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BYRD, William (1540-1623) - Mass for four voices (c.1592)

Unknown - Elizabeth I in coronation robes (c.1600)
Obra d'autor desconegut (c.1600, còpia d'un original perdut de c.1560) (1)




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William Byrd (London, c.1540 - Stondon Massey, 4 de juliol de 1623) va ser un organista i compositor anglès. Fill de Thomas Byrd, es va formar probablement com a cantant del cor de la Capella Reial sota la direcció de Thomas Tallis. El 25 de març de 1563 va ser nomenat Organist and Master of the Choristers de la Catedral de Lincoln en un càrrec que va preservar fins el 1569. El 1568 es va casar amb Julian Birley amb qui va tenir diversos fills, entre ells, Thomas Byrd (1576-c.1652), músic i compositor entre altres a Valladolid. El febrer de 1572, i després de la mort de Robert Parsons, va jurar com a Gentleman de la Capella Reial on també constava que Byrd era organista de la capella juntament amb Tallis. Aquells primers anys va començar a publicar motets llatins i algunes lamentacions les quals, no obstant, havien estat escrits anys abans de la dècada del 1570. El 1575 va rebre la protecció directa d'Elizabeth I tant pel que fa a composició musical com a edició, impressió i publicació en paper. També en aquesta empresa Byrd i Tallis van col·laborar conjuntament publicant la seva primera col·lecció, per nom Cantiones, quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur i dedicada a la reina, el 1575. El 1577 es va traslladar amb la seva família a Harlington on la seva devoció vers l'església catòlica es va fer més intensa. El 1585, i després de la mort del seu col·lega Tallis, va establir la seva pròpia empresa musical publicant de forma successiva les col·leccions Psalmes, Sonets, & Songs of Sadnes and Pietie (1588), Songs of Sundrie Natures (1589), i Cantiones sacrae (1589 i 1591). També a partir del 1591 va compondre un volum, només preservat en manuscrit, de música per a teclat les partitures del qual van aparèixer publicades molts anys després amb el títol de Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. A l'entorn de 1593 es va traslladar amb la seva família a Stondon Massey on ja hi va romandre la resta de la seva vida. Després de la coronació de James I, les perspectives dels catòlics es van reforçar temporalment fet que va provocar les tres publicacions següents. En la seva col·lecció de tres misses i dos llibres de Gradualia (1605 i 1607), va tractar de proporcionar de manera individualitzada un repertori litúrgic bàsic, que comprenia música per a l'ordinari, és a dir, les parts invariables de la missa, i per al propter, és a dir, les parts de la missa que variaven segons el dia o la festa de totes les celebracions principals. Els darrers anys, i després del gran èxit assolit, es va retirar a Stondon Massey on hi va morir el juliol de 1623.

Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg - Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis (1574)
Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg - Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis (1574) (2)

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Printed latin music:
Cantiones, quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur, 5–8vv (London, 1575), with Tallis [C], F i, TCM ix, B i
Liber primus sacrarum cantionum [Cantiones sacrae], 5vv (London, 1589) (CS i], D ii, B ii
Liber secundus sacrarum cantionum [Cantiones sacrae], 5–6vv (London, 1591) [CS ii], D iii, B iii
Mass, 4vv, c1592–3, F i, 30, TCM ix, 17, B iv, 24
Mass, 3vv, c1593–4, F i, 1, TCM ix, 3, B iv, 1
Mass, 5vv, c1595, F i, 68, TCM ix, 36, B iv, 36
Gradualia ac cantiones sacrae, 3–5vv (London, 1605) [G i./part no.] F iv–v, TCM vii, B v–via, b
Gradualia seu cantionum sacrarum, liber secundus, 4–6vv (London, 1607) [G ii], F vi–vii, TCM vii, B viia, b

