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Index of chants and/or other music written by this composer that other composers have arranged for their own chant.
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      -3   1   2   0   2 G g' 1493‑1‑aWinter, Christiaanafter the Hypomixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 93
      -2   2   2   1   2 g g' 14110‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoaeolian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 110
      -1   1   2   2  -7 A a' 580‑7Nares, JamesIn Parish Psalter assigned to J. Nares
      -1   1   2   2  -7 B♭ b'♭ 580‑10Nares, JamesIn Parish Psalter assigned to J. Nares
       0  -1  -2   3   2 G g' 14134‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 134
       0   0   2   0  -2 E b' 229‑56Travers, John*
       0   2  -2  -1   1 g g' 34677‑1Attride, TimPosted 2017-10-05;
based on the hymn 'O filii et filiae'; 1st part of Gloria unison (no. 2)
       0   2   1  -8   2 c c" 222‑41King, Charles*
       1   2  -7   4  -2 G b' 344‑2Wolf, Martintranscription from memory by Martin Wolf. No. 8 should be used for the Gloria, to end in Gmajor.
       1   2  -7   4  -2 G b' 344‑3Wolf, Martintranscription from memory by Martin Wolf. Version of no. 7, Gloria only for Gmajor ending.
       2  -4   5  -1  -4 g g' 14131‑1Winter, Christiaanafter the Phrygian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 131
       2  -4   5  -1  -4 g g' 14142‑1Anonymousafter the Phrygian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 142
       3  -2  -3   3  -1 A c"# 2468‑246Brown, Arthur HenryFounded on the Grand Chant (melody In Bass)
       4   1   2  -2  -1 A a' 2468‑245Brown, Arthur HenryFounded on the Grand Chant (melody In Treble-2)
       5  -5   8  -3   5 G♭ b'♭ 2713‑57‑iiWulstan, DavidArrangement by David Wulstan of the preceding chant with organo obligato
       5  -2   5   2  -2 e e' 1461‑1Anonymousafter the Hypodorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 61
   ===== Double chants =====
      -8   2   1   0   7 C c" 4630‑2Crotch, WilliamNo other instances known (yet), but very similar to no. 1 which is definitely by Crotch
      -4   2   2   3  -3 C a' 1412‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 12
      -3  -2   5   0   2 G g' 1498‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 98
      -3   1   2   0  -3 B♭ c" 1474‑1Anonymousafter the Mixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 74
      -3   1   2   0  -3 B♭ c" 14116‑1Anonymousafter the Mixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 116
      -3   5  -2   0   2 B♭ f' 1487‑1Anonymousafter the Mixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 87
      -2   2   2   1  -1 F g' 1477‑1Anonymousafter the Hypodorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 77
      -2   2   2   1  -1 F g' 1486‑1Anonymousafter the Hypodorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 86
       0  -4   2   2  -2 f c" 279‑41‑bWulstan, DavidAlternative setting (by D.W.) for the previous chant Second half to be used for vs. 13
       0  -2   5   0   4 g g' 1485‑1Winter, ChristiaanAfter: Anonymous - Coleshill
       0  -1  -2  -2   5 F f' 14122‑1Winter, ChristiaanAfter: Anonymus - Zalige ure (Blissful hour)
       0   0  -7   2   3 C d" 1414‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 14
       0   0  -7   2   3 C d" 1453‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 53
       0   0  -7   7   1 e b' 1465‑1Anonymousafter the Aeolian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 65
       0   0  -7   7   1 e b' 1472‑1Anonymousafter the Aeolian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 72
       0   0  -2   0   2 e e' 146‑1Anonymousafter the Aeolian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 6
       0   2   2   0   1 G g' 14140‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 140
       1   0  -1  -7   1 C b' 14102‑1Anonymousafter the Phrygian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 102
       1   0  -1  -4   2 G b' 14146‑1Anonymousafter the Hypodorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 146
