja ne m'en repentirai --
Jolietement my teent --
Laus honor virtus gloria --
Les eux overt --
Love wolle I withoute eny variaunce --
Luf wil I with variaunce --
Make we joye now in this fest --
Maria Virgo intercede --
Miles Cristi gloriose --
Mirie it is while sumer ilast --
Mon cur en averoye --
Mult s'aprisme li termines --
My cares comen ever anew --
Nesciens mater virgo --
Novus sol de virgine --
Now wel may we merthis make --
Now wolde I fayne sum merthis mak --
Nowel, nowel --
Nowel syng we bothe al and som --
Nunca fuit pena maior --
O benigne redemptor --
O kendly creature --
Of a rose synge we --
Of one accorde --
Omnes una gaudeamus --
Owre kynge went forthe to Normandy --
Owt of your slepe aryse --
Parfundement plure Absolon --
Petrum cephas ecclesie --
Petrus pastor potissimus --
Psallimus cantantes --
Pura placens pulcra pia --
Quene note --
Regina celi letare --
Regne de pite --
Rex genitor ingenite --
Sancta Maria Virgo --
Se je vous eslonge de l'oeil --
Se mieulx ne vient d'amours --
Speciosa facta es --
Tappster fille another ale --
The merthe of all this londe --
This worle wondreth of al thynge --
Thow holy doughter of Syon --
Thus I compleyne --
Tota pulcra es --
Veni redemptor gencium --
Verbum caro factum est --
Wel com be ye when ye goo --
What tydynges bryngest thou --
With ryth al my herte --
Worldesblis ne last no throwe --
Worshyp be the birth of thee --
Ye have so longe kepyt schepe --
Your mamme schalle have. III. Introduction to the study of some of the oldest Latin musical manuscripts in the Bodleian library, Oxford.
Responsibility: with an introduction by E.W.B. Nicholson, Bodley's librarian, and transcriptions into modern musical notation by J.F.R. Stainer and C. Stainer; edited by Sir John Stainer.

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