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1108. VECCHI (Horatio). Madrigali a cinque voci. Novamente Stampati. Libro Primo. In separate parts bound together.
quarto. Venice, 1589.
1109. VECCHI (Horatio), Canzonets, &c. See Gastoldi. No. 1072. 1110. VENOSA (Carlo Gesualdo, Principe di).
Libri de Madrigali, a cinque voci, dell'.
Partitura delli Sei
Fatica di Simone folio. Genoa, 1613.
1111. VENOSA (Carlo Gesualdo, Principe di). Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro Sesto. Novamente
stampati. In separate
quarto. Venice, 1616.
See MSS. scores of Libri primi et secondi (No. 1888).
1112. WAELRENT (Huberto). Symphonia Angelica di diversi excellentissimi Musici a IIII. V. et VI. voci, nuovamente raccolta per Huberto Waelrent et data in luce. Nella quale si contengono i piu excellenti Madrigali che hoggidi si cantino. In separate parts in a case. oblong quarto, Antwerp, 1590.
1113. WARD (John). See No. 1081. 1114. WATSON (Thomas). The first sett of Italian Madrigalls Englished, not to the sense of the originall dittie, but after the affection of the Noate. By Thomas Watson. There are also heere inserted two excellent Madrigalls of Master VVilliam Byrd's composed after the Italian vaine at the request of the sayd Thomas Watson. In six separate parts, bound together.
quarto. London, 1590.
1115. WEBB (Rev. Richard). A Collection of Madrigals, for three, four, five, and six voices, selected from the works of the most eminent composers of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. In score. folio. London.
The Harmonist, or Eight New Glees and Madrigals, composed in 1814 by M. P. King. folio. London.
Four Glees, called the Wassail, the Koocoo, the Hermitage, the Harvest Home, composed by M. P. King.
Six Glees, for three, four, five, and six voices, composed by Thos. Forbes Walmisley. In one volume. folio. London. 1116. WEBB (Rev. R.) Collection of Madrigals. In separate parts. octavo. London. 1117. WEELKES (Thomas). Madrigals to 3, 4, 5, and 6 Voyces. In separate parts. The Altus, Quintus, Sextus and Bassus parts only; the Sextus wanting the title. quarto. London, 1597. Printed in score by the Musical Antiquarian Society (see No. 46).
1118. WEELKES (Thomas).
Balletts and Madrigals to fiue voyces, with one to 6 voyces: newly published by. In separate
parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1598. 1119. WEELKES (Thomas). Madrigals of 5 and 6 parts, apt for the Viols and voices. In separate parts. The Alto, Quinto, Tenore and Basso parts only; the the titles.
Alto and Basso wanting
quarto. London, 1600.
1120. WEELKES (Thomas). Ayeres or Phantasticke Sprites. See
1121. WERT (Giaches de). L'Undecimo Libro di Madrigali a cinque voci. In separate parts, bound together.
1122. WILBYE (John). The First Set of English Madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices; Newly composed by. In separate parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1598. 1123. WILBYE (John). The Second Set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt for Voyals and Voyces. Newly composed by. In separate parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1609.
Both sets of Wilbye's Madrigals were printed in score by the Musical Antiquarian Society (see No. 46).
1124. WILLAERT (Adrian). Musica Nova di, [containing Madrigals and Motetts for 4, 5, 6, and 7 voices]. In separate parts, viz. Cantus, Altus, Quintus, Sexta pars, Septima pars and Bassus (the Tenor being wanting). Portrait of the composer on the backs of the titles of all the parts except the Bassus. Six volumes. quarto. Venice, 1559.
1125. YONGE (Nicolas).
Musica Transalpina. Madrigales translated of four, fiue, and sixe parts, chosen out of diuers excellent Authors, vvith the first and second part of La Verginella, made by Maister Byrd, upon two Stanz's of Ariosto, and brought to speak English with the rest. Published by N. Yonge in favour of such as take pleasure in
Musick of voices. In separate parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1588. 1126. YONGE (Nicolas), Musica Transalpina. The Second Booke of Madrigalles, to 5 and 6 voices, translated out of sundrie Italian Authors & Newly Published by. In separate parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1597.
1127. YONGE (Nicolas), Musica Transalpina. The Cantus, Altus, Tenor, Quintus and Bassus parts of both books. 5 volumes,
quarto. London, 1588-97.
The Bassus parts presented to the Society by Dr. Rimbault.
1128. ZOILO (Annibale). See No. 1082.
GLEES, CATCHES, PART SONGS, &c.
BINGDON (Earl of). Twelve Sentimental Catches and Glees, for three voices, melodized by. The accompaniments for the harp or pianoforte by
1130. AMUSEMENT for the Ladies; being a collection of favourite
Catches, Glees, and Madrigals. In score.
3 vols. oblong folio. London. 1131. APOLLO (The); a selection of Ancient and Modern Glees, Canons, &c. In score. Volumes I. II. and III. bound
together. Portraits of Samuel Webbe, J. S. Smith, and
1132. APOLLONIAN Harmony; a collection of Glees, Catches, Madri
gals, &c. In score.
