ApDuets

APPENDIX 6

Duet and consort musicin solo lute sources
[1]

All known sources for each piece are listed

Abbreviations:

= equal parts

TG Treble/Ground

Walsingham Sometimes known as the Beverly and Mills Consort Books. Hull, University, The Brynmor Jones Library, MSS DDHO/20/1-3; flute treble viol and bass viol part books. Oakland, California, Mills College Library; cittern part-book. Four of the Walsingham Consort Books, 1588.

Holmes Matthew Holmes Consort Books: Cambridge University Library,Lute (L) Dd.3.18 (also contains duet music); Recorder (R) Dd.5.21; Bass Viol (V) Dd.5.20; Cittern (C) Dd.14.24

Browne The Browne (formerly Braye) bandora (c1600) and lyra viol (c1635-40) book, owned by Robert Spencer

Morley Thomas Morley The First Book of Consort Lessons (London, 1599/R 1611) ed. Sydney Beck (New York, 1959)

Rosseter FluteUS-NYpl Drexel 5433.5; Cittern GB-Lcm Ms II.E.43

Composer

Title
Lutes
Duet Sources
Consort Sources and notes
Richard Allison
Allison's Pavan


Dd.3.18 19v-20/1
Richard Allison
Bacheler's Delight


Dd.3.18 44v/2-45
Richard Allison
De la Tromba pavan/Lady Frances Sidney's Goodmorrow
=
FIRST

Pickeringe 7v-8r/1

?Dd.3.18 45v-46

SECOND

Pickeringe 6v/2-7r

Sampson 10v-11r/1

Brogyntyn 26-27/1

Walsingham no.1 The Lady Frances Sidneys Goodmorowe. Mr Richard Allison

Morley No.3 De la Tromba pavin

Holmes No.? De la Tromba.

The lute part in Holmes (Dd.3.18 40r) contains answering trumpet calls as in the lute duet, rather than in Morley's printed version. Although only Walsingham has the composer's attribution this would seem acceptable owing to the number of Allison's pieces in this source, and the strong possibility that Allison was associated with the books in some way. The lute duet arrangement may not be by Allison.

Richard Allison
Dolorosa Pavan


Dd.3.18 46v-47
Richard Allison
Go From My Window
=
FIRST

Add.2764(2) 9v

Dd.3.1834v-35
Richard Allison
Knell


Dd.3.18 31v-32/1.
Richard Allison
Mrs Millicent's Pavan


Dd.3.18 57v-58
Richard Allison
Sharp Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 11v-12r/1

Folger 17v-18r

ML 5v-6r

GROUND

Pickeringe 12r/2

Trumbull 17r/2

6 statements of a 12-bar ground
Richard Allison
Spanish Measures
TG
TREBLE

Board 4v-5r/1GROUND

Board 5r/2

4 statements of a 16-bar ground. Ground requires 7th course at D

All Night in Venus' Court


Dd.3.18 53/3

Almain
=
FIRST

ML 33v/1

SECOND

ML 33v/2

in Flat French tuning

Almain Lorraine
?=
FIRST

Dd.4.22 2r/1

Sampson 3r/1

Thysius 501r

Folger 2v/1

SECOND

Sampson 3r/2

Folger 2v/2

Popular piece reprinted (for other media) many times 1552-83. See Brown 1965

Alpha Pavan
=
SECOND

Brogyntyn 13/2

Holmes Cittern 26r

Braye 16v


Ballet
=
FIRST

Besard 1603 150v/1

SECOND

Besard 1603 151/1.

Dolmetsch 135v-6



Ballet des Folles
=
FIRST

Besard 1603 150v/2

SECOND

Besard 1603 151/2



Battle
= tone apart
FIRST

Pickeringe 53v-54r

SECOND

Pickeringe 52v-53r

The 6th course is lowered one tone on each lute. See also Thistlethwaite.

Battle
=
FIRST

Dallis 238-39/1

SECOND

Dallis 239/2-40/1

Phalese 1563 56v-57r (both)

Phalese 1568 60v-61r (both)

Phalese 1571 98v-99r (both)Not the same as above.

Although not strictly an English duet, this is included because of its appearance in a major Golden Age source. It is the only duet from the continental repertory to appear in an English MS collection. See also Thistlethwaite.

