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Miscellaneous English pieces.jtb

Richard Allison - Almaine
Richard Allison - The Lord's Prayer
Robert White - Christe Qui Lux
Philip Rosseter - Galliard
Philip Rosseter - Pavan
William Byrd - Christe Redemptor a 4
John Wilson - Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong
Alfonso Ferrabosco - Fantasia
Alfonso Ferrabosco - Galliard
Alfonso Ferrabosco - Pavan
Girolamo Frescobaldi - Toccata
Anon. - Southwell's Galliard
Watkins Ale (?)
Dance
English dance
Fly from the world Alfonso Ferrabosco (The Younger)
The Duke of Holstones Delight (99) - A. A. Chalkey
Goe from my window
Italiana Miscellaneous
Sick tune
J. Wilson - Sing aloud
Sinkapace galliard
Ford - Southcote Pavan
When lo by break of morning
Robin Hoode p[er] Mr. Ascue
Jolly Robbin (Anonymous setting)

Mostly imported from Wayne Cripps, his tab program.jtb

English anon. - A Galliard
English anon. - A Jigg - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Almain (A. Ferrabosco)
English anon. - Almayne - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Almayne by Francis Cutting
English anon. - An almane
English anon. - Arthur's Dump - Marsh LB
English anon. - As I wente to Walsinghame (Wickmanbrook)
English anon. - Bonny Sweete Boy (Dd.2.11, f.66)
English anon. - Bonny Sweete Boy, Th. Robinson
English anon. - Broome Bessy from Dd.2.11, 80v.
English anon. - Brunswick (Fitzwilliam virginal book)
English anon. - Carmans Whistle - Dd.5.78.3, f.48v-49r
English anon. - Come Away
English anon. - Conde Claros Marsh p.232
English anon. - Coranto (Ferrabosco)
English anon. - Cuttings comfort - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Dargesson
English anon. - Fantasy - Gregorio Huwet of Anwerpe (Varietie of lute Lessons)
English anon. - Fly from the world - Alfonso Ferrabosco The Younger
English anon. - French Coranto
English anon. - Galliard - Alfonso Ferrabosco
English anon. - A Galliard: Edward Collard
Collarde [Dd.9.33, ff.31v.-32] Go from my window
English anon. - Galliard - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Galliarda Aliter (Nurnberger Lautenbuch)
English anon. - GO FROM MY WINDOW - Euing Lute Manuscript
English anon. - Go From My Window (Immerito)
English anon. - Go Merely Wheele
English anon. - Gray's Inn Masque
English anon. - Greensleeves - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Greensleeves (Ballet lute book)
English anon. - Heart's Ease
English anon. - Kemp's Jig
English anon. - Knowles his galiarde (Wickhambrook no 22)
English anon. - Lady Clifton's Spirit
English anon. - Lord Willoughby
English anon. - Lusty Gallant
English anon. - Master Mathias His Galiard (Ballet lute book)
English anon. - Monsieur's Almayne (D. Batchelard - Varietie of lute lessons)
English anon. - Mrs. Anne Markham's Pavan
English anon. - Mrs. Anne Markham's Galliard - Pickering LB
English anon. - Muy Linda - Anthony Holborne
English anon. - My Lady Strang's Alman
English anon. - My Mistris Farwell
English anon. - Now to bed
English anon. - Orlando - Chanson Englesa - Joachim van den Hove
English anon. - Orlando Furiosoe
English anon. - Orlando sleepeth - John Dowland
English anon. - Passamezzo antico
English anon. - PAVAN - T[homas] S[mythe] Cosens Lute Book
English anon. - Pavan (Holborne)
English anon. - Pavan (Th. Morley)
English anon. - Pavan by Anthony de County
English anon. - Pavan, Last Will and Testament A. Holborne
English anon. - Pavana Bray (W. Byrd)
English anon. - Pavin - Thomas Morley (Varietie of Lute Lessons)
English anon. - Progresse (Almayne)
English anon. - PSALM 100 Thysius Lute ms., fo. 279r
English anon. - Robert Johnson, British Museum Ad. Ms. 38539 - ML
English anon. - Robert Johnson, Cambridge U Library Dd. 4.22
English anon. - Robinson's May Thomas Robinson, Cambridge U Dd 9.33 f92
English anon. - Sinckapace galliarde Ballet Lute Book f95
English anon. - Southecote Galliarde - Anthony Holborne (Dd. 9.33, f 84r)
English anon. - Southwells Galliarde (Cambridge MS. Dd.2.11B f68)
English anon. - The cobbler
English anon. - The fairy rounde (Anthony Holborne, Dd. 9.33, f 62r)
English anon. - The King of Denmarkes Delight.
English anon. - The Lord's Prayer (?? )
English anon. - The woods so wild
English anon. - Tinternell. (Anthony Holborne)
English anon. - Toy - Francis Cutting
English anon. - Wanton - Anthony Holborne (Dd. 9.33, f 67r)
English anon. - What if a day
English anon. - What if a day (2 - Pickering?)
English anon. - Wilson's Wilde

Hirsch Lute Book.jtb

A Galliard - W. Byrd (Hirsh LB f2r.)
In Nomine Pavan - Nicholas Strogers (Hirsch f.2v)
John Dowland - My Lady Leighton's Pavan (A dream) - Hirsch f.3r
In Nomine Galliard - Nicholas Strogers (Hirsh LB f3r)
A Galliard (Hirsch f.4r)
Holborne? - Haselwoods Galliard - f. 5r
Haselwoods Galliard
Galliard - Francis Cutting (Hirsh LB f6v)
A galliard - Hirsch 11r
John Dowland - Piper's Galliard - Hirsch f.11r
John Dowland - Essex's Galliard - Hirsch f. 11v
P21. - Candish's Galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f.56]
Fantasia (Francesco da Milano Hirsch LB f64v)
A. Holborne - Fantasia
(Hirsch, f.65v.) Fantasia/Anon. (f.65v.)
Anthony Holborne - A Fantasia Hirsch, f. 65r
Anon. - Fantasia (Hirsch, f.66v.) Hirsch Lute Book

