Owned by a Carinthian aristocrat, this volume originated in Tirol, Austria. It was found in an antiquarian shop in 1995 and was finally transcribed and published by Musikverlag Doblinger in 2013.
The volume contains mainly anonymous versets, along with dance movements, fugues, and capriccios most likely written for liturgical and pedagogical use. In some instances a composer was noted.
Live recording made on October 23, 2015 by Karen Beaumont on the 2001 Schlicker Organ at All Saints' Cathedral in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Fuga by Elias de Silva
Guigetta Ariosa by Elias de Silva
Aria and Variatio
Gavotta and Two Minuets by Georg Muffat
Capricio by Elias de Silva
Praeludium and Three verses
Praeludium, Preambulum, Verse and Aria Reformata by Elias de Silva
Capricio by Batholomaus Weishoma
Praeludium septimi toni
Praeludium and Nine Verses by johann Jacob Walther
Menuet by Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer
Praeludium octavi toni and Three Versus
Fantasia by Elias de Silva
Menuet by Georg Muffat
Variatio by Elias de Silva
Praeludium Ex B by Elias de Silva
Versus-Praeludium-Versus-Pro Tremulo ex B
Ex. B. Aria cum 3is maiorde by Elias Silva
Prima variation lib. Auctor
Aria pro Elevatione by Elias Silva
Menuet octavi toni figurato