Bodkin
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 44r/2-44v/1

9 statements of a 4-bar ground

Callinoe
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 3r

8 statements of an 8-bar ground

Chi passa
=, 4th apart
FIRST

Willoughby 83v-84r

SECOND

Willoughby 84v-85/1

A basic setting without divisions

De la Court Pavan


Dd.3.18 47v-48/1

Dd.3.18 72v(recorder)


De la Tromba Galliard
=
SECOND

Brogyntyn 27/1-28/1

Rosseter only flute and cittern survive

Dolorosa Pavan


Dd.3.18 53v

Drewry's Accords
=
FIRST

Pickeringe 6v/1

Ballet 48

SECOND

Pickeringe 6r/2

Brogyntyn 30

Ballet 49/1



Dump
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 6r/2 and 6v-7r

14 statements of a 4-bar ground.

Duncome's Galliard
?=
FIRST

Sampson 12r

Holmes Dd.3.18 17r/2 /Recorder 5r/Viol 5r/Cittern17r

Earl of Oxford's March



Dd.3.18 20/2.

Emerald Galliard


Dd.3.18 52v/1

French Volt


Dd.3.18 8/2

Euing 23v/2


Galliard
1 L, 4 hands
Trumbull 32v (both partsin score)
7th course at D. Similar to Dowland's 'My Lord Chamberlain...' but sufficiently different to merit inclusion as a separate piece

Galliard
?=
FIRST

Trumbull 33v

The 'report' style of this piece makes reconstruction of the missing second part a viable proposition. The piece is omitted from the inventory in the facsimile

Galliard
=
FIRST

Phalese 1552 92/2.

SECOND

Phalese 1552 93/2.

May be parts of a consort

Galliard for 2 lutes after Lavecchia
=
FIRST

Ballet 46

SECOND

Ballet 47

Musically unrelated to Johnson's 'Lavecchia' pavan and galliard, even though this galliard and J's pavan are placed in juxtaposition in this source.

Goodnight
TG
TREBLE

Ballet 85/3-86/1

GROUND

Dd.2.11 8v-9r/1



Greensleeves
TG
TREBLE

Folger 5r/1

Mynshall 3r/2-3v/1

GROUND

Folger 5r/2

5 statements of an 8-bar Romanesca ground



Ground
TG
GROUND

Marsh 419/4



Ground
TG
GROUND

Marsh 419/5



Heart Opressed
TG
TREBLE

Mynshall 2r/2

Rhythm signs are very confused.

Version for solo lute in Le Roy 1574 77r

John Come Kiss Me Now
TG
TREBLE

Welde 10v-11

Cosens 69v-70v (?solo)

ML 11v-12 (?solo)



La Dolce Nenne


Dd.3.18 53/1

Lady Harcourt's Galliard


Dd.3.18 52v/2.

Malt's Come Down
TG
TREBLE

Dd.9.33 89v



Merry Mood
=
FIRST

Sampson 12r/2



Nightingale
=
FIRST

Dd.3.18 22v/2



Nutmegs and Ginger


Dd.3.18 33/2

Packington's Galliard
=
FIRST

Sampson 9r/1

Mynshall 9r

Marsh 268

2764(2) [2v]-[3r]

SECOND

Brogyntyn 19/2



Passamezzo [moderno] Pavan
=
FIRST

Dallis 244-245/1

SECOND

Dallis 245/2

Phalese 1563 62 [inv]



Passamezzo Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 42v-43v/1

3 statements of a 16-bar ground



Passamezzo Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 41v-42r

statements of a 16-bar ground



Passamezzo Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 43v/2-44/1



Primero


Dd.3.18 32v-33/1

Quadran Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 12v-13r/1

Dd.3.18 6r/2 and 6v-7r

Trumbull 11v-12r

GROUND

Pickeringe 13r/2

Pickeringe 8r/3 (identical to the version on 13r)

The Ground needs some adjustments in the second section to fit precisely with the treble



Quadran Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 9v-10r/1

Dd.3.18 5v-6r/1

Trumbull 10v-11r

GROUND

Pickeringe 10r/2



Robin is to the greenwood gone
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 11r

Although this treble is found in the duet section of Dd.3.18, Lyle Nordstrom has suggested that the second part should be played on a bass viol rather than a lute. Evidence for this includes the chordal first section of the treble (unusual in a lute duet) and the presence of a compatible bass viol part in Dd.5.20 3r. However, a reconstructed ground for a second lute may be found in Tab.1, no.3


Rogero
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 39

GROUND

Dallis 92/2



La Rossignoll
=
FIRST

Pickeringe 8r/2

Board 6r/2

SECOND

Pickeringe 8v/1



Squire's Galliard / My Lord Strange's Galliard
=
SECOND

Sampson 12v/2-13r

This part is clearly an arrangement the other half of which is lost, since this part is incompatible for reasons of range and texture, with any of the extant solo versions.

