Parthenia in-violata or, Mayden-musicke, for the virginalls and bass-viol; for harpsichord or piano with bass-viol or violoncello ad libitum.

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Published by C.F. Peters in New York .

Written in English

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  • Viola da gamba and harpsichord music

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Other titlesMayden-musicke
StatementEdited by Thurston Dart.
SeriesEdition Peters -- 6133
LC ClassificationsM239 P27 1961
The Physical Object
Paginationvi p., score (23 p.) and part.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14763008M

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'Parthenia Inviolata': THE SECOND BOOK OF KEYBOARD MUSIC PRINTED IN ENGLAND By ERNEST BRENNECKE, Jun. (Columbia University, New York) IN the present zealous revival of Elizabethan and early Jacobean music, English enthusiasts have, with a very commendable doggedness, used every effort to keep their rarest documents from escaping out of their country.

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Parthenia In-Violata fails to name her composers and some of the pieces, but Mr. Dart has managed to trace two pieces definitely to John Bull and one each to Edmund Hooper and John Coperario (spelled "Coprario" in the facsimile edition: why perpetuate the variant?), with three tentative attribu-tions, two to Hooper and one to Bull.

Title Parthenia in-violata: or, Mayden-musicke for the virginalls and bass-viol Additional title: Mayden-musicke Names Hole, Robert, 17th cent. (Compiler). Although a volume of simple keyboard music with a bass viol part Parthenia In-violata, was published in c, no other English collection of solo keyboard music appeared until Musicks Hand-Maide in The beautiful engraving by William Hole was so accurate that the plates were used unaltered in the present issue (but with a new title.

Parthenia or The Maydenhead of the first music that ever was printed for the Virginalls Alt ernative. Title Composer Various: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 15 pieces (numbered as 21) Byrd: Prelude in G minor, T ; Byrd: Pavan and Galliard 'Sir William Petre' Pavan GalliardComposer: Various.

Parthenia contains, as the edition states, music Composed By three famous Masters: William Byrd, Dr: John Bull & Orlando Gibbons, Gentilmen of his Parthenia in-violata book most Illustrious Chappell. The book is divided into three sections, each devoted to one of its composers.

There are eight pieces by Byrd, seven by Bull and six by Gibbons. PARTHENIA is a viola da gamba quartet that brings early music into the present with a ravishing sound and a remarkable sense of ensemble, animating both ancient and fresh-commissioned repertoire to critical acclaim. These “local early-music stars,” hailed by The New Yorker and music critics throughout the world, are “one of the brightest.

The King's Morisck (Parthenia In-Violata or Mayden-Musicke for the Virginalls and Bass-Viol). The crown jewel of the Division is a collection of music, books on music, and autographs acquired by the Philadelphia financier Joseph W.

Drexel (). Joseph W. Drexel ()At Drexel's death (during the blizzard of ), his collection of 6, items was bequeathed to the Lenox : George Boziwick. Parthenia (Gk. ‘Maidenhood’).

Title of 1st book of kbd. mus. printed in Eng. containing 21 pieces by Byrd, Bull, and Gibbons—‘Parthenia, or the Maidenhead of the first music that ever was printed for the virginals.’ Reprinted and several other times in 17th cent.

This substantial and handsomely produced book consists essen-tially of two linked catalogues. In Part I: The Sources, Virginia Brookes briefly describes more than a hundred manuscripts (ordered by their RISM sigla) and the three printed sources Parthenia, Parthenia In-Violata and Musicks Hand-maid (editions of and ).

Twenty-Four Pieces from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, London: Stainer & Bell Ltd; ☛ Dart, Thurston (). notes to Parthenia In-Violata, New York, C. Peters. ☛ Ganassi, Sylvestro (), edited by Hildemarie Peter.

Opera Intitulate Fontegara, Venice. ☛ Gleason, Harold (), edited by Catharine Crozier Size: KB. wish; for instance, 'Parthenia' and 'Parthenia In-Violata' could also be considered to belong to category (2) since both seem originally to have been prepared as wedding presents. But in practice they have been very useful, and further research since I has not led me to wish to modify their definitions or add to their number.

Parthenia in-Violata or Mayden-Musicke () B2a (i) Coranto Composed By – John Bull: B2b (ii) The King's Morisck: B2c (iii) The Duchess Of Brunswick's Toy Composed By – John Bull: Musicall Humors Composed By – Tobias Hume () B3a (i) Touch Me Lightly: B3b (ii) Harke, Harke: B3c (iii) A Souldiers Resolution: B4: My Jewel Composed By 5/5(1).

Parthenia Inviolata - Parthenia Inviolata, or Mayden-Musicke for the Virginalls and Bass-Viol is the second book of keyboard music printed in England, containing twenty pieces scored for virginal and bass 4/5(2).

(The saucy lads named their sequel volume of Parthenia In-Violata, adding parts for bass viol.) Besides being a cad chased from England’s shores for his adulterous behaviour, John Bull’s distinction in this great triumvirate is of being the crazy virtuoso, writing in technical demands that no dainty Saturday-night player can hope to.

A Book of Chime Pieces for Organ (Various) A Book of Piano Duets (Various) Book of Psalms, hymns, spiritual songs with tunes (Various) The Boston Collection of Instrumental Music (Various) Brainards' Instrumental Guitar Folio No.1 (Various) The Brethren Hymnal (Various) The Brethren's Tune and Hymn Book (Various).

