2018年9月18日火曜日

(GB-Ob) Bodleian Library, Oxford

Updated June, 2019.
   
Author  Title 
   
Anonymous Angel Playing the Lute / Judith. 1500-1550. [Bodleian Library Broxb. 95.32]
   
Anonymous Book of Hours. Angel with lute. Netherlands, Delft. 15th century, middle. [Bodleian Library MS. Douce 248]
   
Anonymous Book of Hours. Use of Paris. Margins include grotesques with lute, bow, and trumpet, and a lady with a basket of pears. c.1400. France. [Bodleian Library MS. Douce 62]
   
Anonymous Book of Hours. Use of Rome. Musical angels with lute, recorders, psaltery, and rebec. 15th century, third quarter. [Bodleian Library MS. Lat. liturg. f. 6]
   
Anonymous Book of Hours. Use of Rome. Prayer to the Virgin (Obsecro te). Virgin and Child with two angels, one playing a lute, the other offering a dish of cherries to the Child. France c.1470-1480. [Bodleian Library MS. Liturg. 41]
   
Anonymous Chansons d'Amour, à danser et à boire. 17th century, middle. [Bodleian Library MS. Douce 375]
   
Anonymous Offices, prayers for private use. A lake or moat, with a castle in the background. Three man and a woman in a canopied barge. One man plays a lute. Bruges?,Flanders,Italy. 15th century, end. [Bodleian Library MS. Douce 8]
   
Anonymous Psalter. David playing the harp. Crowned king plays the harp under a canopy. Hat beside him on a chest and other musical instrument (luth?) propped against it. 15th century, third quarter France. [Bodleian Library MS. Broxb. 85.1]
   
Anonymous Romance of Alexander. A boy plays gittern to five dancers. Flanders 1338-1344. [Bodleian Library MS. Bodl. 264, pt. I]
   
Campion, Thomas Two bookes of ayres. The first contayning divine and morall songs: the second, light conceits of lovers. To be sung to the lute and viols, in two, three, and foure parts: or by one voyce to an instrument. c.1613. [Christ Church Mus 868]
RISM A/I C626.
   
Dowland, John Musical works by John Dowland. 1600 - 1604. [Magdalen College Arch.D.4.29]
Dowland, John The first booke of songs or ayres of foure parts, with tableture for the lute. So made, that all the parts together, or either of them severally, may be sung to the lute, orpherian, or viol de gambo. 1613. [Christ Church Mus 834]
RISM A/I D3482
Dowland, John The whole booke of psalmes: with their wonted tunes, as they are song in churches, composed into foure parts ..., 1592. [Bodleian Library Don. f.211]
Talbot, James James Talbot Papers. 1680 - 1708. [Christ Church Mus 1187]
Manuscript. Collection of unbound papers, compiled in the third quarter of the eighteenth century by Christ Church librarians. The majority of the contents were written or assembled by James Talbot (1664-1708) and include the history, description and measurement of musical instruments, together with sections on music history and theory.
Various composers Cathedral organ-book. Oxford 1700–1713. [Christ Church Mus 1230]
Bird, William / Gibbons, Orlando / Aldrich, Henry / Blow, John / Purcell, Henry / Tallis, Thomas
Various composers Keyboard book containing works of Italian and English origin. Oxford c. 1620. [Christ Church Mus 1113]
Robert Johnson / Peter Philips / Orlando Gibbons or John Bull / John Bull / Girolamo Frescobaldi / William Byrd / Orlando Gibbons / Lassus / Thomas Tomkins / John Bull / Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck / John Holmes / Orlando Gibbons / Orfeo Vecchi / William Byrd / Thomas Tomkins / William Ellis / Marenzio / Girolamo Frescobaldi / Peter Philips / B.C. (Benjamin Cosyn?) / Orlando Gibbons? 
Various composers Tudor church music and Elizabethan motets - Superius. 1575 - 1581.  [Christ Church Mus 979]
William Byrd / Thomas Tallis / John Sheppard, et al.
Various composers Tudor motets, anthems, consort music and consort songs - Superius.  1581 - 1588. [Christ Church Mus 984]
Byrd, William / White, Robert / Tallis, Thomas