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No 6 - Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Lupo - The Parley Of Instruments, Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha

03.11.2019


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Label: Hyperion - CDA66395 • Series: The English Orpheus - 4 • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Renaissance, Baroque
Download No 6 - Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Lupo - The Parley Of Instruments, Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha

Follow us on. Gibbons was the leading English 79 À 97 - Passi - Les Tentations of his generation. He was born in Oxford, and held positions as Organist of the Royal Chapel, as keyboard player in the privy chamber of the all-important court of Prince Charles, and finally as organist at Westminster Abbey.

He died an early death at Canterbury Cathedral, while awaiting the arrival of the new Queen Henrietta Maria. Gibbons' lifetime corresponded to the highest point in English music — a time when it dominated the music of the continent as it had never done before and would barely do since — Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha, he was known for "the best finger of that age.

Together with his colleagues, the composers Alfonso Ferrabosco II, John Coprario, and Thomas Lupo, Gibbons pioneered new scorings and approaches in consort music which would lead to a repertory eclipsed in volume and depth only by the works of the Viennese School. It was presumably due largely to Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha influence that organ accompaniment became standard in consort works, otherwise for strings. Gibbons is also well-known for his sacred choral music, of which he left a substantial volume.

He was among the first major English choral composers schooled entirely in Charlotte Sometimes - The Cure - Yellow Mood Protestant universe, and his highly polished English anthems are among the finest in the repertory. He is still regarded as one of the great masters of the Everybody Singing - Various - Welcome To The Dance Floor Vol 1 anthem, in which sections for full choir alternate with passages for soloists and organ or viol consort accompaniment.

His Magnificent "Second Service" in the "verse" style continues to be one of the most highly regarded masterpieces in the genre. Gibbons also composed numerous consort songs, both as purely vocal madrigals and as solo songs with viol consort accompaniments.

His strongly evocative "Cries of London" is one of the most peculiar and strangely effective consort songs of the period. Gibbons' lifetime saw a huge volume of music composed in England, in exactly the genres he employed. However, the Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha of his output in both sacred choral and chamber music allows him to stand head and shoulders above the many fine composers of his generation.

His music continues to be widely admired today, while his choral music has been a constant part of the English cathedral repertory. In fact, no less a personage than the pianist Glenn Gould has named Gibbons as his favorite composer.

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8 Replies to “ No 6 - Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Lupo - The Parley Of Instruments, Peter Holman - Music For Prince Cha ”

  1. Meztilar says:
    Sheet music for Thomas Lupo. This contribution is based on the inlay booklet written by director Peter Holman of the Parley of Instruments for their Hyperion-recording (CDA; The English Orpheus series, volume 4) of “Music for Prince Charles. Fantasias and dances by Orlando Gibbons & Thomas Lupo” and the Wikipedia article which.
  2. Nicage says:
    Earlier this year, in the fourth volume of his magnificent Records of English Court Music, Andrew Ashbee published for the first time a substantial quantity of documents giving the details of King Charles I's private music while he was still Prince of Wales. In particular, the newly discovered annual accounts of the Receiver General show that Prince Charles employed 17 musicians, including.
  3. Zolozuru says:
    Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Lupo - The Parley Of Instruments, Peter Holman ‎– Music For Prince Charles Label: Hyperion ‎– CDA Series: Ensemble – The Parley Of Instruments.
  4. Dojind says:
    Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
  5. Gukree says:
    Tracklist: 1. Fantasia a 3 (Music for the Double Bass), No.1, MB16 2. Fantasia a 3 (Music for the Double Bass), No.2, MB17 3. Fantasia a 3 No. 20 4. Fantasia a 3 No. 16 5. Fantasia a 3 No. 17 6.
  6. Gotaxe says:
    Sheet music for Thomas Lupo. This contribution is based on the inlay booklet written by director Peter Holman of the Parley of Instruments for their Hyperion-recording (CDA; The English Orpheus series, volume 4) of “Music for Prince Charles. Fantasias and dances by Orlando Gibbons & Thomas Lupo” and the Wikipedia article which.
  7. Mashicage says:
    The Parley has recorded several hundred pieces on the highly respected Hyperion label.. From Fanfare magazine: ‘Were there to be any real justice in this world, Hyperion boss Ted Perry and his musical advisor Peter Holman would each receive a knighthood for the incalculable service they have rendered to English music with the English Orpheus series.
  8. Yorisar says:
    Earlier this year, in the fourth volume of his magnificent Records of English Court Music, Andrew Ashbee published for the first time a substantial quantity of documents giving the details of King Charles I's private music while he was still Prince of Wales. In particular, the newly discovered annual accounts of the Receiver General show that Prince Charles employed 17 musicians, including.

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