Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance) by R. Fayfrax

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Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance) Paperback – June 1, by R. Fayfrax (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, June Author: R. Fayfrax.

The Mass Regali ex progenie, the magnificat "Regale," and the motet "Aeterne laudis lilium" by Fayrfax (chief composer to Henry VII and the young Henry VIII) represent the principal sacred forms in England at the turn of the sixteenth century.

Fayrfax juxtaposes sections of three-voice vertical writing and of non-cadencing, contrapuntal passages, leading to unusual choral effects in five parts. The Lambeth Choirbook – also known as the Arundel Choirbook – is an illuminated choirbook dating to the sixteenth century.

It contains music for 7 Masses, 4 Magnificats, and 8 motets. Much of the music is by Tudor-period major contributors are Robert Fayrfax and Nicholas Ludford; between them they contributed at least ten of its nineteen pieces. Sacred music from the Lambeth choirbook. [Robert Fayrfax; Margaret Lyon] Home.

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Title Arundel Choirbook / Lambeth Palace Library, MS 1 Composer Various: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. GB-Llp MS 1 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 19 pieces: 7 Masses, 4 Magnificats and 8 motets Language Latin Piece Style Renaissance: External Links Composer: Various.

Fayrax and Ludford are the major contributors to the Lambeth choirbook, with at least ten of its nineteen pieces between them; in addition they composed eleven works out of fifteen in the Caius book.

In Lambeth only three of the works by Fayrfax have his name attached, five other pieces being known as his, and two as Ludford's, from concordances in Caius and other manuscripts. GB-Llp MS 1 (Lambeth Choirbook; Arundel Choirbook); Late 's; The scribe was probably Edward Higgons, who also copied CambriU Caius (ChewP).

Probably copied and used at St. Stephen's, Westminster, though alternative origins have been proposed (ChewP). Came to Lambeth Palace Library in 17th century. Collection transferred to Cambridge in ; returned to Lambeth Palace in A plausible line of descent for the latter book can be traced from Arundel College to Lambeth Palace Library, its final resting is a Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook book of one music manuscript of thousands that must have circulated in late medieval England; it is also a narrative of only one musical institution from the hundreds that were in existence before the.

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Visit The Catholic Choirbook Anthology 1 and read the reviews to fully understand the value of these books to your parish and your choir. A plausible line of descent for the latter book can be traced from Arundel College to Lambeth Palace Library, its final resting place.

This is a story of one music manuscript of thousands that must have circulated in late medieval England; it is also a narrative of only one musical institution from the hundreds that were in existence before the. The Eton Choirbook (Eton College MS. ) is a richly illuminated manuscript collection of English sacred music composed during the late 15th century.

It was one of very few collections of Latin liturgical music to survive the Reformation, and hence is an important originally contained music by 24 different composers; however, many of the pieces are damaged or incomplete.

Lambeth Partbooks. Missa Albanus. Missa ‘O bone Jesu' Missa ‘O quam glorifica' Missa ‘Regali ex progenie' Magnificat regale.

Collections: Collected works (Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae 17) Early Tudor Magnificats (Early English Church Music 4) Eton Choirbook I-III (Musica Britannica ) Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook (RRMR 69).

The Lambeth Choirbook is an illuminated choirbook dating from the early Tudor period (ca. This book is also sometimes referred to as the Arundel Choirbook. Edward Hygons is thought to be responsible for the production of this choirbook, as well as the Eton Choirbook and Caius Choirbook.

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I n EM, xxxiii/1 (Feb ), p, Dr David Skinner wondered about the reasoning informing some observations arising tangentially in the course of my review of Early English Church Music, xliii (Robert Fayrfax I: O bone Iesu, ed. Roger Bray), published in EM, xxxii/3 (Aug ), pp– concerned the provenance of the Lambeth Choirbook; the identification of the category of.

Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook by Robert Fayrfax, Margaret Lyon; The Tudor Church Music of the Lumley Books by Judith Blezzard (pp. Historical dictionary of sacred music. Joseph P. Swain. Chironomy; Chorale; Look at other dictionaries: Choirbook — A Choirbook is a large format manuscript used by choirs in churches or cathedrals during the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

The book is large enough for the entire choir to read from one book. Often for polyphonic works all. Rupert Erlebach (ed.), Motets from the Eton Choirbook, (London: Plainsong & Mediaeval Music Society, ): comprised E1, E2, E5 and E8: RRMR: Margaret Lyon (ed.), Robert Fayrfax: Sacred Music from the Lambeth Choirbook, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance 69 (Madison, ) Warren-CMM.

