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Life and work of Robert Fayrfax, 1464-1521.

Edwin Brady Warren

Life and work of Robert Fayrfax, 1464-1521.

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Published by American Institute of Musicology in [Rome] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fairfax, Robert, -- d. 1521

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMusicological studies and documents, 22
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML410 F213 W3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination213p.
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18627691M

    The Franco-Flemish School refers, somewhat imprecisely, to the style of polyphonic vocal music composition in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries.


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Life and work of Robert Fayrfax, 1464-1521. by Edwin Brady Warren Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warren, Edwin B. 1464-1521. book (Edwin Brady), Life and works of Robert Fayrfax, [Dallas] American Institute of Musicology, AIM, MSD 22 ROBERT FAYRFAX (ca. ), Life and Works, by Edwin B.

Warren Library Binding – January 1, by Robert Fayrfax (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Robert Fayrfax. 1464-1521. book Robert Fayrfax was born in Deeping Gate, Lincolnshire, on Ap ; nothing is yet known of his childhood or early musical training. The first information that we have about Fayrfax's musical career is that he became a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal by December 6, when he was granted a chaplaincy of 1464-1521.

book Free Chapel at Snodhill Castle, a post which was relinquished a year later to. Missa Albanus - Robert Fayrfax (): Saturday Chorale points to this video - a beautiful 15th Century mass by Robert Fayrfax (a name new to me).

Read SC's post below the video. Saturday Chorale wrote about this mass, and about Fayrfax, in September I've picked Fayrfax's Missa Albanus for this week's "Sunday Playlist" to serve as a further introduction to Fayrax and his work.

It's a lovely piece of music with soaring ethereal polyphony that is very 1464-1521. book and spare and all the more beautiful for that, it's a piece of music I listen to often.

Robert Fayrfax ( - ) Though Fayrfax was a younger contemporary of the Eton Choirbook composers, his music is not well-represented until later sources.

This suggests that he did most of his Life and work of Robert Fayrfax later in his life, and his style also suggests a mature hand.

Fayrfax's music still belongs to the florid repertory of elaborate, free. Product description. Brand New Robert Fayrfax (), one of the younger composers represented in the 1464-1521.

book Eton Choirbook, was evidently a protégé of Henry VIII himself. While not as flamboyant (or difficult to sing) as that 1464-1521. book older Eton composers such as William Cornysh, Fayrfax's music has a sweetly tranquil quality--along with features typical of large-scale English. Robert Fayrfax was born in Deeping Gate, Lincolnshire, on 23 April ; nothing is yet known of his childhood or early musical training.

He became a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal by 6 December when he was granted a chaplaincy of the Free Chapel at Snodhill Castle, a post which was relinquished a year later to 1464-1521.

book Cowper, a 1464-1521. book. LIFE AND WORKS OF ROBERT FAYRFAX * EDWIN B. WARREN A. Introduction Robert Fayrfax (ca. ), one of England's most significant but least known composers, is Life and work of Robert Fayrfax of the important links between Dunstable and the later Tudor composers.

His position as a leading British musician of his day has never been questioned, and in recent times he has. The music Bull copied includes works by the most famous masters of the early six- teenth century, such as Robert Fayrfax, John Taverner, and Thomas Tallis, and by less celebrated but nonetheless first-class composers such as Nicholas Ludford and Hugh Aston, as well as a number of won- derful pieces by musicians whose careers are less well documented and who have been virtually forgotten for.

In British Library, Additional MS (ca. ), also known as the Fayrfax Manuscript, a copy of the Short Charter of Christ is put to music in a song-book that was possibly written by or under the direction of Robert Fayrfax ().While recent studies have examined the Short Charter’s materiality and its metaphorical imitation of legal documents, this essay contends that the musical Author: Sarah Noonan.

