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Author: Percy C Buck; Edmund H Fellowes
Publisher: London ; New York : Published for the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust by the Oxford University Press, 1922-1929.
Series: Tudor church music.
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Tudor church music.
London, New York, Published for the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust by the Oxford University Press, 1922-29 [v.1, 1923]
(OCoLC)639874792
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Motets; Masses
All Authors / Contributors: Percy C Buck; Edmund H Fellowes
OCLC Number: 834406
Language Note: English or Latin words.
Description: 1 score (10 volumes) : facsimiles, portraits ; 34 cm
Contents: v. 1. John Taverner, c. 1495-1545. Part 1. Tudor church music : historical survey ; Editorial method in relation to sixteenth-century notation ; John Taverner : appendix : documents relating to the Taverners ; Description of mss. and printed books consulted ; Details of mss. consulted ; Masses: The western wynde ; Playn song ; Sine nomine ; Small devotion ; Mater Christi ; Gloria tibi Trinitas ; Corona spinea ; O Michaell --
v. 2. William Byrd, 1543-1623. English church music. Part 1. First preces and Psalms ; Second preces and Psalms ; Lift up your heads ; Preces and responses ; Litany ; Short service ; Second service ; Third service ; Great service ; Alack, when I look back ; Arise, O Lord, why sleepest thou ; Help us, O God ; Behold, O God ; Hear my prayer, O Lord ; How long shall mine enemies triumph over me ; O God, the proud are risen against me ; O God, whom our offences have justly displeased ; O God, give ear ; O Lord, make thy servant ; O Lord, rebuke me not ; Save me, O God ; Sing joyfully ; Thou God, that guid'st both heaven and earth. v. 3. John Taverner, c. 1495-1545. Part 2. John Taverner : an appreciation ; Details of mss. consulted ; Words of motets ; Magnificat I-[III] ; Te Deum ; Audivi ; Dum transisset Sabbatum I-[II, with alternative version of I] ; Gloria in excelsis ; In pace ; Alleluya I-[II] ; Kyrie ; Christe eleison I-[III] ; Sanctus ; Benedictus ; Agnus Dei ; Ave Dei Patris filia ; Christe Iesu ; Gaude plurimum ; Mater Christi ; O splendor gloriae ; Sospitati dedit ; Quemadmodum ; Ecce Mater Iesu spes poenitentibus ; Prudens virgo ; Rex amabilis ; Tam peccatum ; Tu ad liberandum ; Tu angelorum Domina ; Virgo pura ; Traditur militibus ; Esto nobis ; Ave Maria ; Fac nobis ; Sancte Deus ; Sub tuum presidium ; Mass : Sine nomine (English adaptation) ; Mass : Small devotion (English adaptation) ; In trouble and adversity. v. 4. Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625. First preces and Psalms ; Second preces and Psalm ; The Short service ; The Second service ; Almighty and everlasting God ; Almighty God, who by thy Son ; Behold, I bring you glad tidings ; Behold, thou hast made my days ; Blessed are all they that fear the Lord ; Deliver us, O Lord our God ; Blessed be the Lord God ; Glorious and powerful God. Grant, Holy Trinity ; Great King of gods ; Have mercy upon me ; Hosanna to the Son of David ; If ye be risen again ; Lift up your heads ; Lord, grant grace ; O all true faithful hearts ; O clap your hands ; God is gone up ; O God, the King of glory ; O Lord, how do my woes increase ; O Lord, I lift my heart to thee ; O Lord, in thee is all my trust ; O Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not ; O Lord, increase my faith ; See, see, the Word is incarnate ; Sing unto the Lord ; The secret sings ; This is the record of John ; We praise thee, O Father ; Why art thou so heavy, O my soul ; Hymnes and songs of the Church ; Almighty God, which hast given thy only begotten Son ; Out of the deep ; Arise, O Lord God ; Have pity ; I am the Resurrection ; Lord, we beseech thee ; Praise the Lord, O my soul ; Sing we merrily ; So God loved the world ; Thou God of Wisdom ; Unto thee, O Lord --
v. 5. Robert White, d. 1574. Magnificat ; Lamentations ; Ad te levavi oculos ; Appropinquet deprecacio mea ; Deus misereatur ; Domine non est exaltatum ; Domine quis habitabit I, II, III ; Exaudiat te Dominus ; Iustus es Domine ; Libera me Domine ; Manus tuae fecerunt me ; Miserere mei Deus ; Porcio mea Domine ; Precamur I, II, III, IV ; Regina celi ; Tota pulcra es ; Christe qui lux es et dies ; Lord who shall dwell ; O how glorious art thou ; The Lord bless us and keep us ; Appendix: O praise God in his holiness --
