Each carol is presented first for unaccompanied mixed voices (SATB) with piano reduction for practice only, and then for solo/unison voices and piano. Includes editor's preface and "Notes on the carols" (p. 51-57). Bibliography: p. 58.
Parallel conventional staff notation and tablature; includes chord symbols. Compact disc contains demonstration tracks. Includes performance notes preceding each selection, and biographical note on the arranger.
"Published for the Musica Britannica Trust established by the Royal Musical Association." Preface in English, French, and German; introduction and critical report in English. Staff notation. Includes bibliographical references.
For concertina and piano (1st-5th and 7th works); soprano or tenor, concertina, and piano (6th work); concertina, harp, and piano (8th work); concertina or violin and piano (9th work); solo concertina (10th-12th works); chorus (SSTB) and concertina (13th work); 2 concertinas (14th work); and 4 concertinas (15th work). Words in German and English (6th work, also printed as text on p. xiii), and English ...
Facsimile of manuscript 473 preserved in the Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Plainchant and organa, comprising tropes for the Proper and Ordinary of the Mass and sequences. Latin words. English non-diastematic neumes. Reproduced 2 folios to a page. Includes bibliographical references (p. -80, 1st group) and index of chants.
A collection of folk songs arranged for harp. Text printed separately for each song, p. 17-19. Distributor on label, cover p. : [Salt Lake City, UT] : Lyon & Healy. LC copy lacks the publisher's number, 701327-200.
Melody lines with chord symbols. "Suitable not only for melodeon, but also for instruments such as fiddle, mandolin, concertina and flute"--P.  of cover. Includes notes on the tunes. Includes discography.
Consists of songs mentioned in Chaucer's works composed by Machaut or adapted to music by Machaut, or set to medieval English melodies, and arranged principally for voice and harp; some for harp solo. English, Middle English, Latin, and Old French words; English translations of some songs printed as texts. Includes bibliographical references.
Text also printed separately. Vaughan Williams composed the accompaniment for this song, which was taken from W. Percy Merrick's 1912 collection, Folk songs from Sussex (some of the verses were taken from the collection). No separate violin part is provided for this edition. Staff notation.
Two movements from the cantata 'Songs and cries of London town' for SATB choir, upper-voice choir, piano duet and optional percussion. Acc. has been reduced for one piano and optional tubular bells and tambourine. Includes separate part for tubular bells, p. 16. Piano reduction prepared by Ralph Woodward. 1st work is for upper-voice choir only.
For 1-3 voices. Latin words; also printed as text with English translation, after each song. Facsimile of the MS: p. 167-182. Introduction includes information about the manuscript, historical information about the songs, and notes on performance practice. Includes bibliographical references (p. -194) and index.