choirbook


choirbook
хоровой сборник

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  • 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 the musical parts or… …   Wikipedia

  • Choirbook Format —    A musical manuscript, often very large, designed to be set on a stand so that the whole choir could sing polyphony from it at once. The soprano part appears on the top lefthand page above the tenor. The alto appears on the top right hand page… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • Eton Choirbook — The Eton Choirbook (Eton College MS. 178) 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,… …   Wikipedia

  • Eton Choirbook — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Folio del Eton Choirbook con el comienzo del motete O Maria Salvatoris de John Browne El Eton Choirbook (Windsor, Eton College Library, MS. 178), también conocido como Manuscrito de Eton es un manuscrito musical… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Caius Choirbook — The Caius Choirbook is an illuminated choirbook dating to the fifteenth century and containing much music by Tudor period composers. The book appears to originate from Arundel in Sussex, and to have been created sometime in the late 1520s; the… …   Wikipedia

  • Lambeth Choirbook — The Lambeth Choirbook is an illuminated choirbook dating to the fifteenth century and containing much music by Tudor period composers. The major contributors are Robert Fayrfax and Nicholas Ludford; between them they contributed at least ten of… …   Wikipedia

  • Guatemala city choirbook — Robert J. Snow (1926 1998) recently published a very thorough study of Guatemala city choirbook IV. This choirbook contains music for Holy Week, including several Lamentations settings. In order to encourage the use and spread of this music the… …   Wikipedia

  • Eton Choirbook —    The most important late 15th century source of English church music. Compiled around 1504–1505, the choirbook contains music by three overlapping generations of composers. Many are known to us from other contemporaneous sources, but some are… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • List of Renaissance composers — This is a list of composers active during the Renaissance period of European history. Since the 14th century is not usually considered by music historians to be part of the musical Renaissance, but part of the Middle Ages, composers active during …   Wikipedia

  • William Cornysh — For other people named William Cornish, see William Cornish (disambiguation). William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled William Cornish) (1465 – October 1523) was an English composer, dramatist, actor, and poet. Contents 1 Life 2 Musical works 3 …   Wikipedia

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