v. 6. Thomas Tallis, d. 1585. Mass Salve intemerata ; Mass for four voices ; Qui tollis ; Et expecto resurrectionem ; Benedictus ; Domine Deus ; Qui tollis ; Magnifica ; Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; Alleluya ; Audivi ; Hodie ; In pace ; Sancte Deus ; Lamentations I ; Lamentations II ; Gaude gloriosa Dei mater ; Salve intemerata virgo ; Ave Dei Patris Filia ; Ave rosa sine spinis ; Euge caeli porta ; Cantiones sacrae 1575: Absterge Domine, Candidi facti sunt, Derelinquat impius, Illae dum pergunt concitae, In Ieiunio et fletu, In manus tuas Domine, Mihi autem nimis, Miserere nostri, O nata lux de lumine, O sacrum convivium, Procul recedant somnia, Salvator mundi I, Salvator mundi II, Suscipe quaeso Domine, Virtus honor et potestas ; Adesto nunc propitius ; Domine quis habitabit ; Dum transisset sabbatum ; Haec Deum caeli Dominumque terrae ; Hic nempe mundi gaudia ; Laudate Dominum ; Loquebantur variis linguis ; O salutaris hostia [2] ; Quidam fecit cenam magnam ; Solemnis urgebat dies ; Tu fabricator omnium ; Videte miraculum ; Rex sanctorum ; Spem in alium nunquam habui. v. 7. William Byrd, 1543-1623. Gradualia, Books 1-2. Gradualia, Lib. I, Cantiones quinque vocum. Suscepimus, Deus ; Sicut audivimus ; Senex puerum portabat ; Nunc dimittis ; Responsum accepit Simeon ; Salve, sancta parens ; Benedicta et venerabilis ; Virgo Dei genetrix ; Felix es, sacra Virgo ; Beata es, Virgo Maria ; Beata viscera Mariae Virginis ; Rorate caeli desuper ; Tollite portas ; Ave Maria, gratia plena ; Ecce virgo concipiet ; Vultum tuum ; Speciosus forma ; Post partum, Virgo ; Felix namque es ; Alleluia, Ave Maria ; Gaude Maria ; Diffusa est gratia ; Gaudeamus omnes in Domino ; Assumpta est Maria in caelum ; Optimam partem ; Adoramus ; Unam petii a Domino ; Plorans plorabit ; Gaudeamus omnes ; Timete Dominum ; Iustorum animae ; Beati mundo corde ; Cibavit eos ; Oculi omnium ; Sacerdotes Domini ; Quotiescunque manducabitis ; Ave verum corpus ; O salutaris hostia ; O sacrum convivium ; Nobis datus, nobis natus ; Ecce quam bonum ; Christus resurgens ; Visita, quaesumus, Domine ; Salve, Regina ; Alma Redemptoris Mater ; Ave Regina caelorum ; In manus tuas ; Laetania ; Salve, sola Dei genetrix ; Senex puerum portabat ; Hodie beata Virgo ; Deo gratias ; Quem terra, pontus ; O gloriosa Domina ; Memento, salutis auctor ; Ave, maris stella ; Regina caeli ; Alleluia, Quae lucescit ; Haec dies ; Angelus Domini descendit ; Post dies octo ; Turbarum voces ; Adorna thalamum tuum, Sion. Gradualia, Lib. II, Cantiones quatuor vocum. Puer natus est nobis ; Viderunt omnes fines terrae ; Dies sanctificatus ; Tui sunt caeli ; Viderunt omnes fines terrae ; Hodie Christus natus est ; O admirabile commertium ; O magnum misterium ; Beata Virgo ; Ecce advenit ; Reges Tharsis ; Vidimus stellam eius ; Ab ortu solis ; Venite, comedite ; Surge, illuminare ; Alleluia, Cognoverunt ; Ego sum panis vivus ; O quam suavis ; Iesu nostra redemptio ; Resurrexi ; Haec dies ; Victimae paschali ; Terra tremuit ; Pascha nostrum ; Viri Galilaei ; Alleluia, Ascendit Deus ; Dominus in Sina ; Ascendit Deus ; Psallite Domino ; O Rex gloriae ; Spiritus Domini ; Alleluia, Emitte spiritum tuum ; Veni Sancte Spiritus [2] ; Confirma hoc Deus ; Factus est repente ; Non vos relinquam ; Nunc scio vere ; Constitues eos principes ; Solve, iubente Deo ; Tu es Petrus ; Hodie Simon Petrus ; Tu es pastor ovium ; Quodcunque ligaveris ; Laudate Dominum ; Venite, exultemus. v. 8. Thomas Tomkins, 1572 -1656. Part 1, Services. The Psalmody: Preces, Psalm XLVII, Psalm XV ; First service: Venite, Te Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie, Creed, Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis ; Second service: Venite, Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie, Creed, Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis ; Third service: Te Deum, Jubilate, Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis ; Fourth service: Te Deum, Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis ; Fifth service: Te Deum, Jubilate, Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis --
v. 9. William Byrd, 1543-1623. Masses, cantiones, and motets --
v. 10. Hugh Aston, 1485 --
. John Marbeck, 1510 -85 . Osbert Parsley, 1511-85. Hugh Aston. List of mss. consulted (p. xviii-xix). Words of motets. Masses: Te Deum. Videte manus meas. Motets: Gaude virgo. Te Deum laudamus. Ave Maria ancilla. Ave Maria. O baptista ; John Marbeck. List of mss. consulted (p. 162). Words of motets. Mass: Per arma iustitiae. Motets: Domine Iesu Christe. A Virgin and Mother. Ave Dei Patris Filia ; Osbert Parsley. List of mss. consulted (p. 235). Words of motets. Motets: Conserva me Domine. Lamentationes. Te Deum and Benedictus. Te Deum and Benedictus. Magnificat and Nunc dimittis.
