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Scope/Content: Manuscript copy of printed work, originally published in 1598. Published as: The first set of English madrigals to 3.4.5. and 6. voices: newly composed by Iohn Wilbye. At London : Printed by Thomas Este, 1598. Scope/Content: Early 18th century copy of John Wilby's first set of English madrigals, originally published in 1598. The copyist has included the dedication to Sir Charles Cavendish from the printed original as well as most of the title page text (though not the printer information). This is fair copy manuscript written throughout in a neat clean hand with no corrections or alterations. Condition: Bound in quarter leather with marbled boards; spine completely cracked and leaves loose; housed in modern mustard yellow cloth case.
Musical works Bookplates (Provenance)
 222,  pages, bound ;30 cm
ark:/21198/n1pg7d f MS.1951.034
Madrigals, English--Early works to 1800.
Armorial bookplate of James Fisher Esq. on front paste-down endpaper.