This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For most arrangements and editions, see|
the separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below.
|First Publication||1613 - London: William Hole|
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|Work Title||Primo Musiche Nuove|
|Alternative. Title||à una, due, et tre Voci, per Cantare con la Tiorba, et altri Strumenti, Nuovamente poste in luce. Con privilegio.|
|First Publication.||1613 - London: William Hole|
|Language||Italian, English, Latin|
|Dedication||Count Somerset, Viscount Rochester|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Renaissance|
Some of the pieces have a clear continuo line with no words, and others have 2 or 3 lines, all with words. This makes it seem as if it would be a cappella, though from the title page, it seems all of othem were intended to be accompanied.