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INDEX OF WORKS BY NAMED COMPOSERS (or arrangers) of music current in Shakespeare’s time

Compilers of anthologies are not here distinguished from composers, so that, for instance, settings of popular tunes for 4 or 5 part consort can reasonably be considered their own compositions, reflecting John Cutts (CU194) reference to the important contribution to this repertory in the form of keyboard pieces by Giles Farnaby where he notes that some attributed works may be as arranger rather than composer. Titles of works which show the status or rank of a person are listed under family name, e.g. DOWLAND ‘My Lady Hunsden’s Puffe’ under letter H in the list of works by that composer. Where more than one reference is given, full bibliographical detail together with musical incipit will be found under the serial numbers between 1 and 417, otherwise under the number printed in bold.


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NEGRI, CesareIl Canario609A
c1535-c1605[Le Grazie d’amore] Corrente151c
NEUSIDLER, HansElslein liebstes, Elslein mein896
1509-1563Hoftanz and Hupfauf, lute893
Der Juden Tanz, lute166d, 964
Ein niederlendissch Tentzlein763
Welscher Tanz, lute894
NEWMAN, Mr.?fl1583Fancy, lute777
or Andrew d.1544Pavyon, C minor, keyboard1226
NICHOLSON, RichardCuckoo, consort song557
c1570-1639In a merry May morn, consort song1178, 1441
Jew’s dance (‘The rich jew’), 2 lutes166c, 215f, 963, 1432
Joan quoth John, consort song657, (1413)


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OBRECHT, JakobTandernaken à 397
1450-1505
ORTIZ, DiegoDivisions on ‘John come kiss me now’106b, 747
c1510-c1570Recercada segunda, lute1470
La Spagna, viol506
OSTERMAYRE,Galliard, keyboard318c, 858
Johan c1560-1621


