London: for Mrs. Dor[othy]. Evans, sold by G. Lowe, n.d..
includes some handwritten leaves.
London: G. Lowe, n.d.(ca.1613-1616).
[London]: John Clarke, 1651.
[London]: John Clarke, 1655.
|Alternative Title||Parthenia or The Maydenhead of the first musicke that euer was printed for the Virginalls. Composed by three famous Masters: William Byrd, Dr. John Bull & Orlando Gibbons, Gentilmen of his Maties. most Illustrious Chappell.|
|Movements/Sections||Works by: William Byrd, John Bull and Orlando Gibbons|
|Dedication||The High, Mighty and Magnificent Princes, Frederick Elector of Palatine of the Reine and his betrothed lady Elizabeth the only daughter of my Lord the King|
A more recent critical version was transcribed and edited by Thurston Dart and published in 1960 with a second edition in 1962 by Stainer & Bell (Plate S.& B. 5475). Although Thurston Dart refers to Dr Rimbault as the former owner of the single copy known to exist of this work, he nowhere refers to Rimbault's edition. Instead he states he has based his edition on the third of the "Harrow Replicas" (Chiswick Press, London : 1942) together with the collation of later copies. Yet his edition little differs from Rimbault's apart from the addition of ornaments, which are entirely lacking in the latter's.