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f . 37b.

11. " lo ardo " (a 3). " Simone Molin-
ario." f. 39b.

12. " Deggio dunque partire"; with
second part, " lo partire " ; and third
part, "Ma voi, caro ben." "Luca
Marenzio." [From Madrigals a 5,
book ii, 1581.] f. 40.

13. "Amor, io non potrei." By the
same. [From the same work.] f . 44.

14. "Stella, ch' in ciel " ; with second
part, "E Giulia in ciel." "Marc'
Antonio Ingegneri." From Madrigals
a 5, book iii [1580]. f. 47.

15. "Vaghi boschetti." By the same.
From tlie same work. f. 50b.

16. "Ben ch' io sia certo." By the
same. From the same work. f. 52.

17. " Hor ch' Amor m' ha slegata." By



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167



the same. From the same work.
f.53b.

18. "Go ye, my canzonets" (a 2).
"Morley." [From Canzonets, 1595.]
f. 55b.

19. "I go before my charmer" (a 2).
By the same. From the same work.
f . 56b.

20. "Lasso ch' io ardo." " Luca Ma-
renzio." [From Madrigals a 5, book i,
1580.] f. 57.

21. "Flora, wilt thou torment me"
(a 2). "Morley." [From Canzonets,
1595.] f . 58b.

22. " Se delle voglie sue." " Annibale
Padovano." From Madrigals, book i
[1564]. f. 59.

23. "Now in y^ break of morning"
(a 2). "Morley." f. 61b.

24. "Fire and lightning" (a 2). By
the same. [From Canzonets, 1595.]
f.62.

25. "Oh, d' amarissime onde." "Or-
lando di Lassus." From II Terzo
libro delle Muse a Ci7ique Voci [1561].
f.63.

26. "I bei ligustri " (a 3). " T.
Weelks." [From 4?/eres, 1608.] f. 65.

27. "Say, Phillis, will you love me"
(a 3). By the same. f. 65b.

28. " Credete per schernirmi" (a 3).
" Simone Molinario." f. 67b.

29. " S' egli e ver." " Pomponio
Nenna." [From Madrigals a 5,
book vii, 1608.] f. 72.

30. "En m'oyant chanter" (a 4).
' ' Orlande de Lassus." f . 76.

31. "Sleep, sleep, fond Fancy " (a 4).
"Bennett." [1599.] f. 80.

32. " Accend' i cor a I'arme" (a 6).
" Giaches de Vuert." From Madri-
gals a 6, book ii [1561]. f. 84.

33. "Se fra quest' herb." " Gianetto
da Palestrina." From II Terzo Libro
delle Muse a Cinque Voci [1561]. f . 87.

34. " Quando la voce"; with second
part, "Con humil atto." "Andrea
Pevernage." [From Harmonia Ce-
leste, 1583.] This and nos. 35-52 are
for 4 voices, f . 92.

35. "Per divina bellezza." "Filippo
de Monte." [From Musica Trans-
al^nna, 1588.] f . 93b.

36. " Non mi togl' 11 ben mio." "Marc'
Antonio Ingegneri." [From Madri-



gals a 4, book i, 1578.] f . 94b.

37. " Donna, la bella mano." "Marc'
Antonio Pordenon." [1580.] f. 96.

38. " Per pianto la mia came." "Or-
lando di Lasso." [From Madrigals
a 4, book i, 1560.] f.97.

39. "Io son si vago." "Filippo di
Monte." [From Harmonia celeste,
1583.] f. 98.

40. "Basciami, uita mia." "Noe
Faignient." From the same work,
f . 99b.

41. " Quando benigna Stella." "Bene-
ditto Pallavicino." [1579.] f. 101.

42. " Si grand' e il mio gioire." "Marc'
Antonio Pordenon." [1580.] f. 102.

43. " Ardo, Donna, per voi." "Andrea
Peuernage." [From Harmonia
celeste, 1593.] f. 103.

44. " Non puo, dolce mia vita." "Paolo
Masnelli." [1582.] f . 104.

