The Ritson manuscript is the most important source of English music between the Old Hall manuscript and the Eton choirbook. Compiled in Devon over a period of about fifty years, it contains carols, secular songs and more than thirty sacred compositions including Masses, votive antiphons, ritual settings and an English version of the Te Deum. These sacred works are published in this volume, many for the first time. Most are in three voices: TrAT or ATBar, but two are in five: TrATBarB. xxxii + 144 pages. Hardbound.