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iv, f. 44.

49. "A che piu strali." Anonymous,
i, f. 52b ; ii, f. 51b ; iii, f. 51 ; iv, f. 45.

50. " Nuova leggiadra stella." Anony-
mous, i, f. 53b ; ii, f. 52b ; iii, f. 51b ;
iv, f . 46.

51. " Voi volete ch' io muoia." By P.
Philips, i, f. 54b; ii, f. 58b; iii,
f. 52b ; iv, f. 46b.

52. "Amor, se i bei rubini " ; in two
parts. [By the same.] i, f. 55b ; ii,
f. 54b ; iii, f. 54 ; iv, f. 47b.

58. "Era presso a morire." Anony-
mous, i, f. 57b ; ii, f. 56b; iii, f. 56;
iv, f . 49.

54. "Non vidi mai." By L. Marenzio.
i, f. 58b ; ii, f. 57b ; iii, f. 57 ; iv, f. 50.

55. " Qual piu crudel martire." Anony-
mous, i, f. 59b ; ii, f. 58b ; iii, f. 58 ;
iv, f. 51.

56. " Quaudo dagl' occhi." Anony-
mous, i, f. 60b ; ii, f . 59b ; iii, f. 59 ;
iv, f . 51b.



Additional 31490, S. 20-45b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. The MS. also contains sacred Songs (vol. i,
p. 444), Duets (above, p. 80), and Operas and Songs, described below.

Madrigals, with a bass, generally figured, in score, by Barnabei,
so. Giuseppe Ercole Bernabei. They are nos. 5-15 of his Concerto
Madrigalesco a tre voci .... 1669. In the hand of E. T. Wai'ren
Home.



1. "Mar accorte (sic) miei lumi." f. 20.

2. "Perch' iovadolontano da voi." f. 22.

3. "Non merita pieta." f. 24.

4. " Ti lascio, anima mia." f. 27.

5. " Ardo tacito amante." f . 29b.

6. "Ch' iononv' ami." f . 32b.



7. " Spira dagl' occhi suoi." f. 83b.

8. "Tar hora intento." f . 86.

9. "Ardo e taccio." f . 38.

10. " Bei labri." f. 40b.

11. "Oh, se poteste " ; with second part
(?), " Hor, se' 1 gelo." f.42b.



176



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 31506, flP. 176-1 85b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Madrigals for 5 voices, in score, here attributed to Michelangelo
Bossi, but in Add. 30835-30837 (above, p. 136) to L. Marenzio.

3. " Per non mi dir." f. 180b.



1. " prodighi di fiamme." f. 176.

2. " E cosi pur languendo." f. 178.



I



4. " Langue al vostro languir." f. 183b.



Additional 31529.

Paper ; ff. 102. 18tli cent. Oblong quarto.

" DuETTi per camera " ; with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Lotti. They are described as " Madrigali " in Add. 14178 (above,
p. 90).



1. " Tirsi, che fa' il tuo core." f. lb.

2. " N6 che lungi da quel volto." f. 10.

3. " Due cuori a me fan guerra." f. 18.

4. " Al cor di donna amaute." f. 29.

5. "Ben dovrei, occhi leggiadri." f. 36.

6. " Amor, se pur ti duol." f . 44b.



7. " Se con stille frequenti." f. 55.

8. " V ho detto tante volte." f. 65.

9. " Speranze mie." f. 73.

10. "Niso, non posso." f. 80b.

11. " Voi che cercate amore." f. 87b.

12. "Poss' iomorir." f . 95b.



Additional 34071, passim.

Paper; second half of 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Motets
(vol. i, p. 331).

Chansons and Madrigals, in score. The earlier ones are almost all
of them taken from the collections of Gardane and Tylman Susato
(1541-1550). Except where the contrary is stated, they are for
5 voices.

1. " D'amour me plains." " Mai[tre] quin de pres." f. 10b.

Rogier, 1543." This and nos. 2-6 11. " Je ne S(;ais pas comment." "Nic.

are for 4 voices, f. 4. Gombert, 1544." f. 11.

