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Overview of all references of chants with fingerprint
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Composer Book Page No. Type Key Psalms/
Notes:
Gray, Anthony 34 544 1 D c 109
Note: Posted 2016-06-01
Armes, Philip 22 91 336 D D 69 (1-30)
Armes, Philip 29 16 39 D D 35
Armes, Philip 39 31 147 D D 35 (1-10; 19-28; Gloria)
Armes, Philip 77 71 408 D D 130 (7-end; Gloria), 141
Armes, Philip 81 14 2‑a D D 35 (1-10; 19-26; Gloria)
Armes, Philip 8 18 102 D D♭ 35
Armes, Philip 8 54 306 D D♭ 119 (57-64)
Armes, Philip 9 249 1 D D♭ 119 (89-96)
Armes, Philip 10 71 35 D D♭ 35
Armes, Philip 51 79 262 D D♭ 143
Armes, Philip 51 87 292 D D♭ 143
Armes, Philip 81 16 3‑a D D♭ 39
Note: Part of a quadruple (3b) constructed by John Bertalot on the basis of this double chant
Armes, Philip 81 62 3 D D♭ 143
Perrin, Ronald Edward 74 * 45 D e
Perrin, Ronald Edward 94 836 1 D e♭ 74
Note: Ripon MS 1970s
Gauntlett, Henry John 13 150 417 D F
Gauntlett, Henry John 13 197 503‑2 D F Benedicite, omnia opera (Gloria)
Note: To be used with 503-1
Trembath, Henry Gough 79 37 163 D F
Walmisley, Thomas Attwood 94 318 1 D F
Walmisley, Thomas Attwood 111 23 80 D F 37 (1-20)
Wesley, Samuel 39 139 593 D F
Wesley, Samuel 67 15 105 D F Cantate Domino
Wesley, Samuel 67 33 233 D F 57
Note: Set II
Wesley, Samuel 67 64 432 D F 57
Note: Easter Day
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 1 78 169 D F
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 8 14 75 D F 25
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 10 54 25 D F 25
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 25 141 60 D F 132, 133, 134, 135
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 29 42 99 D F 90
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 50 53 181 D F 79
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 51 20 80 D F 5
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 55 170 203 D F 119 (65-72)
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 77 134 779 D F
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 95 21 64 D F Magnificat (Luke 1, 46-55)
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 95 34 126 D F 17
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian 111 34 138 D F 70
Bertalot, John (Armes, Philip) 81 16 3‑b Q D♭ 39
Note: Quadruple constructed by John Bertalot on the basis of a double chant by Philip Armes (no. 3a); treble line of 3a in the second half moved to alto/tenor


Last updated/corrected 12-11-2018