WRec MS ) and the Fayrfax Book (Lbl Add. MS ) of c.and in the Caius Choirbook (Cgc MS ) of c. Nevertheless, Turges can never have enjoyed the reputation of 1464-1521.

book Fayrfax (), the only other man whose music appears in all three of these sources. Turges's work survives in relatively few sources. Robert Hacomplaynt (c. – ), also written as Hacomplayne, Hacomblene; has a single surviving work, a setting of Salve regina, in the Eton Choirbook; a work known as Haycomplayne's Gaude, datedhas been lost; Robert Fayrfax (–), also spelled Fairfax, Fairfaux, Feyrefax.

Robert Fayrfax (), English royal composer, wrote one of 2 Magnificats that survived to modern times. He was considered the most prominent and influential composer during of the reigns of Kings Henry VII and Henry VIII of England.

Links: Britain, Classical Music, Renaissance. Missa Albanus - Robert Fayrfax (): This is the Gloria from a beautiful 15th Century mass by Robert Fayrfax (a name new to me). The other movements are. St Albans (/ ˈ ɔː l b ən z /) is a city in Hertfordshire, England and the major urban area in the City and District of St lies east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, about 20 miles (32 km) north-northwest of central London, 8 miles (13 km) southwest of Welwyn Garden City and 11 miles (18 km) south-southeast of Albans was the first major town on the old Roman road District: St Albans.

Robert Fayrfax () was born in Deeping Gate, Lincolnshire, on Ap ; nothing is yet known of his childhood or early musical training.

Robert FAYRFAX ( – ) Magnificat ‘Regale’ (before ) [] with Fayrfax’s glorious Magnificat ‘Regale’ from the Eton Choir Book and continue with motets by White, Byrd and Tallis. The presence of the Fayrfax makes this disc something of a hymn to the great Tudor choir books.

bring the elaborate music. Stylistically this Mass has much in common with the elaborate compositions of the previous generation of English composers such as Robert Fayrfax () and Nicholas Ludford (c.

The listener can tell this from the long vocal lines, high treble (soprano) range and frequent melismas (many notes sung to one syllable). Four Winds Report for Ap Robert Fayrfax (), William Shakespeare (), Max Planck (), Ethel Smyth Astrology Studio by Eric Francis-- This is a momentous time in collective history, and a turning point in your life.

As the year develops, most of the movement will be pointing into Aquarius, the. The chronology of Ludford’s œuvre is not straightforward, though it’s likely that his surviving music was all composed prior tothus providing a useful connection between the earlier style of Robert Fayrfax () and the progressive John Taverner (c) and John Sheppard.

Ludford’s music is perhaps more florid and. In British Library, Additional MS (ca. ), also known as the Fayrfax Manuscript, a copy of the Short Charter of Christ is put to music in a song-book that was possibly written by or under Author: Jean-Baptiste Mognetti.

The major work was the rarely performed Magnificat by Robert Fayrfax ( - ), a complex polyphonic motet interleaved with Gregorian chant.

In addition to the sacred music, the concert showcased songs written by English composers Thomas Arne, Robert Johnson, and Thomas Morley to lyrics by Shakespeare ( – ). Anon (The Art of Music, 16th century) Nicolas Gombert () Jacquet of Mantua () Jacob Obrecht () Philippe Verdelot () Anon (French, 13th century) Robert Fayrfax () Kyrie a4 O flos campi a5 Veni, dilecte mi a4 Salve Regina a6 Ave, sanctissima Maria a6 O Maria Maria plena virtute a5 Giovanni da.

St Albans /sn̩t ˈɔːlbn̩z/, /seɪn / is a city in Hertfordshire, England, and the major urban area in the City and District of St Albans.

It lies east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, about 19 miles (31km) north-northwest of London, 8 miles (13km) southwest of Welwyn Garden City and 11 miles (18km) south-southeast of Luton. St Albans was the first major town on the old Roman road Dialling code: 7 Magnificat 'O bone Jesu' Robert Fayrfax Magdala directed by David Skinner Recorded in the church of San Andrea, Levanto, 30th June- 1st July by kind permission, with special thanks to Aldo Viviani and the Commune de Levanto CCL CDG Cover image: Historiated initial 'M' depicting The Annunciation/Bridgeman Art Library.

