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ID   Composer Book Page No. Type Key Psalms/Notes:
23773   Anonymous (i.e. not specified) 119 90 21 D A
16854   Bertalot, John [Martin, George Clement] 81 64 1‑b D A 147(Gloria)
Note: Same as no. 1a, with last quarter descant by John Bertalot
7872   Martin, George Clement 36 58 149 D A
16853   Martin, George Clement 81 64 1‑a D A Note: Original double chant by Martin, used by John Bertalot to form a Quadruple (no. 1c). Included in the index for completeness.
19189   Martin, George Clement 68 15 15 D A 37(12-22; 29-39)
21207   Martin, George Clement 94 143 2 D A
1036   Martin, George Clement 8 61 343 D A♭ 129
2042   Martin, George Clement 52 44 41 D A♭ 32
5480   Martin, George Clement 23 32 95 D A♭
8133   Martin, George Clement 49 13 48 D A♭ Magnificat (Luke 1, 46-55)
8320   Martin, George Clement 49 68 234 D A♭ 119(137-144)
11145   Martin, George Clement 55 11 8 D A♭ Venite
11351   Martin, George Clement 55 177 213 D A♭ 119(145-152)
15585   Martin, George Clement 77 106 590 D A♭ 119(41-48; Gloria), 119(49-56; Gloria)
17643   Martin, George Clement 83 35 25‑1 D A♭ 25(1-10)
17686   Martin, George Clement 83 72 45‑2 D A♭ 45(9-18; Gloria)
17828   Martin, George Clement 83 204 119‑1 D A♭ 119(1-8)
17877   Martin, George Clement 83 246 139‑2 D A♭ 139(6-18)
20713   Martin, George Clement 34 662 1 D A♭ 23
Note: Posted 2017-08-16
21206   Martin, George Clement 94 143 1 D A♭
20902   Bottomley, J. 34 775 2 D G
22191   Vann, William Stanley 94 777 1 D G
16855   Bertalot, John [Martin, George Clement] 81 64 1‑c Q A 147(All, except Gloria)
Note: Quadruple chant, based on a double chant by G.C. Martin (no.1a). The second part of the quadruple is an adaptation by John Bertalot of the original chant, with the original melody in the tenor. Vss. 11 and 20 sung to the last part.
16588   Bertalot, John [Martin, George Clement] 81 7 1 Q A♭ 18(1-19)
Note: Quadruple chant, based on a double chant by G.C. Martin. The second part of the quadruple is an adaptation by John Bertalot of the original chant, with the original melody moved to other parts.