The Eucharist in Late Medieval Culture. Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Winchester Cathedral WveDavid Hill conductor. Views Read Edit View history. Drew Collins submitted Dan Foster submitted Infusing the hallowed spaces of Canterbury Cathedral with their singing for the first time inthe Girls here join the Men of the Cathedral Choir in a sequence of anthems from Tallis and Byrd to Howells and Leighton. The Tallis ScholarsPeter Phillips conductor.

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Byrd was born in about , and it is assumed that he was a chorister in the Chapel Royal his brothers were choristers at St. He was named organist and master of choristers of Lincoln Cathedral at the age of 20, where he wrote most of his works in English and music for Anglican services. This music and his anthems provided the young English church with some of its finest music. In he was appointed a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, where he shared the post of organist with Thomas Tallis.

Their first publication was a collection of five- to eight-part, Latin motets, but they published little else. Around the same time, Byrd began composing for the virginal. His contribution to the solo keyboard repertoire comprises some pieces, mostly stylized dances or exceptionally inventive sets of variations which inaugurated a golden age of English keyboard composition. As the persecutions of Catholics increased during this period, and occasionally touched on Byrd and his family, he wrote and openly published motets and three masses one each in three, four, and five parts , which are his finest achievement in sacred music, almost certainly composed for small chapel gatherings of Catholics.

Byrd had taken up the publishing business again, printing the first English songbook, Psalmes, Sonets and Songs in They are notable for the way the viol parts lead an existence independent of the vocal line. He openly published two Gradualia in and , with music for the Propers of all the major feast days.

His last collection, Psalmes, Songs and Sonnets from , consisted mostly of previously published works, but did include two of his viol consort works. Byrd is at his most distinguished in the free fantasias for consort, particularly the later pieces in five and six parts, works of exceptionally luxurious texture.

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Ave verum corpus

For the setting by Mozart, see Ave verum corpus Mozart. Monique Rio submitted Ave verum corpus, natum de Maria Virgine, [2] vere passum, immolatum in cruce pro homine cuius latus perforatum fluxit aqua et sanguine: Create a quick account: Byrd, William — Connect to add to a playlist. This service works with Youtube, Dailymotion. Learn more and set cookies Close. Annotate this sheet music. We also share information on the use of our site with our social media partners, advertising and analytics, which can combine them with other information you have provided to them or collected in your use of their services.


Ave verum corpus

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