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The Loose Leaf Collection



Number33
StatusIncluded
Full TitleThe Loose Leaf Collection
Author(s)ed. Ton Meijer
PublisherN/A
Year of Publication2014
ISBN
Pointed text includedNo
Chants numbered continuouslyYes
Chants assigned to PsalmsYes
Formatpdf
Sourceseveral
Additional comments This is a collection of chants that were found on loose leafs in chant books and other places. They are included here if they have not (yet) been found in the Chant Books included. Note that for most chants no pointed tekst is provided and that not all chants in this collection are assigned to specific Psalms.


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Notes
1-1 D D Allbright, Terence    1   2  -7   0   7 138
Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter. Full choir throughout. Later another version (slightly different) was received from the composer himself, together with a simplified version and four other chants (nrs. 9-14 in this collection)
2-2 D A Marlow, Richard Kenneth    5   0  -1   1   5 91
Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter. After Fauré.
4-3 D A♭ How, Martin J. R.    0  -2  -7   5   4 128
Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter
5-4 D A Berry, Alexander    4  -2   5   0   0 114
Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter Chant written under the pseudonym Semolina Greenridge-Rumpion
6-5 D C Griffith-Griffiths, Jonas P.    3   2   3  -1   3 119(161-168), 119(169-176)
Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter
7-6 D c James, Donald    5  -2   5  -7  -1 Note: Pasted in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter
8-7 D D♭ Lloyd, Richard Hey    3   7  -2  -7   4 111
Note: Chant contributed by Neville Richards, based on an original copy from the composer.
9-8-1 Q F Oakeley, Herbert Stanley   -2  -2   5  -1   0 84(1-9; Gloria)
Note: The second half of the chant to be used for the Gloria. For verses 10-13 see the Triple chant arrangement (nr. 8-2)
10-8-2 T F Oakeley, Herbert Stanley   -2  -2   5  -1   0 84(10-13)
Note: Arrangement by Ton Meijer. Based upon Oakeley's Quadruple chant. This chant was used for the Dutch translation of Psalm 84, as found in book nr. 11. The last three verses did not fit the Quadruple chant, therefor this triple chant arrangement was made (using the first quarter of part three and the last quarter of part 4)
11-9-1 D D Allbright, Terence    1   2  -7   0   7 Note: Found in the back of (borrowed copy of) The Coverdale Psalter. Full choir throughout. Later this original version was received from the composer himself, together with a simplified form and four other chants (nrs. 9 - 14 in this collection)
11-10-1a D D Allbright, Terence    1   2  -7   0   7 Note: Simplified version of chant nr. 1. Received from the composer through private e-mail.
11-11-2 D A Allbright, Terence   -4  -3   2   3  -3 Note: Received from the composer through private e-mail.
11-12-3 D F# Allbright, Terence    0   0   7  -5   5 Note: Received from the composer through private e-mail.
11-13-4 D f Allbright, Terence    2  10  -5   0   3 Note: Received from the composer through private e-mail. The doxoloy should start with a major third (tenor A for A-flat)
11-14-5 D G Allbright, Terence   -2  -7   4  -2   3 Note: Received from the composer through private e-mail.
12-15 D G Wills, Arthur    2   1   5  -1  -2 84
Note: One single sheet with two chants by Arthur Wills. Received (for free) from Fagus Music Publishing, together with the "Twenty Anglican Chants" by John Barnard.
12-16 D E♭ Wills, Arthur    2  -7   5  -7   2 121
13-17 D G Knight, Gerald Hocken    2   3   2   2  -2 Note: Handwritten copy pasted in the back of (my copy of) The New Cathedral Psalter Chants. Slightly different harmonisation from the one in "Chants old and new"
14-18 S G Anonymous   -1   1   2   2   1 Te Deum Laudamus(1-4; 18-end)
Note: Loose leaf found in Jason Smart's copy of "The Handbook of One Hundred Chants" (Martin). It is a set of four single chants for the Te Deum (actually three, nos. 1 and 4 are the same).
14-19 S G Anonymous    2   2   2   1   0 Te Deum Laudamus(5-9)
14-20 S G Anonymous   -2  -2   5  -1  -2 Te Deum Laudamus(10-17)
15-21 D E♭ Sartin, Paul Jonathan   -2   7  -5   0  -7 Note: Received through e-mail from composer
15-22-1 D f Sartin, Paul Jonathan    0   2   0  -2   5 Note: STB voices. No. 22-2 to be used for the Gloria
15-22-2 D f Sartin, Paul Jonathan    0   2   0  -2   5 Note: For the Gloria, with no. 22-1
15-23 D c Sartin, Paul Jonathan    5   2   1   0  -1 Note: For SSAATTBB
16-24 D b♭ Walker, Frikki    8  -3  -5   3   0 Note: Received from composer via email
16-25 D E Walker, Frikki    3  -2  -1   5   0
16-26 T E Walker, Frikki    4  -2  -7   2   5
17-27 D e Wesley, Samuel Sebastian   -2  -2   5  -1  -2 94
Note: Transcription of the chant sung by King's College (YouTube) which is not (yet) found in other chantbooks in this index. Melody only
18-28 D E♭ Bairstow, Edward Cuthbert    1   2   2   0   2 85
Note: Private communication from a chorister who sang this chant under a pupil of Bairstow. This is assumed to be the original version and key. It is also assumed to be the original pairing with Psalm 85 for which Bairstow composed it (including Bairstow's pointing).
19-29 D C Goodenough, Robert Philip   -5  -3  -4  16  -2 150
Note: Descant: alto 1 octave up


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