John Dowland and others: musical compositions, c. 1600
Scope and Contents
Pavans, galliards, marches and songs, composed principally by Dowland and Holburne. The music is written on a single stave of six lines; the notes are represented by letters on the lines or spaces, and their length by symbols above the stave. Most pages contain 11 staves. Titles of the pieces include 'My hart is surely soft', 'Go fro my windoe goe' and 'Bonny sweete boy'.
- c. 1600
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1 volume(s) (1 volume)
In the Library by 1856.
The upper portion of the manuscript has been damaged by damp.
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