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Commentaries

Settings of the Preces and Responses... R48 (rev.)

ed. Shaw/Webber 
Supplementary material

1a. Editorial notes (1966) by Watkins Shaw from R48: Page One

1b. Editorial notes (1966) by Watkins Shaw from R48: Page Two

2. Editorial notes (2022) by Geoffrey Webber on the Preces & Responses by Tallis arranged for four voices, settings of The Lord's Prayer by Stone and Morley, and the alternative choral answers provided in item 3.

3. Alternative versions of the third Amen in Byrd's set and of part of the Preces by Smith.

4. Note on rhythmical versions of the Minister's part.

4a. Merbecke's Preces & Responses, 1550.

4b. Barnard's part for the Priest, 1641.

4c. Editorial Minister's part in rhythm for the Preces & Responses by Byrd.

4d. Editorial Minister's part in rhythm for the Preces & Responses by Morley.

4e. Editorial Minister's part in rhythm for the Preces & Responses by Smith.

4f. Editorial Minister's part in rhythm for the Preces & Responses by Tomkins.

4g. Editorial Minister's part in rhythm for the Preces & Responses by Tallis.

5a. Shaw's adaptation of the Preces by Byrd to fit the 1662 Prayerbook.

5b. Shaw's adaptation of the Preces by Morley to fit the 1662 Prayerbook.

5c. Shaw's adaptation of the Preces by Smith to fit the 1662 Prayerbook.

5d. Shaw's adaptation of the Preces by Tomkins to fit the 1662 Prayerbook.

6a. Adaptation of Smith's Preces & Responses for four parts by Richard Marlow: Page One.

6b. Adaptation of Smith's Preces & Responses for four parts by Richard Marlow: Page Two.

6c. Adaptation of Smith's Preces & Responses for four parts by Richard Marlow: Page Three.

6d. Adaptation of Smith's Preces & Responses for four parts by Richard Marlow: Page Four.

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