2 edition of Music and musicians of early Tudor Westminster. found in the catalog.
Music and musicians of early Tudor Westminster.
Written in English
Reprinted from Early Music (May 1995), p. 223-240.
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Appendix: Music and musicians of early Tudor Westminster: a preliminary list Abbreviations Baillie H. Baillie, 'Some biographical notes on English church musicians, chiefly working in London', Royal Musical Association research chronicle, ii (), PP BL British Library, London.‘ “At the mynde of Nycholas Ludford” ’, Early Music, 22 (), pp.
– ; Kisby, F., ‘ Music and Musicians of Early Tudor Westminster ’, Early Music, 23 (), pp. – 2 Stanley Boorman has recently identified even earlier experiments with single-impression printing of by: 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. 3 Earlier studies of English material include most obviously Baillie, H., ‘London Churches and their Musicians’ (Ph.D.
thesis, University of Cambridge, ), idem, ‘A London Church in Tudor Times’, Music & Letters, 36 (), pp. 55–64, and ‘A London Guild of Musicians, –’, Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, 83 (–), pp. 15–Cited by: Early music 31 (): 29 Kerman, Joseph.
"The Missa 'Puer natus est nobis' by Thomas Tallis". In 4, pp. 30 Kisby, Fiona. "Courtiers in the community: the musicians of the Royal Household Chapel in early Tudor Westminster".
In 11, pp. 31 Kisby, Fiona. "A mirror of monarchy: music and musicians in the house. Nicholas Ludford (c. – ) was an English composer of the Tudor period. He is known for his festal masses, which are preserved in two earlyth-century choirbooks, the Caius Choirbook at Caius College, Cambridge, and the Lambeth Choirbook at Lambeth Palace, surviving antiphons, all incomplete, are copied in the Peterhouse Partbooks (Henrican set).
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Early Music, Volume XXIII, Issue 2, MayPages b–, Music and musicians of early Tudor Westminster. Fiona Kisby. Early Music, Volume XXIII, Issue 2, MayBOOK REVIEWS. What Bach's choirboys knew.
David Ledbetter. Early Music, Volume XXIII, Issue 2. (Special Announcement) The Abbey is no longer open for public worship, general visiting or private prayer.
Meanwhile, the community of Abbey clergy, privately and following guidance given. Both the baptismal and the family name are uncommon in Tudor England.
A very small number of potential candidates includes a Cornish chantry clergyman in the s; a rector of the Buckinghamshire village of Emberton between and his death in ; and a priest who spent all of his documented working life in Westminster and who also died in (and was probably the same Cited by: 1.
Westminster, where musicians balanced their professional ties to the royal chapel of St Stephen against parochial allegiance to the wealthy parish church of St Margaret.1 By comparison, far less attention has been paid to recreational music-making in the urban communities of early Tudor England, and to musical experiences that lay beyond court.
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The lowest partbook of the only (early seventeenth-century) source of this piece has been lost and requires reconstruction (here by John Langdon in ). English Sacred Music (Early English Church Music 19) Mulliner Book (Musica Britannica I) Ritual Music and Motets (Early English Church Music 33) Discography: "Western Wind Masses" by Taverner, Tye and Shepperd.
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Thomas Tallis is a biographer’s challenge and a musicological detective’s delight. From the scant records that survive, we know that his world extended from Dover and the nearby Isle of Thanet to Westminster and Waltham Cross. He reached old age, but we cannot be certain about the precise year of his birth (?).Black Tudors by Dr Miranda Kaufmann is an ambitious book loaded with little-known Tudor trivia that has long been overdue in the study of 16th century England, and fortunately for the future of this little-explored topic, the result is a fascinating production of the utmost quality that takes a close look at ten individuals who could, quite /5.