Walsingham No.17 (c minor)

Holmes No.? (g minor)

The Sampson part fits perfectly with the Walsingham consort version, and the first lute can probably be reconstructed from these.


Sweet Margaret
TG
TREBLE

Vilnius 22



Tarleton's Jig


Dd.3.18 53/2

Treble
TG
TREBLE

Dd.9.33 54



Treble
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 156/2-157



Welladay
TG
GROUND

Ballet 104/6


Mark Anthony
Passamezzo Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 369-375/1

Phalese 1563 72v-75v.

GROUND

Marsh 375/2

Phalese 1563 65/2 [inv].


R Ascue
Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.9.33 88v


Augustine Bassano
Alfonso's Pavan


Dd.3.18 36v
Cotton
Goodnight
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 362-3


Francis Cutting
Short Almain
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 59r

GROUND

Pickeringe 14r/2

The two parts are not compatible, and appear to be from slightly different pieces


Francis Cutting ?
French Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Vilnius 54v/2

GROUND

Vilnius 54v/3


John Danyel
Fancy
=
FIRST

Sampson 11r/2


John Danyel
Passamezzo Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 62r-63r/1

GROUND

Dd.3.18 63r/2

8 statements of a 16-bar ground


John Dowland
Fortune my Foe
=
FIRST

Dd.2.11 56/2

Dd.9.33 89

Probably a duet, as extant sources do not function as either solos or consort parts. this implies there must be other sources

Consort version?

Ballet 14r

John Dowland
Fortune My Foe
TG
TREBLE

Dd.9.33 89


John Dowland
Frog Galliard/ Now O Now
=
SECOND

Vilnius 21/1


John Dowland
Frog Galliard/ Now O Now
TG
GROUND

Vilnius 22v/1


John Dowland
Giles Hoby's Galliard


Herbert 10r/1

Hove 1612 52v/2

John Dowland
Lachrimae arr. J. B. Besard
=
FIRST

Besard 1617 7r/2 and 8r/2

SECOND

Besard 1617 7r/1 and 8r/1

Besard 1617 7/3 and 8/3

DIFFERENT VERSION:

Dd.3.18 16v-17/1

John Dowland
Lady Rich's Galliard/ Dowland's Bells
TG
TREBLE

Vilnius 21/1

GROUND

Vilnius 21/3


John Dowland
Lord Willough-by's Welcome Home
=
FIRST

Folger 9v/1

SECOND

Sampson 11v/2


John Dowland
Lord Cham-berlain's Galliard
1 lute, 4 hands
FIRST & SECOND

Dowland 1597 sig.L2v

7th course at D


John Dowland
Mounsieur's Almain
=
FIRST

Add.2764(2) 12v/2

Dd.3.18 35v

Welde 14v/2-15

SECOND

Euing 19v

Mynshall 10/2

Schele 147/2-148/1 (lute)

Vilnius 1r/3 (bandora)

Morley No.15

John Dowland
Orlando


Vilnius 1/1

Vilnius 1/2 (bandora)

John Dowland
Sir John Smith's Almain
=
SECOND

Ballet 7

Schele 148/2 Allmande: Lute part for broken consort
Alfonso Ferrabosco
Spanish Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 10v-11r/1

Dd.3.18 14v-15r/1

GROUND

Pickeringe 11r/2

6 statements of a 16-bar ground.


