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Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography 



Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography 

Bruno Nettl, General Editor 



Number 1 REFERENCE MATERIALS IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, by 

Bruno Nettl 1961 46p $1. 50 

A bibliographic essay on primitive, oriental, and 
folk music which organizes, describes and evalu- 
ates books and articles on the subjects. 



Number 2 SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN: AN INDEX TO THE TEXTS OF 

HIS VOCAL WORKS, compiled by Sirvart Poladian 
1961 91p $2.75 

The first comprehensive index to first lines, 
titles, and refrains of Sir Arthur Sullivan's vocal 
works, sacred and secular. 



Number 3 AN INDEX TO BEETHOVEN'S CONVERSATION BOOKS, 

by Donald W. MacArdle 1962 46p $2. 00 

A complete index of the persons and places named 
in Georg Schilnemann's 'Ludwig van Beethovens 
Konversationshefte' (3 vols. , Berlin, 1941-1943) 
and in portions of Jacques -Gabriel Prod'homme's 
'Les cahiers de conversation de Beethoven' (Paris, 
1946). 



Number 4 GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR MUSIC RESEARCH, by 

Keith E. Mixter 1962 38p $2.00 

This study of references to general bibliographic 
tools describes material that would be of direct 
interest to musicians, as well as pertinent material 
in related fields such as history, the fine arts, or 
the social sciences. 



Number 5 A HANDBOOK OF AMERICAN OPERATIC PREMIERES, by 

Julius Mattfeld 1963 135p $3. 00 

A guide, arranged alphabetically by title, to the 
first American performances of operas from 1731 
to 1962. Included are operas by American com- 
posers performed in Eurof)e as well as a selection 
of better known light operas and musical comedies 
of native and foreign origin. The details furnish 
the date, place, and language of the performances. 



MEDIEVAL AND 
RENAISSANCE MUSIC 

ON 
LONG-PLAYING RECORDS 



by 

Jajnes Coover 
Music Librarian 
Vassar College 
Poughkeepsie, New York 

Richard Colvig 
Music Librarian 
Oakland Public Library 
Oakland, California 



1964 

Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography 
Number 6 



Copyright 1964 

by 
JAMES COOVER 

and 
RICHARD COLVIG 



Publication has been assisted by a grant from the 
Lucy Maynard Salmon Fund of Vassar College. 



Published by 
INFORMATION SERVICE, INCORPORATED 
10 West Warren Detroit 1, Michigan 



IS&. 2 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION vii-viii 

ABBREVIATIONS . ix-xii 

Record label abbreviations ix-x 

Sources cited xl 

Other abbreviations xii 

PART I: ANTHOLOGIES OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC 1-37 

Chant (Numbers 1-84) 5-7 

Medieval (Numbers "85 -123) 8-13 

Renaissance (Numbers 124-317) 14-36 

Addenda (Numbers 318-322) 37 

PART II: INDEX TO ANTHOLOGIES AND INDIVIDUAL DISCOGRAPHIES, BY COMPOSER, . . , 39-78 

A-Z 43-76 

Anonymous 76-78 

PART III: PERFORMER INDEX 79-88 

Choruses 83-84 

Conductors 84-85 

Harpsichordists 86 

Instrumental ensembles 86 

Lute (or Guitar) 86 

Organ 87 

Pianoforte 87 

Viols and gambas 87 

Virginals 87 

Vocal soloists 87-88 

Vocal and instrumental ensembles 88 

FIRST SUPPLEMENT, 1960-1961 89-122 

A note on the Supplement 91 

PART I: ANTHOLOGIES OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC 93-102 

Chant (Numbers 323-339) 95 

Medieval and Renaissance (Numbers 340-387) ^ 96-102 

PART II: INDEX TO ANTHOLOGIES AND INDIVIDUAL DISCOGRAPHIES, BY COMPOSER. . . . 103-118 

A-Z 105-117 

Anonymous 117-118 

PART III: PERFORMER INDEX 119-122 

Ensembles (Choral and Instrumental) 121 

Conductors 121-122 

Solo and featured instrumentalists and singers 122 



INTRODUCTION 



The effect of the first decade of the long-playing record upon our musical life has been 
momentous indeed. We have been presented, in a short ten years, with a quantity of recorded serious 
music which would exceed the wildest imaginings of our grandparents' generation. Not only is the 
quantity greater, but the quality of performance has improved markedly, too, for the LP and its wide 
dissemination have focussed more attention than ever before in music history on the proprieties or 
improprieties of various performing practices. Yet withal, this is a profusion of riches whose real 
value and extent we ourselves have not been permitted to appreciate fully, since bibliographical 
organization, which is essential if not tantamount to aural accessibility, has fallen far behind the 
flood of recordings being issued. The fine discographies contributed by the Messrs Clough and Cuming, 
Myers and Hill, Miller, Schonberg and Kolodin, Darrell and the rest are extremely useful, it is true, 
but they are for the most part general works or reviewing media which do not attempt to furnish the 
intensive indexing of special periods, styles, media, genre, performers, and species which becomes 
more necessary every day. 

Not the least of the formidable tasks facing us is that of providing access to the contents 
of anthologies, especially those of chants and medieval and renaissance compositions. The protracted 
playing time of the microgroove record makes the anthology the natural vehicle for presenting works 
from these periods, since the bulk of them, of course, are short-- e. g. , laude, madrigals, chansons, 
instrumental dance pieces, and the like. For this reason--and for musicological reasons such as the 
necessity to identify anonymous compositions and their sources, and the need to recognize variant 
settings of the same text--these discs need more knowledgeable, more thorough, and more frequent 
bibliographical analysis than those in perhaps any other category. 

Some analysis of this sort is performed regularly by most libraries, although it duplicates 
the efforts of many other libraries (at enormous aggregate expense), and despite the fact that the 
analyses are very temporary, being discarded as the discs themselves wear out and are withdrawn. 
At no time, either, does the amount of analysis by any library provide what might be called a com- 
prehensive overview of the phonographic resources for these periods, or a dependable inventory of the 
number of compositions by, say, Machaut, now available, or a reliable indication of gaps in the 
recorded. literature which need to be filled (see, e.g. , under Busnois in the Index here). Nor does any 
library's catalog benefit anyone other than its own users! 

For these reasons, and also because there has been always a faint hope that a list such as 
the present one would appear someday to obviate the need for such expensive cataloging, the Vassar 
College Music Library has analyzed to date only a few of the many medieval and renaissance antholo- 
gies in its collection. When it became apparent several years ago that no such list was in the offing, 
however, and that sooner or later some bibliographical access to these works would have to be fur- 
nished the students and faculty at Vassar, it seemed only reasonable then to expand the scope and de- 
tail of the undertaking to a point where it would benefit interested persons everywhere, not only those 
at Vassar. 

A dittoed list of recorded medieval and renaissance music was therefore prepared by one 
of the present compilers and issued by Vassar in December of 1957. It was warmly received by 
musicians, and the limited number of copies which had been run off was quickly exhausted. Despite 
subsequent continuing demands for it, it was decided not to reissue the list until the expansions and 
improvements evident in this, the revised version, could be made. 

Like the original, the scope of the index at hand includes all microgroove recordings, 
either 33.3 or 45rpm, issued in Great Britain, France, Italy, Germany, and the United States which 



are devoted solely or mainly to music from the medieval and renaissance periods. In several in- 
stances where only one or two works from these periods appeared in an anthology but were considered 
important or unusual they were also included. The greatest expansion of this index over the earlier, 
however, is not in the r.umber of records listed but in the detail with which the contents of each have 
been analyzed. Thus, where before only the last names of the composers whose compositions 
appeared in a particular collection were set out, this index specifies the exact title for each composi- 
tion on each disc. 

Titles themselves, however, are not always precise identification of a composition, and 
other descriptive features have had to be added, such as indications of the sources for certain com- 
positions, particularly anonymous works, known to be from, e.g. the Bayeux Ms., an Attaignant 
collection, or the Glogauer or Locheimer Liederbuch. If only a portion of a work appears on a 
record--just the Kyrie of a Mass, e. g. --an attempt has been made to specify which portion. Where 
the nominal performance medium of a work differs from that in which it appears on a record, in 
most instances some indication of this has also been given. Finally, whenever supplied in the source 
(i.e., usually the record itself), the species of certain compositions whose titles alone might be mis- 
leading has been noted; thus, "lauda," "organum," "motet," "villanelle, " "chanson" and other 
comments appear parenthetically throughout the list. Much of the indexing has had to be done from 
secondary sources, and it has not been possible therefore to supply as much of this kind of identifying 
data as we should have lilced. 

It should be emphasized that this work covers not only anthologies of compositions by 
several composers, but anthologies of compositions by only one composer as well. Part I sets out 
the former; the latter are included in Part II of the Index, where we hope to have provided a compre- 
hensive (but probably not complete) inventory of the recorded works of each composer listed. The 
user is advised to read carefully the instructions which precede the Index for an explanation of its 
coverage and its method of operation. 

Although it is regrettable that not all of the records listed are still commercially avail- 
able, such availability is of but small moment in the over-all intent of this index; doubtless all of 
them are in libraries' and archives' collections somewhere and consequently accessible for some 
years to come. 

The work of enlarging the original dittoed list has been done by Mr. Richard Colvig, 
Music Cataloger at Vassar, 1959-1960, whose manifest interest in and knowledge of the music of the 
periods covered, and whose thoroughness, are the chief reasons for the index's enhanced utility. He 
has had, from time to time, the assistance of several music students ac Vassar, including Miss Jean 
Sa'id, Miss Kathryn Kleckley, and Miss Mahala Burck. Neither they nor Mr. Colvig are to blame, 
however, 'for the errors which will probably turn up as the natural result of the decision to include all 
pertinent recordings, whether they were available for direct consultation at Vassar or not. Hopefully, 
these have been kept to a minimum, but we shall welcome, of course, corrections and additions. 



JC 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

May 13, 1960 



RECORD LABEL ABBREVIATIONS 



A 


Philips 10" 


DS 


Gregorian Inst of America 


ABC 


ABC-Paramount 


DT, Due 


Ducretet-Thomson 


Acad 


Academy 


DTX 


Pathe (Fr) 


ACLP 


Gregorian Inst of America 


DX 


Decca 


Aeolian 


Aeolian-Skinner 


EA 


Experiences Anonymes 


Al 


Allegro 


EGB 


Delyse 


ALP 


HMV 


Eco 


Eco 10" 


AMS 


Lumen (Archives Sonores de 


ED 


Pathe 




la Musique Sacfee) 


Educo 




Amad 


Amadeo 


EFM 


Erato 


Ang 


Angel 


Efour 




AP 


Heliodor 


EIA 


Erato 


APM 


Archive (Br) 12" 


. EKL 


Elektra 


ARC 


Archive (US) 


EL 


Gregorian Inst of America 


AVRS 


Amadeo 


Elec 


Electrola 


AWD 


Decca 7" 45 rpm (Ger) 


EMS 


Elaine Music Shop 


AWT 


Telefunken 


EP 


HMV 


Bam 


Boite a Musique 


EPA 


Archive 7" 45 rpm 


Bartok 




EPL 


Dt. Grammophon 7" 45 rpm 


BG 


Bach Guild 


ES. ESJ 


Esoteric 


BLE 


Telefunken 


ESBF 


Columbia 7" 45 rpm 


Bible 


Bible -tone 


Esq 


Esoteric' 


BM 


Barenreiter-Musicaphon 


Fan 


Fantasy 


BN 


Gregorian Inst of America 


Fest 


Festival (US) 


C 


Columbia (Ger) 


FM 


Montilla 


Can 


Cantate 


FS 


Folkways 


Cam 


Cambridge (US) 


GC 


Golden Crest 


Cath 


Catholic 


GIA-PM 


Gregorian Inst of America 10' 


CCL 


Pye 


HM, HMC 


Harmonia Mundi 


CdM 


Chant du Monde 


HMV 


His Master's Voice 


CE 


Classic Editions 


HP-APM 


Archive (Fr) 


Cetra 


Cetra-Soria 


HS-AS 


Anthologie Sonore 


CHC.CHS 


Concert Hall Society 


HSL 


Haydn Society 


CID 


Comp. Ind. du Disque 


KCL 


Kapp 


CLP 


HMV 


KL 


Columbia (US) 


CLPS 


Colosseum 


KSL 


Columbia (US) 


CM 


Camerata 


LAY 


Gregorian Inst of America 10' 


CND 


Club National du Disque 


LCT 


Victor — 


Concord 




LD 


Boite a Musique 


Cot 


Contrepoint 


LD 


Lumen 


CR 


Gregorian Inst of America 


LD 


Victor (US)- 


CRS 


Cambridge (US) 


LDE 


Erato 


CS 


Paar Records 


LDS 


Victor (stereo) - 


CX 


Columbia (Br) 


LDY 


Erato 


Dec 


Decca (US) 


UST 


Lyrichord 


DGA-AP 


Archive 10" 


LL, LLA 


London 


Dis 


Discophiles Francais 


LM 


Victor — 


DL 


Decca (US) 


Lon 


London 


DS 


Delyse (stereo) 


LPC 


Cetra (Fr) 



LPEM 


Dt. Grammophon 


RSS 


Record Society (stereo) 


LSA 


London 


S 


Gregorian Inst of America 


LW 


Decca 10" 


SA 


Gregorian Inst of America 10 


LX 


Decca 10" (Ger) 


SAPM 


Archive (stereo) 


LXT 


Decca (Br) 


SEG 


Columbia (Br) 1" 45rpm 


Lyr 
M 


Lyrichord 
Classics Club 


SLPM 
SM 


Dt. Grammophon (stereo) 
Studio SM 


MA 


Gregorian Inst of America 


SP 


Capitol (stereo) ■ 


MB 
MB 


Valois 
BSrenreiter-Musicaphon 


SPA 
SPL 


Soc. of Participating Artists 
Period 


MC 


Vogue (Fr) 


St -Jose 


ph's 


MCA 


Carisch 


STDL 


Vox (US, stereo) 


UG 
Mir 


Mercury 
Mirrosonic 


Sunset 
SVF 


Supraphon 


ML 


Columbia 


SXL 


Decca (Br, stereo) 


MS 


Columbia (stereo) 


SXOL 


L'oiseau-Lyre 


Mus Lib 


Music Library Recordings 


Tel 


Telefunken (Ger) 


NRLP 


New Records 


Tele 


Telefunken (US) 


OL 


Oiseau-Lyre 


TW 


London International 


OL-LD 


Oiseau-Lyre (Br) 


Unicorn 


OS 


London (stereo) 


URLP 


Urania 


Over 


Overtone 


Van 


Vanguard 


P 


Capitol 


VD 


Decca (Ger) 7" 45 rpm 


Pat 


Pathe 


Vega 




Phil 


Philips 


Verve 




PL 


Vox 


Vox 




PLP 


Period 


VSM 


Voix de son maitre 


PM 


Pastorale et Musique 


WAL 




Pol 
PTL 


Polydor 
Vox 


West 
WL 


Westminster 


PVC 


Vogue (Fr) 


WLE 




PX 


Gregorian Inst of America 10" 


WST ^ 




QCLP 


HMV 


Wash 


Washington 


Rad 


Radium 


WLSM 


World Library of Sacred Music 


RCA-F 


Radio Corp of America (Fr) 


WST 


Westminster 


Ren 


Renaissance 


WSX 


Columbia (Ger, stereo) 


RG 


Argo 


XPM 


Pathe Marconi 


RRT 


Campion 7" 45 rpm 


XWN 


Westminster 


RS 


Record Society (Br) 


ZRG 


Argo (stereo) 



SOURCES CITED 



adv 
arg 
arl 
biel 

disques 58 

disques juil 57 

disques 83:871 

gram 

hi-fi 

len 

mil 



sant 6:5 

sch 

werm 3:450 



advertisement (of the issuing company) 

American Record Guide 

American Record Letter 

Bielefelder Katalog der klassischen Musik ( Die Langspielplatte ) 

Disques de longue duree. Catalogue general annuel . 
The example given: for 1958. 

. . Catalogue complet permanent , Supplement . 



The example given: for July, 1957. 

Disques (monthly issue). The example given: no. 83, p871 

Gramophone Long Playing Classical Record Catalogue 

High Fidelity magazine 

Wm. Lennard Concerts. Notes on Records 

Miller, Philip L. Vocal Music (Guide to Long Playing 
Records, v. 2) 

Music Library Association. Notes 

Myers, K. and R. Hill. Record Ratings 

Santandrea. Catalogo generale, dischi microsolco . 
The example given: Anno 6, numero 5. 

Schwann Long-Playing Record Catalog 

Clough, F. and G. Cuming. The World's Encyclopaedia 
of Recorded Music. The example given: 3rd Supplement, 
p. 450 



OTHER ABBREVIATIONS 



b 

bar 



coll 

c-tnr 

d 

dir 

ed 

fl 

Fr 

guit 

hpsi 



attributed to 

born 

baritone 

century 

circa 

collection(s) 

counter-tenor 

died 

director 

editor 

flourished 

French 

guitar 

harpsichord 



instr (or i) 

It 

m-sop 

org 

pfte 

sop 

Sp 

tnr 

var 

virg 

via 

I 



instrumental performance 
of nominally vocal work 

Italian 

mezzo-soprano 

organ 

pianoforte 

soprano 

Spanish 



virginals 

viola da gamba 

used to separate simultane- 
ous texts in motets of the 
13th c 



PART I 



ANTHOLOGIES OF MEDIEVAL 

AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC 



PARTI 



All records are 12", 33 1/3 rpm unless otherwise indicated. In some cases two 
or more issue numbers are given (separated by a semicolon); these may represent foreign 
and domestic issues of the same recording, monaural and stereophonic issues, or successive 
numbers issued by the same company (in the last case earlier issue numbers are usually 
given first). 

The Chant list (nos. 1-84) is by performer; contents are indicated in most 
cases only in a general way and often the title alone was felt to be sufficient. Anthol- 
ogies containing, but not restricted to chants, may be found by consulting the Index 
(under the headings Ambrosian, Byzantine, Gregorian, etc.). 

Medieval and Renaissance anthologies (nos. 85-322) are listed by title (or 
by performer when no title could be determined). In general, only that part of the 
contents falling within the scope of this discography is given in detail. Composers not 
within the scope are sometimes listed. The abbreviation "Etc. " at the end of the con- 
tents for a disc indicates that it includes other compositions of a later period. Note that 
anonymous compositions are always given last. When a disc includes both vocal and 
instrumental performances, the items in the contents may be assumed to be vocal unless 
otherwise specified. - 

[Discs devoted to the works of one or two composers are listed under the 
name of the composer in Part II]. 

References ; All entries for anthologies not owned by Vassar College are 
followed by the source from which the information was tal<en. In addition, a reference 
is given for all anthologies included in Record Ratings . For explanation of abbreviations, 
see p.ix. 



CHANT 



1 Angers Cathedral Choir. 

ANTOLOGIA SONORA DELLA MUSICA ITALIANA. 
Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, dir. 

2 V. 1, II canto cristiano nel Medio Evo. 

««««««« 

ARCHIVE PRODUCTION: I. Gregorian Chant 

Beuron. Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Martin; Pfaff. dir. 
Ser . A . The Office 

3 Christmas Compline and 2nd Vespers. 

Ser . B . The Mass 

4 Solemn intercessions & veneration of the cross from the liturgy 

of Good Friday. 

5 The blessings and the Easter song. 

6 The Baptismal Promises and the Mass of the Easter Vigil. 

7 Easter Sunday Mass. (previous issue ARC 3001) 

Ser. C. The Office for the 

8 Requiem Mass. 

(foreign issues) 

9 Ires Vepres Nativite. (1st Christmas Vespers) 

10 Solemnis palmarum processio. (Palm Sunday procession) 

11 Laudes solennes. [Te Deum; Christus vincit] 

12 Mass VIII (De angelis); Credo III. 

13 Missa brevis cum Asperges me. 

14 Antiphonae finales B.M.V. 



SM 3302 



7" 33.3rpm MCA 28013 



APM 14110; ARC 3102 

APM 14034; ARC 3050A^'^^-'4 

APM 14104; ARC 3088 ^///^jD"; 

APM 14105; ARC 3089 5^ . 

APM 14106; ARC 3090£/^^p^ . 

Dead 

APM 14002; ARC 3031 /U4-P 4 

10" DL 7546; ARC 13005 



10" 

7" 45rpm 
7" 45rpm 
7" 45rpm 
7" 45rpm 



DGA 13041 AP 
EPA 37111 
EPA 37112 
EPA 37123 
EPA 37168 



15 



16 



17 



18 

19 
20 
21 
22 



23 

24 
25 
26 



FS 3865 



Dom Baron, O.S.B. 

Plamchant. 
Catholic Univ. Theological Students; Leddy, dir. 

Selections from the liturgical year. [Range lingua; Salve Regina; Benedictus; Te Deum; 
Veni creator spiritus; Vexilla Regis; Ave Maria] 10" Cath 

Darlington Seminary Choir; Murphy, dir. 

Holy Saturday Exultej. [verso: GRASSL Laudate Dominum. PALESTRINA. O bone Jesu; 
Tenebrae factae sunt. VICTORIA, Ave Maria] (r.r. 347) 10" DS-1 

Ehmann, Rev. Benedict A. , Rochester, N.Y. 

Preface and Pater Noster. 
En Calcat. Monks of the Benedictine Abbey. 

ler et 2e Dimanches de Careme. 2-7" 45rpm SM P15/16 

3e et 4e Dimanches de Careme. 2-7" 45rpm SM P17/18 

Dimanche de la Passion. T' 45rpm SM P19 

Office for Good Friday; Veneration of the Cross; Officium pro defunctis; Requiem Mass 
(plus Epistles, Gospels, etc.) 2-12" SM 3313/4 

Gethsemani, Ky. Trappist Monks. 

A Child is Bom. [Excerpts from Mass "Rorate coeli"; O Antiphons. Christmas midnight 
1 ML 5310 

Mass, etc] 
Hail Holy Queen. [Excerpts from the Assumption Liturgy] ML 5205 

^ . ML 4394 

Laudate Dominum. 

Missa Festum Mariae Assumptae. (in part) ^^ 



GREGORIAN CHANT (series) 

27 f V. 1. Trappist Monks of a Cistercian Abbey, Nuns of a Benedictine Monastery 

I SPL 569 ''^i''? 

28/''rt j/>\ V. 2. En Calcat. Monks of the Benedictine Abbey; Boys' Choir from L'Alumnat 
-'.f..'J''-,'^ SPL 5^0^f'7D 

29 V. 3. Benedictine Monks of St. Wandrille de Fontenelle; David, dir. SPL 516 f^^yi 

30 V.4. En Calcat. Monks of the Benedictine Abbey; Trappist Monks SPL 707 



«ft««0«» 



Liguge. Monks' Choir. 

31 ler et- 2e Dimanches de I'Avent. 2-7" 45rpm SM Pl/2 

32 3e et 4e Dimanches de I'Avent. 2-7" 45rpm SM P3/4 

33 Dimanche dans I'Octave de Noel; Messe du jour. 7" 45rpm SM P6 

34 Dimanche des Rameaux. SM 3330 

35 Jeudi-Saint. SM 3331 

36 Masses XVll. XVIII. 2-7" 45rpm SM K17/18 
Mt. Alvernia Seminary Franciscan Brothers. 

37 Sons of St. Francis Sing. [6 chants, also PALESTRINA. O quam amabilis. VICTORIA. 

Ave Maria, etc.] ABC 206 

Mt. Angel Seminary Choir. 

38 Holy Week Chants. 2-12" EL 5 

39 Kyrie II ad lib. , Gloria XV, Sanctus XI, various Propers. MA 1 

Pius X Choir of Liturgical Music, Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, Purchase, N. Y. 

40 Requiem Mass and Burial Service. 10" PX.l 

41 Masses VIII, IX; Credo I, III. 10" PX 2 

42 Masses IV, XI; Ambrosian Gloria; Credo IV. 10" PX 3 

43 Masses V, XII, XVII, XVIII. 10" PX 4 
Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, dir. 

44 Ambrosian chants. 3-12" Vox DL 343 
Pueri di Milano. 

45 Missa "De angelis". Credo III, Missa "Cum jubilo". Credo IV. 10" Eco 103 
Rennes Cathedral Choir; Orphant, dir. 

46 Proper of Whitsunday, (with A. Gabrieli. Missa brevis) SM 3323 
Schola of St. Benedict Convent, St. Joseph, Minn. 

47 Mass 1, Simple Te Deum, Sequence: Victimae Paschali, Christus vincit, Palm Sunday 

antiphons. 10" BN 1 

48 Mass X, Veni Sancte Spiritus, all Mass Responses, all Ites & Responses. 10" BN 2 
Schola des Peres du St. -Esprit du Grand Scholasticat de Chevilly; Deiss, dir. 

49 Easter Liturgy and Christmas Cycle. Ang 35116 

50 Semaine Sainte, Antiennes mariales, VSpres. ' 2-7" 45rpm ESBF 128/129 

51 ler et 2e Dimanches aprfes Paques. 2-7" 45rpm SM P21/22 

52 3e, 4e, 5e Dimanches apres Paques. 2-7" 45rpm SM P23/25 

53 St. Francis of Assisi Chorus. QCLP 12005 
St. Joseph's Abbey Choir; Gajard, dir. 

54 Jerusalem, [includes propers; Vespers for the feast of a dedication of a church] 

St. Joseph's 1001 
St. Martin's Abbey Monks' Choir, Beuron; Pfaff, dir. 

55 [Magnificat with organ versets; bells] 7" 45rpm EPL 30094 
St. Mary's Seminary Schola, Houston, Tex. 

56 Confirmation service. EL 8 

57 Forty Hours Adoration. -[Mass of exposition, procession, litany, etc.] EL 9 
St. Meinrad's Abbey Schola; Siedling, dir. 

58 Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent and Holy , Week. 10" Lumen 1 



59 
60 

61 

62 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 

82 

83 



Easter, Low Sunday, Ascension, Pentecost, Corpus Christi. 10" Lumen 2 

Chanoines Abbaye St. -Michel de Frigolet. 

Chant liturgique. [NoSl, Paques, Ascension, Toussaint, Introit de Saint Norbert, etc.] 

RCA F530001 
Seiner, Rev. John; Baltimore, Md. 

Priest's Chants at the Altar. Intonations for parts of the Mass and liturgical occasions. 

10" ACLP 1 
Solesmes Abbey Monks Choir; Gajard, dir. 

Chant Gregorien. [selected Ordinaries and Propers] 



Gregorian Chant. 

Christmas Midnight Mass; Mass for the Day. 

Easter Sunday Mass. 

Corpus Christi Mass; Pentecost Mass. 

Ascension & Assumption Masses. 

Festivity della S. Vergine; Immacolata Concezione. 

Toussaint; Fete du Christ -Roi. , 

Epifania; Dedicazione. 

Vepres du dimanche; Les complies (au rite monastique) 

Mass I, XVII, XVIII. 

Mass IX. XI. 

Mass XII, XV. 

Missa pro d'efunctis 

Masses I, IX, X, various Propers. 
Stanbrook Abbey Schola; Worcester, Eng. 

Antiphons of the Blessed Virgin; Magnificat; Blessed Sacrament Chants 10" SA 1 

Christmas Introits, Communions, etc. 10" SA 2 

Choeurs'du Seminaire de Strasbourg 

Epiphanie. 7" 45rpm SM P8 

2e et 3e Dimanches apres I'Epiphanie. 2-7" 45rpm SM PlO/11 

Messe X. 7" 45rpm SM KIO 

Versailles Cathedral Choir. 

Puer natus; Alleluia dies sanctificatus. SM 3303 

Roger Wagner Chorale. 

Antiphons of the Blessed Virgin; Blessed Sacrament Chants; Hymns and Sequences. 

10" LAY 106 

Introits in the Eight Gregorian Modes. 10" LL 111 



LL 547/51 5-12" LLA 14 

Lon A 4501 IT X 

4-10" LSA 17 

LL 1384; Lon 5217 

LL 1408; Lon 5222 

LL 1463; Lon 5241 L - I : 3 ^- 

LL 1464; Lon 5242 

Dec 173856 
Dec 173857 
Dec 173858 
Dec 173859 
10" LX 3118 
10" LX 3119 
10: LX 3120 
10" LX 3121 

2-12" LCT 6011,^f-£:LQ 



MEDIEVAL 



Aires a boire. See no. 125 

ANTHOLOGIE SONORE: 

85 V. 1, reel: Gregorian Chant to the 13th Century. Paraphonistes de St. Jean des Matines, 

Brussels Pro Musica, Meili (tnr), & others. 

[LEONINUS. Deum time (organum duplum). PEROTINUS, Diffusa est gratia (organum 
triplum). WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE. Nu alerst leb ich. RUMELANT. Ob aller 
///fS - / mynne. BLONDEL DE NESLES. A I'entrant d'este. PERRIN D'AGINCOURT. Quant voi 

an la fin. RICHARD COEUR-DE-LION. Ja nuns hons pris. ADAM DE LA HALLE. Li dous 
regars; Virelai. CHANT. Adiuvabit earn Deus; Easter alleluia. ANON. Transfretasse 
legitur (conductus); Deus misertus (conductus); 13th cent, melismas & estampie; O lobal 
Zio (alpine song); Ich setze minen vuoz; Alleluia psallat; A la clarte; In saeculum 
viellatoris (instr. trio); Au tens pascour (secular motet)] HS-AS 1 

86 V. 1, rec.2: The 13th and 14th Centuries. Brussels Pro Musica, Meili (tnr), & others. 

[VINCENZO DA RIMINI. Ita se n'era. GIOVANNI DA CASCIA. lo son un pellegrin. 
LANDINO. Gram plant' agl'occhi. MATHEUS DE PERUSIO. Plus onques dame. 
A/n S ' 2^ PIERRE DE MOLINS. De ce que fol pense. JACOPO DA BOLOGNA, Fenice fu. 

GHIRARDELLUS. Tosto che I'alba. ANON. En may la rosee; Benedicamus trope; 
English & French dances; Gloria in cielo (lauda). (Motets): Alma Redemptoris/ Descend! 
in hortum/Anima mea; Ad regnum/Noster cetus; Je voi douIeur/Fauvel autant/Fauvel 
nous a fait (Roman de Fauvel). Lamento di Tristano (ballo); Se je chant mains (chace)] 

HS-AS 2 

87 V. 1, rec.3: The 14th and 15th Centuries. Brussels Pro Musica, various soloists. 

[MACHAUT. Je puis trop bien; Quant Theseus; De tout sui si confortee; Mass (Credo, 
^ Sanctus, Agnus, Ite missa est). DUFAY. Mass "Se la face ay pale" (Kyrie); Alma Re- 

demptoris Mater; Salve que fama; Adieu m'amour] HS-AS 3 

ANTOLOGIA SONORA DELLA MUSICA ITALIANA: 

88 v. 2: Canti religiosi nel basso Medio Evo e nel Rinascimento. Polifonica Ambrosiana; 

Biella, dir. 

[ANON, Planctus Mariae. (Laude monodiche): Dal cielo venne; Cristo e nato; Gloria in 
cielo. (Laude polifoniche): Giu per la mala via; Quando rimiro il ciel; Nell'apparir del 
sempiterno sole; Madre divina; II pietoso Gesu; Anime affaticate; Lodate Die] 

7" 33.3rpm MCA 28018 

89 V.3: Musiche profane nel basso Medio Evo. Lucca (sop), Nobile (ten) & others. 

[JACOPO DA BOLOGNA. Fenice fu. GIOVANNI DA CASCIA. Per larghi prati; lo son un 
pellegrin. LANDINO. El mie dolce sospir; Non avr^ mai piet^. ANON. Lamento di 
Tristano; Merce, merce, o morte] (sant 6:5) 7" 33.3rpm MCA 28017 

ARCHIVE PRODUCTION: II, The Central Middle Ages (1100-1350) 
Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

90 Ser.A. (Troubadours, Trouveres & Minnesingers) 

Rec. 1: A DE LA HALLE. Le jeu de Robin et Marion; 13 rondeaux. 
- Ser.B. (Music of the Minstrels). 

^' 17 Danses du 13e et 14e siecle. [Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, Guillaume d'Amiens (3), Anon.] 

APM 14018; ARC 3002 

91 Ser.A. Rec.2: Chansons et Motets du 13e siecle. 
[BERNART DE VENTADORN. Lancan vei la folha. JAUFRE RUDEL. Lanquand li jorn. 

GUIRAUT RIQUIER. Pus sabers. ANON. Chevauchoie lez un bruel; Gaite de la tor; 



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En un vergier; Volez vos que je vos chant; Main se leva. (Motets): L'autre jour/Au tens 
pascour/In saeculum; Chanconnete/A la chemin6e/Veritatem; Prend6s-y-garde/He! mi 
enfant; Diens! je suis j^i pres/Et vide] 
Ser.C. (Early Polyphony before 1300). 2 Organ'a. 
: [LEONINUS, Judaea et Jerusalem. PEROTINUS. Sederunt principes. 1 

APM 14068; ARC 3051 
92 Ser. D. (The Ars Nova in France). 

/) [MACHAUT. La messe de Nostre Dame; (secular works): Sans cuer/amor doleur/Dame par 

r vous; Je puis trop bien; Qui fes promesses/Ha! Fortune/Et non est; Puis qu'en oubli; De 

v" '^ tout sui si confortee; Nes que on porroit; De triste cuer/Certes je di/Quant vrais amans; 

p (s)P^ Se je souspir; Tels rit au main; Quant Theseus/Ne quier veoir] 

5 • V APM 14063; ARC 3032 

0«««««0 

.^93 English Medieval Christmas Carols. Primavera Singers; Greenberg, dir. 

[DUNSTABLE. Sancta Maria. POWER. Beata progenies. ANON. Nowell sing we; Ave 
Maria; Gloria; Alleluia; Lullay lullow; What tidings; Marvel not, Joseph; Alma 
redemptoris mater, Make we joy; Nowell, nowell, tidings true; Hail Mary; Ave rex 
angelorum; Tibi laus; Nova, nova] (mil 346) Eso 521 

.3A French Troubadour Songs. Tessier (tnr). Clary (lute) 

[RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS. Kalenda maya. JAUFRE RUDEL. No sap chantar; Lan can li 
jorn. BLONDEL DE NESLES. A I'entree d'este. GACE BRULE. Cil qui d'amor. 
MARCABRU. Pax in nomine; L'autrier jost. THIBAUT DE NAVARRE. O Dame. 
GUIRAUT RIQUIER. Aisi com es sobronrada. CHARDON DE REIMS. Chanson de croisade. 
GAUTIER DE COINCY. Ma viele. BERNART DE VENTADORN. Can vei I'alauzeta. 
GUIRAUT DE BORNELH. Reis Glorios. ANON. Un sirventes; Quant hom es en autrui 
poder] (werm 3:540) 10" EKL 31 

95 ' French Troubadour Songs. Cuenod (tnr); Leeb (lute) 

[BINCHOIS. De plus en plus. CERTON. Exultate iusti; Quare fremuerunt; Verba mea. 
CLEMENT. Misericorde au martyr; Puisque voulez. CREQUILLON. L'ardent amour; 
A vous en est; Je suis aime; Puisque malheur; Cessez, mes yeux. DUFAY. Jour s'endort. 
ADAM DE LA HALLE. Helas! il n'est mais nuns. LANTINS. A madame playsante et 
belle. MACHAUT. Ma chiere dame; Chanson balladee. THIBAUT IV. Pour ce se 
d'amer] West 18683 

German Songs from the Minnesingers to the 17th Century. See no. 210 

German Songs of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. See no. 211 
.-96 Histoire de la Musique Vocale, v. 1-2, Various groups; W^ildike, Noyre & Pagot, dir. 

[NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL. Willekommen Mayenschein. PEROTIN. Alleluya 

(Nativitas). MACHAUT. Mass (Agnus Dei). LANDINI. Chi piu le vuol sapere. BIN- 
CHOIS. Adieu m'amour. DUFAY. Mass "Se la face ay pale" (Kyrie I). OKEGHEM. 
Missa prolationum: Sanctus. OBRECHT. Parce, Domine. DESPRES. Ave Maria. 
CREQUILLON. Pour ung plaisir. JANNEQUIN. Ce sont gallans. SERMISY. Hau le boys. 
LASSUS. Tristis est anima mea. PALESTRINA. Mass "Veni sponsa Christ!" (Agnus 1). 
VICTORIA, Ave Maria. GOUDIMEL. Psalm 133. BYRD. Ego sum panis. MARENZIO. 
S'io parto, RENNET. Thyrsis, sleepest thou? DU CAURROY. Missa pro defunctis. 
CHANTS. (4). ANON. Or la truix. (Organa): Res coeli; Agnus Dei; Benedicamus Domino 
(13th c). En non diu; De castitatis thalamo. (also Bouzignac, Caccini, etc.)] NB. 
French issue of Masterpieces of Music Before 1750, v. 1-2, with substitutions (werm 
3:541). See also no. 312 2-12" LDE 3018/3019 

97 History of Music in Sound, v. 2: Early Medieval Music up to 1300. Brompton Oratory Choir 

(H. Washington), Bodley Singers (Hughes), Brussels Pro Musica, & others. 
Aj ^1 'I, [BERNARD DE VENTADORN. Quant vei I'aloete. GACE BRULE. Je ne puis pas. ADAM DE 
. ^ LE HALLE. Bergeronette. THIBAUT DE NAVARRE. Tuit mi desir. GUIOT DE DIJON. 






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Chanterai por mon coraige. FRAUENLOB„ Ey ich sach in dem trone. ANON. Lament 
from Daniel; Quern quaeritis in sepulchro? (Medieval songs): O admirabile Veneris; 
Au tans d'aoust; Quant je voi yver; Tuit cil qui sunt enamourat; Worldes blis; Quen a 
Virgen; Como poden per sas culpas; O divina Virgo; Plangiamo quel crudel basciare. 
(Polyphony): Sit gloria Domini; Alleluia, surrexit Christus; Regi regum glorioso; Rex 
immense; Congaudeant Catholici; Verbum Patris humanatur; Orientis partibus; Sumer is 
icumen in; Foweles in the frith; Ex semine Abrahae; Mariam sanctificans; Beata viscera; 
O Maria Virgo Davidica; Puellare gremium; Triumphat hodie; Marionette douce; Rosa 
fragrans; Alleluia psallat. Veri floris sub figura (conductus). Dances; Byzantine, 
Ambrosian, Pre-Gregorian and Gregorian chant] 2^12" LM 6015 

Italian Troubadour Songs. See no. 221 

Manhattan Recorder Consort. 

[GIBBONS, Fantasia. GERVAISE. 3 dances. ISAAC. 3 instr. settings. ANON. J'aloie 
I'autre; 13th c. Fr. danse; 14th c. Engl, trotto; 2 brawls; 2 basses danses. Also Fasch, 
Loeillet] (sch D 58) Classic 1056 

99 Masterpieces of Music before 1750. Schola Gregoriana of Copenhagen (Lewkovitch) , 
Copenhagen Boys' and Mens' Choir (Miller), & others. 

nj ^ C. Rec- 1: Gregorian Chant to the 16th Century. 

[NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL. Willekommen Mayenschein. PEROTIN. Alleluya. 

MACHAUT. Mass (Agnus I). LANDINI, Chi piu le vuol sapere. DUFAY. Mass "Se la 
face ay pale" (Kyrie I). BINCHOIS. Adieu m'amour. OKEGHEM. Missa prolationum 

/Col?"!-*?^ ") (Sanctus). OBRECHT, Parce, Domine. DESPRES. Ave Maria. CREQUILLON. Pour ung 

plaisir. (with hpsi.arr.,by A. GABRIELI). CHANT. Laus Deo; Laudate pueri; Vidimus 
stellam; Victimae Paschali. ANON. Or la truix; Prinzen-Tanz; Proportz. (Organa): 
Rex coeli, Domine; Agnus Dei; Benedicamus Domino; En non diu! /Quant voi; Eius in 
Oriente. De castitatis thalamo (conductus); Estampie] (werm 3:534; mil 342) 
Rec.2: See no. 235 HSL 2071; HS 9038 

100 Monumenta Italicae Musicae: Trouvferes & Laude. Carbi (m-sop); Monterosso (hpsi). 

QAUFRE RUDEL, Can lo rieus; Lan can li jorn. MARCABRU. Dire vos vuelh ses duptansa. 
BERNARD DE VENTADOUR. Can vei I'alauzeta mover. PEIROL. Mainta jen me mal 
razona. VIDAL. Anc no mori; Be'm pac d'ivern. RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS. Kalenda 
maya. JACOPONE DA TODI, Troppo perde'l tempo. GARZO. Altissima luce. ANON. 
(laude): Sia laudata San Francesco; Salve, salve, Virgo pia; San Domenico beato; 
Spiritu Sancto] (werm 3:543) 10" A 0073R 

101 Music from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. M. Rollin Ensemble 

[MACHAUT, Rondeau. OKEGHEM. Les desleaulx. DUFAY. Ce moys de May; La Belle 
se siet. TROMBONCINO. Come harb donque ardire. CARMEN. Der Ratten Schwanz. 
ANON. (13th c): Agniaus dous; Bale Doette; Chanson d'amour; Sovent me fait souspirer; 
Danse anglaise. (15th c): Saltarello. (16th c): Pavane. ] (werm 3:544) 

10" Lon Int W91116 
Music of the Gothic Period and Early Renaissance. See no. 255 

102 Music of the Medieval Court and Countryside. New York Pro Musica; Greenberg, dir. 

. I j [LEONINUS. Viderunt. DUFAY. Hostis Herodes; Vergine bella; Ave Regina. SMERT. 
i ' Nowell, nowell. ANON. There is no rose; Riu, riu; Dadme albricias; Te Deum (carol). 

RIVAFLECHA. Salve Regina. Dances from Attaignant collection, etc. ] DL 9400 

103 Music of the Middle Ages. Krefeld Collegium Musicum; Haas, dir. 

[WOLKENSTEIN. Der Mai mit lieber zal. NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL. Mei hat 
. , , ~ wunniklich; Der Mei hat mennik herze; So schonen wir den Anger. WITZLAW VON 

i^' RUGEN. We ich han gedacht; Loybere risen. WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE. Nu 

alerst leb. RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS. Kalenda maya. BERNARD DE VENTADORN. 

Lancan vei la folha. ADAM DE LA HALLE. Dieu soit en cheste maison. ANON. 

Chevalier mult estes guariz; Lamento de Tristano; Spielmannstanz; 



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Estampie; Saltarello] (werm 3:544, mil 331, r.r. 408) Bam LD-08; PL 8110; 

Lyr 85 
««««««« 

MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE AGES: 

104 v.l: Troubadour and Trouvere Songs. Oberlin (c-tnr); Barab (viol) 

[GIRAUT DE BORNEIL. Reis glorios. GUIRAUT RIQUIER. Pies de tristor. ARNAUT DANIEL. 
Chanson do. BERNARD DE VENTADOUR. Can vei la lauzeta. GAUTIER D'EPINAL. 
Commencemens de dolce saison. GACE BRULE. Cil qui d'amor. ] EA 0012 

105 V.2: The Twelfth Century. Oberlin (c-tnr); Dressier, Perry (tnr); Barab (viol). 

[LEONINUS. Viderunt omnes; AUeluya, epulemur; Propter veritatem; Gaude Maria. 
PEROTINUS. Alleluya, nativitas; Sederunt principes] EA 0021 

106 v. 3: The Thirteenth Century. Oberlin (c-tnr); ladone (lute) 

[ALFONSO EL SABIO. Las cantigas de Santa Maria (11 selections)] EA 0023 

107 V.4; English Polyphony of the Xlllth & Early XI Vth Centuries. Oberlin (c-tnr); Bressler, 

Perry (tnr); Barab, Blackman (viol) 

[ANON. Verbum patris humanatur; Opem nobis/Salve Thoma/Pastor cesus; o nobilis/O 
mira/O decus/Apparuit; Worldes blisce/Benedicamus Domino; Deus tuorum militum/De 
flore martyrum/Ave rex gentis; Jesu Cristes milde moder; Fowles in the frith; Edi beo 
thu hevene queue; Puellare gremium/Purissima virgo; Ada finit perpete/Ade finit misere/ 
A definement; Civitas nusquam conditur/Cibus esurientum/Tu es celestis curie; Beata 
viscera; Thomas gemma cantuarie/Thomas cesus in doviria.] EA 0024 

108 v. 5: English Medieval Songs. Oberlin (c-tnr); Barab (viol) 

jJB'^ '5 [St. Godric songs. ANON. Worldes blis; Man mei longe; Bryd one brere; Stond wel, 
moder] EA0029 

109 V.6: XlVth and Early XVth Century English Polyphony. Oberlin (c-tnr); Bressler (tnr); 

Myers (bar); Wolfe (organ) 

[COOKE. Stella coeli; Alma proles regia/Christe miles inclite/Ab inimicis. DAMETT. 

Salve Virgo; Beata Dei genetrix; Salvatoris Mater/Sancte Georgi/Benedictus. POWER. 

Ave Regina. STURGEON. Salve Mater/Salve templum/(N)it in nomine Domini. 

ANONo 14th c. settings of the ordinary] EA 0031 

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110 Music of the 12th and 13th Centuries. Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[LEONINUS. Deumtime. ALFONSO EL SABIO. Beneyto foi. PEROTINUS, Deus misertus; 

Virgo. NEIDHART VON REUENTHAL. Mayenzeit. BERNART DE VENTADORN. Can vei 

>, la lauzeta. MONIOT D'ARRAS, Ce fut en mai. ADAM DE LA HALLE. Amours et ma 

' ' dame; Li dous regard. ANON. In saeculum'artifex; Alleluia psallet haec familia; Ave 

verum; A la clarte; Bele doette; En Mai la rousee; In saeculum viellatoris; Entre copin 

et bourgeois; Stantipes; Estampie; Benedicamus Domine] (mil 355, r.r. 345) 

EMS 201 
p.'!'' Musica corale Bizantina del XIII e XIV secolo. Schola Mellurgica Badia Grottaferrata; 

Tardo, dir. LPC 50133 

Musikkunde in Beispielen. See no. 264 
Musique chorale du 13e au 16e siecle. See no. 265 
Musique du Moyen Age et Debut Renaissance. See no. 258 
^112 La Musique et la Poesie franijaise. RoUin (sop); Tessier (tnr); Demigny (bar); Rollin Trio & Cho. 
[BERNARD DE VENTADORN. La douza votz. THIBAUT DE NAVARRE. En chantant veuil. 
G. FAIDIT. Planh sur la mort de Richard Coeur de Lion. FROISSART. Mon coeur s'ebat. 
ESCUREL. A vous, douce debonnaire. MACHAUT. Je suis aussi (instr). BINCHOIS. De 
plus en plus (instr). CHARLES D'ORLEANS. Dieu qu'il la fait bon regarder. VERGER. 
Puis 9a, puis la. LASSUS. Qui dort icy?. SERMISY. Secourez-moi. RONSARD. Marie, 
levez-vous. JANNEQUIN. Petite nymphe folatre; Laissez cela. MAUDUIT. Vous me 
tuez si doucement. ANON, Quand je vois I'hiver; Mort, j'appelle. (instr.): Estampie; 



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Conductus; Hoquet; Motet; Fantasia (lute); Languir m'y faut (lute). Etc.] (werm 3:545) 

CND 9 

113 Musique rituelle k travers temps et pays. Karine (m-contr); Caron, Boyer, & others. 
[ANON. (Fr, med.): Stirps Jesse; Motet. (Sp. med.): Cant de la Verge; Maravillosos et 

piadosos. Also traditional Hebraic, Greek, Syrian, Armenian, Inca, Scotch, African, 
Indian, Arabic, and Brazilian negro] (disques 83:871) 10"FLD88 

114 Notre-Dame de Paris au Xllle siecle. Voice, trombones, organ, (adv) 

10" SXOL' 20501 Stereo 

115 Pastourelles et Bergerettes. Ensemble M. Rollin. 
[ADAM DE LA HALLE. Robin m'aime. ANON (13th c): Hier matin jouer m'en allait; 

Pastourelle de Gilbert de Berneville; L'autre jour me chevauchoie; Pastourelle de CoUn 
Muset; Hier matin chevauchoie; Bele Aelis; Par un matinet. (15th c): Pastourelle en 
un vergier; de Pierre Fontaine; Ne I'oserai-je dire; Loseraie dire (Petrucci): Vostre 
bargeronette; etc.] (disques 91:787) 10" Fr Dec 123739 

116 Petit concert of French Vocal Music from 12th-20th Century. N. Boulanger Instrumental 
Ensemble and soloists. 
[CONSILIUM. L'autre jour. COSTELEY. Las je n'irai plus. SERMISY. Amours partez. 

DE LA GROTTE. Quand ce beau printemps. ANON. S'on me regarde (12th c); A pris ai 
qu'en chantant (13th c); Le lay des amants. Etc.] (mil 302, r.r. 407) PL 6380 
The Play of Daniel. New York Pro Musica; Greenberg dir. 

