PAVANS, GALLIARDS, A …

PAVANS, GALLIARDS, ALMAINS, AND other short Aeirs both graue⟨, and light⟩ in fiue parts, fo⟨r Viols, Violins,⟩ or⟨other Musicall Winde Instruments⟩

[...]

⟨Made by Antony Holborne Gentleman and Servant to her most excellent Maiestie⟩

TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL AND VERTVOVS GENTLEMAN SIR RICHARD CHAMPER­NOWNE KNIGHT.

IN a continued obseruation of your ver­tuous constancie to the loue of Musique, I haue long and with great increase of reason honored you most gentle Sir: for, euen but parte of my poore labors speaking in their kindly voice, from the experience of many yeres can feelingly witnesse & sing with what grace-full fauors they haue beene nourished at your hands. With this regarde, J haue distinc­tiuely bundled them vp into a catologue volume, accompanied with a more liberall & enlarged choice then hath at any time as yet come to your refined eares: and withal, haue now made bould to present them as things not altogether vnnecessarie to doe you pleasing seruice, but also to liue and dwell with you vnder the protection of your good allowance, and the testimo­nie of my euer-bounden thankefulnes. And as they are in number many, so are they of nature variable to please vari­able natures: & yet doe they al meete in consente hermonical deseruinglie to winne your onlie good acceptance and liking: wherin I shall hold my selfe richlie satisfied, & euer rest.

Yours in all loue and due reuerence, Antony Holborne. Ni merear moriar

1. BOna Speranza.

[...]

2. THe teares of the Muses.

[...]

3. PAuan.

[...]

4. LVllabie.

[...]

5. THe Cradle.

[...]

6. THe New-yeeres gift.

[...]

7 PAuan.

[...]

8. THe Marie-golde.

[...]

9 PAuan.

[...]

10 GAlliard.

[...]

11 PAuan.

[...]

12 GAlliard.

[...]

13 PAuan.

[...]

14 GAlliard.

[...]

[...]
[...]

15 PAuan.

[...]

16 GAlliard.

[...]

17 PAradiZo.

[...]

18 THe Sighes.

[...]

19 SEdet Sola.

[...]

20 GAlliard.

[...]

21 INfernum.

[...]

22 GAlliard.

[...]

23 SPero.

[...]

24 GAlliard.

[...]

25 PAtiencia.

[...]

26 HErmoza.

[...]

27 THe image of Melancholly.

[...]

28 ECce quam bonum.

[...]

29 MEns innouata.

[...]

30 GAlliard.

[...]

31 THe funerals.

[...]

32 GAlliard

[...]

33 HEres paternus.

[...]

34 MVy linda.

[...]

35 DEcreui.

[...]

36 MY selfe.

[...]

37 PAuan.

[...]

38 GAlliard.

[...]

39 PAuan.

[...]

40 GAlliard.

[...]

41 PAuan.

[...]

42 GAlliard.

[...]

43 AMoretta.

[...]

44 NEc inuideo.

[...]

45 PAuan.

[...]

46 GAlliard.

[...]

47 PAuan.

[...]

48 GAlliard.

[...]

49 BAuana Plorauit.

[...]

50 SIc sempersoleo.

[...]

51 POsthuma.

[...]

52 GAlliard.

[...]

53 LAst will and testament.

[...]

54 GAliard.

[...]

55 THe night watch.

[...]

56 ALmayne.

[...]

57 ALmaine.

[...]

58 THe fruit of loue.

[...]

59 THe Choise.

[...]

60 THe Honie-suckle.

[...]

61 WAnton.

[...]

62 THe widodwes myte

[...]

63 THe Fairie-round.

[...]

64 AS it fell on a holie Eue.

[...]

65 HEigh ho holiday.

[...]

The Table.

