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Source: GB-Och Mus. 987

partbook, 1581-8; provenance: England, 'Dow Partbooks'

Archive
Christ Church [GB-Och]
Shelfmark
Mus. 987
Date
1581-8
Description

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Christ Church Library online catalogue entry

DIAMM information (this information supersedes that given in RISM or the Census Catalogue) (John Milsom, 2010):

Published in facsimile by DIAMM (See DIAMM publications page).

Description from Christ Church Library Music Catalogue.

Manuscript. Complete set of five partbooks containing motets, anthems, consort music and consort songs, copied principally by Robert Dow (1553-88), fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, with later additions by John Baldwin and an unidentified copyist; English, c. 1581-88 (Dow), and later. This set is one of the most important surviving music manuscripts from Elizabethan England, and a major source of works by William Byrd. It is also famous for Dow's exquisite penmanship, executed in black ink over staves previously printed in red. (An image Mus. 988, opened at the bass voice-part for no. 20, Thomas Tallis's 'Salvator mundi [I]', can be viewed here.) For a detailed discussion of the history and codicological structure of these partbooks, together with a biography of Robert Dow, see the article by David Mateer listed in the Bibliography below. For a discussion of the printed music paper on which Dow copied the music, see the article by Fenlon & Milsom. For transcriptions, translations and discussion of Dow's verbal Latin commentaries, written into the partbooks largely at the ends of individual pieces, see Boyd. For information about the consort songs (items 102-126 in the inventory below, excluding the pieces by Byrd), see the edition by Philip Brett listed in the Bibliography.

The volumes are unfoliated. Dow himself numbered items 1-52. Baldwin numbered items 53-4 (also adding '55' in error in Mus. 984-5). The remaining contents were left unnumbered until the 19th century. Various later hands (including that of Havergal) continued the numbering system, in sequences that do not always agree with one another. (In particular, Baldwin's '55' caused confusion; and there is some uncertainty about how to number secunda and tertia partes of multi-section pieces.) In the inventory below, column 1 shows a rational numbering system, which sometimes differs from the numbers actually written into the volumes themselves (shown in column 2), and from Mateer's system (which is not reproduced here). Dow's form of representing a composer's name often varies from partbook to partbook; the version shown in column 3 (when displayed in the form of the MSS) reproduces his fullest and/or most modern variant. Titles of works (when displayed in the form of the MSS) are derived from incipits as they appear in Mus. 984, except (1) in pieces where the opening text-phrase is sung only by other voices, in which case the highest-sounding participating voice is followed; and (2) for consort songs, where the incipit follows that of the 'singing part'. The following pieces were not copied by Dow:

• nos. 53-4: copied by John Baldwin.

• nos. 99-100: copyist unidentified.

Oblong format, c. 200 x 150 mm. The music has been copied on sheets previously printed with red staves, of a type issued by Tallis and Byrd under the conditions of their 1575 royal patent; for details, see Fenlon & Milsom. Collation and watermarks: see Mateer. All five partbooks contain some pages of unused ruled staves; no attempt is made here to list them, on account of the absence of a foliation system. For information about the order in which the contents were entered into the partbooks, see Mateer. Late 16th-century covers of brown leather over boards. Upper and lower covers: gold-tooled with fillets, enclosing a central ornamental panel flanked by the initials 'G. T.' (= Giles Thomson; see Mateer, and section on Provenance below). (An image of the upper cover of Mus. 987 can be viewed here.) Gilt edges. Stubs of black ribbon ties at the upper, lower and fore edges. Spines gold-tooled with fillets, and (at the head) abbreviated voice-designations: 'S/M/C/T/B'. Bookplate 2. An index of contents by Havergal (arranged alphabetically by composer) is pasted into the front of Mus. 984. 19th-century shelfmarks: F.1.23-7. All five volumes appear to have been lightly repaired and partially rebacked, probably in the early 20th century.

Provenance: according to Mateer's researches, at Dow's death the partbooks passed to Giles Thomson, a former colleague of Dow's at All Souls, and later Dean of St George's Chapel, Windsor; he died in 1612. The Windsor connection helps explain the additions made to the partbooks by John Baldwin (d. 1615), who was a singing-man at St George's Chapel. From Thomson, the books passed to Gregory Baker (d. 1637), then to his son Giles Baker (d. c. 1661). The next trace of the set is as part of the Aldrich bequest, where it is listed in Dowding at position N.2.4 as 'Latin Psalms / By Tallis &c MS. 5 voc. 1581'. Possibly the set was acquired by Aldrich together with Mus. 979-83, copied wholly by John Baldwin, which is also of Windsor provenance.

