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Thomas Mace
Musick's Monument, London, 1676
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Mace has 109 entries


List of sources with concordances to Mace
(2 pieces have 22 concordances)
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Internal conc. = 2
D-B4230 = 2
F-Pcnrs = 1
F-Pn823 = 2
F-Pn1110 = 2
F-PnRsVmf51 #1 = 2
GB-Balcarres = 2
GB-En9452 = 1
GB-EnDep314 = 1
GB-LbmBotnia = 2
GB-LbmSloane = 2
GB-ObE411 = 1
RF-SPanON124 = 2
According to the amount of concordances
Internal conc. = 2
D-B4230 = 2
F-Pn823 = 2
F-Pn1110 = 2
F-PnRsVmf51 #1 = 2
GB-Balcarres = 2
GB-LbmBotnia = 2
GB-LbmSloane = 2
RF-SPanON124 = 2
F-Pcnrs = 1
GB-En9452 = 1
GB-EnDep314 = 1
GB-ObE411 = 1

1 1st lesson - Preludium for the Hand in C-fa-ut-Key (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 88
2 The 2d. Praelude, in D-sol-re (Thomas Mace)
c minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 91
3 The Third Praelude, in E-la-mi (Thomas Mace)
d minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 93
4 The 4th Praelude for Fingering, in E-la-mi-Key (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 94
5 The 5th Praelude for Fingering, in Gam-ut-Key (Thomas Mace)
F Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 95
6 The Sixth Praelude in A-re-Key, for the Fingering (Thomas Mace)
g minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 97
7 The 7th Praelude, for Fingering (Thomas Mace)
a minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 98
8 Example in D sol re Key (Thomas Mace)
c minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
9 Example in E la mi Key (Thomas Mace)
d minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
10 Example in F fa ut Key (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
11 Example in Gam ut Key (Thomas Mace)
F Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
12 Example in B mi Key (Thomas Mace)
a minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
13 The First Praelude beginning in that Key C fa ut (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 115
14 The 2nd Praelude in the 10th. above the Key (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 116
15 The Third Praelude in the Fifth (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 119
16 The 4th Praelude in the Eighth above (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 119
17 Here begins the First Praelude of the 8 Suits of Lessons (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 120
18 The First Lesson of the First Sett, called the Author's Mistress (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 121
19 The 2nd Lesson of the first Sett, Named the Off-spring (or Part of My Mistress) (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 125
20 The 3d Lesson of the 1st. Sett, named the Cozen-German (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 126
21 The 4th. Lesson of the 1st. Sett, being a Coranto (F.Dufault, CLFDuf N115)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 130
Conc_845
1. F-Pcnrs / 41v   | 2. GB-En9452 / 37v   | 3. GB-EnDep314 / 31r   | 4. GB-ObE411 / 73v(2)  

see Mace / 130
22 The 5th. Lesson of the 1st. Sett, being a Coranto but call'd I like my Humour well (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 131
23 The 5th. Lesson of the 1st. Sett, being a Coranto (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 132
24 The 7th. Lesson, and Conclusion of This 1st. Sett (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 133
25 Interlude 1st (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 136
26 Interlude 2nd (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 136
27 Interlude 3rd (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 137
28 Interlude 4th (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 137
29 Interlude 5th (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 137
30 Interlude 6th (Thomas Mace)
B dur / Es dur  (6g)    -   Mace / 137
31 The 2d. Sett of Lessons, in F fa ut Key, being a Praelude (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 139
32 The 2d. Lesson of the 2d. Sett, being an Allmaine (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 140
33 The 3d. being an Ayre (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 140
34 The 4th. being an Ayre (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 141
35 The 5th. Lesson, being a Coranto (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 141
36 The 6th. Lesson of the 2d. Sett, being a Tattle de Moy (Thomas Mace)
E flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 142
37 Interlude 1st (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 143
38 Interlude 2nd (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 143
39 Interlude 3rd (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 144
40 Interlude 4th (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 144
41 Interlude 4th (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 144
42 Interlude 6th (Thomas Mace)
Es dur / g moll  (6g)    -   Mace / 145
43 The 3rd. Sett of Lessons, in A re Key; Prelude 1 (Thomas Mace)
g minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 146
44 The 2d. Lesson of the 3d. Sett, being an Allmaine (Thomas Mace)
g minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 147
45 The 3d. Lesson in the 3d. Sett being a Coranto (Thomas Mace)
g minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 148
46 The 4th Lesson of the 3d Sett, being a Galliard-shape (The Penitent) (Thomas Mace)
g minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 149