Scope and Contents
Bass parts to instrumental trios and quartets. The following composers' names and titles occur: (fo. 5) 'Mr Baptist ground'; (fos 6, 7v) 'Mr Hillton'; (fos 8, 14v, 15, 17, 18v, 42v) 'Mr Babtist'; (fos 9, 11v, 19v, 20, 40v) 'Mr Farmer'; (fos 12, 14, 25v) 'Mr Peasable'; (fo. 12v) 'Round'; (fos 15v, 16) 'Mr Staggins'; (fo. 17) 'Mr Farranell'; (fos 20v, 29, 34) 'Hornpipe'; (fos 24v, 38) 'Mr Farmer's overture'; (fo. 32) 'Corant'; (fos 32, 35) 'Farewell'; (fo. 32v) 'Mr Babtist's chocone'; (fo. 33v) 'Mr Girdler'; (fo. 37v) 'Mr Banister's Ground in B'; (fo. 37v) 'Mr Banister's Ground in F'; (fo. 40) 'Prelude'; (fo. 45) 'Plunkett's Farewell by Mr Palmer'; (fo. 45) 'Fitzharris Farewell by Mr Palmer'; (fo. 49) 'Common Hunt'. fo. 58: 'Henry Sturmy'; fo. 1: 'Henry Sturmy Booke Att Mr Martin Wilkinsons In York Street in Covent Garden 1681' (on outside of original paper cover).
- Sturmy, Henry, fl 1681 (Person)
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1 volume(s) (1 volume paper) : paper
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Alfred Cooper, 1 July 1896.
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