William Byrd a short account of his life and work by Edmund Horace Fellowes

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Published by Clarendon press in Oxford .

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  • Byrd, William, 1542 or 3-1623

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Statementby Edmund H. Fellowes.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML410.B996 F3
The Physical Object
Pagination123 [1] p.
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6661310M
LC Control Number24003084
OCLC/WorldCa413826

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William Byrd II of Virginia was a surveyor, an author, a statesman, and catty as hell. He was one of the Virginians in charge of physically drawing the border between Virginia and North Carolina, and he wrote a book with the yawn-inducing title The History of the Dividing Line betwixt Virginia and North Carolina.

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He carried out pathbreaking work on the life and music of William Byrd (c), both as an editor and a historian.

My Lady Nevell’s Virginal Book Dating fromthis extraordinary compilation of 42 of Byrd’s finest keyboard pieces includes ‘The Battell’, a descriptive piece written in response to the Irish Rebellions. The death of Tallis in may have prompted Byrd to set his musical house in order, for William Byrd book the next three years he published four collections of his own music: Psalmes, Sonets, & Songs of Sadnes and Pietie (), Songs of Sundrie Natures (), and two further books of Cantiones sacrae.

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The children took part in many fun and creative reading and writing activities to really promote a love of books and of reading not just for pleasure but also for a purpose. Colonel William Byrd II (28 March - 26 August ) was a planter, slave-owner and author from Charles City County, Virginia. He is considered the founder of Richmond, Virginia.

His works are among the earliest of Virginia literature and his diaries are considered as classic documents. Among close to three hundred pieces contained in the most famous keyboard manuscript of the English Renaissance, now known as The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, is William Byrd’s “The Earl of Oxford March” (Fitzwilliam II ).

The Oxford March has become well known to present day early music enthusiasts, and apparently was well known at the beginning of its life as well (Musica Britannica.

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UNC Press Books, - History - pages 0 Reviews William Byrd II () was an important figure in the history of colonial Virginia: a founder of Richmond, an active participant in. My Ladye Nevells Booke (British Library MS Mus. ) is a music manuscript containing keyboard pieces by the English composer William Byrd, and, together with the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, one of the most important collections of Renaissance keyboard music.

It includes music dating from approximately to by John Bull, Giles Farnaby (51 of whose 52 known pieces are included), William Byrd, Peter Philips and Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, as well as many others; there are close to separate pieces.

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Stegge, son of an English merchant, is thought to have lived in the stone house at the falls shown in William Byrd’s Title Book. When he invited Byrd to join him and inherit his 1, acres at the falls inByrd likely settled in this house in present-day Manchester.

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Andrews, The Technique of Byrd's Vocal Polyphony (London: Oxford University Press, ). Philip Brett, "Edward Paston (): A Norfolk Gentleman and His Musical Collection," Transactions of the Cambridge.

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Published on A famous piece by William Byrd this time. Could be played perhaps a bit more lively, but not on this virginal however. Description: Colonel William Byrd II (28 March – 26 August ) was a planter, slave-owner and author from Charles City County, Virginia. He is considered the founder of Richmond, Virginia.

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William Byrd (28 March –26 August ), member of the Council, writer, and surveyor, was born probably near the falls of the James River in Henrico County, the eldest child of William Byrd (ca. –) and Mary Horsmanden Filmer Byrd. He is usually referred to as William Byrd II (a style that he did not employ) to distinguish him from his father and his only surviving son.

Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, also called (erroneously) Queen Elizabeth’s Virginal Book, an early 17th-century English manuscript collection of pieces for keyboard by many of the major composers of the period, including William Byrd, who is represented by 67 pieces; John Bull (44); Giles Farnaby (52); and Peter Philips (19).

In his preface to the edition, W. Barclay Squire proposed. William Byrd (; birth date variously given as c or – 4 Julyby the Julian calendar, 14 Julyby the Gregorian calendar) was an English composer of the wrote in many of the forms current in England at the time, including various types of sacred and secular polyphony, keyboard (the so-called Virginalist school), and consort music.

William Byrd (born probably or ; died Stondon Massey, 4 July ) was the greatest English composer of his time.

He wrote music of all types that were popular then: keyboard music for virginals and for the organ, vocal music, especially choral music, both for the church (“sacred”) as well as non-sacred (“secular”).

Byrd lived in a time of great changes. Byrd had long since retired from London to the rural surroundings of Stondon Massey, Essex, where the recusant group based around the Petre family at Ingatestone would have been the primary recipients of this music. Publication date and place: by Thomas East in London Gradualia I (William Byrd) at the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP).

William and Mary Byrd lived briefly in Philadelphia before moving to Virginia. There, Mary found her English-born mother-in-law "a most sensible, cheerful woman, always gay and amiable." In sixteen years of married life, Mary Willing Byrd gave birth to ten children.

But her husband's retirement brought a return to extravagant spending. Mary's. Fitzwilliam Virginal Book: Contents Listing This is a detailed listing of the contents of the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. Contents. Title Composer Notes References William Byrd: IX: Goe from my Window: Thomas Morley: see No.

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William Byrd was born on September 6,at Westover in Charles City County, the only son of William Byrd II and his second wife, Maria Taylor Byrd. His indulgent parents raised him in a style that few upper-class Virginians could match.

With a 3,volume library and numerous servants at Westover, among the most beautiful of Virginia's eighteenth-century. The foremost composer under the reign of Elizabeth I and James I, William Byrd (c.

- ) produced countless masses, motets, polyphonic songs, and works for keyboard and instrumental consort, all of which rank among the most unique and inspired works of the late Renaissance. His output was widely admired both at the time and now, and the influence he exerted on his contemporaries and on.

A Note on Byrd’s Anglican Music. It has already been noted that the first conference devoted to Byrd was in Titled “The English-Texted Music of William Byrd,” it was organized by Richard Rastall and took place on Saturday 11 September in the Department of Music at the University of Leeds.

He is related to the explorer Richard Evelyn Byrd, for whom Richard Evelyn Byrd Flying Field (the original name forRichmond International Airport) was named, as well as Virginia Governor and U.S.

Senator Harry Flood Byrd and U.S. Senator Harry Flood Byrd Jr. Trans-Atlantic Ties William Byrd II was born in in present-day Charles County Children: William Byrd III.Book Description: William Byrd II () was an important figure in the history of colonial Virginia: a founder of Richmond, an active participant in Virginia politics, and the proprietor of one of the colony's greatest plantations.The general demand at that date for some kind of book about Byrd was met by the present author, whose William Byrd: A Short Account of his Life and Work was published a few days before the actual anniversary of the composer's death.

In the Preface the author made it clear that this was no more than a brief summary, put together as a.

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