|Statement||transcribed and edited by John Morehen.|
|Series||Early English church music -- 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 score (143 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
Consort Lessons, Book 1 Alt ernative. Title The First Booke of Consort Lessons, made by divers exquisite Authors, for 6 Instruments to play together, the Treble Lute, the Pandora, the Cittern, the Base-Violl, the Flute & Treble Violl Composer Morley, Thomas: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. ITM 85 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 25 pieces First Composer: Morley, Thomas. Thomas Morley has 58 books on Goodreads with 88 ratings. Thomas Morley’s most popular book is A Plain and Easy Introduction to Practical Music. Compositions by: Morley, Thomas. The following 91 pages are in this category, out of 91 total. – All (91) 🔊 – Recordings (3) 𝐍 – Naxos (29) S – Scores (56) P – Parts (40) A – Arrangements and Transcriptions (66) About the may-pole new. Aire for 3 Viols. April is in My Mistress' Face. Arise, Get up My Deere. Besides a fountain. Book 1 is a lead-in to Book 2 and was probably intended to establish interest in the subject of Book 2. The narrative form of Book 1 is a conversation of Hythloday with Thomas More and Peter Giles, and of Book 2 the form is a monologue by Hythloday/5().
Thomas Morley was admitted Batchelor in Music at Oxford, , and became Gentleman of the Royal Chapels to Queen Elizabeth, in He publish'd a learned Treatise in , entitled A Plain and Easy Introduction to Practical Musicke, which he dedicated to William Bird, who had been his Master. He died in Book of Thomas RASPIN & Sarah MORLEY Thomas RASPIN was born about at Legsby, Market Rasen in Lincolnshire, England and christened on the 12th January, His parents were John RASPIN and Arabella HOODLASS. Thomas Morley, though born the obscure son of a Norwich brewer, rose over the course of his life to centrality in nearly every aspect of Elizabethan musical no records of his early training survive, he apparently studied with William Byrd, as the dedication of his theoretical treatise A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke () calls Byrd his "Master.". The book was dedicated to Byrd,'in all love and affection to you, your most addicted Thomas Morley.' Behind it was Morley's long experience with cathedral choirs, now infused with his addiction to everything Italian. 4. Morley crowned his career by editing the famous Triumphs of Oriana in This was the culmination of the cult of the Queen.
This First Book of Consort Lessons, published by Morley, includes music by Peter Phillips, Richard Alison, John Dowland, Orlando Gibbons, William Byrd, Daniel Bachiler, and an anonymous composer, as well as Morley himself. The pieces include arrangements of madrigals, including Morley's famous "Now is the month of May" and Dowland's "Can she Price: $ Thomas Morley: The First Book of Canzonets to Two Voices, -- Sweet Nymph, Come to Thy Lover Alfred Deller, Mark Deller (Counter Tenors) & Ensemble of Baroque Instruments Deller Vol. 4. The Renaissance composer and organist Thomas Morley (c) is best known as a leading member of the English Madrigal School, but he also built a significant business as a music publisher. This book looks at Morley's pioneering contribution to music publishing in England, inspired by an established music printing culture in continental Pages: THOMAS MORLEY ( - ) Morley contributed significantly to the development of the English madrigal, which was based on Italian models. He was probably a pupil of William Byrd, to whom he dedicated his popular book A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke, published in Morley was employed at St Paul’s in London and became a Gentleman of .