  • Bona Speranza. 1
  • The teares of the Muses. 2
  • Pauan. 3
  • Lullabie. 4
  • The Cradle. 5
  • The New-yeeres gift. 6
  • Pauan. 7
  • The Mari-gold. 8
  • Pauan. 9
  • Galliard. 10
  • Pauan. 11
  • Galliard. 21
  • Pauana. 13
  • Galliard. 14
  • Pauan. 15
  • Galliard. 16
  • Paradizo. 17
  • The Sighes. 18
  • Sodet Sola. 19
  • Galliard. 20
  • Infernum. 21
  • Galliard. 22
  • Spero. 23
  • Galliard. 24
  • Patientia. 25
  • Hermoza. 26
  • The Image of Melancholy. 72
  • Ecce quam bonum. 28
  • Mens innouata. 29
  • Galliard. 30
  • The Funerale. 31
  • Galliard. 32
  • Heres paternus. 33
  • Muylinda. 34
  • Decreui. 35
  • My selfe. 36
  • Pauan. 37
  • Galliard. 38
  • Pauan. 39
  • Galliard. 40
  • Pauan. 41
  • Galliard. 42
  • Amoretta. 43
  • Nec Inuidio. 44
  • Pauan. 45
  • Galliard. 46
  • Pauan. 47
  • Galliard. 48
  • Pauana plorauit. 49
  • Sic semper soleo. 50
  • Posthoma. 51
  • Galliard. 52
  • Last will and testament. 53
  • Galliard. 54
  • The night watch. 55
  • Almaine. 56
  • Almaine. 57
  • The fruit of loue. 58
  • The Choyse. 59
  • The Honi-suckle. 60
  • Wanton. 6 [...]
  • The Widowes myte. 6 [...]
  • The Fairi-round. 63
  • As it fell on a holie Eue. 64
  • Heigh ho Holiday. 65
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHI …

TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL AND VERTVOVS GENTLEMAN SIR RICHARD CHAMPER­NOWNE KNIGHT.

IN a continued obseruation of your ver­tuous constancie to the loue of Musique, I haue long and with great increase of reason honored you most gentle Sir: for, euen but parte of my poore labors speaking in their kindly voice, from the experience of many yeres can feelingly witnesse & sing with what grace-full fauors they haue beene nourished at your hands. With this regarde, J haue distinc­tiuely bundled them vp into a catalogue volume, accompanied with a more liberall & enlarged choice then hath at any time as yet come to your refined eares: and withal, haue now made bould to present them as things not altogether vnnecessarie to doe you pleasing seruice, but also to liue and dwell with you vnder the protection of your good allowance, and the testimo­nie of my euer-bounden thankefulnes. And as they are in number many, so are they of nature variable to please vari­able natures: & yet doe they al meete in consente hermonical deseruinglie to winne your onlie good acceptance and liking: wherin I shall hold my selfe richlie satisfied, & euer rest.

Yours in all loue and due reuerence, Antony Holborne. Ni merear moriar

1. BOna Speranza.

[...]

2. THe teares of the Muses.

[...]

3. PAuan.

[...]

4. LVllabie.

[...]

5. THe Cradle.

[...]

6. THe New-yeeres gift.

[...]

7. PAuan.

[...]

8. THe Marie-golde.

[...]

9 PAuan.

[...]

10 GAlliard.

[...]

11 PAuan.

[...]

12 GAlliard.

[...]

13 PAuan.

[...]

14 GAlliard.

[...]

15 PAuan.

[...]

16 GAlliard

[...]

17 PAradizo.

[...]

18 THe Sighes.

[...]

19 SEdet Sola.

[...]

20 GAlliard.

[...]

21 INfernum.

[...]

22 GAlliard.

[...]

23 SPero.

[...]

24 GAlliard.

[...]

25 PAtiencia.

[...]

29 HErmoza.

[...]

27 THe image of Melancholly.

[...]

28 ECce quam bonum.

[...]

29 MEns innouata.

[...]

30 GAlliard.

[...]

31 THe funeralles

[...]

32 GAlliard.

[...]

33 HEres paternus.

[...]

34 MMuy linda.

[...]

35 DEcreui.

[...]

36 MY selfe.

[...]

37 PAuan.

[...]

38 GAlliard.

[...]

39 PAuan.

[...]

40 GAlliard

[...]

41 PAauan

[...]

42 GAlliard

[...]

43 AMoretta.

[...]

44 NEc inuideo.

[...]

45 PAuan.

[...]

46 CAlliard.

[...]

47 PAuan.

[...]

48 GAlliard.

[...]

49 PLorauit.

[...]

50 SIc semper soleo.

[...]

51 POsthuma.

[...]

52 GAliard.

[...]

