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Early Tudor composers

William Henry Grattan Flood

Early Tudor composers

biographical sketches of thirty-two musicians and composers of the period 1485-1555

by William Henry Grattan Flood

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Composers -- England -- Biography.,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Biography.,
    • England -- Civilization -- 16th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William H. Grattan Flood. With a pref. by Sir W. Henry Hadow.
      SeriesOxford musical essays, Essay index reprint series.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML390 .F65 1968
      The Physical Object
      Pagination121 p.
      Number of Pages121
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5617155M
      LC Control Number68025603

      Mar 25,  · A Lady Mass by Nicholas Ludford for Henry and Katherine Nicholas Ludford is one of the most intriguing of early Tudor composers, a healthy proportion of whose surviving work has made it to the discography. Somewhat surprisingly, though, none of his set of seven Lady Masses has so far been committed to disc as far as I know. Book Review. Robert Fayrfax, foremost among the early English Tudor composers, noted principally for his masses and motets written in a style less florid than that of his predecessors. He is distinguished from his English contemporaries by his more frequent use of imitative counterpoint and the freedom with.

      Explore our list of Classical Composers - Biography Books at Barnes & Noble®. Purchase of this book includes free trial access to dr-peshev.com where you can read more than a million books for dr-peshev.com is an OCR edition with dr-peshev.comt from book:CHAPTER III LIFE AT LEIPZIG Sullivan bade farewell to the Royal Academy. He examines late medieval ideas about music and poetry and the impact of the Reformation on them, and uses the social information about music and musicians to interpret the evidence of the early Tudor songbooks. This book is supplemented by four appendices containing the texts of all the poems in the three main Tudor songbooks together with Cited by:

      Reading the autobiographies and biographies of composers have a historical and analytical purpose, but this nontechnical book is contemporary in every way, making it attractive to the general reader, not just the musicologist or classical music fan. Adams is only in his early 60s and far from dr-peshev.com by: a wide variety of early Tudor composers, and so I have decided to limit my study to the sacred works of Robert Fayrfax. Fayrfax has been chosen as a case study for a number of reasons: (1) he sits in a pivotal position in the development of early Tudor music, being an inheritor of the Eton Choirbook.


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Early music of the British Isles, from the earliest recorded times until the beginnings of the Baroque in the 17th century, was a diverse and rich culture, including sacred and secular music and ranging from the popular to the elite. Each of the major nations of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales retained unique forms of music and of instrumentation, but British music was highly influenced.

Early Tudor composers: Anthem appointed Avery Burton biographical data biography Bishop Boleyn Book born circa Bramston Byrd Caius Calendar of Letters Cambridge Canon Canterbury Cardinal Chapel Royal Chapter Act Children choir Choristers Church College compositions corrody Court Cowper Crane David Burton Davy Dean Deanery death died early.

The Tudor period is the period between and in England and Wales and includes the Elizabethan period which ends with the completion of the reign of Elizabeth I in The Tudor period coincides with the rule of the Tudor dynasty in England whose first monarch was Henry VII (–).

Early Tudor composers: Anthem appointed Avery Burton Banaster biographical data biography Bishop Boleyn Book born circa Bramston Byrd Caius Calendar of Letters Cambridge Canon Canterbury Cardinal Chapel Royal Chapter Act Children choir Choristers Church College compositions corrody Court Cowper Crane David Burton Davy Dean Deanery death.

May 01,  · During early Tudor times its numbers ranged from 28 to 37 adults, and from 10 to 12 children.(14) At this time the royal domus was mostly resident at a number of larger 'standing houses' situated on the banks of the Thames, a short boat-ride from the capital.

Jan 20,  · Home › This and That › Thomas Tallis, Tudor Composer. Thomas Tallis, Tudor Composer By MaidensAndManuscripts on January 20, • (2). by Heather R. Darsie. It is thought that Thomas Tallis, alternatively spelled “Tallys,” could have been born on.

The best non-fiction books about Tudor England, Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it.

The Oxford Book of Tudor Anthems is a collection of vocal scores of music from the Tudor era of England (c). It was published in by Oxford University Press and was compiled by the organist and publisher Christopher Morris (), the editor of OUP who also launched the popular Carols for Choirs series of books in the s.

The preface is written by Sir David dr-peshev.com artist: William Camden. An extraordinary collection of his music is today kept at the British Library in London; the so-called Henry VIII’s Songbook.

This book contains over secular compositions by contemporary Tudor composers, 33 of which were written by the King himself. ROUNDS AND CANONS FROM AN EARLY TUDOR SONGBOOK BY JOHN E. STEVENS THE musical resources of Brit.

Mus. Add. ,1 a Court songbook belonging to the. Jan 01,  · The so-called Henry VIII's Book (London, British Library Add. MS ) contains two textless pieces by Isaac—his three-part Benedictus and the four-part La my —together with a number of other Franco-Flemish “songs without words” typical of the contents of manuscripts copied for the North Italian courts where the earliest viol consorts were being developed in the s and early s Cited by: 1.

A number of scholars have tackled the historical and musical nature of this beautifully illustrated book, though still relatively little concrete information is known of its origin and function.

The frontispiece contains a tribute to Henry VIII which is set among Tudor roses and a. Rimbault's Cheque Book of the Chapel Royal (), which, how- ever, begins only with the year Yet Gilbert Banaster deserves to be held in remembrance as a distinguished Master of the Choristers of the Chapel Royal, as well as an early Tudor composer.

During the s and early s, Tudor taught at Black Mountain College in North Carolina, and composed for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, where he would eventually become the music director. Tudor was among the first composers to experiment with live electronic modification of sound.

Sep 02,  · Buy The Early Tudors: England (SHP Advanced History Core Texts) UK ed. by David Hudson, David Rogerson, Samantha Ellsmore (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). The Tudor Society / Posts with tag [ Tudor composers ] Thomas Campion () 2 years ago Author: Claire Ridgway. No comment yet. On this day inThomas Campion, the famous Tudor and Stuart physician, poet and musician, died.

He was laid to rest on the same day he died at St Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street, London.Aug 01,  · A potential fourth prong to Dumitrescu's case, stylistic evaluation of the music itself by way of surviving English compositions, is left out of the reckoning, although his thinking on this is clearly signposted (not least his reclassification of early Tudor festal polyphony, often viewed as the epitome of Englishness, as an atypical subcategory).Author: Magnus Williamson.Authors and Composers Represented in H, Beyond Henry VIII.

In keeping with the large number of works found in the Henry VIII MS, there are a good number of composers (and authors) represented therein.

Not all are native to England, and not all are known for their participation in the production of the early English lyric, but several are both.