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Choir Pieces 41 to 60 – The Written Note

Choir Pieces 41 to 60

Choir Pieces 41 to 60

Part book Project

41 You and I and Amyas

This piece is by William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled Cornyshe or Cornish) (1465 – October 1523)

Here are the Verses.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

42 Ough warder mount

This piece is anonymous.

Here are the Verses.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

43 La season

This piece is by Loyset Compère (c. 1445 – 16 August 1518)

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

45 Gentil prince de renom

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Here is Verse 2.  There is a part without words, probably a tenor, I have given this to a French horn, though it probably would have been a recorder?

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        French Horn        Bass

46 Si fortune

This piece is by Anonymous.

Choir Score        Soprano        Tenor        Bass

47 Whereto should I express

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

I have set all the verses within the score.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

49 Ah Robin, gentle Robin

This piece is by William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled Cornyshe or Cornish) (1465 – October 1523)

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

50 Whiles life or breath

This piece is by William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled Cornyshe or Cornish) (1465 – October 1523)

Here are the Versesthough some research will be necessary to find a suitable tune for them look at 33, 35 etc.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

51 Though that men do call

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Here are the Verses.

Choir Score        Soprano        Tenor        Bass

56 Departure is my chief pain

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

One of the parts appears to be a continuo with word departure attached but not put on as lyrics.  So I have set the round a couple of times adding the departure as a bassoon part in the second half.

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3        Bassoon

Mezzo Sop. Score        soprano 1        soprano 2        soprano 3        Bassoon

57 It is to me a right great joy

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2       Tenor 3

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