53 LAst will and testament.

[...]

54 GAlliard.

[...]

55 THe night watch.

[...]

56 ALmayne.

[...]

57 ALmaine.

[...]

58 THe fruit of loue.

[...]

59 THe Choise.

[...]

60 THe Honie-suckle.

[...]

61 WAnton.

[...]

62 THe widowes myte.

[...]

63 THe Fairie-round.

[...]

64 AS it fell on a holie Eue.

[...]

65 HEigh ho holiday.

[...]

The Table.

  • Bona Speranza. 1
  • The reares of the Muses 2
  • [...] 3
  • Lullabie. 4
  • The Cradle. 5
  • The New-yeeres gift. 6
  • Pauan. 7
  • The Mari-gold. 8
  • Pa [...]an. 9
  • Galliard. 10
  • Pauan. 11
  • Galliard. 21
  • Pauan. 13
  • Galliard. 14
  • Pauan. 15
  • Galliard. 16
  • Paradizo. 17
  • The Sighes. 18
  • Sedet Sola. 19
  • Galliard. 20
  • Infer [...]um. 21
  • Galliard. 22
  • Spero. 23
  • Galliard. 24
  • Patienta. 25
  • Hermoza. 26
  • The Image of Melancholy. 72
  • Ecce quam bonum. 28
  • Mens innouata. 29
  • Galliard. 30
  • The funerals. 31
  • Galliard. 32
  • Heres paternus. 33
  • Muy [...]la. 34
  • Decreui. 35
  • My selfe. 36
  • Pauan. 37
  • Galliard. 38
  • Pauan. 39
  • Galliard. 40
  • Pauan. 41
  • Galliard. 42
  • Amoretta. 43
  • Nec Inuidio. 44
  • Pauan. 45
  • Galliard. 46
  • Pauan. 47
  • Galliard. 48
  • Pauana plorauit. 49
  • Sic semper soleo. 50
  • Posthuma. 51
  • Galliard. 52
  • Last will and testament. 53
  • Galliard. 54
  • The night watch. 55
  • Almaine. 56
  • Almaine. 57
  • The fruit of loue. 58
  • The Choyse. 59
  • The Honi-suckle. 60
  • Wanton. 60
  • The Widowes myte. 62
  • The Fairi-round. 63
  • As it fell on a holie Eue. 64
  • Heigh ho Holiday. 65
PAVANS, GALLIARDS, A …

PAVANS, GALLIARDS, ALMAINS, AND other short Aeires both graue, and light in fiue parts, for Viols, Violins, or other Musicall winde Instruments.

Made by Anthonie Holborne gentle-man, and Seruant to her most excellent Maiestie.

DEVS IN ALTERNVM

Imprinted at London in little Saint Hellens by William Barley, the Assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be sold at his shop in Gratious-streete.

1599.

Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.

TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL AND VERTVOVS GENTLEMAN SIR RICHARD CHAMPER­NOWNE KNIGHT.

IN a continued obseruation of your ver­tuous constancie to the loue of Musique, I haue long and with great increase of reason honored you most gentle Sir: for, euen but parte of my poore labors speaking in their kindly voice, from the experience of many yeres can feelingly witnesse & sing with what grace-full fauors they haue beene nourished at your hands. With this regarde, J haue distinc­tiuely bundled them vp into a catologue volume, accompanied with a more liberall & enlarged choice then hath at any time as yet come to your refined eares: and withal, haue now made bould to present them as things not altogether vnnecessarie to doe you pleasing seruice, but also to liue and dwell with you vnder the protection of your good allowance, and the testimo­nie of my euer-bounden thankefulnes. And as they are in number many, so are they of nature variable to please vari­able natures: & yet doe they al meete in consente hermonical deseruinglie to winne your onlie good acceptance and liking: wherin I shall hold my selfe richlie satisfied, & euer rest.

Yours in all loue and due reuerence, Anthony Holborne.

THe Cradle.

[...]

THe New-yeres gift.

[...]

PAuan.

[...]

8 THe Marie-golde.

[...]

[...] BOna speranza.

[...]

6. THe teares of the Muses.

[...]

3. PAuan.

[...]

4. LVllabie.

[...]

9 PAuan.

[...]

