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4. "So fer I trow." By tbe same.
f.6b.

5. "My wofull hart." " Sheryngam."
f.7b.

■6. " Demyd wrongfully." Treble only.
Anonymous, f. 9b.

7. "0 my desyre." "William New-
ark." f. 10.

8. "Lett serch your myndis." Contra-
tenor only. "Hamshere." f. 11.

9. " Love fayne would I." Treble only
of 1st verse. Anonymous, f. lib.

10. " Nowe tbe lawe is led." Tenor
only. " Rycardus Davy." f. 12.

11. "That was my woo." "R.Fayrfax."
f. 12b.

12. " Benedicite 1 whate dremyd I."
Anonymous, f . 13b.

13. "To complayne me, alas." Anony-
mous, f . 15b.

14. "Alas, it is I." "Turges." f. 17b.

15. "I am he that hath you dayly
servyd." Treble and part of bass of
1st verse. " Edmund Turges." f . 19b.

16. "I pray daily ther paynys to as-
swage." Contra-'tenor and end of
tenor. Anonymous. f.20.



17. "But why am I so abusyd," with
second part, "I wote nott where."
" William Newarke." f. 20b.

18. " Yowre counturfetyng " ; with
second part, " Hit were to grete pite."
By the same. f. 22b.

19. "Thus musyng." By tbe same,
f. 24b.

20. "Mostclere of colour." " Robard
Fayrfax " (whose arms are introduced
in the illuminated initials), f. 26b.

21. "I loue, loued and loued wolde I
be." By the same. f. 28b.

22. " Alas, for lakof her presens." By
the same. f. 30b.

23. " That was my Joy." Anonymous,
f . 31b.

24. " Sum what musyng " ; with second
part, "Me thynkyth truly." "Ro-
berd Fayrfax." f.33b.

25. "Madam, def rayne " ; with second
part, "I tbynk suerly," and third
part, " I bave yow lent." Anony-
mous, f. 35b.

26. "0 rote of trouth." "Tutor."
f. 38b.

27. "I loue, I loue ; and whom loue ye " ;
with second part, " Ther is afloure" ;
third part, " On that I loue " ; fourth
part, "I chese a floure " ; fifth part,
"The rose it is a ryall floure" ; and
sixth part, "I loue the rose." " Syr
Thomas Pbelyppis." f. 40b.



MADRIGALS.



125



28. " Complayne [I] may " ; with second
part, " I wass, yet will I not." Anony-
mous, f . 46b.

29. "Margarit make"; with second
part, "That goodly las"; third
part, "Her lusty chere " ; and fourth
part, "My margarit I can not mete."
"Browne." f. 89b.

30. " Jhoone is sike"; with second
part, "She is my litell praty on."
" Eychard Dauy." f. 93b.

31. " Ay, besherewe you " ; with second
part, "Be god, ye be a praty pode" ;
and third part, " Walke forth your
way." "William Cornyssh, Junior."
f . 96b.

32. "Who shall haue my fayre lady."
Anonymous, f. 99b.

33. "Hoyda, hoyda, joly rutterkyn."
" William Cornyssh, Junior." f. 101b.

34. "From stormy wyndis " ; with



second part, " blessid lord of
heuyn " ; third part, " Wherfore, good
lord" ; and fourth part, "Now, good
lady" (in honour of Prince Arthur).
' ' Edmund Turges." The date ' ' 1501 "
on f. 105 is apparently in a later hand,
f . 104b.
85. "This gentill day daw[n]es " ; with
second part, " In a glorious garden " ;
and third part, "In that garden be
flouris." Anonymous, f. 108b.

36. ' ' Smale pathis " ; with second part,
' ' Loue is naturall " ; third part, ' ' One
is good"; and fourth part, "But I
will do as I saide." Anonymous,
f.lllb.

37. "Enforce yourselfe" ; with second
part, " Soverayn lord" (sc. Henry
VII); and third part, "God hath
gyfl you." " Edmund Turges."
f . 115b.