Three pieces.jtb

Thomas Mace - Praeludium 1 in C-fa-ut
Thomas Mace - Praeludium 2 in D-sol-re
Thomas Mace - Praeludium 3 in E-la-mi Three pieces
Thomas Mace - A Fancy-Prelude, or Voluntary; Sufficient Alone to make a Good Hand, Fit for All manner of Play, or Use.
Thomas Mace - The Theorbe Tunning

Margaret Board Lute book.jtb

Lighte of Love - Margaret Board Lute Book page 5
ROGERO - Anon, Board Lute Book
The Eglantine Branche (M. Board f. 25v)
Poore Tome/Board F23R
Poore Tome/Board F23R
Delacourt pavin/Board, f1v
Bonny Sweet Robin/Board f.12v
Almayne en me revenant (Board f.25 verso)
I can not keepe my wyfe at howme (M. Board book)
Joane to the Maypole/M. Board p 27r
Lavolta (Margaret Board f.13 r)
Lothe to depart (Board f.7v)
Peter Philips Pavan Board L.B.,f°5v,6r
Sellinger's Rownd/Margaret Board Book page 12r
The Eglantine Branche (M. Board f. 25v)
The French Tune folio (Board LB 25v )
The Gathering of pescodes/M Board 26 recto
The Hunter's Carreare (M. Board f.27v)
Almande by Robert Dowland, M Board 12v
Robert Johnson Almanyne, The Board Lute Book, f. 30r [rhythm sign with no pitch means a rest, ok?]
additional Johnson pieces from Seicento Edition, no. 15, Almayne, from Board Lute Book, f30r notes 1. the plus sign (+) before a note signifies the plus sign ornament symbol in the Board Lute Book 2. The final bar of the piece is in triple time, for some reason. I've corrected it. Originally, it was H+d3c4a5 Qa9 H.a5 ***
additional Johnson pieces from Seicento Edition, no. 20, The Princes Coranto, from Board Lute Book, f27
additional Johnson pieces from Seicento Edition, no. 21, The Witches Dance, from Board Lute Book, f26r There are 2 ornament signs, a plus sign before the tab letter, notated with "+", and a dot before the tab letter, notated "." This one has a question mark next to Johnson's name. Also, it's full of time signature changes,so I'll put them in in brackets and you can do what you like with them. There's no sig at the beginning. I've copied this out of Board, because the Seicento edition has mistakes and is unreliable. But let me know if you have questions, because there are about 6 other lute settings of the Witches Dance. additional Johnson pieces from Seicento Edition, no. 23, The Gipsies Dance, from Board Lute Book, f38v-39r
P10. - Solus cum sola - Board 10v
P22. - Dowland's First galliard - Board [22v]
P28. - Galliard on Batchelard's galliard - Board 16v
P28. - Galliard on Batchelard's galliard - Board 16v
P61. - Orlando sleepeth - Board 1r
P96. - An Almand - Board f.13r
P97. - The Queenes galliard - Board f.24r
P98. - Praeludium - Board [f29r]
P99. - Mr. Dowland's midnight - Board [f26v]
P100. - Coranto - Board 30r
PA3. - Almande Robert Dowland, M Board 12v
Almayne en me revenant (Board f.25 verso)
Gray's Inn -the first ( MB f.39v-40r; MB f.45v) alias: the turtle dove - the Lord's mask - Cuperaree Margaret Board Lute book

Narcissus Marsh lute book.jtb

Marsh lute book - p.251 (Chi passa?)
Arthur - Philip Van Wilder (?) Marsh lute book
Queen's Treble Narcissus
A doomp E.E. p.243
Galliarde
The New Year's Gift Anthony Holborne
Galliard by Holborne
Lusty Gallant - Marsh LB. f/ Narcissus Marsh lute book

Pickering Lute book (selections).jtb

A Toy - (Jane Pickeringe's Lute Book # 17)
A Toy - (Jane Pickeringe's Lute Book number 16)
Carmans whistle by Mr Johnsonne - Pickeringe, f.32v-33r
The English Hunt's Up - John Whitfield - Pickering LB
Drawe neare me and lowe me/Jane Pickeringe's lute book, f. 28r
P66. - Lord Willoughby - Pickering LB
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home - William Byrde (Pickering LB)
The Maids in Constrite (Pickering f.30r)
The Countess of Pembroke Funeral - Pickering
Coranto Confess - Pickering (f.37v.38r). C. de L'Espine?
Mrs. Anne Markham's Galliard - Pickering LB
Lord Willoughby - Pickering LB
Daphney and Corridon - Pickering
Scottish Hunt's Up (Jane Pickeringe's Lute Book number 18)
P71. - A fantasia - Pickering [f.23v-24]
P1a. - Fantasy - Pickering [ff24v-25r]
P8. - Piper's Pavan - Pickering [ff.19v-20r]
P9. - Semper Dowland, semper dolens - Pickering [f31v]
P15. - Lachrimae - Pickering [f.16v]
189 P43. - My Ladie Riches galyerd - Pickering [f18r]
P43. - Mistress White's thing - Pickering [f19r]
P70. - Robin - Pickering [f22v]
What if a day (Jane Pickering's Lute MS) Pickering Lute book (selections)