10 GAlliard

[...]

11 PAuan.

[...]

12 GAlliard.

[...]

13 PAuan.

[...]

14 GAlliard.

[...]

15 PAuan.

[...]

16 GAlliard.

[...]

17 PAradizo.

[...]

18 THe Sighes.

[...]

19 SEdet Sola.

[...]

20 GAlliard.

[...]

21 INfernum.

[...]

22 GAlliard.

[...]

23 SPero.

[...]

24 GAlliard.

[...]

25 PAtiencia.

[...]

26 HErmoza.

[...]

27 THe image of Melancholy.

[...]

28 ECce quam bonum.

[...]

29 MEns innouata.

[...]

30 GAlliard.

[...]

31 THe funerals.

[...]

32 GAlliard.

[...]

33 HEres paternus.

[...]

34 MVy linda.

[...]

35 DEcreui.

[...]

36 MY selfe.

[...]

37 PAuan.

[...]

38 GAlliard.

[...]

39 PAuan.

[...]

40 GAlliard

[...]

41 PAuen.

[...]

42 GAlliard.

[...]

43 AMorotta.

[...]

44 NEcinuidio.

[...]

45 PAuan.

[...]

46 GAlliard.

[...]

47 PAuan.

[...]

48 GAlliard.

[...]

49 PAuen,

[...]

50 GAlliard.

[...]

POsthuma.

[...]

52 GAlliard.

[...]

53 LAst will and testament.

[...]

54 GAlliard.

[...]

THe night watch.

[...]

56 ALmayne

[...]

57 ALmaine.

[...]

58 THe fruit of loue.

[...]

THe Choise.

[...]

THe Honie-suckle.

[...]

61 WAnton.

[...]

62 THe widowes met.

[...]

THe Fairie-round.

[...]

46 AS it fell on a holie Eue.

[...]

65 HEigh ho holiday.

[...]

The Table.

  • [...]peranza. 1
  • The teares of the Muses. 2
  • Pauan. 3
  • Lullabie. 4
  • The Cradle. 5
  • The New-yeeres gift. 6
  • Pauan. 7
  • The Mari-gold 8
  • Pauan. 9
  • Galliard. 10
  • Pauan. 11
  • Galliard. 21
  • Pauana 13
  • Galliard. 14
  • Pauan. 15
  • Galliard. 16
  • Paradizo. 17
  • The Sighes. 18
  • Sedet Sola. 19
  • Galliard. 20
  • Infernum. 21
  • Galliard. 22
  • Spero. 23
  • Galliard. 24
  • Patientia. 25
  • Hermoza. 26
  • The Image of Melancholy. 72
  • Ecce quam bonum. 28
  • Mens innouata. 29
  • Galliard. 30
  • The funerals. 31
  • Galliard. 32
  • Heres paternus. 33
  • Muy linda. 34
  • Decreui. 35
  • My selfe. 36
  • Pauan. 37
  • Galliard. 38
  • Pauan. 39
  • Galliard. 40
  • Pauan. 41
  • Galliard. 42
  • Amoretta. 43
  • Nec Inuidio. 44
  • Pauan. 45
  • Galliard. 46
  • Pauan. 47
  • Galliard. 48
  • Pauana plorauit. 49
  • Sic semoer soleo. 50
  • Posthuma. 51
  • Galliard. 52
  • Last will and testament. 53
  • Galliard. 54
  • The night watch. 55
  • Almaine. 56
  • Almaine. 57
  • The fruit of loue. 58
  • The Choyse. 59
  • The Honi-suckle. 60
  • Wanton. 61
  • The Widowes myte. 62
  • The Fairi-round. 63
  • As it fell on a holie Eue. 64
  • Heigh ho Holiday. 65
PAVANS, GALLIARDS, A …

PAVANS, GALLIARDS, ALMAINS, AND other short Aeirs both graue, and light, in fiue parts, for Viols, Violins, or other Musicall Winde Instruments.

Made by Antony Holborne Gentleman and Seruant to her most excellent Maiestie.

DEVS IN ALTERNVM

Imprinted at London in little Saint Hellens by William Barley, the Assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be sold at his shop in Gratious-streete. 1599.

Cum priuilegio ad Imprimendum solum.

TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL AND VERTVOVS GENTLEMAN SIR RICHARD CHAMPER­NOWNE KNIGHT.

IN a continued obseruation of your ver­tuous constancie to the loue of Musique, I haue long and with great increase of reason honored you most gentle Sir: for, euen but parte of my poore labors speaking in their kindly voice, from the experience of many yeres can feelingly witnesse & sing with what grace-full fauors they haue beene nourished at your hands. With this regarde, J haue distinc­tiuely bundled them vp into a catologue volume, accompanied with a more liberall & enlarged choice then hath at any time as yet come to your refined eares: and withal, haue now made bould to present them as things not altogether vnnecessarie to doe you pleasing seruice, but also to liue and dwell with you vnder the protection of your good allowance, and the testimo­nie of my euer-bounden thankefulnes. And as they are in number many, so are they of nature variable to please vari­able natures: & yet doe they al meete in consente hermonical deseruinglie to winne your onlie good acceptance and liking: wherin I shall hold my selfe richlie satisfied, & euer rest.

Yours in all loue and due reuerence, Antony Holborne. Ni merear moriar.

1. BOna Speranza.

[...]

2. THe teares of the Muses.

[...]

3. PAuan.

[...]

4. LVllabie.

[...]

5. THe Cradle.

[...]

6. THe New-yeeres gift.

[...]

7. PAuan.

[...]

8. THe Marie-golde.

[...]

9 PAuan.

[...]

10 GAlliard

[...]

11 PAuan.

[...]

12 GAlliard.

[...]

13 PAuan.

[...]

14 GAlliard.

[...]

15 PAuan.

[...]

16 GAlliard.

[...]

17 PAradizo.

[...]

18 THe Sighes.

[...]

19 SEdet Sola.

[...]

20 GAlliard.

[...]

21 INfernum.

[...]

22 GAlliard.

[...]

23 SPero.

[...]

24 GAlliard.

[...]

25 PAtiencia.

[...]

26 HErmoza.

[...]

27 THe image of Melancholly.

[...]

28 ECce quam bonum.

[...]

29 MEns innouata.

[...]

30 GAlliard.

[...]

31 THe funerals.

[...]

32 GAlliard

[...]

33 HEres paternus.

[...]

34 MVy linda.

[...]

[...] DEcreui.

[...]

36 MY selfe.

[...]

37 PAuan.

[...]

38 GAlliard.

[...]

39 PAuan.

[...]

40 GAlliard.

[...]

41 PAuan.

[...]

42 GAlliard.

[...]

43 AMoretta.

[...]

44 NEc Inuideo.

[...]

45 PAuan.

[...]

46 GAlliard.

[...]

47 THe night Watch.

[...]

48 ALmaine.

[...]

49 PAuan.

[...]

50 Galliard.

[...]

51 POsthuma.

[...]

52 GAlliard.

[...]

53 LAst will and testament.

[...]

54 GAlliard.

[...]

55 PAuan.

[...]

56 GAlliard.

[...]

FINIS.

[...] ALmaine.

[...]

58 THe fruit of loue.

[...]

59 THe Choise.

[...]

60 THe Honie-suckle.

[...]

[...] WAnton.

[...]

[...] THewidedwes myte

[...]

63 THe Fairie-round.

[...]

64 AS it fell on a holie Eue.

[...]

65 HEigh ho holiday.

[...]

The Table.