[Concludes with Gregorian Te Deum] Dec 9402; 79402 

Polyphonic sacree en France (Xlth to XXth Century). Dijon Cathedral Choir and Instrumental 
Ensemble; Samson, dir. 

[COMPERE. Royne du ciel. FEVIN. Mass "Mente tota" (Agnus). LE JEUNE. Psalm 35. 
A-i. RUDEL. Amor de lonh. ANON, (13th c): Iste confessor; Propheties de la Sibylle; 

,N '■~3 Haec est clara dies; Concordi laetitia; Rex virginum; Gaude, felix Francia, Etc.] 

(werm 3:546) SM 33-05 

119 Les primitifs francais de Philippe -Auguste a Philippe -le -Bel. Ensemble Instrumental et Vocal 

Blanchard 

[PEROTINUS. Alleluia viderunt. GAUTIER DE CHATILLON. Ver pacis aperit. ADAM DE 
LA HALLE. Fines Amourettes. PIERRE DE LA CROIX. S 'amours eust point de poer/Au 
renouveler du joli tans. ANON. Gaude felix Francia (attr. Perotinus); Beata nobis 
gaudia; Deus in adjutorium; Benedicamus Domino; AUe psallite; Alleluia psallat; A 
la clarte; Face de moi; Quant je parti; Hier main toz; Amor vincens; 2 hoquets; Roman 
de Fauvel (4 excerpts); Joliement en douce desiree/Quand voi la florette/Je suis 
joliette; Se je chante/Bien doi amer] Due 320 C 107 

Recorder Music of Six Centuries. See no. 282 

120 Seven Centuries of Sacred Music. Tinayre (tnr). 

v.l: [LEONINUS. Deum time; Haec dies. PEROTIN. Beata viscera. PAUMANN. 

Allmachtiger Gott. DUFAY. Alma redemptoris Mater; Verginebella. ATTEY. Sweet 
was the song. BENET. Pleni sunt coeli. DELLA TORRE. Adoramos te, Senor. 
GOMBERT. In Festis B.V.M. SCHUTZ. Herr, unser Herrscher. ANON. (13th c): 
Agniaus douz; Ave, gloriosa Mater; Ille (melisma). (14th c): Sancto Lorenzo; Ave 
Mater] 

v. 2: [GOMBERT. Confitemini Domino, (rest of contents Baroque & Classic)] (werm 

3:548, r.r. 338) 2-12" DX-120 

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STORIA DELLA MUSICA ITALIANA (ed. Valabrega). 

121 v.l: Dal Canto Gregoriano a Carissimi. Various performing groups. 
[Record 1: Canto Gregoriano. Ecce ancilla Domini; Nunc Sancte nobis Spiritus; Constitues 

cos principes; Veni Sancte Spiritus (sequence); Emitte Spiritum tuum (alleluja). Canto 
Ambrosiano. Asperges me (antiphon); Gaudeamus (antiphon); Quod tu illuminas; 

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Te laudamus; Venite, exultemus (alleluja). Lauda a Dialogo (sec, XIII). O Cristo 
omnipotente; Annunciazione, Nativita, Passione e Resurrezione di Cristo. ] 

122 [Record 2: Ars Nova: JACOBUS DE BONANIA. Non al so amante (madrigal). GIOVANNI 

DA CASCIA. lo son un pellagrin (ballata); GHIRARDELLUS DE FLORENTIA. Tosto che 
I'alba (caccia), LANDINI. Amor c'al tuo suggetto (ballata); El mio dolce sospir 
(madrigal). TROMBONCINO. Se ben or . . .(frottola), MARCHETTO CARA. Forsi che 
si, forsi che no (frottola). DONATI. Chi la gagliarda (villanesca); Viva sempre in 
ogni etate (villanesca). STEFANO FELIS. Scacchier e diventato lo mio core 
(villanella), ANTIQUIS. Madonna non so far tante parole (villanella). FANELLO. 
Ardo per voi Madonna (villanella). A. GABRIELI. Forestier inamorao. PALESTRINA. 
Ahi, che quest'occhi miei; Da cosi dotta man sei stato fatto (canzonets). VECCHI. 
S'udia un pastor I'altr'ieri; Felici e liete spiagge (canzonets); Buon di e buon anno. 
ANON. O vaghe montanine pastorelle (villotta); Da I'orto se ne vien la villanella 
(villotta); Un cavalier di Spagna (villotta). ] For remainder of contents see nos. 304- 
305. 10-12" RCA Vic LM 40 000 

123 Trouv^res, troubadours et gregorien; Chanterelle Lanza del Vasto; Tessier (tnr); Clary (lute). 
/ [MARCABRU. Pax in nomine. ANON. Chanson de mai. Also G. de Bornelh, Ventadour, 

J, Rudel, Le Viniers, G, Riquiers] (disques 106:167) 10" SM 33-48 



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-124 Adolescence Clementine, ou des vers de Maitre Clement Marot. Tessier (tnr). Clary (lute). 

Ensemble Vocal Blanchard. 

[CONSEIL. Si de nouveau. COSTELEY. Toutes les nuits. CREQUILLON. Je suis aime; 

Plaisir n'est plus. DULOT. Longtemps y a. JANEQUIN. O cruaute. LA'SSUS. 

Secourez-moy; Pour courir en poste; Un chien petit. SERMISY. Tant que vivray; 

D'ou vient cela; Changeons propos; Secourez-moy (lute). SANDRIN. Puisque de vous. 

ANON. 2 branles (lute)] (len Spr 59) 10" DTF 270C115 

. 125 Airs a boire. Doniat (bar), Vessieres (bass), Rollin (lute), (with Poemes sur le vin, spoken) 

[DUFAY. Adieu ces bon vins. CLEMENT. Venes mes serfs. ANON. (Bayeu^c ms, 15th c): 

Gentile gallans; Bevons ma com^re; Bon vin je ne te puis laisser. (13th c): Chanson 

bachique on Letabundus. Etc.] (warm 3:535) 10" Bam LD 019 

-126 Altenglische Lautenlieder, I. Pears (tnr). Bream (lute). 

[DOWLAND. I saw my lady weep; Awake, sweet love. MORLEY. It was a lover; Come 

sorrow, come] (biel N 59) 7" 45rpm AWD 8519 

^ 127 Anthologie de la musique chorale allemande: Les maitres de la Renaissance. Radio-Berlin 

Chorus; Koch, dir. 

[ISAAC. Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen. LEMUN. Der Gutzgauch. SCANDELLUS. Ein 

Hennlein weiss. HASSLER. Jungfrau, dein schon Gestalt. FINK. Ach herzig's Herz. 

SCHEIN. Ihr BrUder. LASSUS. Audite nova. ANON. Ich sag' ade] (disques juil 57) 

10" CdM LDZ-A 8199 
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ANTHOLOGIE SONORE: 

128 v. 1, rec.4: The 15th Century. Mainly by Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir, and Les 

Paraphonistes de St. -Jean des Matines. 

[ISAAC. H61as. OCKEGHEM. Ma maitresse. OBRECHT. Mass "Maria zart" (Qui propter, 
Et incarnatus); Tsat een meskin. COMPERE. Crucifige. LANTINS. Puisque je voy. 
/U.4S' ^ BINCHOIS. De plus en plus. GROSSIN DE PARIS. Vat-t'ent, souspier. BRASART. O flos 

flagrans. LA RUE. Autant en emporte le vent. ANON. Parce, Domine; Gloria a 4; Le 
point agu. (Frottole): Dal letto me levava; Rusticus; Rende I'arme. (Laude): Sancta 
Maria; Anima Christi; Poiche] HS-AS 4 

129 v. 1, rec,5: Josquin des Pres and Other Composers of the Late 15th and Early 16th Centuries. 

Les Paraphonistes de St. -Jean des Matines; unspecified instrumental ensemble; Netherlands 

Vocal Quartet; Raugel, dir. 

[DEPRES. Mass "Hercules" (Kyrie); Miserere; Vive le roy; Se congie prens; Stabat Mater; 
Scaramella. OBRECHT. Ic Weinsche alle vrouwen eere; Den Haghel ende. ISAAC. 
l/n'^" t> Christus is opgestanden; Tmeiskin was jonck; Innsbruck ich muss dich lassen. SUSATO. 

Int Midden von den meye. DELATRE. Al Hadden wy 45 bedden. WILLAERT. Un giorno 
mi prego; Madonn'io non lo so; O bene mio. SWEELINCK. Rosette pour un peu 
d'absense] HS-AS 5 

130 V.2, reel: French Vocal Music of the 16th Century, (various performing groups) 

[JANEQUIN. Le chant des oyseaux; Ce moys de may; Au joly jeu. COSTELEY. Mignonne; 
Aliens, gay. GOUDIMEL. Ps. 25 (2 versions); Ps. 19. LE JEUNE. Ps. 42; Ps. 69. 
MAUDUIT. Ps. 42; A la fonteine; Si d'une petite oeillade. GARNIER. Resveillez-moi. 
(V'V\"3*^ V* GENTIAN. La loy d'honneur. SERMISY. En entrant en ung jardin. BERCHEM. Que feu 
craintif; Jehan de Lagny. RENE. Gros Jehan menoit. DE LA GROTTE. Je suis amour. 
CLEMENT. Aymer est ma vie. LASSUS. Mass "Le bergier" (Sanctus, Agnus); Omnia 
tempus habent. ANON. II me suffit.] HS-AS 6 



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131 V.2, rec.2: German Vocal Music of the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries. Basler Kammerchor; 

Sacher, cond; & other groups. 

[FINCK, Wach auf; Ach herzigs Herz. SENFb. Also heilig ist der tag; Kling klang; Es 
Af A<y-~7 taget vor dem Walde. HASSLER. Wenn mein Standlein. PRAETORIUS. Beati omnes, 

'^ '^ SCHUTZ. Selig sind die Toten; Ps. 40, 51. 111. KRIEGER. Cantata. ANON. Ich sach 

eins mals; Der wallt hat sich entlawbet] HS-AS 7 

132 v.2, rec.3: The Italian Madrigal at the End of the Renaissance. "Luca Marenzio" Ensemble, 

Saraceni, dir. 

[BANCHIERI. II festino della sera del Giovedi Grasso. AGAZZARI. Dimmi donna gentile. 
-/^C,^<^ GIAN DOMENICO. Tri ciechi siamo. MARINI. O luci belle. MARENZIO. Scendi dal 

paradiso Venere; Ahi dispietata morte; A Roma. MONTEVERDI. S'andasse amor; 

Vattene pur crudel] HS-AS 8 

133 v.2, rec.4: Italian Vocal Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Meili (tnr), and others. 

[PALESTRINA, O crux ave; La cruda mia nemica. GESUALDO. Moro lasso. MANZOLI. 
A/,'^ S' 7 Quando tu mi guardi; Se vedeste le piaghe. FRESCOBALDI. Voi partite mio solo. 

Also Miniscalchi, Busca, Steffani, Monteverdi] HS-AS 9 

134 v.2, rec.5: 16th Century Vocal Music of Russia, Poland, Spain, and England. "Motet et 

Madrigal" Chorale; Opienski, dir; various soloists. 

[SZAMOTULSKI. Juz sye zymerka. GOMOLKA. Ps. 77. ZIELENSKI. In monte Oliveti; 

Per signum crucis. MILAN. Durandarte. FUENLLANA. Paseabase el Rey moro. 

VASQUEZ. Vos me matasteis. PISADOR. A las armas moriscote. TAVERNER. Quemad- 

modum (instr); Magnificat. MORLEY. Since my tears, JONES. Farewell deare love. 

DOWLAND. Go crystal tears. Russian liturgical chants] HS-AS 10 

135 v. 3, reel: Organ Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Bonnet, Dupre, Marchal (org) 
[CABEZON. Diferencias sobre el Canto del Caballero. TOMAS DE SANCTA MARIA. 

Clausula de Octavo Tono. G. GABRIELI. Ricercar for 4 voices in the 10th mode. 
FRESCOBALDI. Toccata for the elevation. SWEEUNCK. O Mensch, bewein; Mein 
junges Leben. SCHEIDT. Credo. Also Cabanilles, Couperin, Grigny, Pachelbel] 

HS-AS 11 

136 V.3, rec.2: Brass and Orchestral Music of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Various performing 
groups. 
[G. GABRIELI. Sonata plan e forte; Canzona a sei. M. FRANCK. Pavana-Tantz-Intrada. 

SCHEIN. 14th suite from Banchetto Musicale. Also Pezel, Rosenmuller, J. K.F. 
Fischer] HS-AS 12 

137 v.3, rec. 3: 16th and 17th Century Chamber Music. Various performers. 
[BYRD. The bells. FARNABY. The new sa-hoq; A toye. PEERESON. The fall of the leafe. 

jQ^ ORTIZ. Ricercada. MILAN. 3 pavanes for vihuela, BESARD. 4 lute pieces. ANON. 
"^ Danceries francaises of the 16th c. Also Purcell, Dall'Abaco, Corbett, de Visee] 

HS-AS 13 
-138 • V.8, reel: Les vingt-quatre violons du roy. String orchestra; Raugel, dir. 

[CAROUBEL. Bransles. PRAETORIUS. Gaillarde, LAZARIN. Allemande. L. ROSSI. Les 
pleurs d'Orphee. PRAETORIUS. Courante-Sarabande; Passepieds de Bretaigne. Also 
De la Voys, Dumanoir, De la Haye, Mazuel, Bruslard, Anon. 17th c] HS-AS 36 
139 V. 9, reel: French Masters of the Renaissance. Chanteurs Traditionnels de Paris; M. 
Honegger, dir. 

[BERTRAND. Je meurs, hllas; Vivons, mignarde; Beaute qui, sans pareille; Hola, Caron; 
Certes mon oeil. COSTELEY. La prise du Havre. GOUDIMEL. Ps. 1; Ps. 65; Ps. 130; 
Ps. 68. LEJEUNE. Te Deum] HS-AS 41 



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140 Anthology of Guitar Music, 16th Century. Byrd (guit) 

. [VALDERRABANO. 2 sonatas; Diferencias sobre Guardance las vacas. MILAN. 2 pavanes; 

N" '' O 3 fantasias. MUDARRA. Diferencias sobre el Conde Claros; Gallarda; Fantasia. 



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PISADOR. Pavane y villanesca. NARVAEZ. Diferencias sobre Guardance las vacas; 
Cancion del Emperador; Baxa de contrapunta] (notes Mar 59) Wash 411 

141 Anthology of Renaissance Music. Primavera Singers; Greenberg, dir. 

[DUFAY. Kyrie. DEPRES. Tu solus; Ave Maria. LASSUS. Adoramus te; Salve Regina; 
Resonet in laudibus. MORLEY„ Agnus Dei; Eheu, sustulerunt Dominum; Domine, fac 
A' ' C* mecum. VICTORIA. Ave Maria; O vos omnes. PALESTRINA. Assumpta est Maria. 
BERCHEM. O Jesu Christe. MOUTON. Jocundare, Jerusalem. ] (mil 346) SPL 597 

ANTOLOGIA SONORA DELLA MUSICA ITALIANA: (sant 6:5) 

142 Antologia sonora della musica italiana, v. 4: La polifonia sacra nel Rinascimento. Coro 

Polifonico Romano; Tosato, dir. 

[Paleslrina; A. Gabrieli; G. Gabrieli; Monteverdi] Disques 115:123 notes another 

issue, 10" Harmonia Mundi HMC 25106, and specifies the following contents: 

PALESTRINA. Dies sanctificatus (motet); Mass "Dies sanctificatus" (Benedictus); 

Improperia; Regina coeli; O bone Jesu. A. GABRIELI. Sacerdos et pontifex. G. 

CROCEc Jube, Domine, benedicere. MONTEVERDI. Crucifixus. G. GABRIEU. 

Beata es Virgo Maria. (Italian issue) 7" 33.3rpm MCA 28016 

143 V.5: La polifonia profana nel Rinascimento. Madrigalisti Milanesi; Fait; dir. 

[Despres, Pesenti, Caimo, Lassus, Palestrina, Marenzio, Gesualdo, Monteverdi] 

7" 33,3rpm MCA 28009 

144 V, 6: Musiche strumentale nel Rinascimento. 

[Depres, Tromboncino, da Crema, Palestrina, Galilei, Morzanis, Bassano, etc.] 

7" 33.3rpm MCA 28019 

145 V. 7: L'arte organistica nel Rinascimento e nell'eta barocca. Esposito (org) 

[Cavazzoni, A. Gabrieli, G. Gabrieli, Luzzaschi, Frescobaldi, Zipoli] 

7" 33.3rpm MCA 28008 
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ARCHIVE PRODUCTION: III. The Early Renaissance (1350-1500) . 

146 Ser.A. (The Florentine Group). Madrigale e caccie from the Codex of Antonio Squarcialupi. 

Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[LANDINO. Caro Signer; Nessun ponga speran(ja; Cosi pensoso; El mie dolce sospir; Gram 
\'P ' Cl piant'agl'occhi. JACOPO DA BOLOGNA. Fenice fu. GIOV. DA CASCIA. Nascoso el 

viso stava. SER GHERARDELLO. Tosto che I'alba] 
Ser.D. (The Netherlanders to Okeghem). Rec. 1: DUFAY, 5 Sacred Songs. 

[Vergine bella; In tempore passionis; Flos florum; In festo Pentecostes; Alma redemptoris 
Mater] APM 14019; ARC 3003 

147 Ser.B. (From Oswald von Wolkenstein to the Locheimer Liederbuch). Various performers. 

[WOLKENSTEIN, (9 Lieder): Sag an, herzlieb; Wolauff gesell; Nu huss; Ave mater; Der 
mai mit lieber zal; Gelflck und hail; Es fuegt sich; Ich klag ain engel; Stand auff 
Maredel. ANON, (Lieder & Spielstiicke from Glogauer Liederbuch): (vocal): Christ, 
der ist erstanden; Elzeleyn; Ich bynss erfrewt; Al fol. (instr); Probitate eminentem; 
! O plasmator; Der phfawn schwantcz; Dy katzen phote] (Selections from Glogauer 

Liederbuch also issued on AP 13030, with 2 additions: Du Lenze gut; Seh hin mein 
Herz) APM 14512; ARC 3033 

148 Ser.C. (John Dunstable and his Circle). Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[DUNSTABLE, (motets): Sancta Maria non est; Ave Regina; Sancta Dei Genitrix; Quam 
, A /> n pulchra es; Speciosa facta es; O rosa bella (chanson)] 

Ser.D, Rec.2: Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[OCKEGHEM. (chansons): Petite camusette; Ma bouche rit; Ma maistresse; Fors seulement; 
L'autre d'antan] APM 14069; ARC 3052 



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ARCHIVE PRODUCTION: IV. The High Renaissance (16th Century) 
I4d Ser. A. (The Netherlanders from Josquin des Prds). 9 Chansons from the "NotenbUcher der 
Margarete von Osterreich. " Brussels. Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 
[LA RUE. Pourquoy non; Autant en emporte le.vent. BRUMEL. Vray Dieu. ISAAC. 
Et qui la dira. ANON. Belle pour I'amour; Triste suis; Entree suis en pensee; II me 
fait mal; Anima mea] 
Ser.G (Dance Music) SUSATO. 16 Danserye. APM 14032; ARC 3071 

150 Ser.C. (Evangelical Church Music). Kinderchor Bender. 

[PRAETORIUS. (8 Geistliche Tricinien): Nun komm; Christ lag; Jesus Christus; Nun freut 
T^JA 'f~ euch; Ich ruf zu dir; Ein feste Burg; Mit Fried und Freud; Wie schon leuchtet] 

' 'I Ser.H. (The German Lied). Reel. 11 Weltliche ZwiegesSnge from Georg Rhaw's "Bicinia 
/•^ , . ■ gallica. " Kinderchor Bender. 

• ' [STAHL. Hildebrandslied. STOLTZER. Ich stund an einem morgen (instr). VOIT. FUr 

I? jiyj f^p» all ich kr5n. ANON. Der mai tritt herein; Herzlich tut mich erfreuen; Erfreu sich 

Q 4^^- alles; Ich hab heimlich ergeben; Appenzeller Kuhrelhen (instr); Frohlichen will ich 

singen; Entlaubet ist der walde; Ach Elselein] APM 14003; ARC 3072 

151 Ser.D. (Social Music in Italy). Rec. 1. Singgemeinschaft R. Lamy. 

( » a ^. [MARENZIO. (madrigals): Vezzosi augelli; Ahi, dispietata morte; Zefiro torna; Ecco piu 

p,^* ^g, che mai; Scaldav'il sol; O dolc'anima mia. GESAULDO. (madrigals): Luci serene; 

*^^^ Ecco moriro dunque; lo tacer6; Dolcissima mia vita; Itene o miei sospiri; Moro lasso] 

'K.iJA?!) '"S APM 14045; ARC 3073 

•152 Ser.F. (Palestrina and his School). Aachener Domsingl<naben; Rehmann, dir. 
. [PALESTRINA. Mass "Papae Marcelli" (L'homme arme); Improperia; Stabat Mater] 

Nn?P ' " APM 14526; ARC 3074 

153 Ser.H. (The German Lied). Rec. 2. Berliner Motettenchor. 
[HASSLER. (10 Teutsche Gesang): Nun fanget an; Jungfrau, dein schon Gestalt; Feinslieb; 

Das Herz tut mir aufspringen; Ich brinn und bin entziindt; Fahr hin, guts Liedelein; Ach 
weh des Leiden; Tantzen und springen; Ihr Musici, frisch auf; Im kuhlen Maien. 
LECHNER., (7 Teutsche Lieder): O Lieb, wie suss; Die Musik ist eine schone Kunst; 
Die Musik g'schrieben auf Papier; Mit Tanzen und mit Springen; Gott b'hiite dich; 
GrOn ist der Mai; Ein edler Jager] APM 14010; ARC 3075 

154 Ser.D. Rec. 2. Brussels Pro Musica; Cape, dir. 
ilAO T)"' [GASTOLDI. 12 balletti] 

'* ■^ bar. I. (The French Chanson). Brussels Pro Musica; Cape, dir. 
^ ' I P\ f^- 1)? ^ [JANNEQUIN. II estoit une fillette; Petite nymphe folastre; La guerre; Las! povre coeur; Le 
chant des oyseaux; Ma peine n'est pas grande; Au joli jeux] APM 14042; ARC 3034 

155 Ser.K. (Orlandus Lassus). Reel. Singgemeinschaft R. Lamy. 

[LASSUS. (Neue teutsche Lieder): Audite nova; Hort zu ein news gedicht; Baur, was tragst 
klA 0- T) ^ ™ Sacke; Die Fasznacht; Ist keiner hie; Der wein der schmeckt; Im lant zu 

'^ ' Wirtenberg; Im Mayen; Tritt auff den rigel; Ein meidlein zu dem brunnen gieng. 
(chansons): Je I'ayme bien; Un doux nenny; Helas, quel jour; Le tems passe; En 
espoir vis; Or sus, filles; Scais-tu dire I'Ave. (madrigals): Un dubbio verno; Hor vi 
riconfortate. (villanelle): S'io ti vedess' una sol; lo ti vorria contar; Matona mia 
cara; O \\, o che bon eccho] APM 14055; ARC 3076 

156 Ser.K. Rec. 2. Aachener Domchor, Aachener Dom-Singknaben; Rehmann, dir. 
[LASSUS. Mass "Puisque j'ai perdu." (motets): Tristis est anima mea; Justorum animae; 

Venite ad me; Miserere mei, Domine; Domine convertere; Improperium exspectavit; 
Super flumina; Tui sunt coeli] APM 14071; ARC 3077 

157 Ser.L. (The Spanish Masters). Michaelis (tnr), Gerwig (lute), Guilleaumei(sop); 

Wenzinger (via da gamba), Mliller (hpsi) 
*] A-p-Tj^l [MILAN. (Musica de vihuela de mano): Durandarte; Amor che nel mio pensier; Sospirastes 
baldovinos; Fantasias; Pavanes. ORTIZ. (Musica de violones): O felici occhi; 
Doulce memoire; Recercadas; etc.] APM 14075; ARC 3078 

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158 Ser.M, (The Elizabethan Age). Reel. Deller Consort. 
_ [GIBBONS, (anthems): O Lord, I lift my heart; Thus angels sung; Almighty and everlasting 

jV' i/ I '^ God; Oh my love; O lord increase my faith; This is the record of John. 2 fantasias. 

kILO- /V l7\ (madrigals): What is our life; The silver swan; The cries of London. Fantasias] 

''''"■ ■^' ' APM 14056; ARC 3053 



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159 Ser.M. Rec.2. Soames (tnr); Gerwig (lute) 
[CAMPION. My sweetest Lesbia; Though you are young; I care not for these ladies; Follow 

thy fair sun; My love hath vowed; When to her lute Corinna; Turn back, you wanton 

flyer; It fell on a summer's day; Follow your saint. MORLEY. It was a lover; Mistress 

mine; Can I forget; Fair in a morn. DOWLAND. I saw my lady ](ieep; Flow my tears] 

APM 14501; ARC 3004 
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160 Ave Maria. Bonaventura Choir 

[Arcadelt, Victoria, Greg, chant, etc.] (Sch Aug 59) WLSM 4 

161 Chansons and Motets. Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society; Woodworth, cond. 

[LASSUS. Mon coeur se recommande a vous; Bonjour, mon coeur. ARCADELT. Nous 
voyons que les hommes. REGNARD. Petite nymfe folatre. PALESTRINA, Mass "O 
admirabile commercium" (Benedictus) Etc.] (r.r. 302) 10" CRS 202 

162 Chansons de France (XVIth & XVIIth Centuries). Pifteau (m-sop), Verger (pf). 

[ANON. Les anneaux de Marianson; lis sont bien pelez; Suis-je belle?; La jeune 

religieuse] (werm 3:536) Bam LD 010 

163 Chansons polyphoniques fran9aises. Choeur d'Enfants de la Maitrise R. T.F. , Besson, cond. 

[Sermisy, Godard, Lassus, Costeley, Passereau, Depres] (disques juill 57) 

7" 45rpm ED 82 

164 Chanteurs de St. -Eustache; Martin, cond. 

[DEPRES. Miserere. MANCHICHOURT. Mass "Quo abiit dilectus. " ANON. Emendemus 
(16th c. motet)] (disques 83:801) Bam LDE 022 

165 Chants d'Espagnes sacres et profanes. Concert Chorale Saint -Jordi (Barcelona); Martorell, cond. 

[ENCINA. A quiem debo; Que es de ti des consolado; Ay triste. GUERRERO. Si tu penas. 
PUJOL. Gloria patri. ROBLEDO. Hoc corpus. VICTORIA. Tantum ergo; Ave Maria; 
O magnum mysteriurh. RIMONTE. Madre, la mi madre. BRUDIEU. Cid, old. ANON. 
Por la puente juana. ROMERO. Entre dos mansos. ] (disques 90:628) 

CID 263617; DL 9837 

166 Children's Songs of Shakespeare's Time. New York Pro Musica; Greenberg, cond. 

[JONES. An archer great. RAVENSCROFT. It was a frog; There were three ravens; Willie 
prithee go to bed. HILTON. Come let us all a-maying go (round). MORLEY. About 
the Maypole new; Now is the month of maying; recorder duet. BYRD. Hey ho to the 
greenwood (round). BARTLETT. Whither runneth my sweetheart. PILKINGTON. The 
messenger of the delightful spring; Rest, sweet nymphs. PEERSON. Now robin laugh. 
CAMPIAN. Jack and Joan. BULL. Dr. Bull's my selfe (virg); Duke of Brunswick's toye. 
FARNABY. A dream (virg). ANON. 4 rounds. Also Purcell] (mil 347) CPT 540 

167 Choral Masterpieces of the Renaissance. Nonesuch Singers, French Circle Choir, Open 

Score Society 

[DEPRES. Ave Maria; Ave verum. VICTORIA. Jesu dulcis memoria; Gaudent in coelis. 

SERMISY. Vive la serpe; Au joli bois. JANNEQUIN. La plus belle de la ville. 

COSTELEY. Mignonne, aliens voir. BYRD. Ave verum. FARRANT. Hide not Thou 

Thy face; Call to remembrance. GIBBONS. Magnificat; Nunc dimittis (short service). 

REDFORD. Rejoice in the Lord. PASSEREAU. II est bel et bon] (Mil 306, r.r. 374) 

SPLP 535 

168 Choral Music from the Lowlands; 15th and 16 Centuries. Netherlands Chamber Choir; de 

Nobel, cond. 

[OCKEGHEM. Mass "Sine nomine" (Kyrie & Gloria). OBRECHT. Parce Domine. DEPRES. 

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Ave Maria. SCHUYT. O Leyda gratiosa. SWEELICK, Madonna con quest'occhi. 
TOLLIUS, Delia veloce sona. LASSUS. Matona mia cara] (verso: Palestrina) (Side 1 
same as no. 291, with additions) (mil 346) (Side 1 also on 2 - 10" Phil 402 141 NE 
and 402 142 NE) LC 3045 

169 Choral Music of France. Pro Musica Choral Society; Calder, cond. 

[LASSUS. Qui s'y frotte. MOUTON. Ave Maria. DEPRES. Cueurs desolez. JANEQUIN. 
Au joli jeu. Also Debussy, Ravel, Coupeiin.] (r.r. 298) 10" AL 17 

170 Choral Music of the 13th to 16th Centuries. Quartetto Polifonico 

[PALESTRINA. Impropeaa ei hymnus. VICTORIA, O vos omnes; Tenebrae lactae sunt. 

ANON. (Laude): De la crudel morte; Alleluja; Dimmi dolce Maria; Giu per la mala 

via; O cor soave. CHANT. Ave de coelis; Hodie Christus; Magnificat; Good Friday 

, Mass] (phonolog) Lon 5359 

1,71 Choral Songs (c. 1600). Berlin Motet Choir; Arndt, cond. 

[FRIDERICI. Wir lieben sehr im Herzen. ZANGIUS. Der Kolner Marl<t. DEMANTIUS. 
MSgdlein, woUt ihr nicht. WIDMANN. Schneiderlied. ANON. Ich sag ade; 
Presulem sanctissimum] (werm 3:537) 7" 45rpm Pol 37006 

172 Christmas Music. Renaissance Singers; Campbell, cond. 

[CAUSTUN. Rejoice in the Lord. GIBBONS, The record of John. PALESTRINA. Dies 
sanctificatus. HANDL. Resonet in laudibus. BYRD. An earthly tree. VICTORIA, 
O quam gloriosam. DUFAY, Salvete floras. SWEELINCK. Hodie Christus. Plainsong, 
anon, etc.] (gram D 59) RG 148 

1,73 Columbia Teachers College Choir; Wilson, cond. 

[CORSI, Adoramus te. HASSLER, Agnus Dei. HANDL. Resonet in laudibus. FARRANT. 
Call to remembrance. LEISRING. Let all ye sons and daughters. HASSLER. Dancing 
and springing. VAUTER. Mother, I will have a husband. GIBBONS. The silver swan. 
PASSEREAU, He is good and handsome. DOWLAND. Sweet love doth now invite. 
y PITONI. Cantate Domino] (adv) CS 7002 

LtC Courtly Music of the XVIth Century. Harvard and Radcliffe Music Clubs Chorus 

[LASSUS, Ich waiss mirein Meidlein. JANNEQUIN, Au joly bois. WERT. Un jour je 
m'en allai. DEPRES. Mille regretz. CERTON. Je ne I'ose dire. REGNART. Plus qu'il 
vous plait. GOMBERT, En aultre avoir. JACOTIN. Je suis desheritee. SERMISY. 
Aupres de vous. ISAAC, Vergangen ist mir GlUck] (werm 2:258, r.r. 297) 

10" Acad 308 
175 The Cries of London. Deller Consort, Ambrosian Singers, London Chamber Players. 

[COBB. These are the cryes of London. RAVENSCROFT. New oysters; Bellman's song; 
\^ /ig Painter's song; Brooms for old shoes. DERING. The cries of London; Country cries. 

SAVAGE. Muffins ho. WEELKES. The cries of London. Anon. , etc. ] BG 563 

1,76' Danceries de la Renaissance. Groupe des Instrument Anciens, Paris; Cotte, cond. 

[Gervaise, Du Tertre, Arbeau, and Anon, from Attaignant collection] (werm 3:537) 

7" 45rpm ED 42 
177 Dances of Shakespeare's Time. Boyd Neel String Orchestra; Dart, cond. 

[DOWLAND. Pavan. SIMPSON. Ricercar; Alman. PHILIPS. Passamezzo pavan. 
^1 ^;, « HOLBORNE, The funerals; Galliard "The honeysuckle"; Hey-ho holiday. FARRANT, 

^' *"*• 4-note pavan. JOHNSON. The temporise:; The witty wanton. ADSON. Ayre. BRADE. 
Galliard; Alman, Coranto. FERRABOSCO II. 4-note pavan. ] (gram Jun 57) 

OL 50127 
17^ Danseries et Fanfares de la Renaissance. Concert de I'Ensemble P. Devevey. 

[28 allemandes, pavanes, bransles, etc. 16 by Gervaise] (disques 83:803) MC 20128 
y Darlington Seminary Choir. See no. 17. 
1-7^ Dix motets de la Renaissance. Petits Chanteurs de St. -Laurent; Zurfluh, dir. 

[NANINI. Diffusa est gratia. BRUMEL. Sicut lilium. BOUZIGNAC. Ave Maria. FEVIN. 
Descende in hortum meum. AICHINGER. Assumpta est Maria. PALESTRINA. Sicut 

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cervus; Exultate Deo. DEPRES, Ave verum. VICTORIA. Tantum ergo. LOTTI. 
Crucifixus] (disques 111:545) 10" EFM 42052 

180 Douze Chansons de la Renaissance. Ensemble Vocal Caillard. 

[DEPRES. Mille regrets. SERMISY. Au joli bois. JANEQUIN. Plut a Dieu; Chant de 
I'alouette. ARCADELT. Margot laboures les vignes. BERTRAND. Ce ris plus doux. 
COSTELEY. Quand le berger. LASSUS. Serenade du Lansquenet; Un jeune moine; 
Le rossignol. PASSEREAU. II est bel et bon. MAUDUIT. Void le vert et beau mai) 
(disques 90:683) 10" EFM 42021 

181 Dowland and his Contemporaries. Fuller (bar); Azpiazu (lute & guit) 

[ATTEY. On a time; Sweet was the song; (instr): Greensleeves; Mrs. Vauxes gigge; My 
Lady Hundson's puffe. BARTLETT. What thing is love? DOWLAND. Flow not so fast; 
Sweet, stay awhile; Fine knacks for ladies; Come away, (instr): Forlorne hope; Heartes 
ease; Queen Elizabeth's galliard; Orlando sleepeth; An unnamed piece; Dowland 's 
adew; Melancholy galliard. JONES. Go to bed, sweet muse. ROSSETER. When Laura 
smiles. ANON. Have you seen but a white lily] (notes Mar 55) EMS 11 

182 nresdner Kreuzchor; Mauersberger, dir. 

[HASSLER. Cantate Domino. CALLUS. Zwei der Seraphim; Pater noster. SWEELINCK. 
Venite] (biel N 59) 7" 45rpm DGA 37179 EPA 

183 Dutch Folk Songs. Netherlands Chamber Choir; de Nobel, cond. 

[DASCANIO. 1) II grillo. DUFAY. In festis Beatae Mariae Virginis. OBRECHT. La 

Tortorella. VALEWUS. Al woud' ick; Geen dingen; Geluckig is het land; Heere, keere 
van ons af; Merck toch hoe sterck; O Heer, die daer des hemels; Die vast'lijck; Waer 
dat men sich al keerd; Wilt heden nu treden. ANON. Dutch folk songs] (notes Jun 57) 

LC 3263 

184 Early English Keyboard Music. Dart (hpsi), Donington (gamba), Goble (hpsi), Jones (org) 

[BYRD. Carman's whistle; Earl of Salisbury's Pavan and Galliard; Pavan and galliarda 
Bray; Preludium. BULL. Walsingham variations; Queen Elizabeth's pavan; King's 
Hunt. PHILIPS. Pavana dolorosa; Galliarda dolorosa. TOMKINS, Pavan. GIBBONS. 
2 fantasies; Lord Salisbury's Pavan and Galliard. FARNABY. Woodycock. ANON. 
The lord's masque; The new noddy] (werm 2:258, r.r. 359) LL 712/13 

185 Echoes from a 16th Century Cathedral. Roger Wagner Chorale. 

; • [HASSLER. Missa secunda; Cantate Domino; Dixit Maria. DEPRES. Ave vera virginitas. 

/ [' NANINI. Diffusa est gratia. PALESTRINA. Alma redemptoris mater; Missa brevis 

(Agnus); Super flumin a. SWEELINCK, Hodie Christus natus est. VIADANA, Exultate justi. 
VICTORIA. Ave Maria; Vere languores] (sch Apr 59) P 8460; SP 8460 

186 Ecole anglaise de clavecin. Gerlin (hpsi). 

' [BYRD. 4 pieces. PHILIPS. Gallarda dolorosa. FARNABY. 3 pieces. BULL. 3 pieces. 

PEARSON. Fall of the leaves. Etc.] (disques 58) 10" LD 2-411 

187 Elizabethan and Jacobean Music. Deller (c-tnr), Dupre (lute), Leonhardt (hpsi). Consort of 

Viols, 
[v/ 9 / [DOWLAND. Can she excuse; If my complaints; From the silent night; My Lady Hunsdon's 
r'6o Puffe (lute). MORLEY. Air (viols). BARTLETT. Of all the birds. JOHNSON. Alman 

(hpsi). JENKINS. Pavane and Fancy (viols). CAMPIAN. I care not for these ladies. 
PARSONS. Pandolpho. FARNABY. Up tails all (var. . hpsi)] BG 539 

188 Elizabethan Keyboard Music. Koenig (hpsi) 

[MORLEY, Fantasia. PEARSON. The primerose; Fall of the leafe. JOHNSON-FARNABY. 
Pavana. FARNABY. Fayne would I wedd. BULL. In nomine; Pavana; Galiarda. 
ANON. A toy; Corranto] (r. r. 345) EMS 236 



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189 Elizabethan Love Songs and Harpsichord Pieces. Cuenod (tnr), Chiasson (hpsi) 

[ROSSETER, When Laura smiles. JONES. Go to bed, sweet muse; Sweet Kate. PILKING- 
TON. Underneath a cypress tree. DOWLAND. Weep you no more; Sorrow, sorrow, stay; 
Now, O now, I needs must part; Away with these self-loving lads. ANON. Drink to me 
only; Have you seen but a white lily. Why dost thou turn away (Earle's ms). (Hpsi): 
BULL. Galiarda. JOHNSON. Alman, GIBBONS. Lord of Salisbury Pavan. R. FARNABY. 
Fayne would 1 wed. PEERSON. Fall of the leafe; The primerose. G. FARNABY. Tower 
Hill; His dreame. ANON. The King's morisco; A toye] (werm 3:538; mil 309, r.r. 
363) Lyr 37 

190 Elizabethan Lute Songs. Pears (tnr). Bream (lute) 

' [FORD. Fair sweet, cruel. MORLEY, Come, sorrow, come; It was a lover; Mistress mine, 

well may you fare. ROSSETER. What then is love but mourning; When Laura smiles. 
DOWLAND, I saw my lady weep; Awake sweet love; In darkness let me dwell] (also 
on 12" LL 1532, with additions by more recent composers) (gram D 59) 

10" LW 5243 
An Elizabethan Songbag for Young People (Reissued as Children's Songs of Shakespeare's 
Time. See no. 166) 10" ESJ 6 

191 Elizabethan Songs. Notley and Brynley (vocalists); Wolfe (hpsi) 

[ANON(?): Sweet nymph; On a time; Thrice toss these oaken ashes; O death rock me asleep; 
It was a lover; My complaining and others] (adv 1959-60) TLP 1012 

192 English Church Music. Canterbury Cathedral Choir; Campbell, cond. 

[TYE, O come ye servants. HILTON (attr. Farrant). Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake. 
TALLIS. Salvator mundi] (gram D 59) 7" 45rpm SEG 7808 

193 English Keyboard Music: Tudor Age to the Restoration. Wolfe (hpsi) 

[EDWARDS. When griping griefs. MUNDAY. Tres partes in una. REDFORD. Christe qui 
%tC'A >l lux; Christe qui lux with a meane; Eterne rex. BLITHEMAN. Gloria tibi trinitas iii & iv. 
) \-n I NEWMAN. Pavan; Fansye. TALLIS. Ex more docti; Natus est nobis; O ye tender babes. 
TOMKINS. The perpetual round; Fortune my foe. BULL. In nomine. BYRD. Ut re my 
fa sol la. ANON. O ye happy dames; Galliard] (adv) EA 0013 

194 English Lute Songs. Deller (c-tnr) 

[PILKINGTON. Rest, sweet nymphs. DOWLAND. What if 1 never speed; Shall I sue; 

Come again; Me, me, and none; Wilt thou unkind. CAMPIAN. Care charming sleep; 
h^~b>% Shall I come sweet love. ROSSETER. When Laura smiles. DAN YEL. Chromatic tunes, 

songs for lute, viol and voice. MORLEY. Will ye buy a fine dog. ANON. Have you 
seen but a white lily] (arl Jul 58) 
verso: In Nomines. In Nomine Players. 

[Fantasias for viols by Tye, Taverner. Bull, Tomkins, R. White] Bach 576 

195 The English Madrigal School. Deller Consort. 

V. 1: [MORLEY, Ho! who comes here; Sweet nymph, come. WEELKES. Cease, sorrows, 
now; To shorten winter's sadness; O care, thou wilt despatch; The ape, the monkey and 
itETi baboon; Strike it up, Tabor. VAUTOR. Mother I will have a husband. EDWARDS. In 
' ' going to my naked bed. BARTLETT. Of all the birds. BENNET. All creatures now; 

jS.h/" 6"/ Weep O mine eyes. WILBYE. Oft have I vowed. WARD, Hope of my heart] 

V.2: [WILBYE. Sweet honey-sucking bees; Flora gave me fairest flowers; Lady when 1 behold; 
Adieu sweet Amaryllis. JOHNSON. Defiled is my name; Benedicam Domino. WEELKES. 
On the plains; All at once; Young Cupid; Thule, the period of Cosmography. EDWARDS. 



'^ When griping griefs. TALLIS. Like as the doleful dove. SHEPHERD. O happy dames. 



^/'5 

Q%1„^ 7 ANON. The bitter sweet; My friends, the things; I smile to see] 

2-12" EG 553/4 
196 English Madrigals. New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus; de Varon, cond. 

[MORLEY, My bonnie lass; April is in my mistress' face. WEELKES. Fire, fire my heart; 
As Vesta was from Latmos Hill. GIBBONS. The silver swan. FARMER. Fair Phyllis. 



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DOWLAND. Weep you no more. (r.r. 348) RAVENSCROFT. Willy, prithee go to bed] 
(verso: Music of the Pilgrims) (mil 356) HSL 2068 

197 English Madrigals. Randolph Singers. 

[BENNET. All creatures now. DOWLAND. Come again. ESTE. How merrily we live. 
FARMER. Fair Phyllis. FORD. Since first I saw your face. MORLEY. Fire, fire. 
TOMKINS. When David heard] (verso: American Part Songs) (r.r. 336) CHC 52 
^. English music for the Virginal. See no. 252. 

198 English Organ Music. Dart (org) 

[BYRD. Fancie; Voluntary. BULL. Salvator mundi; Fantasia, GIBBONS. In nomine; 
Fantasia, TOMKINS. Fancy. Also Blow, Locke, Purcell, Greene, Handel] (gram 
D 59) CLP 1212 

199 Evening of Elizabethan Verse and Music. New York Pro Musica Antiqua; Greenberg, dir. 

(Auden reading) 

[WEELKES. Tan ta ra cries Mars. JONES. Sweet, if you like; Sweet Kate; Though your 

strangeness. WILBYE. Flora gave me fairest flowers; Sweet honey-sucking bees. 

FERRABOSCO. Come my Celia; So leave off. MORLEY. I saw my lady weeping. 

KIRBYE. Up then Melpomene. DOWLAND. In darkness let me dwell. GIBBONS. 

What is our life. WARD. Upon a bank. TOMKINS. When David heard] (werm 3:538) 

ML 5051 

200 A Festival of Choral Music. Pamplona Chorus; Morondo, dir. 

'' [LASERNA. Tumbayle que me voy contigo. ALFONSO X. (attr.) Cantiga No. 96. 

J. HIDALGO. Que dito pasito. VICTORIA. O vos omnes. SENFL. (arr.) Campanas. 
ANON. 3 canciones; Pregon. Also folk songs, etc.] (werm 2:261, r.r. 410) 

WL 5195 

201 Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Motets. Renaissance Chorus; Brown, cond. 

[RUFFO. Adoramus te. TALUS. Magnificat. DEPRES. Misericordias Domini. HASSLER. 
Ad Dominum cum tribularer. PALESTRINA. Exultate Deo] (verso: Isaac) ES 546 

202 Five Centuries of Spanish Song. De Los Angeles (sop) 

[CORNAGO. Que es mi vida. PISADOR. Porque es dama; No mellames segalaherba. 
VALDERRABANO, De donde venis amore. ANON. (Gothic): Mariam matrem; Ay 
triste vida. (Renaissance): Pastorcico non te aduermas; Ay luna que reluces. Etc.] 
(sch F 59) VSM FALP-509; 

Cap G-7155; LM 2144 

203 Flemish Choral Music. Ghent Oratorio Society; de Pauw, cond. 

[LASSUS. O la, o che bon eccho; Matona mia cara (in Flemish). DEPRES, Milles regretz. 
VAN BELLE. In't Groene. DE RORE, Gagliarda (guit). CLEMENS NON PAPA. Ic seg 
adieu. ANON. (16th c): Maria die sonde; Het was een maghet; Fiamengo (guit). 
Etc.] (werm 3:539; mil 322, r.r. 346) ES 514 

204 Florentine Carnival Songs. Antique Players 

[PESENTl. Dal lecto me levava. ISAAC. Donna di dentro; (instr); Palle, palle; La mi la 
sol. WILLAERT. O dolce vita mia; Zoia zentil. RORE. En voz adieux; Beato me direi 
(instr). CAVAZZONI. Madame vous aves mon cuor (virg). GANASSI. Ricercar (viol). 
DALZA. Calata (lute). ANON. Buona roba abbiam (canto delle rivenditore); Per 
chazzar maninconie (canto di lanzi allegri)] CE 1042 

205 Four Centuries of Liturgical Music. Washington Cathedral Choir; Callaway, dir. 

'[MORLEY, Magnificat. TALUS. If ye love me. BYRD. Sing joyfully unto God. GIBBONS. 
Nunc dimittis. PALESTRINA, Exaltabo te. VICTORIA, Jesu dulcis memoria. Also 
SchUtz, Bach, etc.] (arg May 59) Van 1036; Van 2021 Stereo 

206 French Chansons. Ensemble Vocal Blanchard. 

v.l: La fleur des chansons d'amour. [COMPERE. Vous me faites mourir; Le grant de'sir. 
SERMISY. Tant que vivray. MACHAUT. Plus dure qu'un dyamant. MUREAU, Grace 
attendant. JENNEQUIN. Ce sont gallans. BATAILLE. Un jour que ma rebelle. 

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CREQUILLON. Puisque malheur. COSTELEY. Helas! que de mal. BOESSET. Creul 
tyran. ANON. Fretillarde amoureuse pucette; Mort, j'apelle; J'ay prins amours, 
(ed. Attaignant): Ung petit coup; Destre amoureux; Et gentil Mareschal] 
V. 2: Chansons polyphoniques fran^aises. [BORLET. Ma tredol cosignol. LE JEUNE. Quand 
la terre. JANNEQUIN. Le chant de I'alouette; Chant des oyseaulx; Or, viens ca. 
DEPRES. Bergerette savoysienne. PASSEREAU. Je ne seray jamais bergere; Pourquoy 
done. BATAILLE. Ma bergfere non legfere; Ma belle, je vous prie; Foux, taisez vous. 
CLEMENT. Aymer est ma vie. LE ROY. Has tu point veu. ANON. Or sus vous dormes 
trop; Ne I'oserey-je dire; (ed. Attaignant): Pourquoi voules vous cousturier] (warm 
3:539) Phil N 00993/4 

207 French Chansons and Dances of the 16th Century. Brussels Pro Musica Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[CRECQUILLON, Alix avoir aux dents; L'ardent amour. LASSUS. O occhi; S'io ve dico; 
Saccio na cosa; Et d'ou venez-vous; Le rossignol; Chi non sa. GOMBERT. Souffrir me 
convient; Quand je suis auprez de -ma mye. CLEMENT. Puisque voulez. RORE. 
' I ' Rejouissons-nous. LE ROY. Las je n'eusse jamais pense. SERMISY. Vivray-je tousjours 

f-rs''. en soucy. GOUDIMEL. 11 me semble que la journee. GERVAISE. (instr); Allemande; 

C ' ' Branle de Champagne; Branle courant. DU CAURROY. (instr): Fantaisie. ANON. 