45. " Questi ch' inditio." "NoeFaign-
ent." [From Harmonia celeste, 1583.]
f. 105.

46. "Dolce mio foco." "Andrea
Pevernage." From the same work.
106b.

47. " Appariran per me." "Orlando
[di Lasso]." [From Madrigals a 4,
book i, 1560.] f. 107b.

48. " Zefiro torna." " Luca Marenzio."
[From Madrigals a 4, book i, 1585.]
f . 108.

49. "Non vegg', ohime." " Gio. di
Macque." [From Madrigals a 4,
book i, 1586.] f . 110.

50. "Sidolcison gli sguardi." "Gio.
Battista Moscaglia." [From Madrigals
a 4, book ii, 1585.] f. 111.

51. "April is in my mistress' face."
"Morley." [1594.] f. 112.

52. "Within an Arbour." By the
same. f. 113.

53. "Vezzosi augelli" (a 3). " Simone
Molinaro." f. 115.

54. " Freno Tirsi"; with second part,
"Cosi moriro." "Luca Marenzio."
[From Madrigals a 5, book i, 1580.]
f. 115b.

55. " Donna crudel." Beginning only,
" Giovan Ferretti." [From Canzone
alia Napolitana, book i, 1568]. f. 117b.

56. " Io mi son Giovinetta." " Claudio
Monteverde." [From Madrigals a 5,
book iv, 1603.] f. 118.



168



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



57. "Come viver poss 'io." "Leon
Leoni." [From Madrigals a 5, book iii,
1595.] f. 121.

58. "Dubbij fra duo." " Girolamo
Casati." [From II Giardino novo,
1605.] f. 123.

59. "Ami, Tirsi." " Grisostomo Rubi-
coni." [1599.] f. 125b.

60. "Pur venisti, cormio." " Salamon
Rossi." [From TMadrigals a 5, book 1,
1600.] f . 127b.

61. " Questa che dolce canta." " Mar-
silio Santini." [1602.] f. 129.

62. "Dimmi, Glori." "Leon Leoni."
[From Madrigals a 5, book v, 1602.]
f . 131b.

63. " Che non fai." " Salamon Rossi."
[From ]\Iadrigals a 5, book i, 1600.]
f . 133b.

61. "Qualdivoisied',oMuse." " Gio-
vanni. Croce." [From Madrigals a 5,



book i, 1585.] f . 135.

65. "Leggiadro mio Pastor." " Gio.
Bernardo Colombi." [1603.] f . 136b.

66. "Rondinella loquace." "Gabriel
Fattorini." [From Madrigals a 5,
book ii, 1604.] f. 138.

67. " Cantiam Muse." " Simons Moli-
naro." [1599.] f . 139b.

63. "Grafcie ch' a poch' il ciel " (a 6).
" Stefano Rossetto." About 1566.
f . 142.

69. "Vagan per I'aria" (a 6); with
second part, "Ma lass'io." " Agos-
tino Agazzari." [1596.] f. 144.

70. " See, see, my dearest treasure "
(a 3). "Morley." f. 149.

71. "The Eagle's force" (a 3). " W.
Byrd." [From Psalmes, Songs, etc.,
1611.] f. 150.

72. "Las, voulez vous" (a 4). " Or-
lande de Lassus." [1555.] f . 151.



Additional 14166, fF. 73-76.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 343).

" Cor mio, deh, non languire " ; for 5 voices, in score, by Alessandro
Scarlatti; apparently transcribed by G. F.



Additional 15516.

Paper ; fi. 48. 18th cent. Oblong folio. The MS. belonged to Joseph Kelway
and afterwards (1782) to Dr. Thomas Bever.

Madrigals or " Cantate " for 2 and 3 voices, with a bass for
harpsichord, in score, here attributed in a later hand to " Bigalio,"
sc. Diogenio Bigaglia, but more probably composed by G. C. M. Clari,
under whose name they appear in a MS. belonging to the Royal College
of Music, in which they are described as vol. iv of his Madrigals.
(See also Add. 14394, 14395, below, p. 189.) Nos. 1-6 are for
2 voices, the others for 3 voices. A brief notice of Bigaglia, by Sir
John Hawkins, is inserted at f. 1.