Alphabetical list of latin works:
Ab ortu solis, 4vv, G ii 13; F vi, 69, TCM vii, 239, B viia, 64
Ad Dominum cum tribularer, 8vv, GB-Lbl; F ix, 54, TCM ix, 164, B viii, 50; text missing
Adoramus te, Christe, 1v, 4 viols, G i/I 26; F iv, 152, TCM vii, 85, B via, 1
Adorna thalamum tuum, 3vv, G i/III 11; F v, 207, TCM vii, 205, B vib, 136
Ad punctum in modico, 5vv, CH, Ob; F xvi, 122; only two parts extant
Afflicti pro peccatis nostris (c.f. chant), 6vv, CS ii 27–8; D iii, 193, B iii, 212
Alleluia, Ascendit Deus [= All ye people, clap your hands], 5vv, G ii 26; F vii, 10, TCM vii, 286, B viib, 11
Alleluia, Ave Maria … in mulieribus. Alleluia, Virga Jesse, 5vv, G i/I 20; F iv, 101, TCM vii, 58, B v, 117
Alleluia, Cognoverunt. Alleluia, Caro mea, 4vv, G ii 16; F vi, 87, TCM vii, 247, B viia, 75
Alleluia, Confitemini Domino, 3vv, Lbl Add. 18936–9, R.M. Baldwin, Och Mus.45; F viii, 23, TCM ix, 181, B viii, 1
Alleluia, Emitte spiritum tuum, 5vv, G ii 32; F vii, 37, TCM vii, 302, B viib, 42
Alleluia, [Vespere autem sabbati] quae lucescit, 3vv, G i/III 6; F v, 185, TCM vii, 196, B vib, 117
Alma Redemptoris mater, 4vv, G i/II 13; F v, 93, TCM vii, 155, B vib, 35
Angelus Domini descendit de coelo, 3vv, G i/III 8; F v, 192, TCM vii, 199, B vib, 123
Apparebit in finem, 5vv, CS ii 12; D iii, 83, B iii, 89
Ascendit Deus, 5vv, G ii 28; F vii, 17, TCM vii, 290, B viib, 19
Aspice, Domine, de sede sancta tua (c.f. chant), 5vv, CS i 18–19; D ii, 139, B ii, 156
Aspice, Domine, quia facta est desolata civitas, 6vv, C 10; F i, 149, TCM ix 86, B i, 39
Assumpta est Maria … Dominum. Alleluia, 5vv, G i/I 24; F iv, 144, TCM vii, 81, B v, 166
Attollite portas [= Let us arise; Lift up your heads], 6vv, C 11; F i, 159, TCM ix, 92, B i, 52
Audivi vocem, 5vv CH, Lbl, Ob, Och; F viii, 48, TCM ix, 182
Ave Maria … fructus ventris tui, 5vv, G i/I 14; F iv, 75, TCM vii, 40, B v, 83
Ave maris stella, 3vv, G i/III 4; F v, 162, TCM vii, 186, B vib, 97
Ave regina, 4vv, G i/II 14; F v, 103, TCM vii, 159, B vib, 44
*Ave regina caelorum, attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add.31992 (lutebook); attrib. Taverner in Ob Tenbury 1486 and Willmott MS, Spetchley Park, Braikenridge; B viii, 156
Ave verum corpus [= O Lord, God of Israel], 4vv, G i/II 5; F v, 27, TCM vii, 127, B via, 82
Beata es, virgo Maria, 5vv, G, i/I 10; F iv, 53, TCM vii, 30, B v, 60
Beata virgo, 4vv, G ii 9; F vi, 25, TCM vii, 228, B viia, 38
Beata, viscera, 5vv, G i/I 11; F iv, 57, TCM vii, 32, B v, 65
Beati mundo corde, 5vv, G i/I 32; F iv, 199, TCM vii, 112, B via, 53
Benedicta et venerabilis, 5vv, G i/I 7; F iv, 43, TCM vii, 25, B v, 50
* Benigne fac, Domine, 5vv, Ob, Och; F viii, 56, TCM ix, 186
Cantate Domino, 6vv, CS ii 29; D iii, 203, B iii, 223
[Christe, qui lux es … praedicans] Precamur (c.f. chant), 5vv, Och; F viii, 63 TCM ix, 279, B viii, 14
Christus resurgens (c.f. chant), 4vv, G i/II 10; F v, 64, TCM vii, 143, B vib, 9
Cibavit eos, 4vv, G i/II 1; Fv, 1, TCM vii, 116, B via, 61, B viia, 137
Circumdederunt me dolores mortis, 5vv, CS ii 15; D iii, 102, B iii, 111
* Circumspice, Hierusalem, 6vv, Lcm, Ob; F ix, 1, TCM ix, 190
Civitas sancti tui [= Be not wroth very sore; Bow thine ear]: see Ne irascaris
Confirma hoc, Deus, 5vv, G ii 34; F vii, 44, TCM vii, 306, B viib, 49
Constitues eos, 6vv, G ii 39; F vii, 82, TCM vii, 327, B viib, 91
Cunctis diebus, 6vv, CS ii 30; D iii, 211, B iii, 232
Da mihi auxilium, 6vv, C 23; F i, 206, TCM ix, 115, B i, 113
Defecit in dolore, 5vv, CS i 1–2; D ii, 1, B ii, 1
* De lamentatione Hieremiae, 5vv, Lbl, Och, Ob; F viii, 1, TCM ix, 153, B viii, 20
Deo gratias, 4vv G i/II 20; F v, 139, TCM vii, 176, B vib, 82
Descendit de coelis (c.f. chant), 6vv, CS ii 21–2; D iii, 150, B iii, 163
* Deus, in adiutorium meum intende, 6vv, Ob, Och; F ix, 13, TCM ix, 196
Deus, venerunt gentes, 5vv, CS i 11–14; D ii, 80, B ii, 89
Dies sanctificatus, 4vv, G ii 3; F vi, 16, TCM vii, 216, B viia, 14
Diffusa est gratia, 5vv, G i/I 22; F iv, 116, TCM vii, 67, B v, 136
Diliges Dominum, 8vv, C 25; F i, 232, TCM ix, 149, B i, 151
* Domine, ante te omne desiderium, 6vv, Och; F ix, 38, TCM ix, 208
* Domine, exaudi orationem meam et clamor meus, 5vv, Ob Mus.Sch.E.526, Ob Tenbury 389; Ob 389 in F xvi, 127; only 3 parts extant
Domine, exaudi orationem meam, inclina, 5vv, CS ii 10–11; D iii, 68, B iii, 74
Domine, non sum dignus, 6vv, CS ii 23; D iii, 160, B iii, 174
Domine, praestolamur, 5vv, CS i 3–4; D ii, 14, B ii, 15
Domine, quis habitabit, 9vv, Lbl; F ix, 130, TCM ix, 223, B viii, 97