(Attaingnant collection): Fortune laissemoy; (instr): 2 Tourdions; 2 Pavanes; Basse danse; 
Gaillarde] SPL 738 

208 French Renaissance Music. Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble; Boulanger, cond. 

[DEPRES. Milles regretz. JANNEQUIN. Ce moys de May; Le chant des Oyseaulx. LE 
JEUNE. Helas, mon Dieu; Revecy venir du printans; Tu ne I'entends pas. LASSUS. Bon 
f^ • O jour, mon coeur; Quand mon mary. COSTELEY. Noblesse git au coeur; Mignonne, 

allons voir, SERMISY. Hau, hau, hau, le boys; Au joly boys. MAUDUIT. Vous me 
tuez. BONNET. Francion vint I'autre jour. ANON, (ed Attaignant): A de'clarer mon 
affection] (mil 301, r.r. 344) DL 9629 

Fench Sacred Music. See no. 313 
French Songs (16th century). See no. 297 
French Troubador Songs. See no. 95 

209 Geistliche Volkslieder. Hessische Kantorei; Reich, dir. 

[PRAETORIUS. Herzlich tut mich erfreuen; Geh aus mein Herz. GASTOLDI. In dir ist 
Freude] (biel N 59) 7" 45rpm CAN T 71691 N 

^-0' German Song from the Minnesingers to the 17th Century. Rogers (tnr), de la Torre (guit) 
[ISAAC. Abschied von Innsbruck. GERLE. Es flog ein kleines Vogelein. AHLE. 

Brtlnstiges Verlangen. OTT, jagers Morgenbesuch. HASSLER. Gagliarda. ANON. Ach 
Elslein. Aderlassen der Nonnen (Liederbuch Anna von Coin). (Lochamer Liederbuch): 
Minelied; Die Linde im Thai; Verlangen thut mich kranken. (Jugenheimer liederblatt): 
Maria durch ein Dornwald ging. (Fabricium Liederbuch): Bist du des Goldschmieds 
Tochter? (Zupfgeigenhansl coll.): Von Himmel hoch O Englein kommt; Kein Feur, 
keine Kohle; Sie gleicht wohl einen Rosenstock. ] (mil 359, r.r. 298) AL 90 

211 German Songs of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Cuenod (tnr), Leeb (lute) 

[ISAAC. Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen. WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE. Pales- 
tinalied; Wie soli ich den gemynnen. SCHLICK. Mein Maid ich hab dich auserwelt; 
Maria zart; Vil hinderlist. SENFL, Ewiger Gott; Die v^eyber mit den flohen. WALTHER. 
l^tV"' ^St. Christ lag in Todesbanden. SACHS, Silberweise. ALBERT. O der rauhen Grausamkeit; 
Mein schones Lieb. FOLZ, Kettenton. ANON, Gar lustig ich spazieren ging; Aus fahr 
ich hin; Entlaubet ist der Walde; Gut gsell; Lied der Geissler. ] (gram Oct 61) 

XWN 18848 
212'^ Germani (org) 

[BULL, Laet ons met herte reijne; Fantasia on a theme of Sweelinck. SWEELINCK. Mein 
junges Leben] (gram D 59) 7" 45rpm 7EP 7078 



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21S Harvard Glee Club; Woodworth, cond. 

[PALESTRINA. Supplicationes; Confitemini Domino. BYRD. lustorum anlmae. LASSUS. 
Tibi laus, tibi gloria. VICTORIA. Miserere mei. ANERIO. Adoramus te. ANON. O 
Maria, diana Stella (lauda)] (r.r. 302) 10" CRC 101 

214 Heinrich-Schtltz-Kreis (Munich); A. Schutz, dir. 

[BRUCK. Christ, der ist erstanden. SENFL. Gelobet seist du. Also Schutz] (biel N 59) 

7" 45rpm CAN T 71673 F 
Histoire de la musique vocale. See no. 96. 

HISTORY OF MUSIC IN SOUND 

215 V. 3: Ars Nova and the Renaissance, c. 1300-1540. Brussels Pro Musica; Bodley Singers, Rose, 

dir.; Brompton Oratory Choir, H. Washington, dir., & others 

[ADAM DE LA HALLE. Tant con je vivrai. JEHANNOT DE L'ESCUREL. A vous, douce 
debonaire. MACHAUT. Ma fin est mon commencement; Mass: Benedictus. GIOVANNI 
DA CASCIA. Nel mezzo a sei paon. LANDINI. Amar si li alti tuo gentil costumi. 
MAESTRO PIERO. Cavalcando. BYTTERING. Nesciens mater. DUNSTABLE. Veni 
, r^ '\ sancte spiritus. CICONIA. O rosa bella. DUNSTABLE. O rosa bella. DUFAY. Ave 

Regina coelorum; Pour Tamour de ma douce amye. BINCHOIS. Filles a marier. 
OCKEGHEM. Mass "Fors Seulement" (Kyrie). OBRECHT. Si oblitus fuero. LA RUE. 
Requiem (Introit). DEPRES. El grille; Je ne me puis tenir; Tribulatio et angustia; 
Mass "L'homme arm^" (Sanctus). DAVY. Timuerunt valde. FAYRFAX. Magnificat 
(excerpts). TAVERNER. Mass "Gloria tibi" (Benedictus). PAUMANN. Mit ganczem 
Willen (org). BUCHNER. Es gieng ein Mann. (org). REDFORD. O Lux (org). ISAAC, 
(instr): Chanson; La la ho ho; Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen. DE LA TORRE. Alta. 
(instr). COMPERE. Nous sommes de I'ordre (instr). RUBINUS. Der Bauern Schwanz 
(instr). ANON. (14th c): Le moulin de Paris; Se je chant; Angelus ad virginem; Deo 
gratias Anglia. (15th c): Now wel may we merthis make; Tappster, drinker; Credo; 
Mass "Custodi nos" (Gloria)] 2-12" LM 6016 

216 V. 4: The Age of Humanism (1540-1630). Brompton Oratory Choir; H. Washington, dir.; 

London Chamber Singers, other groups & soloists 

[DEMOPHON. A che son hormai conducto. MARENZIO. Scendi dal Paradiso. LUZZASCHI. 
Quivi sospiri. WILBYE. Ye that do live in pleasures. GREAVES. Come away, sweet 
love. WEELKES. O care, thou wilt despatch. MORLEY. Ho! who comes here; Thyrsis 
and Miila; Agnus Dei. COSTELEY. Allons au vert bocage. SERMISY. Tant que vivray; 
id, Vivray-je tousjours. PASSEREAU. II est bel et bon. VICTORIA. O Domine Jesu. DE 

^ f MONTE. Mass "Benedicta es" (Benedictus & Agnus). PALESTRINA. Mass "Aeterna 

Christi" (Sanctus); Missa brevis (Agnus II). LASSUS. Scio enim; Mass "Puisque j'ay 
perdu" (Benedictus & Hosanna). GALLUS. Mirabile mysterium. TALLIS. Adesto nunc 
propitius. BYRD. Haec dies. GIBBONS. Behold Thou hast made; Fantasia (instr); The 
King's Juell (virg). PRAETORIUS. Wie schon leuchtet der Morgenstern. G. GABRIELI. 
In ecclesiis. MILAN. Toda mi vida. DOWLAND. Sleep, wayward thoughts. 
WILLAERT. Ricercar (instr). PEUERL. Padouan & intrada (instr). COPERARIO. Fantasia. 
BULL. My selfe (virg). FARNABY. His humor (virg). FRESCOBALDI. Capriccio (hpsi). 
A. GABRIELI. Ricercar (org). SWEELINCK. Ach Gott von Himmel (variations, org). 
ANON. My Lady Carey's dompe (virg). Also Monteverdi, Landi] 

2-12" LM 6029 
««««««« 

In Nomines. See no. 194. 
2i7 The Italian Madrigal: Ars Nova and the 16th Century. Vassar Madrigal Singers; Geer, dir. 
[GIOVANNI DA CICONIA. Una panthera. JACOPO DA BOLOGNA. Uselletto selvaggio. 
LANDINI. Cosi pensoso; De! dimmi tu. GIOVANNI DA CASCIA. lo son un pellegrin. 
BANCHIERI. La pazzla senile (excerpts); lo son bella e favorita. FESTA. Amor che mi 



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consign. VECCHI. Damon e Filli. PALESTRINA. Da cosi dotta man; Ahi che quest' 
occhi] Al 3029 

218 Italian Madrigals & German Motets. Bavarian Radio Chorus; Kugler, dir. 

( [MARENZIO. Scaldava il sol; Ti guardo negli occhi. GESUALDO. Ecco morirb; Ahi, gia 

mi discoloro; lo taceri; In van dunque. HASSLER. Ach Herr, lass dein' lieb Engelein. 
HAMMERSCHMIDT. Schaffe in mir] (in German except 1st item) (werm 2:258, 
r,r. 366) MG 10087 

219 Italian Songs, 16th and nth Centuries. Cuenod (tnr), Leeb (lute) 

[GAGUANO. Valli profonde. VERDELOT-WILLAERT. Fuggi. fuggi cuor mio; Con lagrime 
e sospir. FIORENTINO. Fantasy (lute). ANON. Veneziana. Also Frescobaldi, 
rJ * ^*^ Scarlatti] verso: Spanish Songs, 16th and 17th Centuries. [MILAN. Perdida; Sospiro; 
Durandart; Pavane (lute). MUDARRA. Si me llaman; Triste estaba; Pavane (lute)] 
(sch May 58, r.r. 409) West 18654; 50-59 

220 Italian Music in the Age of Exploration. Fleetwood Singers. 

[LUZZASCHI. Quivi sospiri; O primavera. PORTA. Erasi al sole. CIMELLO. Gli occhi 
tuoi. ARCADELT. S'infinite bellezza. GABRIELI. Ecco I'aurora. DASCANIO. ^^ El 
Q^ grillo. MARENZIO. Fiere silvestre. VECCHI. L'Amfiparnasso; Act 2, Sc 3. RORE. 
K'" Dalle belle contrade-. CAIMO. The cuckoo; Ben ragio. MERULO. Quand'io pens'ai 

martire. CARA. Non e tempo. MONTE. Verament'in amore] (arl N 10 58) 

LLST 775 . • 

221 Italian Troubadour Songs. Cuenod (tnr), Leeb (lute) ,"'"■ '■-'■■0> -r--^ 
W-'S? [ARCADELT. Voi me ponest' in foco. CIMELLO. Canzona villanesca. LANDINO. 

~« Angelica belta. CARA. Non e tempo; lo non compro. RORE. Vergine pura. ANON. 

^^•"0 / Ave mitis (lauda). Etc.] XWN 18776 

222 Jacobean Consort Music. Instrumental Ensemble; Dart, cond. 

L/^4^'^ [COPERARIO. Fantasy; Suites. WARD. Ayre. LUPO. Fantasia. HUME. Lamentation; 

Galliard. GIBBONS. Gaillarde. ANON. Miserere] (disques 90:630) OL 50133 

228^ Kirkpatrick (hpsi). 

[BYRD. Pavane & Galliard. SWEELINCK. Mein junges Leben. CABEZON. 2 tientos. 
^ Etc.] (gram D 59) ALP 1518 

224 Klingende Kathedralen, Aachener Domchor and symphony orchestra (Rehmann). 

[PALESTRINA. Surge illuminare Hierusalem (motet). VON BINGEN. O virga ac diadema. 
OCKEGHEM. Kyrie. DEPRES. Sanctus. LASSUS. Missa "In die tribulationis" (Agnus), 
MANGON. Salve Regina. MONTE. Laudate Dominum (Ps. 150). LOTTI. Crucifixus. 
FRANZ NEKES. Veritas mea. HASSLER. Verbum caro factum est. ANON. Urbs 
aquensis (chant); other from later period.] (adv Sept 1960) Col C-80102; WSX-502 
2S5 Lute Music of the XVIth and XVlIth Centuries. Podolsky (lute) 

' [DALZA. Pavana. ATTAIGNANT. Basse-danse. NEUSIEDLER. Ein gut Preambel; 

Preambel; Bethler Tantz; Juden Tantz. MUDARRA. Pavana; Galliarda; Fantasia. 
GORZANIS. La dura partita. FRANCISQUE. 3 branles; Gavotte. NEGRI. Catena 
d'amore; Villancico; Spagnoletto. DOWLAND. Pavan "Semper Dowland"; Galliard 
"King of Denmark"; Allemande "Englessa. " Also Gaultier] (werm 3:542, r.r. 375) 

SPL 577 
Lute Songs and Dances from Germany, Italy, France and England. Bloch (voice & lute) 
[ALLISON. Fyre in my meditation. ATTAIGNANT. D'estre amoureaux. BATAILLE. 
Renee. BESARD. Beaux yeux. CARA. Non e tempo. CAVENDISH. Down in a valley. 
COINCY. Ma viJ;le veut vieler. DALZA. Ricercare. DOWLAND. Shall 1 sue. 
R. DOWLAND. Volte & Coranto. MILANO. Fantasia. GALILEI. Passometzo e salta- 
rello. GAULTIER. Fantasia. LE ROY. Pseaume L; Branles. NEUSIEDLER. Judentanz. 
SPINACCINO. Ricercare. VON LOGI. Courante. WILLAERT. Con lagrime e sospir. 

1) i.e. Josquin Depres. 

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CACCINI. Amarilli. ANON. Goe from my window; Ich gieng ein mage Bayerien; 
Galliarda tamburina; Now wolde y faine. Also Bach.] (r.r. 299) Al 93 

Lutenist Songs. See no. 278 

227 Madrigali amorosi. Sestetto Luc a Marenzio; Cavalli, dir. 

[MONTEVERDI. Rimanti in pace; Ond'ei di morte; Come faro cuor mio; Sfogava con le 
stelle. MARENZIO. Dono Cinzia a Damone; Amor e ritornato; Zefiro torna. 
GESUALDO. Luci serene e chiare; Dolcissima mia vita.] (disques 112:609) 

10" Bam LD 051 

228 Madrigalisti Milanesi; Fait, dir. 

[AZZAIOLO. Come t'aggio lasciata; L'amanza mia. DONATO. Chi la gagliarda. 
FALCONIERI. Folti boschetti. INGEGNERI. Tenebrae factae sunt. MONTEVERDI. 
Ecco mormorar I'onde; Lamento di Arianna. NANINI. Ahi, che debbo morire; Come 
fenice; D'una donna gentil; lo son farfalla; Sonno soave. PALESTRINA. Tristis est 
anima mea] (werm 2:259. mil 341) CLPS 1027 

229 Madrigals and Motets. Stanford University Chorus; Schmidt, dir. 

[VICTORIA. Missa Dominicans (Kyrie). MORLEY. Agnus Dei; My bonny lass. TALLIS. 
Audlvi vocem. HASSLER. Cantate Domino. CLEMENT. Adoramus te. PALESTRINA. 
Super flumina. COSTELEY. Je vols de glissantes eaux; Lautrier priay de danser. 
MAUDUIT. En paradis. CERTON. La, la, la, je ne I'ose dire. WEELKES. Hark, all 
ye lovely saints. LICHFILD. I always loved to call my lady Rose. Also folksongs, 
etc.] (werm 3:542) 10" ML 7022 

230 Madrigals and Motets, 13th to 17th Century. Coro de Madrigalistas de Mexico; Sandi, cond. 

[AUONSO EL SABIO. Cantiga de Santa Maria 117. DUFAY. Gloria in excelsis. 

VICTORIA. O vos omnes. ARCADELT. II bianco e dolce cigno. PALESTRINA, O 
quantus luctus. LE JEUNE. O vilanella. LASSUS. Quand mon mari. BYRD. Ave 
verum corpus; Ave Maria. INGEGNERI. O bone Jesu. PHILIPS. Cantantibus organis. 
HASSLER, Luce negl'occhi. MONTEVERDI. Cor mio; Quel augellin; Non piu guerra; 
Si ch'io vorrei morire; Lasciatemi morire] URLP 7168 

231 Madrigals, Balletts, Folk Songs of 4 Centuries. English Singers of London. 

[BYRD, This sweet and merry month. GIBBONS. The silver swan. GREAVES. Come away, 
sweet love. MORLEY, Now is the month of maying; Sing we and chaunt it. WEELKES, 
To shorten winter's sadness. WILBYE. Stay Corydon and traditional] (notes Mar 58) 

Ang 35461 

232 Madrigaux anglais des XVIe et XVIIe siecles; Chansons francaises des XVIe et XVIIe siecles. 

Golden Age Singers; Field-Hyde, cond. 

[WEELKES. On the plains. FARMER, Fair Phyllis. BENNET, Weep, O mine eyes. WILBYE. 

Sweet honey sucking bees. GIBBONS. The silver Swan. BYRD, Though Amaryllis dance. 

TESSIER, Au joli bois. COSTELEY, Mignonne aliens voir; Je voy des glissantes eaux. 

REGNARD, Petite nymfe folatre. LASSUS. Bon jour mon coeur; Quand mon mari. 

PLAN(^ON. Puisque le ciel veut ainsi. BERTRAND, Mon Dieu, que ma maitresse est 

belle. PASSEREAU, II est bel et bon.] (disques 109:422) 10" Pretoria CL 8004 

233 Les maitres italiens des XVIe de XVIIe siecles. Ensemble Italian d'Instruments Anciens; 

Menestrelli, dir. (adv) Pretoria CL 8000 

234 Manuscrit de Bayeux. la Marc'Hadour, Sandri (bar); Cotelle (hpsi); instrumental ensemble 

(arr. by Fremiot & Nigg) 

[ANON. (15th c): Le roi anglais; A la duchee de Normandie; lis ont menty; Quand je voye 
renouveler; Et cuidez-vous que je me joue; Virelai sur la mort d'Olivier Basselin] 
(werm 3:542) 10" CdM LDYA 8065 

235 Masterpieces of Music before 1750. Rec.2: The 16th and 17th Centuries. Various groups; 

W^ildike, dir. 

[LASSUS. Tristis est anima mea. PALESTRINA. Mass "Veni sponsa Christi" (Agnus I). 
BYRD. Ego sum panis. MARENZIO. S'io parto. BENNET. Thyrsis, sleepest thou. 



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FARNABY. Loth to depart (virg). CACCINI. Dovro dunque morire. ANON. Canzona 
per I'epistola (org). Also Monteverdi, Schiltz, etc.] Reel. See no. 99. 

HSL 2072; HS 9039 

MASTERS OF EARLY ENGLISH KEYBOARD MUSIC: (Dart, keyboard instr) 

236 V. 1: Four Centuries of Music for Organ, Harpsichord and Clavichord. 
[(organ): PRESTON (?). Upon la mi re. WHITE. Ut re mi. BUTHEMAN. Eterne rerum 

conditor III. TALLIS. Natus est nobis, GIBBONS. Fancy. ANON. Retroue (14th c); 
'wl Felix namque (15th c). (hpsi): NEWMAN. Pavyon. BULL, Galiardo; Courant the 

princes. JOHNSON. Alman. HOOPER, Alman. FARNABY. His humor, GIBBONS. 
CA^'sC I Pavin & Gallardo the lord of Salisbury. Also Clarke, Blow, Roseingrave, Arne. 

(clavichord): ANON. (16th c): La bounette; La doune cella; La shy myze. Also Croft, 
anon. 17th c] OL 50075 

237 v. 2: William Byrd and Thomas Tomkins. (org & hpsi) 

[BYRDo Lord Willoby's welcome home; 1st Pavan & Galliard; Queen's Alman; 5th Pavan & 
id - 'i\ Galliard; 1st French Coranto; Pavan & 2 Galliards "Earl of Salisbury. " TOMKINS. 

Worcester Brawls; Pavan & Galliard Earl Strafford; Clarifica me Pater; Pavan & Galliard 
CTVSC ^ A minor; Toy made at Poole Court; Fancy; Pavan & Galliard in G; Var. on What if a 
day] OL 50076 

238. v. 3: John Bull & Matthew Locke, (org) 
I { «.- Bl i [BULL, Een kindeken is uns geboren; Prelude & Fantasy on ut-mi fa sol; Fantasy in G; 

a\^ Pavan & Galliard "Sinfoniae"; Vexilla regis; "La Guamina"; Laet uns met Herten reyne; 

^pQ^' 3 Salve regina; Fantasy on a theme of Sweelinck. LOCKE. 6 voluntaries. ] OL 50130 

239 v. 4: Orlando Gibbons & Giles Farnaby. (hpsi) 

[GIBBONS. Preludium; Galiardo in C; Almain in C; The wood so wilde; Lady Hatton's 
*/ gj j Galliard; French ayre; French almain; Maske "Welcome Home"; Galliard in D; Italian 

ground; Fantasia of 4 parts. FARNABY. Old Spagnoletta; Spagnioletta; Meridian 
/4 iV f* ^ ( alman; Tell me, Daphne; His dreame; His toye; His reste; His conceit; Tower Hill; 

' Muscadin; The new Sahoo; Rosasolis; Galiarda; Lord Zouche's Maske; Loth to depart.] 

(all Farnaby pieces from FitzWilliam Virginal Book) OL 50131 

240 Mastreechter Staar Chorus; Koekelkoren, dir. 

[HANDL. Haec dies. VICTORIA. Domine non sum dignus; Cruce; Cantate Domino. 
PALESTRINA. O bone Jesu. HASSLER. Et incarnatus est. DIEPENBROCK, Veni 
creator spiritus] (sant 6:5) 7" 45rpm Phil 402 057 NE 

241 La Menestrandi; Teysseire, dir. (instr) 

" [Obrecht, Costeley, G. Gabrieli, de Rore, d'Anglebert, Charpentier] (disques juil 57) 

10" Rad LD 01 
242''' Monaco Cathedral Choir; Carol, dir. 
"^ [VICTORIA. Popule meus. PALESTRINA. Improperium exspectavit. LASSUS. Nos qui 

sumus. MORALES. Peccantem me. MAUDUIT. En son temple sacre. JANNEQUIN. 
Mass "La Bataille" (Benedictus, Osanna). AICHINGER. Regina coeli. Etc.] 
(werm 2:260) SM 33-01 

^5' Motets. Stanford University Choir; Schmidt, dir. 

[PALESTRINA. Sicut cervus. BYRD. I will not leave you comfortless. INGEGNERI. 
Tenebrae factae sunt. VICTORIA. Ave Maria. AICHINGER. Regina coeli. Also 
Tchesnokov.] (mil 367, r.r. 372) ML 5001 

244 Motets de la Nativite. Ensemble Vocal Blanchard. 

[DEPRES. In principio erat Verbum. PIETON. O beata infantia. MOUTON. Quaeramus 
cum pastoribus. CREQUILLON. Verbum caro factum est. VICTORIA. Quem vidisti 
pastores] (disques 108:300) 10" SM 33.60 



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245 Motets for Christmas and Easter. Caillard Vocal Ensemble. 

[AICfflNGER. Regina coell. COOPER. Gloria in excelsis. LASSUS. Resonet in laudibus; 
1 ^ L.'^i'J Surgens Jesus; Tristis est anima mea; Videntes stellam magi. PALESTRINA. Alma 

redemptoris mater. PRAETORIUS. Ecce Maria. VICTORIA. O crux ave; O vos 
omnes.] 10" Erato 1041/1042; 

12" XWN 18809 

246 Motets for Christmas and Other Festivities. Welch Chorale. 

[VICTORIA. O quam gloriosum; O magnum mysterium. GIBBONS. Hosanna to the son of 
/(/"* 3 o David. SWEELINCK. Hodie Christus natus est. PALESTRINA. Hodie Christus riatus 

est; Rotate caeli desuper; Dies sanctificatus. WEELKES. Gloria in excelsis. BYRD. 
Dies sanctificatus; O magnum mysterium. HANDL, Resonet in laudibus. 3 Plainsong] 
(r.r. 363) Lyr LL 35 

247 Motets of the Fifteenth & Sixteenth Centuries, with Easter Themes. Welch Chorale. 

[DUFAY. Gloria in excelsis. DEPRES. Ave verum. LA RUE. O salutaris hostias. 
DUNSTABLE. Quam pulchra es. PALESTRINA. Super flumina; Tu es Petrus; Sicut 






P "* ' cervus; Haec dies. VICTORIA. Tantum ergo; Vere languoris. BYRD. Confirma hoc 

^. A I ) Deus; Beata viscera; Haec dies. ROSSELLI. Adoramus te. INGEGNERI. Tenebrae 



factae sunt. AICHINGER. Regina coeli. LOTTI. Crucifixus. ] (mil 378) 

Lyr LL 52 

MOTETS OF THE VENETIAN SCHOOL (16th Century); Choir of the Capella di 

Treviso; d'Alessi, dir. 
248 V. 1: 

^ [A. GABRIELI. Cantate Domino; Bonum est confiteri; O sacrum convivium; Egredimini et 

videte; Mass "Pater peccavi" (Sanctus & Benedictus). G. GABRIELI. Sancta Maria. 
NASCO. Tristis est anima mea; O salutaris hostia; Lamentations of Jeremiah (I). 
MERULO. Sancta et justi. ASOLA. Adoramus te. Domine] (r.r. 408) PL 8030 

24^, v. 2: 

[ASOLA. Cantabant Sancti; Hoc signum Crucis; Surge arnica mea; Introduxit me; Omnes 
de Saba; Surrexit Pastor. CROCE. Benedicam Dominum; Beati eritis; Ego sum pauper; 
Exaltabo te; Cantate Domino. WILLAERT. Ego dormivi. PORTA. Virtute magna. 
RUFFO. Adoramus te Christe. VECCHI. Salutis humanae. NASCO. Migravit Judas. 
INGEGNERI, O Domine Jesu Christe] PL 8610 

250 V. 3:A. Gabrieli & Contemporaries. 

[A. GABRIELI. In decachordo psalterio; Sacerdos et pontifex; Filiae Jerusalem; Maria 

Magdalena; Cor meum; Annuntiate inter genres. ASOLA. Lapidaverunt Stephanum; 

Te gloriosus Apostolorum; Ave rex noster; Cum autem venisset; Surge propera; O 

altitudo divitiarum; Tu es Petrus. NASCO, Facti sunt hostes; Ave Maria. PORTA. 

Praeparate corda vestra Domino. VIADANA. O sacrum convivium] (mil 334, werm 

3:543) PL 8790 

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251 Motets polyphoniques du XVIe siecle. Schola du Grand Scolasticat des Peres du St. -Esprit 

de Chevilly; Deiss, dir. 

[DEPRES. O Domine Jesu Christe. LASSUS. Serve bone. HANDL. Haec dies. VAN 
BERCHEM. Alleluia surrexit Dominus. VIADANA. Exsultate justi in Domino; O 
sacrum convivium. VICTORIA, O regem caeli; Duo Seraphim] (disques 106:167) 

10" SM 33-41 

252 Music for the Virginal. S. Bloch (virg) 

'' [FARNABY. Tower Hill; A toye; Fantasia. BYRD. Coranto; Carman's Whistle; Alman. 

MORLEY-BYRD. La volta. GIBBONS. Lord Salisbury's Pavan & Galliard. MUNDY. 
Robin; Goe from my window. BULL, Prelude; In Nomine. PEERSON. The falle of the 
leafe, TOMKINS. Worster's braule. ANON. Why aske you; Alman, ] (r,r. 298) 

AL 28 

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Music from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. See no. 101 
2^3 Music of the Church. New York Blessed Sacrament Quartet & Chorus; Sparks, (org) 
^ [ROSA. Selve, voi che le speranza. BERCHEM. O Jesu Christe. CASCIOLINI. Panis 

angelicus; O esca viatorum. LASSUS. Missa brevis (Sanctus & Benedictus). ANON. 
(11th c): Ave Maria. Also M. Haydn, Menegali] (werm 3:544) 

10" Bible CL 221 

254 Music of the Episcopal Church. Choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine; Wyton, dir. 
/ [FAYRFAX. O lux beata trinitas. TYE. Praise ye the Lord. BYRD. Nunc dimittis (short 

service). MORLEY. Fauxbourdons to the Magnificat. Also Purcell, etc.] (arg Mar 59) 

Word W 4014 

MUSIC OF THE GOTHIC PERIOD AND THE EARLY RENAISSANCE: Vielle Trio; 
Robertson, (tnr) 

255 V. 1: 

[ARCADELT. Voi me ponest'in foco. DEPRES. Fantazies (instr). GREITER. Ich stund an 
einem Morgen. MAHU. Song of the Lansquenet. ISAAC. Fortuna desperata; Der 
U^"7 Hund. MACHAUT. Si j'aime. RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS, Estampida. ALONSO 

DE MONDEJAR. Mios fueron. DUFAY. Bon jour, bon mois, bon an; 2 liturgical pieces; 
Virgine bella. WILLAERT. Canzone; Ricercare. HOFHAYMER. Greiner Zanner. ANON. 
2 organa; Christ ist erstanden (Glogauer Liederbuch); Din di rin din (Spanish); Entlaubet 
ist der Walde (Egenolf Songbook); Italian court dance] (r.r. 298) 2-12" AL 14 

256 V.2: 

[ISAAC, (instr): Helas, que denera; Der Hundt. GIOVANNI DA FIRENZE. lo son un 
pellegrino. JACOPO DI BOLOGNA. Compositione (3 instr). LANDINO. El mie dolce 
sospir. OBRECHT. 3 pieces (3-part). GABRIEL. No so yo quien la descubre. DE LA 
/\/-^ TORRE. Spanish dance. ENCINA. Amor con fortuna. DUFAY. Craindre vols vueil; 

Je ne vis oncques; Pourrai j 'avoir (instr). CARA. Non e tempo. ANON. (Glogauer 
Liederbuch): Ich sah einmal den Morgenstern; Ich bin erfreut. Ein laeppisch Mann 
(Egenolf Songbook); En trinitatis (14th c. It.); Pase el aqua (Sp.); Ya cantan los 
gallos (Sp.); Toda me casa (Port.); Die Drei Bauern; various dances] 2-12" AL 72 

257 Music of the Renaissance. Krefeld Collegium Musicum; Haas, dir. 

[DUFAY. Veni creator spiritus; A flos florum; Se la face ay pale. BINCHOIS. De plus en 
^i^<'<5 plus. LANDINI. Gran piant'agli occhi. TROMBONCINO. Non val aqua (instr). 

PENALOSA. A tierras ajenas (instr). DE LA TORRE. O cuam dulce; Aire de danza. 
ESCOBAR. Corazun triste. ANON. (Glogauer Liederbuch); Der neue Bauernschwanz; 
Ich bins erfreut; Ich sach's einsmals dem lichten Morgenstern. (Locheimer Liederbuch): 
Ein Vroulein edel von Naturen; Der Walt hat sich entlaubet. (Schoffers Liederbuch): 
Ich kam vor Liebes Fensterlein. Perche ciascun difender; Saltarello] (werm 3:544, 
r.r. 408) PL 8120; Lyr 86 

258 Musical Hours at St. -Eustache. Chanteurs de St. -Eustache; Martin, dir. 

[VICTORIA. O vos omnes; Tantum ergo; O quam gloriosum. HANDL. Ecce quomodo. 

AICHINGER. Factus est repente. VIADANA. O sacrum convivium; Exultate justi. 

PALESTRINA. O bone Jesu. CERTON. Sancta Maria. ] (arl O 15 58) 
^__ Rondo 1004 Stereo 

} 259 Musiche profane del Rinascimento. Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, dir. 
} I f_ .',Q [CARA. S'io sedo all'ombra. MARENZIO. Quando sorge I'aurora. VECCHI. Fa una 
I L. t- i ^ canzone senza note nere. GASTOLDI. Viver lieto voglio] (sant 6:5) 

J ■• 7" 33.3rpm Amad 15062 

1260 Musiche sacre del Rinascimento. Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, dir. 
-, Q [GAFFURIO. O sacrum convivium; Sanctus. PALESTRINA, Sanctus; Benedictus. ANON. 
L^oT^ OJesu dulcissime.] (sant 6:5) 7" 33. 3rpm Amad 15061 

I ; O « « » « « « 



( re^sSiad ox^ a 5iuj2jU 12'' d^'lf) 



MUSICIENS DE LA COUR DE BOURGOGNE: Chapelle de Bourgogne Chor & Instrumental- 
ists; Eeckhout, cond. 

261 V. 1: 

[BINCHOIS (attr.). Mass. ISAAC, La Martinella (instr). CREQUILLON. Quand me 

souvient. TURNHOUT. En regardant. OCKEGHEM. Ma maitresse. FINCK. O schones 
Weib. ANON, (instr): Gepenst licht mij so vast. (Glogauer Liederbuch): Bauernschwanz; 
Das Yeger Horn; Piece] ■ OL 50104 

262 V. 2: 

[(motets): LA RUE. Salve Regina. BINCHOIS, Virgo prefulgens; Kyrie feriale. DEPRES. 
Quam pulchra es. DE CASTRO. Jubilate. BRUMEL, Mater Patris et filia, COMPERE. 
O vos omnes. ANON. Virgo gloriosissima; Vitrum nostrum, (instr): CLEMENT. Die 
Winter ist vergangen. MORLEY, Though Philomela lost her love. COMPERE. 
Garissez moi. SCHEIN. Der kuhle Maien. DEPRES. Si je perdu men SLihy. BRUMEL. 
Vray Dieu d'amour. DUFAY. Mon chier amy. GASTOLDL Musica a due voci. ANON. 
La plus grant chiere; Fantasie; Fontaine a vous dire] (werm 3:544) OL LD 81 



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263 Musik der alten Niederlander. Muziekkring Obrecht. 

[DUNSTABLE. Alma redemptoris mater. DUFAY, Franc cueur gentil. OBRECHT, 
Rompeltier; Weet ghy wat mynder jonghen herten deert. DEPRES, De tous biens 
playne] (biel N 59) 7" 45rpm Tel AW 8008 

264 Musikkunde in Beispielen. 

V. [6] [Gregorianik, Troubadours und Trouveres, Spielmannsmusik, AnfSnge der Mehr- 
stimmigkeit,' Lied, Chanson, Madrigal, Messe, Motette, Instrumentalmusik] 

V. [17] [Suite, Altklassische Sonate, Concerto. Susato, etc.] (biel N 59) (entire 

set 20 discs) 2-12" LPEM 19306, 19317 

265 Musique chorale du 13e au 16e si^cle. Quartetto Polifonico. 

[VICTORIA, O vos omnes; Tenebrae factae sunt. PALESTRINA, Ave de coelis; Hodie 
Christus natus est; Magnificat quarti toni; Popule meus; Range lingua gloriosi. ANON, 
(laude): De la crudel morte; Alleluia; Dimmi dolce Maria; Giu per la mala via; O 
cor soave] (werm 3:537) ' LL 995 

MUSIQUE D'AUTREFOIS: Chaille, cond. 

226 v, 1: XVe si^cle. 

[BINCHOIS, Triste plaisir; Deuil angoisseux. BUSNOIS. Pucelotte (instr). COMPERE. 
Ne doibt-on prendre; Che fa la Ramacina. DELAHAYE. Mort, j'apelle. DUFAY. 
Donnes I'assault; Les doleurs. CARA. Occhi miei lassi. DUNSTABLE. O rosa bella. 
GHISELIN. La Alfonsina (instr). ISAAC. Morte che fai?; La Morra (instr). TROM- 
BONCINO. Non peccando; Ostinato vo seguire. VAROTER. Voi che passate. ANON. 
Epitaphe de I'amant vert; Perla mia. (instr): Dit le Bourguignon; Tuba gallicalis; Coda 
di volpe (Glogauer Liederbuch)] CdM LDX 8180 

267 V.2: XVIe siecle. 

[CHARDAVOINE. Mignonne, aliens voir. CHASTELAIN. Je ne desire que la mort. 
TERTRE. Pavane & Galliarde. GERVAISE. Allemande; 3 bransles. LE HEURTEUR, 
Mirelaridon. LE JEUNE. Fantasie (instr). SERMISY. 11 me suffit. DOWLAND. Come 
again sweet love; Fine knacks for ladies; I saw my lady weep; Sir Henry Umpton's 
funerall (instr); King of Denmark's galliard (instr); Up, merry mates, HOLBORNE. 
(instr): Courante; Galliard; The night watch. JONES, Though your strangeness; Sweet 
Kate. PHILIPPS. Allemande "Tregian." ANON, Basse-danse; Bransle; Tourdion; 
Gentil mareschal] CdM LDX 8181 

268 Musique du Moyen Age et debut Renaissance. Collegium Musicum Krefeld; Haas, dir. 

[MACHAUT. Ma chere dame. DUFAY. Malheureux cueur. BINCHOIS. Adieu, mon 



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joileux souvenir. CARON. Tanto I'afano (instr). VIDE. Amans doubles. ISAAC. Hora 
h di maggio; Der Hund (instr). ALANUS. Mein Herz will allzeit, STOLTZER. 
Melodia terti toni (instr). RUBINUS. Der bauernschwanz (instr). ENCINA. De neustra 
Senora. LEON. Ay que non se. MONDEJAR. (instr): Sospiro; Mios fueron. GABWEL 
(MENA), A quella mora garrida. ANON. Jesu corona virginum; In seculum viellatoris; 
Virgo; Ich sachs eins mals; O lux luminis; (instr): Septimus; Estampie; Der Pfauen- 
schwanz] (disques 85:29) (Fr) Anthol Sonore LD 3012 

y-' La musique et la poesie franqaise. See no. 112 
2.S9 Netherlands Chamber Choir; de Nobel dir. ; Stam (org) 
^ [Ockeghem, Lassus, Handl, Lotti, Bach.] (issued in U.S. with Palestrina's Mlssa Brevis 

and Missa ad Fugam on 12" Epic LC 3359) 10" Phil. S-06026R 

270 Northern Consort. 

[WEELKES, Welcome sweet pleasure. CAMPION. Never weather-beaten sail. DOWLAND. 
Fine knacks for ladies. GIBBONS. The silver swan. LASSUS. O lady fair; S'io ti 
vedess'una sol. DEPRES. El grillo. Also Monteverdi] (gram D 59) 

7" 45rpm RRT 1001 
Old English Masters. Peeters (org) 

[BYRD. The bells. BULL. Laet ons met herten reyne; Vexilla regis. PHILIPS. Trio; 
/ Fantasy. Also Puroell, etc.] (werm 3:545. r. r. 375) SPL 578 

272 Old Italian Masters. Peeters (org) 
' [A. GABRIELI. Canzon arioso. PALESTRINA (attr.) Ricercar. BRIGNOLL Canzona 

francese. CAVAZZONI. Ad coenam. GUAMl. La Guamina. G. GABRIELI. Ricercare. 
^ Also Frescobaldi, etc.] (werm 3:545) PLP 586 

^73 Old Netherlands Masters. Peeters (org) 

' [CORNET. Fantasia, 8th tone. DUFAY. Alma redemptoris mater. ISAAC. Herr Gott, 

lass dich erbarmen. DEPRES. Canzona. DE MONTE. Canzona. KERCKHOVEN. 
Prelude & fugue. OBRECHT. Ein frolich Wesen. OKEGHEM. Fuga trium vocum. 
/- SWEELINCK. Fantasia in echo style. WILLAERT. Ricercare] (r.r. 380) Ren X 39 

274' L'orgue k I'or^e de I'ere Baroque. Esposito (org) 
■^ [CAVAZZONI. Ave Maris Stella. A. GABRIELI. Ricercare, 12th tone. G. GABRIELI. 

La spiritata (canzone). LUZZASCHl. Toccata, 4th tone. Also Frescobaldi, Zipoli.] 
(disques 111:548) 10" Harmonia Mundi 

25.109 
275 Parisian Songs of the XVIth Century. Vocal ensemble; Lamy, dir. 

[SERMISY. Las, je m'y plains; Dictes sans peur. PASSEREAU. Pourquoi done ne 

fringuerons nous; Sur la rous^e. JANNEQUIN. L'amour, la mort et la vie; II estoit une 
It A I fillette; Ma peine n'est pas grande. CERTON. Que n'est-elle aupres de moi. HESDIN. 
^ ' ' Plaindre I'ennui de la peine. GARDANE. O doulx regard. SANDRIN. Amour si haut. 
DE LA GROTTE. Quand je te veux reconter. RORE. Tout ce qu'on peut. COSTELEY 
7.CC>^(^* En ce beau moys. GOUDIMEL. Amour me tue. BONI. Rossignol mon mignon. 

BONNET. Mon pere et ma mere. LE JEUNE. Rossignol mon mignon; Fiere cruelle; 
Prince, la France te veut. ANON. Fretillarde amoureuse pucette.] (mil 322) 

OL 50027 
Pastourelles et bergerettes du 13e au 18e siecles. See no. 115 
2J76 Paulist Choir, Chicago 

■^ [PALESTRINA. Alma redemptoris. VICTORIA. Tantum ergo. ARCADELT. Ave Maria. 

WEELKES. Welcome sweet pleasure. MORLEY. April is in my mistress' face; Now is 
the month of maying. GIBBONS. Silver swan. Etc. ] (sch Mar 59) Efom 100 

277 "Pentecote" Maitrise de la Metropole de Rennes; Orhant, dir. 

[A. GABRIELI. Missa brevis. VIADANA. Magnificat. LE JEUNE. Ps. 138] (disques 
juil 57) SM 3323 

Petit concert of French Vocal Music. See no. 116 



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278. Pieces for Voice and Lute. (Deller (c-tnr), Dupre (lute) 

[CAMPIAN. Never weatherbeaten sail; Most sweet and pleasing; Author of light. MILANO. 
To music bent; Fantasia (lute). ANON. Miserer my maker. Also Buxtehude] 
(gram jun 57) OL 50102 

2/9 Polyphonic Masters of the XVlth Century. Gregorian Institute Choir 

[PALESTRINA. O vos omnes; Laudate Dominura. INGEGNERI. Ecce quomodo moritur. 
LASSUS. In pace, in idipsum. DEPRES. Ave vera virginitas; Mass "Ave maris Stella" 
(Kyrie). ANDREAS. Jubilate Deo. VIADANA, Cantate Domino. ] (werm 3:546, 
r.'r. 347) 10" GIA PM 1 

Polyphonic Motets of the XVIth Century. See no. 313 
V Polyphonic sacree en France. See no. 118 

280 Pre-Baroque Sacred Music. Harvard & Radcliffe Choirs; Russell, dir. 

[BYRD. Non nobis Domine. DEPRES. Veni creator spiritus. DUFAY. Magnificat octavi 
toni. INGEGNERI. O bone Jesu. LASSUS. Spiritus tuus; Auditui meo; Non avertas 
faciem; Ipsa te cogat. PALESTRINA. Magnifi(/at quarti toni. PRAETORIUS. Singet 
dem Herrn. CHANT. Veni sancte spiritus] (werm 2:260, mil 326, r.r. 347) 

10" Fest 70-202 
2^1 Le Psautier Huguenot. Maitrise de I'Oratoire du Louvre; Hornung, dir. 

[Psalm settings by Jambe de Fer, Signac, Crassot, Goudimel, Le Jeune, Sureau, de 
I'Estocart] (disques 107:225) Cot MC 20160 

282 Recorder Music of Six Centuries. Musicians' Workshop Recorder Consort. 

[NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL. Tanzlied. MACHAUT, Mes espris. LANDINI. Gran 
piant'agli occhi. DEPRES. Si je perdu mon amy. SUSATO. Suite. PRAETORIUS. 
2 dances. WILLAERT. Ricercare. BASSANO. Fantasia a 3. LASSUS. 3 fantasias. 
BYRD. Fantasia. MORLEY. 2 fantasias. DIOMEDE. Chromatic fantasia. GIBBONS. 
2 fantasias. ANON. Stantipes; Saltarello; 3 villanellas. ] (werm 3. 547) CE 1018 

283 Regensburger Domspatzen; Schrems, dir. 

[Lassus, Victoria, Lotti] (biel N 59) ' 7" 45rpm VD 610 

284 El Renacimiento EspaiToI. Pamplona Chorus; Morondo, dir. 

[VASQUEZ. Zagaleje. MORALES. Inter vestibulum. CABEZON, Cancion. GUERRERO. 
Villanesca. MORATA. Endecha. LASERNA. El cordero perdido. VICTORIA. Officium 
defunctorum] (werm 3:550) DT LPG 8738 

Renaissance and Baroque Lute and Guitar Music. Scheidt (guit) 

[NEUSIEDLER. Preambul. MILAN. Pavan. WAISSEL. Phanrasia. GRAF VON LOGI. 
Partita. DOWLAND. 2 galliards. (Capt. Digorie Piper; King of Denmark) Also 
Weiss, de Visee] (werm 3:547) BG 548 

286 Renaissance: Chants sacres et profanes. Ensemble Vocal Jouve 

[DEPRES. Ave Maria. . JANNEQUIN. Ce moys. COSTELEY.. Je voys de glissantes eaux; 
Mignonne allons voir. ANON. Belle qui tiens ma vie] (disques 68:670) 

7" 33.3rpm Due 190-C-002 

287 Renaissance Choral Music. Chorus Pro Musica of Boston; Patterson, dir. 

[BYRD. I laid me down to rest; Christe qui lux. HANDL. Lord in thy resurrection. 

JOAO IV. Crux fidelis. LASSUS. Ave verum corpus. TYE. Laudate nomen Domini. 
VICTORIA. Ave Maria; O vos Omnes; Vere languores. SWEELINCK. Hodie Christus 
natus est. ANON. Mother & maiden] (notes Mar 58) Unicorn 1025 

288 Renaissance Music for the Lute. S. Bloch (voice & lute) 

[(lute): WAISSEL. Polish dance. DOWLAND. Lachrymae pavan. FIORENTINO. Fantasia. 
NIGRINO. Passamezzo. ANON. Scotch canaries; (ed. Attaignant): Pavane; La Roque. 
f\f,X (^'^- Neusiedler): Preambul. (voice and lute): JONES. Go to bed, sweet muse. 

■' ^ NEUSIEDLER. Freundlicher Gruss. TROMBONCINO, Ben che amor. CARA. lo non 

compro. ROSSETER. When Laura smiles. ANON, (ed. Attaignant): Ces fScheux sotz; 
II me suffit; Tant que vivray; Willow, willow] 10" AL 6 



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2&9 Ronsard par les musiciens de son temps. 

[BERTRAND. Ce ris plus dous. CERTON. J'espere et crains. COSTELEY. Mignonne allons 
voir. GOUDIMEL. Certes mon oeil fut trop adventureux; Amour me tue. LE JEUNE. 
Rossignol mon mignon. JANEQUIN. Bel aubepin. LASSUS. O doux parler; Que dis-tu 
MURET. Ma petite colombelle. ROSSELLI. Je ne veux plus chanter. LE ROY. 
Demandes-tu, douce ennemie. ANON, (lute, ed. Attaignant): Haulberroys; Pavane; 
Interlude; Basse danse; Laroque; Branle de Poitou] Ensemble Vocal Blanchard. 

10" Vega C-35-A 

290 Royal Music. Elizabethan Players; Nesbitt, dir. 

*' [(viols): HENRY VIII. 3 fantasias. MARENZIO. Alas what a wretched life. DOWLAND. 

Lachrymae. ANON. Sweet Amaryllis stay, (musette & virg): JAMES 1 OF SCOTLAND, 
Duke of Rothesay's reel; Randolphes Hall; Queen Margaret's bridal ring; Because he was 
a bonny lad. BRETON. All flowers in broome. BYRD, Carman's whistle, (virg): 
COSYN. Thomas Lupoe's galliard; Packington's pounde. GIBBONS, Queenes commande. 
(songs): HENRY VIII, Pastime with good company; Though some say. ANON, O death, 
rock me to sleep] (gram D 59) (French issue has slightly different contents) 

CCL 30121; PVC 16015 

291 Sacred and Secular Songs from the Renaissance. Netherlands Chamber Choir; de Nobel, dir. 
/ [OKEGHEM. Mass "Sine nomine" (Kyrie & Gloria). DUFAY. In festis beatae Mariae 

Virginis. OBRECHT. Farce, Domine; La tortorella, DEPRES, Ave Maria, DASCANIO 
1), Ul grillo. SCHUYT, O leyda gratiosa. SWEELINCK. Madonna, con quest'occhi. 
TOLLIUS. Delia veloce sona. LASSUS, Matona mia cara] (Werm 3:548) (cf. no, 168) 

Phil N 00678R 

292 Sacred Music of the Renaissance. Vatican Choir; Refice, cond. 

''' [LASSUS. Jubilate Deo. PALESTRINA. Incipit oratio Jeremiae; Regina coeli; Super 

flumina. VIADANA, Exsultate justi. VICTORIA, Gaudent in coelis; Ave Maria; 
Tenebrae factae sunt; Animam meam] (r.r,365) MG 10063 

293' Sacred Polyphony. Harvard-Radcliffe Glee Clubs; Woodworth, dir. 

