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Weelkes

Thomas. ?1575--1623, English composer of madrigals
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Alwes concludes the chapter by discussing the more syllabic English-texted anthems of the Anglican Church, represented principally by Orlando Gibbons (Hosanna to the Son of David) but also by Tallis, Weelkes, and Thomas Tomkins (When David Heard).
so] many texts Weelkes set echo Shakespeare that some people
Music composed and arranged by Laura Jeppesen, after works by William Lawes, Matthew Locke, and Thomas Weelkes.
There are all the favourites: Bach, Stanford, Parry, Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Holst, plus some less well-known names such as Bairstow, Morley, Cavendish and Weelkes.
In the same small town, by the church where the Hilliard Ensemble sing canticles by Tallis, Weelkes, Blow, Byrd and other English masters, there is a memorial to Dorothea Silburne, an Englishwoman known as the 'Mother of the French Clergy' for her role in smuggling priests to safety in England during the Revolution.
Smith mines an impressive number of sources for his evidence, from William Baldwin's Beware the Cat (1584) to the musical settings of street-vendors' cries by Thomas Weelkes and others.
Concordia's Crye (Metronome MET CD 1020, rec 1997) is a collection of `Musical tears and meditations', including pieces by Holborne, Johnson, Lawes, Stonings, Sumarte, Tallis, Tye and Weelkes alongside Hume's Lamentations and I am melancholy.
1623 Muere, en la ciudad de Londres, el compositor y organista de la catedral de Chichester, Thomas Weelkes, a la edad de 47 anos.
For England the usual litany of Italian-related musical developments normally begins - limiting discussion to the seventeenth century - with the generation of the madrigalists, who benefited from the presence of Italian music prints in England: Italian madrigals were Englished and then a whole new corpus of English madrigals was created by Morley, Weelkes, Wilbye and others.
At 11am, the choir will sing Weelkes Short Service setting of the Venite and the anthem will be O Lord, in my wrath, by Gibbons.
It includes all of the known works of Nicholas Carleton, and other works by Thomas Weelkes, John Wilbye, Edmund Hooper, Edward Gibbons, John Holmes, John Bardet, Thomas Mudd, Thomas Tomkins, John Tomkins, George Kennedy, Richard Clarke, Elway Bevins (in appendix II), Leonard Woodson, and Thomas Woodson (in appendix II).