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Wilson, J.
Wilson, John
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Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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Grüttner, Hans-Peter
Harmonia mundi France
Lawes, William (1602-1645)
Locke, Matthew (1621-1677)
Playford, John (1623-1686?)
Ravenscroft, Thomas (ap 1592-ap 1635)
Rohmert, Gisela
Shimizu-Jacoby, Shoko
Smith, John Stafford (1750-1836)
Spring, Matthew
Spring, Matthew G.
Weelkes, Thomas (1576-1623)
[16th-17th century music MSS of the Oxford music school]
Anacreontick song, The
Ayres and dialogues 17. Jahrh.
Call George again, boys
Chansons (Angleterre ; 1600-1675)
Cheerfull ayres or ballads first composed for one single voice and since set for three voices, 1660:
Dainty fine aniseed water fine
Drink tonight of the moonshine bright
Edinburgh University Library Manuscript Ms. Dc.I.69...
Elegy on the death of Shenstone
English music of the 17th century
Eternal Wisdom arm'd with might
Foresters sound the cheerful horn
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may
Gather your rosebuds while you may
Inigo Jones
Lord, I to thee direct
Lord those whom thou in vowes
Lord thou in heaven
Lord, thou sacred unity
Lord thou who beauty
Manuscripts at Oxford
music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, The
Music for several friends [Enregistrement sonore] : seventeenth century english music
Musick's delight on the cithren restored and refined to a more easie and pleasant manner of playing than formerly ; and set forth with lessons al a mode, being the choicest of our late new ayres, corants, sarabands, tunes, and jiggs. To which is added several new songs and ayres to sings to the cithren
Muzyka dworów europejskich [Dokument dźwiękowy] : Anglia
My God, my King, incline
My troubles, Lord
O Lord thou seest my wrongs
O my God to thee I fly
O who, whill o'er the downs so free
Of peace and reason, Lord
Our native freedome Lord preserve
Oxford music school collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, The
Psalterium Carolinum. The Devotions of his sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings, rendred in verse. Set to music for 3 voices and an organ, or theorbo...
Psalterium carolinum. The devotions of his sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings, rendred in verse. Set to musick for 3 voices and an organ, or theorbo, by John Wilson,...
rags of time 17th-c English lute songs and dances, The
Round of three Country dances in one, A
Select ayres and dialogues for one, two, and three voyces, to the theorbo-lute or basse-viol, 1659:
Select ayres and dialogues for one, two, and three voyces; to the theorbolute or basse-viol.
Select musicall ayres, and Dialogues, for one and two voyces, to sing to the theorbs, lute, or basse violl, composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, Henry Lawes, William Webb. Doctours of musick gentlemen. To whish is added some few short ayres or songs forthren voyces, to an instrument
Shakespeare's musicke sung in authentic elizabethan pronunciation
Shakespeare songs and consort music
She weepeth sore in the night
Sigh no more ladies
singing club The catch club, The ; The glee club.
Sir Walter enjoying his damsel
Sir Walter enjoying hois damsel
Sweet and low
There is a paradise on earth
There were three ravens
Thirty preludes in all (24) keys for lute : facsimile and transcription of the manuscript Oxford, Bodleian Library Mus. B 1
Thou Lord hast made us see
Thou Lord who by thy wise decree
Thou still the same
Thou that alone art infinite
Thou that fill'st Heaven and earth.
Thou who all souls all consciences
Thou whose mercies know no bound
Through humane clouds
Thy mercies Lord
Tis woman makes us love
'Tis women makes us love
To soften care
To thee I fly
To thee my God
To thee my solitary prayers
To thee my uprightness is known
Unpublished English manuscripts before 1850, section A
Were the bee sucks there suck I
Who vengeance on my wrongs
With ready joy