[PALESTRINA, Supplicationes; Stabat mater; Confitemini Domino; Adoramus te; 
J Benedictus & Hosanna. BYRD. lustorum animae. LASSUS. Laus tibi; Tibi gloria; Mass 
* "Oadmirabile commerciuin" (Sanctus & Hosanna)] (sch May 58) Cam 405 

Seven Centuries of Sacred Music. See no. 120 
,.^4 Shakespeare Songs and Lute Solos. Deller (c-tnr); Dupre (lute) 

[JOHNSON, Where the bee sucks; Full fathom five. MORLEY. It was a lover; O mistress 
mine. WILSON. O take those lips away. ANON. Willow song; Callinore castore me; 
Peg-a-Ramsay; Greensleeves. (lute): DOWLAND. Tarleton's resurrection. CUTTING. 
^- Var. on Walsingham. VAUTOR. Alamaine] (gram D 59) Ang 45016 

295 Sistine Chapel Choir; Bartolucci, dir. 

' [VICTORIA. Ave Maria; Tenebrae; Caligaverunt; Animam meam; Vere languores; O crux 

ave; Popule mens. ANCHIETA, Domine Jesu Christe. BINCHOIS. Ave verum. 
PALESTRINA, Improperium; Sicut cervus, LASSUS, Nos qui sumus] (hi-fi Apr 55) 

S PL 706 

296 Sistine Chapel Choir; Bartolucci, dir. 
[Palestrina, Victoria, Plainsong. From sound tracks of two Vatican films] (adv) 

CR 600 

297 Sixteenth and XVII Century Songs. French & English. Cuenod (tnr), Leeb (lute) 

[CERTON, Ps. 130. LE ROY. Ps. 50. CREQUILLON. Quand me souvient. ATTAIGNANT. 
. jQ Tant que vivray. DE VISEE. Suite en re (lute). BESARD. En quelque lieu; La voila la 

iV '>' nacelle; Beau yeux. DOWLAND. Flow my tears; 1 saw my lady weep; Fantasie (lute). 

BARTLETT. When from my love; A pretty duck there was; What thing is love. 

1) i.e. Josquin Depths 



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/ 



/ 



HLKINGTON. Rest sweet nymphs. MORLEY. It was a lover.] (French songs also on 

7" Due LAP 1021) (r.r. 410) West 18653; WL 5085 

2^8 Sixteenth Century French Madrigals and Chansons; Sixteenth Century Italian Madrigals. 
Randolph Singers. 
[P. BONNET. Francion vint. CERTON. Je le vous dirai. LASSUS. Mon coeur se 

recommande a vous; Si vous n'estes en bon point; Quand mori mari; Matona mia cara. 

COSTELEY, Mignonne, allons voir; Las! je n'irai plus. WERT. Un'jour m'en allai; 

Ah dolente partita. PASSEREAU. II est bel et bon. MARENZIO. Scendi dal paradiso. 

VECCHI. Margarita dai corai. PIZZONI. Duo degli'occhi lucenti. FRESCOBALDI. 

Fortuna per me] (r.r. 336) CHC 36 

299 Sixteenth Century Music. Robert Shaw Chorale. 

[MONTEVERDI. Lasciatemi morire. LE JEUNE. Revecy venir du printans. MORLEY. 
Agnus Dei. BYRD. Christ rising again. LASSUS. Ol^! che bon eccho. LEISRING. 
Lift up your heads. VICTORIA. O vos omnes] (r.r. 394) 10" LM 136 

300 Songs of the Renaissance. (Germany & Austria). Vienna Academy Choir; Gillesberger, dir. 

[LASSUS. Ich weiss mir ein Meidlein; Wohl kommt der May. HASSLER. Nun fanget an; 
Jungfrau, dein schon Gestalt; Tantzen und Springen. SENFL. Das GelSut zu Speyer; 
Ach Elsie in. SCANDELLI. Ein Hennlein weiss. FRANCK, Ich habs gewagt. FINCK. 
Ach herzigs Herz. LEMLIN. Der Gutzgauch. OTHMAYER. Es steht ein Lind. 
PRAETORIUS. Wach auf mit heller Stimm. LECHNER. Gott b'hute dich. ECCARD. 
Hans und Crete. VULPIUS. Hinunter est der Sonnenschein. FRIDERICI. Wir lieben 
sehr im Herzen; Einstmals das Kind Kupido] SPA 58 

Sons of St. Francis Sing. See no. 37 

301 Spanish Choral Music. Capilla Clasica Polifonica; Ribo, dir. 

[VICTORIA. Ave Maria; Jesu dulcis memoria; O magnum mysterium. MORALES. Puer 
natus est nobis. BRUDIEU. Ma voluntat amb la rao. VASQUEZ. Ya florecen los 
arboles; D'aquel pastor de la sierra; De los alamos vengo; Morenica, dame unbeso. 
ANON. Dadme albricias. Also traditional songs] (gram Jun 57) 

CX 1308; Ang 35257 

302 Spanish Court Music & Polyphonic School. Pamplona Chorus; Morondo, dir. 

[ENZINA, Songs of the palace. VICTORIA. Resp. Tenebrae factae sunt. MORALES. 
Sanctus. LASSUS. Echo. SENFL. Bells. CABEZON. Fantasia. Also Anon. ] (sch 
Jul 59) (French issue includes Morales & Cabezon, a Villanesca by Guerrero, and 2 
motets by Victoria; In elevatione corporis Christi; Respons. tenebrae factae sunt. 
10" Lum LD 2422) ML 5373; MS 6057 Stereo 

303 Spanish Music from the Court of Ferdinand & Isabella, (c. 1500). Brussels Pro Musica 

Antiqua; Cape, dir. 

[MUNOZ. Pues bien para esta. ENCINA. Ninguno cierre las puertas; Ay triste; Una sanosa 
porfia; Gasajemonos de hucia; Fata la parte; Triste Espana; Caldero y Have; Hermitano 
quiero ser; Hoy comanos y bebamus. VILCHES. Ya cantan los gallos. PONCE. De la 
resurrection. RIBERA, Por unos puertos. GABRIEL. A la caza. ANON. Calabaza, no 
se; Pase el agua; Dale si le das; Dios te salve; Desciende al valle] (mil 355, r.r. 345) 

EMS 219 
Spanish Songs, 16th and 17th Century. See no. 219 



*«««»«« 



STORIA DELLA MUSICA ITALIANA (ed Valabrega) 
304 v. 1: Various performing groups (cont. from no. 122) 

[Record 3, side 1. Polifonia profana del 1400 e 1500: VECCHI. So ben mi ch'a bon tempo. 

COPPINUS. Contrari i venti (carnival song). CORTECCLA. Di strani et vari luoghi; Hor 

chi mai cantera. ANON. Alia battaglia (canzonet); Fortune dfsperata; Siam galanti di 

Valenza (carnival song); Quel principe che regge. 

Side 2. La musica strumentale, liuto e flauti: DALZA. Tasta de corde e pavane alia 



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Veneziana (Petrucci, 1508). CREMA. Recercare sexto (Gardano, 1546). TROMBON- 
CINO. Longi dal mio bel sol (frottola). FRANCESCO DA MILANO. Fantasia no. 1 
(lute); Fantasia (2 lutes). GALILEI. Duo nel primo modo (2 flutes); Contrapunto (2 
lutes). GASTOLDI. Canzone a due voci per flauti diritti. NEGRI. Baletto e saltarello. 
CAROSO. Laura suave (balletto). ANON. Aria per liuto. ] 

[Record 4, side 1. Musiche per Organo, sec. XVI: CAVAZZONI. Jesu Redemptor 
omnium; Ave maris Stella; Ricercare IV^. A. GABRIELI. Ricercare nel VII° tono. 
MERULO. Toccata dell' undecimo detto quinto tono. G. GABRIELI. Canzone detta "La 
Spiritata." LUZZASCHI. Toccata nel quarto tono. Side 2, Musiche Strumentali da 
Concerto: S. ROSSI. Sinfonia; Gagliarda; Canzone (4 viols). INGEGNERI. Aria di 
canzon francese per sonar (4 viols). FERRABOSCO. Fantasia (4 viols). G. GABRIELI. 
Quattro canzoni per sonar (4 viols & spinet). GASTOLDI. Balletto per cantare e sonare 
(sop & 4 viols). FRANCESCO D'ANA. Quest'e quel loco amore (sop & 3 viols). 
[Record 5, side 1 (continues record 4): MONTEVERDI. De la bellezza le dovute lodi; 
Parlo miser o taccio (madrigal); Chiome d'oro (canzonet, 2 voices & instrs); Augellin 
(madrigal); Eccomi pronta ai baci (madrigal); Dolci miei sospiri; Fugge il verno dei 
dolori. Side 2: PALESTRINA. Sicut cervus; O quantus luctus; Dilectus meus; Nigra 
sum (motets); Popule meus; Sanctus & Benedictus (Missa Papae Marcelli).] 

10-12" RCA Vic LM 40 000 

305 [Record 6, side 1. La Polifonia Sacra dei Maestri di Scuola Romana: NANINI. Diffusa est 
; gratia (offertorio). ANERIO. Jerusalem surge (response); Plange quasi virgo (response). 

FRANCESCO SORIANO. Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi secundum Joannem. Side 2, 
La Polifonia Sacra. . . di Scuola Veneziana: G. GABRIELI. Jubilate Deo; In te Domine 
speravi (motets). CROCE. Percussit Saul; Buccinate; Incipit Domino (motets).] 

10-12" RCA Vic LM 40 000 

306 [Records 7-8, II Madrigale: MARENZIO. Zefiro torna; Dono Cinzia a Damone; A Roma. 
• GESUALDO. Luci serene e chiare; Dolcissima mia vita. VECCHI. Margherita dai 

' • corai. CROCE, Canzone del cucco e del rosigriolo con sentenza del Pappagallo. 

BANCHIERI. Brani dalla braci di Venezia per Padova. A. GABRIELI. Sento, sento un 
rumor; Alia battaglia. STRIGGIO. II gioco di primiera; II cicalamento delle donne ai 
bucato. MONTEVERDI. Introduzione al ballo; Volgendo il ciel; Movete al mio bel 
suon. ] 
[Records 9-10, works by PERI, CACCINI, GAGLIANO. CAVALIERI. and CARISSIMI.] 

10-12" RCA Vic LM 40 000 
««««««« 

^Qi Tientos du si^cle d'or espagnol. Castellvi (org) 

[Tientos by Cabezon, P. Vila, and Anon. ] (disputes 91:741) 7" 45rpm Due 450-C-040 

3P8' A Treasury of Madrigals. Renaissance Singers; Engel, dir. 

[LE JEUNE. Revecy venir du printans. COSTELEY. Allez. mes premieres amours. LASSUS. 
Ne vous soit etrange. BERTANI. Ch'a mi la vita. GESUALDO. Tu m'uccide o crudele. 
MONTEVERDI. Non piii guerra. BATESON, T. Sister, awake. BYRD. I tfiought that 
love had been a boy. GIBBONS. The silver swan; What is our life. GREAVES. Come 
away, sweet love. LICHFILD. I always loved to call my lady Rose. TALLIS. When 
shall my sorrowful sighing. WEELKES. To shorten winter's sadness; Hark all ye lovely 
saints. WILBYE. Down in a valley. VAUTOR. Mother, I will have a husband] 
(r.r. 326, werm 2:261) ML 4517 

309 The Triumphs of Oriana. Madrigal Guild, Washington, dir. 

[EAST. Hence stars. NORCOME. With angel's face. MUNDY. Lightly she whipped. 
E. GIBBONS, Long live fair Oriana; Round about her charret. BENNET. All creatures 
now. HILTON. Fair Oriana. MARSON. The nymphs and shepherds. CARLTON. Calm 
was the air. HOLMES. Thus Bonny-boots. NICHOLSON, Sing, shepherds all. 
TOMKINS. The fauns and satyrs. CAVENDISH. Come, gentle swains. COBBOLD. 

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With wreaths of rose. MORLEY. Arise, awake; Hard by a crystal fountain. FARMER. 
Fair nymphs. WILBYE. The lady Oriana. HUNT. Hark! did ye ever. WEELKES. As 
Vesta was from Latmos Hill. MILTON. Fair Oriana. KIRBYE. Bright Phoebus. JONES. 
Fair Oriana. USLEY. Fair Citherea. JOHNSON, Come, blessed bird. ] (mil 374, 
r.r. 372, werm 2:261) (Complete recording of the original edition) 

3-12" ML 7000/2 

310 The Triumphs of Oriana. Randolph Singers. 

[Contents identical to no. 309, with the addition of "other Oriana madrigals": BATESON. 
Hark! hear you not; When Oriana walked. CROCE. Hard by a crystal fountain (Ove tra 
I'herb). GREAVES. Long have the shepherds sung; Sweet nymphs. HLKINGTON. When 
Oriana walked. VAUTOR. Shepherds and nymphs. ] (r.r. 411) 

2-12" West WAL 212; 2225 

311 Two-hundred Years of Brass Music. Chamber Brass Players., 

[Gabrieli, Schein, Susato, etc.] (sch Jul 58) Classic 1039 

312 Vienna Choir Boys; Brenn, dir. 

[HANDL, Ascendit Deus. PALESTRINA. Salvator mundi; Super flumina. INGEGNERI. O 
bone Jesu. VICTORIA. Tenebrae factae sunt. NASCO. O salutaris hostia. ] (gram 
Apr 55) 10" Phi N-00624; 

Phi NBR 6013 

313 Vocal Polyphony from the 15th to the 17th Century. Petits Chanteurs de la Renaissance; 

Noyre & Pagot, conds. 

a. Polyphonic Motets of the XVIth Century, (separate French issue 7" Erato LDE 1001) 
[LA RUE. O salutaris hostia. LASSUS. Nos qui sumus. PALESTRINA. Ego sum panis. 
MORALES. Puer natus est. MARENZIO. O rex gloriae] (werm 3:546) 

b. French Sacred Music, (separate French issue 1" Erato LDE 1009) [WEERBECKE. Virgo 
Maria. GOUDIMEL. Ps. 133. BOUZIGNAC. Jubilate Deo. DU CAURROY. Missa pro 
defunctis: Requiem] (werm 3:540) (Items in b. , except Weerbecke, also in Histoire 
de la Musique Vocale. See no. 96) HSL 9007 

314 Wiener Kammerchor; Grossmann, dir. 

[LASSUS. Serenade du Lansquenet. HANDL. Hodie Christus natus est; Ecce quomodo. 
Etc.] (disques 42:565) Due LPG 8238 

315 William Byrd and his Age: Divers Songs for Voice and Viols. Deller (c-tnr); Wenzinger 

Consort of Viols 

[BYRD. My sweet little darling; Ye sacred muses; Lullaby; My sweet little baby; Come, 
pretty babe; Fantasia (instr). WHYTHORNE. Buy new broom. CORKINE. What 
booteth love. NICHOLSON. In a merry May morn. PARSONS. Pandolpho. Fantasias 
by Ferrabosco, Anon.] (hi-fi Jan 57) BG 557 

316 Yale Collegium Musicum; Hindemith, dir. 

v. 1: [WEELKES. O care, thou wilt despatch me; Hence care, thou art too cruel; A sparrow- 
P I h/— (3 ■ hawk proud. GESUALDO. Dolcissima mia vita; lo pur respiro. MONTEVERDI. Lagrime 

' ' d'amante. Also Bach] 

V. 2: [PEROTIN. (organum): Alleluia, nativitas gloriosae. DUFAY. Missa "Ave regina 
caelorum" (Kyrie). LASSUS. Ogni Occhio del Signer; Ah quanti gia felici (both from 
j M^\^ "Lagrime di San Pietro"); Im lant zu Wittenberg. HANDL. Mirabile mysterium. G. 

GABRIELI. Nunc dimittis; Virtute magna. PALESTRINA. Missa "Sine nomine" (Credo)] 
(mil 307; r.r. 373) 2-12" Over 4/5 

317 Zabaleta (harp) 

[MUDARRA. Fantaisie. NARBAEZ. Variations pop. CABEZON. Pavane & var. MILANO. 
Pavane. Etc.] (disques 57:378, r.r. 346) Eso 509; Cot MC 20012 



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ADDENDA 



318 Dessoff Choirs; Boepple. cond. 

[PEROTINUS. Viderunt omnes; Salvatoris hodie; Vetus abit littera; Noblilis humilis. ANON. 
Alle, psallite; Bon vin] (r.r. 337) CHS 1112 

319 Five Centuries of Choral Music. All Saints Church Male Choir, Worcester, Mass; Self, cond. 

[M. FRANCK. Father, Thy Holy Spirit send. PALESTRINA. Alma redemptoris mater. 
ROSSELLL Adoramus te. TALLIS. If ye love me. Etc.] (r.r. 309) Classic 1023 

320 Organ Music of the 16th and nth Centuries. Noehren (org) 

[CABEZON. Diferencias sobre el canto del caballero. SCHLICK. Maria zart. SWEEUNCK. 
Fantasia super ut, re, mi, fa sol, la; Mein junges Leben. SCHEIDT, Da Jesus an dem 
Kreuze stund. Also Freecobaldi, Pachelbel] (r.r. 298) AL 36 

321 Sacred Music Around the Church Year. Trapp Family Singers; Wasner, cond. 

[AICHINGER. Regina coeli. ECCARD. Resonet in laudibus. JOAO IV. Crux fidelis. 
LASSUS. Salve Regina; Surrexit pastor. PALESTRINA. O bone Jesu. ANON. O Maria 
Diana Stella. PRAETORIUS. Psallite unigenito. Also Ambrosian chant, etc.] 
(r.r. 337) CHS 1100 

322 Sixteenth Century Harpsichord Music. Kirkpatrick, (hpsi) 

[BULL, Dr. Bull's grief; Dr. Bull's myself; Praeludium. BYRD. Why do you walk the woods 
so wild? CABEZON. La galliarda milanesa; Pavana italiana. GIBBONS. Fantasia in four 
parts. SWEELINCK. Toccata & var. on "Soil es sein"] (r.r. 335) CHD 8 



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PART II 



INDEX TO ANTHOLOGIES AND 

INDIVIDUAL DISCOGRAPHIES 

BY COMPOSER 



PART II 



Discs devoted mainly to the works of one or two composers are listed here, 
immediately following the composer's name, rather than with the anthologies in Part I. 
In most cases, contents for these are indicated only by underlined numbers, which 
correspond to the list of works following the entries for the discs. The numbers not 
underlined following each title refer to the anthologies in Part I. 

Examples ; 

BYRD (p. 45) The composition "Ave Maria" (no. 2), is included in West- 
minster recording XWN 18402 (performed by the Renaissance Singers conducted by 
Howard), and also in anthology no. 230 (p. 26). "Assumpta est Maria" is included in 
the same Westminster recording, but is not found in any of the anthologies. 

LASSUS (p. 60) The recording on Unicorn 1013 by the Vienna Kammerchor 
conducted by Gillesberger contains only one composition by Lassus--the complete mass 
"Puisque j'ai perdu" (note that the word mass is not repeated before each title). Another 
complete recording of the same mass will be found in anthology no. 156 (p. 17), and an 
excerpt from it (the Benedictus) in no. 216 (p. 24). Contents of the remainder of disc 
Unicorn 1013 will be found under PALESTRINA. 

Anonymous compositions are listed at the end of this index (p. 76), arranged 
alphabetically by title. Some are also listed elsewhere in the index, under names of 
collections such as "Glogauer Liederbuch" and, in a few cases, names of manuscripts, 
e.g. "Bayeux" 1). Titles of individual plainsong compositions are not generally included 
here (see headings "Ambrosian chant, " "Gregorian chant" etc. in the main list). 

Additional information, such as the medium of performance, is not usually 
included in the index; a more detailed entry will often be found in the anthology to 
which reference is made. 

It may be found in some cases i,hat the same composition has been listed 
under two or more different titles. Since secondary sources had to be so often relied 
upon, it was obviously impossible for the compilers to establish the exact identity of 
every composition. 



1) Such entries are by no means complete, since there are undoubtedly numerous other 
anonymous pieces from these collections and manuscripts which could not be so 
identified from the information available. 



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ADAM DE LA HALLE, c a 1 23 5 - c a 1 2 8 8 

Amours et ma dame:110 Bergeronette:97 Dieu soit en cheste maison:103 Li dous regars: 
85,110 Fines amourettes: 119 Helas, il n''est mais nuns:95 Le jeu de Robin et Marion: 
90 Robin m'aime:115 Rondeaux (13):90 Tant con je vivrai:215 Virelai:85 
AGAZZARI, AGOSTINO, 1578-1640 

Dimmi donna gentile: 132 
Agincourt, Perrin d'. See PERRIN d'AGINCOURT 
AICHINGER, GREGOR, 1564-1628 

Assumpta est Maria:179 Factus est repente:258 Regina coeli: 242, 243, 245, 247, 321 
ALANUS, MAGISTER, 15th c 

Mein Herz will allzeit:268 
ALBERT, HEINRICH, 1604-1651 

Mein schones Lieb:211 O der rauhen Grausamkeit:211 
ALFONSO EL SABIO, 1252-1284 

Beneyto foi:110 Cantigas de Santa Maria:106 (11 selections). 200 (no. 96), 230 (no. 117) 
ALISON (ALLISON. ALOYSON), RICHARD, 16th-17th c 

Fyre in my meditation: 226 
AMBROSIAN CHANT 

44,97.121,321 
ANA, FRANCESCO D". 15th-16th c 

Quest'e quel loco amore:304 
ANCHIETA, JUAN DE, cal450-1523 

Domine Jesu Christe:295 
ANDREAS, 16th c 

Jubilate Deo:279 
ANERIO, FELICE, cal560-1614 

Adoramus te:213 Jerusalem surge:305 Plangi quasi virgo:305 
ANNA VON COLN, LIEDERBUCH DER 

210 
ANTIQUIS, GIOVANNI D", 16th c 

Madonna non so far tante parole: 122 
ARCADELT, JACOB, c a 1 5 1 4 - c a 1 5 6 2 

Ave Maria:276 II bianco e dolce cigno:230 Margot laboures les vignes:180 Nous voyons 
que les hommes:161 S 'infinite bellezza: 220 Voi me ponest'in foco:221, 255 Also 160 
Arimini, Vincenzo d". See VINCENZ.O DA RIMINI 
ARNAUT DANIEL, 12th c 

Chanson do: 104 
Arnold de Lantins. See LANTINS, ARNOLD DE 
ARNOLD VON BRUCK, d 1554 

Christ der ist erstanden:214 
Arras, Monio d'. See MONIO D'ARRAS 
ASOLA, GIOVANNI MATTEO, d 1609 

Adoramus te, Domine:248 Ave rex noster:250 Cantabant sancti:249 Cum autem venisset: 
250 Hoc signum crucis:249 Introduxit me:249 Lapidaverunt Stephanum:250 O alti- 
tude divitiarum:250 Omnes de Saba:249 Surge amica mea:249 Surge propera:250 
Surrexit pastor: 249 Te gloriosus apostolorum:250 Tu es Petrus:250 
ATTAINGNANT, PIERRE, ed. 

102, 130, 176, 206, 207, 208, 225, 226, 288, 289, 297 
ATTEY. JOHN, d cal640 

Greensleeves:181 Mrs. Vauxe's gigge:181 My Lady Hundson's puffe:181 On a time:181 
Orlando sleepeth:181 Sweet was the song:120,181 



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AZZAIOLO (AZZAIUOLO). FILIPPO. 16th c 
L'amanza mia:228 Come t'aggio lasciata:228 



3ANCHIERI, ADRIANO, d 1634 

Brani dalla braci di Venezia per Padova:306 II festino della sera del Giovedi Grasso:132 
lo son bella e favorita:217 La pazzia senile (excerpts):217 
3ARTLET, JOHN, fl 1606-1610 

Of all the birds:187, 195 A pretty duck there was:297 What thing is love:181, 297 When 
from my love: 297 Whither runneth my sweetheart: 166 
3ASSANO, GIOVANNI, fl 1585-1615 

Fantasia: 282 Also 144 
3ATAILLE, GABRIEL, b cal575 

Foux, taisez vous:206 Ma belle, je vous prie:206 Ma bergere non legere:206 Un jour 
que ma rebelle:206 Renee:226 
3ATESON, THOMAS, cal570-1630 

Hark! hear you not:310 Sister, awake:308 When Oriana walked:310 
5AYEUX MANUSCRIPT 

125,234,318 
SELLE, JAN VAN, 16th c 

In't groene:203 
iENET, JOHN, 15th c 
Pleni sunt coeli:120 
SENNET, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

All creatures now:195, 197, 309, 310 Thyrsis, sleepest thou?:96, 235 Weep O mine eyes: 
195.232 
lERCHEM (Jachet, 16th c?) 

Alleluia surrexit Dominus: 251 Johan de Lagny:130 O Jesu Christe:141, 253 Que feu 
craintif:130 
lERNARD DE VENTADOUR, d 1195 

Can vei la lauzeta:94, 97,100, 104, 110 La doura votz:112 Lancan vei la folha:91,.103 
Also 123 
iERTANI, LELIO, d cal600 

Ch'a mi la vita:308 
iERTRAND, ANTOINE DE, 16th c 

Beaute qui sans pareille: 139 Ce ris plus doux:180, 289 Certes mon oeil:139 Hola, Caron: 
139 Je meurs, helas:139 Mon Dieu, que ma maitresse est belle:232 Vivons, mignarde: 
139 
JESARD, JEAN-BAPTISTE, c a 1 5 6 7 - c a 1 6 2 5 

Beaux yeux:226, 297 En quelque lieu:297 La voila la nacelle:297 Lute pieces: 137 
3INCH0IS, GILLES, cal400-1460 

Adieu m'amour:96, 99 Adieu, mon joileux souvenir:268 Ave verum:295 De plus en plus: 
95.112,128,257 Deuil angoisseux:266 Filles a marier:215 Kyrie feriale:262 Mass 
(attr):261 Triste plaisir:265 Virgo prefulgens:262 
HNGEN, VON 

O virga ac diadema:224 
3LITHEMAN, WILLIAM, d 1591 

Eterne rerum conditor 111:236 Gloria tibi trinitas:193 
3LONDEL DE NESLES, 12th c 

A I'entrant d'este:85,94 
30ESSET, ANTOINE, cal585-1643 
Cruel tyran:206 



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30NI. GUILLAUME, b cal545 

Rossignol mon mignon:275 
BONNET. PIERRE, 1538-1608 

Francion vint I'autre jour:208,298 Mon pere et ma mere:275 
30RLET 

Ma tre dol rosignol:206 
3RADE, WILLIAM, 1560-1630 

Dances:177 
3RASART, JOHANNES, 15th c 

O flos flagrans:128 
3RET0N, NICHOLAS. 16th c 

All flowers in broome:290 
3RIGN0LI, GIACOMO, b cal550 

Canzona francese:272 
3ruck, Arnold von. See ARNOLD VON BRUCK 
3RUDIEU, JOAN, d 1591 

Cid. cid:165 Ma voluntat amb la rao:301 
Jrule. Gace. See GAGE BRULE 
3RUMEL, ANTOINE, c a 1 48 - c a 1 5 2 

Mater patris et filia:262 Sicut lilium:179 Vray Dleu d'amour:149, 262 
5UCHNER. HANS (JOHANNES). 1483-1538 
Schmidt (org) 

[Christ ist erstanden; Kyrie magnae Deus potentiae] (verso: Schlick) 7" DGA 37170 EPA 
Es gieng ein Mann:215 
)ULL, JOHN, d 1628 

International Congress of Organists, v. 5 

[4 canons on Miserere] 2-12" Mir 1010 

Courant:236 Dr. Bull's my selfe:166, 216. 322 Dr. Bull's grief:322 Duke of Brunswick's 
toye:166 Een kindeleen is uns geboren:238 Fantasias: 198, 238 Fantasia on a theme of 
Sweelinck:212, 238 Galliards:188, 189, 236, 238 (La Guamina) In nomine:188, 193, 194, 
252 Laet ons met herte reijne:212,238,271 Pavanes:184, 188, 238 Preludium:252,322 
Prelude & fantasy on ut mi fa sol:238 Salvator mundi:198 Salve regina:238 Vexilla 
regis:238,271 Walsingham variations: 184 Hpsi pieces:186 
5USNOIS. ANTOINE, d 1492 

Pucelotte:266 
iYRD, WILLIAM, 1542 or 43-1623 
Choral Society of London (Bath) 

38.39 Al 101; Al Elite 3005 
Fleet St. Choir (Lawrence) 

39.40 LL 888; LPS 372 



International Congress of Organists, v. 3 

32,39 
Neumeyer (hpsi) 

42,46 
Nonesuch Singers (Smith), King (org) 

40,43.47,50.51.53.54 
Pro Musica Antiqua (Cape) 

39,40 
Renaissance Singers (Campbell) 

9,11,38 
Renaissance Singers (Howard) 

39,40 



2-12" Mir 1006 



10" DGA 13026 AP 



Al 3021 



EMS 234 



RG 114 



XWN 18401 



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Renaissance Singers (Howard) 

1.2,3.4.8.20,25.26.27.28.29.30 XWN 18402 

Washington Chamber Chorus (Callaway) 

36 Vang 453 

(vocal):l. Assumpta est Maria 2. Ave Maria:230 3. Ave verum:167, 230 4. Beata virgo 
5^. Beata viscera: 247 6. Confirma hoc Deus:247 ]_. Christ rising again: 299 8. Christe 
qui lux: 287 9. Civitas sancti tui 1^. Come, pretty babe: 315 11. De Lamentatione 
12 . Dies sanctificatus:246 1^. An earthly tree:172 14. Ego sum panis:96, 235 15. 
Haec dies:216,247 16. Hey ho to the greenwood (round):166 17. I laid me down to 
rest:287 1£. I thought that love had been a boy:308 19. I will not leave you comfort- 
less:243 20. lustorum animae:213, 293 21. Lullaby:315 22. My sweet little baby:315 
23 . My sweet little darling:315 24. Non nobis Domine:280 25. O magnum mysterium: 
246 26, O sacrum convivium 27. Sacerdotes Domini 28. Salve Re gina '29. Salve 
sancta parens 30. Senex puerum portabat 31. Sing joyfully unto God: 205 32. Specie 
tua 33. This sweet and merry month:231 34. Though Amaryllis dance:232 35. Ye 
sacred muses:315 

(liturgical): 36^. Great Service 37_. Short service (Nunc dimittis):254 3£. Mass for 3 voices 
39. Mass for 4 voices 40. Mass for 5 voices 

(instr): 4]^. Almans:252, 237 42. The bells: 137, 271 43. Carman's whistle:183, 252, 290 
44. Coranto:237,252 45. Fantasias: 198, 282, 315 46. Fortune variations 47_. Grounde 
48. The King's hunt:184 49. Lord Willoby's welcome home:237 50. Miserere 51. 
Pavans & galliards: 184, 223,237 52. Preludium:184 53. Ut, re, my, fa, sol, la:193 
54. Veni creator spiritus 55. Voluntary:198 56. The wood so wild:322 Hpsi pieces:186 
BYTTERING (or G YTTERING) ,~~15 th c 

Nesciens mater: 215 
BYZANTINE CHANT 

97,111 

CABEZON, ANTONIO DE, 1510-1566 
Musique d'orgue en Espagne. Giro (org) 

2,6.7 Cot 20142 

1_. Canci6n:284 2. Diferencias sobre el canto del caballero: 135, 320 3. Fantasia:302 
4. Galliarda:322 5. Pavana:317,322 6. Tientos:223.307 7. Versets Ave Maria 
CAIMO, GIUSEPPE, cal540-1584 

Ben ragio:220 The cuckoo:220 Also 143 
CAMPION, THOMAS, 1567-1620 

Author of light:278 Care-charming sleep:194 Follow thy fair sun:159 Follow your saint: 
159 It fell on a summer's day:159 I care not for these ladies:159. 187 Jack & Joan:166 
Most sweet and pleasing:278 My love hath vowed:159 My sweetest Lesbia:159 Never 
weather-beaten sail:270.278 Shall I come sweet love:194 Though you are young:159 
Turn back you wanton flyer:15,9 When to her lute Corinna:159 
CARA, MARCO, fl 1495-1525 

Forsi che si:122 lo non compro:221, 288 Non e tempo:220, 221, 226.256 Occhi miei lassi: 
266 S'io sedo all'ombra:259 
CARLTON, RICHARD, c a 1 5 5 8 - c a 1 6 3 8 

Cahn was rhe air:309.310 
CARMEN, JOHANNES, fl 1403-1415 

Der ratten schwanz (Glogauer Liederbuch):101 
CARON, PHILIPPE, 15th c 

Tanto I'afano (Glogauer Liederbuch):268 
CAROSO, FABRITIO, b 1535 
L'aura soave:304 



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CAROUBEL, FRANCISQUE, d cal619 

Branles:138 
CASTRO, JEAN DE, 16th c 

Jubilate:262 
Cato, Diomedes. See DIOMEDES, CATO 
Caurroy, Fran9oisdu. SeeDUCAURROY 
CAVAZZONI, GIROLAMO, 16th c 

Ad coenam:272 Ave maris Stella: 274, 304 Jesu Redemptor omnium:304 Madame vous 
avez mon cuor:204 Ricercare IV:304 Also 145 
CAVENDISH, MICHAEL, cal565-1628 

Come, .gentle swains:309, 310 Down in a valley:226 
CERTON, PIERRE. cal510-1572 

J'espere et crains:289 Exultate iusti:95 Je ne I'ose dire:174, 229 Je le vous dirai:298 

Ps. 130:297 Quare fremuerijnt:95 Que n'est-elle aupres de moi:275 Sancta Maria:258 
Verba mea:95 
Chant. See AMBROSIAN, BYZANTINE, GREGORIAN, RUSSIAN CHANT. 
CHARDAVOINE, JEHAN, 1537-cal580 

Mignonne, allons voir:267 
CHARDON DE REIMS 

Chanson de croisade:94 
CHARLES D'ORLEANS 

Dieu qu'il la fait bon regarder:112 
CHASTELLAIN (CHASTELAIN), CHARLES, cal490-1578 

Je ne desire que la mort:267 
CICONIA, JOANNES, 15th c 

O rosa bella:215 Una panthera:217 
CIMELLO, THOMAS, 16th c 

Canzona villanesca:221 Gli occhi tuoi:220 
CLEMENT, JACQUES, called Clemens non Papa, d cal556 
Antwerp Collegium Musicum (Weyler) 

[Souterliedeken (Psalms)] 10" CAN 1116K 

Adoramus te:229 Aymer est ma vie:130, 206 Ic sag adieu:230 Misericorde au martyr: 
95 Puisque voulez:95, 207 Venez mes serfs: 125 Die Winter ist vergangen: 262 
COBBOLD, WILLIAM, cal559-1639 

With wreaths of rose:309,310 
Coincy, Gautier de. See GAUTIER DE COINCY 
COMPERE, LOYSET. d 1518 

Che fa la ramacina:266 Crucifige:128 Garissez moi:262 Le grant desir:206 Ne doibt-on 
prendre:266 Nous sommes de rordre:215 O vos omnes:262 Reyne du ciel:118 Vous 
me faites mourir:206 
CONSILIUM, JOANNES (JEAN CONSEIL), d 1535 

L'autre jour:116 Si de nouveau:124 
COOKE, 15th c (in Old Hall Ms.) 

109 
COOPER, JOHN (GIOVANNI COPERARIO), cal570-1627 

Fantasy:216,222 Gloria in excelsis:245 Suites:222 
COPPINUS, ALEXANDER, 16th c 

Contrari i venti:304 
CORKINE, WILLIAM, 16th-17th c 

What booteth love: 315 
CORNAGO, 15th c 

Que es mi vida:202 



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CORNET, PIETER, d 1626 

Fantasia:273 
■CORTECCIA, FRANCESCO, d 1571 

Di strani e vari luoghi:304 Hor chi mai camera: 304 
COSTELEY, GUILLAUME, 1531-1606 
Ensemble Vocal, M. Couraud 

12 Chansons: 4, 7, 8. 9, 11, 12. 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22 ' 10" Dis 325. 042 

Ensemble J. -P. Kreder. 

2,9,12,19 (with Lassus) 7" Erato LDE 1044 

1. Allez, mes premieres amours:308 2. Aliens, gay:130 3. Aliens au vert bocage:216 
4. Dessoubz le may 5. En ce beau moys:275 6. Helas! que de mal:206 ]_. Je t'aime 
8. Je vois de glissantes eaux:229,232,286 9. Las je n'irai plus:116, 298 10. Lautrier 
priay de danser:229 11. Ma douce fleur 12. Mignonne allons voir:130,..167, 208, 232, 
286,289,298 13. Noblesse git au coeur:208 14. La prise du Havre:139 1^5. Puisque ce 
beau moy. 16. Quand le berger:180 17. Quand I'ennuy 18. Quand ma maitresse 
19 . Si c'est un grand tourment 20. Toutes les nuits:124 21. Un usurier 22. Voyci la 
saison Also 163,241 
CRASSOT, RICHARD, b cal530 

Psalm(s):281 
CRECQUILLON, THOMAS, d cal557 

A vous en est:95 Alix avoit aux dents:207 L'ardent amor:95, 207 Cessez, mes yeux:95 
Je suis aime:95,^124 Plaisir n'est plus:124 Pour ung plaisir:96, 99 Puisque malheur:95, 
206 Quand me souvient:261, 297 Verbum caro factum est:244 
CREMA, GIOVANNI MARIA DA. 16th c 

Recercare sexto:304 Also 144 
CROCE, GIOVANNI, cal557-1609 

Beati eritis:249 Benedicam Dominum:249 Buccinate:305 Cantate Domino:249 Canzone 
del cucco e del rossignolo:306 Ego sum pauper:249 Exaltabo te:249 Hard by a 
crystal fountain (Ove tra rherb):310 Incipit Domino: 305 Jube, Domine, benedicere: 
142 Percussit Saul:305 
CUTTING (FRANCIS or THOMAS, 16th-17th c) 
Variations on Walsingham:294 



DALZA, JEAN-AMBROSIO, 15th-16th c 

Calata:204 Pavana:225 Ricercare:226 Tasta de corde e pavana:304 
DAMETT, THOMAS, 15th c (in Old Hall Ms) 

109 
Daniel, Playof 

117 (lament): 97 
DANYEL (DANIEL), JOHN, d 1630 

194 
Dascanio, Josquin. See DEPRES, JOSQUIN 
DAVY, RICHARD, 15th-16th c 

Timuerunt valde:215 
DEERING, RICHARD, d 1630 

Country cries: 175 The cries of London: 175 
de la Grotte, Nicolas. See GROTTE, NICOLAS DE LA 
DELAHAYE, JEAN, 15th c 

Mort, j'apelle:266 
DELAHAYE. 17th c 

138 



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de La Rue. Pierre. See LA RUE, PIERRE DE 

de la Torre, Francisco. See TORRE, FRANCISCO DE LA 

DELATRE, CLAUDE PETIT JEAN, 16th c 

Al hadden wy 45 bedden:129 
DEMANTIUS, CHRISTOPH, 1567-1643 

MSgdlein, wollt ihr nicht:171 
de Monte, Philippe. See MONTE, PHILIPPE DE 
DEMOPHON, ALEXANDEFT, 16th c 

A che son hormai conducto:216 
DEPRES, JOSQUIN. d 1521 

Berkeley Chamber Singers (Aird) 

1^ Mus Lib 7075 

Ensemble Vocal Caillard 

12 10" Era LDE 2010 

West 18836 (verso: Palestrina) 
Catawba College Choir (Weaver) (verso: Sacred Music) 

12 Mus Lib 7085 

Ensemble Vocal M. Couraud 13 Chansons Francaises 

18, 19, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33. 34, 36, 42 (2 versions of 19) 10" Dis DF 7 

Dessoff Choirs (Boepple). (verso: Lassus) 

4 CHC 47 

Ensemble Vocal- de Paris (Jouve). (verso: Lassus) 

1 10" Due 255-C-013 

Pomona College Glee Clubs (Russell) 

12 
Pro Musica Antiqua (Cape). Secular Works. 

18', 19, 20, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33', 34, 35', 37'. 38^, 44, 47 ' EMS 213 

Chanteurs' de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

7.15 AMS 4 

(motets): 1. Ave Maria:96, 99, 141, 167, 168, 286, 291 2. Ave vera virginitas:185, 279 
3. Ave verum:167, 179, 247 4. De profundis 5. In principio erat verbum:244 6. 
Miserere: 164, 129 2- Misericordias Domini: 201 8. O Domine Jesu Christe:251 9. 
Quam pulchra es:262 10- Stabat Mater: 129 U. Tribulatio et angustia:215 12. Tu 
solus: 141 13.- Veni creator spiritus:280 
(masses): 14. Ave maris stella:279 (Kyrie) l^- Hercules Dux Ferrariae:129 (Kyrie) 16. 

L'homme arme:215 (Sanctus) 17. Pange lingua 
(chansons): 18. Allegez-moy 1^. Basiez-moy 20. Bergerette savoysienne:206 21. Cueur 
langoreulx 22. De tous biene playne:263 _23. Douleur me bat 24. Faulte d'argent 
25. El grillo:183,215,220,270,291 26. L'homme arme 27. Incessament mon povre 
cueur 28. J 'ay bien cause 29. Je me complains 30. Je ne me puis tenlr:215 31. Ma 
bouche rit 32. Mille regretz:174, 180, 203, 208 33. N'esse pas un grand deplaisir 
34. Parfonds regretz 35^. Petite camusette 36. Plaine de dueil 37. La plus des plus 
38. Pour souhaitter 39. Se congie prens:129 40. Scaramella:129 41. Si je perdu 
mon amy: 262, 282 42. Tenez-moy 43. Vive le roy: 129 44. Deploration de J. 
Ockeghem (Cueurs desoles):169 
(instr): 45. Canzona:273 46. Fantazies:255 47. Fortuna d'un gran tempo Also 143, 144, 
163,224 
Dering, Richard. See DEERING, RICHARD 
de Rore, Cipriano. See RORE, CYPRIAN DE 
DIOMEDES, CATO, b cal570 
Chromatic fantasia:282 



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XWN 18429 



EMS 12 



3-12" West 18711. 
18761,18763 



Ren 27 



TW 91067 



EA 0034 



OL 50163 



Per 727 



AL 96 



DOMENICO, GIAN, d cal570 

Tri ciechi siamo:132 
DONATO (DONATI), BALDASSARE, 1548-1603 

Chi la gagliarda:122, 228 Viva sempre in ogni etate:122 
DOWLAND, JOHN, 1563-1626 

Bream (lute). Julian Bream Plays Dowland 

43, 44, 45,47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, unn amed piece 
Geneva Chamber Ensemble (Walter) 

[Lachrymae] 
Golden Age Singers (Field -Hyde) 
[Ayres, complete] 

Langstaff (bar), Chessid (hpsi) (verso: Purcell) 

10,15,16,22,27,30,32,35,39 
Lewis (ten), Bonneau (pfte) (verso: Bellman) 

6,8,12,24,26,32.37 
Oberlin (c-tnr). ladone (lute) 

4, 5, 9, 11, 12, 15, 18, 19, 23. 29. 32, 34. 36. 54. 55 
Philomusica of London (Dart) 

[Lachrymae, complete] 
Pro Musica Antique (Cape) 

[Ayres for 4 voices, v. 1] 
Robertson (tnr). S. Bloch (lute) 

1. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 11, 12. 17. 20. 21. 22, 25, 26, 28. 33. 38 
Vocal Ensemble. NCRV Hilversum (Voorberg) 

[Come holy ghost] (with Blow. Purcell) 7" CAN Z 71884 F 

(Ayres): 1^. Awake sweet love:126.190 2. Away with these self-loving lads:189 3. By a 
fountain 4. Can she excuse:187 5. Come again, sweet love:173, 194. 197, 267 
6. Come away:181 7. Come sweet love 8^. Dear, if you change 9. Far from trium- 
phing 10. Fine knacks for ladies: 181, 267, 270 11. Flow my tears:159, 297 12_. Flow 
not so fast:181 13. From the silent night:187 14. Go crystal tears:134 15. I saw my 
lady weep:126, 159, 190, 267, 297 1^. If floods of tears 17. If my complaints: 187 
18. In darkness let me dwell: 190, 199 19. Lady if you so spite 20. Me, me and none 
but me: 194 21. Now, O now:189 22. Say love, if ever 23. Shall I sue: 194, 226 
24 . A shepherd in the shade 25. Sleep wayward thoughts:216 26. Sorrow, stay:189 
27 . Sweet, stay awhile: 181 2^. Thou art returned 29. Thou mighty God 30. Toss 
not my soul 31. Up, merry mates:267 32. Weep you no more:189, 196 33. What if 
I never speed: 194 34. When David's life 35. When Phoebus first 36. When the poor 
cripple 37. Whoever thinks 38. Wilt thou unkind: 194 39. Woeful heart 
(instr): 40. Allemande:225 41. Dowland's adew:181 42. Fantasie:297 43. Farewell 
44. Forlorn hope: 181 45. Melancholy galliard:181 46. Galliard "Capt. Digorie Piper": 
285 47. Galliard "King of Denmark":225, 267, 285 48. Galliard "Queen Elizabeth":181 
49 . Heartes ease:181 50. Mrs. Vaux's gigge 5^. Mrs. White's nothinge 52. My Lady 
Hunsdon's puffe:187 53. Orlando sleepeth: 181 54. Lachrimae Pavan:288, 290 55. 
Pavan "Semper Dowland":225 56. Pavan (unspec.):177 57. Sir Henry Umpton's 
funerall:267 58. Tarleton's resurrection:294 
DOWLAND, ROBERT, cal586-1641 

Volte & co6anto:226 
DU CAURROY, FRANCOIS EUSTACHE. 1549-1609 
Chanteurs de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

[Requiem] Era 3056 

Requiem: 96, 313 Fantaisie:207 



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DUFAY, GUILLAUME, d 1474 
Ambrosian Singers (Stevens) 

21 OL 50069 
Ensemble Vocal Blanchard 

22 Dec 320-C-108 
Ensemble Vocal Caillard. (verso: Langlais) 

24 LDE 3023; Haydn 9008 

Dessoff Choirs & instrumental ensemble (Boepple, Chabay) 

4,6,10.12,14.16. 18.27,29.39.50 Bach 582; 5008 Stereo 

Pro Musica Antiqua (Cape) 

26. 28\ 29. 30. 31. 36. 37, 38\ 39, 44\ 45, 47, 48 ^ LD 025; EMS 206 

St. Antoine Choir (Stevens) 

21 10" OL LD 75 

(sacred):!. Alma redemptoris Mater:87, 120, 146, 273 2. Ave Regina:102, 215 3. Flos 

florum:146, 257 4. Gloria ad modum 5. Gloria in excelsis: 230, 247 6. Hostis Herodies: 
102 7. In festis Beatae Mariae Virginis:183,291 8. In festo Pentecostes:146 9. In 
tempore passionis:146 1£. Iste confessor 11. Magnificat octavi toni:280 12. Pange 
lingua 1£. Salve que fama:87 14. Salve Regina 15. Salvete flores:172 16. Sanctus 
papale 17. Veni creator spiritus:257 18. Vergine bella:102, 120, 146, 255 19. Vexilla 
Regis 2 liturgical pieces:25.5 

(masses): 20. Ave regina caeIorum:316 (Kyrie) 21. Caput 22. L'homme arme 23. Se la 
face ay pale:87 (Kyrie), 96 (Kyrie), 99 (Kyrie) 24. Sine nomine Unspec. Kyrie:141 

(secular): 25.- Adieu ces bon vins: 125 26. Adieu m'amour:87 27. Aurea luce 28. La belle 
se siet:101 29. Bon jour, bon mois, bon an:255 30. Ce jour de I'an 31. Ce moys de 
May:101 32. Craindre vols vueil: 256 33. Les doleurs:266 34. Donnes l'assault:266 
35. Franc cueur gentil:263 36. He! compaignons 32. J'atendray 38. Je donne a tous 
39 . Je languis 40. Je ne vis oncques:256 41. Jour s'endort:95 42. Malheureux cueur: 
268. _43. Mon chier amy:262 44. Mon cuer me fait 45. Par droit je puis bien 46. 
Pour I'amour de ma douce amye:215 47. Pourrai j'avoir:256 48. Resvelons-nous, 
amoureux 49. Se la face ay pale:257 50. Vostre bruit 
DULOT, FRANCOIS, 16th c 

Longtemps y a: 124 
DUNSTABLE, JOHN, cal370-1453 

Alma redemptoris mater: 263 Ave Regina: 148 O rosa bella:148, 215, 266 Quam pulchra es: 
148,247 Sancta Maria: 93, 148 Sancta Dei genitrix:148 Speciosa facta es: 148 



EAST, THOMAS, c a 1 540 - c a 1 6 8 

Hence stars:309, 310 How merrily we live: 197 
ECCARD, JOHANNES, 1553-1611 
Kantorei Barmen-Gemarke (Kahlhofer) 

[Zu dieser osterlichen Zeit] (with Vulpius, Praetorius, (q. v.); Ebeling) 

7" CAN T 72090 
Windsbacher Knabenchor (Thamm) 

[Herr Christe tu mir geben; O Freude Uber Freudj Ubers Gebirg Maria geht] 

7" CAN T 71695 
Hans und Grete:300 Resonet in laudibus:321 
EDWARDS, RICHARD, cal523-1566 

In going to my naked bed:195 When griping griefs:193, 195- 
ENCINA (ENZINA), JUAN DEL, 1469-1534 

A quiem debo:165 Amor con fortuna: 256 Ay triste:165, 303 Caldero y llave:303 De 
neustra senora:268 Fata la parte:303 Gasajemonos de hucia:303 Hermitano quiero ser: 



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303 Hoy comanos y bebamos:303 Ninguno cierre las puertas:303 Que es de ti des 
consolado:165 Una sanosa porfia:303 Songs of the palace: 302 Triste Espana:303 

Epinal, Gautier d". See GAUTIER D'EPINAL 

ESCOBAR (probably Pedro, early 16th c) 
Corazun triste: 257 

Escurel, Jehannot de 1". See L'ESCUREL, JEHANNOT DE 

Este. Thomas. See EAST, THOMAS 

Estocart, Pascal de 1'. See L'ESTOCART, PASCAL DE 



Faidit, Guacelm. See FAYDIT. GAUCELM 
FANELLO, GIOVANNI BERNARDINO, 16th c 

Ardo per voi Madonna:122 
FARMER, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Fairnymphs:309,310 Fair Phyllis:196, 197, 232 
FARNABY, GILES, c a 1 5 64 - c a 1 6 
Oriana Singers (Hobbs), Winogron (virg) 

2, 3, 4, 5, 7^ 10\ 13^ 14, 16', 17^ 20. 24, 25, 31 ^ EMS 5 

1. A dream: 166 2. Among the daffodillies 3. Ay me, poor heart 4. Construe my 

meaning 5. The curtain drawn 6. Fantasia:252 7. Galiarda:239 8. His conceit:239 
9. His dreams: 189, 239 10. His humor:216, 236 11. His reste:239 12. His toye:239 
13. Lachrimae pavan 14. Lady, the silly flea 15. Loth to depart: 235, 239 16. Mai 
Sims 17. Maske:239 (Lord Zouche's) 18. Meridian alman:239 19. Muscadin:239 
20. My lady's coloured cheeks _21. The new sa-hoo:137, 239 22. Old Spagnoletta:239 
23. Rosasolis:239 24. Simkin said that sis was fair 25. Some time she would 26. 
Spagnioletta:239 27. Tell me. Daphne:239 28. Tower Hill:189, 239, 252 29. A toye: 
137.252 30. Up tails all: 187 31. Woodycock:184 Also 186 
FARNABY, RICHARD 

Fayne would I wedd:188, 189 
FARRANT, RICHARD, cal530-1580 

Call to remembrance:167, 173 Hide not thou thy face: 167 Lord, for thy tender mercy 
(attr. , probably by Hilton):192 Pavan:177 
FAYDIT, GAUCELM, b call50 

Planh sur la mort de Richard Coeur de Lion:112 
FAYRFAX, ROBERT, d 1521 

Magnificat (excerpts):215 O lux beata trinitas:254 
FELIS, STEFANO, c a 1 5 5 - c a 1 6 3 

Scacchier e diventato lo mio core: 122 
FERRABOSCO, ALFONSO II, cal575-1628 

Come my Celia:199 Fantasia:304, 315 Pavan:177 So leave off: 199 
FESTA, CONSTANZO. d 1545 

Amor che mi consigli:217 Also 306 
FEVIN, ANTOINE DE, d 1515 

Descende in hortum meum:179 Mass "Mente tota" (Agnus):118 
FINCK, HEINRICH, 1445-1527 

Ach herzig's Herz:127, 131. 300 O schones Weib:261 Wach auf:131 
FIORENTINO, 16th c 

Fantasia:219,288 
FOLZ, HANS, 16th c 

Kettenton:211 
FORD, THOMAS, cal580-1648 

Fair sweet, cruel: 190 Since first I saw your face:197 



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Francesco d'Ana. See ANA, FRANCESCO D' 
FRANCESCO DA MILANO b cal490 

Fantasia:226,278,304 Pavane:317 To music bent:278 Also 304 
FRANCISQUE. ANTOINE, cal565-1605 

Dances: 225 
FRANCK, MELCHIOR, d 1639 

Father thy holy spirit send:319 Ich habs gewagt:300 Pavana:136 
FRAUENLOB, (HEINRICH VON MEISSEN) d 1318 

Ey ich sach in den trone:97 
FRIDERICI, DANIEL, d 1638 

Einstmals das Kind Kupid:300 Wir lieben sehr im Herzen:171, 300 
FROISSART, JEAN, c a 1 3 3 7 - c a 1 4 1 

Mon coeur s'ebat:112 
FUENLLANA, MIGUEL DE, 16th c 

Paseabase el Rey moro:134 



GABRIEL (or MENA), 15th-16th c 

A la caza:303 A quella mora garrida:268 No so yo quien la descubre:256 
GABRIELI, ANDREA, cal510-15.86 
Brass Choir (Schuman) 

1,9,22 (with G. Gabrieli; Pezold) S PL 526 

Capella di Treviso (d'Alessi) 

2,16,18 Vox 8370 

de Dona (org) 

7,11,21,22,24 (with G. Gabrieli) PL 8470 

French Navy Band 

4 7" Due 190-C-005 

Vienna State Opera Brass Ens (Stone) 

4 (with G. Gabrieli) West 18887; 14081 stereo 

1. Agnus Dei a 2 2. Angelas ad pastores 3. Annunciate inter genres (a 5):250 4. Aria 
della battaglia. (1590):306 5. Bonum est confiteri:248 6. Cantate Domino: 248 7. 
Canzon arioso (1596):272 8. Cor meum:250 9. De profundis (a 6) 10^. Egredimini et 
videte (a 8, 1578):248 U. Fantasia allegra XX toni (1596) 12. Filiae Jerusalem 
(a 4, 1576):250 12a . Forestier inamorao:122 13. In decachordo psalterio:250 14. 
Maria Magdalena (a 7, 1578):250 15. Missa Brevis:46, 277 16. Mass "Pater peccavi": 
248 (Sanctu$,Benedictus) 17^. O sacrum convivium (a 4, 1576):248 1£. Pater peccavi 
(motet) 19^. Pour ung plaisir (after Crequillon):99 20. Ricercar ariosa no. 1 (1605):216 
21. Ricercar V toni 21a. Ricercar nel VII tono:304 22. Ricercar XII toni (a 4, 1589): 
274 23. Sacerdos et pontifex:142,250 23a . Sento, sento un rumor:306 24. Toccata 
X toni (1593) Also 145, 220, 311, 305 
GABRIELI, GIOVANNI 1557-1612 1) 
Albert, orch 

[Canzoni for orchestra: Symphoniae Sacrae 1 & 3] West 18903 

Brass ensemble (Schuman) 

[Canzona a 6 (1615); Canzona VII toni no. 1 (1597)] (with A. Gabrieli, Pezold) 

Per 526 



1) It was found impossible to Identify precisely the compositions of G. Gabrieli, especially the 
canzonas, from the sources available, since some give only the mode, others the year, etc. 
For this reason the contents of each disc is given in whatever way it was cited in the source. 