2. " II estait une fiUette." "Cornelius 12. "Le monde est tel." " Tho» Cre-
Canis, 1544." f. 4b. quillon, 1545." f. 12.

3. "Par faulte d'une." " Louuys 13. "De retourner, mon ami" (a 6).
Pieton, 1543." f. 5. " Adrien Vuillart, 1544." f. 12b.

4. " Avecque vous mon amour finera." 14. "Sans lever le pied." "Clemens
" N. Payen, 1544." f . 6. non Papa, 1550." f . 14.

5. "Helas, pourquoi fais tu tant Ian- ' 15. "Phillida mia " (a 2).



" Petrus Lescornet, 1544."
" Philippe de



guir.
f.6b.

6. " Puisqu'ainsi est.
Vuildre, 1544." f.7.

7. "Si vous n'avez, Madame." By T.
Crequillon. "1550." f.8.

8. " Pour ung plaisir qui si pen dure."
" Tylman Susato, 1544." f. 9.

9. " Jenemepuistenir." "Benedictus
[von Appenzell ?], 1544." f. 9b.

10. "Petite camusette" (a 6). "Jos-



"Jhan
Gero, 1545." f. 14b. "

16. "Au jolison" (a 2). By the same.
"1545" (•?). f.l5.

17. "Ditimi o si, o no" (a 4). " Xto-
pher Morales, 1541." f . 15b.

18. " Qual' aniraa ignorante." " Adri-
ano W[illaert ?], 1544." f. 16b.

19. " En ce gracieux mois." "Joannes
Courtois, 1545." f. 18b.

20. "Cherchant plaisir." " Hanache,
1550." f. 19.



MADRIGALS.



177



21. "Adieu, celle que j'ai servi." " [D.]
Gerardus, 1550." f. 20.

22. " Arousez vous." " Benedictus [von i
Appenzell?], 1544." f. 21. I

23. "Endouleur." ••Noel Baulduuyn,
1545." f.22.

24. "Si je me plains." "Benedictus
[von Appenzell ?], 1545." f. 22b.

25. "En tons esbas " (a 4). " Chrispel
(sc. Crespel?), 1549." f. 23b.

26. "Cosi soau' il fuoco" (a 4). Im-
perfect. "Constantio Festa, 1541."
f. 27b.

27. "Quandoritrovola miapastorella"
(a 4). By the same. "1541." f. 28. {

28. "Se mort' in me" (a 4). By the
same, f . 29b. j

29. " Adieu, celle que jai servy." "Eu- '
[s]tatius Barbion, 1550." f. 30.

30. ""Contentounon" (a4). "Clement
Morel, 1549." f. 30b.



31. "Plaisir nay plus" (a4). " Chris-
tianus de Hollandre, 1549." f. 31.

32. " Paineme tourmente " (a 6). "Jo.
Larchier, 1544." f. 32.

33. "Tii-henamia." " Rinaldo del Mel,
1590." f. 40.

34. " Su le fiorite sponde " (a 6). " Ti-
burtio Massaino, 1601." f. 41.

35. " Spargan Flora e Giunon " (a 6).
" Ruggiero Giovanelli, 1591." f. 42.

36. " Quaud' apparisti " (a 6). By the
same. "1601." f . 44.

37. "AM, che faro" (a 4). By the
same. "1591." f . 45b.

38. "Donna, la bella mano." By the
same. "1596." f . 46b.

39. " Le temps qui court " (a 4). "Jo.
Richafort, 1545." f. 50.

40. "Tant ai souffert." "Jaques le
Roy, 1550." f. 51.



Additional 5336, fF. 19, 23-28.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under sacred Canons (vol. i,
p. 124).

Madrigals, in score, nos. 2-4 being taken from Musica Transalpina,
1597.

1. "How merrily we live" (a 3). "Mi- 3. " In flow'r of April" (a 5). "Alfonso
chael Este." f. 19. Perabosco." f. 25b.



2. "The sweet delightful Swan" (a 5).
By 0. Vecchi. f . 23.



4. "Shall I live so far" (a 6).
Marenzio." f. 28.



Additional 14110, ff. 43-88.