Additional 6665, ff. 38b, 65b-68, 71b, 72b, 135b-148.

Vellum and paper ; temp. Henry VIII. Large octavo. See also under Motets
(vol. i, p. 260).

Three-part vocal compositions, in parts, by English composers.
Anonymous (except no. 8).

sc. by Henry VIII (see Chappell's
Popular Music, ed. Wooldridge, 1893,
vol. i, p. 42). fi. 136b, 141b.

9. "Alone, alone! here y am my sylf
alone." f. 140b.

10. ' ' In wyldernes there f ounde I besse . "
InRitson. f. 141.

11. "Come ouer y burne, besse" (see
Chappell, vol. i, p. 121). f. 143b.

12. "Vp y arose in verno tempore."
f. 145b.

13. "Hay how, the mavys." f. 146b.



1. "How shall y piece a creature vn-
certeyne." f. 38b.

2. " My wofuU hert." f. 65b.

3. " Be pes, ye make me spille my ale."
In Ritson's Ancient Songs, f. 66b.

4. "Absensof 5eu." f. 67b.

5. "Now helpe, fortune." f. 71b.

6. " Fayre and discrete." f. 72b.

7. "Myherte ys yn grete mournyng."
f. 135b.

8. " Passetyme with goode cumpany " :
described as " The Kynges Balade,"



Additional 31922, passim.

Vellum; temp. Henry VIII. Small folio. The MS. also contains secular
Canons (above, p. 2), Rounds (above, p. 26), String Trios and Quartets, etc.

Compositions for 3 voices (unless the contrary is stated), in parts,
apparently written early in the reign of Henry VIII (see Catalogue of
Additions for 1882-1887, p. 7).



1. "Fortune esperee" (a 4). Without
words. Anonymous, f. 4b.

2. "AUes, regretz." Without words.



Anonymous, f. 5b.
3. "Een frolyk weson." Without
words. Anonymous, f. 6b.



126



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



4. "Pastyme with good companye "
(a 4), " H[eiiry] VIII." f. 14b.

5. " Adew, mes amours " ; with second
part, ' ' Pardon a moy." ' ' Cornysche."
f. 15b.

6. " Adew, madam " (a 4). "H[enry]
VIII." f. 17b.

7. "Helas, madam" (a 4). By the
same. f. 18b.

8. "Alas, what shall I do " (a 4). By
the same. f. 20b.

9. " my hart." By the same. f.22b.

10. "A dew, a dew, my hartis lust."
"Cornysch." f. 2.3b.

11. "Whoso that wyll bym selff
applye" (a 4). "Kysbye." f. 27b.

12. " The tyme of youthe." " H[enry]
VIII." f. 28b.

13. "The thowght within my brest."
"T. Fardyng." f. 29b.

14. "A[hl] the syghs." " W. Corn-
ysshe." f. 32b.

15. " With sorowfull syghs." "T. Far-
dynge." f. 33b.

16. "If I had wytt." Anonymous,
f. 34b.

17. "Alac, alac, what shall I do."
" H[enry] VIII." f. 35b.

18. "Grene growith y" hol[l]y." By
the same. f. 37b.

19. "Who so that wyll all feattes
optayne." By the same. f. 38b.

20. "Blow J)' hornne, hunter." " W.
Cornyshe." f. 39b.

21. " De tons bien plare." Without
words. Anonymous, f. 40b.

22. " lay pryse amours." Without
words. Anonymous, f. 41b.

23. " A dew, corage." "W. Cornyshe."
f. 42b.

24. "Trolly lolly loly lo syng." By the
same, f . 43b.

25. "I loue trewly." " T. Fardynge."
f . 44b.

26. "Yow and I and Amyas." " Cor-
nysh." f. 45b.

27. "Ougb, warder, mount" (a 4).
Without words. Anonymous, f. 46b.

28. "La season " (sic). Without words.
Anonymous, f . 47b.

29. "If love now reynyd." "H[enry]
VIII." f. 48b.

