|Document Reference||Pw V 78|
|Title||MS psalms and canticles with music, entitled 'Mr Henry Noell his funerall Psalmes Composed by Jo: Doulande Bacheler of musick/ Alto'; n.d. [1597-1600]|
|Access Conditions||Microfilm surrogate available - readers may be required to use the microfilm in the first instance.|
|Content Description||Individual entries in this MS are described under references Pw V 78/1 - Pw V 78/7.|
|Pw V 78 is part of a set of four books labelled Canto, Alto, Tenore, Basso (Pw V 77-80); each part-books contains 7 items.|
|Title Of Work||Mr Henry Noell his funerall Psalmes Composed by Jo: Doulande Bacheler of musick/ Alto|
|ReprodnNote||Volumes from Pw V cannot be photographed by readers with their own camera or device, but reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only.|
|Physical Description||One of four quarto part books each consisting of 6 leaves each plus front and back paste downs made of the same paper throughout.|
Paper is uniformly cropped in all four books, 193 x 145 mm.
|Descriptive Features||The paper type used for all leaves and paste downs are of uniform colour and texture and they share the same chainline pattern.|
Watermark: Pot surmounted by quatrefoil, approximately 45 x 20 mm (single watermark form is found on f 3).
All four books have a similar limp vellum binding which measure approximately 195 x 148 mm. The limp vellum was dyed in black leaving front and back oblong windows of natural-coloured vellum as labels on which to write the title of the books. Titles were entered on the front labels. The leaves were sewn to the limp binding by means of two large stitches.
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|Publication Note||E. H. Fellowes (Ed.), Seven Hymn Tunes (London, 1934)|
|D. Poulton, John Dowland (London, 1982, 2nd ed.) pp 47-48, 330-36, 421-22|
|D. Greer, '"Thou Court's Delight": Biographical Notes on Henry Noel' The Lute Society Journal (1975) vol 17, pp 49-59|
|L. Hulse, 'Apollo's Whirligig: William Cavendish Duke of Newcastle and his Music Collection' The Seventeenth Century (1994) vol 9/2, pp 213-246|
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