The list below includes all pages in the category "Grounds". This includes individual works designated by their composers as a 'Ground' in a title or subtitle. The ground was a piece popular in the 16th and early 17th centuries; it had a short melody, usually in the bass, repeated continually with changing upper parts. See also Divisions.
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Pages in category "Grounds"
The following 56 pages are in this category, out of 56 total.
- A Galliard Ground, FVB 250 (Inglott, William)
- Greensleeves to a Ground (Anonymous)
- Greensleeves to a Ground (Balparda de Carvalho, Daniel)
- Ground after the Scotch Humour (Matteis, Nicola)
- Ground Circle (Barber, Charlie)
- Ground in C minor, ZD 221 (Purcell, Henry)
- Ground in C minor, ZT 681 (Purcell, Henry)
- A Ground in Gamut, Z.645 (Purcell, Henry)
- Ground Zero (St. Pierre, Anthony)
- A Ground (Boden, Andrew David)
- A Ground (Hart, Philip)
- A Ground, MB 40 (Tomkins, Thomas)
- Groundbass for Cello and Piano (Gerber, Edward Enrico)
- Groundbass (Gerber, Edward Enrico)
- A Grounde, FVB 130 (Tomkins, Thomas)