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Bach, Georg Christoph, Siehe, wie fein u: lieblich  für 2 Tenore und Bass, begleitet von Violin, drey Gamben und Basso [more info]

Bach, Johann Christoph, Wie bist du denn, o Gott. in Zorn auf mich entbrannt (Lamento)

Bach, Johann Christoph (or Heinrich?) Ach, daß ich Wassers gnug hätte

Bach, Johann Michael, Ach, wie sehnlich wart ich der Zeit Canto solo, con 5 Instrument & Basso Continuo

Baldwin, John, A Browning, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 124, p. 25

Baldwin, John, Coockow as I me walked, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 125, p. 29

Baldwin, John, In manus tuas Domine, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 117, p. 6

Baldwin, John, In nomine II, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 152, p. 56 

Baldwin, John, A Duo

Baldwin, John, In nomine I, MB XLV, n. 131, p. 120

Becker, Dietrich, Schaff in mir, Gott, ein reines Hertz. Concerto à 6 Alto solo con 5. Instromento [more info]

Benett, John, Eliza, her name gives honour, MB XXII, n. 47, p. 130

Benett, John, Venus’ birds, MB XXII, n. 48, p.132

Bevin, Elway, In nomine I, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 153, p. 60 

Bevin, Elway, In nomine II, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 154, p. 63 

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia I, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 118, p. 16

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia II, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 119, p. 18

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia III, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 120, p. 19

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia IV, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 121, p. 21

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia V, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 122, p. 22

Blanks, Edward, Fantasia VI, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 123, p. 23

Blanks, Edward, Fantasy, Musica Britannica XLV, n. 138, p. 3

Brewster, In nomine (Part 5 ad lib.), MB XLIV, n. 14, p. 34

Brewster, In nomine II, MB XLV, n. 132, p. 122

Brieghel, Wolfgang Carl, Preise Jerusalem a 8. 2 C., A., B. & 4 violæ

Bruhns, Nicolaus, Alleluja. Paratum cor meum a 6, 2 Tenori, 1 Basso, violino, 2 viole da gamba con Basso continuo [more info]

Buck, John, In nomine, MB XLV, n. 133, p. 124 / In nomine

Buxtehude, Dietrich, Chiccona: | Laudate Pueri Dominum:. | doi Sopran: Violdigamb: [more info]

Buxtehude, Dietrich, Membra Jesu nostri VI Ad cor – Vulnerasti cor meum [more info]

Byrd, William, Christ rising

Byrd, William, Browninge a 5

Byrd, William, Fantazia n. 2 a 6

Byrd, William, Fantazia n. 3 a 6

Byrd, William, Pavan + Galliard a 6

Byrd, William, Consort songs

Psalms and Spiritual Songs

1 O Lord, within thy tabernacle (Ps.15) p. 4 | 2 The Lord is my only support (Ps. 23) p. 4 | 3 Have mercy on us, Lord (Ps. 67) p. 5 | 4 The man is blest (Ps. 112) p. 7 | 5 Lord, to thee I make my moan (Ps. 130) p. 9 | 6 O God, but God p. 11 | 7 O Lord, bow down thine heavnly eyes p.15 | 8 O Lord, how vain p. 17 | 9 O that woeful wretches p. 19 | 10 Out of the orient crystal skies p. 22 | 11 Rejoice unto the Lord p. 27 (In honour of Queen Elizabeth I, 1586) | 12 Triumph with pleasant melody (A dialogue between Christ and a Sinner) p. 31

Moral Songs and “Sonnets”

13 Ah, golden hairs p. 37 | 14 As Caesar wept p. 39 | 15 Blame I confess p. 41 | 16 Come, pretty babe p. 43 | 17 Content is rich p. 47 | 18 E’en as in seas p. 50 | 19 I will not say p. 52 | 20 Mount, Hope, above the skies p. 56 | 21 My freedom, ah (I thought that love), p. 58 | 22 Sith Death at length p. 60 | 23 Sith that the tree p. 62 | 24 Thou poets’ friend p. 64 | 25 Truce for a time p. 67 | 26 Truth at the first p. 69 | 27 What steps of strife p. 72 | 28 While Phoebus us’d to dwell (The noble famous Queen) p. 75

Elegies

29 Crowned with flow’rs and lilies (In memory of Queen Mary I) p. 77 | 30 Delight is dead p. 82 | 31 In angel’s weed (An elegy for Mary, Queen of Scots, d. 1587) p. 85 | 32 Ye sacred muses (An elegy for Thomas Tallis, d. 1585) p. 88

Later Songs

33 An aged dame p. 92 | 34 Fair Britain Isle (An elegy for Henry, Prince of Wales, d. 1612) p. 96 | 35 He that all earthly pleasure scorns p. 99 | 36 My mistress had a little dog (Upon the death of a lady’s dog at Appleton Hall, Norfolk) p.101 | 37 Quis me statim p. 109 | 38 Though I be Brown (In honour of Mary Browne, married to Thomas Paston in 1608) p. 112 | 39 Where the blind p.  114 | 40 With lilies white (An elegy for Lady Magdalen Montague, d. 1608) p. 117 | 41 Wretched Albinus (Upon the fall of the Earl of Essex, 1601) p. 120

Doubtful and Spurious Songs

42 By force I live (?William Cobbold) p. 124 | 43 Methought of late p. 126 | 44 The day delay’d p. 128 | 45 Whom hateful harms p. 130

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