The Eton Choirbook, one of only three such books (along with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook to survive from. The Eton choirbook (Eton College MS.), the leading source of late fifteenth- century English music, is a splendid production with fine illuminated initial letters.

The Eton Choirbook and its Legacy of Sacred Music. The Arundel Choirbook was created in and is one of very few part-books to have survived the Reformation.

It reveals a wealth of extraordinary music and is one of the jewels of the collection of Lambeth Palace Library. In a rare performance, Harry Christophers and The Sixteen will give voice to the Arundel Choirbook. Arundel College, the most likely provenance of the Lambeth choirbook, was dissolved in th mids; most of the college buildings were demolished, and the choirbook left Arundel.

The other Henrician choirbook, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Ms. originated at the royal college of St. Stephen, Westminster. A magnificent artefact, two feet tall and over three feet from side to side, it is one of the three collections of Latin liturgical music (with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook) to survive the systematic destruction of Catholic religious imagery during the Reformation.

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A-R Editions also publishes a series on computer music, as well as all book series for the Music Library Association. More on the Lambeth Choirbook More on the Lambeth Choirbook Bowers, Roger v observation v Roger Bowers N EM, xxxiii/1 (Feb ), p, Dr David Skinner wondered about the reasoning informing some observations arising tangentially in the course of my review of Early English Church Music, xliii (Robert Fayrfax I: O bone Iesu, ed.

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The Eton Choirbook, one of only three such books (along with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook to survive from pre-Reformation England, is a large manuscript collection of Marian antiphons, Magnificat settings and other motets assembled for, and still held at, Eton College.

Edward Hygons is thought to possibly be responsible for the existence of this book, as well as the Lambeth. The Arundel Choirbook, created inis one of very few part-books to have survived the Reformation and it reveals a wealth of extraordinary music.

In a rare performance of pieces from the Arundel Choirbook this concert will give voice to the manuscript that is one of the jewels of the collection of Lambeth Palace Library.

The book The Lucca Choirbook: Lucca, Archivio di Stato, MS ; Lucca, Archivio Arcivescovile, MS 97; Pisa, Archivo Arcivescovile, Biblioteca Maffi, Cartella 11/III, Edited and with an Introduction and Inventory by Reinhard Strohm is published by University of Chicago Press.

The Choirbook. The Choirbook, English. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Edition (current). Print music: Description: Representing a long and glorious tradition of choral publishing, The Augsburg Choirbook brings together in a single volume some of the gems of twentieth-century music.

The book is a collection of 67 well-crafted, singable anthems, newly and beautifully engraved. A Choirbook is a large format manuscript used by choirs in churches or cathedrals during the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

The book is large enough for the entire choir to read from one book. Often for polyphonic works all the musical parts or voices of a piece of music are presented on a single pair of pages, in contrast to partbook, where each part is in a separate book.

The Eton Choirbook, one of only three such books (along with the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook to survive from.

The Eton choirbook (Eton College MS.), the leading source of late fifteenth- century English music, is a splendid production with fine illuminated initial letters. The Eton Choirbook and its Legacy of Sacred Music. Robert Wylkynson (c – c.

) stands as one of the latest contributors to the Eton Choirbook, and, seeing as he was a choirmaster at Eton College, he likely helped to assemble this book. Sadly, only four of Wylkynson’s works exist, but as his nine-voice motet will attest, he was a skillful composer of great imagination.

Two settings of the Salve Regina exist from him, one for five. The Catholic Choirbook May 2, We are offering a sale price on Marian Organ Music and Organ Music based on Ave Maris Stella over at Grove Music Online ‘Obrecht’, ‘Ockeghem’ Editions For the facsimile edition of the Eton Choirbook, ed.

Williamson: see above The complete edition of the Eton Choirbook music is: Frank Ll. Harrison, The Eton Choir-book, 3 vols, Musica Britannica 10–12 (London, –60). Note that Harrison has quartered. Browse and buy sheet music by the composer Robert Fayrfax ().The Eton Choirbook (Eton College MS.

) is a richly illuminated manuscript collection of English sacred music composed during the late fifteenth century. It was one of very few collections of Latin liturgical music to survive the Reformation, and originally contained music by 24 different composers; however, many of the pieces are damaged or incomplete.In the Roxburghe Club published a luxurious full-colour facsimile of The Arundel Choirbook (better known as the ‘Lambeth Choirbook’; London, Lambeth Palace Library, Ms.1), in which most of Fayrfax's sacred music is to be found.

Meanwhile, behind the scenes, Roger Bray has long been at work on these same pieces, editing them for the.

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