30. "Gentyl prince de renom " (a 4).
Without words. By the same. f. 49b.

31. "Sy fortune." Anonymous, f . 50b.



32. " Wherto shuld I expresse."
" H[enry] VIII." f. 51b.

33. "ARobyn." " [W.] Cornysh." The
words " I can not think" appear to
be sung by the tenor, unless they
begin a second part, f . 53b.

34. "Whill lyue or breth." By the
same. f. 54b.

35. " Thow that men do call it dotage."
" H[enry] VIII." f. 55b.

36. " Departure is my chef payne." By
the same. The words " It is to me a
ryght gret joy " appear to be sung by
the medius voice, f . 60b.

37. "I have bene a foster." "D[octor?]
Cooper." f.65b.

38. "Fare well my joy"; with second
part, "Though {>" depart." By the
same. f. 66b.

39. "With owt dyscord." " H[enry]
VIII." f. 68b.

40. " I am a joly foster " ; in two parts.
Anonjonous. f. 69b.

41. "Though sum saith that youth
rulyth me " ; in two parts. Anony-
mous, f. 71b.

42. " Madame damours " (a 4). Anony-
mous, f. 73b.

43. " Adew, adew, le company." Anony-
mous, f. 74b.

44. "Whoso that wyll for grace sew."
" H[enry] VIII." f. 84b.

45. " [E]n vray amoure " (a 4). With-
out words. By the same, f . 86b.

46. " Let not vs that yongmen be."
Anonymous, f. 87b.

47. " Lusty yough," with apparently a
I second part, "How shuld yough,"
! of which only the tenor is given.
1 " H[enry] VIII." f . 94b.

48. " With goode order " (a 4). Anony-
mous, f. 96b.

' 49. "Elle sur tautes " (sic); with the
I words " Tota pulcra es " in the bass.
Anonymous, f . 99b.

50. "Englond be glad." Anonymous,
f. 100b.

51. "And I war a maydyn" (a 4).
Anonymous, f. 106b.

52. "Why shall not I." Anonymous,
f. 107b.

53. "What remedy"; in two parts.
Anonymous, f. 108b.

54. " Wherbeye.mylove." Anonymous,
f. 110b.



MADRIGALS.



127



55. " My thought oppressed." Anony-
mous, f. 116b.

56. " Svmwhat musyng " ; in two parts.
Anonymous, f. 120b.



57. "I loue vnloued " ; in two parts.
Anonymous, f . 122b.

58. "Hey trolylolylot mayde, whether
go you." Anonymous, f. 124b.



Additional 30513, f. lb.

Paper ; late Henry VIII. Oblong octavo. See also under Organ Solos in
vol. iii.

" The hier y the ceder ti'ee " : a very short composition for 4
voices, in quasi-score, by T[homas] M[ulliner]. At the top of the page
is written " Labell fyne," i.e. la belle fine (?). See Royal Appendix 58,
ft: 39b, 40.

Royal Appendix 74, ft". 35b, 42.

Paper ; a.d. 1547-1548. Large oblong octavo. See also under Anthems
(vol. i, p. 1).

Vocal compositions ; only two parts given.



1. "When shall my sorowfuU sythyng
slake " ; in parts. The words wanting.
ByTallis(?). f.35b.



2. "Jay veu le cerf " ; in score, f . 42
(reversed).



Royal 20. A. xvi.

Vellum; fi.36. 16th cent. (1st half?). Octavo. On fi. l-3b are some
miniatures in a Flemish hand, and a border, in which occur the initials AA,
connected by a knot.

Chansons for several voices, in parts. Except where the contrary
is stated, they are for 3 voices and anonymous. The contra-tenor is
sometimes called " Concordans."



1. "Leure est venue." By Josquin
des Pr^s. See Add. 11585, f . 23b
(below), f. lb.

2. " Despitant fortune." f.2b.

3. "A la mignonne de fortune"; in
two parts, f . 3b.

4. "Se vous voulez m'estre loyale " ;
in two parts, f . 5b.