Microfilm: manuscript music, reel 33

Census Catalogue Description:

FromCensus-Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music 1400-1550 5 vols., Renaissance Manuscript Studies (Neuhausen-Stuttgart: American Institute of Musicology, Hänssler Verlag, 1979-1988) Vol. 2, p. 317 and Vol. 4, p. 459

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1 Magnificat section, 5 hymns, 1 set of Lamentations, 49 motets, 22 anthems and English sacred pieces, 28 English secular pieces, 4 French secular pieces, 3 Italian secular pieces, 1 textless canon, 13 instrumental pieces = 127

Bruster-1, Bull-1, Byrd-56, (Edwards?)-1, R. Farrant/(Byrd/R. Parsons 1)-1, A. Ferrabosco I-2, N. Giles-1, (Hunnis?)-1, R. Johnson I-1, Lassus-3, Mallorie-1, Mocheni-2, W. Mundy-1, R. Parsons I-6, R. Parsons I/(Byrd)-1, R. Parsons I/(Wilder)-1, Shepherd-1, Strogers-6, J. Tailer [Mr. Tayler; Tailer]-1, Tallis-6, Taverner-1, Tye-4, Tye/(Maillard?)-1, Tye/(Verdelot/Wilder)-1, R. White-13, R. White/(M. White)-1, Wilder [Phillips]-1, Woodcocke-2, anon-9

5 paper partbooks (D-ii + i + 93 folios, Medius-ii + 93 + i, AT-ii + 95 + i folios each, B-ii + 89 + i), 142 x 194. No foliation or pagination. Original numbering of Latin pieces at beginning, 1-54; modern ink and pencil numbering of pieces in remainder of manuscript, 55-99 + 99b-133 ("133" applied to three different pieces; some partes counted separately). Early l7th-century covers of brown leather on cardboard, tooled in gold with decorative borders and initials "G.T." Modern index on flyleaves at beginning of D lists pieces alphabetically by composer (R. White works listed first, out of order). Black void mensural notation on orange staves; cantus firmus in some pieces in black mensural notation.

The main scribe was probably Robert Dow the Younger. Pieces #53-54 are slightly later additions in the hand of John Baldwin (see below), who also copied LonBLM 24 d.2, OxfC 979-83, part of OxfBMS e.376-81, and "My Ladye Nevells Booke" (last-named manuscript not within scope of this catalogue). #98-99 possibly copied by Dow, using less formal hand, or may be work of a third, unidentified scribe. No initials, but some text incipits copied in ornamental script. Latin epigrams on various folios include comments on the art of music and evaluations of particular composers (see BoydE).

1581-8, with slightly later additions (BernsCE). Copied in Oxford. The compiler and original owner was Robert Dow the Younger (ca. 1554-1588), fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Later owned by John Baldwin, a singer and clerk at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, and gentleman of the Chapel Royal from 1594; Baldwin added two pieces. Later owner "G.T." added present bindings stamped with his initials. Acquired by Henry Aldrich (1647-1710), Dean of Christ Church, Oxford; bequeathed to Christ Church Library in 1710.

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Provenance
England , Oxford , Christ Church Cathedral
Notation
Black void mensural notation on orange staves; cantus firmus in some pieces in black mensural notation