Paper; late 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Duets (above, p. 84),

Compositions for 2 voices, except the last, which is for 3 ; with a
bass (partly figured), in score. The name of the composer is not given
here, but as all except no. 5 are know^n to be by Giovanni Carlo Maria
Clari, it may fairly be presumed that that also is by him.



1. " Fuoco la chioma bionda " ; in four
parts, f . 43.

2. "Quando col mio" ; in three paits.
f . 46b.

3. " Nel suo bel prato " ; in three parts.
f. 49.

4. "Lontan dalla sua Fille " ; in two
parts, f. 52b.

5. " Poi disse in brevi." f. 55b.

6. " Spess' amor " ; in three parts.
f . 56b.

7. " Al bosco, al prato" ; in four parts.
II



f.59.

8. "Clori, deh, mira"; in four parts.
f.62.

9. " Gioite pur " ; in three parts, f. 66.

10. " In sogno mi parea " ; in four parts.
f.69.

11. "Ola, chi mi risveglia." f.73.

12. "Amor, tu me 1' hai fatta." f. 77b.

13. " Musa, tu voi ch' io canti." f. 81.

14. " Scelerata fortuna." f.84b.

15. "E ver che Clori h bella" (a 3).
f.88.

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178



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Additional 14208, ff. 104-107.

Paper ; late 18tli cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas (18th cent.).

" Passano i giorni piii lieti " ; for 2 voices with a bass, in score, by
" P[adre] Maestro Martino da Bologna," sc. Giovanni Battista Martini.



Additional 31121.

Paper ; ff. 139. Late ISth cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to H. Sikes, T. Sikes,
and probably to James King (see f. 19b).

Madrigals by Luca Marenzio, scored by Edmund Thomas "Warren
[Horne] from early editions of the parts. The dates given below in
this and the succeeding MS. are those of the earliest known publica-
tion of the respective Madrigals. With the exceptions indicated below,
the Madrigals up to f. 62b (inclusive) are for 5 voices ; the others are
for 6 voices.



1. "Coppia di donn' altera." 1592.
f.2.

2. " Bascia e ribascia." 1593. f. 4b.

3. "Rivi,fontane." 1589. f. 6.

4. " Se' il pensier " (a 8). 1590. f. 8.

5. "Dissial'amata" (a4). 1587. f. 13b.

6. " Tirsi morir volea " ; in three parts.
1580. f. 15b.

7. " Spuntavan gia"; in two parts.
1580. f. 19b.

8. " Mentre r aura spiro " ; in two parts.
1589. f. 24.

9. "Quellauro" (alO). 1582. f . 27.

10. " Giunto a la tomba." 1584. f. 86b.

11. "Dolorosimartir" (sic). 1580. f . 39.

12. "Fair shepherds' Queen," sc. "Ma-
donna, sua merce " (a 4). 1587.
f. 42.

13. " Non al suo amante " (a 4). 1587.
f.43.

14. "0 my loving sweet heart." 1598.
f.44b.

15. " Deggio dunque partire " ; in three
parts. 1581. f. 46b.

16. " Amor, poi che non vuoli " ; in two
parts. 1581. f. 51.

17. "Roseibianche." 1582. f . 54.

18. " Madonna, poi ch' uccider." 1582.
f.56.

19. "Madonna mia gentil." 1580.
f . 57b.

20. "Liquids perl'." 1580. f . 59b.

21. "Che fa hogg' il mio sole." 1580.
f.61.

22. " Hor, pien d' altro desio." 1582.
f. 62b.



23. "Dice la mia bellissima." 1587.
f . 64b.

24. "Qual vive Salamandra." 1581 (?).
f.67.

25. " Posso, cor mio, partire." 1585.
f . 68b.

26. " Potro viver." 1581. f.69b.

27. "Ne fero sdegno"; in two parts.
1587. f. 72.

28. "Bianchi cigni " ; in three parts.

1583. f . 76.

29. "lo morirod'amore." 1585. f. 82b.

30. "Parto da voi." 1585. f . 84.

31. " Viuro dunque lontano da te."
1591. f. 85b.

