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Author: Holborne, Anthony, d. 1602.
Title: The cittharn schoole, by Antony Holborne gentleman, and seruant to her most excellent Maiestie. Hereunto are added sixe short aers Neopolitan like to three voyces, without the instrument: done by his brother William Holborne.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The cittharn schoole, by Antony Holborne gentleman, and seruant to her most excellent Maiestie. Hereunto are added sixe short aers Neopolitan like to three voyces, without the instrument: done by his brother William Holborne.
Holborne, Anthony, d. 1602., Holborne, William.

At London: Printed by Peter Short, dwelling on Breadstreet hill at the signe of the Starre, 1597.
Notes:
Signatures: [A]4 B-R4.
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Cithern music -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03441.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONO∣RABLE, NOBLE, AND MOST WORTHY LORD, THOMAS LORD BVRGH, BARON GAINS BVRGHE, LORD GOVERNOVR FOR HER MAIESTY OF HER TOWNE OF BREILL, AND THE FORTS OF CLAYBVRGH AND MEWENNOORT IN THE COVNTIE OF HOLLAND IN THE LOWE COVNTRYES, KNIGHT OF THE MOST HONORABLE ORDER OF THE GARTIER, LORD DEPVTY AND GOVER∣NOR GENERALL FOR HER MAIESTY OF HER REALME OF IRELAND.
To the proficient Scholler or louer of the Cittharn.
musical text
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Cantus.
Tenor.
Bassus.
Hereafter do follovv Sixe short Aers or Canzonets to three voyces, being the first fruites of Composition, doone by his brother William Holborne.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS.
CANTVS.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS:
CANTVS.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS.
CANTVS.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS.
CANTVS.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS.
CANTVS.
canzonet
ALTVS.
BASSVS.
CANTVS.
colophon