William Mundy (c.1528-1591)


William Mundy was a chorister at Westminster Abbey and later became a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal. He composed music in both English and Latin and large-scale works in a variety of genres have survived, such as his Evening Service “In medio chori” and Vox Patris caelestis, arguably his finest work. Whilst we do not know a great deal about his life, he was held in high regard by his contemporaries and the scribe Robert Dow even compared him to William Byrd in verse:

Moon day:
As the light of the moon follows close on the sun
So you after Byrd, Mundy, next do come.

William Mundy Adolescentulus sum ego image
William Mundy In aeternum image
William Mundy Sive vigilem image

Adolescentulus sum ego – ATTBarBB or SAATBB

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In aeternum –

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Sive vigilem –

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Videte miraculum –

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Vox Patris caelestis –

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