Lute pieces.jtb

Francis Pilkington - Curranta for Mrs.Francis Pilkington Galliard - Mr. Timothy Wagstaff's Content of Desire
Francis Pilkington - George Pilkington's Funerall
Francis Pilkington - Go From My Window
Francis Pilkington - Mrs Anne Harcourt's Galliarde
Francis Pilkington - Galliard Mrs. Elizabeth Murcot's Delight
Francis Pilkington - The Lord Hastings' good morrow
Francis Pilkington - Pavan For Lute and Viol

Canzonets for Three Voices.jtb

Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - See myne owne sweet jewel
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Joy doth rise
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Cruel, pull away too soone
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Ladie, those eyes
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Hould out my hart
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - God morrow, fayre ladies
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Whither awaie so fast
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Blow, shepherds, blow your pipes
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Deep lamenting
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Farewell, disdainful
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Thirsis, let some pittie move thee
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - O flye not
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Now I must dye
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Lady, if I through griefe
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Cease mine eyes
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Where art thou, wanton?
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - What ayles my darling?
Thomas Morley (1557-1602) - Arise, get up my deere

Variations on Green Sleeves.jtb

Anon. - Variations on Green sleeves
Anon. - Variations on Green sleeves

Gosteg Dafydd Athro.jtb

Anonymous - Gosteg Dafydd Athro
Anonymous - Gosteg Dafydd Athro

The Cherbury Lute Book.jtb

Prelude
Fantasia bataille
Phantasia
Fantasia
Prelude
Fantasia
Fantasia
Prelude
Prelude
(Prelude)
Prelude de Perichon
Prelude de Perichon
Prelude de Perichon
Prelude
Fantasia
Prelude
Fantasia Diomedes
Fantasia Jacob
Prelude De Mr Daniel
Prelude Desponde
Prelude Jacob
Fantasia Polonois
Fantasia du meme Jacob
Prelude Polonois
Prelude Jacobs
Fantaisie Mr Daniel Bacheller
Fantaisie Polonois
Prelude Mr Daniel Bacheller
Fantaisie Diomedes
Fantaisie Diomedes
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude
Fantaisie Jacob
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude
Fantaisie Diomede
Prelude Polonois
Fantasia Diomede
Fantasia con jo credo Sr Diomedes

Cherbury Add. (unproofed additions).jtb

from Robert Johnson: Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 4, "Pavana Ro: Jhonson" transcribed from facsimile from the Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book, f. 60v, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (quite a lot of corrections to bass notes, taking editor's suggestions)
from Robert Johnson: Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 2, "Pavana Ro: Jhonson" transcribed from facsimile from the Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book, ff. 22v-23 Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge note: I've had to incorporate some of the editor's corrections, because the original is corrupt in places; in making these corrections, he did have references to another source of the piece.
from Robert Johnson: Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 1, "Fantasia" transcribed from facsimile from the Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Note from Jake: I've altered the notation of the diapasons to fit a ten-course lute; in the original the bass notation is strange: F is on the 8th course, D on the 9th, and E is a funny illegible smear. But it seems pretty obvious how it should go.
bacheler 5 Pavan, [Cambridge University Library, MS Dd.5.78.3, f.61v-62, see also Pickeringe, Herbs of Cherbs, Fuhrmann]
Robert Johnson Almanyne, The Board Lute Book, f. 30r [rhythm sign with no pitch means a rest, ok?]
15 Lute Pavan No. 10 (Heres Paternus){\CL/16 Lute Pavan No. 11} {Pavana del medesimo (Holborne)/(Holborne)} {The Cherbury Book, f 7r}
Filou by Luc Despond [Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book]
Filou by Luc Despond [Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book]
Pavan IV - Robert Johnson (Herb. f60v)
K13c - Countesse of Pembrooke funeralle
K16 - Pavana del medesimo
Galliard from the Cherbury book
{Pavana Mr Daniel/Daniel Bacheler [Herbert, f.52v.][unicum]}
K06b - Decrevi
Fantasia R. Johnson Herb. f16
Fantasia R. Johnson (Herb. f16)
En me revenant - Herbert f.44
Chacogne, Herbert f.47
En me revenant - Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute book

53 pieces for lute and orpharion.jtb

Francis Cutting - A Jigg
Francis Cutting - Almaine 16
Francis Cutting - Almaine 18
Francis Cutting - Almayne 17
Francis Cutting - Cutting's Comfort
Francis Cutting - Bockingtons Pound
Francis Cutting - C.G.
Francis Cutting - C.G.
Francis Cutting - Galliard 2
Francis Cutting - Galliard 3
Francis Cutting - Galliard 4
Francis Cutting - Galliard 10
Francis Cutting - Galliard 11
Francis Cutting - Galliard 13
Francis Cutting - Galliard 14
Francis Cutting - Galliard 15
Francis Cutting - Galliard 30
Francis Cutting - Galliard 31
Francis Cutting - Galliard 36
Francis Cutting - Galliard 37
Francis Cutting - Galliard 38
Francis Cutting - Galliard 39
Francis Cutting - Galliard 40
Francis Cutting - Galliard 41
Francis Cutting - Galliard 42
Francis Cutting - Galliard 43
Francis Cutting - Galliard 44 [for Orpharion]
Francis Cutting - Greensleeues
Francis Cutting - Groninge Pavan
Francis Cutting - My Lord Willoughbies Welcom Home
Francis Cutting - Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home
Francis Cutting - Lullaby
Francis Cutting - Mrs. Anne Markham's Pavan
Francis Cutting - Mrs. Anne Markham's Galliard
Francis Cutting - Passion
Francis Cutting - Pavan 2
Francis Cutting - Pavan 3
Francis Cutting - Pavan 4
Francis Cutting - Pavan 5
Francis Cutting - Pavan 32
Francis Cutting - Pavan 33
Francis Cutting - Pavan 33b
Francis Cutting - Pavane 34
Francis Cutting - Pavan 35
Francis Cutting - Pavana Bray (W. Byrd)
Francis Cutting - Porter's Galliard
Francis Cutting - Sand Per
Francis Cutting - Sir Fulke Grevilles Pavan
Francis Cutting - Sir Walter Raleigh's Galliard
Francis Cutting - The Squirell's Toy
Francis Cutting - The woods so wild
Francis Cutting - Toy 53 pieces for lute and orpharion
Francis Cutting - Walsingham Variations

