William Byrd (c.1540-1623)

 

Byrd is arguably the finest English composer of the late 16th century. His first known employment was as Organist of Lincoln Cathedral and then, in 1572, he was made a Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal on the death of Robert Parsons. He was fined for Recusancy (refusal to attend Anglican services) on multiple occasions and some of his Latin-texted motets can be interpreted as coded messages to Recusant communities. Despite this, he also wrote a great deal of sacred music in English for the new Anglican Church as well as secular and instrumental music.

Ad Dominum cum tribularer – SSAATTBB

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Attollite portas
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Audivi vocem
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Domine, quis habitabit AATTBarBarBBB or SSAATTBBB

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Ecce virgo concipiet –
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Ego sum panis vivus –
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Hodie beata Virgo –
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In resurrectione tua –
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Laudate pueri Dominum – ATTBarBarB or SAATTB

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Memento homo – ATTBarBarB or SAATTB

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Miserere mihi Domine – ATTBarBarB or SAATTB

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O magnum mysterium –
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O quam suavis est, Domine –
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O salutaris hostia a4 –
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O salutaris hostia a6 – ATTBarBarB or SAATTB

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Puer natus est nobis –
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Quomodo cantabimus –
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Rorate caeli desuper –
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Vigilate –
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Hodie Simon Petrus – AATTBarB or SSAATB

Spiritus Domini – AATBarB or SSATB

Tribue Domine – SATTBarB

Tu es Petrus – AATTBarB or SSATTB

Veni Sancte Spiritus – AATBarB or SSATB