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Composer Book Page No. Type Key Psalms/
Notes:
Monk, Edwin George 17 708 613 S B♭ Te Deum Laudamus (1-10), Te Deum Laudamus (18-end)
Monk, Edwin George 95 48 178 S B♭ Venite
Monk, Edwin George 5 168 2 S C 15
Monk, Edwin George 7 149 159 S C 93
Monk, Edwin George 7 189 196 S C 118 (19-end)
Monk, Edwin George 8 8 37 S C Venite
Note:
Monk, Edwin George 8 12 59 S C 19 (1-6; Gloria)
Note:
Monk, Edwin George 8 20 108 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 8 36 201 S C Venite
Note:
Monk, Edwin George 8 64 367 S C Venite
Note:
Monk, Edwin George 10 37 15 S C 15
Monk, Edwin George 16 189 196 S C 87
Monk, Edwin George 17 722 651 S C Magnificat (Luke 1, 46-55)
Monk, Edwin George 18 43 28‑2 S C 28 (7-end)
Monk, Edwin George 23 66 196 S C
Monk, Edwin George 24 70 255 S C 8
Monk, Edwin George 28 19 57 S C 97, Jubilate
Note: the reference to Jubilate Deo (Psalm 100) is on page 8
Monk, Edwin George 28 98 265 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 28 111 299 S C 100
Monk, Edwin George 30 387 134 S C 113
Monk, Edwin George 34 295 5 S C Te Deum Laudamus (14-21; 29)
Monk, Edwin George 37 xv 86 S C Cantate Domino
Monk, Edwin George 37 21 19‑4 S C 19
Monk, Edwin George 37 52 44‑1 S C 44
Monk, Edwin George 37 163 V‑0‑2 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 45 69 249 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 45 126 443 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 45 176 642 S C 147
Monk, Edwin George 45 183 671 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 45 248 894 S C 93
Monk, Edwin George 55 11 6 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 55 136 168 S C 93
Monk, Edwin George 57 100 1 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 77 57 320 S C 96, 97
Monk, Edwin George 115 32 13 S C Venite
Note: Set B, b, D
Monk, Edwin George 115 66 13 S C Venite
Note:
Monk, Edwin George 115 84 13 S C Venite
Note: Set A, a; C, c
Monk, Edwin George 115 92 13 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 138 6 13 S C Venite
Monk, Edwin George 3 44 113 S D 95
Monk, Edwin George 4 xxii 2 S D Cantate Domino
Monk, Edwin George 4 12 1 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 4 114 1 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 4 138 1 S D Queen's Accession Hymn
Monk, Edwin George 5 xxiii 2 S D Cantate Domino
Monk, Edwin George 5 12 1 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 5 118 1 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 9 310 2 S D Venite
Monk, Edwin George 19 40 106 S D 119 (89-96; 97-104)
Monk, Edwin George 22 47 102 S D Jubilate
Monk, Edwin George 32 198 10 S D
Monk, Edwin George 39 122 517 S D
Monk, Edwin George 57 43 2 S D
Monk, Edwin George 64 xvii 2 S D Cantate Domino
Monk, Edwin George 64 10 37 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 64 80 327 S D 19
Monk, Edwin George 72 30 24‑a S D 24 (1-6; Gloria)
Monk, Edwin George 88 4 7 S D Venite
Note: Day 7, 14, 21, 28
Monk, Edwin George 94 265 1 S D
Monk, Edwin George 145 48 237 S D
Monk, Edwin George 153 8 33 S D 19 (7-end)
Monk, Edwin George 162 31 3 S D 76
Note: attributed to "Alcock", but in all other sources to Monk
Monk, Edwin George 27 5 19‑a S D♭ 19 (1-6)
Monk, Edwin George 29 60 135 S D♭ Venite
Monk, Edwin George 162 43 1 S D♭ Venite
Metcalfe, William 70 84 215‑M D C
Parr, Henry 97 243 202 D C
Woodward, Richard 1 27 71 D C Note: refer to note with no. 97-100 about attribution
Woodward, Richard 32 160 III‑2 D C 148, 149, 150
Note: refer to note with no. 97-100 about attribution
Woodward, Richard 57 J 2 D C Note: Obvious transcription error: first tenor note should read e''; attributed to Ebdon, but refer to note with no. 97-100 and the note by Richardson for 135-73 about attribution to Woodward.
Woodward, Richard 97 217 100 D C Note: Three other sources attribute to Ebdon; among them Bennett&Marshall, which is quoted often by Parr. However, for this chant Parr refers to Woodward's "Cathedral music ..&c" (no. 98) of much earlier date where it is indeed no. 5 (page 81) with minor differences.
Woodward, Richard 98 81 5 D C
Woodward, Richard 99 44 86 D C Note: attributed to Ebdon, but refer to note with no. 97-100 and the note by Richardson for 135-73 about attribution to Woodward.
Woodward, Richard 135 31 73 D C Note: Note by Richardson: This Chant, which has been for many years considered as Ebdon's, was published in the Year 1767, by Dr. Richard Woodward, in his Volume of Anthems and Chants, now in the posession of Mr. Corfe, of Salisbury.