Tim Henderson
Psalmody Website
Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:44pm
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Yes, the Internet Archive is patchy, but attempting to click back to earlier captures of the website has enabled me to find the midi file for East61 (? Everet's Psalm 61)at

https://web.archive.org/web/20130521125900/http://www.psalmody.co.uk/mp3/EAST61.MID

with the testimonial description

"Psalm 61 (SM; attributed to John Everet): midi file
Of this tune Temperley and Mann write (1983, p. 15; index no. 868) :
One of the most remarkable [of the more elaborate fuging tunes in East's publications] is Everet's tune 868. It has several contrasting sections, four out of five of them fuging; many 'choosing notes' (the alto part often divides); and some beautiful suggestions of sixteenth-century harmony.

at

https://web.archive.org/web/20161015234950/http://psalmody.co.uk/contents/mp3.html


and the biography page for E (for Everet) still existed at

https://web.archive.org/web/20130521132358/http://www.psalmody.co.uk/people/pE.html

It's a bit hit and miss , but there's a lot of good stuff there and you are right to seek to put it on a firmer foundation.

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