32. " Leggiadre ninfe." [1591]. Pre-
ceded (at f . 88) by a 3-part arrange-
ment, f. 89.

33. " Cantai gia lieto"; in two parts.

1584. f.91.

34. "Basti fin qui" (a 10). 1588.
f. 95b.

35. "L' aura serena"; in two parts.
1581. f. 103b.

36. " Ecco, che '1 ciel" ; in two parts.
1591. f. 107b.

37. "Vaneggio." 1587. f. 111b.

38. "Dinettare"; in two parts. 1587.
f. 113b.

39. "Amatemi,benmio." 1591. f. 117b.

40. "Nel piu fiorito Aprile." 1581.
f. 118b.

41. " Dolorosa sorte." 1581. f. 120b.

42. "Donna, piu d' altr'." 1585. f. 122.

43. "Giunf a un bel fonte." 1591.
f. 123b.



MADRIGALS.



179



44. " Qual per ombros' " ; in two parts.
1585. f. 126b.

45. " Nel dolce seno della bella Clori " ;
in two parts. 1591. f. 129b.

46. " Spiri, dolce Favonio"; in two



parts. 1591, f . 133.
47. "E pur virtu" (a 4) : second part
of "Apollo, s'ancor" (see Add. 81122,
f. 69, below). 1587. f . 138.



Additional 31122.

Paper ; fE. 146. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio. Bookplate of E. T. Warren
Home. Belonged afterwards to H. Sikes and T. Sikes.

Madrigals, etc., by Luca Marenzio : a second collection in the same
hand. Unless the contrary is stated, they are for 6 voices ; those for
3 voices are more properly speaking " Villanelle."



1. "Baci soavi"; in five parts. 1591.
f.4.

2 . " Leggiadrissima eterna primavera ' ' ;
in two parts. 1591. f. 15b.

3. " Come in[n]anti del' alba" ; in two
parts. 1581. f. 19b.

4. " O quante volte." 1585. f . 23b.

5. "Mentre sia caldo il sol." 1581.
f.25.

6. "Strinse Amarilli." 1581. f. 27b.

7. " Come fuogir." 1591. f.29b.

8. "Inun lucidorio." 1585. f. 31b.

9. "Vaghicapeir." 1584. f. 83.

10. " Stringeami Galatea"; in two
parts 1585. f. 36.

11. "Cantate, ninfe." 1581. f. 38b.

12. " che soave e nou inteso baccio."
1587. f. 40b.

13. " Ben mi credetti." 1581. f.43.

14. " Se bramate ch' io mora." 1587.
f . 45b.

15. " Vita de la mia vita." 1584.
f.47.

16. "Caro Aminta"; in two parts.
1587. f. 49.

17. " Vatene, anima mia." 1587. f. 51.

18. "Tigremia." 1585. f. 53.

19. " Tutte sue squadre." 1584. f.55b.

20. " Non vidi mai doppo notturna
pioggia" (a 4). 1585. f. 58.

21. "II ladro ch' a la strada" (a 3).

1584. f . 60.

22. " Veggio, dolce mio bene" (a 4).

1585. f. 60b.

23. "Veni {sc. Tuoni), lampi " (a 8).
1587. f. 61b.

24. "Amor e ritornato " (a 3). 1585.
f.62.

25. " bella man' " (a 4) ; in two parts.
1585. f. 62b.



26. " Donna, da vostri sguardi" (a 3).
1584. f . 66.

27. "Hor vedi, amor" (a 4). 1585.
f . 66b.

28. " Se gia fatto pittore " (a 3). 1585.
f . 68b.

29. "Apollo, s'ancor viv' " (a 4). 1585.
f.69.

80. " Non e dolor " (a 3). 1584, f. 70b.

31. "SeLe[g]getenelviso"(a3). 1587.
f.71.

32. " S' a veder voi non vengo." 1591.
f. 71b.

83. "Questa ordi il laccio." 1587.
f . 72b.

34. "Ahimi, tal fu amore." 1581.

35. "In un bel bosco" ; in two parts.

1584. f . 76.

36. " Passandro con pensier " ; in three
parts. 1584. f. 80b.