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Capella di Treviso (d'Alessi) 

[Ego dixi Domine (a 7); Inclina Domine (a 6); O magnum mysterium (a 8); Benedixisti 
Domine (a 7); Beata es Virgo Maria (a 6); Cantate Domino (a 6); Domine exaudi (a 10); 
Exaudi Deus (a 7); Magnificat (a 8); Miserere mei (a 6); O quam suavis (a 7); Sancta 
Maria (a 7)] Vox 8830 

M. Casadesus Ensemble 

[Canzoni] . XWN 18130 

Chor der St. Hedwigs Kathedrale, Berlin (Forsier) 

[Jubilate Deo] (with Palestrina) 7" Elec EPE 41012 

de Dona (org) 

Pntonazione e ricercare; Canzon "La spiritata", 1608; Fantasia VI toni; Fuga IX toni; 
Fantasia IV toni; Ricercare; Ricercare VII toni (1593); Ricercare VIII toni (1595)] (with 
A. Gabrieli) PL 8470- 

Gabrieli Festival Choir & Orchestra (Appia) 

[Sancta et immaculata Virginitas (1597); O magnum mysterium (1587); Nunc dimittis (1597); 
Angelus ad pastores (1587); O Jesu mi dulcissime (1615); Exaudi Deus (1597); Hodie com- 
pleti sunt (1615); O Domine Jesu Christe (1597); Canzona quarti toni (1597); Inclina 
Domine (1587)] Bach 581; 5004 Stereo 

Harvard & Radcliffe Choirs (Woodworth) 

[in ecclesiis (1615); Benedictus (1597); O Jesu mi dulcissime (1615); Jubilate Deo (a 8, 1597)] 

CRS 201 
I Musici 

[Canzon in echo XII toni] Angel D35088 

New York Brass Ensemble (Baron) 

[Canzoni: Per sonar a 5; per sonar a 4 (nos. 2 & 4); "La spiritata"; VII toni; IX toni. 
Sonata piano e fort] Eso 503 

Orchestra Angelicum (Lupi) 

[4 canzoni per sonar a quattro] Angel 961 

Quatetto Italiano 

[Canzoni per sonar a 4 (nos. 1 & 4)] ( Early Italian Music, v. 2) Angel 45002 

Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (MUnchinger) 

[Canzoni for double string orchestra] (with Telemann) LS 686 

Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (MUnchinger) 

[Canzona no. 1; Sonata plan e fort] 7" Dec AW 8503 

Vienna State Opera Orchestral Brass Ensemble (Stone) 

[Canzon in echo XII toni; Canzona VII toni (nos. 1 & 2); Sonata VIII toni; Sonata pian e 
forte)] (with A. Gabrieli) West 18887; 

14081 stereo 
Beata es virga Maria:142 Canzona "La spiritata":274, 304 4 canzoni per sonar:304 In eccle- 
siis:216 In te Domine speravi:305 Jubilate Deo:305 Nunc dimittis:316 Ricercar:135, 
272 Sancta Maria:248 Sonata pian e forte: 136 Virtute magna:316 Also 142, MS, 241 
GACE BRULE, d cal220 

Cil qui d'amor:94, 104 Je ne puis pas:97 ' - 

GAFFURIO (GAFORI), FRANCHINO, 1451-1522 

O sacrum convivium:260 Sanctus:260 
GAGLIANO, MARCO DA, d 1642 

Valli profonde:219 
GALILEI, VINCENZO, d 1591 

Duo (2 flutes):304 Contrapunto (2 lutes):304 Passametzo e saltarello:226 Also 144 
Gallus, Jacobus. See HANDL, JACOB 
GANASSI, SYLVESTRO DI , 16th c 
Ricercar:204 



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GARDANO, ANTONIO (ANTHOINE GARDANE), d cal569 

O doulx regard: 275 
GARNIER, 16th c 

Resveillez-nioi:130 
GARSI, SANTINO, DA PARMA, d 1604 
Gerwig (lute) (verso: Neusiedler) 

[8 airs] . 10" DGA 13031 AP 

GARZO 

Altissima luce:100 
GASTOLDI, GIOVANNI GIACOMO, 16th-17th c 

Balletti:154, 304 Canzone a due voci per flauti diritti:304 In dir ist Freude:209 Musica a 
due voci: 262 Viver lieto voglio:259 
GAUTIER DE CHATILLON 

Ver pacis aperit:119 
GAUTIER DE COINCY, call77-1236 

Ma viele:94,226 
GAUTIER D'EPINAL, 12th c 

Commencemens de dolce saison:104 
GENTIAN, 16th c 

La loi d'honneur:130 
GERLE, HANS, d 1570 

Es flog ein kleines Vogelein:210 
GERVAISE, CLAUDE, 16th c 

AIIemande:207,267 Branle:207, 267 Dances:98, 176, 178 
GESUALDO, CARLO, PRINCIPE DI VENOSA, cal560-1613 
Craft (cond) Madrigals and Sacred Music 

v. 1: 9. 11, 12, 18, 28, 37, 38, 41, 48, 49, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58 ML 5234 

v. 2: 4, 13, 14, 15, 19. 24, 26, 29, 32, 36, 40. 43, 45, 46, 51, 56, 57 , Gailliarda seconda & ottava, 
Sinfonia a 4 ML 5341: MS 6048 

Stereo 
Singers of Ferrara (Craft). Aldous Huxley presents Madrigals of Gesualdo. v. 1 

2. 6, 8. 9, 10, 20, 21, 26, 27, 30, 39, 40, 42, 46, 50, 56 Sunset LP 600 

Randolph Singers. Italian Madrigals (verso:Monteverdi) 

17,22,23.29,30,35.36,39 WL 5171: West 18652 

Randolph Singers (verso: Frescobaldi) 

1,2.3.5, 16,21,25,27,31,33,34,44.47 XWN 18812 

(madrigals): 1^. Ahi! bella si 2. Ahi! gia n:ii discoloro:218 3. Ahi ! troppo saggia 4. 
All'ombra degli allori 5. Amor ti chiam 6_. Ancide sol la morta 7. Ancor che per 
amarti 8. Arde il mio cor 9. Ardita Zanzaretta 10. Ardo per te 11. Asciugate i 
begli occhi 12. Belta poi che t'assenii 13. Chiaro risplender 14. Come vini cor mio 
15. Cor mio & Dunque non m'offendete 16^. Da qual sfera 17. Danzan le ninfe 18^. 
Deh! comeiin van sospiro 19. Deh coprite 20. Dolcissima mia vita:151. 227, 306, 316 
21. Ecce mGriro:151, 218 22. Et ardo e vivo 23. Felice primavera 24. Felicissimo 
sonno 25. Fortunata per me 26. Gi^ piansi nel dolore 27^. In van dunque:218 28. 
lo parto 29. lo pur respiro:316 30. lo tacer6:151, 218 3j^. Itene o miei sospiri:151 
32. Languisce al fin 33. Luci serene:151,227. 306 34. Mentre madonna 35. Meravig- 
lia d'amore 36. Merce! grido piangendo 37. Mille volte 38. Moro e mentre sospiro 
39 . Moro lasso:133, 151 40. Non t'amo 41. O dolce mio tesoro 42. O dolorosa gioia 
43 . Or che in gioia 44. Perche spess a veder 45. Psalmi delle complete 46. Resta di 
darmi noia 47. Se la doglia 48. Se la mia morte 49. S'io non miro 50. Sparge la 
morte 51. T'amo mia vita 52. Tu m'uccide o crudele:308 53. Tu piangi 



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(sacred); 54. Aestimatus sum 55. Illuminos nos 56. O crux benedicta 57. O vox omnes 
58. Tristis est anima mea Also 143,306 
GHIRARDELLUS DE FLORENTIA (GHIRARDELLO DA FIRENZE), 14th c 

Teste che ralba:86, 122, 146 
GHISELIN, JEAN, 15th-16th c 

La Alfonsina:266 
GIBBONS, ELLIS, 1573-1603 

Long live fair Oriana:309, 310 Round about her charret:309, 310 
GIBBONS, ORLANDO, 1583-1625 
King's College Choir (Ord) 

1,6,7,8,10,11, 16 (Magnificat & Nunc dimittis), 31 (nes. 1-3), First Preces, Song 44 

RG 80; XWN 18165 
King's College Choir; Jacobean Ensemble (Dart) 

3,4.5,13,14,17.31 RG 151; ZRG 5151 

Stereo 
New Music String Quartet 

22 (1 & 2) Bartok 913 

(anthems): 1. Almighty and everlasting God:158 2. Behold thou hast made:216 3. First 
song of Moses ^4. Glorious and powerful God 5. Great King of Gods 6. Hosanna to the 
son of David: 246 !_. O clap your hands 8. O God the king of glory 9. O Lord, I lift 
my heart: 158 10_. O Lord in thy wrath 11_. O Lord increase my faith:158 12. O my 
love:158 13. See see the Word is incarnate 14. This is the record of John:158, 172 
15. Thus angels sung: 158 16. Short service: 167 (Magnificat & Nunc dimittis) 17. 
Second service Nunc dimittis (unspecified):205 
(madrigals): 18_. The cries of London:158 19. The silver swan: 158, 173, 196, 231, 232, 270, 

276, 308 20. What is our life:158. 199, 308 
(instr): 21. Almains:239 22. Fantasias:98, 158, 184, 198,216, 236, 239, 282, 322 23. French 
ayre:239 24. GaIIiards:222,239 25. In nomine: 198 26. Italian ground: 239 27. The 
King's Juell:216 28. Pavan & Galliard "Lord Salisbury":184, 189, 252 29. Preludium: 
239 30. Queenes commande:290 31. Voluntaries (org) 32. Welcome home (maske): 
239 33. The wood so wilde:239 Recorder pieces: 98 
Gines de Morata. See MORATA, GINES DE 

GIOVANNI DA CASCIA (GIOVANNI DA FIRENZE, JOHANNES DE FLORENTIA), 
14th c 

lo son un pellegrin:86, 89, 122, 217, 256 Nascoso el viso stava:146 Nel mezzo a sei paon: 
215 Per, larghi prati:89 
GLOGAUER LIEDERBUCH, 15th c 

ANON. Elselein:147 All voll:147 Christ der ist erstanden: 147, 214, 255 Du Lenze gut: 
147 Ich bins erfreut: 147, 256, 257 Ich sachs einsmals:131, 256. 257, 268 Die katzen ^ 
pfote:148 O plasmator:147 "Der neue bauern schwanz:257 Der pfauen schwanz:147, 
268 Probitate eminentem:147 Seh in mein herz:147 Das jager horn:261 Der fuchs 
.schwans:266 Piece:261 CARON. Tanto rafano:268 CARMEN. Der ratten schwanz: 
101 OCKEGHEM. Ma bouche rit:148 RUBINUS. Bauernschwanz:215, 261. 268 
GODARD, 16th c 

163 
GODRIC, SAINT, d 1170 

St. Godric songs: 108 
GOMBERT, NICOLAS. 16th c 

Confitemini Domine:120. En aultre avoir:174 In Festis B. V. M. :120 Quand je suis auprez 
de ma mye:207 Souffrir me convient:207 
GOMOLKA, MICOLAJ, cal539-1609 
Psalm 77:134 



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GORZANIS(cfMorzanis) 

La dura partita: 225 Also 304 
GOUDIMEL, CLAUDE, d 1572 

Amour me tue:275,289 Certes mon oeil:289 II me semble que la journee:207 Ps. 1:139 
Ps. 19:130 Ps. 25:130 Ps. 65:139 . Ps. 68:139 Ps. 130:139 Ps. 133:96,313 
Unspec. psalms:281 
GREAVES, THOMAS, 16th-17th c 

Come away, sweet love:216, 231, 308 Long have the shepherds sung:310 Sweet nymphs: 
310 
GREGORIAN CHANT 

1-84.85,96,97,99,117,121,123,160,170,172,246,264,280,296 
GREITER, MATTHIAS, d 1550 

Ich stund an einem Morgen:255 
GROSSIN DE PARIS, 15th c 

Va-t'ent, souspier:128 
GROTTE, NICOLAS DE LA, 16th c 

Je suis amour:130 Quand ce beau printemps:116 Quand je te veux reconter:275 
GUAMl 

La Guamina:272 
GUERRERO, FRANCISCO, 1527-1599 

Si tu penas:165 Villanesca:284, 302 
GUILLAUME D'AMIENS, 13th c 

Dances: 90 
Guillaume Le Heurteur. See LE HEURTEUR, GUILLAUME 
GUIOT DE DIJON, 12th c 

Chanterai por mon coraige:97 
GUIRAUT DE BORNELH, 12th c 

Reis glorios:94, 104 Also 123 
GUIRAUT RIQUIER, d 1292 

Aisi com es sobronrada:94 Pies de tristor:104 Pus sabers:91 Also 123 
Gyttering. See BYTTERING 



Halle, Adam de la. See ADAM DE LA HALLE 
HANDL, JACOB (JACOBUS GALLUS), 1550-1591 
Vienna Akademie Kammerchor (Grossmann) 

1,2,4,5,6.8,9,10,12,13 (verso: Palestrina) (also issued on WL 5347, with Isaac) 

West 18632 
1. Adoramus te 2. Ascendit Deus:312 3. Ascendo ad Patrem 4. De Sancte Michaele 
5. Diffusa est gratia 6. Ecce quomodo moritur:258, 314 7. Haec dies:240, 251 
8^. Hodie Christus natus est:314 9^. Jerusalem gaude 10^. Laetantur coeli 11^. Lord in 
thy resurrection:287 1^. Mirabile mysterium:216, 316 1£. Pater noster:182 14. 
Resonet in laudibus:172.173,246 15. Zwei der Seraphim: 182 Also 269 
HASSLER, HANS LEO, 1564-1612 

Biaser der Westfaiischen Kantorei (Ehmann) 

[Intraden zu 6 Stimmen aus dem Lustgarten] (verso: Praetorius) 7" CAN T 72455 F 

Ach Herr, lass dein' lieb Engelein:218 Ach weh des Leiden:153 Ad Dominum cum 
tribularer:201 Agnus Dei:173. Cantate Domino:182, 185, 229 Dixit Maria: 185 Et 
incarnatus est:240 Fahr hin, guts Liedelein:153 Feinslieb:153 Galliard:210 Das Herz 
tut mir aufspringen:153 Ich brinn and bin entzundt:153 Ihr musici, frisch auf:153 
Im kilhlen Maien:153 Jungfrau, dein schbn gestalt:127, 153, 300 Luce negrocchi:230 
Missa secunda:185 Nun fanget an:153, 300 Tantzen und springen:153, 173, 300 Verbum 
caro:224 Wenn mein StQndlein:131 

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HENRY VIII, KING OF ENGLAND, 1491-1547 

290 
HESDIN, PIERRE, 16th c 

Plaindre I'ennui de la peine:275 
HILTON, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Fair Oriana:309, 310 
HILTON. JOHN, 1599-1657 

166,192 
HOFHAIMER, PAUL, 1459-1537 
Hager (org) (verso: Muff at) 

[O dulcis Maria; Salve regina] 7" Phi 402 148 NE 

Greiner zauner:255 
HOLBORNE, ANTHONY. 1565-1602 

Courante:267 Galliard:267 The funerals:177 Hey-ho holliday:177 The honeysuckle 
(galliard);177 The night watch: 267 

HOLMES, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Thus Bonny-boots:309, 310 
HOOPER, EDMUND, cal553-1621 

Alman:236 
HUME, TOBIAS, d 1645 

Galliard:222 Lamentation: 222 
HUNT, THOMAS, fl 1600 

Hark! did ye ever:309,310 



INGEGNERI, MARC ANTONIO, cal545-1592 
Aachener Domsingknaben (Rehmann) 

[Resp. : Ecce vidimus eum] (with Palestrina) 7" DGA 37125 EPA 

Aria di canzon francese:304 Ecce quomodo moritur:279 O bone Jesu:230, 280, 312 
O Domine Jesu Christe:249 Tenebrae factae sunt: 228, 243, 247 
ISAAC, HEINRICH, cal450-1517 
Aachener Domchor (Rehmann) 

[Proprium missae in Dominica Laetare] 7" DGA 37094 EPA 

Renaissance Chorus (Brown) (verso: see no. 201) 

[Motets from Choralis Constantinus, Bk. 3] ES 546 

Vienna Akademie Kammerchor (Grossman) 

[Missa Carminum] West 5215; 18633 

Vienna Akademie Kammerchor (Grossmann) 

[Ami souffree; Es wolt ein Madlein; Greiner, Zanker; Ich stand an einem Morgen; Innsbruck, 
ich muss dich lassen; Jubilate; Mein Freud allein; Mein Lieb war jung; Zwischen Berg und 
tiefem Thai] (verso: Handl) WL 5347 

Christus is opgestanden:129 Donna di dentro:204 Et qui la dira:149 Fortuna desperata:255 
Helas, que denera:128,256 Herr Gott, lass dich erbarmen: 273 Hora e di maggio:268 
Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen:127, 129. 210, 211, 215 Der Hund:255, 256, 268 La la 
ho h6:215 La mi la sol:204 La Martinella:261 La Morra:266 Morte che fai?:266 
Palle, Palle:204 Tmeiskin was jonck:129 Vergangen ist mir Gluck:174 Other instr 
pieces: 98, 215 



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JACOPO DA BOLOGNA, 14th c 

Fenice fu:86,89.146 Non al so amante:122 Uselletto selvaggio:217 Also 122,256 
JACOPONE DA TODI, c a 1 228 - c a 1 3 6 

Troppo perde'l tempo: 100 
JACOTIN (pseud of Jacob Godebrie), d 1529 

Je suis ddsherit^e:174 
JAMBE DE FER, PHILIBERT, d 1572 

Psalm(s):281 
JAMES I, KING OF SCOTLAND, 1394-1437 

290 
JANEQUIN, CLEMENT, c a 1 4 9 5 - c a 1 5 6 
Ensemble Vocal Caillard 

8.10,11,12, 14.19.22,31.32 10" Era 42. 041 

Ensemble Vocal S. Caillat 

3,7.17,23.31.35,37,41,43,44,45.46 10" Dec 133723 

Ensemble Vocal M. Couraud 

1.2.6,7.12,13.18,20.24.26.33,38.39.40 10" Dis DF 12 

Ensemble Vocal J. -P. Kreder 

15.42 ' 7" Erato LDE 1053 

Ensemble Vocal J. -P. Kreder 

9.14.16,19 10" Due 255-C-041 

Chanteurs Traditionnels de Paris (M. Honegger) 

19,28 10" SM-33-36 

1. A ce joly moys 2. L'amour, la mort et la vie:275 3. Assouvy suis 4. Au joly 
bois:174 5. Au joly jeu:130, 154, 169 6. Au premier jour 7. Au vert boys 8. Bel 
aubepin:289 9. Le caquet des femmes 10. Ce faux amour 11. Ce moys de may: 
130,208,286 12. Ce sont gallans:96. 206 13. Chant de l'alouette:180, 206 14. Chant 
des oyseaux:130. 154. 206,208 15. La chasse 16^. Les cris de Paris 17. De ta bouche 
18 . Du beau tetin 19. La guerre: 154 20. Helas, mon Dieu 21^. II estoit une 
fillette:275 22. II s'en va 23. Je ne fus jamais si aise 24. Je suys a vous 25. 
Laissez cela:112 26. Las! povre coeur:154 27. Ma peine n'est pas grande:154, 275 
28. Mass "La bataille":242 (Benedictus) 29. O cruaute:124 30. Or. viens ca:206 
31 . Ouvrez-moi I'huis 32_. Par fin depit 33. Petit jardin 34. Petite nymphe folatre: 
112.154 35. La plus belle de la ville: 167 36. Plut a Dieu:180 37. Pourquoi tournez- 
vous 38. Puisque mon coeur 39. Quand j'ay ete 40. Quand je boys 4^. Qu'est-ce 
d'amour 42. Le rossignol 43. Si Dieu voulait 44. Toutes les nuits 45. Tu as tout 
seul 46. Vents hardis 
JAUFRE RU DEL, 12th c 

Amor de lonh: 118 Can lo rieus:100 Lanquand li jorn:91, 94. 100 No sap chantar:94 
Also 123 
Jehannot de I'Escurel. See L'ESCUREL, JEHANNOT DE 
JENKINS, JOHN, 1592-1678 

Pa vane and fancy: 187 
Joan de Latre. See DELATRE, CLAUDE PETIT JEAN 
Johannes de Florentia. See GIOVANNI DA CASCIA 
JOHN (JOAO) IV, KING OF PORTUGAL, 1604-1656 

Crux fidelis:287,321 
JOHNSON, ROBERT, 1569-1633 

Alman:187.189.236 Benedicam Domino: 195 Come, blessed bird:309, 310 Defiled is 
my name: 195 Full fathom five:294 Pavana (arr Farnaby):188 The temporiser:177 
Where the bee sucks:294 The witty wanton: 177 



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JONES, ROBERT, 16th-17th c 

An archer great: 166 Fair Oriana:309, 310 Farewell deare love:134 Go to bed, sweet 

muse:181,189,288 Sweet, if you like:199 Sweet Kate:189, 199, 267 Though your 

strangeness: 199, 267 
Josquin des Pres. See DEPRES, JOSQUIN 



KIRBYE, GEORGE, cal570-1634 

Bright Phoebus:309, 310 Up then Melpomene: 199 



LANDING (LANDINI). FRANCESCO, cal325-1397 

Amar si li alti tuo gentil costumi:215 Amor c'al tuo suggetto:122 Angelica belta:221 
Caro Signor:146 Chi piu le vuol sapere:96, 99 Cosi pensoso:146, 217 De! dimmi tu: 
217 Gram piant'agl'occhi:86, 146, 257. 282 El mie dolce sospir:89, 122, 146, 256 
Nessun ponga speranza:146 Non avra mai pieta:89 
LANTINS. ARNOLD DE, fl 1431 
A madame playsante et belle: 95 
LA RUE, PIERRE DE , d 1518 

Autant en emporte le vent: 128, 149 O salutaris hostia:247, 313 Pourquoy non:149 
Requiem: 215(Introit) Salve Regina:262 
LASERNA 1) 

El cordero perdido:284 
LASSUS, ORLAND DE, d 1594 

Aachener Domsingknaben, Instrumental Ensemble (Pohl) 

111 2-12" DGA 14129/14130; APM; 

198014/15 SAPM stereo; ARC 3134/5; 73134/5 
Amsterdam Motet Choir (de Nobel) 

111 (with Monteverdi) CHS 1196 

Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

3, 5, 6, 18. 28, 42, 48, 58, 59, 79, 82, 92, 94, 101. 103, 105 Fan 5006; 8015 stereo 

Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

109 CHC 47 
Ensemble Vocal M. Couraud, 15 Chansons 

40.41,42.49,44, 50, 51, 55, 58, 60, 61, 69, 71, 74. 76 10" Dis 325. 045 

Ensemble Vocal J. -P. Kreder 

42,54,58,65,70 (with Costeley) LDE 1044 

Ensemble Vocal de Paris (Jouve) 

35 (with Depres) 10" Due T 255-C-013 

Madrigalistes de Prague (Venhoda) 

112.36 Dis 530. 001 

Swabian Chorus (Grischkat) 

8. 28. 29. 48. 52, 77. 78, 82, 87, 89, 91, 94, 97, 100, 101, 103 Vox DL380 

Swabian Chorus & Soloists (Grischkat) 

113 Vox DL 400 

Utrechts Motetgezelschap (Mudde) 

110 (pt. 7) 7" CANT 72076 F 



1) Presumably a Renaissance composer. The item in no. 200 is by Bias Laserna, 18th c 



60 



Vienna Kammerchor (Gillesberger) 

39 (with Palestrina) Unicorn 1013 

(motets): 1. Adoramus te:141 2 Auditui iTieo:280 3. Ave Regina 4 Ave verum corpus: 
287 5. Christe, Dei soboles 6. De profundis (Penit. Ps.) 7. Domine convertere:156 
8. Gustate et videte 9, Improperium exspectavit:156 10. In pace, in idipsum:279 
jQ. Ipsa te Logat: 280 12. Jubilate Deo: 292 13. Justorum animae:156 14. Miserere 
mei. Domine:156 15. Non avertas facienn:280 16. Nos qui sumus:242, 295, 313 
17 . Omnia tempus habent: 130 18. Pulvis et umbra ^9. Resonet in laudibus:141, 245 
20. Salve Regina:141, 321 21. Scio enim:216 22. Serve bone:251 23. Spiritus tuus: 
280 24. Super flumina: 156 25. Surgensjesus:245 26. Surrexit pastor:321 27. Tibi 
laus, tibi gloria:312, 293 28. Timor et tremor 29. Tristis est anima mea:96, 156, 235, 
245 30. Tui sunt coeli:156 31. Venite ad me:156 32. Videntes stallam magi:245 

(masses): 33. Le Bergier:130 (Sanctus, Agnus) 34. Missa brevis:253 (Sanctus & Benedictus) 
35 . Douce memoire 36^ Ecce nunc 37. In die tribulationis:224 (Agnus) 38. O 
admirabile commercium:293 (Sanctu: & Hosanna) 39. Puisque j'ai perdu:156, 216 
(Benedictus) 

(French chansons): 40. A ce matin 41. Amour 42. Bonjour, mon coeur:161, 208, 232 
43. Un chien petit:124 44. Dessus le marche 45. Un doux nenny:155 46. En espoir 
vis:155 47. Et d'ou venez-vous:207 48. Gallans, qui par terre 49. Guerir ma douleur 
50 . Helas, quel jour;155 51.'J'ai cherche 52. Je I'ayme bien:155 53. Un jeune 
moine:180 54. Un jour vis un foulon 55^. Margot labourez 56. Mon coeur se 
recommande a vous:161, 298 57. Ne vous soit etrange:308 58. La nuit froide 59. O 
doux parler:289 60_. O m^re des amours 63^. O vin en vigne 62. Or sus, filles:155 
63 . Pour courir en poste:124 64. Puisque je voy: 128 65. Quand mon mary:208, 230, 
232,298 66. Que dis-tu:289 67. Qui dort icy:112 68. Qui s'y frotte:169 69. Le 
rossignol:180,207 70. Sauter, danser Tl. Scais-tu dire rave:155 72. Secourez-moy: 
124 73.- Si vous n'estes en bon point: 298 74. Suzanne un jour 15_. Le terns passe: 155 
76 . Toutes les nuits 

(German Lieder, etc.): 77^. Audite nova:127, 155 78. Baur, was tragst im Sacke:155 79- 
Christ ist erstanden 80. Die Fasznacht:155 81. Hort zu ein news gedicht:155 82. Ich 
weiss mir ein Meidlein:174, 300 83. Im lant zu Wirtenberg:155, 316 84. Im Mayen:155 
85. Ist l<einer hie:155 86. Ein meidlein zu den brunnen gieng:155 87. Selig ist 88. 
Tritt auff den rigel:155 89. Von morgens friJh 90. Der wein der schmeckt:155 91. 
Wie lang O Gotl 92. Wohl kommt der May:300 

(Italian madrigals, etc.): 93. Ah quanti gia felici (Lagrime di San Pietro):316 94. Ardo, 
si 95. Chi non sa:207 96. Un dubbio verno:155 _97. II grave dell'eta 98. Hor vi 
riconfortate:155 99. lo ti vorria contar:155 100. Matona mia cara:155, 168, 203, 291, 
298,314,180 101. Ola, o che bon eccho:155, 203, 299, 302 102. O occhi manza mia: 
207 103 . Occhi piangete 104 . Ogni occhio del Signor (Lagrime di San Pietro):316 
105. Passan vostri triomphi 106 . Saccio na cosa:207 107. S'io ti vedess' una sol:155, 
270 108. S'io ve dico: 207 

(miscellaneous): 109 . Lamentations of Jeremiah 110 . Lamentations of Job 111 . Peneten- 
tial Psalms 112 . Propheties des Sibylles 113. St. Matthew Passion 114 . Fantasias:282 
Also 143,163.269,270,283 
Latre, Joan de. See DELATRE, CLAUDE PETIT JEAN 
LAUDE 

Alieluia:170, 265 Anima Christi: 128 Anime affaticate:88 Annunciazione, nativita, 
passione e resurrezione di Cristo:121 Ave mitis:221 Christo h nato:88 Dal cielo 
venne:88 De la crudel morte:nO, 265 Dimmi dolce Maria: 170, 265 Giu per la mala 
via:88,170,265 Gloria incielo:86, 88 Lodate Dio:88 Madre divina:88 Nell'apparir: 
88 O cor soave:170 O Cristo omnipotente:121 O Maria, Diana stella:213. 321 II 
pietoso Gesil:88 Poiche:128 Quando rimiro il ciel:88 Salve, salve:100 San Domenico: 
100 Sancta Maria: 128 Sia laudato S. Francesco: 100 Spiritu sancto:100 Also 121 

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LAZARIN, d 1635 

Allemande:138 
LECHNER, LEONHARD, d 1606 

Heinrich-SchUtz Chor, Heilbronn (Werner) 

[Deutsche SprUche vom Leben und Tod] CAN 1113 LP 

Westfaiische Kantorei (Ehmann) 

[Christ, der du bist der helle Tag] 7" CAN T 71681 F 

10 Teutsche Gesang:153 
LE HEURTEUR, GUILLAUME, 16th c 

Mirelaridon:267 
LEISRING, VOLCKMAR, 1588-1637 

Let all ye sons and daughters: 173 Lift up your heads:299 
LEJEUNE. CLAUDE, d 1600 

Fantasie:267 Fiere cruelle:275 Helas, mon Dieu:208 O vilanella:230 Prince, la France 
te veut:275 Psalm 35:118 Psalm 42:130 Psalm 69:130 Psalm 138:277 
Unspec. psalm(s):281 Quand la terre:206 Revecy venir du printans:208, 299, 308 
Rossignol mon mignon:275, 289 Te Deum:139 Tu ne I'entends pas:208 
LEMLIN, LORENZ, 16th c 

Der Gutzgauch:127,300 
LEON. JUAN DE, 16th c 

Ay que non se:268 
LEONINUS, MAGISTER, 12th c 

Alleluya, epulemur:105 Deum time:85, 110, 120 Gaude Maria: 105 Haec dies: 120 Judaea 
et Jerusalem:91 Propter veritatem:105 Viderunt:102, 105 
LE ROY, ADRIAN, d cal599 

Van Acker (sop), Podolski (lute) Airs de cour pour voix et lute 

[ 1-14 ] 10" BAM LD 030 

!_. Ah Dieu que c'est un estrange martire 2. J'ai bein mal choisi 3_. Autant qu'on voit au 
cieux 4. Ce n'est point pour t'estrenner 5_. Le ciel qui fut large donneur 6. 
Demandes-tu, douce ennemie:289 1_. Has tu point veu:206 8. Je suis Amour 9. Las 
je n'eusse jamais pense:207 10_. Or voy je bien Tl. Quand ce beau printems 12. 
Quand le gril chante 13_. Tant que j'estoys L£. La terre nagueres glacee 15'. Branles: 
226 16_. Psalm 50:226, 297 
L'ESCUREL. JEHANNOT DE, d 1303 

A vous, douce debonnaire:112, 215 
L'ESTOCART, PASCAL DE, b cal540 

Psalm(s):281 
Le Vinier See VINIER, LE 
LICHFILD, HENRY, 16th-17th c 

I always loved to call my lady Rose:229,308 
LISLEY, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Fair Citherea:309, 310 
LOCHAMER (LOCHEIMER) LIEDERBUCH 

210,257 
LUZZASCHI, LUZZASCO, d 1607 

Le Nuove Musiche. Vocalwerke italienische Meister. . . 

[Aura soave] (with Caccini, Peri, etc.) Phi A 00385 L 

O primavera:220 Quivi sospiri:216, 220 Toccata:274, 304 Also 145 



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MACHAUT, GUILLAUME DE, d 1377 

Collegium Musicum, University of Illinois (I-Iunter) 

1,5,7,8.11,12.15.17,18.23.25.28.29 XWN 18166 

Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

14 CHS 1107 

Ensemble Vocal Blanciiard 

14 ' 10" Due 270-C-085 

1. Amours me fait desirer 2. Chanson ballad6e:95 3. Dame, je sui cilz 4. De tout sui si 
confortee:87, 92 5. De toutes flours 6. De triste cuer:92 7. Douce dame jolie 8. 
Douce dame, tant 9. Je puis trop bien:87. 92 10. Je suis aussi:112 VI. Loyaute 1^. Ma 
chiere dame:95.268 13. Ma fin est mon commencement:215 14. Mass "Notre Dame": 
92,87 (Credo. Sanctus. Agnus). 96 (Agnus), 99 (Agnus). 215 (Benedictus) 15. Mes espris: 
282 16. Nes que on porroit:92 11_. Pourquoy me bat mes maris 18. Plus dure qu'un 
dyamant:206 19. Puis qu'en oubli:92 20. Quant Theseus:87. 92 21. Qui es promesses: 
92 22. Rondeau:101 23. Rose, liz 24. Sans cuer:92 25. Se je souspir:92 26. 81 
j'aime:255 27. Tels rit au main: 92 28. Tres bonne et belle 29. Tres douce dame 
MAHU, STEPHAN, early 16th c 

Song of the Lansquenet:255 
MANCHICOURT, PIERRE DE, early 16th c 

Mass "Quo abiit dilectus":164 
MANGON, JOHANN, d cal578 

Salve Regina:224 
MARCABRU OF GASCONY, d call47 

L'autrier jost:94 Dire vos vuelh ses duptansa:100 Pax in nomine: 94, 123 
MARENZIO, LUCA. d 1599 

Coro Polifonico Goriziano (Seghizzi) 

[Villanella (1 or several?) a 3 voci] Ang 963 

Golden Age Singers (Field-Hyde) 

[Quel augellin; Cruda Amarilli; Ah dolente partita; O Mirtillo; Deh Miriillo; Che se tu cor 

mio] WLE 105; West 18712 

A Roma:132,306 Ahi dispietata morte:132, 151 Alas what a wretched life:290 Amor e 
ritornato:227 Dono Cinzia a Damone:227, 306 Ecco piu che mai:151 Fiere silvestre: 
220 O dolc'anima mea:151 O rex gloriae:313 Quando sorge raurora:259 Scaldav'il 
sol:151.218 Scendi dal paradise Venere:132. 216. 298 S'io parto:96. 235 Ti guardo 
negli occhi:218 Vezzosi augelli:151 Zefiro torna:151, 227, 306 Also 143 
MARGARETHE VON OESTERREICH (No t e n bu c he r) 

149 
MARSON, GEORGE, d cal631 

The nymphs and shepherds:309. 310 
MASCHERA, FLORENTIO, 16th c 
Marius Casadesus Ensemble 

[La Capriola; Canzone] (with G. Gabrieli. etc.) XWN 18130 

MATHEUS DE PERUSIO, 15th c 

Plus onques dame:86 
MAUDUIT, JACQUES, 1557-1627 

A la fonteine:130 En paradis:229 En son temple sacre:242 Psalm 42:130 Si d'une petite 
oeillade:130 Voici le vert et beau mai:180 Vous me tuez si doucement:112. 208 
MERULO, CLAUDIO, 1533-1604 

Quand'io pens'ai martire:220 Sancta et justi:248 Toccata:304 
MILAN, LUIS , 16th c 

Amor che nel mio pensier: 157 Durandarte:134. 137. 219 Fantasias:140. 157 Pavanes:137, 
140.157.219,285 Perdida:219 Sospiro:219 Toda mi vida:216 Sospirastes baldovinos: 
157 

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Milano, Francesco da. See FRANCESCO DA MILANO 
MILTON, JOHN, cal563-1647 

Fair Oriana:309, 310 
MONDEJAR, ALONSO DE, 16th c 
Mios fueron:255,268 Sospiro:268 
MONIOT D'ARRAS, 13th c 

Ce fut en mai:110 
MONTE, PHILIPPE DE, cal521-1603 

Canzona:273 Laudate Dominum (Ps. 150):224 Mass "Benedicta es":216 (Benedictus & 
Agnus) Verament'in amore:220 
MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO, 1567-1643 1) 

Augellin:304 Chiome d'oro:304 Combattimento di Tancredi e CIorinda:133 Come faro 
cuor mio:227 Cor mio:230 Crucifixus:142 De la bellezza:304 Dolci miei sospiri: 
304 Ecco mormorar ronde:228 Eccomi pronta ai baci:304 Fugge il verno:304 Intro- 
duzione al baIlG:306 Lagrime d'amante:316 Lamento di Arianna:228 Lasciatemi 
morire:230,299 Movete al mio bel suon:306 Non piu guerra:230, 308 Ond'ei di morte: 
227 Orfeo (excerpts):216,235 Parlo miser o taccio:304 Quel augellin:230 Rimanti 
in pace:227 S'andasse amor:132 Sfogava con le stelle:227 Si ch'io vorrei morire:230 
Vattene pur crudel:132 Volgendo il ciel:306 Also 143 
MORALES, CRISTOBAL, cal500-1553 
Hamline Singers (Holiday) 

[La mentabatur Jacob] 10" NRLP 305 

Inter vestibulum:284 Peccantem me:242 Puer natus est nobis:301, 313 Sanctus:302 
MORATA, GINES DE, 16th c 

Endecha:284 
MORLEY, THOMAS, 1557-cal603 
Deller Consort. Elizabethan Madrigals 

4,6.7.17,20,21,22.25,26.28.34.37,41,42.44.45.49.52,53 Bach 577; 5002 Stereo 

Golden Age Singers (Field -Hyde). 

6, 17. 23, 26, 28. 29, 31, 33, 39, 41, 42 West 18764 

Primavera Singers (Greenberg), Winogron (virg) 

9, 10. 16, 17, 18i,19\ 26. 32. 34. 35.37,39.40.41,43,47 [ANON, (virg): Can shee; "Irish 

dumpe] Eso 520 

1. About the Maypole new: 166 2. Agnus Dei: 141, 216, 229, 299 3. Air (viols):187 4. 
April is in my mistress' face:196, 276 5. Arise. awake:309, 310 6. Arise get up 7. 
Beside a fountain 8^. Can I forget: 159 9. Cease, mine eyes 10. Clorinda false 11. 
Come sorrow, come:126.190 12. Domine, fac mecum:141 13. Eheu. sustulerunt 
Dominum:141 14. .Fair in a morn:159 1^. Fantasias:188, 282 16^. The fields abroad 
17. Fire, fire: 197 18_. Gagliarda j_9. Goe from my window 20. Good morrow fair 
ladies 21. Hard by a crystal fountain:309, 310 22. Hark alleluia 23. Hark jolly 
shepherds 24. Ho! who comes here?:195. 216 25^. 1 follow lo the footing 26. I go 
before my darling 27. I saw my lady weeping:199 28_. In dew of roses 29. In every 
place 30. It was a lover and his lass:126, 159, 190, 295, 297 31. Lady if I go 32. Lady, 
those cherries plenty 33. Leave now mine eyes 34. Leave this tormenting 35. Lo she 
flies 36. Magnificat:205.254 (fauxbourdons) 37. Miraculous love's wounding 38. 
Mistress mine: 159, 190, 294 39. My bonnie lass:196, 229 40. Now is the gentle season 
41. Now is the month of Maying:166, 231, 276 42. O grief 43. Phyllis. I fain would 
die 44. Say gentle nymphs 45. Shoot false love 46. Since my tears:134 47. Sing 



1) No attempt has been made at a complete discography of Monteverdi. Shown above are such works 
as are included in the anthologies. 



64 



we and chaunt it:231 48. Sweet nymphs, come:195 49. Though Philomela lost her 
love:262 50. Thyrsis and Milla:216 51. La volta (arr. Byrd):252 52. When lo by 
break of morning 53. Whither away 54. Will ye buy a fine dog: 194 l^ecorder duet: 
166 
MORZANlS(Gorzanis?) 