1. " Piange il Ruscello. f. 3.

2. "L' idolo mio si dolcemente in-
fiamma." f. 6.

3. " Vago Vsignol." f . 9b.

4. " Guerra uoi farmi." f. 12.

5. " Lungi dalla mia bella." f. 15b.

6. " Non ti sdegnar." f . 19.



7. " Piango, sospiro." f. 22b.

8. " Nel bel volto di Clori." f. 27.

9. " Riso dell' Idol mio." f. 32.

10. "Aluago lacio." f . 36.

11. "Lasso adoro una fera." f. 40b.

12. " Zeffiretto gentile." f. 45.



MADRIGALS.



169



Additional 23625, ff. l-67b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Quarto. The MS. belonged at one time to William
Chappell. It also contains some Fantasias (see under String Duets, in vol. iii).

Canzonets, in score, by Thomas Morley, transcribed by Thomas
Barrow from (1) Canzonets, or Little Short Songs to Three Voices . . . 1593
(ff. 1-48), and (2) The First Booh of Canzonets to Two Voices . . . 1595
(fF. 49-67b). The initial words are given in the Index to the present
Catalogue.

Additional 23626, ff. Uh-IOQ passim.

Paper; 18th cent. Quarto. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 83) and
Carols (ib. p. 145).

" Songs of sundry natures ... of 3, 4, 5, and 6 parts . . . By
William Bird . . . 1589," containing, besides other compositions,
19 Madrigals, of which the initial words are given in the Index. The
whole is in score, transcribed by Thomas Barrow.



Additional 24312.

Paper ; ff . 40. 18th cent. Oblong octavo. Presented by Dr. Philip Hayes to
Dr. Edmund Ayrton.

Madrigals, in scox'e, by Alessandro Stradella. Unless the contrary
is stated, they are for 5 voices, and have a bass for harpsichord.



1. " Pupillette amorose"; without a
bass, f . 2b.

2. " Glori, son fido amante." f. 10b.

3. " Piangete, occhi dolenti." f. 17.

4. " E pur giunta " (a 3). f. 24.

5. " Tirsi un giorno piangea " ; without



a bass. f. 26.

6. "Feritevi" (a 3). f. 32.

7. "Colpo de bei vostr' occhi" (a 3).
f.36.

8. " Aure fresche " (a 2). f. 38.



Additional 29291, ff. 3-56 passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Folio, etc. See also under sacred Canons (vol. i, p. 128)
Part music, for 4 voices (unless the contrary is stated), in score.

■Tho'



1. "Hark, jolly shepheards."
Morley." [1594.] f. 3.

2. "Dare you haunt" ("The Fayries
daunce"). " Tho' Ravenscroft."
[From A Brief Discourse.} " 1614."
f.lO.

3. "Awake, sweet Love." This and
nos. 4-6 [from the First book of So7igs,
etc.], by " John Dowland, 1597," are
quasi-partsongs. f. 11.

4. " Come again, sweet love." f. lib.

5. "Away with these" ("Love for
Love "). The words by Sir Fulke



Greville, afterwards (1621) Lord
Brooke, f. 12.

6. "Now, now, I needs must part."
f. 22.

7. "Now is the gentle season." " T.
Morley, 1594." f . 30.

8. "Dye now, my heart." By the
same. [1594.] f. 30b.

9. "Come, Lovers, follow me." By
the same. [1594.] f. 32b.

10. "Joy, joy doth so arise": can-
zonet (a 3). By the same. [1593.]
f.39b.



170



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR,



11. "Lady, those Eyes": canzonet.
By the same. [1593.] f. 41.

12. "As of all states": described as
" Melissomelos, or the Bee's Madri-
gal." The words from "[Charles]
Butler's Feminine Monarchie or
Hist'ry of Bees .... 1634." f . 43.

13. ["Where art thou, wanton."] By



T. Morley. [From Canzonets a 3,
1593.] Imperfect at beginning, f . 47.

14. " Cease, my eyes." By the same.
[From the same work.] f. 48b.

