2 edition of Cantiones sacrae, 1575 found in the catalog.
Cantiones sacrae, 1575
|Statement||Thomas Tallis and William Byrd.|
|Series||Early music reprinted ; 3|
|Contributions||Byrd, William, 1542 or 3-1623.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p.arts ;|
Genre/Form: Motets: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tallis, Thomas, approximately Cantiones sacrae, Leeds: Boethius Press, Cantiones sacrae: [William Byrd; Mark Deller; Deller Consort.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.
William Byrd - Cantiones Sacrae Total Playing time: 63'37'' DDD Recorded in New College Chapel, Oxford, July Released CRD The publication of the 'Cantiones, quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur' in is regarded today as a landmark in . Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Tallis: Derelinquat impius (Cantiones sacrae ) The Choir of King's College, Cambridge John Langdon .
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Cantiones sacrae [A facsimile of the edition of Parts.] (Early Music reprinted) Unknown Binding – Import, by Thomas Tallis (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Author: Thomas Tallis.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Cantiones Sacrae at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Classical Choral CDs. Buy Alamire's album titled Thomas Tallis & William Byrd: Cantiones Sacrae to enjoy Price: $ " marks a major milestone in The Cardinall's Musick's complete Byrd project" (Gramophone) ASV's long-term project The Byrd Edition, having covered all the early Latin church music, now reaches one of its most significant steps with the glorious Cantiones Sacrae of /5(2).
Duffy brought up the joint project published by William Byrd and Thomas Tallis in This collaborative work is commonly known as the Cantiones sacrae (although the formal title is actually Cantiones quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur).Author: Fr.
David Friel. Cantiones sacrae (Vocal sacred music, literally: Sacred chants), Op. 4, is a collection of forty different pieces of vocal sacred music on Latin texts, composed by Heinrich Schütz and first published in The pieces have individual numbers 53 to 93 in the Schütz-Werke-Verzeichnis (SWV), the catalogue of his works.
The general title Cantiones sacrae was common at the time and was used by Based on: Precationes by Andreas Musculus. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about William Byrd / Deller Consort - Cantiones Sacrae at Discogs. Complete your William Byrd / Deller Consort collection/5(4).
In Thomas Tallis, then an ‘aged man’, and his pupil and friend William Byrd, who was in his mid to late 30s, paid tribute to Elizabeth I by selecting 17 motets each for their Cantiones Sacrae (‘Sacred Songs’), the first major printed collection of music to be published in England.
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But I just found out the AD Missale Romanum has a skip of. Cantiones Sacrae I (Byrd, William) This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section er: Byrd, William.
Buy Thomas Tallis & William Byrd: Cantiones Sacrae by William Byrd, Thomas Tallis from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your Pages: David Skinner has studied and lived with the Cantiones Sacrae for many years, not least in the recordings he prepared and produced for The Cardinall's Musick's superb Byrd series/5(5).
Tallis and Byrd have been extensively recorded by some truly brilliant ensembles, but this is a very welcome and significant addition to the catalogue. David Skinner has studied and lived with the Cantiones Sacrae for many years, not least in the recordings he prepared and produced for The Cardinall's Musick's superb Byrd series.4/4(1).
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For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section er: Byrd, William. In 'Thomas 'Tallis then an 'aged man', and his pupil and friend William Byrd, who was in his mid to late 30s, paid tribute to Elizabeth 1 by selecting 17 motets each for their Cantiones Sacrae ('Sacred Songs'), the first major printed collection of music to be published in England.3/5.
A reference in the prefatory material to the Cantiones sacrae published by Byrd and Thomas Tallis in tends to confirm that Byrd was a pupil of Tallis in the Chapel Royal.
According to Anthony Wood, Byrd was "bred up to musick under Tho. The publication Cantiones Sacrae was something of a landmark of English music: a major printed-music collection of the sort that had been appearing on the Continent for much of the 16th 7/ About Volume 56 is devoted to a complete edition by John Milsom of the famous Cantiones quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur published by Thomas Tallis and William Byrd in This edition includes a comprehensive study of the partbooks themselves, their physical make-up and typography, and the compilation and notation of their contents.
Byrd: Cantiones Sacrae The Choir of New College, Oxford, Edward Higginbottom There's so much wonderful six-part writing in this attractive selection from the CantionesSacrae that such a medium appears in a new light, particularly when performed by the choir and in.
The Cantiones Sacrae collection of was the first fruit of the 21 year music-printing monopoly granted to these two Catholic composers by Elizabeth I.
Fittingly, it contains some of the finest Latin sacred music the pair wrote/5(8).About. Lavishly produced, the Cantiones, quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur by Byrd and Tallis celebrated not only the composers’ acquisition of the royal patent for the printing and marketing of part-music and lined music paper, but also their mastery of the continental polyphonic style.Cantiones sacrae Introduction: Richard Rastall [ Royal College of Music, London] Sample page.
Musical Sources, 8. Leeds, Oblong, 22 x 17 cm, 6 partbooks, xiii, pp. Line-cut of the copy in the Royal College of Music, London. Compiled by Tallis and his pupil Byrd, this is the first collection of Latin motets to be published in.