144 
MOUTON, JEAN, d 1522 

Ave Maria: 169 Jecundare, Jerusalem: 141 Quaeramus cum pastoribus:244 
MUDARRA, ALONSO, 16th c 

Diferencias sobre el Conde Claros:140 Gallarda:140, 225 Fantasias:140, 225, 317 Pavane: 
219,225 Si me llaman:219 Triste estaba:219 
MUNDY, JOHN, d 1630 

Goe from my window:252 Lightly she whipped:309, 310 Robin:52 Tres partes in una:193 
MUNOZ, GARCIA 

Pues bien para esta:303 
MUREAU, GILLES, d 1512 

Grace attendant: 206 
MURET, MARC-ANTOINE, 16th c 
Ma petite colombelle:289 



NANINO (NANINI), GIOVANNI MARIA, cal545-1607 

Ahi, che debbo morire:228 Come fenice:228 Diffusa est gratia:n9, 185, 305 D'una 
donna gentil:228 lo son farfalla:228 Sonno soave:228 
NARVAEZ, LUIS DE , 16th c 

Baxa de contrapunta:140 Cancion del Emperador:140 Diferencias sobre Guardance las 
vacas:140 Variations pop. :317 
NASCO, GIOVANNI, 16th c 

Ave Maria:250 Facti sunt hostes:250 Lamentations of Jeremiah:248 Migravit Judas:249 
O salutaris hostia:248, 312 Tristis est anima mea:248 
NEGRI, CESARE, b cal546 

Balletto e saltarello:304 Also 225 
NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL, 12th-13th c 

Mayenzeit:110 Der Mei hat mennik herze:103 Mei hat wunniklich:103 So schonen wir 
den Anger: 103 Willekommen Mayenschein:96, 99 Tanzlied:282 
NEUSIEDLER, HANS, cal508-1563 

Bethler Tantz:225 Freundlicher Grusse:288 Juden Tantz:225, 226 Preambel:225, 285 
NEWMAN, 16th c 

Fansye:193 Pavan:193, 236 
NICHOLSON, RICHARD, d 1639 

In a merry May morn:315 Sing, shepherds all:309,310 
NIGRINO, NICOLO, 16th c 

Passamezzo:288 
NORCOME, DANIEL, 1576-cal626 

With angel's face:309,310 



OBRECHT, JACOB, cal430-1505 

Den Haghel ende:129 Ein frolich Wesen:273 Fuga trium vocum:273 Ic Weinsche alle 
vrouwen eere:129 Mass "Maria zart":128 (Qui propter; Et incarnatus) Parce, Domine: 
96,99,168,291 Rompeltier:263 Se oblitus fuerG:215 La Tortorella:183, 291 Tsat een 
meskin:128 Weet ghy wat mynder:263 Also 241,256 

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OCKEGHEM, JEAN DE, d 1496? 
Fleetwood Singers 

[Missa Prolationum] Kings 221 

L'autre d'antan:148 Les desleaulx:101 Fors seulement:148 Ma bouche rit (Glogauer 
Liederbuch):148 Ma maitresse:128, 148, 261 Mass "Fors seulement":215 (Kyrie) 
Mass "Sine nomine":168, 291 (Kyrie & Gloria) Missa prolationum (Sanctus):96, 99 
Petite c amuse tte: 148 Also 224, 269 
ORTIZ, DIEGO, 16th c 

Doulce memoire:157 O felici occhi:157 Ricercada:137, 157 
OTHMAYER, KASPAR, 1515-1553 

Es staht ein Lind:300 
OTT, HANS, d cal550 

jagers Morgenbesuch:210 



PALESTRINA, GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA, cal525-1594 
Aachener Domsingknabeo (Rehmann) 

24 (verso: Ingegneri) 
Chanteurs de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

56 
Chanteurs de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

55,60 
Chanteurs de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

62 
Chor der St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale, Berlin (Forster) 

62 
Chor der St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale, Berlin 

12 (with Gabrieli) 
Chorale "La Chanson de Fribourg" (Kaelin) 

1,11.20,25,48,53 
Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

23,43,56 
Lecco Academy Choir (Camillucci) 

43.44.69 
Mt. Angel Choir, Portland Symphony Choir 

23 (with Victoria) 
Netherlands Chamber Choir (de Nobel) 

54.57 (see no. 269) 
Netherlands Chamber Choir (de Nobel) 

62 (verso: see no. 168) 
Netherlands Chamber Choir (de Nobel) 

2.26,42,.43,68 
Period Choral Society, Strassbourg 

2,9,17,21,23.40,52,58 (Pleni sunt) 
Petits Chanteurs de la Sainte Croix 

57 (with Chansons populaires) 
Roger Wagner Chorale 

62 
Sistine Chapel Choir (Bartolucci) 

8, 10, 14, 15, 17. 22, 34, 35, 36, 44, 48, 49, 53 
Sistine Chapel Choir 
Vienna Akademie Kammerchor (Theuring) 

33.43.44 (with Handl) 



7" DGA 37125 EPA 

West 18836 

LDE 3036; West 18693 

DTX 213; PL 6790 

10" Elec E 60602 

7" Elec EP E 41012 

10" SM-33-58 

CHS 1631 

Vox 9740 X 

Educo 4003 

LC 3359 

LC 3045 

Ang 35667 

SPL 513 

10" Dec 133746 

P8126 

Cot MC 20066; Ren 55 
Per 744 

West 18632 



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Vienna Akademie Kammerchor (Theuring) 

62 West 18364 

Vienna Kammerchor (Gillesberger) 

64 (with Lassus) Unicorn 1013 

Vienna Pro Musica Choir (Grossmann) 

56.62 Vox 10020 
Welch Chorale 

4.57 Al 3097 

Welch Chorale 

59.63 Lyr 49 

(motets, hymns, etc.): 1.. Adjuro vos 2. Adoramus te:293 3. Alma rede mptoris mater: 
185,245,276,319 4. Ascendo ad patrem 5. Assumpta est Maria: 141 6. Ave de 
coelis:265 7. Benedictus:260,293 8. Bonum est 9. Confitemini Domino:213, 293 
10 . Dies sanctificatus:142, 172, 246- Vi. Dilectus meus:304 12. Dum complerentur 
dies pentecostes 13. Ego sum panis:313 14. Exaltabo te:205 15. Exultate Deo:179, 
201 1^. Haec dies:247 17. Hodie Christus natus est:246, 265 18. Improperia:142, 
152,170,242,295 19. Incipit oratio Jeremiae:292 20. Introduxit me Rex 21. Jesus, 
Rex admirabilis 22. Laudate Dominum:279 23. Magnificat:265, 280 24. Manum 
suam 25. Nigra sum: 304 2^. O beata et gloriosa Trinitas 27. O bone Jesu:17, 142, 
240,258,321 28. O crux a ve: 133 29. O quam amabilis:37 30. O quantus Iuctus:230, 
304 31. O vos omnes:279 32. Range lingua gloriosi:265 33. Pater noster 34. 
Peccavimus 35. Popule meus:265,304 36. Pueri Hebraeorum 37. Regina coeli:142, 
292 38. Rotate coeli desuper:246 39. Salvator mundi:312 40. Salve Regina 41. 
Sanctus:260 42. Sicut cervus:179, 243, 247, 295, 304 43. Stabat Mater: 152, 293 
44. Super flumina:185, 229, 247, 292, 312 45. Supplicationes:213, 293 46. Surge 
illuminare:224 47. Tenebrae factae sunt:17 48. Tota pulchra es 49. Tribulationes 
civitates 50. Tristis est anima mea:228 51. Tu es Petrus:247 52. Tua Jesu dilecto 
53. Vox dilecti 
(masses): 54. Ad fugam:269 55. Aeterna Christi munera:216 (Sanctus) 56. Assumpta est 
Maria 57. Missa brevis:269 (Agnus):185, 216 58. Descendit Angelus 58a. Dies 
sanctificatus:142 (Benedictus) 59. Iste confessor 60. Lauda Sion 61. O admirabile 
commercium:161 (Benedictus) 62. Papae Marcelli (L'homme arme):152, 304 (Sanctus, 
Benedictus) 63. Sine nomine: 316 (Credo) 64. Veni sponsa Christi: 96 (Agnus), 235 
(Agnus) 
(madrigals): 65. Ahi che quest' occhi:122. 217 66. La cruda mia nemica:133 67_. Da 

cosi dotta man:122,217 68. Soave fia il morir 69. Le vergini (8 madrigali spirituali) 
Ricercar (attr. ):272 Also 143, 144, 296 
PARSONS, JOHN, d 1623 

Pandolpho:187,315 
PASSEREAU , 16th c 

II est bel et bon:167, 173, 180, 216, 232, 298 Je ne seray jamais bergere:206 Pourquoy 
donc:206,275 Sur la rousee:275 Also 163 
PAUMANN, CONRAD, cal410-1473 

AllmSchtiger Gott:120 Mit ganczem Willen:215 
PEERSON (PEERESON, PEARSON), MARTIN, cal580-1650 

The fall of the leafe:137, 186, 188, 189, 251 Now robin laugh:166 The primerose:188, 189 
PEIROL (D'ALVERGNE). 12th-13th c 

Mainta jen me mal razona:100 
PENALOSA, FRANCISCO, 15th-16th c 

A tierras ajenas:257 
PEROTINUS, 12th c 

AUeluya Nativitas:96, 105,316 Alleluya viderunt:119 AUeluya (?):99 Beata viscera: 120 



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Deus misertus:110 Diffusa est gratia:85 Nobilis, humilis:318 Salvatores hodie:318 
Sederunt principes:91, 105 Vetus abit littera:318 Viderunt omnes:318 Virgo:110 
PERRIN D'AGINCOURT, 13th c 

Quant voi an la fin: 85 
PESENTI, MICHELE, 15th-16th c 
Dal lecto me levava:204 Also 143 
PETRUS DE CRUCE, 13th c 

S'amours east point de poer:119 
PHILIPS, PETER, cal560-cal633 

Allemande "Tregian":267 Cantantibus organis:230 Fantasy:271 Galliarda dolorosa:184, 
186 Passamezzo pavan:177 Pavana dolorosa:184 Trio:271 
Piccioni, Giovanni. See PIZZONI (PICCIONI). GIOVANNI 
PIERO, MAESTRO, 14th c 

Cavalcando:215 
Pierre de la Croix. See PETRUS DE CRUCE 
Pierre de la Rue. See LA RUE, PIERRE DE 
PIERRE DE MOLINS. 14th c 

De ce que fol pense:86 
PIETON, LOYSET, d cal545 

A beata infantia (ed. Attaignant):244 
PILKINGTON, FRANCIS, d 1638 

The messanger of the delightful spring: 166 Rest, sweet nymphs: 166, 194, 297 Underneath 
a cypress tree:189' When Oriana wall<ed:310 
PISADOR, DIEGO, fl 1552 

A las armas moriscote:134 No mellames segalaherba:202 Pavane y villanesca:140 
Porque es dama:202 
PIZZONI (PICCIONI), GIOVANNI, 16th c 

Duo degli'occhi lucenti:298 
Plainsong. See AMBROSIAN, BYZANTINE, GREGORIAN, & RUSSIAN CHANT 
PLANCQN, JEHAN, c a 1 5 5 9 - c a 1 6 1 2 

Puisque le ciel veut ainsi:232 
PONCE, JUAN, fl 1500 
De la resurrection: 303 
PORTA, COSTANZO, cal530-1601 

Erasi al sole:220 Praeparate corda vestra Domine:250 Virtute magna:249 
POWER, LIONEL, d 1445 

Ave Regina:109 Beata progenies:93 
PRAETORIUS, MICHAEL, 1571-1621 1) 
Berliner Motettenchor (Arndt) 

[Mitten wir im Leben sind] (with Schiitz) 
Biaser der Westfaiischen Kantorei (Ehmann) 
[Suite zu 4 Stimmen aus "Terpsichore"] 
Caillard Vocal Ensemble 

[Canticum trium puerorum] (with Scheldt, Schiitz, etc.) 
Dresdener Kreuzchor (Mauersberger) 

[7 Weihnachtslieder] 
Hessische Kantorei (Reich) 

[Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist] 7" CAN T 72013 N 



7" Tel AW 8003 



7" CAN T 72455 F 



West 18898; 14090 Stereo 



7" DGA 37172 EPA 



1) Partial discography. No attempt has been made to list, for example, recordings of Es ist ein Ros ' 



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Kantorei Barmen-Gemarke (Kahlhflfer) 

[Wir wollen aJle fr5hlich sein] (with Vulpius, Eccard. Ebeling) 7" CAN T 72090 

Stiftskantorei Gtitersloh (G. Wagner) 

[Den die Hirten lobeten sehre] (with Schein) 7" CAN T 72072 F 

Westfaiische Kantorei (Ehmann) 

[In dulci jubilo] 7" CAN T 71885 F 

Beati omnes:131 Christ lag:150 Courante-Sarabande:138 Ecce Maria:245 Ein feste 
Burg:150 Gaillarde:138 Geh aus main Herz: 209 8 geistliche Tricinien:]50 Herzlich 
tut mich erfreuen:209 Ich ruf zu dir:150 Jesus Christus: 150 Mit Fried und Freud:150 
Nun freut euch:150 Nun komm:150 Passepieds de Bretaigne:138 Psallite unigenito: 
321 Singet dem Herrn:280 Wach auf mit heller Stimm:300 Wie schfln leuchtet:150, 
216 Dances:282 
PRESTON, THOMAS. 16th c 
236 



RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS, d 1207 

Estampida:255 Dances:90 Kalenda maya:94, 100, 103 
RAVENSCROFT, THOMAS, c a 1 5 9 - c a 1 63 3 

Bellman's song:175 Brooms for old shoes: 175 It was a frog: 166 New oysters: 175 Painter's 
song:175 There were three ravens:166 Willie prithee go to bed:166, 196 
REDFORD, JOHN, fl 1535 

Christe qui lux: 193 Aeterne rex: 193 O lux:215 Rejoice in the Lord:167 
REGNART, FRANCOIS, 16th c 

Petite nymfe fol3tre:161, 232 Plus qu'il vous plait:174 
RENE, 16th c 

Gros Jehan menoit:130 
Reuenthal, Neidhardt von. See NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL 
RHAW, GEORG, 1488-1548. ed 

Bicinia gallica:150 
RIBERA, ANTONIO DE. early 16th c 

Por unos puertos:303 
RICHARD I, KING OF ENGLAND, 1157-1199 

Ja nuns hons pris:85 
Rimini, Vincenzo da. See VINCENZO DA RIMINI 
RIMONTE (RUIMONTE), PEDRO, 16th-17th c 

Madre, la mi madre:165 
RIPA, ALBERTO, 1529-1551 

304 
Riquier. Guiraut. See GUIRAUT RIQUIER 
RIVAFLECHA, MARTIN DE , d 1528 

Salve Regina:102 
ROBLEDO, MELCHOR, d 1587 

Hoc corpus:165 
ROMERO, MATEO, d 1647 

Entre dos mansos:165 
RORE, CYPRIEN DE, 1516-1565 

Beato me direi:204 Dalle belle contrade:220 En voz adieux:204 Galiarda:203 
Rejouissons-nous:207 Tout ce qu'on peut:275 Vergine pura:221 Also 241 
ROSSELLI, FRANCESCO, 16th c 

Adoramus te:247.319 Je ne veux plus chanter:289 



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ROSSETER, PHILIP, cal575-1623 

What then is love:190 When Laura smiles:181, 189, 190, 194, 288 
ROSSI. SALOMONE, 16th-17th c 
Pro Musica Antiqua (Greenberg). 

Instrumental & Liturgical Works ML 5204 

Canzone:304 Gagliarda:304 Sinfonia:304 
Roussel, Francois. See ROSSELLI, FRANCESCO 
RUBINUS, 15th c 

Der bauern schwanz (Glogauer Liederbuch):215, 261, 268 
Rudel, Jaufre. See JAUFRE RUDEL 
RUFFO. VINCENZO, 16th c 

Adoramus te:201,249 
RUMELANT , 13th c 

Ob aller mynne:85 
RUSSIAN LITURGICAL CHANTS 

134 



SACHS, HANS, 1494-1576 

Silberweise:211 
SANDRIN, PIERRE REGNAULT, 16th c 
Amour si haut:275 Puisque de vous:124 
Santa Maria, Tomas de. See TOMAS DE SANTA MARIA 
SCANDELLO (SCANDELLI, SCANDELLUS), ANTONIO. 1517-1580 

Ein Hennlein weiss:127, 300 
SCHLICK. ARNOLT. fl 1512 
Schmidt, (org) 

[Maria zart; Da pacem, Domine] (with Buchner) 7" DGA 37170 EPA 

Maria zart:211,320 Mein Maid ich hab dich auserwelt:211 Vil hinderlist:211 
SCHROTER. LEONHARD. c a 1 5 3 2 - c a 1 6 1 
Hannoverscher Knabenchor (Hennig) 

[8 neue Weihnachtsliedlein (1587)] 10" DGA 13071 AP; 

195003 SAP stereo 
SCHUYT (SCUTIUS). CORNELIS FLORISZOON, 1557-1616 

OLeyda gratiosa:168,291 
SENFL. LUDWIG. cal492-1555 

Feyerabend (ten), instrumental ensemble 

[3 Liedsatze] 7" DGA 37007 EPA 

Ach Elslein:300 Also heilig ist der tag:131 Es taget vor dem Walde:131 Ewiger Gott: 
211 Das GelaUt zu Speyer (Kling, klang):131, 200.300, 302 Gelobet seist du:214 
Die weyber mit den flohen:211 
SERMISY. CLAUDE DE. cal490-1562 

Amours partez: 116 Au joli bois:167, 180, 208 Aupres de vous:174 Changeons propos:124 
Dictes sans peur:275 D'ou vient cela:124 En entrant en ung jardin:130 Hau le boys: 
96,208 II me suffit:267 Las, je m'y plains:275 Secourez-moi:112, 124 T ant que 
vivray:124,206, 216 Vive la serpe:167 Vivray-je tousjours en soucy:207, 216 
Also 163 
SERVIN. JEAN,. 16th c 

Ensemble vocal J. P. Kreder 

[Mordant mordu; Les Badauds; La fricassee des oris de Paris; La Piafe guerriere; Les regrets 
de Didon] 7" LDE 1054 

SHEPHERD, JOHN. 16th c 
O happy dames:195 

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SIGNAC, 16th c 

Psalm(s):281 
SMERT, RICHARD, 15th c 

Nowell, nowcll:102 
SORIANO (SURIANO) , FRANCESCO, 1549-cal621 

Passio ... secundum Joannem:305 
SPINACCINO, FRANCESCO, 16th c 

Ricercare:226 
STAHL, JOHANNES, 16th c 

Hildebrandslied:150 
STOLTZER, THOMAS, early 16th c 

Ich stund an einem morgen:150 Melodia terti toni:268 
STRIGGIO, ALESSANDRO, 1 5 3 5 (c a) - 1 5 8 7 

II cicalamento delle donne al bucato:306 II gioco di primiera:306 
STURGEON, NICHOLAS, 15th c (in Old Hall Ms) 

Salve Mater:109 
SUREAU , HUGUES, 16th c 

Psalm(s):281 
SUSATO, TIELMAN, dcal561 

Int Midden von den Maye: 129 ■ 16 Danserye: 149 Suite:282 Also 264,311 
SWELINCK, JAN PIETERSZ, 1562-1621 
Biggs (org) 

3, 12. 18.22- SL219 



Eisner (hpsi) 

3,4,5,6.12,23,25 , Toccatas 23 & 24 
Heitmann (org) 

18 
Kee (org) 

4.16 
Netherlands Chamber Choir (de Nobel) 

17.21 
Noehren (org) 

12 
Schonstedt (org) 

14 
Supper (org) 

12 
Utrechts Motetgezelschap (Mudde) 

9.20 
van Royen (hpsi) 

12 
Vocaal Ensemble NCRV Hilversum (Voorberg) 

1.10,13 
Wyton (org) 

12 



PL 9270 



in Tele 66037/8 



7" Tel AWT 8014 



Phi N00127 R 



Cone 4002 



7" CAN T 72070 F 



in Cot MC 20029 A 



7" CAN T 72076 F 



DTL 93046 



7" CAN T 71881 F 



in Aeolian 6 

1. A toye, O Dieu (Ps. 123) 2. Ach Gott von Himmel (var):216 3. Balletto del Granduca 
4. Est-ce Mars (var) 5. Fantaisie chromatique 6^. Fantasia in echo style:273 
7. Fantasia super ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la:320 8. Hodie Christus natus est:172, 185, 246, 
287 9. II faut que de tous mes esprit^ (Ps. 138) 10. J'aime mon Dieu (Ps. 116) il. 
Madonna con quest'occhi:168. 291 12. Mein junges Leben (var):135, 212. 223, 320 
13 . Ne veuilles pas (Ps. 6) 14. Nun l<omm der Heiden Heiland (var) 15^. O Mensch, 
bewein (var):135 16^. Pavana hispanica 17. Rosette pour un peu d'absense:129 



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18. Toccata, A minor 19. Toccata & variations on "Soil es sein":322 20. Tu as ete, 
Seigneur (Ps. 90) 21. Tu as tout seul 22. Unter der Linden grllne (var) 23. Variations 
sur des airs et des danses profanes 24. Venite:182 25. Von der Fortuna 
SZAMOTULSKI, WACLAW, 1525-1572 
Juz sye zymerka:134 



TALLIS, THOMAS, cal505-1585 
Deller Consort 

3,5.8.9.14,16 BG 551 

Madrigal Guild 

9 Mus Lib 7057 

Pro Musica Antiqua (Greenberg) 

7,9,12 Dec 9404; 79404 stereo 

Renaissance Singers 

9,12 RG 91 

San Jose State College Choir (Erlendson) 

14 Mus Lib 7007 

1. Adesto nunc propitius:216 2. Audivi vocem:229 3. Deus tuorum militum 4. Ex more 
docti:193 5^. lam Christus astra ascenderat 6^. If ye love me:205.319 1_. In jejunio et 
fletu 8. Jesu salvator saeculi 9. Lamentations of Jeremiah 1^. Like as the doleful 
dove:195 _n. Magnificat: 201 12. Mass for 4 voices 13. Natus est nobis:193. 236 
14. O nata lux d^ lumine 15. O ye tender babes: 193 16. Salvator mundi:192 1/7. 
When shall my sorrowful sighing: 308 
TAVERNER, JOHN, cal495-1545 

In nomine:194 Magnificat:134 Mass "Gloria tibi":215 (Benedictus) Quemadmodum:134 
TERTRE, ESTIENNE DU, 16th c 

Pavane & Galliarde:267 Dances:176 
TESSIER, CHARLES, b. cal550 

Au joli bois:232 
THIBAUT IV, KING OF NAVARRE, 1201-1253 

En chantant veuil:112 O dame:94 Pour ce se d'amer:95 Tuit mi desir:97 
TOLLIUS, JAN, cal550-cal603 

Delia veloce sona:168,291 
TOMAS DE SANTA MARIA, fray d 1570 

Clausula de octavo tono:135 

TOMKINS, THOMAS, cal575-1656 

Golden Age Singers (Field-Hyde) 

7.21,22,26,30,32.35 West 18764 

In Nomine Players, Ambrosian Singers (Stevens), Sidwell (org) 
v.l: 1.8,9,12,14,24,25,28 

V. 2: 2, 4. 10, 13. 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 26, 29, 33 2-12" EA 0027/0028 

1. Above the stars 2. Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers 3. Clarifica me Pater:237 
4. Fantasias:198.237 5. The fauns and satyrs:309, 310 6. Fortune my foe: 193 
!_. Fusca, in thy starry eyes 8. God who was at this time 9. The heavens declare 
10 . How great delight lA. In nomine: 194 12. Jubilate Deo (5th Service) 13. Music 
divine 14. O clap your hands 1^. O let me live 1^. Oft did I marie 17. Our hasty 
life 18^, Pavan:184 19. Pavans & galliards:237 20. The perpetual round: 193 
21. Phyllis, now cease 22. See, see the shepherd's queen 23. Sure there is no God of 
love 24. Then David mourned 25. Thou art my king 26. Too much I once lamented 
27 . Toy made at Poole court: 237 28. Voluntaries 29. Was ever wretch tormented 
30. Weep no more thou sorry boy 31. What if a day (var);237 32. When David heard: 
197,199 33. When I observe 34. Worcester Brawls:237, 252 35. Yet again 

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TORRE, FRANCISCO DE LA, 1 5 1 h c 

Adoramos te, sciioi:120 Aire dc daniia:257 Alta:215 O cuam dulce:257 Dancc:256 
TOURNHOUT, GERARD, 1520-158 

En regardant:261 
TROMBONCINO, BARTOLOMEO. 1 5 i: h - 1 6 t h c 

Ben che amor:288 Come haro donque ardire:101 Long! dal mio bel sol:304 Non 

peccando:266 Non val acqua:257 Ostinato vo seguire:266 Se ben or: 122 Also 144 
TYE, CHRISTOPHER, 14977-1572 

In nomine:194 Laudate nomen Domini:287 O come ye servants:192 Praise ye the Lord: 
254 



Sonatas: 140 



Shepherds and nymphs:310 



Cetra 50066 



LD-3-405 
Damon e Filli:217 Fa una 



VALDERRABANO, ENRIQUE, 16th c 

De donde venis amore:202 Diferencias sobre Guardance las vacas:140 
VALERIUS, ADRIANUS, d 1625 

Songs: 183 
Vaqueiras, Raimbaut de. See RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS 
VAROTER, FRANCESCO, 15th c 

Voi che passate:266 
VASQUEZ. JUAN, 16th c 

D'aquel pastor de la sierra:301 De los alamos vengo:301 Morenica, dame un beso:301 
Vos me matasteis:130 Ya florecen los arboles:301 Zagaleje:284 
VAUTOR, THOMAS, 16th-17th c 

Alamaine:294 Mother, I will have a husband:173, 195, 308 
VECCHI, HORATIO, cal550-1605 

Chorus of Circolo Musicale di Lecco (Camillucci) 

[L'Amfiparnaso] 
Pamplona Chours (Morondo) 
[L'Amfiparnaso] 
L'Amfiparnaso (Act 2, Sc 3):220 Buon di e buon anno: 122 

canzone senza note nere:259 Felici e liete spiagge:122 Margarita dai corai:298, 306 
Salutis humanae:249 So ben me ch'a bon tempo:304 S'udia un pastor:122 
Ventadour (Ventadorn), Bernard de. See BERNARD DE VENTADOUR 
VERDELOT, PHILIPPE, 16th c 

Con lagrime e sospir & Fuggi, fuggi (arr Willaert):219 
VERGER 

Puis ca, puis la:112 
VIADANA, LODOVICO GROSSI, cal564-1645 

Cantate Domino: 279 Exultate justi:185, 251, 258, 292 Magnificat:277 O sacrum 
convivium:251, 258 
VICTORIA, TOMAS LUIS DE, cal540-1611 
Aachener Domchor (Rehmann) 

35 (with Palestrina Stabat Mater, cf. no. 152) 7" 45 rpm ARC 37142 

Chanteurs de St. -Eustache (Martin) 

34 10" PM 25002 

Choir of the Abbey of Montserrat (Segarra) 

[18 responses from Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae] 2-12" SM 3315/3316 

Choir of the Abbey of Montserrat (Segarra) 

33,35 SM 3317 



Lecco Academy Choir (Camillucci) 

14,37 
Mt. Angel Choir, Portland Symphonic Choir 

31 (verso: Palestrina) 



Vox 8930; 690 



Educo 4003 



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Mt. Angel Choir, Portland Symphonic Choir 
36 

Netherlands Chamber Choir (de Nobel) 

19,24.25,37 
Pamplona Chorus (Morondo) 

n 

Pamplona Chorus (Morondo) 

7, 16,25, 27 (all from Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae) 
Pamplona Chorus (Morondo) 

1,4 
Spanish Nat'l Radio Chorus (Odon) 

3.5,9 
Versailles Choir (Roussel) 

32 
Washington University Choir (Weiss) 

19,23 



LM 2254; LSC 2254 
stereo 

Ang 35668 

Tel BLE 14056 

10" LD 2108 

7" AW-T 8017 

FM 41 . 

Per 712 

in Aspen 1511 



Welch Chorale 

32 Lyr 46 

(motets, responses, etc.): 1. Amicus meus 2. Animan meam:292, 295 3. Ave Maria: 
17, 37. 96. 141, 165, 185. 243. 287, 292. 295. 301 4. Benedictus (Canticum Zachariae) 
5. Caligaverunt:295 6. Cantate Domino:240 7. Cogitavit Dominus 8_. Doming non 
sum dignus:240 9. Duo seraphim:251 W. Gaudent in coelis:167. 292 11. In coena 
Domini 12. In elevatione corporis Christi:302 13. Jesu dulcis memoria:167. 205, 301 
14. Magnificat quarti toni 1^, Miserere mei:213 16. Misericordiae Domini jj^. O 
crux ave:240. 245, 295 18. O Domine Jesu:216 19. O magnum mysterium:165. 246. 
301 20. O quam gloriosam:172,246,258 21. O regem coeli:251 22. O sacrum 
convivium:250 23. O vos omnes:141, 170, 200. 230, 245, 258. 265. 287. 299 24. Pastores 
loquebantur 25. Popule meus (Improperia):242. 295 26. Quem vidisti pastores:244 
27. Quomodo obscuratum 28. Tantum ergo:165. 179. 247, 258, 276 29. Tenebrae 
factae sunt:170, 265. 292. 295. 302, 312 30. Vere languores:185. 247. 287, 295 
(masses): 31^. Missa Dominicalis:229 (Kyrie) 32. O magnum mysterium 33. O sacrum 
convivium 34. Quarti toni 35. Vidi speciosam 36. Missa pro defunctis (1583) 
37. Officium defunctorum (Missa pro defunctis. 1605):284 Also 160,283.296 
VIDAL, PEIRE, d cal217 

Anc no mori; Be'm pac d'ivern:100 
VIDE, JACOBUS, 15th c 

Amans doubles:268 
VILA, PEDRO ALBERCH, 1517-1582 

Tientos:307 
VILCHES 

Ya cantan los gallos:303 
VINCENZO DA RIMINI, 14th c 

Ita se n'era:86 
VINIER, LE (Guillaume or GiUes. both 13th c) 

123 
Vogelweide, Walther von der. See WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE 
VOIT, HANS, 16th c 

FUr all ich kron:150 
VULPIUS, MELCHIOR, cal560-1615 
Hinunter ist der Sonnenschein:300 



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WAISSEL, MATHEUS, 16th c 

Phantasia:285 Polish dance:288 
WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE, 12th c, 

Nu alerst leb ich (Palestinalied):85, 103,211 Wie soil ich den gemynnen:211 
WALTHER, JOHANN, 1496-1570 

Christ lag in Todesbanden:211 
WARD, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Ayre:222 Hope of my heart:195 Upon a bank:199 
WEELKES, THOMAS, cal575-1623 
Randolph Singers 

2.5.6,8,12,13.14,19 West 18657 

1^. AH at once:195 2. Andalusian merchant 3. The ape. the monkey and baboon: 195 
4. As Vesta was from Latmos Hill: 196, 309, 310 5. As wanton birds 6. Cease sorrows 
now: 195 2- The cries of London: 175 8. Death hath deprived me 9. Fire, fire my 
heart:196 10. Gloria in excelsis:246 11. Hark all ye lovely saints:229. 308 12. Hence 
care:316 13. Lord, when I think 14. O care, thou wilt despatch:195, 316, 216 15. On 
the plains: 195, 232 16^. A sparrow-hawk proud: 31 6 17. Strike it up, Tabor:195 
18. Tan ta ra cries Mars: 199 19. Thule, the period of Cosmography: 195 20. To 
shorten winter's sadness:195, 231, 308 21. Welcome sweet pleasure:270, 276 22. Young 
Cupid: 195 
WEERBEKE, CASPAR VAN, 15th-16th c 

Virgo Maria:313 
WERT, GIACHES DE , 1535-1596 

Ah dolente partita:298 Un jour je m'en allai:174, 298 
WHITE, ROBERT, cal530-1574 

In nomine: 194 Ut re mi:236 
WHYTHORNE, THOMAS, b cal528 

Buy new broom:315 
WIDMANN, ERASMUS, 1572-1634 

Schneiderlied:171 
WILBYE, JOHN, 1574-1638 

Deller Consort Bach 578; 5003 stereo 

Randolph Singers 

[all except 5, 11.12,15 ] WL 5221; 18702 

1^. Adieu sweet Amaryllis: 195 2. All pleasure 3. And though my love 4. As fair as 
morn 5. Down in a valley:308 6. Flora gave me fairest flowers: 195, 199 1_. Fly not 
so swift 8^. Happy O happy he 9. Hard destinies 1^. I fall IT. The lady Oriana: 
309,310 12. Lady when I behold:195 13. O what shall I do 14. Oft have I vowed: 195 
15. Stay Corydon: 231 ]_6. Sweet honey-sucking bees:195, 199, 232 17. Thus saith my 
Cloris bright 18^. Weep, O mine eyes 1_9. Ye that do live in pleasures: 216 20. Yet 
sweet 
WILLAERT, ADRIAN, 14907-1562 

Canzona:255 Con lagrime e sospir:226 Ego dormivi:249 Madonn'io non lo so:129 
O bene mioa29 O dolce vita mia: 204 Ricercar:216, 255, 273, 282 Un giorno mi 
prego:129 Zoia zentil:204 
WIZLAW III, PRINCE OF RUGEN, d 1325 

Loybere risen; We ich han gedacht:103 
WOLKENSTEIN, OSWALD VON, cal377-1445 

Ave mater: 147 Es fuegt sich:147 GelUck und hail:147 Ich klag ain engel:147 Der mai 
mit lieber zal:103, 147 Nu huss:147 Sag an, herzlieb:147 Stand auff Maredel: 147 
Wolauff gesell:147 



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ZANGIUS, NICOLAUS, d cal618 

Der Kolner Markt:171 
ZIELENSKI, MIKOLAJ, early 17th c 

In monte Oliveti; Per signum crucis:134 
ZUPFGEIGENHANSL COLLECTION 

210 



ANONYMOUS (see also Anna von Coin, Attaingnant, Bayeux Ms, Glogauer Liedeibuch, Laude 
Lochamer Liederbuch, Margarethe von Oesterreich, Zupfgeigenhansl. Titles under these 
headings are also included here) 

A declarer mon affection (Attaingnant):208 A la clarte:85, 110, 119 A la duchee de 
Normandie (Ms de Bayeux):234 A pris ai qu'en chantant:116 Ach Elslein (Rhaw):150, 
210 Ad regnum/Noster cetus:86 Ade finit perpete/Ade finit misere/A definement:107 
Aderlassen ner Nonnen (Anna v. C61n):210 Agnus Dei (organum):96, 99 Agniaus dous, 
13th c:101, 120 All voll (Glogauer):147 Alia battaglia:304 Alma redemptoris/ 
Descendi in hortum/Anima mea:86 Alma redemptoris mater (carol);93 AUe-psallite: 
119,318 Alleluia (carol): 93 Alleluja (lauda):170, 265 Alleluia psallat:85, 97, 110, 119 
Alleluia, surrexit Christus: 97 Alman:252 Amor vincens: 119 Angelus ad virginem: 
215 Anima mea:149 Anima Christi (lauda):128 Anime affaticate (lauda):88 Les 
anneaux de Marianson:162 Annunciazione, Nativita, Passione e Resurrezione di 
Cristo:121 Appenzeller Kuhreihen:150 Aria per liuto:304 Au tans d'aoust:97 Au 
tens pascour:85 Aus fahr ich hin:211 L'autre jour/Au tens pascour/In saeculum:91 
L'autre jour me chevauchoie:115 Ave, gloriosa Mater: 120 Ave Maria: 93, 253 Ave 
Mater:120 Ave mitis (lauda):221 Ave rex angelorum (carol): 93 Ave verum:110 
Ay luna que reluces:202 Ay triste vide:202 

Basse danse (Attaingnant):225, 289 Basses danses:98, 207, 267 Beata viscera: 97, 107 
Beata nobis gaudia:119 Belle qui tiens ma vie:286 Belle pour ramour:149 Bele 
Aelis:115 Bele Doette:101, 110 Benedicamus (trope):86 Benedicamus Domine:96, 99, 
110,119 Bevons ma comere:125 Bist du des Goldschmieds Tochter:210 The bitter 
sweet:195 Bon vin (Bayeux Ms): 125, 318 La Bounette:236 Branles:124,267 Branle de 
Poitou (Attaingnant): 289 Brawls:98 Bryd one brere:108 Buona roba abbiam:204 

Calabaza, no se:303 Callinore castore me:294 Can shee ( see Morley, Eso 520) 
Canciones:200 Cant de la Verge: 113 Canzona per repistola:235 Un cavalier di 
Spagna:122 Ces facheux sotz (Attaingnant): 288 Chanson d'amour:101 Chanson de 
mai:123 Chan^onnete/A la cheminee/Veritatem:91 Chevalier mult estes guariz:103 
Chevauchoie lez un bruel:91 Christ der ist erstanden (Glogauer):147, 214, 255 Civitas 
musquam/Cibus esurientum/Tu es celestis curie: 107 Coda di volpe (see Der fuchs 
schwanz) Como poden per sas culpas:97 Concord, laetitia:118 Conductus:112 
Congaudeant Cathollci:97 Corranto:188 Credo (15th c):215 Cristo e nato (lauda):88 

Da I'orto se ne vien la pastorella:122 Dadme albricias:102, 301 Dal cielo venne (lauda): 
88 Dal letto me levava:128 Dale si le das: 303 Dances:86, 90, 98, 101, 102, 137, 176, 
178,255,256 De castitatis thalame (conductus):96, 99 De la crudel morte (lauda): 
170,265 Deo gratias Anglia:215 Desciende al valle:303 Destre amoureux (Attaing- 
nant):206, 226 Deus in adjutorium:119 Deus misertus (conductus):85 Deus tuorum 
militum/De flore martyrum/Ave rex gentis:107 Dieus! je suis j^ preVEt vide: 91 
Dimmi dolce Maria (lau4a):170, 265 Din di rin din:255 Dios te salve:303 Dit le 
Bourguignon:266 Domine (organum):99 La Doune cella:236 Die drei Bauern:256 
Drink to me only:189 Du Lenze gut (Glogauer):147 

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Edi beo thu hevene quene:107 Eius in oriente (organum):99 Elslein (Glogauer):147 
Emendemus:164 En may la rosee:86, 110 En non diu:96, 99 En un vergier:91, 115 
En trinitatis:256 Entlaubet ist der walde:130, 211, 255 Entre copin et bourgeois:110 
Entree suis en pensle:149 Epitaphe de I'amant vert:266 Erfreu sich alles:150 
Estampie:99, 103, 110, 112, 268 Et cuidez-vous que je me joue (Bayeux Ms):234 Et 
gentil Mareschal (Attaingnant):206, 267 Ex semine Abrahae:97 

Face de moi:119 Fantasie:112, 262 Felix nanique:236 Fiamengo:203 Fontaine a vous 
dire:262 Fortuna disperata:304 Fortune laisse-moy (Attaingnant):207 Foweles in the 
frith:97,107 Fretillarde amoureuse pucette:206, 275 FrShlichen will ich singen:150 
Der fuchs schwanz (Glogauer):266 

Gaite de la tor:91 Galliards:193, 207, 226 Gar lustig ich spazieren ging:211 Gaude felix 
Francia (attr. Perotinus):118, 119 Gentils gallans (Bayeux Ms):125 Gepenst licht mij 
so vast:261 Goe from my window:226 Giu per la mala via (lauda):88, 170, 265 
Gloria (carol): 93 Gloria a 4:128 Gloria in cielo (lauda):86, 88 Greensleeves:294 
Gut gsell:211 

Haec est clara dies: 118 Hail Mary (carol): 93 Haulberroys (Attaingnant):289 Have you 
seen but a white lily:181, 189, 194 Herzlich tut mich erfreuen:150 Hier main toz: 
119 Hier matin jouer:115 Hier matin chevauchoie:115 Hoquet:112, 119 Het was 
een maghet:203 

I smile to see: 195 Ich bins erfreut (Glogauer):147, 256, 257 Ich gieng ein mage bayerien: 
226 Ich hab heimlich ergeben:150 Ich kam vor liebes Fensterlein:257 Ich sachs eins 
mals den lichten morgensterne (Glogauer):131, 256, 257, 268 Ich sag ade:127,171 Ich 
setze minen vuoz:85 II me fait mal:149 II me suffit (Attaingnant):130,288 Ille 
(melisma);120 lis ont menty (Bayeux Ms):234 lis sont bien pelez:162 In saeculum 
artifex:110 In seculum viellatoris:85, 110,268 Interlude (Attaingnant):289 Irish 
dumpe (see Morley, Eso.520) Iste confessor: 118 

Das jager horn (Glogauer):261 J'aloie rautre:98 J 'ay prins amours: 206 Je voi douleur/ 
Fauvel autant/Fauvel nous a fait (Roman de Fauvel):86 Jesu Christes milde moder:107 
Jesu corona virginum:268 La jeune religieuse:162 Joliement en douce desiree/Quand 
voi la florette/Je suis joliette:119 

Die katzenpfote (Glogauer):148 Kein Feur, Keine Kohle (Zupfgeigenhansl):210 The 
king's morisco:189 

Ein laeppisch Mann: 256 Lamento de Tristano:86, 89, 103 Languir m'y faut:112 Laroque 
(Attaingnant):288,289 Le lay des amants:116 Letabundus:125 Lied der 
Geissler:211 Die Linde im Thai (Locl>amer):210 Lodate Dio (lauda):88 The lord's 
masque: 184 Loseraie dire: 115 Lullay luUow (carol): 93 

Madre divina (lauda):88 Der mai tritt herein: 150 Main se leva: 91 Make we joy (carol): 
93 Man mei longe:108 Maravillosos et piadosos:113 Maria die sonde: 203 Maria 
durch ein Dornwald ging:210 Mariam matrem:202 Mariam sanctificans:97 Marionette 
douce:97 Marvel not, Joseph (carol):93 Mass "Custodi nos":215 (Gloria) Mass "De 
Tournai"; M. Honegger, Instr & Vocal Ens; 10" LD-2-128 Mass:14th c settings:109 
Merce, merc^ o morte:89 Melismas & estampie:85 Minelied (Lochamer):210 Miserer 
my maker:278 Miserere:222 Mort, j'apelle:112, 206 Motet:112 Mother & maiden: 
287 Le moulin de Paris:215 My friends, the things:195 My Lady Carey's dompe:216 

Ne I'oserey-je dire (Bayeux Ms):115,206 Nell'apparir del sempiterne sole (lauda):88 Der 
neue bauern schwanz (Glogauer):257 The new noddy: 184 Nova, nova (carol):93 Now 
wel may we merthis make:215 Now wolde y faine:226 Nowell, nowell (carol):93 
Nowell sing we: 93 

O admirabile Veneris:97 O cor soave (lauda):170, 265 O Cristo omnipotente (lauda):121 
O death, rock me to sleep:191,290 O divina Virgo:97 O Jesu dulcissime:260 O 
lobal Zio:85 O lux luminis:268 O Maria. Diana Stella (lauda):213, 321 O Maria Virgo 
Davidica:97 O nobilis/O mira/O decus/Apparuit:107 O plasmator (Glogauer):147 



O vaghe montanine:122 O ye happy dames: 193 Opem nobis/Salve Thoma/ Pastor 
cesus:107 Or la truix:96,99 Or sus vous dormes trop:206 Organa:255 Orientis 
partibus:97 

Par un matinet:115 Parce Domine:128 Pase el aqua:256,303 Passione di Cristo:121 
Pastorcico non te aduermos:202 Pastourelle de Colin Muset:115 Pastourelle de Gilbert 
de Berneville:115 Pavane (Attaingnant):288, 289 Pavanes:101,207 Peg-a-Ramsay:294 
Per chazzar maninconie:204 Perche ciascun difendere:257 Perla mia:266 Ung petit 
coup (Attaingnant):206 Der pfauen schwanz (Glogauer):147, 268 II pietoso Gesu (lauda): 
88 Planctus Mariae:88 Plangiamo quel crudel basciare:97 La plus grant chiSre:262 
Poiche (lauda):128 Le point agu:128 Por la puenta juana:165 Pourquoi voules vous 
cousturier (Attaingnant):206 Preambul (Neusiedler):288 Pregon:200 Prendes-y -garde/ 
He! mi enfant: 91 Presulem sanctissimum:171 I^inzen-Tanz:99 Probitate eminentem 
(Glogauer):147 Propheties de la Sibylle:118 Proportz:99 Puellare gremium:97, 107 . 

Quand je parti:119 Quand je vols rhiver:97, 112 Quant horn es en autrui poder: 94 Quand 
je voye renouveler (Bayeux Ms):234 Quando rimiro il ciel (lauda):88 Quel principe che 
regge:304 Quam quaeritis in sepulchro:97 Quen a Virgen:97 

Regi regum glorioso:97 Rende rarme:128 Retroue:236 Rex coeli:96, 99 Rex immense: 
97 Rex virginum:118 Riu, riu:102 Le roi anglais (Bayeux Ms):234 Roman de Fauvel: 
86,119 Rosa fragrans:97 Rounds:166 Rusticus:128 

Saltarello:101, 103, 257,282 Salve, salve, Virgo pia (lauda):100 San Domenico beato 
(lauda):100 Sancta Maria (lauda):128 Sancto Lorenzo:120 Scotch canaries:288 Se je 
chant:86,119, 215 Seh in mein herz (Glogauer):147 Septimus:268 La shy myze:236 
■ Siam galanti di Valenza:304 Sit ^gloria Domini: 97 Sia laudata San Francesco (lauda): 
100 S'on me regarde:116 Sovent me fait souspirer:101 Splelmannstanz:103 Spiritu 
Sancto (lauda):100 Sie gleicht wohl einen Rosenstock (Zupfgeigenhansl):210 Un 
sirventes:94 Stantipes:110, 282 Stirps Jesse:113 Stond wel, moder:108 Suis-je belle: 
162 Sumer is icumen in:97 Sweet Amaryllis stay:290 

Tant que vivray (Attaingnant):288,297 Tappster, drinker:215 Te Deum (carol): 102 
There is no rose:102 Thomas gemma cantuarie:107 Tibi laus (carol):93 Toda me 
casa:256 Tourdions:207, 267 Tournai mass, see Mass "De Tournai" A toye:188, 189 
Transfretasse legitur (conductus):85 Triste suis:149 Triumphal hodie:97 Trotto:98 
Tuba gallicalis:266 Tuit oil qui sunt enamourat:97 

Urbs aquensis (chant):224 

Veneziana:219 Verbum Patris humanatur:97, 107 Veri floris sub figura:97 Verlangen 
that mich kranken (Lochamer):210 Villanellas:282 Virelai sur la mort d'Olivier 
Basselin (Bayeux Ms):234 Virgo:268 Virgo gloriosissima:262 Vitrum nostrum:262 
Volez vos que je vos chant: 91 Vom Himmel hoch O Engelein kommt (Zupfgeigenhansl): 
210 Vostre bargeronette:115 Ein Vroulein edel (Lochamer):257 

Der Walt hat sich entlaubet (Lochamer) (cf Entlaubet ist der Walde):131, 257 What tidings: 
93 Why aske you:252 Why dost thou turn away: 189 Willow song: 288, 294 Worldes 
blis:97,107,108 

Ya cantan los gallos:256 

Recorder pieces: 98 Piece (Glogauer):261 



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PART 



III 



PERFORMER 



INDEX 



PART III 



This is not intended as an exhaustive index, i.e. : every performer or 
performing group for every selection in all the anthologies listed previously is not 
set out here. It is an extensive index, however, and should provide still another 
effective approach to recorded medieval and renaissance works in addition to the 
previous approaches by anthology title (as in Part 1) and by composer and compo- 
sition (as in Part II). 



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CHORUSES 



AACHENER DOMCHOR (Rehmann):156, 224 

Victoria 
AACHENER DOMSINGKNABEN (Rehmann):152, 

156 Isaac, Lassus, Palestrina 
AGRUPACION CORAL DE CAMERA DE PAM- 
PLONA (Morondo):200,284.302 Vecchi, 
Victoria 
ALL SAINTS MALE CHOIR, Worcester, Mass.: 

319 
AMBROSIAN SINGERS: 175 Duf ay , T o m - 

kins 
AMSTERDAM MOTET CHOIR: Lassus 
BASLER KAMMERCHOR:131 
BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS:218 
BERKELEY CHAMBER SINGERS: D e p r e s 
BERLINER MOTETTENCHOR:153, 171 P r a e - 

torius 
BODLEY SINGERS:97, 215 
BONA VENTURA CHOIR: 160 
BOSTON CHORUS PRO, MUSICA:287 
BROMPTON ORATORY CHOIR (H. Washington): 

97,215,216 
CAILLARD VOCAL ENSEMBLE:180, 245 Depres, 

Dufay, Janequin, Praetorius 
CAILLAT [sic] VOCAL ENSEMBLE: Janequin 
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL CHOIR: 192 
CAPILLA CLASICA POLIFONICA:301 
CATAWBA COLLEGE CHOIR: Depres 
LA CHANSON DE FRIBOURG: Palestrina 
CHANTEURS DE ST. -ESTACHE (Martin): 164, 
258 Depres, Du Caurroy, Pales- 
trina , Victoria 
CHANTEURS TRADITIONNELS DE PARIS: 139 

Janequin 
CHANTERELLE LANZA DEL VASTO:123 
CHOEUR D'ENFANTS DE LA MAITRISE RTF:163 
CIRCOLO MUSICALE DI LECCO: Vecchi 
COLUMBIA TEACHERS' COLLEGE CHOIR: 173 
COPENHAGEN BOYS' AND MENS' CHOIR: 99 
CORO DE MADRIGALISTAS DE MEXICO:230 
CORO POLIFONICO GORIZIANO: Marenzio 
CORO POLIFONICO ROMA NO: 142 
COURA UD VOCAL ENSEMBLE: C o s t e 1 e y , 

Depres, Janequin, Lassus 
DESSOFF CHOIRS (Boepple):318 Depres, Du- 
fay, Lassus, Machaut, Palestrina 
DUON CATHEDRAL CHOIR: 118 
DRESDNER KREUZCHOR: 182Praetorius 
ENGLISH SINGERS:231 
ENSEMBLE VOCAL DE PARIS: Depres, 
Lassus 



FERRARA SINGERS: G e s u a 1 d o 

FLEET ST. CHOIR: Byrd 

FLEETWOOD SINGERS:220 Ockeghem 

FRENCH CIRCLE CHOIR: 167 

GHENT ORATORIO SOCIETY:203 

GOLDEN AGE SINGERS (Field-Hyde):232 Do w - 

land, Marenzio, Morley, Tomkins 
GREGORIAN INSTITUTE CHOIR:279 
HAMLINE SINGERS: Morales 
HANNOVERSCHER KNABENCHOR: S c h r o e t e r 
HARVARD GLEE CLUB (Woodworth):161, 213 
HARVARD & RADCLIFF CHOIRS: 174, 280, 293 

G. Gabrieli 
HEINRICH-SCHOtZ-KREIS, MUNICH:214 
HEINRICH-SCHUTZ CHOR, HEILBRONN: 

Lee hne r 
HESSISCHE KANTOR£I:209 Praetorius 
JOUVE VOCAL ENSEMBLE:286 
KANTOREI BARMEN-GEMARKE: Eccard, 

Praetorius 
KINDERCHOR BENDER:150 
KING'S COLLEGE CHOIR: Gibbons 
KREDER VOCAL ENSEMBLE: Costeley , Jane- 
quin, Lassus, Servin 
LAMY SINGGEMEINSCHAFT:151, 155,275 
LECCO, CIRCOLO MUSICALE DI: Vecchi 
LECCO ACADEMY CHOIR: Palestrina, 

Victoria 
LONDON CHAMBER SINGERS:216 
LONDON CHORAL SOCIETY (Bath): Byrd 
LUCA MARENZIO ENSEMBLE: 132 
MADRIGAL GU1LD:309 T a 1 1 i s 
MADRIGALISTI MILANESI (Fait):143, 228 
MAITRISE DE LA METROPOLE DE RENNES:277 
MAITRISE DE L'ORATOIRE DU LOUVRE:281 
MASTREECHTER STAR CHORUS:240 
MEXICO, Coro de Madrigalistas de:230 
MONACO CATHEDRAL CHOIR:242 
MONTSERRAT ABBEY CHOIR: Victoria 
"MOTET ET MADRIGAL" CHORALE:134 
MT. ANGEL CHOIR: Palestrina, Victoria 
MUZIEKKRING OBRECHT:263 
NETHERLANDS CHAMBER CHOIR (de Nobel):168, 

183,269,291 Palestrina, Swelinck, 

Victoria 
NETHERLANDS VOCAL QUARTET:129 
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY ALUMNI 

CHORUS:196 
NONESUCH SINGERS:167 Byrd 
LE NUOVE MUSICHE: L u z z a s c h i 
ORIANA SINGERS: F a rn a b y 



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OPEN SCORE SOCIETY: 167 

Pamplona Chorus. See AGRUPACION CHORAL 

DE CAMERA DE PAMPLONA 
PARAPHONISTES DE ST. -JEAN DES MATINES: 

85,128,129 
PAULIST CHOIR, CHICAGO:276 
PERIOD CHORAL SOCIETY, STRASSBOURG: 

Palestrina 
PETITS CHANTEURS DE LA RENAISSANCE: 

313 Palestrina 
PETITS CHANTEURS DE ST, -LAURENT: 179 
POLIFONICA AMBROSIANA:88,259,260 
POMONA COLLEGE GLEE CLUBS: Depres 
PORTLAND SYMPHONIC CHOIR: Victoria 
PRAGUE MADRIGALISTS: Lass us 
PRIMA VERA SINGERS: 93, 141 Morley 
PRO MUSICA CHORAL SOCIETY: 169 
QUARTETTO POLIFONICO:170, 265 
RADIO-BERLIN CHORUS:127 
RANDOLPH SINGERS:197,298,310 Gesualdo, 

Weelkes, Wilbye 
REGENSBURGER DOMSPATZEN:283 
RENAISSANCE CHORUS:201 
RENAISSANCE SINGERS:172. 308 Byrd, 

Isaac, TaUis 
ROBERT SHAW CHORALE:299 
ROGER WAGNER CHORALE: 185 Palestrina 
ST. ANT OINE CHOIR: Dufay 
ST. HEDWIGS CATHEDRAL CHOIR: G . 

