Parthenia in-violata: or, Mayden-musicke for the virginalls and bass-violAdditional title: Mayden-musicke
NamesHole, Robert, 17th cent. (Compiler)Pyper, John (Distributor)Rimbault, Edward F. (Edward Francis), 1816-1876 (Former owner)
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1614 (Questionable)Place: Printed at London :Publisher: for John Pyper, and are to be sold at his shopp at Pauls gate next unto cheapside at the cross keies,
Table of Contents1. The Kinges morisck. -- 2. The Lordes mask. -- 3. The Irish dance. -- 4. New noddie. -- 5. Old noddie. -- 6. Ages youth. -- 7. The first part of the old yeere. -- 8. The last part of the olde yeere. -- 9. Miserere. -- 10. Almaine. -- 11. [Coranto] -- 12. [Almaine] -- 13. [Coranto] -- 14. [Coranto] -- 15. Almaine. -- 16. Almaine. -- 17. [Toy] -- 18. [Welsh dance] -- 19. [The scolding wife] -- 20. [Toy].
Library locationsMusic DivisionShelf locator: Drexel 5120 locked case
TopicsHarpsichord musicViola da gamba and harpsichord music
NotesStatement of responsibility: selected out of the compositions of the most famous in that arte by Robert Hole and consecrated to all true lovers & practicers thereof.Content: Contains twenty duets for virginal and bass viol.Content: Cover includes engraving of a virginal and a viola da gamba; also includes poetic verses.Additional physical form: Published in a facsimile edition with additional commentary by the New York Public Library, 1961.Language: Staff notation.Ownership: From the library of Edward F. Rimbault.
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 score ( pages) ; 15 x 19 cm
Type of ResourceNotated music
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 933774117NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20869900Photo Order: 55674Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 6246e850-97a6-0133-18ae-00505686d14e
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