Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Soprano and Lute (Höger)
||Intabulation in french Lute-tabulature for Soprano and g-Lute. If performed I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts.
For 2 Guitars (Grayson)
For Guitar solo (Grayson)
||If Ye Love Me
||If Ye Love Me Keep My Commandments
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||1560 in Certaine notes set forthe in foure and three partes
||New Testament (John 14:15-21)
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||4 voices (AATB) (organ ad. lib.)
||Mss part, ca.1660-70 by Toby Brookinge. GB-DRc, MS C11
This is Tallis' most famous anthem.
- Printed in Day's Certaine notes set forthe in foure and three partes (1560). Many copies are in C major, with manuscript-copy parts (as is not rare) scattered over various locations (though one or two locations have in this case a complete set of choral parts.) Not described as a motet or anthem, though in the Madrigal Society collection. Note: Attributed to Boyce in one source, to Tallis in some others. (It is described as an anthem in Cole's "Thomas Tallis and His Music in Victorian England".)