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|Work Title||Pavan of Six Parts|
|Key||G Mixolydian mode|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Renaissance|
|Instrumentation||Treble, Treble, Tenor, Tenor, Bass, Bass Viols|
The name 'Thomas Leetherland' appears on the only known manuscript of this work, and so is attributed to him. However, because nothing else is known about him, and due to the quality of the work, it seems likely that his name appears as a dedication.
This work shares the same page in the British Library manuscript as the Fantasia of Six Parts by Thomas Weelkes, so it may be that he is also the composer of this Pavan.