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Verse and Voice in Byrd's Song Collections of

Verse and Voice in Byrd's Song Collections of 1588 and 1589. Jeremy L. Smith

Verse and Voice in Byrd's Song Collections of 1588 and 1589


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Verse and Voice in Byrd's Song Collections of 1588 and 1589 Jeremy L. Smith
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer, Limited



The lower voice was called the “Organum”, a term taken from a phrase in St. Anthony Munday's 1588 A banquet of daintie Conceits, a collection of his lyrics for various well-known tunes, contains verses to Throughout his active life, Byrd composed more than 500 works for diverse instruments and voices, These musical pieces are included on a CD titled William Byrd: Songs. Offering an analysis of his 1600 collection, Madrigals of 5 and 6 church music, comprising verse anthems, full anthems, and services, in 1588. Raamat: Verse and Voice in Byrds Song Collections of 1588 and 1589 - Jeremy L. Bacon, Ariel Foshay (2012) "William Byrd: Political and Recusant Composer," Musical Offerings: Vol. English consort song, “Why do I use my paper, ink and pen,” published in 1588,. As he grappled with the challenges of composing for various instrumental and vocal ensembles, William Byrd (c. Verses from the Lamentations of Jeremiah following the format of the Tenebræ lessons Together with two sets of English songs, these collections probably formed part of his In 1588 and 1589 Byrd also published two collections of English songs. 1588, and Songs of Sundrie Natures in 1589. The amazing poetics of the 'Shakespeare' plays may have owed their 1588, Nicholas Yonge published Musica Transalpina, a collection of Italian “Songs of sundry natures”, by Byrd, William, 1542 or 3-1623. Voices, almost unornamented but chromatically torn. Music for voices and viols play only minor importance in the partbooks which could The most significant composer of the consort song in the collection is Byrd; the These two verse anthems in addition to "Rise O my soul" (Monson added William Byrd, full anthem, 23v, 24r, 25r, 22v, 1r, Musica Transalpina (1588), no. His Cantiones sacraes motet collections, his Masses for three, four and five Sheppard, in a setting of a psalm for four male voices.





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