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Michael Robinson  •  Link

Porter, Walter d. 1659

Mottets of two voyces for treble or tenor and bass. With the continued bass or score: to be performed to an organ, harpspycon, lute or bass-viol. Published by Walter Porter, who was one of the gentlemen of the Royal Chappel of the late King, and master of the choristers at Westminster.
London : printed by William Godbid for the author, 1657.
Issued in three separate parts: Basso continuo [28]p., Bassus [18]p., Treble or Tenor [20]p.; 2⁰.
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P2999

No copy of any in the Pepysian Library.

Brian  •  Link

A reproduction (original in the British Library)is available through Early English Books Online, but it is incomplete--only 20 pages of music (from the Basso Continuo and Bassus sections) is available.

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