5. "En actendant (sic) la grace de ma
dame." f. 7b.

6. " II nest viuant." f. 8b.

7. "Vostrebeaulte." f. 9b.

8. "Cestmal cherc[h]e." By Agricola.
f . 10b.

9. " En efiait, se ne repreues." f. lib.

10. "Par vng Jour de matinee." f. 12b.

11. "Pour faire larlkymie damours";
in two parts, f. 13b.

12. " Soit pres ou loing." f. 15b.

13. " Se je vous eslongne." f . 16b.



14. "Helaz, de vous je me doy bien
complaindre." f. 17b.

15. " Ce nest pas jeu." f. 18b.

16. " Elle en est hors du cueur." f. 19b.

17. "Al[l]ez, regret." f . 20b.

18. " De vous amer." f. 21b.

19. " La Regretee." " Heyne." f. 22b.

20. "Je nay dueil" (a 4); in three
parts, f. 23b.

21. "Royne des flours que ie desire."
f . 26b.

22. "Mon souuenir me fait morir."
"Heyne." f . 27b.

23. "A I'eure que premier vous vis."
"Bouuel." f.28b.

24. "Sire, se vous ne pouruoyez."
" Crespieres." f. 29b.

25. "Que vous madame," with the
words "In pace" in the bass; in
two parts. "Josquin." f. 30b.



128



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



26. "Je say tout"; in two parts, j 28. "Mes pensees." By Josquin (see
f. 31b. I Add. 11585, f. 26b, below), f. 34b.

27. "Nuit at jour." f . 33b. | 29. " Mon loyal cueur." f . 35b.



Additional 19583, ff. 45b-48.

Vellum ; first half of 16th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets
(vol. i, p. 261).

Compositions for several voices. One part only.



1. "En lamour dune dame." Altus
part. "P. De la rue." f. 45b.

2. " Buuons, ma commere." Altus
part. "P. Gannain." f. 46.



3. " Guides vous que dieu uous faille."
Soprano. Anonymous, f. 46b.

4. "Jay veu le regnart." Treble.
" M[aitr]e Jan [de Gero]." f. 47b.



Additional 35087, passim.

Vellum ; first half of 16th cent. Large octavo. See also under Motets.

Chansons for 3 voices, in parts, by Flemish composers, mostly-
anonymous. The v^^ords of nos. 7, 12, 15, 58, 64, 65 are in Gastort
Paris' Chansons du 15' siecle, 1875.



1. " Du bon du cuer." f. 4b.

2. " Myn morken gaf my." f. 5b.

3. "Ic weet een molenarrynne." f. 6b.

4. " Quant je vous voye." f. 7b.

5. " A Dieu, mamour." f . 9b.

6. " Fortuna desperata." f . lib.

7. "En lombre dung buissonet." f . 12b.

8. "Do[o]rt deruen van v, myn lief."
f. 13b.

9. "Myns liefkins claer anscauwen."
f. 14b.

10. "Ic truere." f. 15b.

11. "Myns liefkins bruun ooghen."
f. 19b.

12. " Mon mary m'a diffamee." f . 21b.

13. " Ma maitresse, mamye." f . 22b.

14. "Helas, dame, que jayme tant."
f . 23b.

15. " Se jayme mon amy trop." f. 24b.

16. " Wan ic ghedincke." f. 25b.

17. "Mi heeft een piperken." f. 26b.

18. "Consummo {sic) la mia vita."
f . 27b.

19. "Mon souuenir me faict languir."
By Heyne. f. 28b.

20. "Mais que che fut secretement."
f . 29b.

21. "Nest il pas bien Infortune."
f . 30b.

22. " Nostre saison est bien fortunee."
f. 31b.

23. " Lessies parler." f. 32b.



24. "Verlanghen ghy doet mynder
herten pyn." f. 33b.

25. "Een boer, een boer, so willie
waghen." f. 35b.

26. " Coment peult avoir Joye." " Jo.
de Vyzeto." f. 36b.

