Music and the Reformation in England 1549-1660

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CUP Archive, 1978 M12 14 - 454 pages
In the years following the Act of Uniformity in 1549, musicians seemed to thrive on the challenge of the New Prayer Book, and the successive reigns of Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I bought a rich and varied repertory of vernacular church music. Peter Le Huray traces these developments in great detail, drawing on many contemporary sources to illuminate the music and its social and religious background.

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Contents

Some of the Wealthier Monastic Houses c 1535 page
3
The Sarum and English Processions Compared
6
Cathedral Choirs of the New Foundation
14
Cathedral Choirs of the Old Foundation
15
s Other Choral Foundations
16
The English and Sarum Forms of Service Compared
20
some Rubrics from the 1549
27
The Elizabethan Settlement
41
Some Sixteenth and Early SeventeenthCentury Preces Psalms Responses and Litanies
161
Edwardian and Early Elizabethan Church Music
172
The Wanley PartBooks
173
Edwardian and Early Elizabethan Services and Anthems
183
Tallis English Compositions
195
Tyes English Compositions
201
Shepherds English Compositions
206
Mundys English Compositions
210

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56
The Chapel Royal Choir during the Reigns of Edward VI Mary Tudor and Elizabeth I
68
The Funeral of James I 1625
73
The Major Liturgical Sources of preRestoration Services and Anthems
91
PostRestoration Manuscripts
95
The Main Secular Sources of preRestoration Anthems
98
a Comparison of some Primary and Secondary Sources of Music by Tallis and Byrd
104
Some Performance Problems
113
S Trends and Influences
135
the order of Common Prayer
157
Early Verse Anthems and Full Anthems
224
The Younger Contemporaries of Byrd 15431623
228
The Anthems of William Byrd
239
Morleys Anthems and Services in Verse Style
254
Anthems by Edmund Hooper
259
Thomas Tomkins and his Contemporaries
274
William Child his Contemporaries and the Stile
340
Published for the recreation of all such
370
Bibliography
427
Index
443
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