Dow Partbooks

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The Dow Partbooks is a collection of five partbooks in Oxford around 1580. The collection includes choral and also instrumental pieces. Robert Dow was a trained calligrapher and the books are unusually easy to read among Tudor manuscripts.


No. Title Composer Comments
1. Lamentations a 5 Robert White (Heth, Teth, Iod, Caph, Lamed. Mem)
2. Miserere mei Deus Robert White
3. Christe qui lux es et dies I Robert White
4. Christe qui lux es et dies II Robert White
5. Christe qui lux es et dies III Robert White
6. Manus tuae fecerunt me Robert White
7. Portio mea, Domine Robert White
8. Justus es Domine Robert White
9. Ne irascaris Domine William Byrd
10. O Domine adjuva me William Byrd
11. Tribulationes civitatum - Timor et hebetudo - Nos enim pro peccatis William Byrd
12. Domine exaudi orationem William Byrd
13. Domine praestolamur William Byrd
14. Ad te clamamus Christopher Tye
15. Omnes gentes, plaudite manibus Christopher Tye
16. Esurientes implevit bonis John Sheppard
17. Angelus ad pastores ait Orlando di Lasso
18. Veni in hortum meum Orlando di Lasso
19. O salutaris hostia Thomas Tallis
20. Salvator mundi I Thomas Tallis
21. Candidi facti sunt Thomas Tallis
22. Dum transisset Sabbatum a 5 Robert Johnson
23. Exaudiat te Dominus Robert White
24. Tribulationem et dolorem inveni Alfonso Ferrabosco I
25. Non me vincat, Deus meus Nicholas Strogers
26. Dum transisset Sabbatum I John Taverner
27. Tribulatio proxima est - Contumelias et terrores William Byrd
28. Appropinquet deprecatio mea Robert White
29. Christus resurgens John Tailer
30. O quam gloriosum est regnum - Benedictio et claritas William Byrd
31. Tristitia et anxietas - Sed tu, Domine William Byrd
32. Apparebit in finem William Byrd
33. Audivi vocem William Byrd
34. In resurrectione tua William Byrd
35. Retribue servo tuo Robert Parsons
36. Fac cum servo tuo William Byrd
37. Sive vigilem William Mundy
38. Christe qui lux es et dies IV Robert White
39. Deus venerunt gentes - Posuerunt morticinia William Byrd
40. Domine tu jurasti William Byrd
41. Exsurge, quare obdormis William Byrd
42. O sacrum convivium Thomas Tallis
43. Salvator mundi II Thomas Tallis
44. Effuderunt sanguinem William Byrd Part 3 of Deus venerunt gentes (no.39 above)
45. Christe qui lux es et dies William Byrd
46. Laetentur coeli William Byrd
47. Facti sumus opprobrium William Byrd Part 4 of Deus venerunt gentes (no.39 above)
48. Ave Maria Robert Parsons
49. Dum transisset Sabbatum "Roose"
50. Decantabat populus Anonymous
51. Mirabile mysterium Alfonso Ferrabosco I
52. Miserere mei Deus William Byrd
53. O bone Jesu Robert Parsons
54. Vestigia mea dirige Nathaniel Giles
55. Lord, who shall dwell Robert White numbered 56 in MS;
numbers thereafter follow in sequence
56. The Lord bless us and keep us Robert White
57. O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth William Byrd
58. Prevent us, O Lord William Byrd
59. How long shall mine enemies William Byrd
60. O that most rare breast William Byrd
61. Come to me grief for ever William Byrd
62. In fields abroad William Byrd
63. Where fancy fond William Byrd
64. Susanna fair (1588) William Byrd
65. While Phoebus used to dwell William Byrd
66. Why do I use my paper, ink and pen? William Byrd
67. La Verginella William Byrd
68. I joy not in no earthly bliss William Byrd
69. Ah golden hairs William Byrd
70. Lord in thy wrath reprove me not William Byrd
71. Care for thy soul William Byrd
72. Browning William Byrd
73. Browning Clement Woodcock
74. Miserere Mallorie
75. Ascendo ad Patrem Jean Maillard attrib. Tye in MS
76. Rubem quem Christopher Tye
77. Susanne un jour Orlando di Lasso
78. Madonna somm'accorto Giacomo Fogliano attrib. Tye in MS
79. Pour vous aymer Philippe van Wilder
80. De la court Robert Parsons

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