27. " Cest mal sarchie " (sic). " [Alex-
ander ?] Agricola." A copy of this is
in the Codex Casanatensis at Rome,
f. 37b.

28. " Verlanghen ghy doet myn herte
pyn." Different from no. 24. f. 38b.

29. "Die crudekins die spruten."
f . 40b.

30. "Waerishy." " Laurentius d[er ?]
a[eltere?]." Founded on the Canon
" Qui me sequitur." f. 41b.

31. " Qui est celuy qui dira mal."
f . 42b.

32. " Je voy, je viens." f. 43b.

33. "Jayme bien mon amy." " Ver-
bonnet." f. 44b.

34. " Wy en sullen niet bedien." f. 45b.

35. "Ic ben zo nav bedwonghen."
f . 46b.

36. " Ghistern auent." f. 47b.

37. " [A] Dieu, myn lief." f. 48b.

38. " Tout plain dennuy." f. 49b.

39. "Eylas, ey my." f . 51b.

40. " 'T meiskin was jonck wel van,
passe." f. 52b.

41. "Adieu, solas." f . 53b.



MADRIGALS.



129



42. "0 Veuus vrau wat dedic (sic)
gheboren." f. 54b.

43. "James {sc. Jamais) n'aymeray."
"Jo. Mouton." f.55b.

44. " Je le la[i]ray, puis quil my bat."
f . 56b.

45. " Troest my, my lief." f. 57b.

46. " Een sotte cluytte." f. 59b.

47. " Ric god, wie sal ic claghen." f . 62b.

48. " Ic west een vrauken." f . 64b,

49. " Quant je vous voy." f. 66b.

50. " Que nest II vray." f. 68b.

51. "Ryckgod, uv moet Ic trueren."
f . 69b.

52. " Sourdes regretz." f. 71b.

53. " [D ?]och weet Ic een jonc
vraukin." f. 73b.

54. " Buuons, ma commere." " Bene-
dictus Appe[n]scelders." f . 78b.

65. " Helas, pour quoy me suige



Mariee." f . 79b.

56. "Pors {sic) seulement rat[t]ente."
f . 80b.

57. " Cest done par moy." By Ninon
le Petit, f. 81b.

58. " Vray dieu damour." f . 84b.

59. "Plaine dennuy." These words
begin thecontra-tenorand tenor parts,
but the bass has the Latin words
" Anima mea liquefacta est." " Loy-
set Compere." f . 86b.

60. " Petite camusette." f . 87b.

61. " Fuyes, regretz." " Anthoine
Feuin." f. 88b.

62. "Amy, I'aurez vous done fortune."
f . 89b.

63. " Je my soloye." f. 90b.

64. "Dieugard demal." f.91b.

65. " On a mal dit de mon amy." f. 93b.



Additional 15166, ff. 70, 89b.
Paper ; after 1567 (?). Oblong octavo. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 2).

Treble part of two vocal compositions, of which the other parts
are lost.

1, "Vaine.vaine. . .all worldly pleasure shrill doe sounde." In a later hand
is but vaine." " [J. ?] Sheperd." | than the last. By W. Byrd, from
f- 70. , his Psalmes, Sonets and Songs, 1588.

2. "In fields abroade where trumpets f. 89b.



Royal Appendix 36-40.

Paper; fi. 49, 48 (vols. ii-v). a.d. 1568. Oblong octavo. Belonged to [John,
Baron] Lumley, who married Joanna, daughter of Henry [Fitzalan, 18th] Earl of
Arundel, mentioned below.

" CA>rTiONES ....(... IMadrigali) Ad quinque voces, Composite ab
Innocentio Alberti de Taruisio . . . musico .... Alfonsi Ducis Ferrai'i^e
et ab illo notate ac scripte. Anno Domini MDLxviii. Pro, . , .Henrico
Comitj de Arundelle." In parts. Most of them are in two divisions j
the first lines of both are given in the Index.



1. "Se da begli occhi." i, f . 4b ; ii-v,
f.2b.