15. "Pur venisti." In compressed
score. "Salomon Rossi." [From
Madrigals, book i, 1600.] f. 56.



Additional 29380, 29381, jyasshu.

Paper ; 18th cent. Narrow oblong duodecimo. The MS. also contains sacred
Choruses (vol. i, p. 161) and a Motet (ib. p. 323).

Chansons, etc., for 3 voices, scored by John Immyns.

29380. Vol. I.



1. " Le Grant desir." "Johannes Mou-
ton." f. 17b.

2. " AUons, gay." " Adrianus Willart."
f.23.

29381. Vol. IL

1. "Hold out, my heart." "Morley."
[Canzonets, 1593.] f. 3.

2. "Blow, shepherds." By the same.
[From the same work.] f. 15b.

3. "Soave libertate." " Simone Mo-
linario," f. 23b.



3. "lemileuay." By the same. f. 27b.

4. "Toutteslesuuictes." "Crequillon."
f . 32b.

5. "Tousioursleal." "Crespel." f.39b.



4. "Pleust a dieu." "Nicolaus Gom-
bert." f. 31b.

5. " C'est done par moy." "Ninon le
Petit." f. 35b.

6. "Amour, amour, tu es par trop
cruelle." " Clement Janequin." f. 41.



Additional 29382-29S85, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Narrow oblong duodecimo. See also under Motets
(vol. i, p. 323).

Madrigals, for 2 voices, unless the contrary is stated, and in parts.

1. "Now each creature joys" (a 4). ! Morley, 1588." i, f. 17 ; ii, f. 16; iii,
" [J.] Farmer." i-iv, f. 2. f. 15b ; iv, f. 15.

2. "Where art thou, wanton" (a 3). 8. "Oh, how pleasant 'tis." Anony-
" Morley." i, iv, f. 3b ; ii, f. 4. mous. i, f. 27 ; ii, f. 23.

3. " Dissi a 1' amata." " Cornelio \ 9. "Oh ye Gods! how sweet." Anony-
Verdouch." i, ii, f. 6b. mous. i, f. 28b; ii, f. 24b.

4. "Cruel, you pull away too soon 10. "Oh fair Daughter" (a 3). " Pre-
your lips " (a 3). "Morley." i, ii, nestini." i, f.37b; ii, f.38; iv, f.35b.
f.8b; iii, f.4. 11. " 0, Forbear awhile." Anonymous.



5. "Cruel, unkind" (a 4). " Bennet."
i, f. lib; ii, f. 12 ; iii, f.6b; iv, f.6.

6. "Cease now thy mourning" (a 4).
"J-° Farmer." i, f . 14b ; ii, f . 13b ;
iii, f. 12 ; iv, f . 10b.

7. "Within an arbour" (a 4). " T.



ii, f. 22b; iv, f. 27.

12. "This Tyrant Queen" (a 3). Anony-
mous, ii, f. 34b ; iii, f. 35b ; iv, f. 42.

13. "Now in the break of morning."
"Morley." iii, f . 8 ; iv, f.7.



MADRIGALS.



171



Additional 29393-29395, ff. I0h-29h passim.

Paper; 18th ceut. Oblong duodecimo. See also under sacred Choruses
(vol. i, p. 162).

Madrigals for 3 voices, in parts.

1. "I saw and was undone." "Morales."
i-iii, f. 10b.

2. "In the merry month of May";
with second part, " Coridon would
kiss her." "Mich' East." [160i.]
i, ff.lTb, 22; ii, f . 17b ; iii, f . 19b.

3. "See, see, my dearest Treasui'e."
This and nos. 4 and 5 are by ' ' [Thomas]
Morley." [From his Canzonets, 1593.]



i, iii, f.29b; ii, f. 28b.

4. "Joy, joy doth so arise." i, iii, f. 28b;
ii, f. 27b.

5. " Cruel, you pull away too soon your
lips." i, f. 26b ; ii, f. 25b ; iii, f. 27.

6. "Phillis, those eyes of yours."
Anonymous, i, f. 24 ; ii, f. 22b ; iii,
f . 24b.