Gastoldi arr.?
Ballet Questo Dolce Serene
=
FIRST

Dolmetsch 162

Valerius 1626 263

SECOND

Dolmetsch 161v


Johan Leo Hassler
Intrada
=
FIRST

Fuhrmann 1615 132/2

SECOND

Fuhrmann 1615 132/1


Anthony Holborne
Holborne's Farewell


Dd.3.18 18
Joachim van den Hove ?
Duet
=
FIRST

Hove 1601 75v-76v

SECOND

Hove 1601 76-77 [inv]


John Johnson?
Cara Cosa Folia
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 162-3, 165/2 irregular


John Johnson
Chi Passa
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 7v-8r

Marsh 151/3-153

3 divisions on a 32-bar ground. Various versions of the ground are in Marsh and Willoughby


John Johnson
Delight Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Board 14v-15

GROUND

Dallis 84-85/1

Dd.3.1820v-21 and 59v-60

Trumbull 4v-5r

Vilnius 62v-63v/1

John Johnson
Delight Pavan
=
FIRST

Folger 14v-15r

SECOND

Brogyntyn 13/1

A second part was probably added to a solo; this arrangement may not be by Johnson


John Johnson
Dump
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 3v/1

Marsh 144/3-145

31392 22v/1

GROUND

Dd.3.18 3v/1

31392 22v/2

Marsh 144/2

13 divisions on a 4-bar ground. The ground is the first 4 bars of Dd.3.18.


John Johnson?
Dump
TG, 4th apart
TREBLE

Marsh 150-51/1

GROUND

Marsh 151/2

23 (?24) statements of a 2-bar ground.


John Johnson?
Dump / The Most Assured
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 71v-72r

Schele 16/3

Thistlethwaite 2r-3r/1

23 (?24) statements of a 2-bar ground, the first 6 concordant with preceding piece.


John Johnson
Flat Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 22r

Pickeringe 5v/1

The ground can be reconstructed from the version in Pickeringe below


John Johnson
Flat Galliard
=
FIRST

Pickeringe 5v/1

SECOND

Pickeringe 5v/2-6r/1

Arrangement possibly not by Johnson


John Johnson
Flat Pavan
=
FIRST

Pickeringe 4v/2-5r/1

SECOND

Pickeringe 5r/2

Trumbull 15r/1

An arrangement, possibly not by Johnson. Lute ii in Pickeringe lacks 3.5 bars.

Trumbull 10r (Lute)

Dd.3.18 60v-61

Dd.9.33 90v-91

Folger 10

John Johnson
Flat Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Trumbull 17v-19r/1

Dd.3.18 21v


John Johnson?
The French Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 148/3-149


John Johnson?
Go Merrily While
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 40v-41r

5 divisions on a 12-bar ground. Possibly later than Johnson


John Johnson
Goodnight and Good Rest
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 15v-16r

Marsh 158-60

Marsh 26-7 (11 divisions only)

Willoughby 3v-5 (6 divisions, the first 5 identical to Dd.3.18, the 6th confused.

GROUND

Willoughby 5v

Dallis 16/1

Brogyntyn 7/1

Dd.2.11 86/2

16 divisions on an 8-bar ground. None of the grounds fits exactly.


John Johnson
Green Garters
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 23v-24r

8 divisions on an 8-bar ground.

Holmes (Viol) 6r
John Johnson?
Greensleeves
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 8v-9r

GROUND

Folger 5r/2

The ground is to a different setting, but fits well. 24 divisions on a 4-bar ground alternating.


John Johnson?
Hunt's Up
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 4v

Folger 3v-4r/1

Trumbull 1v-2r/1

Board 2v/2-3r/1

GROUND

Folger 4r/2

Trumbull 2r/2

Board 3r/2

Ground found with slight variations in Folger and Trumbull.


John Johnson
Lavecchia Galliard
=
FIRST

Wickhambrook 16r/1

Pickeringe 4r/2

SECOND

Wickhambrook 16r/2 [inv]

Pickeringe 4v/1

Brogyntyn 29/2


John Johnson
Lavecchia Pavan
=
FIRST

Wickhambrook 14/2and 15v/1

Pickeringe 4r/1 (incomplete)

Ballet 45

Folger 12r Schele 143-144/1

SECOND

Wickhambrook 15v/2 [inv]

Brogyntyn 28/2-29/1

Dd.3.18 61v
John Johnson ?
The Leaves be Green / Browning
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 14v-15r/1

Dd.3.18 17v

Dd.9.33 63v-64r

GROUND

Pickeringe 15r/2

10 divisions on an 8-bar ground.


John Johnson
New Hunt's Up
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 13v-14r

Trumbull 15v-16r

Welde 13r/2-14r/1

Marsh 183-6/1

GROUND

Marsh 186/2

9 divisions on a 16-bar ground.