  • Bona Speranza. 1
  • The teares of the Muses. 2
  • Pauan. 3
  • Lullabie. 4
  • The Cradle. 5
  • The New-yeeres gift. 6
  • Pauan. 7
  • The Mari-gold. 8
  • Pauan. 9
  • Galliard. 10
  • Pauan. 11
  • Galliard. 21
  • Pauana 13
  • Galliard. 14
  • Pauan. 15
  • Galliard. 16
  • Paradizo. 17
  • The Sighes. 18
  • Sedet Sola. 19
  • Galliard. 20
  • Infernum. 21
  • Galliard. 22
  • Spero. 23
  • Galliard. 24
  • Patientia. 25
  • Hermoza. 26
  • The Image of Melancholy. 72
  • Ecce quam bonum. 28
  • Mens innouata. 29
  • Galliard. 30
  • The funerals. 31
  • Galliard. 32
  • Heres paternus. 33
  • Muy linda. 34
  • Decreui. 35
  • My selfe. 36
  • Pauan. 37
  • Galliard. 38
  • Pauan. 39
  • Galliard. 40
  • Pauan. 41
  • Galliard. 42
  • Amoretta. 43
  • Nec Inuidio. 44
  • Pauan. 45
  • Galliard. 46
  • Pauan. 47
  • Galliard. 48
  • Pauana plorauit. 49
  • Sic semper soleo. 50
  • Posthuma. 51
  • Galliard. 52
  • Lastwill and testament. 53
  • Galliard. 54
  • The night watch. 55
  • Almaine. 56
  • Almaine. 57
  • The fruit of loue. 58
  • The Choyse. 59
  • The Honi-suckle. 60
  • Wanton. 61
  • The Widowes myte. 62
  • The Fairi-round. 63
  • As it fell on a holie Eue. 64
  • Heigh ho Holiday. 65
PAVANS, GALLIARDS, A …

PAVANS, GALLIARDS, ALMAINS, AND other short Aeirs both graue, and light, in fiue parts, for Viols, Violins, or other Musicall Winde Instruments.

Made by Anthony Holborne Gentle-man, and Seruant to her most excellent Maiestie.

DEVS IN AETERNVM

Imprinted at London in Little Saint Hellens by William Barley, the Assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be sold at his shop in Gratious-streete. 1599.

Cum priuilegio ad Imprimendum solum.

5. THe Cradle.

[...]

.6 THe New-yeares gifte.

[...]

7. Pauan.

[...]

8. THe Marie-Golde.

[...]

9 PAuan.

[...]

10. GAlliard.

[...]

11. PAuan.

[...]

12. GAlliard.

[...]

13. PAuan.

[...]

14. GAlliard.

[...]

15. PAuan.

[...]

16. GAlliard

[...]

[...] PAaradizo.

[...]

18. THe Sighes.

[...]

[...]
[...]

19. Sedet Sola

[...]

20. GAlliard.

[...]

21. INfernum.

[...]

22. GAlliard.

[...]

23. SPero.

[...]

24. GAlliard.

[...]

25 PAtiencia.

[...]

26 HErmoza.

[...]

27 THe image of Melancholly.

[...]

28 ECce quam bonum.

[...]

29 MEns innouata.

[...]

30 GAlliard.

[...]

31 THe funerals.

[...]

32 GAlliard.

[...]

33 HEres paternus.

[...]

34 MVy linda.

[...]

35 DEcreui.

[...]

36 MY selfe.

[...]

37 PAuan.

[...]

38 GAlliard.

[...]

39 PAuan.

[...]

40 GAlliard

[...]

41 PAuan.

[...]

42 GAlliard.

[...]

43 AMoretta.

[...]

44 NEc inuideo.

[...]

49 PAuan.

[...]

50 GAlliard.

[...]

51 POsthu [...]a,

[...]

52 GAlliard.

[...]

53 LAst will and testament.

[...]

54 GAlliard

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55 THe night watch

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56 Almayne.

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7 [...] ALllmaine.

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85 THe fruit of loue.

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95 THe Choise.

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60 THe Honie-suckle.

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61 WAnton.

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62 THe widowes myte.

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PAVANS, GALLIARDS, A …

PAVANS, GALLIARDS, ALMAINS, AND other short Aeirs both graue, and light, in fiue parts, for Viols, Violins, or other Musicall Winde Instruments.

Made by Anthony Holborne Gentle-man, and Seruant to her most excellent Maiestie.

DEVS IN ALTERNVM

Imprinted at London in Little Saint Hellens by William Barley, the Assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be sold at his shop in Gratious-streete. 1599.

Cum priuilegio ad Imprimendum solum.

TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL AND VERTVOVS GENTLMAN SIR RICHARD CHAMPER­NOWNE KNIGHT.