Almost complete works.jtb

John Dowland P1. - J. Dowland: Fantasia - Add. 38539 [ff.14v-15r]
John Dowland P1a. - Fantasy - Varietie of Lute Lessons 1610.
John Dowland P1a. - Fantasy - Pickering [ff24v-25r]
John Dowland P1. - Fantasia Ioannis Doolandi - Thesaurus Harmonicus
John Dowland P2. - Forlorn Hope Fancy - Dd.9.33(C) [f16v-17]
John Dowland P3. - Farewell - Dd5.78(3) [f43v-44]
John Dowland P4. - Farewell, an In Nomine - Dd.9.33(C) [f.41v-42]
John Dowland P5. - A fancy - Add.3056 ff.17v-18
John Dowland P6. - A Fancy - Add.3056 [f.7v-8]
John Dowland P7. - A fancy - Dd..9.33 [f6v-7v]
John Dowland P8. - Piper's Pavan - Dd.2.11(B)[ff.46v-47] (last divisions from Add.3056)
John Dowland P8. - Piper's Pavan - Pickering [ff.19v-20r]
John Dowland P9. - Semper Dowland, semper dolens - The Euing lute book, [f 25]
John Dowland P9. - Semper Dowland, semper dolens - Pickering [f31v]
John Dowland P10. - Solus cum sola - Board 10v
John Dowland P11. Mrs. Brigide Fleetwood's Pavan - Dd.9.33(C) [ff.33v-34]
John Dowland P12. - Dr Cases paven - Dd.2.11 [f14v]
John Dowland P13. - Dowland's Adew to Master Oliver Cromwell (Resolution) - Book 2 ? (not Cambridge Nn.6.36(B) ff.18r-18v )
John Dowland P14. - Mr. John Langton's Pavan - Dd.5.78(3)E [ff.2v-3]
John Dowland P14a. - Sir John Langton's Pavan - Variety of lute lessons
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae John. Dowland - Dd.2.11, ff. 75v-76r
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Gementes
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Antiquae.
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Antiquae Novae.
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Tristes
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Coactae
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Amantis
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae Verae
John Dowland P15. - Lacrimae Pavan - Hirsch, f.11v
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae - Folger
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae - Dd.5.78(3)(E) [f9v/21]
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae - Pickering [f.16v]
John Dowland P15. - Lachrimae - Add.38539 [ff.22v.-23r]
John Dowland P15. - Fantasia Ioannis Dooland - Thesaurus harmonicus [f.16v-17r]
John Dowland P16. - A pavan - Dd.5.78(30(E) - ff.47v-48
John Dowland P17. - The Lady Russell's Pavan - Dd.9.33(C) [ff.5v-6]
John Dowland P18. - A pavan - Dd5.78.(3)E [ff.51v-52]
John Dowland P19. - Piper's Galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f53]
John Dowland P19. - Piper's Galliard - Hirsch f.11r
John Dowland P19. - Galliarde. Francisque, Tresor d'Orphee [f.13]
John Dowland P20. - Dowland's galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f7v]
John Dowland P20. - Dowland's galliard - Sampson [f.6v]
John Dowland P21. - Candish's Galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f.56]
John Dowland P21. - Candish's Galliard - Hirsch, f.11v
John Dowland P22. - Dowland's First galliard - Board [22v]
John Dowland P22. - Dowland's First Galliard Dd.2.11 [ f. 60r]
John Dowland P22. - Dowland's First galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f.95]
John Dowland P23. - Frogg galliard - Dd.2.11(B) [f.93]
John Dowland P23a. - Frog galliard - John Dowland (Folger MS)
John Dowland P24. - A gaillard - Dd.2.11 [f58]
John Dowland P25. - Melancholy Galliard - Cambridge Dd.2.11 f.12
John Dowland P26. - Sir John Souch's galliard - Dd.5.78(3)(E)
John Dowland P27. - A Galliard - Cambridge Dd.5.78(3)
John Dowland P28. - A Gallyard (on a galliard by Batchelard) - Dd.5.78(3)(E) [f35v-36]
John Dowland P28. - Galliard on Batchelard's galliard - Board 16v
John Dowland P28. - Galliard on Batchelard's galliard - Board 16v
John Dowland P29. - Giles Hobie's galliard - Dd.5.78(3)E [ff.16-17]
John Dowland P30. - A galliard - Dd.5.78(3)E [ff.25v-26]
John Dowland P31. - A Gaillard on Walsingham - Dd.5.78(3) [f37]
John Dowland P32. - Mrs Vaux Galliard - Cambridge Dd.9.33 (f.20)
John Dowland P33. - Mr. Langton's Galliard - Dd.9.33 [ff17v-18]
John Dowland P34. - Mignarda - Dd.9.33(C) [f29]
John Dowland P35. - A Galliard - Dd.9.33(C) [f37v]
John Dowland P36. - Mr. Knight's galliard - Dd.9.33(C) [f.19]
John Dowland P37. - My Lord chamberlain, His Galliard. Second part. - First book of songs
John Dowland P37. - My Lord chamberlain, His Galliard. An invention for two to play upon one lute First booke of songes
John Dowland P38. - Viscount Lisle galliard - Musicall banquet
John Dowland P39. - Round Battle Galliard (Folger MS)
John Dowland P40. - Christianus, the fourth King of Denmarke, his Galliard - Varietie of lute lessons
John Dowland P40. - King of Denmark's Battle Galliard - John Dowland (Folger MS)
John Dowland P40. - J.Dowland: the Battle galliard by mer Dowland - ff.12v-13r (Add 38539 - ML)
John Dowland P40. - The bataile galliarde by Johnson - Sampson [f.7v]
John Dowland P40. - The King of Denmarks Galliard
John Dowland P41. - The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard (Variety of lute lessons)
John Dowland P42. - Can she excuse - John Dowland (Folger MS)
John Dowland P42a. - The right Honorourable Robert Earle of Essex galliard - Variety of lute lessons
John Dowland P42. - Essex's Galliard - Hirsch f. 11v