Marsh 397 (Bandora in G)
John Johnson
Passamezzo Galliard
TG, 4th apart
TREBLE

Marsh 154/1

GROUND

Marsh 154/2-156/1

14 divisions on an 8-bar passamezzo moderno bass.


John Johnson
Passamezzo Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 2v


John Johnson ?
Passamezzo Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 1v-2r

Marsh 142-144/1 (similar but not identical treble)

Mynshall 2v-3r/1 (similar but not identical)

GROUND

Ballet 85/2

Lvov 100-101v/1

4 statements over a 16-bar ground


John Johnson
Quadran Pavan
TG
TREBLE

Add.2764(2) 11-11v/1

Dd.3.18 26v-27/1
John Johnson
The Queen's Treble
TG
TREBLE

Pickeringe 8v/2-9r/1

Folger 6v-7r/1

Dd.3.18 4r-3v/2

ML 4v-5/1

Schele 138-9

GROUND

Pickeringe 9r/2

Folger 7r/2

Brogyntyn 7/1

Vilnius 62/2

14 divisions on a 4-bar ground. Brogyntyn contains two different settings, the first = Pickeringe, the second = the ground in Folger


John Johnson
Rogero
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 1r

Mynshall 3v/2

Trumbull 25v/2 (incomplete)

Ballet 90/2-91/1 (Last 9 measures of an otherwise unknown set of divisions)

GROUND

Trumbull 25v/1

5 divisions on an 8-bar ground


John Johnson
Sellenger's Round
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 5r

Marsh 182

Thysius 442/3

3 divisions on a 20-bar ground


John Johnson
Short Almain (1)
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 9v-10r/1

GROUND

Pickeringe 14r/2

7 divisions on an 8-bar ground

Holmes Cittern 20v-21?
John Johnson
Short Almain (2)
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 10v

Pickeringe 13v-14r/1

GROUND

Pickeringe 14r/2

6 divisions on an 8-bar ground

Holmes Cittern 20v-21?
John Johnson
Treble and Ground
TG
TREBLE

ML 6v

GROUND

Brogyntyn 7/1

5 statements of an 8-bar ground.


John Johnson
Treble and Ground
TG
TREBLE

Board 1r/1

ML 5r/2

GROUND

Board 1r/2

Bergamasca ground. A triple time parody of Johnson's 'Queen's Dump'.


John Johnson
Trenchmore
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 139/1

Welde 11v/2-12r

Dd.3.18 12v-13r

Lodge 10r/2-10v/1

GROUND

Marsh 139/2-141

Nn.6.36 33v-34

Welde 11v/1 (first 2 bars of treble)

29 divisions on a 2-bar ground. The version in Lodge may be different


John Johnson
Wakefield on a Green
TG
TREBLE

Marsh 146-148/1

Dd.3.18 11v-12r/1

GROUND

Marsh 148/2

22 divisions on a 4-bar ground


Ellis Lawrey
The Marigold
TG
TREBLE

Dd.3.18 23r/1

GROUND

Dd.3.18 23r/2 .

Irregular ground.


John Marchant /Francis Pilkington
Echo Almain
=
FIRST

Brogyntyn 31

SECOND

Sampson 11v/1


John Marchant
Fancy
=
FIRST (?)

Hirsch 6v/1

SECOND (?)

Brogyntyn 15


John Marchant
Fancy
=?
FIRST

Thistlethwaite 77v/2-78r


Richard Nicholson
The Jew's Dance


Dd.3.18 48/2
Peter Phillips
Philips Pavan
=, 5th apart
FIRST

Dallis 82

SECOND

Dallis 83/1

Many solo concordances

Dd.3.18 18v-19/1
Walter Porter
Galliard


Dd.3.18 49/2
Walter Porter?
Pavan


Dd.3.18 48v-49/1
Richard Reade /Anthony Holborne
Reade's Almain
=
FIRST

Dd.3.18 19/2

Dd.2.11 70/3

Holmes No.? Dd.3.18 19/2
Richard Reade
Battle


Dd.3.18 31/1
Richard Reade
Fancy


Dd.3.18 33v-34/1
Richard Reade
Dr James's Galliard


Dd.3.18 34/3

Dd.3.18 58v

Dd.5.78.3 25/2 and 45/2

Richard Reade
Galliard
=
SECOND

Dd.3.18 38v/1

Dd.3.18 38v/1
Richard Reade
Galliard


Dd.3.18 22v/1
Richard Reade
Reade's 6th Galliard


Dd.3.18 27/2
Richard Reade
Reade's 8th Galliard


Dd.3.18 30
Richard Reade
Pavan
=
FIRST (Orpharion)