1133. BARTHOLOMEW (Ann S. Mounsey). Polyhymnia; a collection of Part Songs and Glees. Books I. and II. In score and
oblong quarto. London .
In score and separate parts.
Six four part Songs, op. 30.
folio. London .
In score and separate octavo. London .
Presented to the Society by the composer.
1134. BISHOP (Sir Henry Rowley), Mus. Bac. A complete collection of his Glees, Trios, Quartetts, Quintetts, and Chorusses. Revised and corrected by the author. In vocal score, with pianoforte accompaniment.
8 vols. folio. London, 1839.
1135. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc., PURCELL (Henry), and others. The Pleasant Musical Companion; being a choice collection of Catches for three and four voices. The eighth edition, corrected and enlarged. Containing above 120 Catches. oblong quarto. London, 1724. Glees. See Nos. 812,
1136. CALLCOTT (John Wall), Mus. Doc. 1150, 1151, 1159, 1160, 1182.
Livre Septieme des diverses Avthevrs a quatre parties. instruction pour bien apprendre la
Chansons Vvlgaires de
parts. oblong quarto.
The Bassus part, Amsterdam, 1608; the other parts, Douay, 1617.
This collection includes compositions by Baston, Benedictus, Giachet Berchem, Cadeac, Clemens non Papa, Guillaume Costeley, Thomas Cricquillon, Balthasar Donato, Godart, Nicolas Gombert, Petit Jean, Rogier, Sandrin and Huberto Waelrent.
1138. CLEMENTI (Muzio). A collection of Catches, Canons, Glees, Duets, &c. Selected from the Works of the most eminent Composers, ancient and modern (and generally known as Clementi's Collection, although he was probably only the publisher). 4 vols. in two.
oblong quarto. London.
1139. COOKE (Benjamin), Mus. Doc. A collection of Glees, Catches, and Canons, for 3, 4, 5, and 6 voices.
Nine Glees and two Duets; and
A collection of Songs, for 3 and 4 voices, composed by
Books I. and II.
1140. COOKE (Robert). Eight Glees.
1141. COOKE (Thomas). Six Glees for 3 and 4 voices.
folio. London, 1844.
Presented to the Society by Mr. A. Jefferies.
1142. COWARD (James). Ten Glees for 4 and 5 voices.
In score. folio. London.
1143. COWARD (James). Ten Glees and a Madrigal for 4 and 5
voices. In score.
1144. DOWLAND (John), Mus. Bac.
folio. London . "The First Booke of Songes or
Ayres of foure parts." See No. 46. 1145. DOWLAND (John), Mus. Bac.
"The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres of 2, 4, and 5 parts; with Tableture for the Lute or Orpherion, with the Violl de Gamba. Also an Excelent lesson for the Lute and Base Viol, called Dowland's adew" [for Master Oliuer Cromwell]. folio. London, 1600. "The Third and last Booke of
1146. DOWLAND (John), Mus. Bac.
Songs or Aires. Newly composed to sing to the Lute,
small folio. London, 1603.
1147. DOWLAND (Robert). "A Musicall Banqvet. Furnished with variety of Delicious Ayres, Collected out of the best Authors
in English, French, Spanish and Italian."
folio. London, 1610.
The authors referred to in the title are Daniel Batcheler, John Dowland, Robert Hales, Anthony Holborne and Richard Martin."
1148. EVANS (Charles S.) Six Glees for 4 and 5 voices.
1149. GLEES. A volume containing the following, viz.
A third set of Twelve Glees for 3 and 4 voices, arranged from the Melodies of Sacchini, Paesiello, Haydn, Pleyel, Storace, &c., by Joseph Corfe.
"Some of my heroes are low." Glee for 5 voices, by R. J. S. Stevens.
A set of Glees for 3, 4, and 5 voices, composed by J. Hindle, Mus. Bac. To which is added a composition of the celebrated Agostino Steffani ("Pro Christo affligimur ").
Danby's Second Book of Catches, Canons, and Glees, for 3, 4, and 5 voices.
Friendship;" a Serious Glee for 3 voices, by B. Jacob. oblong folio. London.
A volume containing the following, &c., viz. Danby's Third Book of Catches, Canons, and Glees, for 3, 4, and 5 voices.
Danby's Posthumous Glees; being a fourth set for 3, 4, and 5 voices.
Glees, &c., published separately, viz.
Rise, winds of Autumn Dr.Callcott.
The Erl King
1151. GLEES. A volume containing the following, viz.
The Professional Collection of Glees for 3, 4, and 5 voices, composed by Callcott, Cooke, Danby, Hindle, Stevens, and Webbe.
Seven Glees, with a Witches' Song and Chorus, and two Glees, from Melodies from Henry Lawes; the whole composed and harmonized by R. J. S. Stevens.
Six Glees, composed by Reginald Spofforth.
Glees, &c., published separately, viz.