IN a continued obseruation of your ver­tuous constancie to the loue of Musique, I haue long and with great increase of reason honored you most gentle Sir: for, euen but parte of my poore labors speaking in their kindly voice, from the experience of many yeres can feelingly witnesse & sing with what grace-full fauors they haue beene nourished at your hands. With this regarde, J haue distinc­tiuely bundled them vp into a catologue volume, accompanied with a more liberall & enlarged choice then hath at any time as yet come to your refined eares: and withal, haue now made bould to present them as things not altogether vnnecessary to doe you pleasing seruice, but also to liue and dwell with you vnder the protection of your good allowance, and the testimo­nie of my euer-bounden thankefulnes. And as they are in number many, so are they of nature variable to please vari­able natures: & yet doe they al meete in consente hermonical deseruinglie to winne your onlie good acceptance and liking: wherin I shall hold my selfe richlie satisfied, & euer rest.

Yours in all loue and due reuerence, Antony Holborne. Ni merear moriar.

1. BOna Speranza.

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2. THe teares of the Muses.

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3. PAuan.

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4. LVllaby.

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5. THe Cradle.

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.6 THe New-yeares gifte.

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7. PPauan.

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8. THe Marie-Golde.

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.9 PAuan.

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10. GAlliard.

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11. PAuan.

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12. GAlliard.

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13. PAuan.

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14. GAlliard.

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15. PAuan.

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16. GAlliard

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17. PAaradizo.

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18. THe Sighes.

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19. Sedet Sol [...]

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20. GAlliard.

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21. INfernum.

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22. GAlliard.

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23. SPero.

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24. GAlliard.

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25 PAtiencia.

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26 HErmoza.

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27 THe image of Melancholly.

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28 ECce quam bonum.

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29 MEns innouata.

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30 GAlliard.

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31 THe funerals.

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32 GAlliard.

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33 HEres paternus.

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34 MVy linda.

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35 DEcreui.

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36 MY selfe.

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37 PAuan.

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38 GAlliard.

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39 PAuan.

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40 GAlliard

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41 PAuan.

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42 GAlliard.

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43 AMoretta.

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44 NEc inuideo.

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45 PAuan.

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46 GAlliard.

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47 PAuan.

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48 GAlliard.

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49 PAuan.

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50 GAlliard.

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51 POsthuma,

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52 GAlliard.

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53 LAst will and testament.

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54 GAlliard

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55 THe night watch

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56 Almayne.

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75 ALllmaine.

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85 THe fruit of loue.

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95 THe Choise.

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60 THe Honie-suckle.

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61 WAnton.

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62 THe widowes myte.

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63 THe Fairie-round.

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64 AS it fell on a holie Eue.

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65. HEigh ho holiday.

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The Table.

  • Bona Speranza. 1
  • The teares of the Muses. 2
  • Pauan. 3
  • Lullabie. 4
  • The Cradle. 5
  • The New-yeeres gift. 6
  • Pauan. 7
  • The Mari-gold. 8
  • Pauan. 9
  • Galliard. 10
  • Pauan. 11
  • Galliard. 21
  • Pauana 13
  • Galliard. 14
  • Pauan. 15
  • Galliard. 16
  • Paradizo. 17
  • The Sighes. 18
  • Sedet Sola. 19
  • Galliard. 20
  • Infernum. 21
  • Galliard. 22
  • Spero. 23
  • Galliard. 24
  • Patientia. 25
  • Hermoza. 26
  • The Image of Melancholy. 72
  • Ecce quam bonum. 28
  • Meus innouata. 29
  • Galliard. 30
  • The funerals. 31
  • Galliard. 32
  • Heres paternus. 33
  • Muy linda. 34
  • Decreui. 35
  • My selfe. 36
  • Pauan. 37
  • Galliard. 38
  • Pauan. 39
  • Galliard. 40
  • Pauan. 41
  • Galliard. 42
  • Amoretta. 43
  • Nec Inuidio. 44
  • Pauan. 45
  • Galliard. 46
  • Pauan. 47
  • Galliard. 48
  • Pauana plorauit. 49
  • Sic semoer soleo. 50
  • Posthuma. 51
  • Galliard. 52
  • Last will and testament. 53
  • Galliard. 54
  • The night watch. 55
  • Almaine. 65
  • Almaine. 57
  • The fruit of loue. 58
  • The Choyse. 59
  • The Honi-suckle. 60
  • Wanton. 61
  • The Widowes myte. 62
  • The Fairi-round. 63
  • As it fell on a holie Eue. 64
  • Heigh ho Holiday. 65

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