Oblong Format in Early Music Books By D. KRUMMEL M USICAL notation requires more space than a literary text. It is usually read more slowly (the rough approximation of a minute a page for books is, generally, a half to one-fifth of the time required for a page of music), and it is read at the fixed pace specified by the tempo of the music.

Orlando Gibbons, from Benjamin Cosyn's Virginal; Book; Fantasia for organ; Christopher Simpson, from The Division-Violist () Prelude and Divisions in E minorWilliam Corkine: New Descants upon old Grounds The Punckes Delight; Coranto I Coranto II; Walsingham; Bull, Hume, Anon.

Parthenia in - Violata or Mayden-Musicke ( or ) John. book would undoubtedly have been popular, and the playing technique it presumably described - that of the English virginalists (as can be reconstructed from their manuscripts) - did not become seriously outmoded during the following century, no copies survive.

Although neither Parthenia nor its successor, Parthenia Inviolata contains any. This is going to be my first concert in Tallinn. I am very excited also about the brand-new program with English music of the early 17th Century from both ''Parthenia'' and ''Parthenia inviolata'' books, that I will perform together with my partner Darius Stabinskas.

William Inglott, also written Inglot (/4 - buried 31 December ) was an English organist and composer of the Elizabethan era, mostly associated with Norwich Cathedral. His father Edmund Inglott was the organist at Norwich Cathedral, and William retained a strong connection to the cathedral for the rest of his career - first as a chorister (–8), later as Lay Clerk from.

The majority of compositions written through the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance are by people long forgotten, and attribution often remains a problem.

In fact, it is not known who was responsible. Read Full Biography. The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.

Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero".

For example, in the Mulliner Book, compiled by an organist, Thomas Mulliner, (), containing twenty-one pieces by Byrd, Bull, and Gibbons, and its sequel, Parthenia In-violata or Mayden-Musicke for the Virginalls and Bass-Viol(c. ), containing twenty anonymous pieces.

The chief reason why so little was published was almost certainly. Virginalist denotes a composer of the so-called virginalist school, and usually refers to the English keyboard composers of the late Tudor and early Jacobean periods. The term does not appear to have been applied earlier than the 19th century.

Although the virginals was among the most popular keyboard instruments of this period, there is no evidence that the composers wrote. Unlike its prequel Parthenia or the Maydenhead of the First Musicke that Ever was Printed for the Virginalls (–13), Parthenia in-violata contains neither pavans nor galliards, nor even fantasias; its mostly anonymous content is made up of more fashionable dances (such as almains) and settings of masque tunes.

Get this from a library. Sources of Irish Traditional Music c. An Annotated Catalogue of Prints and Manuscripts, [Aloys Fleischman]. ENGLISH LUTE BOOKS - COLLECTION - The Willoughby Lute Book ENGLISH LUTE BOOKS - Dowland, R. - A Varietie of Lute Lessons, PARTHENIA - Parthenia - first musicke that ever was printed for the Virginalls PARTHENIA - Parthenia - Parthenia In-Violata PASQUALI - Pasquali - Thorough Bass Made Easy ().

Dart, Thurston (Book) Most widely held works by Thurston Dart The interpretation of music by Thurston Dart (Book Parthenia in-violata: or, Mayden-musicke, for the virginalls and bass-viol by Robert Hole. The Music Division's Patron Saint, Katharine Drexel May 2, On Sunday, the first of October, in Rome, Pope John Paul II presided over the ceremony that would elevate Philadelphia born Katharine Drexel to : George Boziwick.

Parthenia Parthenia In-Violata Or Mayden-Musicke For The Virginalls And Bass Viol. New York Public Library: New York, Oblong octavo. 44 pp. of facsimile + 43 pp.

of notes by Thurston Dart, Richard J. Wolfe and Sydney Beck. Buckram boards. As new. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Oxford Psalms - Charivari Agréable on AllMusic - - The presentation of this disc sells short what is 9/ Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Treasury of English Madrigals - Amaryllis Consort on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Treasury of English Madrigals - Amaryllis Consort on AllMusic - (Parthenia In-Violata or Mayden-Musicke for the Virginalls and.

anon.: Miserere, from Parthenia in-violata (c) Blow: As on Euphrates' shady banks; Bryne: Voluntary in A; Child, W: I Will give thanks unto Thee, Psalm IX; Child, W: In the Lord I put my trust, Psalm XI; Child, W: Why doth the Heathen so furiously rage, Psalm II; Child, W: Why standest thou so far off, Psalm: X5/5.

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He delineates those works intended for ensemble that have sometimes been construed as keyboard works, such as Parthenia In-Violata, but chooses to include others that appear to be keyboard versions of consort works. Most intriguing among these are two works for which Brown also reconstructs consort versions in appendix III.Initial visibility: currently defaults to autocollapse To set this template's initial visibility, the |state= parameter may be used: |state=collapsed: {{Renaissance music manuscript sources|state=collapsed}} to show the template collapsed, i.e., hidden apart from its title bar |state=expanded: {{Renaissance music manuscript sources|state=expanded}} to show the .This was the first book printed in Eng?

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