William Byrd, English madrigalist and composer, was born in 1543 in Lincolnshire in England, and died in 1623 in Essex of unknown causes. This 'Father of Musicke' is considered the greatest of the Virginal composers, and has arguably had more influence on the development of English music than any other composer. Variations: Viewing All William Byrd. Byrd, W. Byrd, . yrd, William Bird, William Byrde, Wm. Byrd, В. Берд, У. Бёрд, У. Бэрд.
Byrd: Music For Voice And Viols. Label: Lyrichord Early Music Series. Latest albums by William Byrd. Byrd: Songs and Sonnets.
William Byrd: Keyboard Music. Byrd: Music for Holy Week and Easter. The Cardinall's Musick, Andrew Carwood, David Skinner. Byrd: Early Latin Church Music; Propers for Lady Mass in Advent. Maureen Forrester, Vladimir Dolezal, Russell Oberlin. Pyhä yö: Sacred Night.
Russell Oberlin sings "Vivi, tiranno" from Rodelinda (Handel) From: VAI DVD 4305 Russell Oberlin: America's Legendary Countertenor The renowned countertenor displays his art in two television recitals from 1961 and 1962. As a bonus feature, the DVD includes a fascinating interview with Mr. Oberlin produced especially for this release. 82 minutes (including interview). TO PURCHASE THE COMPLETE DVD, PLEASE VISIT ww. aimusic. com OR CALL TOLL-FREE IN THE US 1(800)477-7146 (OUTSIDE OF THE US, CALL 914-769-3691).
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Album · 1997 · 15 Songs. By William Byrd - Anna Crookes. 2. Crowned With Flowers and Lilies. 3. Pavan and Galliard In G Major: No.
Music for Viols: Dowland, Byrd, Lawes. This CD is devoted to English music of the golden period of Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I. This was a period of extraordinary greatness in music as well, in quality and quantity. Not until the 17th century was England blessed with so many outstanding composers, the most important of whom were Dowland and Byrd, both of whom are represented on this disc.
William Byrd: Songs and Sonnets, Music For Voice And Viols.
|1||Prélude & Fantasia (à 5)||6:05|
|2||La Verginella (O)||2:18|
|3||My Sweet Little Darling (O)||1:21|
|4||Fantasia (à 3)||4:25|
|5||What Pleasure Have Great Princes? (O)||3:32|
|6||Though Amaryllis Dance In Green (O)||2:25|
|7||In Nomine (à 5)||2:44|
|8||Blessed Is He That Fears The Lord (O)||1:46|
|9||O Lord How Long Wilt Thou Forget? (O)||1:45|
|10||Fantasia (à 6)||6:15|
|11||The Man Is Blest (O)||1:59|
|12||Why Do I Use My Paper,ink And Pen? (O)||3:18|