ETON CHOIRBOOK PDF

The Eton Choirbook, one of only three such books along with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook to survive from pre-Reformation England, is a large manuscript collection of Marian antiphons, Magnificat settings and other motets assembled for, and still held at, Eton College. Edward Hygons is thought to possibly be responsible for the existence of this book, as well as the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook. This choirbook appears to have been compiled in two separate stages, the majority of the works being inscribed around with some later additions possibly from It originally contained 93 works, 29 of which have been completely lost and another 21 of which are incomplete, although a few of these are also found in other sources.

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The Eton Choirbook, one of only three such books along with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook to survive from pre-Reformation England, is a large manuscript collection of Marian antiphons, Magnificat settings and other motets assembled for, and still held at, Eton College. Edward Hygons is thought to possibly be responsible for the existence of this book, as well as the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook. This choirbook appears to have been compiled in two separate stages, the majority of the works being inscribed around with some later additions possibly from It originally contained 93 works, 29 of which have been completely lost and another 21 of which are incomplete, although a few of these are also found in other sources.

A list of the original contents appears in two substantially identical indexes. Publication date and place: in Eton, England — Manuscript. Contents of the Eton Choirbook sorted initially by the order in which they appear in the collection. The table is sortable, by clicking the icon at the top of each column.

Titles which are complete in the Eton Choirbook or other sources are shown below as hyperlinks, blue for works available and red for those not yet available at ChoralWiki.

Other notes:. Contents Contents of the Eton Choirbook sorted initially by the order in which they appear in the collection. Harrison edition. Folio Title Composer Parts Notes 1. Gaude flore virginali Wylkynson, Robert Robert Wylkynson 6 missing Salve regina vas mundicie Fawkner 6 missing Virgo gaude gloriosa Lambe, Walter Walter Lambe 5 missing Stabat mater dolorosa Fayrfax, Robert Robert Fayrfax 5 missing Ave cujus conceptio Fayrfax, Robert Robert Fayrfax 5 missing Quid cantemus innocentes Fayrfax, Robert Robert Fayrfax 5 missing Gaude flore virginali Dunstaple, John John Dunstaple 5 missing Ave lux totius mundi Browne, John John Browne 5 missing Gaude flore virginali Browne, John John Browne 5 missing Ad te purissima virgo Cornysh, William William Cornysh 5 missing O virgo virginum praeclara Lambe, Walter Walter Lambe 4 missing Magnificat Brygeman, William William Brygeman 5 missing Magnificat Cornysh, William William Cornysh 5 missing Title Composer Genre Subgenre Vo.

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Privacy policy About ChoralWiki Disclaimers. O Maria salvatoris Mater. Browne, John John Browne. Gaude flore virginali. Kellyk, Hugh Hugh Kellyk. O Maria plena gratiae. Lambe, Walter Walter Lambe. Davy, Richard Richard Davy.

Stabat Mater dolorosa. Stabat iuxta Christi crucem. O Regina mundi clara. Gaude virgo mater Christi. Wylkynson, Robert Robert Wylkynson. Cornysh, William William Cornysh. Salve Regina I. Brygeman, William William Brygeman. Salve Regina. Horwud, William William Horwud. Sutton, John John Sutton. Hacomplaynt, Robert Robert Hacomplaynt. Huchyn, Nicholas Nicholas Huchyn. Salve Regina II. Fayrfax, Robert Robert Fayrfax. Hygons, Richard Richard Hygons.

Hampton, John John Hampton. O Domine caeli terraeque. Salve Jesu Mater vera. Stabat mater dolorosa. Virgo templum Trinitas. In honore summae Matris. O Maria et Elizabeth. Banester, Gilbert Gilbert Banester. Gaude virgo Mater Christi. O Regina caelestis gloriae II. Dunstaple, John John Dunstaple. Stabat mater dolorosa II. Gaude virgo salutata.

Gaude rosa sine spina. Gaude flore virginali I. Turges, Edmund Edmund Turges. Nesciens mater. Stabat virgo Mater Christi II. Stella caeli. Ascendit Christus hodie. Gaude flore virginali II. Ave Maria Mater Dei.

Nesbett, John John Nesbett. Magnificat octavi toni. Magnificat 'Regale'. Mychelson, Robert Robert Mychelson. Sygar, John John Sygar. Baldwin, John John Baldwin. William of Stratford. Gaude flore virginali a 5. Ave lumen gratiae. Magnificat 'Regali ex progenie'.

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The Eton Choirbook

The Eton Choirbook is a year old manuscript of latin liturgical music from pre-reformation England, held, as you might expect, in the collections of Eton College. It was copied out in the s. Measuring almost 2 feet long on one edge, and 17 inches along the other, part of what makes the book so big is that the music is copied in a very large script. Even the Eton Choirbook suffered some losses through the years: of the original leaves of the manuscript, only have survived. What does remain of the Eton Choirbook is important as it gives us a good idea about a generation of English music and its composers, who otherwise, we would know very little about.

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Eton Choirbook

It was one of very few collections of Latin liturgical music to survive the Reformation , and hence is an important source. It originally contained music by 24 different composers; however, many of the pieces are damaged or incomplete. It is one of three large choirbooks surviving from early-Tudor England the others are the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook. The Choirbook was compiled between approximately and for use at Eton College ; its present binding dates from the mid 16th century. In the original, there were a total of 93 separate compositions; however only 64 remain either complete or in part. Some of the 24 composers are known only because of their inclusion in the Eton Choirbook.

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