Passim. Collection of solos for Lute. 1717-1724. The 'Weis' whose name is put to so many of them is probably Sylvius Leopold Weiss, but a few may be by his brother Sigismund, who was also a lutist, and by whom there is a composition on f. 33b. Probably other pieces besides those ascribed to them below are the work of one or other of the brothers. Number which appear to form suites are 1-7, 11-17, 20-25, 33-39, 40-45, 48-54, 56-61, 62-68, 69-73, 86-91, 92-97, 98-102, 104-109, 113-119, 128-133, 137-141, 142-151, 152-156, 158-163, 172-179, 180-185, 187-191, 193-198, 201-207, 217-222. 1. Prelude. f. 1. 2. Allemande. This and nos. 3-7 are by '[S. L.] Weis,' Prague, 1717. Autograph. f. 1b. 3. Courante. f. 2b. 4. Bourrée. f. 3b. 5. Saraband. f. 4. 6. Minuet. f. 4b. 7. Gigue. f. 5. 8. Minuet. f. 6. 9. Another, in the hand of S. L. Weis. f. 6b. 10. Gavotte. f. 7. 11. Prelude. f. 7b. 12. Allemande. 'Weis.' f. 8. 13. Courante; in the hand of S. L. Weis. f. 8b. 14. Bourrée. f. 9b. 15. Saraband, ib. 16. Min[uet]. This and no. 17 are in the hand of S. L. Weis. f. 10. 17. Gigue. f. 10b. 18, 19. Two movements in 2/4 time, without titles. f. 11b. 20. Prelude. f. 12. 21. Allemande. 'Weis.' f. 12b.22. Courante. f. 13b. 23. Bourrée. f. 14b. 24. Saraba� Text continues in the catalogue record