Gabrieli, Palestrina 
ST. JOHN THE DIVINE CATHEDRAL CH01R:254 
ST. -JORDI CHOIR, BARCELONA: 165 
SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE CHOIR: T a 1 1 i s 
SCHOLA DU GRAND SCOLASTICAT DES P^RES 

DU ST. -ESPRIT DE CHEVILLY:251 



SCHOLA GREGORIANA OF COPENHAGEN: 99 
SCHOLA MELLURGICA BADIA GROTTAFERRATA: 

111 
SESTETTO LUCA MARENZI 0:227 
SINGGEMEINSCHAFT LAMY:151, 155, 275 
SISTINE CHAPEL CHOIR:295, 296 Palestrina 
SPANISH NATIONAL RADIO CHORUS: Victoria 
STANFORD UNIVERSITY CHORUS (Schmidt): 

229,243 
STIFTSKANTOREI GUTERSLOH: Praetorius 
SWABIAN CHORUS: L a s s u s 
TRAPP FAMILY:321 
TREVISO, CAPELLA DI:248-250 A , & G . 

Gabrielli 
VASSAR MADRIGAL SINGERS:217 
VATICAN CHOIR:292 
VERSAILLES CHOIR: Victoria 
VIENNA ACADEMY CHOIR:300 
VIENNA AKADEMIE KAMMERCHOR: H a n d 1 , 

Isaac , Palestrina 
VIENNA CHAMBER CHOIR:314 
VIENNA CHOIR BOYS:312 
VIENNA KAMMERCHOR: Lassus 
VIENNA PRO MUSICA CHOIR: Palestrina 
VOCAAL ENSEMBLE, NCRV HILVERSUM (Voor- 

berg): Do wland , Swelinck 
WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL CHOIR:205 
WASHINGTON CHAMBER CHORUS: Byrd 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY CHOIR: Victoria 
WELCH CHORALE:246,247 Palestrina, 

Victoria 
WESTFALISCHEN KANTOREI: Hassler. 

Lechner, Praetorius 
WINDSBACHER KNABENCHOR: Eccard 



CONDUCTORS 



AIRD: Depres 

ALBERT: G. Gabrieli 

D'ALESSI:248-250 A . & G. Gabrieli 

APPIA:G. Gabrieli 

ARNDT:171 Praetorius 

BARON: G. Gabrieli 

BARTOLUCCI:295,236 Palestrina 

BATH: Byrd 

BESSON:163 

Biella. See POLIFONICA AMBROSIANA 



Boepple. See DESSOFF CHOIRS 

BOULANGER:116,208 

BRENN:312 

BROWN:201 Isaac 

CALDER:169 

CALLAWAY:205 Byrd 

CAMILLUCCI: Palestrina , Vecchi, 

Victoria 
CAMPBELL:172. 192 B y r d 
Cape. See PRO MUSICA ANTIQUA, BRUSSELS 



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CAROL:242 

CAVALLI:227 

CHABAY: Dufay 

CHAILLE:266/7 

COTTE:176 

CRAFT: Gesualdo 

DART:n7, 222 Dow land , Gibbons 

DEISS:251 

DAVENPORT:98.282 

de Nobel. See NETHERLANDS CHAMBER 
CHOIR AND LASS US 

DE VERON:196 

DE PAUW:203 

EECKHOUT:261-2 

Ehmann. See WESTFALISCHE KANTOREI 

ENGLE:308 

ERLENDSON: T a 1 1 i s 

Fait. See MADRIGALISTI MLANESI 

Field-Hyde. See GOLDEN AGE SINGERS 

FORSTER: G . Gabrieli, Palestrina. 

GEER:217 

■GILLESBERGER:300 Lassus, Palestrina 

GREENBERG:93,141 Morley , Tallis, See 
also N.Y. Pro Musica 

GRISCHKAT: Lassus 

GROSSMAN:314 Handl, Isaac, Pales- 
trina 

Haas. See'KREFELD COLLEGIUM MUSICUM 

HENNIG: S c h r o e t e r 

HINDEMITH:316 

HOBBS: Farnaby 

HOLIDAY: Morales 

M. HONEGGER:139 Jane qui n 

HORNUNG:281 

HOWARD: B y r d 

HUGHES: 97 

HUNTER: M a c h a u t 

lOUVE: Depres , Lassus 

KAELIN: Palestrina 

KAHLHOFER: Eccard, Praetorius 

KOCH:126 

KOEKELKOR£N:240 

KUGLER:218 

LAWRENCE: Byrd 

LEWKOVITCH:99 

LUPI: G. Gabrieli 

Martin. See CHANTEURS DE ST. -EUSTACHE 

MART ORELL: 165 

MAUERSBERGER:182 Praetorius 

MENESTR£LLI:233 

M0LLER:99 

Morondo. See PAMPLONA CHORUS 



MUDDE: Lassus, Swell ncl< 

MONCHINGER: G . Gabrieli 

NESBITT:290 

NOYRE:96,313 

ODON: Victoria 

OPIENSKI:134 

ORD: Gibbons 

ORHANT:277 

PAGOT:96,313 

PATTERS ON: 28 7 

POHL: Lassus 

RAUGEL:129,138 

REFICE:292 

Rehmann. See AACHENER DOMCHOR; AACHEN - 

ER DOMSINGKNABEN 
REICH:209 Praetorius 
RIBO:301 
ROSE:215 

ROUSSEL: Victoria 
RUSSELL:280 Depres 
SACHER:131 
SAMS0N:118 
SANDI:230 
SARACENI:132 

Schmidt. See STANFORD UNIVERSITY CHORUS 
SCHREMS:283 

SCHUMAN: A . & G, Gabrieli 
SEGARRA: Victoria 
SEGHIZZI: Marenzio 
SMITH: Byrd 
STEVENS: Dufay 
STONE: A . & G. Gabrieli 
TARDO:lll 
TEYSSEIRE:241 
THEURING: Palestrina 
TOSATO:142 

VOORBERG: Dowland, Swelinck 
G, WAGNER: Praetorius 
WALTER: Dowland 
E. WASHINGTON:309 
H. Washington. See BROMPTON ORATORY 

CHOIR 
WASNER:321 
WEAVER: Depres 
WEISS: Victoria 
WERNER: Lechner 
WEYLER: Clement 
WILSON: 173 
W0LDIKE:96,235 

Woodworth. See HARVARD GLEE CLUB 
WYTON:254 
ZURFLUH:179 



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HARPSICHORD 



CHESSID: Dow land 
CHIASSON:189 
COTELLE:234 
DART:184, 198, 236-239 
ELSNER: S w e 1 i n c k 
GERLIN:186 
GOBLE:184 
KIRKPATRICK:223, 322 



KOENIG:188 

LEONHARDT:187 

MONTEROSSO:100 

MULLER:157 

NEUMEYER: B y r d 

VAN ROYEN: S w e 1 i n c k 

WOLFE:191,193 



INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE 



ANGELIC UM ORCHESTRA: G. Gabrieli 
BOYD NEEL STRING ORCHESTRA: 177 
CHAMBER BRASS PLAYERS:311 
DEVEVEY ENSEMBLE: 178 
ELIZABETHAN PLAYERS: 2 90 
ENSEMBLE ITALIEN DTNSTRUMENTS 

ANCIENS:233 
FRENCH NAVY BAND: A . Gabrieli 
GENEVA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: Dow land 
GROUPE DES INSTRUMENTS ANCIENS, 

PARIS:176 
IN NOMINE PLAYERS: T o m k i n s 
JACOBEAN ENSEMBLE: Gibbons 
LONDON CHAMBER PLAYERS :175 
LE MENESTRANDI:241 



IMUSIChG. Gabrieli 

MUSICIANS WORKSHOP RECORDER CONSORT: 

282 
NEW MUSIC STRING QUARTET: Gibbons 
NEW YORK BRASS ENSEMBLE: G . Gabrieli 
NORTHERN CONSORT :270 
PHILOMUSICA OF LONDON: Do wla nd 
QUARTETTO ITALIANO: G . Gabrieli 
ROLLIN TRIO: 112 
ROLLIN ENSEMBLE: 101, 115 
STUTTGART CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: G. 

Gabrieli 
VIELLE TRIO:255,256 
VIENNA STATE OPERA BRASS ENSEMBLE: A . 6 

G . Gabrieli 



LUTE (or GUITAR) 



AZPIAZU:181 

BLOCH:226,252,288 Dow land 
BREAM:126,190 Dowland 
BYRD (guit):140 
CLARY: 94, 123, 124 
DUPRE:187,278,294 



GERWIG:157.159 Garsi 
IADONE:106 Dowland 
LEEB:95,211,219,221,297 
PODOLSKY:225 Le Roy 
ROLLIN: 125 
SCHEIDT (guit):285 



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ORGAN 



BIGGS: S we line k 

BONNET: 135 

CASTELLVI:307 

DEDONA:A.&G. Gabrieli 

DUPRE:135 

ESPOSITO:145.274 

GERMANI:212 

HAGER: Hofhaimer 

HEITMANN: Swelinrk 

JONES:184 



KEE: S welinck 
KING: Byrd 
MARCHAL:135 
NOEHREN:320 S welinck 
PEETERS:271,272.273 
SCHMIDT: Schlick 
SCHOnSTEDT: S w e 1 i n c k 
SUPPER: S welinck 
WOLFE: 109 
WYTON: S welinck 



PIANOFORTE 



BONNEAU: Dow land 



VERGER: 162 



VIOLS AND GAMBAS 



BARAB:104,105,107,108 
BLACKMAN:107 



DONlNGTON:184 
WENZINGER:157 



VIRGINALS 



WINOGRON: Farnaby, Morley 



VOCAL SOLOISTS 



BRESSLER (tnr):105, 107, 109 

BRYNLEY:191 

CARBI (m-sop):100 

CUENOD (tnr):95. 189, 211, 219, 211, 297 

DELLER (c-tnr):187, 194, 202, 278, 294, 315 

DEMIGNY (bar):112 

DONIAT (bar):125 



FEYERABEND (tnr): Senfl 
FULLER (bar):181 
GUILLEAUME (sop):157 
KARINE (m-sop):113 
LA MARC 'HADOUR (bar):234 
LANGSTAFF (bar): Dow land 
LEWIS (tnr): Dowland 



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LUCCA (sop):89 

MEILI (tnr):85,88,133 

MICHAELIS (tnr):157 

MYERS (bar): 10 9 

NOBILE (tnr):89 

NOTLEY:191 

OBERLIN (c-tnr):104-109 Dow land 

PEARS (tnr):126.190 



PERRY (tnr):105,107 

PIFTEAU(m-sop):162 

ROBERTSON (tnr):255, 256 Dow land 

SANDRI (bar): 234 

SOAMES (tnr):159 

TESSIER (tnr):94, 112, 123, 124 

TINAYRE (tnr):120 

VAN ACKER (sop): le Roy 

VESSiIrES (bass): 125 



VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE 



ANTIQUA PLAYERS: 204 

ANTWERP COLLEGIUM MUSICUM: Clement 

BLANCHARD INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL 

ENSEMBLE:119, 124, 206, 244. 289 D e p r e s , 

Dufay, Machaut 
M. CASADES US ENSEMBLE: G. Gabrieli, 

Maschera 
CHAPELLE DE BOURGOGNE CHORUS AND IN- 

STRUMENTS:261-262 
DELLER CONSORT:158, 175, 195 Morley , 

T allis , Wilbye 
NEW YORK BLESSED SACRAMENT QUARTET 

AND CHORUS:253 



NEW YORK PRO MUSICA (Greenberg):102, 117, 

166,199 Tallis 
ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY COLLEGIUM MUSICUM: 

Machaut 
KREFELD COLLEGIUM MUSICUM (Haas):103, 

257,268 
PRO MUSICA ANTIQUA, BRUSSELS:85-87, 90-92, 

97, 110, 128, 146, 148, 149, 154, 207, 215, 303 

Byrd, Depres, Dowland, Dufay 
UTRECHTS MOTETGEZELSCHAP: Lassus, 

S welinck 
WENZINGER CONSORT :315 
YALE COLLEGIUM MUSICUM:316 



MEDIEVAL AND 

RENAISSANCE MUSIC 

ON 
LONG-PLAYING RECORDS 



FIRST SUPPLEMENT 

1960-1961 



A NOTE ON THE SUPPLEMENT 



This Supplement brings the coverage of this total volume down to the end 
of 1961. With but a few minor exceptions, it follows the format and methods of the 
basic index, pages 1-88. 

Only in this Part I have any sizeable changes in format been made. Here, 
since there are fewer anthologies which need be included under names of individual 
composers, and fewer works by each composer which require indexing than there were 
in the index to the basic list, the contents of a record devoted to the works of an 
individual, e.g. , Depres, are simply set out beneath each separate record cited. The 
pattern of indexing within indexing, which was a necessary feature of the basic list, has 
not been followed. 

In scope, the Supplement is identical to the basic list. 

The method of indicating performers, and the form for citing chant record- 
ings, remain relatively unchanged and easy to interpret. Most abbreviations used here 
are those appearing in the earlier list (see pages vii-x). 

Since the completion of the earlier portion of the work, Mr. Colvig has 
taken a position in the Music Division of the Oakland, California Public Library. The 
geographic distance between the two compilers, we hope, has not introduced more 
inconsistencies and errors than might otherwise be expected. In any case, we shall 
welcome, as we stated earlier, users informing us of such faults as they notice them. 



JBC 

April, 1962 



91 



SUPPLEMENT 
PART I 



ANTHOLOGIES OF MEDIEVAL 

AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC 

Numbering is continued from basic list p37 



CHAN T 



323 Beuron. Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Martin; Pfaff, cond. 

Exsequiarum ordo (Absolution after tfie Requiem) 7" DGG Arch (Br) 

EPA 37139 

324 Tertia missa in Nativitate Domini Nostri Jesu Christi. (sch Feb 61) 

DGG ARC-3143; 73143 

325 Prima missa in Nativitate Domini Nostri Jesu Christi. APM 14152; SAPM 198153 

326 Choeur des Moines de I'Abbaye de Montserrat; Dom Cunill, dir. 

Messe "Spiritus Domini" (Propre du dimanche de la Pentecote) 7" 33.3rpm 

327 Messe "Salve Sancta Parens" (Commun des fetes de la Sainte Vierge) 

7" 33.3rpm 

328 Messe I "Lux et Origo" (Commun des ihesses au temps pascal) 7" 33.3rpm 

329 Messe "Misericordia Domini" (Propre du 2e dimanche apres Paques) 

7" 33.3rpm 

330 Nuns Choir of the Benedictine Abbey Unserer Lieben Frau; Varensell, cond. (NB: sch June 61 

says performed by Solesmes Abbey Choir; Gajard, dir.) 
Missa in Festo Assumptionis B. M. V. 

331 St. Joseph's Abbey Choir; Gajard, dir. 

This is high mass, (sch June 61) 

332 St, Susanna Choir; MacEwan, dir. 

Mass orbis factor, (sch feb 60) 

333 Solesmes Abbey Choir; Gajard, dir. 

Midnight mass for Christmastide. (sch June 61) 

334 Messes du temps pascal: Dimanche du Quasimodo 

335 Messe VIII (etc.) 

336 Good Friday (sch mar 61) 

337 Septuagesima (sch mar 61) 

338 Roger Wagner Chorale. 

[program unspecified, sch dec 61] 

339 Welch Chorale. 

Mass XVI; Gloria XV; Credos I & III; Responses at high mass (sch may 60) 

10" Greg EL 11 



AMS 12.001 

AMS 12.002 
AMS 12.003 

AMS 12.004 



DGG ARC-3152; 73152 



St. Joseph's-1002 



Col 



KL 5311 



0-/ 



DGG ARC-3142; 73142 

Dec 173956 
7" 45rpm Dec 462525 
Lon 5598; OS 25229 (st) ^-766 
Lon 5590; OS 25230 (st)j^-y(^^ 



Greg 



EL 23 



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MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE 



340 Alte deutsche Weihnachtschore. Kantorei Barmen -Gemarke (Kahlhofer). 

[PRAETORIUS, Dem neugebornen Kindelein; Der Morgenstern ist aufgedrungen. ECCARD, 
Uebers Gebirg Maria geht; Maria wallt zum Heiligtum. ZANGIUS. Congratulamini 
nunc omnes. SCHROETER. Freut euch, ihr lieben Christen. SCHEIN. Vom Himmel 
hoch. LECHNER. Nun schein, du Glanz der Herrlichkeit] (adv nov 61) 

10" BM R-603 

341 Anthologie de la chanson francaise de 1450 a 1550; de Gilles Binchois a Guillaume Costeley. 

Edited by Albert Seay. Ensemble Vocal Roger Blanchard (and many soloists). 

[AGRICOLA. De tons biens pleine; D'ung autre amer. BINCHOIS, Marguerite fleur de 
valeur; Men coeur chante. BRUHIER, Laturatu. BUSNOIS. Seule a par moy. CERTON. 
Ho! le vilain. CLEMENS NON PAPA. Aymer est ma vie; Une filiette bien gorri^re. 
CONSEIL. Si de nouveau. COSTELEY, Toutes les nuits. CREQUILLON. A vous en est; 
Je suis aime de la plus belle; Plaisir n'ay plus. PIERRE DE LA RUE. Pourquoi non. 
GIACHES DE PONT. Fringotez, jeunes fillettes; Hai de par Dieu. DUC DE BOURGOGNE. 
Madame trop vous me spremSs. DUFAY. Je ne vis oncques la pareille; Mon coeur me 
fait tons dispenser. DULOT. Longtemps y a. HAYNE VAN GHIZEGHEM. Mon souvenir. 
GOMBERT. Vostre beaute plaisante. HESDIN. Plaindre I'eiinuy; Ramonez moy ma 
cheminee; Ung vray musicien. ISAAC. Le serviteur; Mon pere m'a donne mari. 
JACOTIN. Du feu d'amours; Moi qui ne fais jamais. JANEQUIN. La chasse; Mais ma 
mignonne; O cruaute; Or sus vous dormes trop; Qu'est-ce d'amours. DEPRES. La deplor- 
ation d'Ockeghem; Petite camusette; Plusieurs regrets. LE HEURTEUR. Aliens un peu 
plus avant; Or m'y rendez mon karolus. LOURDOYS. Amours m'y trottent par la panse. 
COMPERE. L'autre jour m'y chevauchoye; Faisons boutons. R. MORTON. N'aray-je 
jamais. MOUTON. Jamais, jamais. MUREAU. Je ne fais plus. OKEGHEM. Aultre 
Venus. PASSEREAU. Helas Madame; Sur la rous^e. RENES. L'ardent d^sir. SANDRIN. 
Puisque de vous. SENTERRE. Fait elle pas bien? SERMISY. Changeons propos; D'ou 
vient cela; Tant que vivray; Secourez moy; Tu disais que j'en mourrais. STOCKEM. 
Ha traistre amours. VILLIERS. Ne te plains tant. WILLAERT. Dessus le marche d'Arras. 
ANON. L'amour de moy; Branle de Poitou (lute); Ces facheux sots; La cuiller d'or; 
Faictes si vous plaist vostre omosne; Je demeure seule egaree; Ma Marie; Ma miette m'a 
mande; Nostre dince; Pavane des dieux; Plut a la vierge Marie; Rossignolet, connais-tu 
point ma mie; Le Rote de Rode; La tete me fait si grand mal; Tourdion (lute); and other 
dances. (Many of these are from the Attaingnant collection).] 

3-12" Dis 330.222-4 

342 Anthologie de la Musique d'Orgue des Primitifs a la Renaissance. Pierre Froidebise (organ) 

[SHEPHERD. JOHN. I give you a new commandment (Mulliner). NEWMAN (16th c) A pavan 
(Mulliner). BUCHNER, Es gieng ein man den burg uff, HOFHAIMER. Ave maris Stella; 
Dulcis Virgo Maria. KLEBER. 8 preludes. KOTTER. Aus tieffer nodt schry ich zu dir 
(De profundis); Nach willen dein (after Hofhaimer). PAUMANN. Mit ganczem Willen. 
CAVAZZONI. Canzona sopra il le bel e bon. M. A. CAVAZZONI. Salve Virgo. 
ATTAINGNANT, ed. Duels amica (Trieze Motets); Versets 1,2,5.6. du Kyrie Cuncti- 
potens. CARREIRA. Fantasie du l^r son. BERMUDO. Cantus del primero por elami; 
Cantus del primero por mi; Range lingua (Tantum ergo). CABEZON. Hymno a 3; Die 
nobis Maria; Tiento del primer tono; Diferencias sobre la pavana italiana; Magnificat 
du 4™e ton. PERAZA. Medio registro alto del primer tono. TOMAS DE SANTA MARIA. 
Fugue in G; 8 Fantasias on the 8 Modes; Tanido de corcheas. CORREA DE AR.'^UXO. 
Lauda Sion. JEAN DE LUBLIN. Saltarella. ANON. (English): Organ estampie (Roberts- 
bridge Fragment); Upon la mi re; O ye happy dames (Mulliner); My Lady Carey's dompe; 



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Whose faithful service (Mnlliner); l^a shy muse (Mullinei); l.a Douiie cella (Mulliner). 
ANON. (German): Christ isterstanden (Glogauer); Mocht ich din bergerii (Buxheimer); 
3 verses of "Kyrie de Sancta Maria Virgine. " ANON. (Italian): Qucsta faneiulla (after 
Landini); 4 versetti per organo; Fantaisie (Liber Fratrum Cruciferorum Leodiensium). 
ANON. (Polish): Cantio Polonico. ANON. (Flemisli): Saltarella (Tabulature Jean de 
Lublin). ANON. (French): Jour a jour la vie (Codex Faenza, 117); Kyrie (Codex Faenza, 
117); Belle jeune fleur de 15 ans (Codex Carminum Gallicorum); Ducis arnica (Attain- 
gnant collection). ANON. (Spanish): Tres (Libro de Cifra Neuva Venegas de Henestrosa); 
Suite des faux bourdons en dialogue.] 3-12" Due 320131-3 

343 An Anthology of Elizabethan Keyboard Music. Michael Thomas. 

[BULL. Duke of Brunswicke's alman; Duchesse of Brunswicke's toye; A gigge; Dr. Bull's my 
selfe. BYRD. O mistris myne; La volta; Callino Casturame; Rowland. FARNABY. A 
maske. GIBBONS. The galliard. MUNDAY. Munday's joye. OYSTERMAYRE. Gali- 
arda. ANON. 2 almans. 10" Classics Club M-510 

ARCHIVE PRODUCTION: IV. The High Renaissance 

344 Ser. N. (The Circle of the Venetian Style). Schola Cantorum Basiliensis; A. Wenzinger, dir. 

[MASCHERA. Canzon V "La Maggia." A GABRIELI. Ricercare IX del XII tono. VIADANA. 

Canzon a 8 "La Padovano." MASSAINO. Canzon XXXIV; Canzon XXV a 16. Verso: 

works by G. GABRIELI, q.v.'] DGG ARC-3154 

««««««« 

345 Chants religieux du moyen ige et de la renaissance. Ensemble Vocal du Conservatoire, Milan; 

Bortone, dir. , and Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, dir. 

[QUAGLIATI. Madre divina. SOTO. Quando rimlro il ciel; II pietoso Gesu. ANIMUCCIA. 
Lodate Die. ANON, (monodic laude): Dal ciel venne messo novello; Cristo e nato; 
Gloria in cielo. (polyphonic laude): Giu per la mala via; Nell'apparir del sempiterno 
sole; Anime affaticate] (dis 116) 10" HMC 25104 

346 Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford; Dr. S. Watson, cond. 

[VICTORIA. Mass, "Simile est Regnum Coelorum" (trans. Leon Saint Requier): Kyrie; 
Gloria; Sanctus; Hosanna; Benedictus; Agnus Dei I and II. BYRD. Prevent us, O Lord; 
Sing joyfully; Bow thine ear. BATTEN. O Praise the Lord; Deliver us, O Lord; Hear my 
prayer] (gram aug 61) Delyse' ECB-3159; DS-6059 

347 Consort of Musicke. Consort Players; S. Beck, dir. 

[ALLISON. Allison's knell; Batchelars delight; Goe from my window. BULL. Pipers galliard. 
BYRD. My Lord of Oxenford's maske. DOWLAND. Can she excuse my wrongs; Galliard, 
can she excuse; Galliard to Captaine Pipers pavin; Flow, my tears; If my complaints 
could passions move; Lachrimae pavin. GIBBONS. Wood so wild. MORLEY. Joyne 
hands (See, my own sweet jewel); Sola soletta. PEERSON. Pipers paven. ANON. Those 
eyes that set my fancie on a fire; Cries of London. ] Col KL 5627 

348 Deutsche Liedsatze des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts. Various performers. 

[BODENSCHATZ. Josef, lieber Josef mein. ARNOLD VON BRUCK. Christ der ist erstanden, 
Halleluja. CALVISIUS. Nun lob mein Seel den Herren. ECCARD. Nun lob mein Seel 
den Herren. GESIUS. O Christe Morgenstern. PRAETORIUS. Geh aus mein Herz und 
suche Freud; In duici jubilo, nun singet und seid froh; Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist; 
Nun lob mein Seel den Herren; Wir wollen alle frohlich sein. SENFL. Gelobet seist du 
Christe. VULPIUS. Gelobet sei Gott im hochsten Thron. WALTER. All Morgen ist ganz 
frisch un neu; Josef, lieber Josef mein (plus works by Scheln, Bach, Schiitz, Buxtehude, 
Ebeling, andStaden).] Can 1114-P 

349 Elizabethan and Jacobean Ayres, Madrigals and Dances. N.Y. Pro Musica; Noah Greenberg, 

dir. 

[MORLEY, About the May Pole; Clorinda false; My bonny lass she smyleth; Phyllis, I faine 
would die now. DOWLAND. Flow my tears (Lacrimae); Shall I sue?; Lady, if you so 



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spight mee. BYRD. A pavan and the galliard (hpsi); This sweet merry month of May. 
HUME. Tobacco. GIBBONS. London street cries. COPERARIO. 3 dances for a masque 
(instr). JONES. Dreames and Imaginations. FAEIMER. Fair Phyllis I saw. CAMPIAN. 
Breake now my heart and dye. ANON. Woodycock; 3 dances from the MuUiner Book 
(instr)] Dec 9406; 79406 (st) 

350 The English Country Dancing Master. Telemann Society Orchestra; Schulze, cond. 

[arrangements for string orch. , recorders, and keyboard instruments of: Playford dances; 
"Rigs O'Marlowe"; "The Maid Peep'd out at the Window" or "Friar in the Well"; 
"Woodycock"; "Greensleeves"; 3 country dances; PURCELL. "Hole in the Wall, ' from 
Abdelazer] Vox DL 470 

351 The Festive Pipes (5 Centuries of Dance Music for Recorders). Krainis Recorder Consort. 

[GERVAISEo Passamezzo, Pavane, and Galliarde; Allemande; Bransle de Champaigne; 
Bransle de Bourgogne. SCHEIDT. Intrada; Galliarde; Courant dolorosa a 4; Courante. 
DOWLAND. Lachrimae antiquae; Earl of Essex Galiard; Mr. George Whitehead his al- 
mand. ANON. A Toye; My Robbin; Tickle my toe; Daphne; Stantipes (13th c); La 
Quinte estampie real and La Quarte estampie real (13th c); Paduana del re; Saltarella 
de la ragione; La Rocha e'l Fuso; La Manfrolina; Lamento di Tristano; Saltarello (14th c); 
Alta (14th c); and others] (arg sept 60) Kapp KCL 9034 

352 Flemish and German Motets from the 16th and 17th Centuries. 

[LECHNER, Deutsche SprUche von Leben und Tod. SCHEIN. Zion spricht; Der Herr hat 
mich verlassen; Dennoch bleibe ich stets an dir. LASSUS, Die Klagen des Hiob, Teil 
VII, Also works by Hammerschmidt, Kuhnau, and Eccard] (adv) 

Cantate 1113 LP 

353 Franzosische Chormusik des 16. Jahrhunderts. Ensemble Vocal de Paris; P. Caillard, cond. 

[COSTELEY. Que de passions et douleurs; Quand le berger vit la bergfere; Je vols de 
glissantes eaux. BONNET. Francion vint I'autre jour. LLANSON. Chamberifere. 
PASSEREAU. II est bel et bon] (adv, nov 61) Camerata CM 17006 

(EP) 

354 The French Ars Antiqua. (Music of the Middle Ages, Vol. VII: The 13th Century). Composi- 

tions from the Montpellier Ms. Oberlin (c-tnr); Bressler (tnr); Price (tnr); Myers (bar); 

Blackman (viol) 

[Salve, Virgo/ Verbum caro factum (284 in Ms); Desconfortes ai este/ Amors, qui m'a 
(124); Ne m'a pas oublie (207); Salvatoris hodie (Perotin); Blanchete comme flenr/ 
Quant je pens (168); J'ai si bien/ Aucun m'ont par (128); Qui amours/ Li dous pensers/ 
Cis a cui (280); Li doz/ Trop ai lone/ Ma loiaute's (28); Mors a primi/ Mors, que/ 
Mors morsu (35); Ja n'amerai/Sire Dieus (137); J'ai mis/Je n'en puis (255); O natio que 
vitiis (47); Deus in adiutorium (1); Deus in adiutorium (303); Povre secors/Gaude, chorus 
(39); Quant vol I'erbe/Salve, Virgo (43); Flor de lis/Je n'en puis/Douce dame (164); On 
parole/A Paris/Frese nouvelle (319); Dame, qui j 'aim/Amors vaint/Au tous d'este (23); 
Cest quadruble/Voz n'i dormires/Biaus cuers (30)] EA 35 

355 French Music of the Courts of Burgundy and Versailles. Saturday Consort. 

[BINCHOIS. Mon cuer chante; De plus en plus. BUSNOIS. Aucune dame. DUFAY. Pour 
I'amour; Ce jour le doibt; Donnes I'assault. BARDIREAU. Een frolic wesen; Der pfoben 
swancz. Also Couperin and Leclair. ] CE 1037 

356 The Golden Age of English Lute Music. Bream (lute) 

[R. JOHNSON. 2 Almaines; Carman's whistle. J. JOHNSON. Fantasia. CUTTING. Wal- 
singham; Almaine; Greensleeves. DOWLAND. Mignarda; Galliard upon a galliard of 
Daniel Batchelar; Batell galliard. ROSSETER. Galliard. MORLEY. Pavan. BULLMAN. 
Pavan. BATCHELAR. Mounsieurs almaine. HOLBORNE. Pavan; Galliard. ] 

LD 2560; LDS 2560 



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357 The Golden Age of Spanish Music. Peloquin Chorale. 

[HEREDIA. Ensalada; Obra de octavo tona. CABEZON. Differencias sobre "Ut queant 
laxis"; Differencias sobre la gallarda Milanesa. MORALES. O Crux ave (motet). 
VICTORIA. Missa quarti toni. Plus works by Cabanilles] (sch mar 61) 

Greg S 204 

358 Histoire de France par les chansons, Vol. 1: Les Croisades. Various performers. 

[THIBAUT DE CHAMPAGNE. Seigneurs sachiez. . . ; Au temps plein de felonie. QU^NES 
DE BETHUNE. Ahi ! Amors. HUGUES D'OISY. Maugre tous saints. GUIOT DE DIJON. 
Chanterai pour mon courage (Ms du Roi). FAIDIT. Mort de Richard Coeur de Lion] 
This disc is to accompany the book by Pierre Barbier and France Vernillat of the same 
title, (adv) 7" 33. 3 LDY-4101 

359 Hufstader Singers. 

[JANNEQUIN. Ce mois de mai. LASSUS. Soyons joyeux. PILKINGTON. Rest sweet 
nymphs. MORLEY. April is in my mistress' face. PALESTRINA. Sicut cervus. DOW- 
LAND. Weep you no more sad fountains. Plus works by S. Barber, Ravel and others] 
(sch mar 61) Cook 11312 (ST) 

360 Italienische Lautenmusik der Renaissance. Walter Gerwig (lute) 

[GALILEI. Zwei Madrigale; Ricercare. MICHELANGELO GALILEI. Correnta. FRANCESCO 
DA MILANO. Ricercare. ANON. Various dances and madrigals. ] (adv) 

10" Harmonia Mundi 
HM 25-151 

361 Italienische Musik der Renaissance. Chorus and Soloists of the Polifonica Ambrosiana; Biella, 

dir. 

[CARA. S'o sedo all'ombra. DEMOPHON, Vidi or cogliendo rose. A. GABRIELI. Toccata 

del X tono. GAFFURIO. O sacrum convivium; Missa trombetta (Sanctus). GASTOLDI. 

Viver lieto voglio. MARENZIO, Quando sorge Taurora. MILANO. Canzon de le ucelli. 

NEGRI. 3 dances. PALESTRINA. Mass Aeterna Christi munera (Sanctus & Benedictus). 

SOTO. Pietoso Gesu. TROMBONCINO. Ave Maria. VECCHI. Fa una canzona senza 

note nere. ANON. O Jesu dulcissime. ] (sch may 62) Amadeo AVRS 6126 (ST); 

Bach 623 

362 "Jubilate Deo. " Norddeutscher Singkreis; G. Wolters, cond. 

[G. GABRIEU. Jubilate Deo omnis terra. BOUZIGNAC. Jubilate Deo. LASSUS. Surgens 
Jesus] (adv nov 61) Camerata CM 17004 (EP) 

363 Die klingende Musikgeschichte, I. Teil. Various performers. This disc, plus others covering 

later periods, plus accompanying text books form a large project known as the "Orbis- 

Lexikon," which is similar in intent and format to the well-known "History of Music in 

Sound"/"New Oxford History of Music." 

[AMBROSIUS. Jerusalem, luce splendida. WIPO. Victimae paschali laudes (sequence). 
GUIRAUT D'ESPANHA DE TOLOZA, Dansa. GUILLAUME D'AMIENS. Rondeau; Virelai. 
ADAM DE LA HALLE. Robin m'aime. FRIEDRICH VON HAUSEN. Deich von der guoten 
Schiet. WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE. Kreuzzugslied. NEIDHARDT VON REUEN- 
TAL. Maienzit; Mei hat wunnlich entsprossen. FRAUENLOB. Anckelwyse. HANS 
SACHS. Silberweise. NEUSIDLER. Welscher Tanz und Hupfauff (lute). Side 2: DUFAY. 
Veni creator spiritus; Flos florum. LASSUS. Tristis est anima mea; Audite nova. 
PALESTRINA, Missa Papae Marcelli (Gloria). A. GABRIELI. Canzona ariosa. G. 
GABRIELI. Inclina, Domine. ANON. Kyrie and Agnus Dei from 2. Choralmesse 
(gregorian); Christ ist erstanden (Glogauer); Quem pastores laudavere (14th c); Balada 
(12th c troubadour); Estampie (13th c trouv^re); Ich spring an diesem Ringe (Lochamer); 
Es waren zwei Konigskinder (15th c folk); Greensleeves (lute); Tant que vivray (Attain- 
gnant collection, 1529); Wach auf, meins Herzens Schone (16th c folk).] (adv) 

Issued by Ring der Musikfreunde Schallplatten 
Gesellschaft mbh, Koln a/R. 



99 



364 Lute Songs. P. Pears (tnr); Bream (lute). 

[DOWLAND. Fine knacks for ladies; Sorrow stay; If my complaints; What if I never speed. 
ROSSETER. Sweet come again; What is a day; Whether men do laugh. MORLEY. 
Thyrsis and Milla; I saw a lady weeping; With my love my life was nestled; What if my 
mistress now. FORD. Come Phyllis come. PILKINGTON. Rest sweet nymphs. CAM- 
PIAN. Come let us sound with melody; Fair if you expect admiring; Shall I come sweet 
love. ANON. Have you seen buy a white lily; Miserer my Maker] (gram may 60) 

Decca LXT 5567; SXL 
2191 (ST) 

365 Madrigal Masterpieces. Alfred Deller (c-tnr) and Deller Consort. 

[TOMPKINS. When David heard. MONTEVERDI. Sfogava con le stelle; Non piu guerra 
pietata; A un giro sol de begl'ochi; Ecco mormorar I'onde; Baci soave e cari. GESUAL- 
DO. Hoy gia mi discolar; Ecco, morire dunque. MORLEY. Now is the month of may- 
ing. BYRD. Lullaby my sweet little baby. MARENZIO. Scaldava il sol. LASSUS. 
Matona mia cara; Mon coeur se recommande a vous. JANNEQUIN. Au joly boys; 
Bataille de Marignan; Ce moys de May. ] (sch) ' BG 604; 5031 (ST) 

366 Madrigals and Motets. Budapest Madrigal Ensemble; F. Szekeres, dir. 

[FELICE DE GIARDINI. Viva tutte le vezzose. MONTEVERDI. Lasciate mi morire. 

SCANDELLI. Bongiorno Madonna. GESUALDO. Itene o miei sospiri. CERTON. Je ne 
I'ose dire, chanson joyeuse. JANEQUIN. Au joly jeu. VIADANA. Exultate justi. 
LASSUS. Jubilate Deo. Plus works by Liszt, Bardos, Kodaly, Farkas, Lajtha, Bartok, 
and Petrovics.] (adv) MC 2054 

.367 Madrigaux joyeux d6 la Renaissance Italienne. Sextuor Vocal Luca Marenzio. 

[GASTOLDI, Lo schernito; L'Acceso. BANCHIERI. Capricciata e contrapunto bestiale alia 
mente; La Trananaina. VECCHI. Mi vorrei trasformare; Margarita dai corai; Tiridola 
non dormire. AZZAIOLO. O spazzacamin'. GIUSEPPE CAIMO. Mentre il cucolo. 
PESENTI. De lecto me levava. DONATO. Chi la gagliarda. CROCE. Canzon del 
cucco e del rossignolo con sentenza del pappagallo. ] (dis 120) 

10" Erato EFM 42061 

368 Motets a Cappella. Ensemble Vocal Caillard; P. Caillard, dir. 

[LOTTI, Crucifixus. G. GABRIELI. Beata es. HASSLER. Exsultate Deo. AICHINGER. 
Factus est. FEVIN. Descende in hortum. PALESTRINA. Ego sum panis. BERCHEM. 
O Jesu Christe. VIADANA. Exsultate justi. VICTORIA. O magnum mysterium; Vere 
languores. LASSUS. Super flumina; Christus resurgens. ] (dis nov 61) 

Erato (Jardin des Arts) 
EJA 11 

369 Motets a la Vierge. Ensemble Vocal Blanchard. 

[DUFAY. Alam redemptoris Mater. DEPRES. Salve Regina. MOUTON, Ave Sanctissima 
Maria. CREQUILLON. Quae est ista. FESTA. O pulcherrima. MORALES. Sancta et 
immaculata virginitatis. LASSUS. Missus est Angelas Gabriel. GESUALDO. Ave 
dulcissima Maria.] (dis 115:124) Vega C-30-S-261 

370 Music at Notre Dame, Paris, 1200. Deller Consort. 

[PEROTINUS. Graduale "Viderunt omnes"; Alleluja nativitas; Graduale "Sederunt princi- 
pes. " ANON. Alleluja Christus resurgens; Conductus "Pater noster commiserans"; 
Conductus "Die Christi Veritas"] (adv) 2-10" AMS 5009/5010 

371 Music for Antiphonal Choirs. Gregg Smith Singers. 

[LASSUS. Echo song. HASSLER. Ich bring mein Bruder ein guten Trunk. DEPRES. La 

Deploration de Johann Ockeghem. G. GABRIELI. O magnum mysterium. PALESTRINA. 
Hodie Christus natus est. Plus works by Bach, Mendelssohn, R. Thompson and others. ] 
(adv) Verve 2137; 6151 (ST) 



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372 Musical Panorama of Shakespeare's England. Deller Consort. 

[DOWLAND. My Lady Hunsdon's Puffe. WILBYE. Ye that do live in pleasures. RAVEN- 
SCROFT. New oysters. TALLIS. O nata lux de lumine. JOHNSON-FARNABY. Alnnan. 
BENNET. Lure, falconers, lure. MORLEY, Sweet nymph. FERRABOSCO. Fantasia for 
viols in G. BYRD. Non nobis Domine. ANON. We be soldiers three; Heigh ho, the wind 
and rain; Munday's joy and Watkins ale; Have you seen but a white lily; Frog galliard, 
coranto and borey; Greensleeves; Boar's head carol; Deo gracias Anglia (Agincourt song); 
O death, rock me asleep; He who will an alehouse keep; Lord Rendall. ] 

BG 606 

373 Musique ancienne du VII^ du XVIII'^ siecle. (Disc 1 of 6 to accompany Walter Starkie's 

Espagne; Voyage musical a travers le temps et I'espace). Antica Escolans de Montserrat, 

and others. 

[VICTORIA. O vos omnes. GUERRERO. Esclarecida madre. GINES DE MORATA. En el 
campo me Meti (Cancionero de Medinaceli). ESCOBAR. Virgen Bendita (chanson). 
DE LA TORRE. Alta danza. MORALES. O magnum mysterium (motet). CABEZON, 
Diferencias sobre el Canto del Caballero. NARVAES. Paseabase el rey Maro. ANON. 
Sa Sibil-La; Riu riu riu (villancico, 15th c); Cantiga no. 353 par Alphonse X le Sage 
1252-1284; Ave maris Stella; Cantantibus hodie (sequence); Mozarabic antiphon (7th c)] 

10" Pathe Marconi XPM 
56/57 

374 Musique sacree et profane des 16e et 17e siecles. Vider^ (org) 

[CABEZON. Tiento del prime tono; Diferencias sobre el canto del caballero. SWEELINCK. 
O lux beata trinitas; Balletto del granduca. SCHEIDT. Magnificat secundi toni. 
SIEFERT, Nun komm. CABANILLES. Tiento. ANON, airs.] (dis 115:124) 

Valois MB-17 

375 Netherlands Organ Music. F. Peeters (org) 

[OBRECHT. Ein frohlich Wesen. ISAAC. Herr Gott, lass dich erbarmen. SWEELINCK. 
Echo fantasia in A minor; Variations on "Est-ce Mars?" Verso is "North German Organ 
Music"--not in this list.] (gram June 61) HMV CLP 1442 

376 New York Brass Quintet. 

[HOLBORNE. 3 pieces. SENFL. Carmen in la. FINCK. Greiner zanner. G, GABRIELI. 
Canzona per sonar no. 1. ANON. Ich sag ade; Als ich anschau das frolich Gsicht. Plus 
works by Bozza and Pezel and others. ] (sch may 60) GC 4023 

377 Old Tower Music. Winds of Westphalian Kantorei; Ehmann, cond. 

[HASSLER. Preludes. PRAETORIUS. Suite. PEZEL. Tower sonata no. 1; Preludes 1 and 76. 
PlusReiche.] (adv) 10" Cantate T72715 

378 St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London; Bower, dir. 

[WEELKES. Hosanna to the son of David. BYRD. Ave verum. GIBBONS. The silver swan. 
BENNET. Weep o mine eyes. MORLEY. My bonnie lass. Plus many other works. ] (adv) 

2-12" Angel 35138/9 

379 El Siglo de Oro. Coral Antica Escolans, Barcelona; Gassuli-Duro, dir. 

[ESCOBAR. Virgen Bendita. MORALES. O magnum mysterium. VICTORIA. Tenebrae 
factae sunt. MORATA. En el campo me meti. BRUDIEU. Madrigal. GUERRERO. 
Prado verde y florido; Tu dorado Cabello. ANON, Catalan folk song.] (dis 114:47) 

10" Harmonia Mundi no. ? 

380 Sing we and Chant it. NiedersSchsischer Singkreis; G. Wolters, dir. 

[MORLEY. Sing we and chant it. DOWLAND. Say love; Shall I sue. WEELKES. Hark, all 
ye lovely saints. PILKINGTON. Rest, sweet nymphs. No others?] (adv) 

10" Camerata CM 25001 

381 Sixteenth Century Music. Prague Madrigal Singers; M. Venhoda, dir. 

[REGNART. Wann Gedenck' der stund; Ardo si. HANDL. Peccantem me. GASTOLDI. 

Viver lieto voglio. ARCADELT. II bianco e dolce cigno; Quand je vous aime. ARBEAU, 

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Pavana from Orch6sographie. " DONATO. Gagliard. ] (gram jan 61) 

10" Supraphon SUF 20009 

382 Spanish Masters of the 15th and 16th Centuries. St. -Jordi Choir, Barcelona; O. Martorell, 

cond. 

[PONCE. Allegresse de la Resurrection. ENCINA. A qui dirais-je? GUERRERO. Si je ne 
partage pas tes peines. BRUDIEU. Libera animas. MORALES. Salut, o Croix. PUJOL. 
Gloria Patri. VICTORIA. Ave Maria. Side 2: VICTORIA, Messe quarti toni a 4] 
(dis 116) SM 30-06 (ST) 

383 Spanish Music of the Renaissance. N. Y. Pro Musica; N. Greenberg, dir. 

[MARTIN DE RIVAFLECHA. Anima mea; Vox dilecti. MORALES, Pastores dicite (motet); 
Missa de Beata Virgine (Kyrie and Agnus Dei). MUDARRA, Romanesca (lute); Regia 
qui mesto; Triste estava el rey David. MILAN, Pavana (lute). FLECHA. Teresica 
hermana; Que farem del pobre Joan (villancico). ORTIZ. Recercada quinta; Recercada 
on "O felici occhi miei. " GOMBERT. Dezilde al caballero (villancico). CABEZON. 
Variations on "Caballero" (hpsi). ANON, (villancicos) E la don don; Si la noche haze 
escura; Ay de mi qu'en tierra agena; Vesame y abracame.] 

DL 9409; 79409 (ST) 

384 The Theory of Classical Greek Music. J. M. Barbour and F. Kuttner. 

["Rex coeli" (parallel organum from Musica Enchiriadis; "Cunctipotens genitor" (free 
organum), OBRECHT. O beate Basili (motet). CORNYSH. A dew, a dew. "The 
Skolion of Seikilos" (in 2 intonations). "Hymn to Helios" (in 2 intonations). "First 
Delphic Hymn" (in 3 different intonations). Plus examples of temperament problems.] 