Additional 29400.

Paper; f?. 90. 18th cent. Oblong octavo.

" Di GiULio Renaldi Padouano 1° Libr[o] de Madrigali [a quatro
voci] , . . . Venetia 1583." [The first edition appeared in 1569.] In
score, in the hand of John Immyns. Included is one by Francesco
Pigna (f. 72b). Of the last Madrigal, " Poiche 1' alto valore," there
are two settings (fi". 85b, 86), which can be sung together as an 8-part
composition.

The first lines of all the Madrigals are given in the index at f. 1,
and in the Index to the present Catalogue.



Additional 31393.

Paper ; ff . 18. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Madrigals, etc., in score. ISTos. 2-10 are from Canzonet te Leggiadre
3 voc. di Muggier. Trofio (nos. 2, 5, 7, 10) e Gio. Dom. Itognoni (nos. 3, 4,
6, 8, 9) . . . 1600.



1. "Musica, dulci sono " (a4). " Cipri-
ano di Rore, 1575." f. 1.

2. "A voi, cortese." f. 3.

3. "Amor, deh, dimm'." f . 3b.

4. " Vanne, mia Canzonetta." f. 4.

5. "Dole' ire." f . 4b.

6,7. "Amor, quando fla," and " Pre-

govi, donna." f. 5.
8,9. " Amat' e cara," and " Se per



haverti dato." f . 5b.

10. " S' ai vostri rai." f . 6.

11. "Chi per voi non sospira" (a 5).
"Anibal Zoilo." f. 7.

12. " Poi che ne prieg' ancor" (a 5).
" Oratio Bassani, 1605." f. 9.

13. "Chi per voi uon sospira" (a 5).
" Noe Faignient." f. lib.



Additional 31406, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong duodecimo. The MS. also contains a Motet (vol. i,
p. 325).

Madrigals or Chansons, for 2 voices, in score. Nos. 1-7 were
copied by John Immyns from a MS. dated 1551, which belonged to



172



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR,



Walter Erie, formerly Gentleman, of the Bedchamber to Henry VIII ;
nos. 1-3 were taken from Jan Gero's first book of Madrigals and
Chansons, 1541,

1. " Eefues (sc. r^ves ?) d'amours." f. 1. \ 6. " Je suys desheritee." Anonymous.

2. " Quant j'estoie a marier." f . 3. j f . 13b.

3. " Tant que viurai." f . 6. 7. " Sy mon travail vous peult donner

4. "Jay tant chasse." Anonymous. ! plaisir." Anonymous, f. 15b.
f.8. I 8. "To you, the fairest." "I. I[m-



5. " Je suys tant Men."
f . 10b.



" Certon,"



myns]." Autograph, f. 21b.



Additional 31407, ff. 1-112 passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong duodecimo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 325),

Madrigals, in score, in the hand of John Immyns. The first two
are for 2 voices, and are the composition of the transcriber ; the
others are for 5 voices.

1. " To you, the Fairest." f. 1. I Byrd." [Psalmes, Sonets, and Songs,.

2. "There Ganymede is wrought with j 1588.] f . 75.

living Art." From Dryden's "Virgil." i 9. " Dimmi, Clori gentil." "Leon
f.6. I Leoni." [Madrigals, book v, 1602.}

3. "Giten, bei Fiori " (a 4). "Fran- | f. 78.

cesco Corteccia." [Madrigals, book i, i 10. "Quell' Augellin che canta." By
1547.] f. 23. the same. [Madrigals, book ii, 1591.]

4. "La Giovinetta pianta." "Monte- f . 84.



verde." [Madrigals, book iii, 1592.]
f. 48.
6. "lo mi son Giovinetta." By the
same. [Madrigals, book iv, 1603.]
f.55.

6. "Scendi dal Paradiso." " Luca
Marenzio." [Madrigals, book iv,
1589.] f. 63.

7. " To nonson peromorto." " Giaches
de Wert." [Madrigals, book viii,
1586.] f. 69.

