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Overview of all references of chants with fingerprint
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Composer Book Page No. Type Key Psalms/
Notes:
Marlow, Richard Kenneth (Byrd, William) 82 4 31 S A Note: after Byrd: Christe, qui lux es et dies
Richardson, Alfred Madeley 56 172 1 S D 78 (53-56)
Anonymous (Gregorian) 45 101 355 S d 88
Note:
Anonymous (Gregorian) 45 222 801 S d 88
Note:
Mercer, Edward G. 47 69 2 S d 88
Richardson, Alfred Madeley 56 171 1 S E 78 (38-44)
Note: verses 45-52 monotone
Anonymous (Gregorian) 30 436 231 S e 51, 86, 88, 114, 115, 143
Note: For the purpose of indexing the fingerprint, the (optional) intonation is left out; it is sung with the first verse only.
Anonymous (Gregorian) 97 250 226 S e
Hurd, David (Gregorian) 16 256 267 S e 114
Note: unison, after Tonus Peregrinus
Hurd, David (Gregorian) 20 * S-‑50 S e Easter Anthems
Mercer, Edward G. (Gregorian) 47 x 2‑1 S e Benedictus (Luke 1, 67-79) (1-8)
Note:
Mercer, Edward G. (Gregorian) 47 xvi 8 S e Nunc Dimittis (Luke 2, 29-32)
Mercer, Edward G. (Gregorian) 47 22 2 S e 32
Mercer, Edward G. 47 48 2 S e 65
Mercer, Edward G. 47 66 2 S e 82, 83
Mercer, Edward G. (Gregorian) 57 41 3 S e Note:
Sturges, R. H. 67 30 212 S F 44, 46
Note: Set I
Blackburn, John 111 20 63 D A 31 (16-end)
Ross, Roger R. 29 11 23 D E♭ 22
Ross, Roger R. 29 11 23‑A D E♭ 22
Note: 23A: Same chant as preceding (nr. 23) with varied harmonics
Ridehalgh, James Hartley 34 314 2 D F
Marlow, Richard Kenneth (Byrd, William) 82 19 106 D f# Note: (5 part) after Byrd: Christe, qui lux es et dies
Kilburn, H. W. 67 15 104 D G Cantate Domino
Kilburn, H. W. 67 35 245 D G 65
Note: Set II


Last updated/corrected 10-11-2018