Viola da gamba and lute music -- Early works to 1800. : The XII. wonders of the vvorld : Set and composed for the violl de gambo, the lute, and the voyce to sing the verse, all three ioyntly, and none seuerall: also lessons for the lute and base violl to play alone: with some lessons to play lyra-wayes alone, or if you will, to fill vp the parts, with another violl set lute-way. Newly composed by Iohn Maynard, lutenist at the most famouse schoole of St. Iulians in Hartfordshire.
Viola da gamba music -- Early works to 1800. : The compleat violist, or, An introduction to ye art of playing on ye bass viol wherein the necessary rules & directions are laid down in a plain & familiar method : with a collection of the Psalm tunes set to the viol, as they are now in use in the churches where there are organs : to which are added some select aires & tunes, set according to ye divers manners of playing by the G. solreut cliff, the C. solfaut cliff, & ye faut cliff : also several lessons, viz. almans, sarabands, courants, Iiggs &c. / compos'd for the instrument by ye late famous master Mr. Benjamin Hely..
Viola da gamba music (Viole da gamba (2)) -- Early works to 1800. : Musicke of sundrie kindes : set forth in two bookes. The first whereof are, aries for 4. voices to the lute, orphorion, or basse. viol, with a dialogue for two voices, and two basse viols in parts, tunde the lute way. The second are pauens, galiards, almaines, toies, igges, thumpes and such like, for two basse-viols, the lierway, so made as the greatest number may serue to play alone, very easie to be performde. Composed by Thomas Ford.