Domine, salva nos, 6vv, CS ii 31; D iii, 68, B iii, 245
Domine, secundum actum meum, 6vv, C 24; F i, 218, TCM ix, 122, B i, 132
Domine, secundum multitudinem dolorum meum, 5vv, CS i 27; D ii, 198, B ii, 221
Domine, tu iurasti, 5vv, CS i 15; D ii, 110, B ii, 124
Dominus in Sina, 5vv, G ii 27; F vii, 14, TCM vii, 288, B viib, 15
Ecce advenit dominator Dominus, 4vv, G ii 10; F vi, 48, TCM vii, 230, B viia, 42
Ecce quam bonum est, 4vv, G i/II 9; F v, 53, TCM vii, 139, B vib, 1
Ecce virgo concipiet, 5vv, G i/I 15; F iv, 78, TCM vii, 42, B v, 87
Ego sum panis vivus, 4vv, G ii 17; F vi, 96, TCM vii, 251, B viia, 82
Emendemus in melius, 5vv, C 4; F i, 119, TCM ix, 61, B i, 1
Exsurge, quare obdormis, Domine? [= Arise, O Lord, why sleepest thou?], 5vv, CS ii 19; D iii, 132, B iii, 144
Fac cum servo tuo, 5vv, CS ii 5; D iii, 33, B iii, 37
Factus est repente de coelo sonus, 5vv, G ii 35; F vii, 48, TCM vii, 308, B viib, 53
Felix es, sacra virgo, 5vv, G i/I 9; F iv, 49, TCM vii, 28, B v, 56
Felix namque es, 5vv, G i/I 19; F iv, 98, TCM vii, 56, B v, 113
Gaudeamus omnes, 5vv, G i/I 23; F iv, 134, TCM vii, 76, B v, 156
Gaudeamus omnes, 5vv, G i/I 29; F iv, 175, TCM vii, 98, B via, 27
Gaude Maria, 5vv, G i/I 21; F iv, 109, TCM vii, 63, B v, 127
Gloria Patri: see Tribue, Domine
Haec dicit Dominus, 5vv, CS ii 13–14; D iii, 90, B iii, 97
Haec dies, 6vv, CS ii 32; D iii, 228, B iii, 251
Haec dies, 3vv, G i/III 7; F v, 189, TCM vii, 198, B vib, 121
Haec dies, 5vv, G ii 21; F vii, 132, TCM vii, 267, B viia, 111
Hodie Beata Virgo Maria, 4vv, G i/II 19; F v, 134, TCM vii, 174, B vib, 77
Hodie Christus natus est, 4vv, G ii 6; F vi, 26, TCM vii, 220, B viia, 20
Hodie Simon Petrus, 6vv, G ii 42; F vii, 104, TCM vii, 340, B viib, 114
Iesu nostra redemptio, 4vv, G ii 19; F vi, 110, TCM vii, 257, B viia, 93
Infelix ego, 6vv, CS ii 24–6; D iii, 166, B iii, 180
In manus tuas, Domine, 4vv, G i/II 15; F v, 111, TCM vii, 163, B vib, 51
In resurrectione tua, 5vv, CS i 17; D ii, 134, B ii, 150
Iustorum animae, 5vv, G i/I 31; F iv, 194, TCM vii, 109, B via, 48
Laetania, 4vv, G i/II 16; F v, 118, TCM vii, 166, B vib, 56
Laetentur coeli, 5vv, CS i 28–9; D ii, 206, B ii, 229
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes, 6vv, G ii 45; F vii, 132, TCM vii, 356, B viib, 143
Laudate, pueri, Dominum [= Behold, now praise the Lord], 6vv, C 17; F i, 181, TCM ix, 105, B i, 82
Laudibus in sanctis, 5vv, CS ii 1–2; D iii, 1, B iii, 1
Levemus corda, 5vv, CS ii 16; D iii, 110, B iii, 121
Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna (c.f. chant), 5vv, C 33; F i, 275, TCM ix, 81, B i, 213
Libera me, Domine, et pone me juxta te, 5vv, C 5; F i, 124, TCM ix, 64, B i, 8
Memento, Domine, 5vv, CS i 8; D ii, 55
Memento, homo [= O Lord, give ear], 6vv, C 18; F i, 194, TCM ix, 112, B i, 97
Memento, salutis auctor, 3vv, G i/III 3; F v, 156, TCM vii, 183, B vib, 93
Miserere mei, Deus, 5vv, CS ii 20; D iii, 144, B iii, 157
Miserere mihi, Domine (c.f. chant), 6vv, C 29; F i, 240, TCM ix, 129, B i, 161
Ne irascaris (2p. Civitas sancti tui) [= Behold, I bring you; Let not thy wrath; O Lord, turn thy wrath] 5vv, CS i 20–21; D ii, 151, B ii, 169
Ne perdas (c.f. chant), 5vv, Lbl, Lcm, Ob, Och; F viii, 99, TCM ix, 243, B viii, 168
Non vos relinquam orphanos, 5vv, G ii 37; F vii, 66, TCM vii, 318, B viib, 73
Nos enim pro peccatis [= Let not our prayers]: see Tribulationes civitatem
Nunc dimittis servum tuum, 5vv, G i/I 4; F iv, 17, TCM vii, 11, B v, 19
Nunc scio vere, 6vv, G ii 38; F vii, 71, TCM vii, 321, B viib, 80
O admirabile commercium, 4vv, G ii 7; F vi, 33, TCM vii, 223, B viia, 28
Oculi omnium, 4vv, G i/II 2; F v, 8, TCM vii, 119, B via, 67, B viia, 142
O Domine, adiuva me, 5vv, CS i 5; D ii, 29, B ii, 32
O gloriosa Domina, 3vv, G i/III 2; F v, 150, TCM vii, 181, B vib, 89
O lux, beata Trinitas, 6vv, C 12; F i, 170, TCM ix, 99, B i, 69
O magnum misterium, 4vv, G ii 8; F vi, 40, TCM vii, 226, B viia, 34
Omni tempore benedic Deum (c.f. chant), 5vv, Lbl, Ob, Och; F viii, 122, TCM ix, 257, B viii, 178
Optimam partem elegit, 5vv, G i/I 25; F iv, 148, TCM vii, 83, B v, 170
O quam gloriosum est regnum, 5vv, CS i 22–3; D ii, 166, B ii, 187
O quam suavis est, 4vv, G ii 18; F vi, 101, TCM vii, 253, B viia, 86
O Rex gloriae, 5vv, G ii 30; F vii, 23, TCM vii, 294, B viib, 26
O sacrum convivium, 4vv, G i/II 7; F v, 37, TCM vii, 132, B via, 92
O salutaris hostia, 4vv, G i/II 6; F v, 31, TCM vii, 129, B via, 87
O salutaris hostia, 6vv, Ob, Och; F ix, 48, TCM ix, 257, B viii, 44
