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Latin church music in England, c. 1460-1575

Hugh Benham

Latin church music in England, c. 1460-1575

by Hugh Benham

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Published by Da Capo Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Church music -- England.,
    • Church music -- Catholic Church.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Hugh Benham.
      SeriesDa Capo Press music reprint series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML3031 .B46 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 247 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages247
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4420735M
      ISBN 100306760258
      LC Control Number79025063

        The Moravian Church, formally called the Unitas Fratrum (Latin for "Unity of the Brethren"), known in German as the [Herrnhuter] Brüdergemeine ('Unity of Brethren [of Herrnhut]', after the place of the Church's renewal in the 18th century), is one of the oldest Protestant denominations in the world, dating back to the Bohemian Reformation of the 15th century and the Unity of the Brethren The state of singing in England c. --Applying the Word --Sounding the inner landscape --'This sacred sensualitie' --Through the gates of Paradise. Series Title: Studies in Christian history and thought. Responsibility: Susan Tara ://

      Among the lavish rewards he eventually reaped was a famous bequest of , giving him and his young pupil, William Byrd, a complete monopoly on the printing of music and ruled music paper in England. The liturgical music in England during this time underwent great changes, not the least of which was the shift between Latin and vernacular   Withee, Diana. "Making Music in Medieval Manuscripts." The Walters Art Gall no 10 (December ): p. 5, fig. at bottom (detail fol. 16r) Randall, Lilian M. C. Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Walters Art Gallery. Vol. 1: France,

      First published in 23 editions — 3 previewable Read Listen. Download for print-disabled Book of hours Holy Roman Catholic Church, Catholic Church Latin Rite; Catholic church. History Created April 1, ; Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, 2 days ago  Edward VI assumed the throne at the age of nine. He reigned as a Protestant king and bolstered the strength of the Protestant Church in England. Edward introduced the Book of Common Prayer (and with it English, rather than Latin, services), did away with stained glass in churches and Roman Catholic statues, and allowed English clergy to ://


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Latin church music in England, c. by Hugh Benham Barrie & Jenkins,   Benham, Hugh: Latin Church Music in England c. (London, ),passim; Chew, Geoffrey: 'The Provenance and Date of the Caius and Lambeth Choir-Books' Music Description  Voir aussi  Références   John Sutton (fl.

fin du XVe siècle} est l'un des compositeurs (anglais) du Livre de chœur d'Eton[1]. Sutton est fellow du Magdalen College (Oxford) en Un an plus tard il est élu au fellowship du collège d'Eton. Il n'est plus fait mention de son nom dans les documents d'Eton après Il est peut-être le même "Sutton" diplômé (compositeur).

Benham H. Latin church music in England c London, Wulstan D. Tudor music. London, Music in Britain: the Sixteenth Century, ed. by Oxford, Эта страница в последний раз была отредактирована 16 августа в 06 Биография  Творчество  Примечания  Литература,_Кристофер.

Latin Church Music in England –, London. Blezzard, J (ed) ‘Henry VIII as a composer’, in Sundry Sorts of Music Book: Essays on the British Library Collections.

Presented to O W Neighbour on his 70th Birthday (eds Banks, C, Searle, A and Turner, M), 27 /C4D44FAFBCA   Robert Wylkynson (parfois Wilkinson) (né vers – mort à Eton [réf.

nécessaire] après ) est l'un des compositeurs anglais représentés dans le Livre de chœur d'Eton [2]. IVm The Elizabethan Age in England: IVm1 English Keyboard Music through HOASM: IVm2 English Madrigal: IVm3 English Consort Music through IVm4 Song in the Elizabethan and Stuart Ages: IVm5 English lutenists HOASM: IVm6 Latin Church Music IVm7 English Church Music: IVm8 Additional Popular Music: IVn The Venetian Style: IVo ~akadkor/theory/   It was long believed that there was only one composer named William Cornysh active during the Tudor age.

The songs attributed to that composer in the collection known as XX Songes (London, ), are unquestionably from the pen of the early Tudor poet, musician and businessman, William Cornysh, a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal who died in This same person is also probably They derived their concepts in response to the Catholic church music, which they found distracting and too ornate.

Both principles also pursued use of the native tongue, either alongside or in place of liturgical Latin. Contents. 1 Background; 2 Emergence of Protestant church music. Normative principle of worship, and Martin Luther "15th century" published on by :// Latin Church Music in England, c.

Old, New, and Newer Still in Book 7 of the Speculum musice. Submission Guidelines. Schumann's Virtuosity: Criticism, Composition, and Performance in Nineteenth-Century Germany, by Alexander Stefaniak.

Email alerts. Article Activity ://   He is represented in the Mulliner Book. Father of John Mundy. A Partial William Mundy Discography | IV M: England Through | Latin Church Music The   Thomas Tallis (c.

– 23 November ) was an English composer who occupies a primary place in anthologies of English choral music. He is considered one of England's greatest composers, and he is honoured for his original voice in English musicianship.

No contemporaneous portrait of Tallis survives; the one painted by Gerard Vandergucht dates from years after Tallis   The Scottish Reformation was the process by which Scotland broke with the Papacy and developed a predominantly Calvinist national Kirk (church), which was strongly Presbyterian in its outlook.

It was part of the wider European Protestant Reformation that took place from the sixteenth century. From the late fifteenth century the ideas of Renaissance humanism, critical of aspects of the   John Taverner is undoubtedly the greatest of England's early sixteenth-century composers by virtue of the uniquely compelling character of much of his work and the historical importance of a few pieces such as the stands very high indeed among English musicians of any age--although it would be idle to pretend that he rivals Dunstable or.

A chorister at St George's, Windsor, in and singer a Tattershall College, Lincolnshire, inhe was master of the choristers at Lincoln Cathedral byand in became cantor or master of the Lady Chapel choir at Durham cathedral. His church music includes two fine festal masses in florid style in the Forrest-Heyther ‘Polyphonic voices in the English parish church, c’ (36 th Annual Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music, University of Wales, Bangor); also (revised) conference ‘Worship, Music and Liturgy in Early Modern England’, A.H.R.C.

Early Modern Worship Network, University of Durham. › Home › Faculty of Music › People › Roger Bowers.The partbooks of Robert Dow (Oxford, Christ Church, Mus. –8) reflect his positions as Fellow of Laws at All Souls College, Oxford, and a teacher of penmanship, both in the elegance of their copying and in the intellectual culture evoked by the Latin poems and quotations included alongside the music.

1 Inscribed with the datethey may have been begun as early as the late s, and