John Dowland P43. - Lady Rich galliard - Dd.9 .33(C) [f.91v]
John Dowland P43. - Dowland's Bells (Lady Rich galliard) - Mynschall [f8]
John Dowland P43. - Lady Rich galliard - Marsh lute book
John Dowland P43. - My Ladie Riches galyerd - Pickering [f18r]
John Dowland P43a. - Lady Rich galliard - Varietie of lute lessons
John Dowland P44. - The Earl of Derby - Nn.6.36(B) [f2]
John Dowland P44a. - The Earle of Darby's galliard - Varietie of lute lessons
John Dowland P44. - The Earle of Darby's galliard - Sampson
John Dowland P45. - Lady Clifton's spirit - Varietie of lute lessons
John Dowland P46. - Lachrimae galliard - Pilgrimes Solace
John Dowland P47. - Smith's almayne - Folger MS [f13v.14]
John Dowland P47. - Sir John Smith his Almaine - Varietie of Lute Lessons
John Dowland P47a. - J.Dowland: Smythes Allmayne - f.8v (ML - Sturt LB)
John Dowland P47. - An almayne Douland - Marsh [p.384]
John Dowland P.47 - Smythes Allmayne - Add. 38359 [f.8v.]
John Dowland P48. - Lady Layton's almain - Dd.2.11(B) [f.48]
John Dowland P48a. - Lady Layton's almayne - Folger
John Dowland P49. - An almain - Dd.2.11 - f.38
John Dowland P50. - Mrs. White's thing - Wickhambrook [f15]
John Dowland P50. - Mistress White's Choice - Add.38539
John Dowland P50. Mrs Whites's choice - Sampson [f.7r]
John Dowland P43. - Mistress White's thing - Pickering [f19r]
John Dowland P50. - Mrs Whites choice - Sampson [f.7r] (2)
John Dowland P51. - A piece without title - Dd.5.78(3)(E) [f.32]
John Dowland P52. - Mrs. Nichols Almain - Dd.2.11(B) [f100v]
John Dowland P53. - Lady Clifton's almayn - Dd.9.33(C) [f28v]
John Dowland P53. - Lady Clifton's almayn - Folger
John Dowland P54. - Lady Hunsdon allmande - Dd.5.78(3)(E) [f.7]
John Dowland P54. - Lady Hunsdon allmande - John Dowland (Folger MS)
John Dowland P55. - Winter Jomp (Folger MS)
John Dowland P56. - Mrs. White's Nothing - Dd2 f.22
John Dowland P57. - Mrs Vaux's Jig - Dd.9.33(C) [f20v]
John Dowland P58. - The Shoemaker's Wife - Dd.9.33( [f21v]
John Dowland P59. - Tarleton's Risurrectione - Wickhambrook [f.11]
John Dowland P60. - Come Away - Nn6.6.36(B) [f21v]
John Dowland P61. - Orlando, Chanson Englesa - Hove, Florida
John Dowland P61. - Orlando sleepeth - Board 1r
John Dowland P61. - Orlando sleepeth - Dd.2.11 (B) [f55v]
John Dowland P61. - Orlando Furiosoe - Mynshall [f5 v]
John Dowland P62. - Fortune My Foe -Dd.4.22 [f.11v]
John Dowland P62. - Fortune My Foe - W. Barley, New booke of tabliture
John Dowland P63. - Complaint - Dd.2.11 [f.56] (Fortune my foe)
John Dowland P64. - Go fom my window - Dd.5.78(3)E [f.39v-40]
John Dowland P65. - Lord Strang's march - Dd.2.11(B) [f.58]
John Dowland P66. - Lord Willoughby - Pickering LB
John Dowland P66a. - My Lord Willoughby Welcome Home - Sampson [f.9v]
John Dowland P66a. - Lord Willoughby's welcome home (Folger MS)
John Dowland P67. - Walsingham
John Dowland P68. - Aloe - Dd.5.78 - ff.38v-39r
John Dowland P69. - Loth to depart - Dd.9.33(C) [f68v-69v]
John Dowland P70. - Robin - Dd.9.33(C) [f.29v-30]
John Dowland P70. - Robin - Pickering [f22v]
John Dowland P71. - A fantasia - Pickering [f.23v-24]
John Dowland P72. - A fancy - Euing [ff 42v-43]
John Dowland P73. - A fancy - Dd.9.33(C) [ff.44v-45v]
John Dowland P74. - A fancy - Add.31392 [f.24]
John Dowland P75. - My Lady Leighton's Pavan (A dream) - Dd.2.11(B) [f48]
John Dowland P75. - My Lady Leighton's Pavan (A dream) - Hirsch f.3r
John Dowland P76. A galliard - Euing [f42]
John Dowland P77. - Mrs. Norrish's delight - Marsh [p.382]
John Dowland P78. - A piece without title - Euing [f.26]
John Dowland P79. - What if a day - Folger MS
John Dowland P80. - A coy toy - Mynshall [f7]
John Dowland P81. - Tarleton's jig - Dd.2.11(B) [f56]
John Dowland P82. - A gaillard - Dd.9.33(C) [ff.22-21v]
John Dowland P83. - Dowland's Galliard - Mynschall [f.12v]
John Dowland P84. - Haselwoods Galliard - Dd. 9.33, f. 17r
John Dowland P85. - Galliarda Dulandi 39 - Leipzig
John Dowland P86. - Pavana Dulandi - Leipzig, Stadbibliothek, II.6.15 [p.115]
John Dowland P87. - Galliarda Dulandi 8 - Leipzig, Stadbibliothek, II.6.15 [p.194]
John Dowland P88. - Piper's Galliard (by Batchelard?) - Add.3056 [f.3v-4]
John Dowland P89. - Can she excuse (D. Batchelard??) - Add.3056 [f.48]
John Dowland P90. - The Frogg galliard - Add.3056 [ff.42v.43]
John Dowland P91. - Suzanna galliard - Dd.2.11 [f.52]
John Dowland P92. - Galliard Fr. Cutting - Dd.5.78(3)E [f.63]
John Dowland P93. - Une jeune fillette [Schele pp.25-28]
John Dowland P94. - Pavana Johan Douland - Schele [pp.28-31]
John Dowland P95. - La Mia Barbara - Schele [pp.49-51]
John Dowland P96. - An Almand - Board f.13r
John Dowland P97. - The Queenes galliard - Board f.24r
John Dowland P98. - Praeludium - Board [f29r]
John Dowland P99. - Mr. Dowland's midnight - Board [f26v]
John Dowland P100. - Coranto - Board 30r
John Dowland P104 - A galliard - Hirsh LB f.7r
John Dowland PA1. - A galliard - Hirsch 11r (attr. on style and proximity to other D. pieces)
John Dowland PA3. - Almande Robert Dowland, M Board 12v
John Dowland PA4. - Monsieur's almayne - John Dowland (Folger MS)
John Dowland Sleep, waiward thoughts - John Dowland ( First Booke of Songes or Ayres)
John Dowland Phantasia - ????

