Choice Psalmes Put into Musick (Lawes, Henry)
|This is a work of joint authorship by Henry and William Lawes, with contributions from other composers|
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London: James Young for Humphrey Moseley, 1648.
Contains compositions by the brothers Henry and William Lawes; also includes several elegies/odes on the death of William Lawes, by John Jenkins, John Hilton, Simon Ives, Edmund Foster, John Cobb, John Taylor, and John Wilson.
The 9 Canons by William Lawes, for 3 and 4 voices, appear at the end of the continuo part.
|Work Title||Choice Psalmes Put into Musick|
|Alternative Title||Choice psalmes put into musick, for three voices. The most of which may properly be sung by any three, with a Thorough Base. Composed by Henry and William Lawes, Brothers, and Servants to His Majestie. With diuers Elegies, set in musick by sev'rall friends, upon the death of William Lawes. At the end of the Thorough Base are added 9 Canons of 3 and 4 voices, made by William Lawes.|