[Pange lingua … misterium.] Nobis datus, 4vv, Gi/II 8; F v, 43, TCM vii, 134, B via, 97
Pascha nostrum … veritatis, 5vv, G ii 24; F vii, 152, TCM vii, 278, B viia, 132
Peccantem me quotidie, 5vv, C 6; F i, 138, TCM ix, 72, B i, 28
Peccavi super numerum, 5vv, Lbl, Ob, Och; F viii, 133, TCM ix, 264
Petrus beatus (c.f. chant), 5vv, Ob; F viii, 145, TCM ix, 270, B viii, 137
Plorans ploravit, 5vv, G i/I 28; F iv, 165, TCM vii, 92, B via, 15
Post dies octo, 3vv, G i/III 9; F v, 195, TCM vii, 200, B vib, 125
Post partum, virgo, 5vv, G i/I 18; F iv, 94, TCM vii, 53, B v, 108
Psallite Domino, 5vv, G ii 29; F vii, 20, TCM vii, 292, B viib, 23
Preces Deo fundamus, Lbl; B xvi, 180; consort song, fragment
Puer natus est, 4vv, G ii 1; F vi, 1, TCM vii, 210, B viia, 2
Quem terra, pontus, aethera, 3vv, G i/III 1; F v, 140, TCM vii, 177, B vib, 83
Quis est homo, 5vv, CS ii 3–4; D iii, 18, B iii, 21
Quis me statim, 1v, 4 viols Lbl, Lcm, Ob, US-CA; B xv, 140; consort song
Quodcunque ligaveris, 6vv, G ii 44; F vii, 120, TCM vii, 349, B viib, 131
Quomodo cantabimus?, 8vv, GB-Lbl, Ob; F ix; 99, TCM ix, 283
Quotiescunque manducabitis, 4vv, G i/II 4; F v, 21, TCM vii, 124, B via, 77
Recordare, Domine, 5vv, CS ii 17–18; D iii, 120, B iii, 132
Reges Tharsis, 4vv, G ii 11; F vi, 57, TCM vii, 234, B viia, 49
Regina coeli, 3vv, G i/III 5; F v, 176, TCM vii, 192, B vib, 109
Responsum accepit Simeon, 5vv, G i/I 5; F iv, 28, TCM vii, 17, B v, 31
Resurrexi, 5vv, G ii 20; F vii, 123, TCM vii, 262, B viia, 102
Rorate coeli, 5vv, G i/I 12; F iv, 61, TCM vii, 34, B v, 70
Sacerdotes Domini, 4vv, G i/II 3; F v, 18, TCM vii, 123, B via, 75
Salve regina, 4vv, G i/II 12; F v, 84, TCM vii, 151, B vib, 26
Salve regina, 5vv, CS ii 6–7; D iii, 42, B iii, 47
Salve sancta parens, 5vv, G i/I 6; F iv, 35, TCM vii, 21, B v, 40
Salve sola Dei genetrix, 4vv, G i/II 17; F v, 123, TCM vii, 169, B vib, 67
Senex puerum portabat … adoravit, 4vv, G i/II 18; F v, 130, TCM vii, 172, B vib, 73
Senex puerum portabat … regebat, 5vv, G i/I 3; F iv, 14, TCM vii, 10, B v, 16
Sicut audivimus, 5vv, G i/I 2; F iv, 10, TCM vii, 8, B v, 12
Siderum rector, 5vv, C 19; F i, 199, TCM ix, 78, B i, 104
Similes illis fiant, 4vv, Lbl Add.17802–5; F viii, 42, B viii, 4
Solve iubente Deo, 6vv, G ii 40; F vii, 90, TCM vii, 332, B viib, 99
Speciosus forma, 5vv, G i/I 17; F iv, 88, TCM vii, 49, B v, 101
Spiritus Domini, 5vv, G ii 31; F vii, 28, TCM vii, 297, B viib, 34
Surge, illuminare, Ierusalem, 4vv, G ii 15; F vi, 82, TCM vii, 244, B viia, 58
Suscepimus Deus, 5vv, G i/I 1; F iv, 1, TCM vii, 3, B v, 2
Te deprecor: see Tribue, Domine
Terra tremuit, 5vv, G ii 23; F vii, 150, TCM vii, 277, B viia, 129
Timete Dominum, 5vv, G i/I 30; F iv, 185, TCM vii, 104, B via, 37
Tollite portas, 5vv, G i/I 13; F iv, 70, TCM vii, 38, B v, 78
Tribue, Domine (2p. Te deprecor; 3p. Gloria Patri), 6vv, C 30–32; F i, 14, TCM ix, 132, B i, 167
Tribulationes civitatum (2p. Timor et hebetudo; 3p. Nos enim pro peccatis [= Let not our prayers]), 5vv, CS i 24–6; D ii, 180, B ii, 202
Tribulatio proxima est, 5vv, CS ii 8–9; D iii, 58, B iii, 63
Tristitia et anxietas, 5vv, CS i 6–7; D ii, 37, B ii, 42
Tu es pastor ovium, 6vv, G ii 43; F vii, 144, TCM vii, 346, B viib, 125
Tu es Petrus, 6vv, G ii 41; F vii, 97, TCM vii, 336, B viib, 107
Tui sunt coeli, 4vv, G ii 4; F vi, 20, TCM vii, 218, B viia, 17
Turbarum voces in passione Domini secundum Ioannem, 3vv, G i/III 10; F v, 198, TCM vii, 202, B vib, 128
Unam petii a Domino, 5vv, G i/I 27; F iv, 155, TCM vii, 87, B via, 4
Veni, Sancte Spiritus, et emitte, 5vv, G ii 36; F vii, 53, TCM vii, 311, B viib, 59
Veni, Sancte Spiritus, reple, 5vv, G ii 33; F vii, 41, TCM vii, 304, B viib, 46
Venite, comedite panem meum, 4vv, G ii 14; F vi, 77, TCM vii, 242, B viia, 71
Venite, exultemus Domino, 6vv, G ii 46; F vii, 141, TCM vii, 361, B viib, 152
Victimae paschali laudes, 5vv, G ii 22; F vii, 137, TCM vii, 270, B viia, 117
Vide, Domine, afflictionem nostram, 5vv, CS i 9–10; D ii, 65, B ii, 73
Viderunt … Dei nostri, 4vv, G ii 5; F vi, 24, TCM vii, 219, B viia, 20
Viderunt … omnis terra, 4vv, G ii 2; F vi, 11, TCM vii, 213, B viia, 9
Vidimus stellam, 4vv, G ii 12; F vi, 64, TCM vii, 237, B viia, 54
Vigilate, 5vv, CS i 16; D ii, 120, B ii, 135
Virgo Dei genetrix, 5vv, G i/I 8; F iv, 46, TCM vii, 26, B v, 53
Viri Galilei, 5vv, G ii 25; F vii, 1, TCM vii, 281, B viib, 2
Visita quaesumus, Domine, 4vv, G i/II 11; F v, 76, TCM vii, 148, B vib, 19
Vultum tuum, 5vv, G i/I 16; F iv, 82, TCM vii, 45, B v, 94

