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Image for Six Songs by Thomas Campian, Thomas Ford, Henry Lawes, John Dowland, and Thomas Morley, Arranged for Voice & Guitar by John Williams

Six Songs by Thomas Campian, Thomas Ford, Henry Lawes, John Dowland, and Thomas Morley, Arranged for Voice & Guitar by John Williams

By: Williams, John (arrangements)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, Stainer & Bell: 1962

Seller ID: 10497

Condition: Very Good


Stamped on the front cover: Previous owner name, price, and "With Compliments." Handwritten notation on three of the eight pages. Includes the following: I prithee send me back my heart, by Henry Lawes; Jack and Joan, by Thomas Campian; Never weather-beaten sail, by Thomas Campian; Mistress mine may well you face, by Thomas Morley; Wilt thou, unkind, thus reave me? by John Dowland; and Since first I saw your face, by Thomas Ford. View more info

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Lift Up Your Heads. O Ye Gates (Psalm 24: 7-10)

By: Michael, Tobias

Price: $35.00

Publisher: St. Louis, Missouri, Concordia Publishing House: 1968

Seller ID: 10496

Condition: Very Good


Some wear and discoloration along the spine, otherwise a fine copy. Publication no. 97-4815, 19 pages. Includes a Notes page (inside front cover) by Paul Thomas, with information on Tobias Michael (1592-1657), this composition, and performance and use. See accompanying image. From the Notes page: "No. 42 in the second part of Musikalische Seelenlust. It is a setting of Ps. 24, 7-10 for tenor (or baritone), SSATB chorus, five-voiced instrumental ensemble, and continuo." Realization of the figured bass: Fritz Oberdoerffer. The cover image: Miniature, Christ's Entry into Jerusalem; Egypt... View more info

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The H.W. Gray Co. Quarterly No. 40: Anthems for Lent and Easter and General Use, February 1921

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, The H.W. Gray Co.: 1921

Seller ID: 10495

Condition: Good


Stapled pages bound in printed paper covers. Staples are rusted, rubbing wear to the extremities. Clean interior with now writing or marks found. 64 pages plus cover ads for additional music offered for sale by the publisher. Cover title misprint (Life of God for Light of God). Entire contents include The Light of God: An Easter Legend After the Nicodemian Gospels (Text by Frederick H. Martens, Music by Philip James); Springs in the Desert: Anthem for Advent or Missions (Isaiah XXXV, Music by Arthur B. Jennings, Jr.); Now Our Hymn Ascendeth (Text by Helen A. Dickinson, XV Century arr. by Clare... View more info