Bibliography

  • View Milsom, John: The Dow Partbooks, Facsimile with introductory (Oxford: DIAMM Publications, 2010)
  • View Boydell, Barra: Music at Christ Church before 1800: documents and selected anthems (Four Courts Press, 1999)
  • View Milsom, John: 'Sacred Songs in the Chamber', in English Choral Practice, 1400-1650 edited by John Morehen (Cambridge, 1995), 165-6
  • View Mateer, David: 'Oxford, Christ Church Music MSS 984-8: An Index and Commentary' Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle 20 (1986-7), 1-18
  • View Charteris, Richard: Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543-1588): A Thematic Catalogue of his Music with a Biographical Calendar (New York, 1984) , 83,91,192 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial)]
  • View Fenlon, Iain; Milson, John: ''Ruled Paper Imprinted': Music Paper and Patents in Sixteenth-Century England' Journal of the American Musicological Society 37 (1984), 139-63
  • View Bernstein, Jane A: 'Philip van Wilder and the Netherlandish Chanson in England' Musica Disciplina 33 (1979), 55-75 , 66,71-2 [Notes: mention of MS; contents list (partial); concordances (partial)]
  • View Atkinson, Charles M (ed.): , Recent Researches in the Music of the Middle Ages and Early Renaissance (Madison, Wisconsin: A-R Editions, 1975-) , III, ix, xviii, 85-7; XII, 15; XIII, 10-1; XIV, 9-12, 59-72 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial)]
  • View Bernstein, Jane Agar: The Chanson in England 1530-1640: A Study of Sources and Styles, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Berkeley (1974) , 286-98 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Daniel, Ralph T; Le Huray, Peter: The Sources of English Church Music 1549-1660., Early English Church Music Vol. Supplementary Volume 1 (London, 1972)
  • View Bray, Roger W: The Interpretation of Musica Ficta in English Music, C. 1490-C. 1580, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Oxford University (1969) , I, 169-84, 234-6, passim; II, 80-9 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Brett, Philip (ed.): Consort Songs, Musica Britannica Vol. XXII (London, 1967)
  • View Brett, Philip: The Songs of William Byrd, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Cambridge University (1965) , 18-24, 110-1, 126-34, 228-31 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Harrison, Frank L L (ed.): Early English Church Music (London: Stainer & Bell, 1963-) , XXVIII, 124,128,130,133-4,137-8; XXX,109-18,176,189-90 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial)]
  • View Kerman, Joseph: 'Byrd's Motets: Chronology and Canon' Journal of the American Musicological Society 14 (1961), 359-82 , 364-6, 368-9 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Brett, Philip; Dart, Thurston: 'Songs by William Byrd in Manuscripts at Harvard' Harvard Library Bulletin 14 (1960), 343-65 , 360-4 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial)]
  • View Lewis, Anthony (ed.): Musica Britannica: A National Collection of Music (London, 1951-) , IX, 223; XXII, xx, 2ff, passim; XLIV,74-5,184,186,188-9,191-3 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial); facsimile (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Kerman, Joseph: 'Review of Byrd' Journal of the American Musicological Society 3 (1950), 273-7 , 277 [Notes: contents list (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Blume, Friedrich (ed.): Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Allgemeine Enzyklopädie der Musik (Kassel, 1949-79) [Specific citations give volume and column number] , X, 515; XIII, 53-4 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); facsimile (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Fellowes, Edmund H: William Byrd (London, New York, and Toronto, 1948) , 99-100, 109, 112, 141-3, 170-1, 193, 235-6 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Boyd, Morrison Comegys: Elizabethan Music and Musical Criticism (Philadelphia, 1940) , 74-8, 81-2, 312-7 [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); mention of MS; discussion]
  • View Fellowes, Edmund H; et al, (eds.): The Collected Works of William Byrd (1937-50, 1962) [Revised edition: 1962] , XV, passim; XVII, 155, 162 [Notes: contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial)]
  • View Fellowes, E H; et al, (eds.): Tudor Church Music (London, Oxford et al., 1923-48) , I, xxx, lix; II, xxii, xxxiv-xxxvi, 242-7, 266-70, 277-81; III, xvi; V, xx-xxv, passim; VI, xxx-xxxii; IX, xii, xiv [Notes: physical description (partial); contents list (partial); concordances (partial); transcriptions (partial)]
  • View Arkwright, G E P: Catalogue of Music in the Library of Christ Church Oxford (Oxford University Press, 1915-23) , I, passim; II, 154-62 [Notes: contents list; concordances (partial); incipits (partial)]