Dd.3.18 55/2

SECOND

Dd.3.18 54v/1


Richard Reade
W & V Pavan
=
FIRST (Orpharion)

Dd.3.18 55/3

SECOND

Dd.3.18 54v/2


Richard Reade
Reade's 1st Pavan


Dd.3.18 37-36v
Richard Reade
Reade's 2nd Pavan


Dd.3.18 37v-38/1
Richard Reade
Reade's 3rd Pavan, Flat


Dd.3.18 39-38v/2
Richard Reade
Reade's 4th Pavan


Dd.3.18 39v
Richard Reade
Reade's 5th Pavan


Dd.3.18 27v
Richard Reade
Reade's 6th Pavan


Dd.3.18 28
Richard Reade
Dr James's Pavan / Reade's 7th Pavan


Dd.3.18 12/2

Dd.3.18 28v-29/1

Richard Reade
Reade's 8th Pavan


Dd.3.18 29v
Richard Reade
Reade's 9th Pavan


Dd.3.18 30v
Richard Reade
Reade's 10th Pavan


Dd.3.18 55v-56/1
Richard Reade
Reade's 11th Pavan


Dd.3.18 56v-57/1
Richard Reade
Eglantine Jig


Dd.3.18 34/2
Richard Reade
Jig
=
?FIRST

Dd.3.18 31/2


Richard Reade
Reade's 1st Jig


Dd.3.18 24/2
Richard Reade
Reade's 2nd Jig


Dd.3.18 15/2
Richard Reade
Reade's 3rd Jig
=
FIRST

Dd.3.18 57/2


Richard Reade
Sweet Briar


Dd.3.18 32/2
Richard Reade
Volt


Dd.3.18 38/2
Richard Reade
When Phoebus


Dd.3.18 29/2
Thomas Robinson
Fancy
=
FIRST

Robinson 1603 22

SECOND

Robinson 1603 23 [inv]

Both lutes 7th course at F


Thomas Robinson
Passamezzo Galliard
TG
TREBLE

Robinson 1603 21/1

GROUND

Robinson 1603 21/2

Both lutes 7th course at D


Thomas Robinson
Plainsong
=
FIRST

Robinson 1603 18

SECOND

Robinson 1603 19 [inv]


Thomas Robinson
The Queen's Goodnight
TG
TREBLE

Robinson 1603 13/1

GROUND

Robinson 1603 13/2


Thomas Robinson
A Toy/Bo peep
=
FIRST

Robinson 1603 26

SECOND

Robinson 1603 27 [inv]

Sampson 12v/1 (simplified)

Both lutes 7th course at D


Thomas Robinson
Twenty ways upon the Bells
TG
TREBLE

Robinson 1603 14/1

GROUND

Robinson 1603 14/2

Second lute 7th course at D


Philip Rosseter
La Bergera Galliard/ The Prince of Portugal's Galliard
=?
FIRST?

Dd.3.18 41/2

Board 23/1

Valerius 1626 86

CONSORT?

Dd.3.18 41/2

Board 23/1

Valerius 1626 86

Nicholas Strogers
In Nomine Galliard
=, 4th apart
FIRST

Trumbull 6r/2

Hirsch 3r

Dd.9.33 60v

Dallis 93 (simplified version)

SECOND

Dallis 94/1 (simplified version)

Morley No.?

Holmes No.? Cittern 26r/Viol 3v/Recorder 3v

Browne 15r

Nicholas Strogers
In Nomine Pavan
=, 4th apart
FIRST

Trumbull 16v-17r/1

Hirsch 2v

SECOND

Dallis 81

Morley No.14

Bass lute part evidently added to an existing solo

?
?
TG
TREBLE

ML 6v

GROUND

Brogyntyn 7/2


?
?
TG
GROUND

Brogyntyn 7/3

Eight-bar ground of two four-bar strains in B-flat

[1] I am indebted to Lynda Sayce for allowing me to use her notes on the sources of English duet music, and for looking through this list and adding her own detailed comments.
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