Singers.com

In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument

Home | Doo Wop | Barbershop | World | Contemporary | Christian | Vocal Jazz | Choral | Christmas | Instructional | Arrangements

William Byrd

William Byrd

Born: 1540 Died: 1623

William Byrd (1540? - July 4, 1623) was the most celebrated of early English composers. His entire life was marked by contradictions; as a true Renaissance man, he did not fit easily into categories. He lived well into the seventeenth century without writing songs in the new Baroque fashion, but his superbly constructed keyboard works marked the beginning of the Baroque organ and harpsichord style. Although he was nominally an Anglican court composer for much of his life, he spent his last years composing for the Roman liturgy, and died in relative obscurity. In the anti-Catholic frenzy following the 1605 Gunpowder Plot, some of his music was banned in England under penalty of imprisonment; some of it-such as the Short Service-has been sung in English cathedrals uninterrupted for the past four centuries.

Like most promising young musicians in Renaissance Europe, Byrd began his career at an early age. A recently discovered legal document claims that he was born in 1540 (or perhaps late in 1539), not in 1543 as some biographers had thought and some still do believe. He almost certainly sang in the Chapel Royal during Mary Tudor's reign (1553-1558), "bred up to music under Thomas Tallis." This places him in the best choir in England during his impressionable teenage years, alongside the finest musicians of his day, who were brought in from all over the British Isles, from the Netherlands, even from Spain. "Bloody Mary" spent her brief reign overreacting to the excesses of Protestant austerity under her predecessor Edward VI. One of the more pleasant aspects of this was her taste for elaborate Latin church music. Byrd seems to have thrived on the exuberant, creative atmosphere: one manuscript from Queen Mary's chapel includes a musical setting of a long psalm for Vespers, with eight verses each by leading court composers Mundy and Sheppard, and four verses by the young Byrd. They must have recognized his talent and invited him to work with them as an equal.

He was eighteen years old when Mary died and the staunchly Protestant Queen Elizabeth succeeded her. The sudden change may well have driven him away from court. He shows up again in his mid-twenties as organist and choirmaster of Lincoln Cathedral, where the clergy apparently had to reprimand him for playing at excessive length during services. After being named a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in 1572, a well-paying job with considerable privileges attached to it, he moved back to London. He worked there as a singer, composer and organist for more than two decades. Just after his appointment, he and Tallis obtained a joint printing license from Queen Elizabeth. He published three collections of Latin motets or Cantiones Sacrae, one (in 1575) with the collaboration of his teacher and two (in 1589 and 1591) by himself after the older man had died. Alongside these, he brought out two substantial anthologies of music in English, Psalmes, Sonets and Songs in 1588 and Songs of Sundrie Natures in 1589. He also wrote a large amount of Anglican church music for the Chapel Royal, including such masterpieces as the ten-voice Great Service and well-known anthems such as Sing joyfully. In 1593 he moved with his family to the small village of Stondon Massey in Essex, and spent the remaining thirty years of his life there, devoting himself more and more to music for the Roman liturgy. He published his three famous settings of the Mass Ordinary between 1592 and 1595, and followed them in 1605 and 1607 with his two books of Gradualia, an elaborate year-long musical cycle. He died on July 4, 1623, and is buried in an unmarked grave in the Stondon churchyard.

Every stage of Byrd's musical career was affected by the political and religious controversies of his day. When a law was passed in 1534 establishing Henry VIII as "the only Supreme Head in earth of the Church of England," liturgy and church music took on new importance. In such volatile times, the outward practices of worship were often the only touchstone for inward loyalty-and in the new English church, disloyalty to the established religion was also disloyalty to the state. This point was not lost on the obsessively political Tudor regime. Lex orandi, lex credendi-how people worship reflects, even determines, what they believe-was a theological commonplace of the era, and public prayer was, as it had been for centuries in pre-Reformation England, inextricably linked with music-making. One of the first steps taken by the Reformers was the revision of all books of worship and the establishment of a new, simplified musical style. By the time Byrd joined the Chapel Royal in the 1570s, the rules had relaxed somewhat, and he could produce elaborate works for what was still the best-funded and most famous choir in the country. Even as he won fame for his Anglican music, though, he was writing bitter Latin motets, many of them publicly printed in his books of Cantiones, about the plight of the English Catholic community. At some point, he tired of compromise and left the court, keeping his position at the Chapel in absentia. He never returned to live in London. He continued to write secular songs, madrigals, and keyboard pieces until the end of his life, but his later church music, composed during the years in Essex, is exclusively Latin.