Table of contents

  • View 1 3-8 Lamentations a5 (Heth. Peccatum peccavit)   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 2 9-14 Miserere mei Deus   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 3 15 Christe, qui lux es I Precamur   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 4 16 Christe, qui lux es II Precamur   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 5 17 Christe, qui lux es III Precamur   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 6 18-20 Manus tuae fecerunt me   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 7 21 Portio mea, Domine   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 8 22-23 Justus es, Domine   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 9 24-25 Ne irascaris Domine/Behold, I bring you glad tidings   - William Byrd
  • View 10 26-27 O Domine adjuva me   - William Byrd
  • View 11 28-29 Tribulationes civitatum   - William Byrd
  • View 12 30-32 Domine exaudi orationem meam   - William Byrd
  • View 13 33-34 Domine praestolamur   - William Byrd
  • View 14 35 Ad te clamamus   - Christopher Tye
  • View 15 36-37 Omnes gentes plaudite manibus jubilate II: Ascendit Deus in jubilo et Dominus   - Christopher Tye
  • View 16 38 Magnificat: Esurientes   - John Sheppard (Shepherd)
  • View 17 39 Angelus ad pastores ait annuntio vobis   - Orlande de Lassus (Roland, Orlandi di Lasso)
  • View 18 40 Veni in ortum meum   - Orlande de Lassus (Roland, Orlandi di Lasso)
  • View 19 41 O salutaris hostia   - Thomas Tallis (Tallys, Talles)
  • View 20 42 Salvator mundi I   - Thomas Tallis (Tallys, Talles)
  • View 21 43 Candidi Facti sunt   - Thomas Tallis (Tallys, Talles)
  • View 22 44 Dum transisset sabatum Maria Magdalena   - Robert (i) Johnson
  • View 23 45-46 Exaudiat te Dominus in die tribulationis   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 24 47 Tribulationem et dolorem inveni   - Alfonso Ferrabosco the elder
  • View 25 48-49 Non me vincat Deus   - Nicholas Strogers (Strowger, Strowgers)
  • View 26 50 Dum transisset sabbatum I   - John Taverner
  • View 27 51-52 Tribulatio proxima est   - William Byrd
  • View 28 53-55 Appropinquet deprecatio mea   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 29 56 Christus resurgens   - ? John Tailer / ? Robert Taylor (Tailour; Taylour)
  • View 30 57-58 O quam gloriosum est regnum   - William Byrd
  • View 31 59-61 Tristitia et anxietasDomine tu jurasti   - William Byrd
  • View 32 62 Apparebit in finem   - William Byrd
  • View 33 63-64 Audivi vocem de caelo   - William Byrd
  • View 34 65 In resurrectione tua   - William Byrd
  • View 35 66-68 Retribue servo tuo   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 36 69 Fac cum servo tuo   - William Byrd
  • View 37 70-71 Sive vigilem   - William Mundy (Moondaye, Munday, Monday, Mondy, Mondie)
  • View 38 72 Christe, qui lux es IV Precamur   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 39 73-74 Deus venerunt gentes parts I and II   - William Byrd
  • View 40 75-76 Domine tu jurasti   - William Byrd
  • View 41 77-78 Exsurge Domine, quare obdormis?   - William Byrd
  • View 42 79-80 O sacrum convivium in quo Christus sumitur   - Thomas Tallis (Tallys, Talles)
  • View 43 81 Salvator mundi II   - Thomas Tallis (Tallys, Talles)
  • View 44 82 Deus venerunt gentes part III Effuderunt   - William Byrd
  • View 45 83-84 Christe qui lux es Precamur   - William Byrd
  • View 46 85 Laetentur caeli   - William Byrd
  • View 47 86-87 Deus venerunt gentes part IV Facti sumus   - William Byrd
  • View 48 88 Ave Maria   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 49 89-90 Dum transisset sabatum Maria Magdalena   - Roose
  • View 50 91-92 Decantabat populus in Israel
  • View 51 93 Mirabile mysterium   - Alfonso Ferrabosco the elder
  • View 52 94-95 Miserere mei Deus   - William Byrd
  • View 53 96-99 O bone Jesu   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 54 100 Vestigia mea dirige   - Nathaniel Giles (Gyles)
  • View 55 113-114 Lord who shall dwell   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 56 115-116 The Lord bless us and keep us   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 57 117 O Lord, make thy servant, Elizabeth = O Lord make thy servant Charles   - William Byrd
  • View 58 118 Prevent us, O Lord   - William Byrd
  • View 59 119-120 How long shall mine enemies   - William Byrd
  • View 60 121-123 O that most rare breast   - William Byrd