Dowland manuscript.jtb

Passinmesers pavin
Passinmesers gaillard
Two lessons for 2 lutes - (Lute 1)
Two lessons for 2 lutes - (Lute 2)
Wilson's Wilde
Fragment
The Honsok (Treble) - John Johnson
The Honsok (ground)
Paul's wharf (following fragment of Oxford's galliard)
Coranto
The parlement
Grien Slivis (Treble)
Grien Slivis (Ground)
My Lord of Oxford's Galiard
Winter Jomp - John Dowland
Doulands Round Battle Galliard - John Dowland
Coranto??
The Queenes Treble - John Johnson
Queen's Treble (Ground)
Untitled - A toy?
The voice
Zouch his march
Newman's Pavan
The cobbler
Lord Willoughby's welcome home - John Dowland
Volt
Flatt pavin - John Johnson
King of Denmark's Battle Galliard - John Dowland
The Lady Laitons almain - John Dowland
Levecha pavin - John Johnson
Frog galliard - John Dowland
Monsieur's almayne - John Dowland
Smith's almayne - John Dowland
French coranto
Delight Pavin - John Johnson
Mall Symes
Can she excuse - John Dowland
Robin is to the Greenwood gonn
Go from my window
Sharp pavin - Richard Allison
Lachrimae - John Dowland
Johnson's Gallyard - Robert Johnson
Battle
Coranto
Lady Hunsdon allmande - John Dowland
What if a day
Lady Clifton's almayn - John Dowland
Coranto
Coranto
Coranto
Coranto
Fragment (f.85r)
Fragment (f.85r - 2)
Fragment (f.86)
Volte? (fragment)
Fragment (following the volte?)
Jamie is lost his diger
Fragment (study for 2nd lute for Jamie?)
What if a day or a night
Anonymous piece
Fragment (f.87)

