Music History during the Renaissance Period, 1520-1550: A Documented Chronology

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Index of Works
Agnus Dei, Redford, 466
Antiphonale (Plainsong), 297
Antiphon, see Processional; Ritual; Votive
A Plaine andEasie Introduction, Morely, 308
A Preface for All Good Hymnals, Luther, 274
Ars ludendi, Buchner, 475, 476
Ars transferendi, Buchner, 475
Arte prattica di contrappunto, Paolucci, 194
Assumpta est Maria, 481
Ave nobilissima creatura, Josquin, 161, 162
Ayn new kunstlich Buech, Grammateus, 152
Beatus Laurentius, Preston, 469
Benedicam Domino, Johnson, 441
Book of Common Prayer, The, (1549), 303, 306, 357, 361; __(1552), 306
Book oiPsaumes, Certon, 288
Booke of common praier noted, Merbecke, 301, 305–306
Breve introduttione di musica misurata, DelLago, 128, 180, 181
Breviary (Lessons, antiphons, responds, etc.), 297
Biichlein von den Proportionibus, Agricola, 130
Canzoni francese a due voci…buone da Cantore et sonore, Gardane, 505
Cathedral Music, Boyce, 361
Certaine Notes, Day, 359
In trouble and adversity, Causton, 359
O give thanks unti the Lord, Causton 359
Chanson
Paris School
Allez souspirs, Sermisy, 374
Contentez vous, amy, de la pensee, Certon, 376
En reveillant, Regnault, Sandrin, 376
Frere Thibault, sejourné gros et gras, Certon, 375
Il est bel et bon, Passereau, 372
Je n 'ay point plus d'qffection, Sermisy, 371
La Chasse, Janequin, 374
Languir mefais sans I 'avoir offense, Certon, 376
Laspovre coeur, Janequin, 374
Le Chant des Oiseaux, Janequin, 374
Les cris de Paris, Janequin, 372
Pour ungplaisir, Sermisy, 375
Résveillies vous, Janequin, 417
Reveillez vous, Sandrin, 376
Sy mon travail vouspeult donner plaisir, Regnault, Sandrin, 376
Tantque vivrai, Sermisy, 375
Vivre ne puis content sans ma maistresse, Certon, 376
in the theater
Content desir, Sermisy 384
Doulce memoire, Sandrin, 384
II estroit une fillette, Janequin, 384
Laissez moy planter le may, Bou

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