  • View 61 124 Come to me, grief, for ever   - William Byrd
  • View 62 125 In fields abroad   - William Byrd
  • View 63 126 Where Fancy fond   - William Byrd
  • View 64 127 Susanna fair   - William Byrd
  • View 65 128 While Phoebus used to dwell   - William Byrd
  • View 66 129 Why do I use my paper, ink and pen?   - William Byrd
  • View 67 130 La verginella   - William Byrd
  • View 68 131 I joy not in no earthly bliss   - William Byrd
  • View 69 132 Ah, golden hairs   - William Byrd
  • View 70 133 Lord in thy wrath   - William Byrd
  • View 71 134 Care for thy soul   - William Byrd
  • View 72 135-136 Browning   - William Byrd
  • View 73 137 Browning   - Clement Woodcock (Woodcoke; Woodecock)
  • View 74 138 Miserere   - Mallorie (Malery; Mallarie; Mallery; Malorie; Malory)
  • View 75 139 Hodie Christus natus est nobis = Ascendo ad patrem meum et patrem vestrum   - Jean Maillard (Maillart)
  • View 76 140 Rubum quem   - Christopher Tye
  • View 77 140 Susanne un jour d'amour solicitée par deux viellards   - Orlande de Lassus (Roland, Orlandi di Lasso)
  • View 78 141 Madonna somm' acorto   - ? Philippe Verdelot (Deslouges)
  • View 79 141 Pour vous aimer   - Phillip Van Wilder (De Villdret; de Vuildre; Vanwilder, Van Wyllender; Welder; Wild; Wildroe; Wylde)
  • View 80 142-143 De la court   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 81 144 Je file quand Dieu me donne de quoi   - ? Robert Parsons (1) / ? Phillip Van Wilder (De Villdret; de Vuildre; Vanwilder, Van Wyllender; Welder; Wild; Wildroe; Wylde)
  • View 82 145 In nomine III   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 83 146 In nomine V   - William Byrd
  • View 84 147 In nomine I   - Nicholas Strogers (Strowger, Strowgers)
  • View 85 148 In nomine III   - Nicholas Strogers (Strowger, Strowgers)
  • View 86 149 In nomine II   - Nicholas Strogers (Strowger, Strowgers)
  • View 87 150 In nomine   - John Bull (Jan, Jean, Boul; Bul; Bol; Bouville; Bonville)
  • View 88 151 In nomine V   - Robert White (Whyte)
  • View 89 151 In nomine XIV 'Follow me'   - Christopher Tye
  • View 90 152-153 In nomine I   - Clement Woodcock (Woodcoke; Woodecock)
  • View 91 154 If that a sinner's sighs   - William Byrd
  • View 92 155 If women could be fair   - Edmund Hooper
  • View 93 156 Prostrate, O Lord, I lie   - William Byrd
  • View 94 157 Even from the depth unto thee   - William Byrd
  • View 95 158 When I was otherwise than now   - William Byrd
  • View 96 159-160 In nomine I a4, with added part   - Brewster (Brusser; Bruster; Brusters)
  • View 97 161 O God, wherefore art thou absent
  • View 99 173 Come, Holy Ghost / In nomine
  • View 100 173 O Lord of whom I do depend / In nomine
  • View 101 173 O Lord, turn not away thy face / In nomine
  • View 102 174-175 When May is in his prime
  • View 103 176 Ah, alas, you salt sea gods   - Richard Farrant
  • View 104 177 A doleful deadly pang   - Nicholas Strogers (Strowger, Strowgers)
  • View 105 177 My little sweet darling
  • View 106 178 Ah, silly poor Joas
  • View 107 178 In terrors trapp'd
  • View 108 179 The saint I serve
  • View 109 179 How can the tree
  • View 110 180 Alas, alack, my heart is woe
  • View 111 180 Lullaby, my sweet little baby   - William Byrd
  • View 112 181 O Lord, how vain   - William Byrd
  • View 113 181 My mind to me a kingdom is   - William Byrd
  • View 114 182 Who likes to love   - William Byrd
  • View 115 182 Enforc'd by love and fear   - Robert Parsons (1)
  • View 116 183 Mistrust not truth
  • View 117 183 The day delay'd
  • View 118 183-184 Come tread the paths
  • View 119 185 Triumph with pleasant melody   - William Byrd
  • View 120 186 Blessed is he that fears the Lord   - William Byrd
  • View 121 186 Blame I confess   - William Byrd
  • View 122 187 O Lord, within thy tabernacle   - William Byrd
  • View 123 188 How shall a young man?   - William Byrd
  • View 124 188-189 Though Amaryllis dance in green   - William Byrd
  • View 126 192 Trinitas in unitate   - ? Vincenzo Ruffo / ? Francesco Mocheni

Relationships

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Copyists
  • Copyist:? Robert Dow the Younger (1554-1588) (music)
Persons and places
  • compiler: Robert Dow the Younger (1554-1588) (fellow of All Souls College, Oxford)
  • owner: John Baldwin, Windsor
  • owner: Henry Aldrich (1647-1710) (Dean of Christ Church, Oxford)

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