Musical Sources in Facsimile

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The Fountains Fragments
London, British Library, Add. MSS 62132A and 40011B

Two Fifteenth-Century Song Books
Cambridge University Library, Add. MS 5943 and
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Douce 381

Processionale ad Usum Sarum
(Pynson 1502) from St John's College, Oxford, b. 1. 19

Thomas Tallis and William Byrd, Cantiones Sacrae
Vautrollier, 1575. From London, The Royal College of Music, I. E. 9

Thomas Weelkes: Keyboard Music Extracted from
London, The British Library, Add MS 30485;
Royal College of Music, MS 2093;
New York Public Library, Drexel, MS 5612

Thomas Ravenscroft: A Briefe Discourse (Adams 1614)
Collection of Robert Spencer, previously Alfred Cortot.

Narcissus Marsh's Lyra Viol Book
Dublin, Archbishop Marsh's Library, MS Z3.5.13.

The Harpsicord Master II and III (1700, 1702)
London, The Royal College of Music

Anne Brontë's Song Book
Haworth, The Brontë Parsonage Museum, Bonnell MS 133

Branwell Brontë's Flute Book
Haworth, The Brontë Parsonage Museum, Bonnell MS 56


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