Musurgia A-1 

385 The Theory and Practice of Just Intonation. J. M. Barbour andF. Kuttner. 

[DUNSTABLE. Veni, Creator spiritus. DUFAY. Alma redemptoris Mater. ASTON. 
Hornpipe. KOTTER. Praeambulum (chordal excerpts in just inton.); (the same in 
Pythagorean inton.). CORNYSH. A dew, a dew (organ, just inton)); (the same, 
Pythagorean inton.). COOPER. I have been a foster (organ, just inton.); (the same, 
hpsi, just inton.). Plus examples of temperament problems.] 

Musurgia A -3 

386 Thirteen Centuries of Christian Choral Art. Peloquin Chorale. 

[Vol. 1: PEROTIN. Hec dies. MACHAUT. Mass Notre Dame (Et incarnatus). DUNSTABLE. 
Sancta Maria. WEERBECKE. Virgo Maria. DUFAY. Gloria. DEPRES. Ave verum. 
PALESTRINA. O bone Jesu; Missa brevis (Sanctus). MARENZIO, O Rex gloriae. 
VICTORIA. Jesu dulcis memoria. LASSUS, Jubilate Deo. AICHINGER. Regina coeli. 
BYRD. Mass for 3 voices (Agnus). GIBBONS. Why art thou so heavy. MAUDUIT. En 
son temple sacre. ANON. Sumer is icumen in. Plus Byzantine and Gregorian chants. 
Vols. 2 and 3 cover the 17th to 20th centuries. ] (sch may 60) 

3-12" Greg EL 100 

387 Two Thousand Years of Music. Berlin State Academy Choir, and others. 

[BERN ART DE VENTADORN. Pois preyatz me, senhor. REIMBAUTZ DE VAQUEIRAS. . 
Kalenda maya. "DER UNVURZAGHETE. " Der kuninc Rodolp minnet Gott. WALTHER 
VON DER VOGELWEIDE, Nun alerst leb ich. WITZLAW VON RUGEN, We, ich han 
gedacht. EUFAY. Gloria. DEPRES. Et incarnatus. FINCK. Christ ist erstanden. 
ARNOLDT VON BRUCK. Aus tiefer Not. PALESTRINA. Missa Papae Marcelli (Sanctus). 
LASSUS. Miserere. GESUALDO. Resta di darmi noia. HASSLER. Mein Lieb will mit 
mir kriegen. BYRD. Sellenger's Round. M. FRANCK. Pavane. V, HAUSMANN. Tanz. 
G. GABRIEL!. Benedixisti, Domine. ANON. Congaudeant catholici (12th c); plus 
Gregorian and Hebrew chants. ] 2-12" DX 106 



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SUPPLEMENT 
PART II 



INDEX TO ANTHOLOGIES AND 

INDIVIDUAL DISCOGRAPHIES 

BY COMPOSER 



ADAM DE LA HALLE, c a 1 2 3 5 - c a 1 2 8 8 

Robin m'aime:363 
AGRICOLA, ALEXANDER, 1446-1506 

De tous biens pleine:341 D'ung autre amer:341 
AICHINGER, GREGOR, 1564-1628 

Factus est:368 Regina coeli:386 
ALISON (ALLISON, ALOYSON). RICHARD, 16th-17th c 

Allison's l<ncll:347 Batchelar's delight:347 Goe from my wiiidow:347 
AMBROSIAN CHANT 

363 
ANIMUCCIA, GIOVANNI, cal500-1571 

Lodate Dio:345 
ARBEAU, THOINOT, 1519-1595 

Pavana from "Orchesographie":381 
ARCADELT, JACOB, c a 1 5 1 4 - c a 1 5 6 2 

11 bianco e dolce cigno:381 Quand je vous aime:381 
ARNOLD VON BRUCK, d 1554 

Aus tiefer not:387 Christ der ist erstanden, Halleluja:348 
ASTON, HUGH, d 1522' 

Hornpipe:385 
ATTAINGNANT, PIERRE, ed. 

341,342,363 
AZZAIOLO, FILIPPO, 16th c 

O spazzacamin':367 



BANCHIERI, ADRIANO, d 1634 

Capricciata e contrapunto bestiale alia mente:367 La Trananaina':367 
BARBIREAU, JACOB, d 1491 

Een frolic wesen:355 Der pfoben swancz:355 
BATCHELAR, DANIEL, 16th c 

Mounsieurs almaine:356 
BATTEN, ADRIAN, cal585-1637 

Deliver us, O Lord:346 Hear my prayer:346 O praise the Lord:346 
BENNET, JOHN, 16th-17th c 

Weep o mine eyes:378 Lure, falconers, lure:372 
BERCHEM, JACHET, 16th c 

O Jesu Christe:368 
BERMUDO, JUAN, fray, b calSlO 

Cantus del primero por elami:342 Cantus del primero por mi:342 Pange lingua (Tantum 
Ergo): 342 
BERNARD DE VENTADOUR, d 1195 

Pois preyatz me, senhor:387 
BINCHOIS, GILLES, ca 1400-1460 

De plus en plus:355 Marguerite fleur de valeur:341 Men coeur chante:341, 355 
BODENSCHATZ, ERHARD, 1576-1636 

Josef, lieber Josef mein:348 
BONNET, PIERRE, 1538-1608 

Francion vint I'autre jour:353 
BOUZIGNAC, GUILLAUME, fl 1600 

Jubilate Deo:362 
Bruck, Arnold von. See ARNOLD VON BRUCK 



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BRUDIEU, JOAN, d 1591 

Libera animas:382 Madrigal:379 
BRUGIER (BRUHIER), ANTOINE, 16th c 

Laturatu:341 
BUCHNER, HANS (JOHANNES), 1483-1538 

Es gieng ein man den burg uff:342 
BULL, JOHN, d 1628 

Dr. Bull's my selfe:343 Duchesse of Brunswicke's toye:343 Duke of Brunswicke's alman:343 
A gigge:343 Pipers galliard:347 
BULLMAN 

Pavan:356 
BUSNOIS, ANTOINE, d 1492 

Aucune dame:355 Seule a par moy:341 
BUXHEIMER ORGELBUCH 

342 
BYRD, WILLIAM, 1542 or 43-1623 

King's College Choir, Cambridge (Willocks) 

[Mass for 5 voices; Great Service (Magnificat and Nunc dimittis); Ave verum] 

Lon 5725; OS 25725; 
RG 226; ZRG 5226 
The In Nomine Players (Stevens) 

[Music for voice and viols: Prelude and fantasia a 5; La virginella; My sweet little darling; 
Fantasia a 3; What a pleasure have great princes; Though Amaryllis dance in green; In 
nomine a 5; Blessed is he that fears the Lord; O Lord, how long wilt Thou forget; Fantas- 
ia a 6; The man is blest that God doth fear; Why do I use my paper, ink, and pen] 

EA-37 
Ave verum:378 Bow thine ear:346 Callino Casturame:343 Lullaby my sweet little baby: 
365 Mass for 3 voices (Agnus):386 My Lord of Oxenford's masque:347 Non nobis 
Domine:372 O mistris myne:343 A pavan and the galliard (harpsi):349 Prevent us, O 
Lord:346 Rowland:343 Sellenger's round:387 Sing joyfully:346 This sweet and merry 
month of May:349 La volta:343 
BYZANTINE CHANT 
386 



CABEZON, ANTONIO DE, 1510-1566 

Die nobis Maria:342 Differencias sobre el canto del caballero:373, 374, 383 Differencias 
sobre la gallarda milanesa:357 Differencias sobre la pavana italiana:342 Differencias 
sobre Ut queant laxis:357 Hymno a 3:342 Magnificat du 4ine ton:342 Tiento del 
primeo tono:342, 374 
CAIMO, GIUSEPPE, cal540-1584 

Mentre il cucolo:367 
CALVISIUS, SETHUS, 1556-1615 
Nun lob mein Seel den Herren:348 
CAMPION, THOMAS, 1567-1620 

Breake now my heart and dye:349 Come let us sound with melody:364 Fair if you expect 
admiring:364 Shall I come sweet love:364 
CARA, MARCO, fl 1495-1525 

S'o sedo airombra:361 
CARREIRA, ANTONIO, cal525-1599 
Fantasie du l^t son:342 



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CAVAZZONI, GIROLAMO, 16th c 

Canzona sopra il le bel e bon:342 
CAVAZZONI, MARCO ANTONIO, c a 1 4 9 -c a 1 5 5 

Salve Virgo:342 
CERTON, PIERRE, cal510-1572 

Ho! le vilain:341 Je ne I'ose dire, chanson joyeuse:366 
CLEMENT, JACQUES, called CLEMENS NON PAPA, d cal556 

Aymer est ma vie:341 Une fillette bien gorri^re:341 
CODEX FAENZA 117 

342 
COMPERE, LOYSET, d 1518 

L'autre' jour m'y chevauchoye:341 Faisons,boutons:341 
CONSILIUM, JOANNES (JEAN CONSEIL), d 1535 

Si de nouveau:341 
COOPER, probably ROBERT, fl ca 1500 

I have been a foster: 385 
COOPER, JOHN (GIOVANNI COPERARIO), cal570-1627 

3 dances for a masque (instr):349 
CORNYSH, ROBERT, 1465-1523 

A dew, a dew:384, 385 
CORREA DE ARAUXO, FRANCISCO, before 1575-cal663 

Lauda Sion:342 
COSTELEY, GUILLAUME, 1531-1606 

Je vois de glissantes eaux:353 Quand le berger vit la bergere:353 Que de passions et 
douleurs:353 Toutes les nuits:341 
CREQUILLON, THOMAS, d cal557 

A vous en est:341 Je suis aime de la plus belle:341 Plaisir n'ay plus:341 Quae est ista:369 
CROCE, GIOVANNI, cal557-1609 

Canzone del cucco e del rossignolo con sentenza del pappagallo:367 
CUTTING (FRANCIS or THOMAS, 16th-17th c) 

Almaine:356 Greensleeves:356 Walsingham:356 



de La Rue, Pierre. See LA RUE, PIERRE DE 
de la Torre, Francisco. See TORRE, FRANCISCO DE LA 
de Monte, Philippe. See MONTE, PHILIPPE DE 
DEMOPHON, ALEXANDER, 16th c 

Vidi or cogliendo rose:361 
DEPRES, JOSQUIN, d 1521 

Ensemble Vocal Roger Blanchard 

[Missa Hercules Dux Ferrariae; Miserere; "La Bernardina"] RS-29 

Ensemble Vocal Roger Blanchard 

[Motets: Ave Maria; Stabat Mater; Prater rerum seriem; Benedicta es coelorum] 

10" SM 25-03 (St) 
Ensemble Instrumental et Vocal Roger Blanchard 

[Missa Hercules Dux Ferrariae. verso: Ockeghem motets, q. v.] Music Guild M-7; S-7 

The Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

[Missa de "Beata Virgine"] Vox DL 600; STDL-500 

600 
The Dessoff Choirs (Boepple) 

[Choral works: Dominus regnavit (Psaume 92); Ave Christe immolate; Tulerunt Dominum 
meum (motet); O Jesu fili David; La plus des plus (rondeau); De tous biens plaine; 



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Parfons regretz (chanson); Bergerotte Savoysienne (ballade)] Vox DL 580; STDL 500. 

580 
New York Pro Musica, with Oberlin, Bressler, Myers and Lewis (Greenberg) 

[Missa Pange lingua; Fanfare for Louis XII. Chansons: Heth sold ein meisken; Fama malum; 
Dulces exuviae; La Bernardina; Si j'ai perdu mon ami; Tu solus] Dec 9410; 79410 
Pro Musica Antiqua (Cape) 

[Missa Pange lingua. Chansons: N'esse pas ung grant desplaisir; Deploration de Johannes 
Okeghem; Fortuna d'un gran tempo; Bergerette Savoyenne; Parfons regretz; Scaramella; 
Faulte d'argent; Basiez-moy.] ARC 3159; 73159 

Renaissance Chorus (Brown) 

[Missa Una Musque de Buscaya] Baroque- 9002 

Ave Verum:386 La deploration d'Ockeghem:341, 371 Et incarnatus:387 Petite camusette: 
341 Plusiers regrets: 341 Salve Regina:369 
DONATO (DONATI), BALDASSARE, 1548-1603 

Chi la gagliarda (villanesca):367 Gagliarda:381 
DOWLAND, JOHN, 1563-1626 

Batell galliard:356 Can she excuse my wrongs: 347 Earl of Essex galliard:351 Fine knacks 
for ladies:364 Flow my teares (Lacrimae):347, 349 Galliard, can she excuse:347 Gal- 
liard to Captain Piper's pavin:347 Galliard upon a galliard of Daniel Batchelar:356 If 
my complaints could passions move:347,364 Lachrimae pavin:347 Lachrimae antiquae: 
351 Lady, if you so spight mee:349 Mignarda:356 Mr. George Whitehead his almand: 
351 My Lady Hunsdon's puffe:372 Say love:380 Shall I sue?:349. 380 Sorrow stay: 364 
Weep you no more sad fountains:359 What if I never speed:364 
DUC DE BOURGOGNE 

Madame trop vous me spremes:341 
DUFAY, GUILLAUME, d 1474 

Alma redemptoris Mater:369, 385 Ce jour le doibt:355 Donnes rassault:355 Flos florum: 
363 Gloria:386, 387 Je ne vis oncques la pareille:341 Mon coeur me fait tous dispen- 
ser:341 Pour ramour:355 Veni creator spiritus:363 
DULOT, FRANCOIS, 16th c 

Longtemps y a: 341 
DUNSTABLE, JOHN, cal370-1453 

Ambrosian Singers, Poulter, Oberlin, Brimer (Stevens) 

[Sancta Maria; Quam pulchra es; Speciosa facta es; Puisque m'amour (original rondeau and 
organ arr.); Regina coeli letare; O rose bella; Da guadiorum premia; Albanus roseo; 
Ave maris Stella; Gloria in excelsis; Sanctus and beneditcus] EA-36 
Sancta Maria:386 Veni, creator spiritus:385 
Dupont, Jacques. See PONTE, JACQUES DE 



ECCARD, JOHANNES, 1553-1611 

Maria wallt zum Heiligtum:340 Nun lob mein Seel den Herren:348 Uebers Gebirg Maria 
geht:340 Also 352 
ENCINA, JUAN DEL, 1469-1534 

A qui dirais-je?:382 
ESCOBAR, PEDRO, early 16th c 

Virgen bendita:373,379 



Faidit. See FAYDIT, GAUCELM 
FARMER, JOHN, 16th-17th c 
Fair Phyllis I saw:349 



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FARNABY, GILES, c a 1 5 6 5 - c a 1 6 

A masl<e:343 
FAYDIT, GAUCELM, b callSO 

Mort de Richard Coeur de Lion:358 
FERRABOSCO, ALFONSO II, cal575-1628 

Fantasia (4 viols):372 
FESTA, CONSTANZO, d 1545 

O pulcherrima:369 
FEVIN, ANTOINE DE, d 1515 

Descende in hortum:368 
FINCK, HEINRICH, 1445-1527 

Christ ist erstanden:387 Greiner zanner:376 
FLECHA, MATEO, 1481?-1553? 

Teresica hermana:383 Que farem del pobre Joan:383 
FORD, THOMAS, cal580-1648 

Come Phyllis come: 364 
FRANCESCO DA MILANO, b cal490 

Canzon de le ucelli:361 Ricercare (lute):360 
FRANCK, MELCHIOR, d 1639 
Choeurs GUnther Arndt 

[Das Bergwerk wolln wir preisen; Ade meins Herzens Krbnelein; So wiinsch ich dir ein gute 
Nacht. Verso: Staden] 7" 45 rpm Arch 37.176 

Pa vane: 387 
FRAUENLOB (HEINRICH VON MEISSEN), d 1318 

Anckelwyse:363 
FRIEDRICH VON HAUSEN, call55-1190 

Deich yon der guoton Schiet:363 



GABRIELI, ANDREA, cal510-1586 

Canzona ariosa:363 Ricercare IX del XII tono:344 Toccata dal X tono:361 
GABRIELI, GIOVANNI, 1557-1612 
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Wenzinger) 

[Canzon II a 6; Canzon I a 4 "La Spiritata"; Canzon XIII septimi et octavi toni a 12; Son- 
ata pian e forte a 8; Sonata con tre violini a 3; Canzon VIII a 8; Canzon XIV i 12; 
Verso: works by Maschera, Viadana, et al. See no. 344, Part I] ARC 3154 
Biggs (organ), Boston Brass Ensemble (Burgin) 

pntonazioni d'organo; Canzona 1 in g minor "La Spiritata"; Canzona 2 in C major; Canzon 
3 in C major; Fantasia in 6th tone. Verso: Frescobaldl. ] ML 5443; MS 6117 

Choir and Brass Ensemble of the Gabrieli Festival (Gillesberger) 

[Jubilate Deo; Beata es Virgo Maria; lam non dicam; Domine exaudi orationem meam; 
Laudate nomen Domini; Canzone per sonar primi toni a 8; O quam suavis; Hodie 
Christus natus est; Sonata pian e forte; Diligam te domine; Canzone duodecimi toni, a 
8; Audi domine hymnum] BG 611; 5037 

Brass Ensemble of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra (Stone) 

[Symphoniae sacrae: Canzon quarti toni; Canzone septimi toni (nos. 1 and 2); Canzon duo- 
decimi toni; Sonata pian e forte; Sonata octavi toni. With: A. Gabrieli, Aria della 
battaglia.] WST-14081 

Beata es Virgo Maria:368 Benedixisti, Domine:387 Canzona per sonar no. 1:376 Inclina, 
Domine:363 Jubilate Deo:362 O magnum mysterium:371 
GAFFURIO (GAFORI), FRANCHINO, 1451-1522 

O sacrum convivium:361 Missa trombetta (Sanctus):361 



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GALILEI, MICHELANGELO, fl end of 16th c 

Correnta (lute):360 
GALILEI, VINCENZO (?) d 1591 

Ricercare (lute):360 Zwei Madrigale (lute):360 
Gallus, Jacobus. See HANDL, JACOB 
GASTOLDI, GIOVANNI GIACOMO, 16th-17th c 

L'acceso:367 Lo schernito:367 Viver lieto voglio:381, 361 
GERVAISE, CLAUDE, 16th c 

Allemande:351 Bransle de Bourgogne:351 Bransle de Champaigne:351 Passamezzo pavane 
and galliarde:351 
GESIUS, BARTHOLOMAUS, cal555-1613 

O Christe Morgenstern:348 
GESUALDO, CARLO, PRINCIPE DI VENOSA, cal560-1613 
N.C.R.V. Vocaal Ensemble (Voorberg) 

[Luci serene e chiare; Moro lasso al n^io duolo. Verso: Monteverdi Canzonetten, q.v.] 

7" 45 rpm BM 17-E-Oll 

Ave dulcissima Maria:369 Ecco, moriredunque:365 Hoy gia mi discolor:365 Itene o 
miei sospiri:366 Resta di darmi noia:387 
Giaches de Pont. See PONTE, JACQUES DE 
GIBBONS, ORLANDO, 1583-1625 

The Galliard:343 London street cries:349 Silver swan:378 Why art thou so heavy:386 
Wood so silde:347 
Gines de Morata. See^MORATA, GINES DE 
GLOGAUER LIEDERBUCH 

342, 363 
GOMBERT, NICOLAS, 16th c 

Dezilde al caballero (vilIancico):383 Vostre beaute plaisante:341 
GREGORIAN CHANT 

363.386,387 
GUERRERO, FRANCISCO, 1527-1599 

Esclarecida madre:373 Pr«do verde y florido:379 Si je ne partage pas tes peines:382 Tu 
dorado Cabello:379 
GUILLAUME D'AMIENS, 13th c 

Rondeau:363 Virelai:363 
Guillaume Le Heurter. See LE HEURTEUR, GUILLAUME 
GUIOT DE DIJON, 12th c 

Chanterai pour mon courage (Ms. du Roi):358 
GUIRAUT D'ESPANHA DE TOLOZA, 13th c 

Danza:363 



HANDL, JACOB (JACOBUS GALLUS), 1550-1591 

Peccantem me: 381 
HASSLER, HANS LEO, 1564-1612 

Exsultate Deo:368 Ich bring mein Bruder ein guten Trunk:371 Mein Lieb will mit mir 
kriegen:387 Preludes: 377 
HAUSSMANN, VALENTIN, d cal611 

Tanz:387 
HAYNE VAN GHI^EGHEM, 15th c 

Mon souvenir: 341 
HEREDIA, PEDRO, d 1648 

Ensalada:357 Obra de octavo tona:357 



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HESDIN, PIERRE, 16th c 

Plaindre rennuy:341 Ramonez moy ma cheminee:341 Ung vray mu3icien:341 
HOFH AIMER, PAUL, 145 9-1537 

Ave maris stella:342 Dulcis Virgo Maria:342 
HOLBORNE, ANTHONY, 1565-1602 

Galliard:356 Pavan:356 Three pieces for brass:376 
HUME, TOBIAS, d 1645 

Tobacco:349 
HUGUES, D'OISY (LE CONTE DE BETHUNE). 12th c 

Maugre tous saints:358 



INGEGNERI, MARC ANTONIO, cal545-1592 
Les Chanteurs de Saint-Eustache (Martin) 

[Huit repons de la Semaine Sainte: In Monte Olivetti; Tristis est anima mea; Velum templi; 
Sicut ovis; Jerusalem surge; Plange quasi virgo; Recessit pastor noster; Ecce quomodo 
moritur Justus; Lamentation de J^remie. ] Boite a Musique LD 028 (A) 

ISAAC, HEINRICH, cal'450-1517 

N. Y. Pro Musica Motet Choir, Boy's Choir & Wind Ensemble (Greenberg) 

[Donna di dentro; In meinem Sinn; Quis dabit capiti meo aquam?; La mi la sol. Verso: 

Obrecht,.q.v.] Dec 9413; 79413 

Herr Gott, lass dich erbarmen:375 Mon p6re m'a donne mari:341 Le Serviteur:341 



JACOTIN (pseud for Jacob Godebrie), d 1529 

Du feu d'amours:341 Moi qui ne fais jamais:341 
JANEQUIN, CLEMENT, c a 1495 - c a 1 5 6 
Montreal Bach Choir Society. (Little) 

[Chant des oizeaux; Ou mettre Ton un baiser; Chantons, sonnons trompettes; La plus belle 
de la ville; Ce sont gallans; Petite oymphe folastre; R^confortez le petit coeur de moi; 
Quant je bois du vin claret; Au joli jeu; La guerre; Assouvy-suis; Ouvrez I'husi; Quant 
j'etais quinze heures; Sur I'aubepin; Helas mon Dieu; Bel aubepin; Pleut a Dieu; Si 
Dieu voulalt.] Vox 710; STDL-500710 

L'Ensemble Polyphonique de Paris. (Ravier) 

[Chansons Francaises. Contents not further identified at time of this compilation] 

Bar. MB-428; 928 
Au joly boys:365 Au joly jeu:366 Bataille de Marignan:365 Ce mois de mai:359,365 La 
chasse:341 Mais ma mignonne:341 O cruaute:341 Or sus vous dormes trop:341 Qu'est- 
ce d'amours:341 
JEAN DE LUBLIN, 16th c 

Saltarella:342 
JOHNSON, JOHN, d 1594 

Fantasia:356 
JOHNSON, ROBERT, 1569-1633 

Almaine:356 Carman's whistle:356 
JOHNSON-FARNABY 

Alman for virglnal:372 
JONES, ROBERT, 16th-17th c 
Dreames and imaginations:349 
Josquin des Pres. See DEPRES, JOSQUIN 



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KLEBER, LEONHARD, cal495-1556 

8 Preludes: 342 
KOTTER. HANS (JOHANNES), cal480-1541 

"Aus tieffer nodt schry ich zu dir" on "De Profundis":342 Nach willen dein (after Hof- 
haimer):342 Praembulum:385 



LA RUE, PIERRE DE, d 1518 

Pourquoi non:341 
LASSUS, ORLAND DE, d 1594 

N.C.R.V. Vocaal Ensemble Hilversum (Voorberg) 

[Prophetiae Sibyllarum] 10" BSr. BM25R604 

Stuttgart Swabian Chorus (Grischkat). 

[Ubi est Abel; Justorum animae; In hora ultima; De profundis; Requiem (Missa 5 vocum 

pro defunctis] Lyr 87 

Audite nova:363 Christus resurgens:368 Echo song: 371 Jubilate Deo:366. 386 Die Klagen 
des Hiob, Teil VII:352 Matona mia cara:365 Miserere:387 Missus est Angelus Gabriel: 
369 Mon coeur se recommande a vous:365 Soyons joyeux:359 Super flumina:368 Sur- 
gens Jesus:362 Tristis est anima mea:363 
LAUDE 

Ensemble Vocal du Conservatoire, Milan. (Bortone) and Polifonica Ambrosiana (Biella). 
[See contents under no. 345 in Part I] 10" HMC 25104 

LECHNER, LEONHARD, d 1606 

Deutsche Sprilche von Leben und Tod:352 Nan schein, du Glanz der Herrlichkeit:340 
LE HEURTEUR. GUILLAUME, 16th c 

AUons un peu plus avant:341 Or m'y rendez mon karolus:341 
LLANSON 

Chamberiere:353 
LOCHAMER LIEDERBUCH 

363 
LOURDOYS, 15th c 

Amours m'y trottent par la panse:341 



MACHAUT, GUILLAUME DE, d 1377 
Deller Consort 

[Notre Dame Mass] 10" HM 25-148 

"Et incarnatus" from the Notre Dame Mass:386 
MARENZIO, LUCA, d 1599 

O Rex gloriae:386 Quando sorge raurora:361 Scaldava il sol:365 
MASCHERA, FLORENTIO, 16th c - 

Canzon V, "La Maggia":344 
MASSAINO, TIBURTIO, 16th c 

Canzon a 16:344 Canzon XXXIV:344 
MAUDUIT, JACQUES, 1557-1627 

En son temple sacre (Ps. 150):386 
MILAN, LUIS, 16th c 

Pavana (lute):383 
Milano, Francesco da. See FRANCESCO DA MILANO 
MONTE, PHILIPPE DE, cal521-1603 

Maitrise de la Cathedrale St. -Rombajt de Malines (Vijverman). (Peeters, org.) 

[Missa secunda sine nomine. Organ pieces by Lebegue, Cornet, and van der Kerckhoven. ] 

Mus Sac AMS-5 

112 



MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO, 1567-1643 

N.C.R, V. Vocaal Ensemble Hilversum (Voorberg). 

[Canzonettas: Qual si puo clir maggiore; Raggi dov'e '1 mio bene; Quanclo sperai; Su su su. 

Verso: Gesualdo. q.v.] 7" 45 rprn Bar, BM 17-E-Oll 

A un giro sol de begrocchi:365 Baci soave e cari:365 Ecco mormorar ronde:365 Lasciate 
mi morire:366 Non pi^ guerra pi,etata:365 Sfogava con le stelle:365 
MONTPELLIER MS, (H 196) 

354 
MORALES, CRISTOBAL, cal500-1553 

Missa de Beata Virgine (Lyrie and Agnus Dei):383 O Crux ave:357,382 O magnum myster- 
ium:373,379 Pastores dicite:383 Sancta et immaculata Virginitas:369 
MORATA. GINES DE, 16th c 

En el campo me meti ("Cancionero de Medinaceli"):373, 379 
MORLEY, THOMAS, 1557-cal603 

About the maypole:349 April is in my mistress' face:359 Clorinda false:349 I saw a lady 
weeping:364 Joyne hands (see my own sweet jewel):347 My bonnie lass:349, 378 Now 
is the month of maying:365 Pavan:356 Phyllis, I fain would die now:349 Sing we and 
chant it:380 Sola soletta:347 Sweet nymph:372 Thyrsis and Milla:364 What if my 
mistress now:364 With my love my life was nestled:364 
MORTON, ROBERT, d 1475 

N'aray-je jamais:341 
MOUTON, JEAN, d 1522 

Ave sanctissima Maria:369 Jamais, jamais:341 
MOZARABIC CHANT 

373 
MUDARRA, ALONSO, 16th c 

Regia qui mesto:383 Romanesca (lute):383 Triste estava el rey David:383 
MULLINER BOOK 

342,349 
MUNDY. JOHN, d 1630 

Munday's joye:343 
MUREAU, GILLES, d 1512 
Je ne fais plus: 341 



NARVAEZ, LUIS DE. 16th c 

Paseabase el rey Moro:373 
NEGRI, CESARE, b cal546 

3 dances:361 
NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL, 12th-13th c 

Maienzeit:363 Mei hat wunnlich entsprossen:363 
NEUSIEDLER, HANS, cal508-1563 

Welscher Tanz und Hupfauff (lute):363 
NEWMAN, 16th c 

A pavan (Mulliner):342 



OBRECHT, JACOB, cal430-1505 

N. Y. Pro Musica Motet Chorus and Wind Ensemble (Greenberg) 

[Missa Fortuna desperata. Verso:lsaac, q.v.] Dec 9413; 79413 

Ein frolich Wesen:375 O beate Basili:384 



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OCKEGHEM, JEAN DE, d 1496? 

Ensemble Instrumental et Vocal Roger Blanchard 

[Motets: Prenez sur moi; Intemerata Dei Mater; Ut heremita solus. Verso: Deprez, q. v.] 

Music Guild M-7; S-7 
Ensemble Instrumental et Vocal Roger Blanchard 

[Missa Mi mi (quarti toni); Canon, Prenez sur moi votre exemple; Motets: Intermerata Dei 

Mater; Ut heremita solus. ] Rec See RS-48; RSS-10 

Aultre Venus: 341 
ORTIZ, DIEGO, 16th c 

Recercade on "O felici occhi miei":383 Recercada quinta:383 
OYSTERMAYRE, JEHAN, 16th c 
Galiarda (Fitzwilliam):343 



PALESTRINA, GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA, cal525-1594 
Chanteurs de St. -Eustache 

[Missa brevis] (dis 115:123) 10" Pastorale Musique (no. ?) 

Ego sum panis:368 Hodie Christus natus est:371 Missa brevis (Sanctus):386 Missa Aeterna 
Christi munera (Sanctus & Benedictus):361 Missa Papae Marcelli:363 (Gloria); 387 (Sanc- 
tus) O bone Jesu:386 Sicut cervus:359 
PASSEREAU, 16th c 

Helas Madame:341 II est bel et bon:353 Sur la rousee:341 
PAUMANN, CONRAD, cal4iO-1473 

Mit ganczem Willen:342 
PEERSON (PEERESON, PEARSON), MARTIN, cal580-1650 

Pipers paven:342 
PERAZA, FRANCISCO DE, 1564-1598 
Medio registro alto del primer tono:342 
PEROTINUS, 12th c 

Alleluja nativitas:370 Haec dies:386 Salvatoris hodie:354 Sederunt principes:370 Vide- 
runt omnes:370 
PESENTI, MICHELE, 15th-16th c 

De lecto me levava:367 
Pierre de Villiers. See VILLIERS, PIERRE DE 
Pierre de La Rue. See LA RUE. PIERRE DE 
PILKINGTON, FRANCIS, d 1638 

Rest sweet nymphs:359, 364, 380 
PONCE, JUAN, fl 1500 

Allegresse de la resurrection: 382 
PONTE, (PONT, DUPONT). JACQUES DE, 16th c 

Fringotez, jeunes fillettes:341 Hai de par Dieu:341 
PRAETORIUS, MICHAEL, 1571-1621 

Geh aus mein Herz und suche Freud: 348 In dulci jubilo, nun singet und seid froh:348 Der 
Morgenstern ist aufgedrungen:340 Dem neugebornen Kindelein:340 Nun bitten wir den 
Heiligen Geist:348 Nun lob mein Seel den Herren:348 Suite:377 Wir woUen alle 
frohlich sein:348 
PUJOL, JUAN, cal573-1626 
Gloria patri:382 



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QUAGLIATI. PAOLO, cal555-1628 

Madre divina:345 
QUENES DE BETHUNE (HUGUES D'OISY?) 

Ahi! Amors:358 



RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS, d 1207 

Kalenda maya:387 
RAVENSCROFT, THOMAS, c a 1 5 90 - c a 1 6 3 3 

New oysters: 372 
REGNART, FRANCOIS, 16th c 

Ardo si:381 Wann Gedenck' der Stund:381 
RENe's, NICOLAS, 16th c 

L'Ardent desir:341 
Reuenthal, Neidhardt von. See NEIDHARDT VON REUENTHAL 
RIVAFLECHA, MARTIN DE, d 1528 

Anima mea:383 Vox dilecti:383 

robertsbridge fragment 

342 
ROSSETER, PHILIP, cal575-1623 

Galliard:356 Sweet come again:364 What is a day:364 Whether men do laugh:364 



SACHS, HANS, 1494-1576 

Silberweise:363 
SANDRIN, PIERRE REGNAULT, 16th c 

Puisque de vous:341 
SANSERRE (SENTERRE). PIERRE, 16th c 

Fait elle pas bien?:341 
Santa Maria, Toma's de. See TOmAs DE SANTA MARIA 
SCANDELLO (SCANDELLI, SCANDELLUS), ANTONIO, 1517-1580 

Bongiorno Madonna:366 
SCHEIN, JOHANN HERMANN, 1586-1630 

Dennoch bleibe ich stets an Din 352 Vom Himmel hoch:340 Zion spricht: Der Herr hat 
mich verlassen:352 
SCHROTER, LEONHARD, c a 1 5 3 2 - c a 1 6 1 

Freut euch, ihr lieben Christen:340 
SENFL. LUDWIG, cal492-1555 

Carmen in la:376 Gelobet seist du Christe:348 
Senterre, Pierre. See SANSERRE (SENTERRE), PIERRE 
SERMISY, CLAUDE DE , cal490-1562 

Changerons propos:341 D'ou vient cela:341 Secourez moy (lute):341 Tant que vivray:341 
Tu disais que j'en mourrais:341 
SHEPHERD, JOHN, 16th c 

I give you a new commandment (Mulliner):342 
SOTO DE LANGA, FRANCISCO, cal539-1619 

II pietoso Gesu:345, 361 Quando rimiro il ciel:345 
STADEN, JOHANN, 1581-1634 

Choeurs GUnther Arndt 

[Der Kuckuck und die Nachtigall. Verso: M. Franck] 7" 45 rpm Arch 37.176 

STOCKEM (STOCKHEM), JOHANNES, 15th c 
He traistre amours:341 



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SWELINCK, JAN PIETERSZ, 1562-1621 

Balletto del granduca:374 Echo fantasia in A minor:375 O lux beata trinitas:374 Varia- 
tions on "Est-ce Mars":375 



TALLIS, THOMAS, cal505-1585 

O nata lux de lumine:372 
THIBAUT IV DE CHAMPAGNE, KING OF NAVARRE, 1201-1253 

Au temps plain de f?lonie:358 Seigneurs sachiez:358 
TOMAS DE SANTA MARIA, fray, d 1570 

Fugue in G:342 8 fantasias on the 8 modes:342 Tanido de corcheas:342 
TOMKINS, THOMAS, cal575-1656 

Magdalen College Chapel Choir, Oxford (Rose). 

[Responses and Psalm XV: Te Deum and Benedictus; My shepherd is the living Lord; When 
David heard that Absalom was slain; Turn unto the Lord; Holy, holy, holy; Above the 
stars my Savior dwells; Hear my prayer, O Lord; Organ pieces: Voluntary; Fancy for two 
to play] Argo RG-249; ZR-249 

When David heard:365 
TORRE, FRANCISCO DE LA, 15th c 

Alta danza (woodwind quintet):373 
TROMBONCINO, BARTOLOMEO, 15th-16th c 
Ave Maria:361 



DER UNVURZAGHETE" , 13th c 
Der kunic Rodolp minnet Gott:387 



Vaqueiras, Raimbaut de. See RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS 
VECCHI, HORATIO, cal550-1605 

Fa una canzona senza note nere:361 Margherita dai corai:367 Mi vorrei trasformare:367 
Tiridola non dormire:367 
Ventadour. Bernard de. See BERNARD DE VENTADOUR 
VIADANA, LODOVICO GROSSI , cal564-1645 

Canzon a 8, "La Padovano":344 Exultate justi:366, 368 
VICTORIA, TOMAS LUIS DE, cal540-1611 
Capilla et Escolania de Montserrat (Segarra) 

[Messe de la Pentec6te, "Dum complerentur dies Pentecostes"] AMS-23 

St. -Jordi Chorale (Martorell) 

[Messe quarti toni. Verso: see 382] SM-30-06 

Ave Maria:382 Jesu dulcis memoria:386 Missa quarti toni:357 O magnum mysterium:368 
O vos omnes:373 Mass "Simile est Regnum Coelorum":346 Tenebrae factae sunt:379 
Vere languores:368 
VILLIERS, PIERRE DE , 16th c 

Ne te plains tant:341 
Vogelweide, Walther von der. See WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE 
VULPIUS, MELCHIOR, 1560-1615 

Gelobt sei Gott im hochsten Thron:348 



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WALT HER, J OH ANN. 1496-1570 

All Morgen ist ganz frisch unci iieu:348 Josef, lieber Josef mein:348 
WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE, 12th c 

Kreuzzugslied:363 Nun alerst leb ich:387 
WEELKES, THOMAS, cal575-1623 

Hark, all ye lovely saints:380 Hosanna to the Son of David:378 
WEERBEKE, CASPAR VAN, 15th-16th c ■ 

Virgo Maria:386 
WILBYE, JOHN, 1574-1638 

Ye that do live in pleasures:372 
WILLAERT, ADRIAN, 1490?-1562 

Dessus le marche d'Arras:341 
WIPO, calOOO-1050 

Victimae paschali laudes (sequence):363 
WIZLAW III, prince of RUgen, d 1325 

We, ich ban gedacht:387 



ZANGIUS, NICOLAUS, d cal618 
Congratulamini nunc omnes:34'0 



ANONYMOUS 

Alleluja Christus resurgens:370 Alman:343 Als ich anschau das frSlich Gsicht:376 

Alta (instr. , Span. , 14th c):351 L'amour de moy:341 Anime affaticate (lauda):345 
Antifona (Mozarabic, 7th c):373 Ave maris stella:373 Ay de mi qu'en tierra agena 
(vilIancico):383 

Balada (12th c troubadour):363 Belle jeune fleur de 15 ans (Codex Carminum Gallicorum): 
342 Blanchete comme fleur/Quant je pens (Montpellier 168):354 Boar's head carol: 
372 Branle de Poitou (lute);341 

Cantantibus hodie (sequence):373 Cantiga no. 353 par Alphonse X le Sage (1252-1284):373 
Cantio Polonico:342 Ces facheux sots (hate):341 Cest quadruble/Voz n'i dormires/ 
Biaus cuers (Montpellier 30):354 Christ ist erstanden (Glogauer):342,363 Cries of 
London:347 Cristo e nato (lauda):345 Congaudeant cathoIici:387 La cuiller d'or:341 
Cunctipotens genitor (organum, 11th c):384 

Dal ciel venno messo novello (Iauda):345 Dame, qui j'aim/Amors vaint/Au tons d'este 
(Montpellier 23):354 Dances (Iute):360 Dances (Mulliner):349 Daphne (instr. , 
cal600):351 First Delphic hymn:384 Deo gracias Anglia (Agincourt song):372 
Desconfortes ai este/Amors, qui m'a (Montpellier 124):354 Deus in adiutorium (Mont- 
pellier 1):354 Deus in adiutorium (Montpellier 303):354 Die Christi Veritas (conductus): 
370 La Doune cella (Mulliner):342 Ducis amica (Attaingnant coIlection):342 

E la don don (villancico):383 Es waren zwei K6nigskinder:363 Estampie:342, 351,363 

Faictes si vous plaist vostre omosne:341 Fantaisie (Liber Fratrum Cruciferorum Leodiensiem): 
342 Flor de lis/Je n'en puis/Douce dame (Montpellier 164):354 Friar in the well:350 
Frog galliard, coranto and borey:372 

Gloria in cielo (lauda):345 Giu per la mala via (lauda):345 Greensleeves:350, 363, 372 

Have you seen but a white lily:364, 372 He who will an alehouse keep:372 Heigh ho, 
the wind and the rain:372 Hymn to Helios:384 

Ich sage ade:376 Ich spring an diesem Ringe (Lochamer):363 Ja n'amerai/Sire Dieus 



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(Montpellier 137):354 J'ai mis/Je n'en puis (Montpellier 255):354 J'ai si bien/Aucun 

m'ont par (Montpellier 128):354 Je demeure seule e'garee (lute):341 Jour a jour la 

vie (Codex Faenza, 117):342 
Kyiie (Codex Faenza, 117):342 Kyrie de Sancta Maria Virgine:342 
La mi re':342 Lamento di Tristano (instr. , It. , 14ih c):351 Li doz/Trop ai lonc/Ma 

loiautes (Montpellier 28):354 Lord Rendall:372 
Ma Marie:341 Ma miette m'a mande:341 The Maid peep'd out at the window:350 

La Manfrolina (instr. , It. , 16ih c):351 Miserer my Maker:364 Mocht ich din 

bergern (Buxheimer):342 Mors a primi/Mors, que/Mors morsu (Montpellier 35):354 

Munday's joy and Watkins ale:372 My Lady Carey's dompe:342 My Robbin (instr):351 
Ne m'a pas oublie (Montpellier 207):354 Nell'apparir del sempiterno sole (laada):345 

Nostra dince:341 
O death rock me asleep:372 O Jesu dulcissime:361 O nato que vitiis (Montpellier 47):354 

O ye happy dames (Mulliner):342 On parole/A Paris/Frese nouvelle (Montpellier 319): 

354 
Paduana del Re (instr, , It. , 16th c):351 Pater noster comm'iserans (conductus):370 

Pavane des Dieux:341 Plut a la Vierge Marie:341 Povre secors/Gaude, chorus 

(Montpellier 3 9): 3 54 
Quant voi I'erbe/Salve, Virgo (Montpellier 43):354 La quarte estampie real (instr. , 

Fr. , 13th c):351 Quem pastores laudavere (14th c):363 Questa fanciulla (after 

Landim):342 Qui amours/Li dous pensers/Cis a cui (Montpellier 280):354 La quinte 

estampie real (instr. , Fr. , 13th c):351 
Rex coeli (Musica enchiriadis, ca850):384 Rigs O'Marlowe:350 Riu riu (villancico):373 

La Rocha e'lFuso (instr., It., 16th c):351 Rossignolet, connais-tu point ma mie:341 

Le Rote de Rode (lute):341 
Sa Sibil-la:373 Saltarella (Tabulature de Jean de Lublin):342 Saltarella de la ragione 

(instr., It., 16th c):351 Saltarello (instr. , It., 14th c):351 Salve, Virgo/Verbum 

Caro factum (Montpellier 284):354 La shy muse (Mulliner):342 Si la noche haze 

escura (villancico):383 Skolion of Seikilos:384 Stantipes (instr. , Engl. , 13th c):351 

Sumer is icumen in:386 Suite des faux bourdons en dialogue :342 
Tant que vivray (Attaingnant, 1529):363 La tete me fait si grand mal:341 Those eyes 

that set my fancie on fire:347 Tickle my toe (instr):351 Tourdion (lute):341 

A toye (instr):351 Tres (Libra de cifra neuva, Venega de Henestrosa):342 
Upon la mi re:342 

Vesame y abracame (villancico):383 
Wach auf, meins Herzens Sch8ne:363 We be soldiers three:372 Whose faithful service 

(Mulliner):342 Woodycock:349, 350 



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INDEX 



ENSEMBLES (CHORAL AND INSTRUMENTAL) 



AMBROSIAN SINGERS: Dunstable 

ANTICA ESCOLANS DE MONTSERRAT:373, 379 

BERLIN STATE ACADEMY CHOIR:387 

BEURON, MONKS OF THE BENEDICTINE ABBEY: 

323-25 
BLANCHARD VOCAL ENSEMBLE:341. 369 

Depres(3), Ockeghem 
BOSTON BRASS ENSEMBLE:G a brie li , G 
BUDAPEST MADRIGAL ENSEMBLE:366 
ENSEMBLE VOCAL CAILLARD:368 
CHANTEURS DE ST . -EUSTACHE:I n g e g n e r i , 

Palestrina 
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL CHOIR, OXFORD: 

346 
CONSORT PLAYERS:347 

CORAL ANTICA ESCOLANS. BARCELONA:373.379 
DELLERCONSORT:365.370,372, Mac haul 
DESSCFF CHOIRS:Depres , Victoria- 
ENSEMBLE POLYPHONIQUE DE PARIS:] a ne qu i n 
ENSEMBLE VOCAL DE PARIS:353 
ENSEMBLE VOCAL DU CONSERVATOIRE, MILAN: 

345 
ESCOLIANA DE MONTSERRAT, CAPILLA:326-29, 

Victoria 
GABRIELI FESTIVAL CHOIR AND BRASS ENSEM- 

BLE:G . Gabrieli 
GREGG SMITH SINGERS:371 
HUFSTADER SINGERS:359 
IN NOMINE PLAYERS:Byrd 
KANTOREI BARMEN -GEMARKE:340 
KING'S COLLEGE CHOIR, CAMBRIDGE:B yrd 
KRAINIS RECORDER CONSORT:351 



MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL CHOIR:T cm ki ns 
MAITRISE DE CATHe'dRALE ST, -ROMBOUT DE 

MALINE:Monte 
MONTREAL BACH CHOIR:] a ne q u i n 
MONTSERRAT ABBEY CHOIR:326-29 V i c t or i a 
NX.R.V. VOCAALENS. HILVERSUM:L ass us . 

Monteverdi 
NEW YORK BRASS QUINTET:376 
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA:349. 383 Depres 
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA MOTET CHOIR:Isaac , 

Obrecht 
NIEDERSACHSISCHER SINGKREIS:380 
NORDDEUTSCHER SINGKREIS:362 
PELOQUIN CHORALE:357,386 
POLIFONICA AMBROSIANA:345.361 
PRAGUE MADRIGALISTS:381 
PROMUSICA ANTIQUA (CAPE):D e pr e s 
RENAISSANCE CHORUS:D e p r e s 
ST.-IORDI CHORALE:382 Victoria 
ST. ]OSEPH'S ABBEY CHOIR:331 
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL CHOIR, LONDON:378 
ST. SUSANNA CHOIR:332 
THE SATURDAY CONSORT:355 
SCHOLA CANTORUM BASILIENSIS:344 G . G a b - 

rieli 
SEXTUOR VOCAL LUCA MAR£NZIO:367 
SOLESMES ABBEY CHOIR:333-37 
SWABIAN CHORUS:Lassus 
TELEMANN SOCIETY ORCHESTRA:350 
UNSERER LIEBEN FRAU ABBEY CHOIR:330 
VIENNA STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA BRASS 

ENSEMBLE:G . Gabrieli 
WAGNER CHORALE:338 
WELCH CHORALE:339 
WESTPHALIAN KANTOREI WINDS:377 



CONDUCTORS 



ARNDT:Franck, Staden 

S. BECK:347 

BERCKENBOSCH:342 

BIELLA:345,361 

BLANCHARD:369 Ockeghem 

BOEPPLE:Depres 

BORTONE:345 

BOWER:378 

BROWN:Depres 

BURGIN:G. Gabrieli 

CAILLARD:353,368 



CAPE:Depres 

CUNILL:326-29 

EHMANN:377 

GAJARD:331-37 

GASSULI-DURO:379 

GILLESBERGER:G . Gabrieli 

GREENBERG:349, 383 Depres, Isaac, Ob' 

recht 
GRISCHKAT:Lassus 
KAHLHCFER:340 
LITTLE:] a ne quia 



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MAC EWAN:332 

MARTIN:! n g e g n e r i 

MARTORELL:382 Victoria 

PFAFF:323-25 

RIVIERJanequin 

ROSE:Tomkins 

SCHULZE:350 

SEGARRA:Victoria 

SMITH:371 

STEVENS:Byrd, Dunstable 



STONE:G. Gabrieli 

SZEKERES:366 

VENHODA:381 

VIJVERMAN:Monte 

VOORBERG:Lassus, Monteverdi 

WATSON:346 

WAGNER:338 

WENZINGER:344 G . Gabrieli 

WILLOCKS:Byrd 

WOLTERS:362,380 



SOLO AND FEATURED INSTRUMENTALISTS AND SINGERS 



BIGGS (organ) :G . Gabrieli 

BLACKMAN (viol):354 

BREAM (lute):356, 364 

BRESSLER (tenor):354 

DELLER (counter-tenor):365. 370, 372 

FROIDEBISE (organ) :342 

GERWIG (lute):360 



MYERS (baritone):854 

OBERLIN (counter-tenor):354 Depres 

PEARS (tenor) :3 64 

PEETERS (organ):375 

PRICE (tenor):354 

M. THOMAS (keyboard instruments);343 

VIDER0 (organ):374 



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