William Byrd and his contemporaries : essays and a monograph / Philip Brett ; edited by Joseph Kerman and Davitt MoroneyPublication details: Berkeley : University of California Press, cop. 2007Subject(s): DDC classification:
- 780.9 22 (machine generated)
- Ijz Byrd, William
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1. William Byrd: Traditionalist and Innovator; 2. Homage to Taverner in Byrd's Masses; 3. Thomas Tallis: Facing the Music; 4. Edward Paston: A Norfolk Gentleman and His Musical Collection; Appendix A: Extracts from the Will of Edward Paston Dealing with His Collection; Appendix B: List of Manuscripts; 5. Musicae Modernae Laus: Geoffrey Whitney's Tributes to the Lute and Its Players; 6. The Two Musical Personalities of Thomas Weelkes; 7. Orlando Gibbons: English Music for the Scottish Progress of 1617; 8. Word Setting in the Songs of Byrd; 9. New Reflections on William Byrd; 10. Prefaces to Gradualia; Contents and Meaning of Book 1; Contents and Meaning of Book 2; Patrons and Publication; Performing Byrd's Gradualia; Appendix: Publications by Philip Brett on Elizabethan-Jacobean Music
Throughout his career, Philip Brett wrote about the music of the Tudor period. He carried out pathbreaking work on the life and music of William Byrd (c1540-1628). Collecting these influential essays, this volume is a tribute to Brett's agile mind and to his skill at synthesizing history and musical analysis.