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PADOVANO,Aria della Battaglia à 8516, 1542
Annibale. c1527-1575
PARRY, JohnCavalilly man (traditional, arrangement)
c1710-1783
PARSONS, RobertAh alas, ye salt-sea gods (Abradad) attrib.1143
c1535-1572De la court pavan à 5946, 1508
Galliard à 5729, 851
In nomine à 71510
No grief is like to mine, 2nd part of ‘Pandolpho’
Pandolpho, ‘Pour down, you pow’rs divine’, consort song (also
attrib. to Strogers)807
A song by Mr. Robert Parsons, consort à 5648
The song called ‘Trumpetts’, consort à 6647, 957, 1509
PAUMANN, ConradMit ganczem Willen892
1410-1473
PEARCE, Edwardsee PIERS
PEERSON, MartinAlman, keyboard441
1571/3-1651The Fall of the leafe1437
Piper’s pavan (after Dowland)9a
The Primerose1436
P HALÈSE, PierreAllemande and galliard d’Anvers426-7
c1510-1573/6Allemande Savoye (+ Arbeau)424
Branle mouresque1186
Il Burato, gagliarda845
Galliarde d’Ecosse1397
The Leaves be green (‘Browning’), variations154d, 155c, 916
Parade des Bouffons106c, 566, 735, 1221
Passamezzo d’Angleterre1220
La Roque, basse danse501, 837
Les Quercades, pavane95, 1225
Si pour t’aymer, galliarde838
La Traditore, allemande372, 833
Volte1528
PHILIPS, PeterAmarilli mia bella (after Caccini)959
1560/1-1628Aria del Gran Duca Ferdinando di Toscana, consort à 51541
Chromatic pavan and galliard, lute, see Pavana & galiarda dolorosa
Galliard F87, lute, cittern, keyboard863
Galliard (arr. Morley for broken consort)313b, 1292
Passamezzo pavane and galliard F76-7225c; 226a, 1287-8
Pavana & galiarda dolorosa, à 5, keyboard F80-11289-90
Pavana Pagget & galliardo à 5 F74-51285-6
Pavane in G, keyboard F85; (and arr. Morley for broken consort)
313b, 1291-2
Piper’s galliard, (after Dowland), 2 keyboard settings8, 877
Le Vecchio, pavan à 51277
PIERS (PIERCE),Hey, trola there boys there, hunting song940
Edward. c1560-?1613Urchin’s dance191b, 194c, 217a
PILKINGTON, FrancisCurranta for Mrs Murcott, lute687
c1570-1638Echo, 2 lutes764, 1071
Go from my window, variations, lute354f, 898
Rest sweet nymphs, lute song or part song 1046, 1112
Spanish pavane, lute142a
PLAYFORD, JohnThe Dancing Master. 2 country dance collections (1st edition)
1623-1686a: Longways for six, b: Longways for four, c: Longways as many as will, d: Longways for eight; e. For six, f: Round for eight, g: Round for six, h: Round for as many as will, j: Square dance for eight, k: Longways for as many as wil, l: For as many as will; m: For four, n: For eight, p: Longdance for three, five, seven or nine couples,
I.l.aUpon a Summer’s day (The garland’; Gipsies’ round’)701, 1388
2.aBlue cap1406
3.aNight piece (‘Dance of death’; ‘The shearing of the sheep’)414d
5.aThe Beggar boy1405
6.mThe Parson’s farewell712, 1347
8.aThe New Exchange (‘Durham stable’)354f
10.aStingo, or Oil of barley196b
11.aWhirligig203b
12.aPicking up sticks704
14.aGrimstock184, 980
15.aWoodicock (‘Gigge a goggy’)203b, 710
16.eGreenwood (‘The huntsman’)15b, 146b, 904
17.cThe Saraband1391B
22.aMillison’s jegge367, 978
23.dThe Spanish Gipsy (‘Jeepsie come follow’)143e
25.gKemp’s jig (‘Rowland’)967
26.dThe chirping of the lark (‘Muscadin’)39b, 145, 564, 1195
29.dNonesuch (‘A la mode de la France’)140, 216b
30.dDaphne, or The Shepherdess191d, 695, 1453
31.dThe merry, merry milkmaids47b, 49a, 753
32.lMillfield10f, 154c, 201d
37.hRose is white, rose is red1164
39.kDrive the cold winter away129, 155a
41.hPepper’s black120b, 604
42.kThe Maid peeped out at the window (‘The friar in the well’)302c
43.kHalfe Hannikin405c
44.dLord of Carnarvon’s jegg979
45.cIrish trot953
46.jFain I would if I could {‘Partenia’; ‘The King’s complaint’}69
48.kIrish lady (‘Aniseed water Robin’)952
49.cNonesuch, 2nd version (‘A la mode de la France’)140, 216b
53.l.Goddesses (‘Quodling’s delight’)193, 696
II.1.cJog on, jog on the footpath way405
2.mHeart’s ease244a
4.a.Jack Pudding706, 1192
9.c.Lavena704
12.h.The chirping of the nightingale56
13.k.A soldier’s life46, 48c
15.mCuckolds all a row698
17.c.Paul’s steeple1404
18.m.Rufty Tufty1194
19.a.All in a garden green15d
20.c.Dargason176c
23.n.Broome, the bonny, bonny broome390
24.d.Milkmayd’s bobb702
33.cThe friar and the nun296
34.a.Chestnut1305
35.cPaul’s wharf1399
36.c.Staines morris57d, 276c, 415b, 1169
37.c.Tom Tinker366b
38.f.Kettledrum995A
39.gMundesse703
41.cLady lie near me698
42.dLull thee beyond thee698
44.gJenny plucked pears697
45.hGathering pescods(15d), 16a
46.hUp tails all276a
48.aScotch cap1407
49.p.Step stately706, 1192
50.aShepherd’s holiday1455
51.cRow well ye mariners403b, 982, 1053, 1426
52.dGray’s Inn mask (Mad Tom)130b, 1142
PRAETORIUS, Michael[P Gesmtausgabe des musikalischen Werke; ed. F. Blume,
1571-16211928-49 (1960) Terpsichore à 4 – 6. 1612]1340
Ballet à 4 P268497
Ballet des bacchanales à 4 P27862c, 751
Ballet des coqs à 4 P254561
Ballet des fous à 3 P632A
Ballet des mateloz à 4 P2801430
Ballet des princesses à 4 P277496
Ballet des sorciers à 4 P2621460
Ballet du Roy pour sonner après P269718
La Bourrée à 4, P32 [Parson’s farewell]712, 1347
Branle de la torche à 5 P15591
Branles de villages à 5 P14594-9
Branles doubles à 4-5 P4, P12572-8
Branles gays à 4 P5, à 5 P4580. 582-4; 585-7
Branles simples à 4-5 P4, P12570-1
La Canarie à 4 P31609, 1343
Courante à 5 P81678
Courante à 5 P123 [Packington’s Pound]303b, 650, 1346
Courante MM Wüstrow à 4 P150684
Courante à 4 P151 [Wolsey’s wilde]9b, 681
Courante à 4 P152 [Light o’ love]236a, 682, 1345
Courante à 4 P154 [Grimstock]184, 187, 405a, 683
Courante à 4 P157 [Mrs Winter’s jump]685, 1348
Courante à 4 P179209c, 686
Courante à 4 P183 [Bull. ‘Battle’]584
Courante de la bataglia à 5 P48514, 677
Courante de Jean Perrichon à 5 P60688
Courante ‘La Rosette’ à 4 P103679
Espagnolette à 5 P261341
Galliarde à 5 P287852
Galliarde à 4 P310852A
La Mouresque à 4 P1081197
Parson’s farewell, see La Bourrée à 4,
Passameze pour les cornetz à 6 P2881128, 1234, 1360
Passamezo and Galliard à 6 P287-2881128A
Pavane de Spaigne P29, 30, see Spanish pavane below
Philou, branle de villages, P14 no 6599
La Sarabande à 5 P331006, 1050, 1344, 1467
Sarabande à 4 P341050A
Spagnioletta à 4 P27-81341, 1464
Spanish pavane à 4 P30; à 5 P29142a, 1342, 1466
Volte à 5 P210 (Volte de France)349, 1531
Volte à 4 P2431350, 1535
Volte à 5 P2231534
Volte de tambour à 4 P1991447, 1536

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