8. " I joy not in no earthly bliss." " W.



11. " Quand' io miro le rose." "Fran-
cesco Bianciardi." Published in 1597,
but here transcribed from II Helicone,
1616. f. 92.

12. " Questi vivo mio sol'." " Gio.
Piccioni." [From 7Z iTcKconc] f. 95b.

13. " Lady, those cherries." " Morley."
[From his Ballets, 1595.] f. 100.

14. "Baci soavi." "[Carlo Gesualdo]
Principe de Venosa." [From Madri-
gals, book ii, 1594.] f. 106.



Additional 31409, passim.

Paper; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 326).

Madrigals, etc., scored by E. T. Warren Home. No. 1 is for
5 voices; the others are for 6. Nos. 23-27, 29-41, and 43 are from
U Lauro Verde, 1583. The rest were published in 1591, unless the
contrary is stated.



1. " Gettano i Ke dal soglio " ; with
figured bass. " Abbat. Steffani." f . 8b.

2. " So saith my fair and beautiful
Lycoris"; " englished by N. Yonge
in the Musica Transal;pi7ia [1597],



from ' Dice la mia bellissima Licori ' "
(given at f. 72). "Luca Marenzio."
f. 21.
3. " Dainty white pearl " ; a similar
version [of " Candide perle"], from



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173



the same work. "Antonio Bicci."
f. 23.

4. "Hard by a chrystal fountain."
From the same work. " Giovanni
Croce." f. 25b.

5. " La rose du mois de May " ; with
canon. " Jn" Mouton, 1545." f . 29b.

6. "Petite camusette " ; with canon.
" Josquin de Pres, 1540." f. 31b.

7. " De retourner mon ami"; with
canon. " Adriano Willeart, 1544."
f.33.

8. " wretched man." " Jno. Wilbye,
1609." f. 35.

9. "Su le fiorite sponda." " Tiburtio
Massaino...l601." f. 37.

10. " Spargan Flora e Giunon." " Rug-
giero Giovanelli." f. 51.

11. " Quand' apparisti." By the same.
"1601." f.54.

12. A " sestina," consisting of " Sperar
non si potea," by " Andrea Gabrieli "
(f. 58b) ; " Sparve ogui nume," by
"Vincenzo Bellhaver" (f. 60) ; " Tra
pure Nevi," by " Claudio [Merulo] da
Correggio " (f. 62b) ; " Tratto fuora
del mar," by " Baldissera Donati "
(f.65); "Italia bella," by " ratio
Vecchi" (f.66b); and " Poi disse
hor," by "Tiburtio Massaino "
(f. 68) ; with the conclusion, " Va,
musa, in[u]anz'," by the same (f. 70b).

13. " Qual vive salamandra." This
and nos. 14-17 are by " Luca Maren-
zio, 1589." f. 74,

14. " Posso, cor mio, partire." "1589."
f. 75b.

15. " Potro viver io." " 1589." f. 77.

16. " Ne fero sdegno " ; with second
verse, " Talche dovunque v6." f. 79b.

17. " Bianchi cigni " ; with second
verse, " Alzate il novo Lauro " ;
and third verse, " Guidate dole'."
f . 83b.

18. " Mi parto, vita mia." " Antonio
Pace, 1589." f. 89b.

19. " Io moriro d' amore." " Luca Mar-
enzio, 1594." f. 91.

20. " Parto da voi." By the same.
"1594." f.92.



I 21. " Se pensand' al partir." " Gio.

I Pietro Manente." f. 93b.

! 22. "Vorria parlare." "Gio. Turn-

hout." f.96b.
1 23. "Chi vuol veder." "Antonio Or-

landini." f. 98.

24. "La giovinetta scorza." " Lelio
Bertani." f. 100b.

25. " Cresci, bel verd'." " Leonardo
Meldert." f. 104.

26. " Liete le muse." " Francesco
Rovigo." f. 106b.

27. "Ecco, il bel Lauro." " Luzzasco
Luzzaschi." f. 109.

28. "Tra rumor di tamburi." " Hu-
berto Waelrant, 1590." f. 112b.

