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Anonymous musical MS (Braye Lutebook)
Accompanied by transcription of verses, and some cookery recipes.
Known as the Braye Lutebook, after Adrian Verney-Cave, 6th Baron Braye, (1874-1952), the  volume consists of a collection of lute music, by, or in the style of, John Dowland ([1563] - [1626]).
A number of dances such as pavans, galliards, a saltcell, and the Antike, also the only  contemporary source for Benedick’s song in the last act of Much Ado about Nothing.

Lute tablature
Music manuscript bound with Hubert's poem.
Consists of secular tunes (arrangements of popular tunes or dances) including "Lustie Soldier,"
"Sallingers Rounde,""The Merry Gypsie," etc (f. 81,82 and 89); two Masks, one titled, "Mr. Goodwill his Maske" for St. John's College Oxford (f. 87v and 88v);
Hubert, Sir Francis, d. 1629
The appearance of the ghost of Kinge Edward the Second, Kinge of England [ca. 1625]

Two lute craftsmen
Durer, Albrecht, 1471-1528
Vnderweysung der Messung, mit dem Zirckel vn Richtscheyt, in Linien Ebnen vnnd gantzen Corporen / durch Albrecht Durer zusamen getzoge[n], vnd zu Nutz alle[n] Kunstlieb habenden mit zu gehorigen Figuren, in Truck gebracht, im Jar M.D.XXv
Nuremberg, 1525

Il martirio di S. Orsola
Scarlatti, Alessandro, 1660-1725, [ca. 1695]
Scored for trumpet, strings, and lute continuo, with five soloists and a 3-part women's chorus.
39 numbers in all. Unpublished.

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