Printed english music:
Psalmes, Sonets and Songs, 5vv (London, 1588) [PSS i], D xii, EM xiv
Songs of Sundrie Natures, 3–6vv (London, 1589) [SSN], D xiii, EM xv
Psalmes, Songs and Sonnets … fit for Voyces or Viols, 3–6vv (London, 1611) [PSS ii], D xiv, EM xvi, B xiv

English liturgical music:
For sources see R.T. Daniel and P. le Huray: The Sources of English Church Music 1549–1660, EECM, suppl.i (1972)
Short Service, 4–6vv: Ven, TeD, Bs, Ky 1–2, Cr, San, Mag and Nunc; F x, 52, TCM ii, 51, B xa, 59
Second Service, 1/5vv, org: Mag and Nunc; F x, 108, TCM ii, 99, B xa, 121
Third Service, 5vv, ‘three Minnoms’: Mag and Nunc; F x, 122, TCM ii, 111, B xa, 136
Great Service, 5–10vv: *Ven, TeD, Bs, Ky, Cr, Mag and Nunc; F x, 136; TCM ii, 123, B xb
First Preces and Psalms 47, 54, 100 (Jub; one part only); F x, 1, 18, 27, xvi, 138, TCM ii, 3, B xa, 9
Second Preces and Psalms 114, 55, 119, 24; F x, 36, 38, 46, i, 159, TCM ii, 13, B xa, 28
*Third Preces and Responses, 5vv; F x, 7, 10, TCM ii, 49, B xa, 1
* Litany, 5vv; US-NYp Chirk, B xa, 50