29. " L' aura ch' el verde Lauro." " As-
canio Trombetti." f. 115.

30. "Tra verdi rami." " Hippolito
Fiorino." f. 117b.

31. " Cari, leggiadri et amorosi augelli."
"Paolo Isnardi." f . 120b.

32. "Felice primavera." "Paolo Vir-
chi." f. 123b.

33. "Mentr' io fuggia." " Alessandro
Milleville." f. 126b.

34. " D' un novo e verde Lauro." " Gio-
anni Cavaccio." f. 128b.

35. " Amor, se tua merce." " Jacopo
Corfini." f. 130.

36. " Da questo novo Lauro." " Fran-
cesco Soriano." f. 131b.

37. "Verde (sic) piaggie." "Bartolomeo
Roy." f. 134b.

38. " Come il Lauro non perde." " Le-
andro Mira." f. 136b.

39. " Soura le verdi chiome." "Andrea
Ruotta." f. 139.

40. " Quanto felici s[i]ete." " Filippo
Nicoletti." f. 141b.

41. "Piantagentil." " Nicol6Peruue."
f. 144.

42. "Vientene, Filli." "Gio. Piero
Manenti, 1589." f. 145b.

43. " Gia primavera." " Gio. Battista
Lucatello." f. 147.

44. " Gioi' al mondo." " Michele Comis,
1590." f. 149b.

45. " Cinto m' avea." " Andrea Ga-
brieli, 1590." f. 153.



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Additional 31413, ff. l-7lh passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. The MS. appears to have been presented
by M[ichael] Maybrick to E. Taylor [of Liverpool?] in 1840 (see f. 75). It also
contains a Motet (vol. i, p. 326).

Canzonets, ballets, etc., in score, by Thomas Morley. Said to be
in the hand of Dr. John Alcock, but fF. 1-11 appear to be in a different
hand from the rest of the volume.



1-20. Canzonets . . . to three voyccs

...1593. ff.l-40b.
21. "0 sleep, fond fancy " (a 3). [From

A Plainc and Easie Introduction. . . .

1597.] f. 41.



22. "Arise, awake" (a 5). [From The
Triumphs of Oriana.] " 1601." f. 48.

23-42. [The First Booke of Ballets, to
five voyces .... 1595.] The last
number is wanting, fi. 45b-71b.



The initial words of all the compositions are given in the Index.



Additional 31441, ff. 79b-96, 98b-100.
Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol.-i, p. 326).
Madrigals, etc., in score. Nos. 3-7 have a figured bass.



1. " Com'ly swain": a "fa-la" or
ballet. " John Playford." [From The
Musical Companion, 1667.] f. 79b.

2. "In una siepe ombrosa " (a 5).
"Antonio Lotti." f. 81.

3. "Gettano i Re" (a 5). " Abbat.
Stefiani." f. 89.

4. "Clori, sonfido" (a 5). "StradeJla."
f. 92b.



5. " Al rigor d' un bel sembiante " (a 3) :
described as " La Spagnola." " Agos-
tino Steffani." f. 98b.

6. "Se gia t' amai, Crudele " (a 4).
Anonymous, f. 101.

7. " Mentre lunge ti hai da me":
described as " canzona a 4." " Bonon-
cini." f. 104.



Additional 31442, passim.

Paper; 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 326).

Madrigals for 4 voices. In four parts or volumes (treble, alto^
tenor, and bass).



1-17. [Madrigalls to Foure Voyces....
by John Bennet. . . .1599.] The words
of some of them have been slightly
altered. The initial words are given
in the Index, i, ff. 4-23 ; ii, ff. 4-22b ;
iii, fi. 4-22; iv, ff.4-21.

18. " Dissi air amata." By L. Marenzio.
i, f. 28; ii, iii, f . 22b ; iv, f . 21b.

19. "Appariran per me." By Orlando
di Lasso, i, f. 24 ; ii, f. 23b ; iii, f. 23 ;
iv, f. 22.

20. " Poi che '1 mio largo pianto." By
Pevernage or Lasso, i, f. 25 ; ii, f. 24b ;
iii, f. 24 ; iv, f. 22b.