2. " Leggiadra pastorella." i, f. 6b;
ii-v, f . 4b.

8. " Qvesta di lieti et odorati fiori. , . .
vaga ghirlanda." i, f. 8b ; ii-v, f. 6b.

4. "La verginella." The words from
Ariosto. i, f . 9b ; ii-v, f. 7b.

5. "Qvanto sei piu." i, f. 10b; ii-v,
f. 8b.

II



6. "Lieto, felice," i, f. 12b ; ii-v,
f. 10b.

7. "Deh, potess' io." i, f. 14b; ii-v.
f. 12b.

8. "II di che pria de uostr' occhi."
i, f. 15b ; ii-v, f . 13b.

9. "Gli atti; donna gentil." i, f.l7b ;
ii-v, t. 15b.

10. "Crescan pur." i, f . 19b ; ii-v,.
f. 17b.

K



130



YOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



11. "Nova Angioletta," i, f . 21b ; ii-v,

f . 19b. I

12. " Qui, doue corre." i, f. 23b ; ii-v, '
f. 21b.

13. " Vattene. . . .pur superb', altaFer-
rara." i, f. 25b ; ii-v, f. 23b.

14. "Per un' alma gentil." i, f . 27b ;
ii-v, f. 25b.

15. "Chiari lumi." i, f . 29b ; ii-v,

f . 27b. I

16. "S' io son alia dole' ombra." i,
f . 31b ; ii-v, f . 29b.

17. "Mentre fermo '1 pensier'." i,
f . 33b ; ii-v, f . 31b.

18. "La partita crudel." i, f. 35b; ii-



V, f. 33b.

19. " Tvtto '1 di piango." i, f. 37b ; ii-
V, f. 35b.

20. "In qual parte del del." i, f. 39b ;
ii-v, f.37b.

21. "Tanta doglia." i, f. 41b ; ii-v,
f . 39b.

22. " Disperato dolor." i, f. 43b; ii-v,
f . 41b.

23. "Nasce da bella fiamma." i, f. 44b ;
ii-v, f . 42b.

24. " Locar soura gli abissi." i, f. 46b ;
ii-v, f. 44b.

25. "Per secreto diuino." i, f. 48b;
ii-v, f . 46b.



Additional 33933, ff. 60, 77-79b.
Paper ; about 1575-1578. Octavo. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 2).
Compositions for 4 or (no. 3) 5 voices. Contra-tenor part.



1, "When shall my sorov^f-[full sighing
slack]." ByTallis. f.60.

2. "Oparsisparsi." Anonymous, f. 77.
8. "Susan[n]evniour." By O.di Lasso.



f. 77b.

4. "Vniour." Anonymous, f. 78b.

5. "Ecco d' oro 1' eta." Anonymous,
f. 79b.



Additional 32377, ff. 5, 78-79b.

Paper ; about 1584. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 264).

Treble parts o£ the following vocal compositions. Nos. 3 and 4
are anonymous.

1. "Ut re my fa sol la" (for 4 voices). ; 4. " Corri, corri, corri, mamma doro."
"Parsons." f . 5. i f . 78b.



2. "Utmy re." "Byrd." f. 5.

3. "Io uo gridando." f . 78.



5. "Nas[c]e la doglia mia." By G. di
Macque (?). f. 79b.



Additional 31992, passim.

Madrigals, etc., for 4, 5, and 6 voices, by William Byrd and other
composers, mostly foreign, of the second half of the 16th century. See
under Lute Solos (after 1589), in vol. iii.



Additional 30820-30822.

Paper ; ff. 47. After 1597 (see f. 17b). Oblong octavo.

" LiQUiDE perle " : a collection of Madrigals for 5 voices, without the
words, by Benedetto Pallavicino and other composers of the end of
the 16th century. Treble, tenor and bass parts. The dates appended
below are those of the first editions in which the Madrigals in question



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are known to have been published,
volume.

1. " Liquide perle." " LucaMarenzio."
[1580.] f. 1.

