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Fuller-Maitland, J.A. (John Alexander), 1856-1936.
English carols of the fifteenth century.
London, Leadenhall Press, E.C. [etc.]; New York, Charles Scribner's Sons 
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J A Fuller-Maitland; W S Rockstro; Trinity College (University of Cambridge). Library.
|Notes:||Words and music.|
|Description:||xi, 62 pages : frontispiece (facsimile) ; 32 cm|
|Contents:||Hail, Mary, full of grace, mother in virginity --
Nowel, nowel, nowel, to us is born our God, Emmanuel --
Alma redemptoris mater, as I lay upon a night --
Now may we singen as it is quod puer natus est nobis --
Be merry, be merry, I pray you, be merry every one --
Nowel sing we, now all and some --
Deo gratias Anglia rede pro victoria --
Now make we merry all and some for Christmas now is come --
Abide, I hope it be the best --
What tidings bringest thou messenger of Christës birth this jolly day? --
Eia martyr Stephane; pray for us, we pray to thee --
Pray for us the prince of peace, amice Christi Johannes --
There is no rose of such virtue as is the rose that bore Jesu --
Appendix: the Oxford version of the Agincourt song.
|Responsibility:||edited by J.A. Fuller Maitland ... with added vocal parts by W.S. Rockstro.|