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William Byrd: Mass For Four Voices


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass (SATB)
Composer: William Byrd
Series: Chester Books Of Motets
Catalogue #: CH08803
ISBN: 9780711924512
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This sacred work is a rousing and expansive mass written by English Elizabethan musician William Byrd. This is the definitive score for this masterpiece of Tudor polyphony has been edited by Henry Washington, with reference to the original part-books in the British Museum. This has been set for a mixed choir of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.



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Mass For Four Voices

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Customer Rating This is the definitive version (The Chester Music Edition) of Byrd's Four Part Mass, as edited by Henry Washington. It is widely regarded as the most accurate restructuring for modern use by many musicologists world-wide. It meets the practical demands of the modern day choir, and meets the previously questioned textual problems of earlier editions by referring to the original part books in the British Museum. This has left the user with a clear difference between editorial suggestions and the original text. It is a must-have edition of a prominent piece of late renaissance polyphony and I cannot recommend it too highly!
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Format: Vocal Score
Length: 40 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music

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