2. " Dolci alyestre (sc. alpestri) [parole]."
Probably by G. B. Mosto, 1583.
f.lb.

3. " Tu as tout seul." " Verdoncque." I
f . 2b.

4. "Quelle Eose." "Felice Enerio
(sc. Anerio)." [1589.] f. 3b.

5. "Arte mi siano." " Palevicino."
[1588.] f. 4b.

6. "Amorosette [ninfe]." By the same.
[1593.] f . 5b.

7. "Levoconla [sua man o]." By the
same. [1593.] f . 6b.

8. " 0[c]chi quelle." Anonymous. f.7b.

9. "Con che soavita." "Palevicino."
[1588.] f. 9.

10. " Chiedeipiangendo." By the same.
f.9b.

11. "Natura non mi fe." By the
same. [1590.] f. 10b.

12. "Gia non fia [ver]." "Alfonso
[Ferrabosco, 1587]." f. lib.

13. "Poi chio non [posso]." By the
same. [1587.] f. 12b.

14. " Tra bei rubini " ; in two parts.
Anonymous, f. 13b.

15. " Vdite, amanti." " Josef oGuami."
Published, in 1592, as by Francesco
Guami. f. 15b.

16. " Voi che gia [stanchi]." "Horatio
Vecchi." [1587.] f. 16b.

17. "Che noua [Cinthia] " ; in two
parts. By the same. [1597.] f. 17b.

18. "Di mi, donna." "Claude le
Jeune." [1585.] f. 19b.

19. "Face donques"; in two parts.
"Swelincke." f . 20b.

20. "La belle que." "Verdoncq."
f. 22b.

21. "Bene ragion." [? B. Pallavicino,
1588.] f. 23b.



The foliation is identical in each

22. "Do.nna Cardente (sic)." "Al-
fonso [Ferrabosco, 1587]." f. 24b.

28. "Signor, la vostra [fiamma]." By
the same. [1587.] f . 25b.

24. "Nel piu fiorito." By the same.
[1587.] f. 26b.

25. "Non mi ferir." "Palevicino."
[1588.] f . 27b.

26. " Deggio dunque." " Marenz[i]o."
[1581.] f. 28b.

27. "Damor le ricche [gemme]." By
A. Stabile, 1583 (?). f. 29b.

28. "Si, mi dicesti." "Palevicino."
[1588.] f. 30b.

29. "Non mirar." By the same.
[1588.] f . 31b.

30. "Filli, r alme." By the same,
f. 32b.

31. "Tu pur ti parte {sic)." [By the
same, 1593.] f. 33b.

32. " Se pur offesa." Anonymous,
f. 34b.

33. "Sedemiei." Anonymous, f . 35b.

34. "Chi per voi [non sospira]."
By N. Faignent, 1583. f. 36b.

35. "Dolce mia , . ." Anonymous,
f. 37b.

36. "Ardiegela." Anonymous, f . 38b.

37. "Careselue." Anonymous, f . 39b.

38. "Chi per voi [non sospira]."
Anonymous, f . 40b.

39. "Donna, se voi [m' odiate]." By
Pallavicino, 1593. f . 41b.

40. "Amor io [non potrei]." By Luca
Marenzio, 1581. f. 42b.

41. " Mentre che [qui d' intorno]."
By Pallavicino, 1590. f . 43b.

42. "Force (sic) cagion." ByB. Spon-
tone, 1592. f. 44b.

43. "Oscura notte." By F. Sariano,
1597 (?). f. 45b.

44. "Dolce mio duol." Anonymous,
f . 46b.



Additional 36526, A, passim.

Paper; after 1597. Oblong octavo. The MS. also contains Hymns (vol. i,
p. 183), String music, etc.

Compositions to English words. Imperfect parts (tenor and bass,
unless the contrary is stated). ISTos. 3-15 (alto, or treble, and bass

K 2



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parts) are taken from John Dowland's First BooTce of Songes or Ayres
of foure parts, 1597. The words of nos. 4-6 are given on f. 7b.



