TUMS Busking Book

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A compendium of 26 madrigals, motets, songs, rounds, and canons, as sung by members of the Tasmania University Musical Society, usually for busking at the Salamanca Markets, Hobart. First edition, version 1, published 15 January 2006; minor revisions on 17 January, 7 February, and 8 April 2006. Version 1.01, published 1 January 2008, with substantial revisions to El Grillo.

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  • (Posted 2006-01-15)  CPDL #10760:      (Sibelius 3).
Editor: Philip Legge (submitted 2006-01-15).   Score information: A4, 56 pages, 644 kB   Copyright: Personal *
Edition notes: Some individual pieces are available completely separate, others are printed on the same set of adjacent pages. 1st edition ("Version 1") published 15 January 2006. * Round on a well-known text is copyright David Ellyard, published with permission.

General Information

Title: The TUMS Busking Book
First Publication date and place: 2006 online.

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Introduction and table of contents2, 3
Come again!John Dowland4
PastymeHenry VIII6
LaudateChristopher Tye8
Come, ye Sons of ArtHenry Purcell10
Non nobis, DomineAnonymous11
Non nobis, DominePhilip Legge11
Fine knacksJohn Dowland12
Dona nobis pacemAnonymous14
Pase el agoaAnonymous15
Weep O mine eyesJohn Bennet16
Alle, psalliteAnonymous18
Drink to me onlyTraditional19
Gaudeamus igiturAnonymous21
Now is the month of maying  Thomas Morley22
GreensleevesHenry VIII24
Round on a well-known textDavid Ellyard25
El GrilloJosquin des Prez26
Il est bel et bonPierre Passereau28
If music be the food of loveHenry Purcell34
Since firstThomas Ford36
Old Mother HubbardAlfred Wheeler38
All at once well metThomas Weelkes44
Fa una canzonaOrazio Vecchi48
Lo, how a roseMelchior Vulpius49
Your shining eyesThomas Bateson50
Faire PhyllisJohn Farmer52
Indices of titles and composers55, 56