Saturday Chorale points to this video - a beautiful 15th Century mass by Robert Fayrfax (a name new to me). Read SC's post below the video. Read SC's post below the video. I've picked Fayrfax's Missa Albanus for this week's "Sunday Playlist" to serve as a further introduction to Fayrax and his work.

A method of analyzing Early Tudor scared polyphony: the works of Robert Fayrfax () Ph.D. (thesis), University of Exeter [In progress] Collins, H. B., "John Taverner's Masses", Music and Letters 5. Early Music () One of Tudor England's most eminent composers, Robert Fayrfax (–), is at last fully emerging from the shadows, thanks to a variety of recent enterprises.

Ave Dei Patris filia is by Robert Fayrfax (), one of the foremost composers of the early Tudor period. Its title means ‘Hail, daughter of God’, is typical of music before the Reformation, made up of complex, interweaving parts.

Robert Fayrfax (), a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, was a favourite musician of Henry VIII and among the leading composers of his generation. The chief repositories of his works are the so-called Caius and Lambeth choir-books, where the works of Fayrfax's successor, Nicholas.

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Ave Dei Patris filia is by Robert Fayrfax (), one of the foremost composers of the early Tudor period. Its title means ‘Hail, daughter of God’, is typical of music before the Reformation, made up of complex, interweaving parts.

Robert Fayrfax (), English royal composer, wrote one of 2 Magnificats that survived to modern times. He was considered the most prominent and influential composer during of the reigns of Kings Henry VII and Henry VIII of England. Links: Britain, Classical Music, Renaissance If the Fayrfax is superb, the next CDs, nos.

are even more essential listening. Together they contain all the recordings of John Taverner’s music which Hyperion have made, including all his masses except the Meane Mass.

(For this work, see Hugh Benham, John Taverner: His Life. Work on them may have begun 'as early as the s', but much or most of it was probably done during the Marian reaction ofby which time William Mundy and Robert Whyte (b.

) could have been composing. It would be easy to assume that the manuscripts were still incomplete when Mary died, for the name of 'mr birde' appears. 2 posts published by Alison during October Calliope's Sister Musings on a Musical Life with Recorders and Flutes Here’s a lovely example by Fayrfax (): including concert listings, preview articles, CD, DVD and book reviews on classical, new, world, jazz, early and other kinds of music.

A couple of weeks ago, while. The Attaignant Consort. Ramée RAM 1. Madame d'amours [] consort à 4 2. The Duke of Sommersettes Dompe [] lute solo 3. Robert FAYRFAX (—). Farewell my joy [] flute and lute 4. My Lady Careys Dompe [] harp solo 5.

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Mulliner Book (Musica Britannica I) FAYRFAX (FAIRFAX, FAIRFAUX, FEYREFAX), Robert (). English musician, playwright, and actor. u(2): Organist of St Albans Cathedral. (7) Gentleman or lay-clerk of the Royal Household Chapel.

(Cambridge). Confraternity of St Nicholas (London). Robert Fayrfax pdf been described as the leading pdf in the musical establishment of his day, the most admired composer of his generation and in he led the Chapel Royal in the state visit to France of the Field of the Cloth of Gold.

Three of his works, including the Salve Regina were copied into the Eton Choir Book. He was a major.Inscribed (f. 1r), probably by the compiler or commissioner of the volume, ‘Robertus Fayrfax Doctor in Musicis iacet sepidtus in Ecclesia Monasteriali S cj Albani’: i.e. by Robert Fairfax (), Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, composer.

Later owned and inscribed by Ralph Thoresby (), Yorkshire antiquary and topographer.b- Robert Fayrfax (ca. ) ii) John Taverner (ca. ) - greatest musician of the period pre-reformation composers and musicians/5(1).