1. "In going to my naked bed."
Attributed to R. Edwards, ff. 1, 6.

2. " My little lamb " (treble and bass).
Anonymous, ff. 1, 6.

3-5. "Who ever thinks [or hopes of
love]," "If my complaints," and
"Can she [excuse nay wrongs]."
ff.2, 8.

6-8. "Now, o now [I needs must part],"
" Burst, burst forth [my teares]," and
"Come awaie [come, sweet love]."
fi. 2b, 8b.

9. " Rest awhile." ff. 3, 8b.

10, 11. " Sleep, waiward thoughts," and
"All ye [whom love of fortune]."
fE.3, 9.



12. " Come againe, sweet love." ff . 3b, 9.

13. "His golden locks " (bass), f. 9.

14. "Awake, sweete love." if. 3b, 9b.

15. " Deare, if you chaunge." f. 9b.

16. "Balow . . ." (bass)— not the well-
known " Balow, my babe." f. 5.

17. 18. "Whither shall I hy," and
"Come [love?], lets walke into the
spring" (bass). The latter is not
H. Youll's setting of those words.
f.56.

19. "I sigh" . . . (bass), f . 6.

20. "Jone, quoth John, when will it
be " (tenor) — not the setting of those
words, temp. Henry VIII. f. 6b.



Royal Appendix 23-25.

Paper ; ff . lb-34b passim. 16th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets
(vol. i, p. 267).

Chansons and Madrigals from a MS. which belonged to Derick
Gerrard or Gerarde, who is probably the composer of most, if not all,
of them. Imperfect. Unless the contraiy is stated, the parts which
remain are superius (vol. i), contra-tenor (vol. ii), and tenor (vol. iii).
Nos. 17—23 occur on the same folio in each volume.



1. " Reuiens vers moy." i, ii, f. 2 ; iii,
f.l.

2. " Pandalidon." i, ii, f. 2b ; iii, f. lb.

3. " Soions Joieulx." i, f. 5b; ii, f. 6b;
iii, f . 5.

4. " Joieusement il faict bon viure." i,
f . 6b ; ii, f. 7 ; iii, f. 5b.

5. " Le bergier et la bergiere." i, ii,
f. 7b ; iii, f. 6b.

6. " Ce mois de May." i, ii, f.9b; iii,
f.8b.

7. " Je ue suis pas de ces gens la." i,
f. lib ; ii, f. 15b : iii, f. 10b.

8. " Prenez plaisir." i, f. Ub; ii, f. 18b;
iii, f. 17b.

9. " Oncques amour ne fust." i, f. 15b;
ii, f. lib ; iii, f. 13b.

10. " Tant que en amour." i, f. 16b; ii,
f.l2b; iii, f. 15b.

11. "Amour au coeur" (superius and



contra-tenor), i, f. 17b ; ii, f. 13b.

12. "Par vous seule" (superius and
tenor), i, f. 18b ; iii, f. 16b.

13. "Si jay du mal." i, f.l9b; ii,
f.l9; iii, f. 18.

14. " En attendant." i, f. 20; ii, f. 19b;
iii, f. 19.

15. " Don[n]ez secours." i, f. 20b; ii,
iii, f . 20.

16. "Tousmes amis." i, f . 21 ; ii, iii,
f. 20b.

17. " Ta bonne grace." f. 21b.

18. "Je ne scay pas com[m]ent."
f . 22b.

19. " Je ne desire que la mort." f. 23b.

20. "A dieu celle que jai seruy."
f . 24b.

21. "Je suis aimez" (sic), f . 25b.

22. " Mon coeur chante." f. 31.

23. " La neue i monti intorno." f. 34b.



Royal Appendix 26-30, passim.

Paper; 16th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 268).

Chansons, etc., for 4, 5, and 6 voices, in parts, by Derick Gerarde.
Autograph (?). The five volumes contain respectively " superius," contra-



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tenor (and " medius "), tenor (and 2nd bass), bass, and " quintus "
(and " sextus ") parts. Unless the contrary is stated, they are for



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