Lute works.jtb

Anthony Holborne K01 - Fantasia
Anthony Holborne K02 - Fantasia
Anthony Holborne K02b - Fantasia
Anthony Holborne K03b - Fantasia No. 3
Anthony Holborne K04b - Pauane Mr Anthony Holborne
Anthony Holborne K04b - Pavan
Anthony Holborne K04c - Pavan
Anthony Holborne K05b - Galliard to the Lute Pavan No. 1
Anthony Holborne K06b - Decrevi
Anthony Holborne K06b - Pavan
Anthony Holborne K07 - Galliard to the pauen last before
Anthony Holborne K07b - Galliard Holborne
Anthony Holborne K07c - Galliard to the Lute Pavan No. 2
Anthony Holborne K08 - Sedet Sola
Anthony Holborne K09 - Cradle of Conceites
Anthony Holborne K09b - Cradle of Conceites
Anthony Holborne K10 - Bona Speranza
Anthony Holborne K11 - Decreui
Anthony Holborne K11b - Decrevi
Anthony Holborne K11b - Decrevi
Anthony Holborne K12 - Mr Holborns Last will and testament Anthony Holborne
Anthony Holborne K12b - Last Will and Testament
Anthony Holborne K12c - Last will and testament
Anthony Holborne K13b - Countess of Pembrook's Funerals
Anthony Holborne K13c - Countesse of Pembrooke funeralle
Anthony Holborne K14 - Pavan
Anthony Holborne K15b - Heres Paternus
Anthony Holborne K16 - Pavana del medesimo
Anthony Holborne K17 - Pavana Ploravit
Anthony Holborne K18b - Infernum
Anthony Holborne K19 - Cradle pavan
Anthony Holborne K20 - Countess of Pembrook's Paradise
Anthony Holborne K21b - Image of Melancholly
Anthony Holborne K22 - Patencia
Anthony Holborne K23 - Mens Innovata
Anthony Holborne K24 - Pavana
Anthony Holborne K25 - Posthuma
Anthony Holborne K26 - The Fairy Round
Anthony Holborne K27 - Responce
Anthony Holborne K28 - The New Year's Gift Anthony Holborne
Anthony Holborne K28b - The New Year's Gift
Anthony Holborne K29b - Mr. D. Bond's Galliard
Anthony Holborne K30 - Galliard
Anthony Holborne K30b - Galliard
Anthony Holborne K31 - Galiarde of Clarkes
Anthony Holborne K31b - A galliard. Mr Clarkes
Anthony Holborne K31c - Galiarde of Clarkes Anthony Holborne
Anthony Holborne K32 - Holburns farewell
Anthony Holborne K33 - Countess of Ormond's galliard
Anthony Holborne K35 - Mrs. Southcote's Galliard
Anthony Holborne K36b - Heigh Ho Holiday
Anthony Holborne K37 - Muy Linda
Anthony Holborne K38 - My Selfe
Anthony Holborne K39 - Galliard
Anthony Holborne K40 - Galliard
Anthony Holborne K41 - Without title
Anthony Holborne K42 - The Teares of the Muses
Anthony Holborne K43 - Heart's Ease
Anthony Holborne K44 - A:Holburne [the choyce]
Anthony Holborne K45 - The Night Watch
Anthony Holborne K46 - Allmaine
Anthony Holborne K47 - As it Fell on a Holly Eve
Anthony Holborne K48 - Mr Holbornes Playfellow
Anthony Holborne K48b - Playfellow No. 1 A Jigge
Anthony Holborne K48c - Playfelloe
Anthony Holborne K49 - play felloe A Holb.
Anthony Holborne K49 - Playfellow No. 2 (Wanton)
Anthony Holborne K50 - Tinternell Anthony Holborne
Anthony Holborne K51 - Walsingham
Anthony Holborne - Haselwoods Galliard Jo Dowland [sic]
Anthony Holborne - Haselwoods Galliard

The Spirit of Music.jtb

Tobias Hume
Tobias Hume

A Humorous Pavin.jtb

Captaine Humes
Captain Hume's Pavan
A humorous pavin
T. Hume Polish Villanell
T. Hume Polish Ayre I
T. Hume Polish ayr II
T. Hume Duke John of Poland his galliard

Selections from the M.L. lute book ca.1610-40, generally known as.jtb

J.Dowland: Mistress White's Choice
A Prelude
Allmayne per [by\ ] John Sturt - f.2v
The Lord Hay's Coranto
Volte - f.3r
An Almain - f.3r
Brettes Corante - f.3v
A Masking tune - f.3v
Allmayne by Robert Kindersley - f.4r
The wiches Daunce - f.4r
J.Johnson: A treable - ff.4v-5r
J.Johnson: The Queen's Dump (triple time parody, duet treble)
R.Allison: The Sharp Pavan (duet treble)
A Corant - f.6r
A treable - John Johnson ? - [f6v]
Leuecho Pauin - f.7r
The Cobler of Bordeaux - f.7v
Lord Souches Maske - ff.7v-8r
A Corant - f.8r
Smythes Allmayne - [f.8v.]
Almayne en me revenant (Board f.25 verso)
A pavin by Robert Johnson [f.9v]
Mall Simmes - ff.9v
The Fairis Daunce [f 10r]
The Passameasures Pauin - ff.10v-11r (Weston's Passymeasures Pavan)
A Corant - f.11r
John com Kisse mee Now - ff.11v-12r
The Battle galliard by mer Dowland - ff.12v-13r
R.Kindersley: Galliard [f.13r]
Mr Holborns Last will and testament [f. 13v-14r]
Tom of Bedlam - f.14r
J. Dowland: Fantasia - [ff.14v-15r]
A Gallyard upon the gallyard before (by Batchelard) - [ff.15v.-16r]
Corant - f17v [1]
A Volte - Mercure d'Orleans: f17v
Corant [la Durette] - f18v [2]
from Robert Johnson: Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 6, "A gallyard" transcribed from facsimile from Ad. Ms. 38539, British Museum, London, ff. 20v-21
from Robert Johnson: Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 8, "Allmayne" [Hit and take it] transcribed from facsimile from Ad. Ms. 38539, British Museum, London, f. 20v
A Prelude John Sturt f.22r
the Canaris - f26r
additional Johnson pieces from Seicento Edition, no. 24, Almayne, from ML Lute Book, f28
Grays in maske - f 30r
Johnson Pavan ML Lute Book f31v [note:the comma ornament sign is always netled between two notes in a passage. For convenience, I've always applied it to the second note of a pair. Also, please note that there are quite a few differences between this and the other version of the piece, besides the ornaments]
Alman XI - Robert Johnson (British Museum Ad. Ms. 38539 - ML LB)
Alman VII by Robert Johnson (British Museum Ad. Ms. 38539 - ML ) f.17r