37. " Pilli mia bella." 1584. f . 85b.

38. "Vaghieliete (sic) fanciuUi." 1581.
f . 87b.

39. " Quell' ombra esser vorrei." 1585.
f.89.

40. " Arsi gran tempo " ; in two parts.
1587. f. 90b.

41. " Dono Cinthia [a] Damone." 1585.
f.95.

42. " Per duo coram." 1581. f . 96.

43. " Piangea Filli." 1585. f . 97b.

44. " Danzava con maniere " ; in two
parts. 1585. f . 99b.

45. " Dai bei labri." 1585. f . 108b.

46. " Con dolce sguardo " ; in two parts.

1585. f. 105.

47. " Tra 1' herbe " ; in two parts. 1587.
f . 108b.

48. " Deh, rinforzate." 1581. f. 112.

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180



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



49. " Cedan r antiche " ; in two parts.
1581. f. 114.

50. " Del cibo " ; in two parts. 1584.
f. 118.

51. " Fuggi, speme mia." 1584. f.l22b.

52. " Sul' ampia fronte " ; in two parts.
1585. f. 124.

53. " Satiati, amor." 1584. f. 127.

54. " Nessun visse giamai." 1581.
f . 129.

55. " Non porta ghiaccio." 1587.
f . 130b.

56. " OccM sereni." 1581. f. 132b.



57. " Crudel, perche mi fuggi." 1587.
f. 134.

58. " lo vidi gia." 1584. f . 135b.

59. " Con la sua man'." 1591. f. 137.

60. "Non e questa la mauo." 1581.
f . 138b.

61. " Mentre sul far del giorno." 1581.
f . 140b.

62. "Al Euon de le dolcissime parole."
1581. f. 142.

63. " La dipartita e amara." 1587.
f . 143b.

64. " E s' io mi doglio." 1584. f. 145.



Additional 31399, if. 100, 102.

Paper; late 18tb cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 335),

Compositions for 4 voices, with a bass, in score. By Claudio
Monteverde.



1. "Tudormi." f . 100.



2. "Allume (sc. Al lume) delle stelle."
f. 102.



Additional 31462, ff. 66b, 67.

Paper ; lato 18th cent. Large oblong octavo. See also under sacred Canons
(vol. i, p. 124).

" The Silver Svva.n," by Orlando Gibbons. Tiiird treble and bass
parts.

Additional 31538.

Paper ; ff. 49. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" Terzetti " : 3-part Madrigals with a bass for harpsichord, in
score, by Clari. See Add. 15516, ff. 22b-45 (above, p. 168).



1. " Piango, sospiro." f. 2.

2. " Nel bel uolto di Clori." f. 10b.

3. " Riso deir idol mio." f. 18.



4. " Al uago laccio." f . 24b.

5. " Lasso Adoro una Fera." f. 32b.

6. " Zeffiretto gentile." f. 41.



Additional 31539, ff. 9-1 08b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Duets (above, p. 85).

" DuETTi Serij " ; with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Clari.
Unless the contrary is stated, they are divided into three parts.



1. " Piange il ruscello." f. 2b.

2. " L' Idolo mio si dolcemente."
f . lib.

3. "Vago usignol." f. 21.

4. " Guerra vuoi farmi." f. 28.

5. " Lungi dalla mia bella." f. 36b.
0. " Non ti sdegnar." f..46.



7. "Gioitepur." f.54b.

8. " Al bosco, al prato " ; in four parts,
f . 63b.

9. "In sogno mi parea " ; in four parts.
f.76.

10. "Dov' e queir Usignolo." f. 88.

11. " VoUe speranza ardita." f.99.



MADRIGALS.



181



Additional 31806,

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Madrigals, etc., for 4 voices,
score.

1. "Where art thou, wanton" (a 3).
"Morley." f . 43b.

2. "I wander up and down." By J. [
Bennet. f . 75b.

8. "Fair, sweet, cruel." " Tho' Ford,
1636." f. 99b.

4. "Now Country sports." " Tho'
Weelks, 1608." f. 118.

