1 edition of The Tudor church music of the Lumley books found in the catalog.
The Tudor church music of the Lumley books
|Statement||edited by Judith Blezzard|
|Series||Recent researches in the music of the Renaissance -- v. 65, Recent researches in the music of the Renaissance -- v. 65.|
|LC Classifications||M2 .R2384 vol. 65, M2081 .R2384 vol. 65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 score (xvii, 119 p.)|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||84760227|
The Lumleys of Lumley. Situated in the valley of the Lumley Park Burn to the east of the River Wear above Chester-le-Street, Lumley Castle, now a hotel has a fascinating history linked to the Lumley family, who lived in the region for centuries.. Lumley Castle Photo John Simpson. The family take their name from Lumley the place which in medieval times consisted of Great Lumley and Little Lumley. Captive Queen: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine, by Alison Weir (as Eleanor died almost years before the Tudors came along) The Last Knight: The Twilight of the Middle Ages and the Birth of the Modern Era (a biography of John of Gaunt) The King's Concubine: A Novel of Alice Perrers (mistress of Edward III, and thus not a Tudor).
Our aim is to make Five Books the place to go to on the web for book recommendations, arranged by topic. Help us achieve our goal by making a reading list on a subject you know a lot about. These lists have been created by our readers using our new interactive tool. Baldwin’s partbooks are a major source for Tudor Church Music from not only the reign of Elizabeth (when Baldwin was copying), but also from earlier periods stretching back before the Reformation. They are bound with a copy of William Byrd and Thomas Tallis’s Cantiones, quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur (), one of the earliest.
History. This British series of 15th and 16th century choral works started in Like The Carnegie Collection of British Music (), it was supported by the Carnegie Trust.. Arrangers and Editors. Fellowes, Edmund H. Ramsbotham, Alexander None of the Tudor music was printed in score; part books were easily mutilated or mislaid, the fashion of music underwent in the seventeenth century a series of rapid changes, the old polyphony became obsolete, by the beginning of the nineteenth century the speech of Byrd and Tallis was treated almost as a dead language.
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Get this from a library. The Tudor church music of the Lumley books. [Judith Blezzard; Christopher Tye; Thomas Tallis; British Library.;] -- Contains 29 pieces from mid 16th century, edited from part books in British Library, Royal Appendix A definitive collection of anthems from Tudor times to the present, this book includes favorites as well as lesser-known pieces.
The anthems were selected for their practical usefulness for church choirs today, bearing in mind the needs of smaller choirs: the anthems are mostly for SATB with or without keyboard accompaniments.
The Lumley Books A collection of Tudor church music Judith Blezzard One inevitable result of the ever-changing facets of religious fervour of Tudor times was the destruction of manuscripts of church music.
While, during the reign of Edward VI, Latin church music had been adapted for use in the English service, at Mary's. The Oxford Book of Tudor Anthems is a collection of vocal scores of music from the Tudor era of England (c).
It was published in by Oxford University Press and was compiled by the organist and publisher Christopher Morris (), the editor of OUP who also launched the popular Carols for Choirs series of books in the s. The preface is written by Sir David Willcocks. Tudor Church Music. Hide not thou thy face from us, O Lord and Call to remembrance, O Lord $ Available to purchase from Edition Peters.
Vocal score. Richard Farrant. Paperback 31 March Tudor Church Music. Hosanna to the Son of David $ J. Wrightson (ed.), The Wanley manuscripts, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance 99– (Middleton, WI, ); J. Blezzard (ed.), The Tudor church music of the Lumley books, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance 65 (Middleton, WI, ).
In conjunction with a general renewal of interest in the political and devotional importance of Tudor church music, the repertory of four-voice anthems, communion services, canticles, psalms, and responses preserved in the Wanley partbooks (Oxford, Bodleian Library MSS e) reveals how Thomas Tallis, John Sheppard, and other London.
The Sacred Music of the Lumley Books, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, 65, Madison, Wisconsin Blezzard, J ‘ Church music in Tudor times: compilation and scribal practices with special reference to a Protestant manuscript ’, The Library., 6th ser, 20 no 4, – Behind the traditions of Western sacred music lie a host of men and women who submitted their talents to God, and to our benefit.
From Monteverdi to Howells, Rachmaninoff to Virgil Thomson, and from Renaissance Italy to contemporary America, this work takes readers on a day, musical journey of discovery into the spiritual world of church music. John Caldwell collates the two versions in Early Tudor Organ Music, I, Early English Church Music, VI (London, ), p.
"Edwardine Vernacular Services before the First Prayer Book, " Journal of Theo- logical Studies, I () "The Sacred Music of the Lumley Books, " unpublished Ph.D. diss., University of Leeds, music into re-introducing this reper-toire to the concert platform: it would be a pity if this marvellous music were relegated to the bookshelves, The Tudor Church Music of the Lumley Books Edited by Judith Blezzard A-R Editions, Inc., Madison (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, lxv),$ Paul Doe The new Anglican.
Arrangement: SSAATB & optional organ (CHOR) Edition Type: Vocal Score Publisher: Oxford University Press Catalogue Number: Pages: 8 Date Published: 1st Dec Series: Tudor Church Music. 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. The Tudor Church Music of the Lumley Books. The Two Faces of Humanism: Stoicism and Augustinianism', Itinerarium Italicum: The Profile of the Italian.
Tudor Church Music Quick Reference Name of famous critical edn. of mus. by Eng. composers of 16th and 17th cents. pubd. in 10 vols.,with appendixunder editorship of Percy Buck, E.
Fellowes, Sylvia Townsend Warner, and A. Ramsbotham. Let’s go on to your next book, Plenti and Grase by Mark Dawson. I like this book for very similar reasons. There’s a wonderful book by Barbara Harvey, an academic who I think has now retired from Oxford, called Living and Dying in England The Monastic that book she took the accounts of the monks of Westminster and subjected them to minute detail in order to work.
Tudor Church Music Paperback – May 5, by Denis Stevens (Author)Author: Denis Stevens. Ten more volumes were projected, but never published, and although a number of octavo editions of separate works were issued, Mr. Andrew Carnegie's desire that music should reach the masses was unfortunately not realized, at least as far as Tudor Church Music was concerned.
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David Crook, general editor. Since its inception inRecent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance has brought to press many volumes devoted to the music of the “long” sixteenth century. Each volume in the series provides a historical introduction, critical.
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