       2  -2  -3   3  -2 F c" 14137‑1Winter, ChristiaanAfter: Anonymus - An Wasserflüssen Babylon
       2  -2   5   4  -2 B♭ f' 14121‑1Anonymousafter the Hypomixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 121
       2   2  -4  -3   1 D a' 14113‑1Anonymousafter the Hypomixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 113
       2   2   1   0  -1 D a' 1481‑1Anonymousafter the Ionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 81
       2   3  -1   1  -3 D a' 1497‑1Anonymousafter the Ionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 97
       3   2   2   5  -2 C d' 148‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 8
       3   4   5   3  -3 b b 34118‑1Taylor, Peter C. W.Posted 2012-08-14
First quarter unison. Harmony other quarters by Peter Taylor
       3   4   5   3  -3 b b 34118‑2Taylor, Peter C. W.Same as no. 162, first quarter harmony by Peter Taylor
       4  -4   2   5  -7 A a' 2468‑247Brown, Arthur HenryFounded on the Grand Chant (melody In Tenor in both halves)
       5   4  -2   0   2 G d' 14101‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 101
       7  -4   2   0   2 D e' 1424‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 24
       7  -4   2   0   2 D e' 1462‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 62
       7  -4   2   0   2 D e' 1495‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 95
       7  -4   2   0   2 D e' 14111‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 111
       7   0   3  -1  -2 C d' 1433‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 33
       7   0   3  -1  -2 C d' 1467‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 67
       7   2   1   0   2 C d' 145‑1Anonymousafter the melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 5
       7   2   1   0   2 C d' 1464‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 64
   ===== Triple chants =====
      -3  -2   5   0   2 G g' 1466‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 66
      -3  -2   5   0   2 G g' 14118‑1Anonymousafter the Hypoionianmelody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 118
      -2  -2   7  -3  -2 A♭ c" 2722‑96Wulstan, DavidArr. David Wulstan Third and fourth quarter omitted for Gloria Ps. 96 vs 13 and Ps. 98 vs 14 start at the fifth quarter (third part) of the chant.
   ===== Quadruple chants =====
      -3   5  -2   0   5 e g' 1422‑1Anonymousafter the Aeolian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 22
       0   5  -2  -3   3 C a' 1478‑1Anonymousafter the Dorian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 78
       4   1   2   5  -1 D d' 14105‑1Anonymousafter the Ionian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 105
   ===== Quintuple chants =====
       2   2   1  -1  -2 F f' 2729‑132‑iWulstan, DavidArranged by David Wulstan. Based on a Geneva psalmmelody (Psalm 124). Vs. 13 starts at third part with specific pointing. Gloria starts at 4th part and has seperate ending (from the original version). This is included as a separate chant (132-ii).
   ===== Irregular chants =====
      -3   1   2   5  -3 C g' 1493‑1‑aAnonymousafter the Hypomixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 93
       0  -2  -1  -2   2 F c" 2729‑132‑iiWulstan, DavidArranged by David Wulstan. Gloria starts at 4th part of the original Quintuple chant (preceding number) and has seperate ending. Therefore included as a separate chant.
       1   2  -3  -5   0 f c" 2727‑125‑iWulstan, DavidArranged by David Wulstan With flex: bar 4 to be omitted for vs. 5 (no. 125-ii). Alternative ending for Gloria (no. 126)
       1   2  -3  -5   1 f c" 2727‑125Wulstan, DavidArranged by David Wulstan Alternative ending of previous chant for Gloria (last two bars)
       1   2  -3  -5   1 f c" 2727‑125‑iiWulstan, DavidArranged by David Wulstan
       2  -4   5   0   2 g g' 14100‑1Anonymousafter the Phrygian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 100
       5   2   2   3  -7 G d' 14136‑1Anonymousafter the Mixolydian melody of the Geneva Psalter, Psalm 136; 3-3-3-3 structure


Last updated/corrected 19-10-2018