This collection is split into four parts.
The originals are located in the Various Locations in England. Part 1 is located at Cambridge University & Ely Library. Part 2 can be found at Rowe Music Library. Parts 3 and 4 are both located at Fitzwilliam Museum.
The call number in MSPAL is ML96.4 .M86 1987.
Parts 1 and 2 of this collection are medieval sacred and secular music, and 16th and 17th century English lute and consort music. The most substantial complete autograph of part 3 is that of the anthem "O Praise the Lord with one consent," and there are also important fragments that fill gaps in the Royal Music Library autographs. Part 4 of the collection contains the Fitzwilliam Virginal book, the Paston part-books, the Tolquhon part-book, the Lowther lute-book, Lord Herbert of Cherbury's lute-book, and the Bull manuscript.
The four parts include but are not limited to:
You can use the following links to locate the collection in UMD's catalog and to find complete listings for the four parts.