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John Stele Priory Reg. IV, fol. 60r; Locellus xxviii, nos. 15, 16, 16* Historiae Dunelmensis scriptores tres, ed. J. Raine, SS, xviii (1839), p. P. Edmund Pynbrygge Priory Reg. I, fol. 106v Register of the Common Seal, ed. Greatrex, p. 140, no. P. John Hampton MS A6(1), fol. 82r The Early Occupants of the Office of Organist and Master of the Choristers of the Cathedral Church of ... Worcester, ed. I. Atkins (Worcester, 1918), p. P. Alexander Bell Priory Reg. V, fol. 3v [none] 1490 Beauchief Ab.
421–2. Nesbett’s setting of Magnificat: The Eton Choirbook, ed. F. Ll. , Musica Britannica, 10–12 (London, 1967–73), vol. 3, pp. 63–8. 30 ROGER BOWERS men to sing with the Cantor and boys, each monastery had two options. The first was to recruit a group of three or four professional singing-men. 25 The second option was to engage the Cantor to generate and train, in sufficient numbers, an ensemble of men’s voices from among the house’s own monks or canons. This procedure was less grandiose than the alternative, but cost little or nothing to implement and was the option to which resort was generally made.
These indentures arise from the priories of Maiden Bradley and Sempringham; see Table 1. 1520), and also to those of the National Register of Archives and of the Record Offices of Devonshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and the City of Sheffield for their help in establishing that the indentures of Christopher Haslam (1490), Robert Derkeham (1522), anon. (Tavistock, 1523), and John Elyott (1529) cannot at present be located. P. John Tyes Priory Reg. I, fol. P. John Stele Priory Reg. III, fol. 157v Bowers, ‘Choral Institutions’, pp.