Robert Johnson.jtb

Alman VII by Robert Johnson (British Museum Ad. Ms. 38539 - ML )
Alman (British Museum Ad. Ms. 38539 - ML LB)
Robert Johnson (Cambridge Dd. 4.22)
Fantasia R. Johnson (Herb. f16)
Pavan IV - Robert Johnson (Herb. f60v)
An Almaine, from Board Lute Book, f28r
The Fairie's Dance, from ML Lute Book, f10r
Complete Works, edited by Albert Sundermann (OUP 1970) Piece No. 13, "Alman R Johnson to the stump by FP" [To the stump] transcribed from facsimile from Ms. Mus. 532, last piece in MS for 15-course lute!
Seicento Edition, no. 20, The Princes Coranto, from Board Lute Book, f27
Seicento Edition, no. 21, The Witches Dance, from Board Lute Book, f26r There are 2 ornament signs, a plus sign before the tab letter, notated with "+", and a dot before the tab letter, notated "." This one has a question mark next to Johnson's name. Also, it's full of time signature changes,so I'll put them in in brackets and you can do what you like with them. There's no sig at the beginning. I've copied this out of Board, because the Seicento edition has mistakes and is unreliable. But let me know if you have questions, because there are about 6 other lute settings of the Witches Dance.
Seicento Edition, no. 23, The Gipsies Dance, from Board Lute Book, f38v-39r
Seicento Edition, no. 24, Almayne, from ML Lute Book, f28
Seicento Edition, no. 25, The Nobleman, from Add 38539, f19
Johnson Pavan ML Lute Book f9v
Johnson Pavan ML Lute Book f9v [note: the comma ornament sign is always nestled between two notes in a passage. For convenience, I've always applied it to the second note of a pair. Also, please note that there are quite a few differences between this and the other version of the piece, besides the ornaments]
Johnson Pavan ML Lute Book f31v [note:the comma ornament sign is always netled between two notes in a passage. For convenience, I've always applied it to the second note of a pair. Also, please note that there are quite a few differences between this and the other version of the piece, besides the ornaments]
Carmans whistle by Mr Johnsonne - Pickeringe, f.32v-33r

The Schoole of Musicke.jtb

by Thomas Robinson - Queen's Goodnight (Treble)
by Thomas Robinson - Queen's Goodnight (Ground)
by Thomas Robinson - Twenty ways upon the bells (Treble)
by Thomas Robinson - Twenty ways upon the bells (ground)
by Thomas Robinson - Row well, you mariners
by Thomas Robinson - A galliard
by Thomas Robinson - A galliard
by Thomas Robinson - A plaine song for two lutes (Lute 1)
by Thomas Robinson - A plaine song for two lutes (Lute 2)
by Thomas Robinson - Grisse his delight
by Thomas Robinson - Passemeze (Treble)
by Thomas Robinson - Passemeze (Ground)
by Thomas Robinson - Fantasie (Lute 1)
by Thomas Robinson - Fantasie (Lute 2)
by Thomas Robinson - A toy for 2 lutes (Lute 1)
by Thomas Robinson - A toy for 2 lutes (Lute 2)
by Thomas Robinson - A galliard
by Thomas Robinson - Merry melancholy
by Thomas Robinson - Robinson's riddle
by Thomas Robinson - Go from my window
by Thomas Robinson - A toy
by Thomas Robinson - Gigue
by Thomas Robinson - An almayne
by Thomas Robinson - An almayne
by Thomas Robinson - A toy
by Thomas Robinson - A toy
by Thomas Robinson - Robin is to the greenwood gone
by Thomas Robinson - A toy
by Thomas Robinson - The Queen's gigue
by Thomas Robinson - Ut re mi fa sol la nine sundry ways for 1 lute
by Thomas Robinson - My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home
by Thomas Robinson - Bell Vedere
by Thomas Robinson - Spanish pavan
by Thomas Robinson - A gigue
by Thomas Robinson - A Gigue
by Thomas Robinson - Walking in a country town
by Thomas Robinson - Bonny sweet boy
by Thomas Robinson - A gigue
by Thomas Robinson - Lantero
by Thomas Robinson - Three parts in one on an old ground
by Thomas Robinson - Sweet Jesu who shall lend me wings
by Thomas Robinson - A Psalm
by Thomas Robinson - O Lord of whom I do depend
by Thomas Robinson - O Lord that art my righteousness
by Thomas Robinson - Robinson's May (Cambridge U Dd 9.33)
by Thomas Robinson - Bonny Sweete Boy (Cambrige, Dd.2.11, f.66)

Variety of Lute Lessons.jtb

De Robert Dowland (1610) - Fantaisie by Diomedes of Venice
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Fantasie the KNIGHT of the luth
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Jacobus reiss
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Fantasie de Laurencini
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Fantaisie by Alfonso ferrabosco
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Fantaisie de Gregorio Huwet
De Robert Dowland (1610) - A Fantaisie from john Dowland
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavane du Prince Mauritius, Landgrave of Hessen
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavane de Anthonie Holborne.
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavane de Thomas Morley
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavane de Daniell Batchelar
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Sir John Langton's Pavan
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavana de Alofonso ferrabosco
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Pavane Robert Monson
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The King of Denmark's Galliard.
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth Her Galliard
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The Right Honourable Robert, Earl of Essex, His Galliard
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The Lady Rich's Gaillard.
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The Right Honorable the Lady Cliftons Spirit
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Sir Thomas monson his Galliard
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Monsieur Almaine de Daniel Batchelar
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Sir John Smith, His Almain
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Sir Henry Guilforde his Almaine
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The first of the Queenes Maskes
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The second of the Queenes Maskes
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The last of the Queenes Maskes
De Robert Dowland (1610) - The Witches dance in the Queenes Maskes
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Coranto de Ballard
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Coranto de John Perrichon
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Coranto 3
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Mounsier Saman his Coranto
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Mounsier Saman
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Coranto
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Coranto
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte1
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 3
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 2
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 4
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 5
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 6
De Robert Dowland (1610) - Volte 7