See my typeset work here.
- Comparative madrigals! Multiple settings of the same text by madrigal composers of different periods.
- (2013-11-26) 400 pages of uploads!
- (2013-09-20) 350 separate pages of uploads
- (2013-08-10) 300 separate, distinct pages of stuff uploaded.
- (2013-05-23) 200 distinct pages of uploads
- (2013-04-24) 100 uploads total (most of the work done in past years)
Works in progress
After uploading great gobs of stuff the last 5 months, I still have stuff to do. Main things are:
- The 1577 bicinia publication by Lasso (50% uploaded--all the vocal pieces and one of the untexted)
- Canzonettes or Little Short Songs to three voyces by Thomas Morley (100% DONE! Just need to create cover pages)
- The First Book of Canzonets to two voyces by Thomas Morley (20% done)
- Il primo libro della musica a due voci (Gastoldi) (80% done, 60% uploaded)
- Il terzo libro de varie sonate di Salamon Rossi hebreo (40% uploaded)
- Canzoni per Sonare con ogni sorte di stromenti (Raverii) (40% uploaded--all 4 parts completed 2013-09-12)
- A special book, or books, of madrigal settings of from Orlando Furioso (about 18 pieces uploaded so far--see them in Category:Ariosto, Lodovico. Almost all the madrigals are my work.). I hope to make some clip art from the original 1535 edition to accompany the scores.
- Whatever else catches my fancy from day to day
Works partially typeset:
- Canti C (about 35% done, 15% uploaded)
- Canti B (about 30% done, 25% uploaded)
- Consort songs from the Dow partbooks (all the texted Byrd pieces done, 14 pieces uploaded)
- Playford's 1684 Division Violin (about 80% done)
- Canzone Villanesche alla Napolitana di Adriano Willaert (25% done)
Works 100% completed
- Madrigali a 4 voci, libro primo by Luca Marenzio (100% DONE! fancy cover edition uploaded)
- Canzoni da Sonare a quattro et otto voci di Floriano Canale (100 % DONE! with fancy cover, AND with clip art in the blank parts, from a 1535 source, after a friend helped me figure out the gimp! 2013-07-16)
- Libro primo de canzoni da sonare a quattro voci di Florentio Maschera (100% DONE! With fancy cover!)
- Opera nova de Balli by Francesco Bendusi (100% DONE! with a fancy cover sheet on each part!)
Errors I know exist, which I need to fix.
- got date (decade) wrong on Marenzio's il terzo libro de madrigali a 6
- Vincenzo Ruffo la gamba: source has a typo (Vapriccio)
- Ferrabosco Susanna Fayre: parts use complete-score include file
- Banchiera: Canzon sesta change spelling of title
- Gastoldi 1598 duos mistakenly list Venice as publication location rather than Milan
- Canti C 007 - tritone leap in bass (maybe 0005, but I think 007--came across it while playing in ensemble)
- Raverii: tenor parts of most pieces say "part 3 or 4" instead of "part 3 of 4"
- Morley 3 parts, #17, final note (F) in bassus is octave too high
- Fix colored parts away from 2/3 in C time to 2. 4
- Vaghi boschetti by de wert: correct syllable breakup of Cedri~et (have: Ced -- ri~et)
- Marenzio #11: fix spelling of upload file (filename has #10's name)
- Susanna Fayre by Ferrabosco doesn't credit Ferrabosco in the music. Also, need to modernize spelling.
- Tasso's name spelled in a5 wert pieces.
What is Hawthorne Music?
An in-joke, mostly. The person who introduced me to the viola da gamba later became my landlord. She lives on Hawthorne Street in Dallas, TX, in an up-stairs/downstairs duplex, and owns both. The downstairs apartment had a vacancy, and I moved in. Two other mutual friends referred to this arrangement as something like "The Hawthorne Early Music Center of Dallas". I adopted it has the publishing house for my music, which is roughly based on the look-and-feel of the late George Hunter's editions (well-known in the viol community) published under Northwood Music (now owned Charlie Ogle). None of mine have been physically published yet, but I have plans for the future...
Links to personal interests
I like to typeset music from original sources. For my convenience, these are links to the types of music I typically typeset.
These categories were almost entirely my creation and work. There were no reliable methods of navigating to actual manuscript and printed book scans before I added these. These have been added as a standard tag now.
Early 17c Violin repertoire
Taken from Willi Apel's table of contents. The links are for my convenience, though I haven't played violin in months now.
- Giovanni Gabrieli (ca.1557 — 12 August 1616)
- Lodovico da Viadana (ca.1560 — 2 May 1627)
- Salamone Rossi (19 August 1570 — ca.1630)
- Giovanni Andrea Cima (ca.1580 — after 1627)
- Giovanni Paolo Cima (ca.1570 — ca.1622)
- Adriano Banchieri (3 September 1568 — 1634)
- Giovanni Andrea Cima (ca.1580 — after 1627)
- Giovanni Battista Fontana (ca.1580 — ca.1630)
- Giovanni Picchi (fl.1600-1625)
- Biagio Marini (5 February 1594 — 20 March 1663)
- Tarquinio Merula (ca.1594 — 10 December 1665)
- Carlo Farina (ca.1604 — July 1639)
- Giovanni Battista Buonamente (1595 — 1642)
- Girolamo Frescobaldi (by September 1583 — 1 March 1643)
- Marco Uccellini (1603 — 11 September 1680)
- Maurizio Cazzati (March 1616 — 28 September 1678)
- Massimiliano Neri (ca.1621 — ca.1666)
- Andrea Falconieri (ca.1586 — 19 July 1656)
- Francesco Cavalli (14 February 1602 — 14 January 1676)
- Giovanni Legrenzi (12 August 1626 — 27 May 1690)
- Antonio Bertali (March 1605 — 17 April 1669)
- Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (fl.1660 — fl.1669)
- Pietro Andrea Ziani (21 December 1616 — 2 February 1684)
- Giovanni Battista Vitali (18 February 1632 — 12 October 1692)
- Alessandro Stradella (3 April 1639 — 25 February 1682)