5. "How merrily we live" (a 3).
" Mich. Este, 1600." f. 125b.

6. "Now is the month of Maying"
(a 5). " Thos. Morly." f . 135b.



ff. 43b-198b passim.

See also under Catches (above, p. 81).
unless the contrary is stated, in

7. " Dissi al amata mia." "Luca Ma-
renzio." f. 137b.

8. "Fair Phillis I saw"; here attri-
buted to "Tho» Morley, 1596," but
really published by J. Farmer in
that year, as his own composition,
f. 141b.

9. "When all alone" (a 5). " Giro-
nimo Converso, 1580." f. 150b.

10. "Let me careless" (a 5). " [T.]
Linley [sen.]." f. 191b.

11. " Fa la la." " I. Savile." f. 198b.



Additional 31808, fiF. 146b, 166.
Paper; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also under Glees (above, p. 107).
Madrigals, in score.



1. "Return, return, my lovely Maid"
(a 4). Anonymous, f . 146b.



2. "When all alone" (a 5).
verso." f. 166.



Con-



Additional 31811, passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio.
Madrigals, for 5 voices (unless
1. "Flow, my Tears " (a 4). " John



See also under Catches (above, p. 40).



Bennet, 1598." Two copies, fi. 9b,
82b.

2. "Return, return, my Lovely Maid"
(a 4). "Dr. Hutchinson" (sc. F.
Hutcheson). f . 14b.

3. "Ev'ry Bush new springing."
"Mich' Cavendish, 1598." f. 21b.

4. "Nowcountry sports" (a 4). "Thos.
Weelks, 1608." f . 23.

5. "Fire, fire my heart." "Thos.
Morley, 1595." f. 26b.

6. "Awake, sweet love" (a 4). "Dr.
John Dowland, 1588." Two copies,
ff. 33, 35.

7. "So gracious is thy sweet self."



the contrary is stated), in score.

" Giovanni Ferretti, 1580." f. 38.

8. "When Thoralis delights" (a 6).
" Thos. Weelkes, 1600." f. 43b.

9. "Now is the month of maying."
" Thos. Morley." Four copies, and
an additional soprano part with a
bass. ff. 51-58b. Followed by an
arrangement for strings and horns
with a figured bass for harpsichord,
f. 59. See also ff. 101, 103.

10. A composition in 5 parts, without
words. Anonymous, f. 166.

11. "DuobegrOcchi." "Gio. Pizzoni."
Transcribed by W. Clark in 1789.
f. 169.



Additional 34609, f. 73b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Octavo. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 92).

" Rosalind's Madrigal," beginning " Love in my bosom like a bee."
The music, of which only 10 bars have been written, is in the hand of



182 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

J. Stafford Smith, who is no doubt also the composer. The words are
by Thomas Lodge.

Additional 31809, ff. 4b, 39.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio, and small quarto. See also under
Glees (above, p. 113).

Madrigals for 5 voices, in score.

1. "Flora now calleth forth each I 2. "So gracious is thy sweet self."
Flow'r." "J.S.Smith." f. 4b. | " Giovanni Ferretti, 1580." f . 39.

Additional 14178, ff. 125, 147.
Paper; early 19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Duets (above, p. 90).

Madrigals, with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Antonio
Lotti.



1. " In una siepe ombrosa " (a 5) : the
madrigal plagiarized by Buononcini.
f. 125.



2. " Piange 1' amante ucciso " (a 4)-
f. 147.



Additional 31310, ff. 41-46.

Paper; early 19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Magnificat (vol. i,
p. 208).

" Si soffre una tiranna " ; described as " Notturno a cinque Voci,"
in score, without accompaniment, by Bonifazio Asioli.

Additional 31410.

Paper ; ff . 49. Early 19th cent. Oblong octavo.

"Madrigali a quattro voci. Libro I" (1-5, 13-15, 19, 22, and 23),
by Luca Marenzio [1585], in score. In the hand of [James] Bartleman,
with a few corrections and additions by Julian Mai-sball.

The initial words are given in the Index.



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Additional 31818, f. 53.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. Given by the transcriber to R. J. S.
Stevens in 1811. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 95).