Series Title: Tudor church music.
Responsibility: editorial committee, P.C. Buck [and others].

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schema:description"v. 7. William Byrd, 1543-1623. Gradualia, Books 1-2. Gradualia, Lib. I, Cantiones quinque vocum. Suscepimus, Deus ; Sicut audivimus ; Senex puerum portabat ; Nunc dimittis ; Responsum accepit Simeon ; Salve, sancta parens ; Benedicta et venerabilis ; Virgo Dei genetrix ; Felix es, sacra Virgo ; Beata es, Virgo Maria ; Beata viscera Mariae Virginis ; Rorate caeli desuper ; Tollite portas ; Ave Maria, gratia plena ; Ecce virgo concipiet ; Vultum tuum ; Speciosus forma ; Post partum, Virgo ; Felix namque es ; Alleluia, Ave Maria ; Gaude Maria ; Diffusa est gratia ; Gaudeamus omnes in Domino ; Assumpta est Maria in caelum ; Optimam partem ; Adoramus ; Unam petii a Domino ; Plorans plorabit ; Gaudeamus omnes ; Timete Dominum ; Iustorum animae ; Beati mundo corde ; Cibavit eos ; Oculi omnium ; Sacerdotes Domini ; Quotiescunque manducabitis ; Ave verum corpus ; O salutaris hostia ; O sacrum convivium ; Nobis datus, nobis natus ; Ecce quam bonum ; Christus resurgens ; Visita, quaesumus, Domine ; Salve, Regina ; Alma Redemptoris Mater ; Ave Regina caelorum ; In manus tuas ; Laetania ; Salve, sola Dei genetrix ; Senex puerum portabat ; Hodie beata Virgo ; Deo gratias ; Quem terra, pontus ; O gloriosa Domina ; Memento, salutis auctor ; Ave, maris stella ; Regina caeli ; Alleluia, Quae lucescit ; Haec dies ; Angelus Domini descendit ; Post dies octo ; Turbarum voces ; Adorna thalamum tuum, Sion. Gradualia, Lib. II, Cantiones quatuor vocum. Puer natus est nobis ; Viderunt omnes fines terrae ; Dies sanctificatus ; Tui sunt caeli ; Viderunt omnes fines terrae ; Hodie Christus natus est ; O admirabile commertium ; O magnum misterium ; Beata Virgo ; Ecce advenit ; Reges Tharsis ; Vidimus stellam eius ; Ab ortu solis ; Venite, comedite ; Surge, illuminare ; Alleluia, Cognoverunt ; Ego sum panis vivus ; O quam suavis ; Iesu nostra redemptio ; Resurrexi ; Haec dies ; Victimae paschali ; Terra tremuit ; Pascha nostrum ; Viri Galilaei ; Alleluia, Ascendit Deus ; Dominus in Sina ; Ascendit Deus ; Psallite Domino ; O Rex gloriae ; Spiritus Domini ; Alleluia, Emitte spiritum tuum ; Veni Sancte Spiritus [2] ; Confirma hoc Deus ; Factus est repente ; Non vos relinquam ; Nunc scio vere ; Constitues eos principes ; Solve, iubente Deo ; Tu es Petrus ; Hodie Simon Petrus ; Tu es pastor ovium ; Quodcunque ligaveris ; Laudate Dominum ; Venite, exultemus."@en
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