Early English Church Music.

  • 144 Pages
  • 4.56 MB
  • English

Stainer & Bell
ContributionsTallis, Thomas.
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22300574M
ISBN 100852495404

Early English Church Music was founded insince when the series has published 58 volumes of English music, monophonic and polyphonic, dating from the eleventh to the seventeenth centuries.

The primary focus has been on editions of polyphonic music for voices, organs and viols; the series also includes facsimile volumes and editions of chant.

Your next book is Music and the Reformation in England by Peter Le Huray. This book deals with a rather distinct and contained historical period.

He looks at how the Reformation affected composition for the English Church from the day that it started, effectively, from the day the Henry VIII decided to make himself head of the Church, through the reign of Elizabeth I, and into the Jacobean. Here for the first time on CD are the Early English Church Music.

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Early English Church Music is published by Stainer & Bell on behalf of The British Academy.

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The aim of the series is to make available church music by British composers from the Norman Conquest to the Commonwealth, in a form both scholarly and practical. This little work, Orthodox Christianity and the Old English Church, was completed nearly twenty years ago, in concerning the fate of early English exiles to Constantinople.

These facts supported the Orthodox view that the pre-Schism a Commentary on the Book of Job and a book on PastoralFile Size: KB. The Church of England's Latin liturgy was replaced with scripture and prayers in English; the Great Bible in English was authorised in and Thomas Cranmer introduced the Book of Common Prayer in These changes were reflected in church music, and works that had previously been sung in Latin began to be replaced with new music in English.

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The mass is a form of music that sets out the parts of the Eucharistic liturgy (chiefly belonging to the Catholic Church, the Churches of the Anglican Communion, and also the Lutheran Church) to masses are settings of the liturgy in Latin, the traditional language of the Catholic Church, but there are a significant number written in the languages of non-Catholic countries where.

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Church music is music that is intended to be part of Christian worship in churches, chapels, cathedrals or anywhere Christians meet to worship. Church music is sacred (religious) music, but not all religious music is church music. Some music may be inspired by religion, but it may not be church music.

For example, some songs are about religion, but they may not be church music. church music:1 Music intended for performance as part of services of worship. With few exceptions, music is essential to the ritual of every religion; the singing of prayers and portions of Scripture is part of Judaeo-Christian tradition, and a large number of melodies for specific parts of the liturgy were embodied in the medieval collection of church music called Gregorian chant.

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He is currently General Editor of the British Academy series Early English Church Music. John Harper, though not one of the editors, is the principal author, and has been the fons et origo of the practice-led research project from which this book flows and which exemplifies his career as a liturgical musician, scholar, teacher and administrator.

Aims and content. This module centres on English church music between the years of c and c The project will trace the development of music in relation to the political and religious events of the period, aiming to place music from the Eton Choirbook through to Purcell in.

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This does not mean that the subject is altogether obscure. Many statements about Christian practice, inspired by biblical precedent, are found in patristic literature. The traditions both of Hebrew music and of the early Church are well known. It seems clear that melody only was employed and that it was, for the most part, unaccompanied.

English Church Music, Volume 1: Anthems and Motets. Vocal score. Forces or Category: SATB with keyboard/unaccompanied/basso continuo. Oxford Choral Classics. of the finest examples of English sacred choral music of the past five centuries.

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The aim of the series is to make available sacred music by English composers from the earliest times to the middle of the seventeenth century, in accordance with the highest scholarly standards.Books and Music by herchurch community members and friends.

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