anons
Most of the canons in F xvi are now thought to be spurious; see Brett (1972)
Canon two in one ‘per arsin et thesin’, B xvi, 169
Canon six in one (and four in two), B xvi, 171

consort music
all published in B xvii; p. nos. in parentheses
Fantasias, grounds and dances:
Browning a 5 (39)
Fantasia a 3 in C, no.1 (2)
Fantasia a 3 in C, no.2 (4)
Fantasia a 3 in C, no.3 (6)
Fantasia a 4 in a, inc. (11)
Fantasia a 4 in G [= In manus tuas, Domine], one part only (147)
Fantasia a 4 in g, PSS ii 15 (7)
Fantasia a 5 in C [= kbd fantasia in C, MB 26] (19)
Fantasia a 6 in F [= Laudate, pueri, Dominum], inc. (48)
Fantasia a 6 in g, no.1 (53)
Fantasia a 6 in g, no.2, PSS ii 26 (63)
Pavan a 5 in c [= kbd pavan in c, MB 29] (73)
Pavan and galliard a 6 in C (75)
Prelude [and Ground] (29)

In Nomines:
In Nomine a 4, no.1 (80)
In Nomine a 4, no.2 (83)
In Nomine a 5, no.1 (86)
In Nomine a 5, no.2, ‘on the sharpe’ (90)
In Nomine a 5, no.3 (94)
In Nomine a 5, no.4 (98)
In Nomine a 5, no.5 (103)

Hymn and Miserere settings:
Christe qui lux es a 4, no.1, 3 verses (110)
[Christe qui lux es] a 4, no.2, 3 verses (114)
[Christe qui lux es] a 4, no.3, 1 verse (117)
Christe Redemptor a 4, 2 verses (118)
Miserere a 4, 2 verses (122)
* Salvator mundi a 4, 2 verses (124)
Sermone blando a 3, 2 verses (108)
* Sermone blando a 4, no.1, 3 verses (127)
Sermone blando a 4, no.2, anon. (130)
* Te lucis ante terminum a 4, 12 verses (8 + 4) (134)

Instrumental:

Keyboard music
MB nos. follow in parentheses
Fantasias, preludes, hymns and antiphons:
Fantasia in a (13)
Fantasia in C, no. 1 [= consort Fantasia a 5 in C] (26)
Fantasia in C, no.2 (25)
Fantasia in C, no.3 (27)
Verse [Fantasia in C, no.4] (28)
Fantasia in d (46)
Voluntary for my Lady Nevell [Fantasia in G, no.1] (61)
Fantasia in G, no.2 (62)
Fantasia in G, no.3 (63)
Ut mi re (65)
Ut re mi fa sol la, in G (64)
Prelude in a (12)
Prelude in C (24)
Prelude in F, GB-Lbl R.M.24.d.3, anon.
Prelude in G, Lbl R.M.24.d.3, anon.
Prelude in g (1)

Clarifica me, Pater, 3 settings (47–9)
Gloria tibi Trinitas (50)
Miserere, 2 settings (66–7)
Salvator mundi, 2 settings (68–9)

Grounds and related pieces:
‘The seconde grownde’, in C (42)
[Short] Ground in C (43)
[Short] Ground in G (9)
[Short] Ground in g (86)
Hornpipe (39)
Hugh Aston’s Ground (20)
My Lady Nevell’s Ground (57)
Qui passe [Chi passa] for my Lady Nevell (19)
The Bells (38)
The Hunt’s Up, or Pescodd Time (40)
Ut re mi fa sol la, in F (58)

Variations:
All in a garden green (56)
Callino casturame (35)
Fortune (6)
Go from my window (79)
Gypsies’ Round (80)
John come kiss me now (81)
O mistress mine, I must (83)
Rowland, or Lord Willoughby’s Welcome home (7)
Sellinger’s Round (84)
The Carman’s Whistle (36)
The Maiden’s Song (82)
The woods so wild (85)
Walsingham (8)
Wilson’s wild (37)

Pavans and Galliards:
Pavan and Galliard in a, no.1 (14)
Pavan and two Galliards in a, no.2, The Earl of Salisbury (15)
Pavan and Galliard in a, no.3 (16)
Pavan in a, no.4 (17)
Pavan and Galliard in B  (23)
Pavan and Galliard in C, no.1 (30)
Pavan and Galliard in C, no.2, Kinborough Good (32)
Pavan and Galliard in C, no.3 (33)
Galliard in C, no.4, Mistress Mary Brownlow (34)
Pavan and Galliard in c, no.1 (29)
Pavan and Galliard in c, no.2 (31)
Pavan and Galliard in d, no.1 (52)
Galliard in d, no.2 (53)
Pavan and Galliard in F, no.1, Bray (59)
Pavan and Galliard in F, no.2, Ph. Tregian (60)
Quadran Pavan and Galliard in G, no.1, on the passamezzo moderno (70)
Pavan and Galliard in G, no.2 (71)
Pavan and Galliard in G, no.3 (72)
Pavan and Galliard in G, no.4 (73)
Echo Pavan and Galliard in G, no.5, anon. (114)
Pavan in G, no.6, Canon 2 in 1 (74)
Lady Monteagle’s Pavan in G, no.7 (75)
Pavan in G, no.8 (76)
Galliard in G, no.9 (77)
Passamezzo Pavan and Galliard in g, no.1, on the passamezzo antico (2)
Pavan and Galliard in g, no.2, Sir William Petre (3)
Pavan and Galliard in g, no.3 (4)

Other dances, descriptive music and arrangements:
Alman in C, Lbl R.M.24.d.3, anon.
[Monsieur’s] Alman in C (44)
Alman in G (11)
Monsieur’s Alman in G, no.1 (87)
Monsieur’s Alman in G, no.2 (88)
Alman in g (89)
The Queen’s Alman (10)
The Ghost (alman) (78)
Coranto in C (45)
Three French Corantos (21)
Jig in a (22)
The Galliard Jig (18)
Lavolta in g, no.1, Lady Morley (90)
Lavolta in g, no.2 (91)
The Barley Break (92)
The Battle (94)
The March before the Battle, or The Earl of Oxford’s March (93)
In Nomine (Parsons, arr. Byrd) (51)
O quam gloriosum est regnum (?arr. Byrd), MB, lv, 48
Pavan and Galliard, Delight (Johnson, arr. Byrd) (5)
Lachrymae Pavan (Dowland, arr. Byrd) and Galliard (Harding, arr. Byrd) (54–5)