" Spirto di Dio " : described as " Madrigale, per cantarsi nel Bucen-
tauro nel giorno del Ascensione " ; for 4 voices, in score, by Antonio
Lotti, 1736. In the hand of J. P. Street.

Additional 30016-30021.

Paper; ff . 62, 60, 64, 51, 85, 16. Transcribed in 1800. Oblong folio. Vol. iv
also contains part of a Song, described below.

Madrigals for 3, 4, 5, and 6 voices, in parts, with English words,
from collections published in England, 1588-1609. In 6 volumes.



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containing respectively cantus i, cantus ii, altus, tenor i, tenor ii, and
bassus. In the hand of W. Clark. Nos. 1-44 are for 6 voices,
nos. 45-116 for 5 voices, nos. 117-147 for 4 voices, and nos. 148-159
for 3 voices.



1. "Stay, Corydon, thou swaine." "Jn"
Wilbye, 1609." i, f . 3 ; ii, iii, iv, v,
vi, f. 1.

2. "If beauty be a Treasure." By T.
Weelkes. [1597.] i, f. 3 ; ii, iii, iv.



f.lb; V, vi, f. 1.
3. "Lady, when I behold." By J.
Wilbye. [1598.] i, f . 3b ; ii, iii, f . 2 ;
iv, V, vi, f. lb.



Nos. 4-15 are by Thomas Weelkes, 1597 and 1600.



4. " Three times a day." i, f. 4; ii, iii,
iv, f. 3 ; v, vi, f. 2.

5. " My Phillis bidds me pack away."
i, f. 4 ; ii, iii, iv, f. 3 ; v, f. 2b ; vi, f. 2.

6. " Retire, my thoughts." i, f. 4b; ii,
iv, f.3b; iii (2 copies), ff. 3b, 5; vi,
f.2b.

7. " Say, deere, when will your frowning
leave." i, f.5; ii, iv, v, vi, f.4; iii, f.6.

8. " Those spots." i, f. 5 ; ii, iv, v, vi,
f.4; iii, f.6.

9. "My tears do not avail." i, f . 5b ;
ii, iv, V, vi, f. 4b ; iii, f . 6b.

10. " Like two proude armies." i, f. 5b;



ii, iv, v, vi, f. 4b ; iii, f. 6b.

11. " When Thoralis delights." i, f. 6 ;
ii, V, vi, f. 5 ; iii, f. 7 ; iv, f. 5b.

12. "What have the Gods"; in two
parts, i, iv, f.6; ii, vi, f. 5b; iii, f. 8;
V, f. 5.

13. "Mars in a furie." i, iv, f . 7 ; ii,
vi, f . 6 ; iii, f . 9b ; v, f. 5b.

14. "Thule, the period" ; in two parts,
i, f.7; ii, f.6; iii, f. 10; iv, f.7b; v,
f . 5b ; vi, f . 6b.

15. "Noell, adew." i, iv, f . 8 ; ii, vi,
f. 7 ; iii, f. 10b ; v, f. 6.



Nos. 16-28 are (with one exception) by John Wilbye, 1598, 1609.



16. "Sweet Love, If thou wilt gain."
i, f. 8b; ii, vi, f. 7b ; iii, f. lib ; iv,
f. 9 ; V, f. 6b.

17. " When shall my wreched Life."
i, f. 8b; ii, vi, f. 7b ; iii, f. lib ; iv,
f. 9 ; v, f. 6b.

18. " Of Joyes and pleasing pains" ; in
two parts, i, iv, f. 9b ; ii, f. 8b ; iii,
f. 12 ; V, f. 6b ; vi, f. 8.

19. "Cruell, behold." i, f. 10b ; ii, iv,
f. 10 ; iii, f. 13 ; v, f. 7 ; vi, f. 9.

20. " Thou art but yong." i, f. 11 ; ii,
iv, f.lO; iii, f. 13b, 14b; v, f.7; vi, f.9.

21. " Why dost thou shoot." i, f. 11 ;
ii, iv, f.lOb; iii, f. 13b ; v, f.7b; vi,
f.9b.