21. " Oh, che splendor." By Palestrina.
i, f . 25b ; ii, f. 25 ; iii, f . 24b ; iv, f. 23.



22. "I vaghi fior[i]." [By the same.]
i, f.26b; ii, f . 26 ; 'iii, f . 25 ; iv,
f.24.

23. "Mori quasi il mio core." [By
the same.] i, f . 27b ; ii, f . 27 ; iii, f . 26 ;
iv, f. 25.

24. "Veramente in amore." By the
same, i, ii, f. 28 ; iii, f. 27 ; iv, f. 25b.

25. " Grespi dorati crini." Anonymous,
i, ii, f. 29 ; iii, f. 28 ; iv, f. 26.

26. "Donna, vi vidi." By G. M. Nanino.
i, ii, f. 30; iii, f. 28b; iv, f . 26b.

27. " Lego questo mio core." [By the
same.] i, ii, f. 30b ; iii, f. 29b ; iv,
f. 27b.

28. "A che, cor mio, cercate." Anony-



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mous. i, f. 31b ; ii, f. 31 ; iii, f. 30 ;
iv, f. 28.

29. " Ecco mormorar 1' onde"; with
second part, " Ecco gia 1' alba."
Anonymous, i, ii, f. 32 ; iii, f. 80b ;
iv, f. 28b.

30. " Vede nel primo entrare." Anony-
mous, i, ii, f. 33b ; iii, f. 32 ; iv, f. 29b.

31. " Ardi e gela." Anonymous, i, ii,
f.34b; iii, f. 38 ; iv, f. 30b.

82. "Di diletto in diletto." Anony-
mous, i, f. 35b ; ii, f. 35 ; iii, f. 34 ;
iv, f. 31.

83. "Non siachi pensi." Anonymous.
i, f . 36b ; ii, f . 36 ; iii, f. 35 ; iv, f . 31b.

34. "Nel mezzo del giardin." Anony-
mous, i, f. 37b ; ii, f. 37 ; iii, f. 86 ;
iv, f. 32b.

35. "Baciami, vita mia." By N. Faig-
nent. i,f. 88b; ii, f. 38; iii, f. 37b;
iv, f . 33b.

36. " Questi ch' indizio fan." [By the
same.] i, f . 40 ; ii, f . 39b ; iii, f . 88b ;
iv, f. 84b.

37. "Ancor che col partire." Anony-
mous, i, f. 41 ; ii, f. 40b ; iii, f. 89b ;
iv, f . 35b.

88. " graziosa e bella." Anonymous,
i, ii, f.41b; iii, f. 40b; iv, f. 86b.

39. " Morir6, cor mio." "Ferina" (sc.
F. Farina), i, ii, f. 42; iii, f . 41 ; iv,
f.37.

40. " Ahi, che far6." By R. Giovanelli.
i, ii, f. 48 ; iii, f. 42 ; iv, f. 87b.

41. "Prima che spunti il sol." By
Ruffo. i, ii, f. 44; iii, f. 43 ; iv, f. 38b.

42. "Ben mille notti." By the same,
i, ii, f. 45 ; iii, f. 44 ; iv, f. 39.



48. " Con umil atto." By A. Pevernage.
i, f. 46 ; ii, f. 45b ; iii, f. 45 ; iv, f. 40.

44. "Ardo, donna, per vol." [By the
same.] i, ii, f. 46b ; iii, f. 46 ; iv,.
f . 40b.

45. " Dolce mio foco." [By the same.}
i, f. 48 ; ii, f. 47b ; iii, f, 47 ; iv, f. 41b.

46. "Chi salira per me." By G. de
Wert, i, ii, f. 48b; iii, f. 47b; iv,
f . 42b.

47. "Donna bella e gentile." By C.
Verdonck. i, -f. 50; ii, f. 49b; iii,
f. 48b ; iv, f . 43b.

48. " Lasso che per le piaggie." Anony-
mous, i, f. 51 ; ii, f. 50b ; iii, f. 49b ;



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