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Doubtful works:
English
Service in F: TeD, Bs, Cp 34, 38–9, fragments; F xvi, 130; B xa, 162
Short Service: San, Lbl Add.34203; F x, 95, TCM ii, 89, B xa, 162
*Litany, 4vv, Cu (formerly EL 4); F x, 15, TCM ii, 49, B xa, 149
By force I live, 1v, 4 viols, Lbl Add.18936–9; B xv, 155
Glory to God on high, 1v only, Cu (formerly EL 28); B xi, 191
If trickling tears, Ob Tenbury 389, one part only; F xvi, 147
Methought of late, 1v, 4 viols, Lbl Add.17792–6; B xv, 158
My little sweet darling, consort song attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add. 17786–91; MB xxii, no.25
O Lord, turn not away thy face, 4vv, Ob Mus.Sch.F. 17–19 (attrib. ‘W. B.’)
O trifling toys, Ob Tenbury 389, one part only; F xvi, 149
Out of the deep, 5vv, Lbl Add.17792–6, US-NYp Drexel 4180–84; B xi, 192
Out of the deep, 6vv, GB-Och Mus.1001 (attrib. O. Gibbons), Ojc 181, US-NYp Drexel 4180–85; B xi, 57
The day delayed, 1v, 4 viols, GB-Lbl Add.31992, Och 984–8; B xv, 161

Latin
* Domine Deus omnipotens, 5vv, Och; F viii, 77, TCM ix, 213
Reges Tharsis, 5vv, Och Mus.979–83; F vii, 162
Sanctus, 3vv, Och Mus.45; F viii, 27
Sponsus amat sponsum, 5vv, Lbl Add.32377, Ob Mus.Sch.E.423, Ob Tenbury 389; two parts in F xvi, 128
Vide, Domine, quoniam tribulor, 5vv, Lbl Add.23624, Ob Tenbury 389; F vii, 169

Keyboard music
MB nos. follow in parentheses
Galliard (105); Galliard, If my complaints (103); Malt’s come down, Fitzwilliam Virginal Book [no. 150] (107); Medley (112)

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Lost works
only text extant
Behold, O God, with thy all prospering eye [? = Behold, O God, the sad and heavy case], Lbl Harl.6346, Ob Rawl.poet.23; B xi, 190
God be merciful unto us, J. Clifford: The Divine Services and Anthems (London, 2/1664)
Let us be glad, Lbl Harl.6346, Ob Rawl.poet.23; B xi, 190
Sing ye to our God, Lbl Harl.6346, Ob Rawl.poet.23; B xi, 191

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Misattributed works
English
Short Service: *Ky 2, attrib. Byrd in GB-DRc E.4–11, Cp 31–46; attrib. Giles in Cjc 181; F x, 80, TCM ii, 81; alternative *Cr, attrib. Byrd in DRc E.4–11, Cp 31–46; attrib. Farrant in Cpc 6 (1–6); TCM ii, 82
Service, attrib. Byrd in Ob E 40; attrib. Inglott in Och 1001 and later MSS
Abradad, attrib. ‘Mr. B’ in Ob Tenbury 389; F xvi, 145, is Ah, Alas, you salt sea gods, consort song by R. Farrant; MB xxii, no.7
Come tread the paths, consort song, attrib. Byrd in Ob Tenbury 389; MB xxii, no.3
Let God arise, attrib. Byrd in Och Mus. 1012; F xvi, 141, is by T. Ford
O heav’nly God, consort song, attrib. ‘Mr B’ in Ob Tenbury 389 is by ?N. Strogers; MB xxii, no.22
O praise our Lord, ye saints above, 5vv, attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add.17797, attrib. A. Ferrabosco (i) in Lbl Add.18936–9; F xi, 33, B xi, 174

Latin
Decantabat populus, 5vv, attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add.37402–6, anon. in Och Mus.984–8; F viii, 68
Dies illa, 5vv, Lbl R.M. Baldwin, TCM ix, 303, is by R. Parsons (i)
Incola ego sum, 4vv, Ob Tenbury 354–8, TCM ix, 241, is by R. Parsons
Quia illic, 4vv, fragment, attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add.35001; TCM ix, 312

Consort music
Fantasia a 4 in d, no.1, US-Ws V.a.405, f.40v; B xvii, 14
Fantasia a 4 in d, no.2, Ws V.a.405, f.41r; B xvii, 16
In Nomine a 7, attrib. Byrd in Lbl Add.32377, is by R. Parsons (i); F xvii, 119

Keyboard
MB nos. follow in parentheses
Alman (108);
Alman (109);
Lullaby (110);
Medley (111);
Pavan (101);
Pavan (102);
Pavan and Galliard (98);
Pavan (99b);
Pavan and Galliard, Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, nos.174–5 (99a, c);
Pavan and Galliard (100);
Prelude (96);
Prelude (97);
Bonny sweet Robin (106);
The Hunt's Up (41);
Miserere mei Deus (arr.), Lbl Add.31403, F viii, 29;
Sir John Gray’s Galliard, Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, no.191 (104)



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  1. Caramba, gracias Pau!! Tenía este magnífico disco,
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