22. "0 wretched man." i, f . lib ; ii,
iv, f. 10b ; iii, f . 15 ; v, f . 7b ; vi, f. 9b.



23. "Where most my thought"; in
two parts, i, f. lib ; ii, f. 10b ; iii,
f . 15 ; iv, f. 11 ; v, f. 8 ; vi, f . 9b.

24. "Ah, cannot sighs." i, f. 12 ; ii,
f. 11 ; iii, f. 15b ; iv, f. lib ; v, f. 8b ;
vi, f. 10.

25. "A Sparrow Hauke." "Weelkes,
1600." i, f. 12b ; ii, iv, f. lib ; iii,
f. 16 ; V, f. 8b ; vi, f . 10b.

26. " Draw on, sweet Night." i, f. 12b ;
ii, f . lib ; iii, f . 16b ; iv, f. 12 ; v, f, 9 ;
vi, f . 10b.

27. " Softly, O softly drop, my eyes."
i, f. 13 ; ii, f. 12 ; iii, f. 17 ; iv, f. 12b ;
v, f. 9 ; vi, f. 11.

28. "Long have I made." i, f . 13b ;
ii, f. 12b ; iii, f. 17 ; iv, f. 13 ; v, f. 9b ;
vi, f. 11.



Nos. 29-36 are from Nicholas Yonge's Musica Transalpina, book i,
1588.



29. "I will goe dye" (lo moriro).
" Luca Marenzio." i, f. 14 ; ii, f. 13 ;
iii, f. 17b; iv, f.l3b; v, f.lO; vi, f.llb.

30. "These that bee certains signes "



(Questi ch' inditio). " Alfonso Fera-
bosco." i, f. 14 ; ii, f. 13 ; iii, f. 17b ;
iv, f . 13b ; V, f. 10 ; vi, f . lib.
31. "So farre from my delight" (Se



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lungi dal mio sol) ; in two parts. By
the same, i, f. 5 ; ii, f. 13b; iii, f. 18;
iv, f . 14 ; V, f . 10b ; vi, f. 12.

32. " Loe, heere my hart " (Ecco, ch' io
lasso). Anonymous, i, f. 15b; ii, f. 14;
iii, f . 18b ; iv, f . 14b ; v, f . 11 : vi, f . 12b.

33. " Now must I part " (Parto da voi).
"Luca Marenzio." i, f. 15b; ii, f. 14b;
iii, f. 19 ; iv, f. 15 ; v, f. 11 ; vi, f. 12b.

34. "Zex^hirus brings" (Zephiro torna);
in two parts. " Gironimo Conversi."



i, f. 16 ; ii, f. 14b ; iii, f . 19 ; iv, f. 15 ;
V, f. lib; vi, f.l3.

35. "I was full neare my fall" (Fui
vicin' al cader) ; in two parts. "Al-
fonso Ferabosco." i, f. 16b ; ii, iv,
f. 15b ; iii, f. 19b ; v, f. 12 ; vi, f. 13b.

36. " I soung sometime " (Cantai gia) ;
in two parts. " Luca Marenzio." i,
f . 17 ; ii, f . 15b ; iii, f . 20 ; iv, f . 16 ; v,
f. 12b ; vi, f. 14.



Nos. 37-44 are from Yonge's Musica Transalpina, book ii, 1597.



37. " Love, quench this heat." "Bene-
detto Palavacino." i, f . 17b ; ii, f. 16 ;
iii, f.20b; iv, f.l6b; v, f.l3; vi, f.l4.

38. "Cruell, why dost thou fly mee."
By the same, i, f. 18 ; ii, iv, f. 16b ;
iii, f.21; v, f . 13 ; vi, f. 14b.

39. "0 Gracious and worthiest." "Gio-
vanni Croce." i, f. 18b ; ii, iv, f. 17 ;
iii, f. 21b : v, f . 13b ; vi, f . 14b.

40. "Shall I live so farre." "Luca
Marenzio." i, f . 18b ; ii, iv, f . 17b ;
iii, f. 21b ; v, f. 13b ; vi, f. 15.



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