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1644. ANTHEMS AND SERVICES. A volume containing the following. In
Kyrie and Credo (in F) M. Wise. Kyrie and Credo (in E)
Prepare ye the way
O praise God.
Awake up my glory
Blessed is he.
The Lord is my
O be joyful.
They that go down.
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1646. ANTHEMS AND SERVICES. A volume, containing the Organ part
* A copy of this Anthem, in score, is contained in the Tudway Collection, Vol. II., Harleian Manuscript, No. 7388, British Museum.
Written probably about the latter end of the 17th century.
Presented to the Society by Mr. E. A. Waugh.
1647. ANTHEMS AND SERVICES. A volume containing the following, in score, written in 1825, by William Gray, Chorister of St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
“O Lord, I have heard Thy voice," Solo Anthem (Incomplete ?).
"O give thanks," Full Anthem
"Gloria Patri," from the Deus misereatur in A
"O God, Thou hast cast us out," Full Anthem
"God is our hope," Full Anthem.
"Amanti che dite."
"Lætare Filia Principis," Motett.
"Cæli dapes ut vivatis," Motett
66 Surgamus, eamus," Motett
Mass (Kyrie and Gloria) for four voices and orchestra.
1649. ANTHEMS, &c. In score.
1650. ANTHEMS, with orchestral accompaniments, composed by John Blow, Mus. Doc., Orlando Gibbons, Pelham Humphreys, and Matthew Lock. In full score.
By Dr. Blow.
Sing we merrily.
O sing unto the Lord.
O give thanks (Ps. 136).
Cry aloud and spare not.
O give thanks (Ps. 105).
I was in the Spirit.
By Orlando Gibbons.
This is the record of John.
By Pelham Humphreys.
O praise the Lord.
O Lord my God.
Like as the hart.
Lord, teach us to number,
Lift up your heads.
O give thanks.
By Matthew Lock
When the Son of Man.
The Lord hear thee.
The autographs of Dr. Philip Hayes and Dr. Arnold are in the volume. 1651. ANTHEMS (A collection of), mostly by composers of the latter half of the seventeenth century. In separate vocal parts, viz., Treble, Countertenor, Tenor and Bass (the Treble part wanting the first four anthems).
I call and cry.
(Now known as "I was in the Spirit.")
1652. ANTHEMS. A volume, entirely in the handwriting of James Marquet, Lay Vicar of Westminster Abbey, containing the following Anthems, &c.
The 100 Psalm Tune.
solo and quartett;
Written about the year 1810.
O Lord, our Governor
Lord, how long wilt
1653. ANTHEMS, &c. "Thou Lord, in the beginning," an Anthem,
for five voices, by S. Webbe ; Awake, awake, put on thy
strength," an Anthem, for four voices, and "Thro' all the changing scenes," a metrical version of the 34th Psalm, by William Jackson; and, "O sing praises," a duet, by Pergolesi. In score.
1654. ANTIPHONARY (A Latin), beautifully written on vellum, with illuminated capitals and borders, and paintings of the Annunciation, the Nativity, Christ appearing to Mary in the Garden, the Ascension, the Descent of the Holy Ghost, the Elevation of the Host by Angels, Jacob's Dream, the Coronation of the Virgin, the Congregation of All Saints. octavo. Presented to the Society by Mr. R. W. Haynes.
1655. ASTORGA (Emanuel, Baron de). The Hymn "Stabat Mater," for four voices, with Instruments. In full score.
1656. BACH (John Christian). Two settings of the Hymn, "Magnificat," one for two choirs with instruments (1758) and the other for solo voices and chorus with instruments (1760). In full score.
1657. BAI (Tommaso). The Psalm, "Miserere mei, Deus," for two choirs. In score. oblong quarto.
This copy varies from that printed by Dr. Burney in 1771. See No. 398. 1658. BALLABENE (Gregorio). The Hymn, "Magnificat," for four choirs. In full score in the composer's autograph.
1659. BASSANI (Giovanni Battista), Motett, "Ave, verax." In vocal score. (See also No. 1648.) folio.
1660. BASSANI (Giovanni Battista). Other Motetts. See Nos. 1648
1661. BECKWITH (John), Mus. Doc. for voices and instruments.
My soul is weary," Anthem In full score.
1662. BIFFI (Antonio).
Presented to the Society by the Rev. J. E. Cox, D.D.
"Credo in Unum Deum,” for 4 voices with
orchestral accompaniments. In full score. oblong quarto. 1663. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc. Te Deum and Jubilate, composed for St. Cecilia's day, 1695.
Ode for St. Cecilia's day, (“Great quire of heaven.") Purcell (Henry). Part of the music in "The Indian Queen."
In full score. Autograph of Dr. Croft on fly-leaf.
1664. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc. Nos. 1647, 1648, 1650,
Various Anthems, &c., by. See 1651, and 1948.
1665. BORRI (Giovanni Battista). A Mass (Kyrie, Gloria, and Credo), for four and five voices, with accompaniments. In full score.
1666. BOYCE (William), Mus. Doc. The Morning Service [Te Deum and Jubilate] in A major, which is printed with the 12 anthems published by his widow in 1790. In score, in the composer's autograph. quarto.
1669. BRUNIAN. A Mass (Kyrie and Gloria), for four voices, with
accompaniments for two violins, two violas, two oboes (or flutes), two bassoons, two horns, and organ. In separate parts.