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Choir Pieces 61 to 80 – The Written Note

Choir Pieces 61 to 80

Choir Pieces 61 to 80

Part book Project

62 I have been a foster

This piece is by Robert Cooper Ca. 1474 to Ca. 1535-1540.  Noted as Doctor in the manuscript received his title from Cambridge in 1507.

In 6 Verses.

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

63 Farewell my joy

This piece is by Robert Cooper Ca. 1474 to Ca. 1535-1540.  Noted as Doctor in the manuscript received his title from Cambridge in 1507.

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

64 Without discord

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

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

65 I am a jolly foster

This piece is Anonymous

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

66 Though some saith

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

This piece has a section without words, I have chosen to use this as a small interlude with wind instruments for both the choir version and the brass version.

Choir and Wind Score        Soprano        Alto        Bass        Oboe        French Horn        Bassoon

67 Madame d’amours

This piece is Anonymous.

Choir Score        Soprano        Alto        Tenor        Bass

68 Adieu, adieu, le company

This piece is Anonymous. This piece is only partially worded.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass

74 Deem the best

This piece is by LLOYDFLOYD, or FLUD, JOHN (d. 1523)

This is another round.

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Soprano Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2          Soprano 3

75 Hey trolly lolly

This piece is by Anonymous. Another round.

Tenors Score        Tenor 1          Tenor 2          Tenor 3

Soprano and tenor Score        Soprano 1          Soprano 2          Tenor

79 Whoso that will for grace sue

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

Choir Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2       Bass

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