The three Masses and the two books of Gradualia, published over fifteen years, were Byrd's major contribution to the Roman rite. It was written for the intimate, even secretive, atmosphere of domestic worship, to be performed for a small group of skilled amateurs (which included women, according to contemporary accounts) and heard by a small congregation. Although such worship could be dangerous-even a capital offense in some cases-Byrd went further than merely providing music. There are many records of his participation in illegal services. A Jesuit missionary describes a country house in Berkshire in 1586:

The gentleman was also a skilled musician, and had an organ and other musical instruments and choristers, male and female, members of his household. During these days it was just as if we were celebrating an uninterrupted Octave of some great feast. Mr. Byrd, the very famous English musician and organist, was among the company.

In view of such events, it is astonishing that he was allowed to live as a free man, much less keep his office in the Chapel Royal and the benefices associated with it. Shortly after the Gunpowder Plot was uncovered in November 1605, an unfortunate traveller was arrested in a London pub in possession of 'certain papistical books written by William Byrd, and dedicated to Lord Henry Howard, earl of Northampton'-an unmistakable reference to the first set of Gradualia. The man was thrown into Newgate prison, one of the most notorious prisons in England. Byrd and his family suffered no such treatment, but court records show him involved in endless lawsuits, mostly over his right to own property, and paying heavy fines. The reputation he had built as a young man in London, and the patronage of the Queen, must have helped him through his later years.

Artists often claimed a sort of vocational immunity to the controversies of their age - John Taverner, implicated in the radical Oxford Protestant movement of the late 1520s, escaped a heresy trial with the plea that he was "but a musician"-but the simple act of creating religious art put them in the center of the fray. Byrd was talented and fortunate enough to continue his work, and to gain the esteem of nearly all his contemporaries. Henry Peacham reflected the public opinion when he wrote, just a few months before the composer's death, in his Compleat Gentleman:

Featured Items (See Related Items.)

Displaying 1-13 of 13 items.


William Byrd : Collection Vol 1 : Mixed 5-8 Parts : Sheet Music : William Byrd

William Byrd : Collection Vol 1

Review: The greatest English composer of his generation, comparable in stature to his most distinguished continental contemporaries, William Byrd was a versatile composer. Byrd's compositions for the church may be separated into those for the Catholic liturgy and those designed for the officially recognised Church of England. The first category includes settings of the Mass for three, four and five voices, and a large quantity of other works for the various seasons of the church year. Well-known for his keyboard works here are a collection of his a cappella arrangements that have has been sung in English cathedrals uninterrupted for the past four centuries.

Songlist: Non Nobis Domine, Haec Dies, Justorum Animae, Laetentur Caeli

More details
8053b | Sheet Music $6.95 | Mixed 5-8 Parts add item to cart Early Music Vocal Arrangements


William Byrd : Collection Vol 2 : SATB : Sheet Music : William Byrd

William Byrd : Collection Vol 2

Review: The greatest English composer of his generation, comparable in stature to his most distinguished continental contemporaries, William Byrd was a versatile composer. Byrd's compositions for the church may be separated into those for the Catholic liturgy and those designed for the officially recognised Church of England. The first category includes settings of the Mass for three, four and five voices, and a large quantity of other works for the various seasons of the church year. Well-known for his keyboard works here are a collection of his a cappella arrangements that have has been sung in English cathedrals uninterrupted for the past four centuries. For SATB choir.

Songlist: O Magnum Mysterium, Prevent Us, O Lord, Rorate Caeli Desuper, Ave Verum Corpus, Exsurge Domine

More details
8054b | Sheet Music $9.95 | SATB add item to cart Early Music Vocal Arrangements


Tallis Scholars : Byrd - Playing Elizabeth's Tune : DVD : William Byrd : GIMDN 902

Tallis Scholars : Byrd - Playing Elizabeth's Tune

Review: Focusing on the life and works of William Byrd, this DVD has a playing time of over 3 hours and includes filmed performances by The Tallis Scholars, a documentary on the composer and over 50 minutes of bonus audio tracks. The filmed performances feature over 70 minutes of sacred music by Elizabeth I's favourite composer including the Mass for 4 Voices and Ave verum corpus. It is performed by candlelight in the beautiful surrounds of Tewkesbury Abbey and recorded in genuine surround sound. In a seventy-minute documentary produced for the BBC, Charles Hazlewood further explores the life and music of William Byrd and the troubled times that produced some of the most intimate and passionate sacred music ever written. Bonus audio tracks including Byrd's Mass for 5 voices and Mass for 3 voices result in the complete audio recordings of Byrd's Masses being available on this one DVD.

Songlist: Mass For 4 Voices, Ave verum corpus, Diffusa est gratia, Magnificat, Ne irascaris, Nunc dimittis, O Make Thy Servant, Elizabeth, Prevent Us, O Lord, Tristitia et Anxietas, Vigilate, Mass For 5 Voices, Mass for 3 Voices, Tribune Domine

More details
7875dvd | DVD $29.98 add item to cart Choral Performance DVDs


Philippe de Monte and William Byrd : Super flumina Babylonis and Quomodo Cantabimus : SSAATTBB : 01 Songbook : William Byrd : 9780193868175 : 9780193868175

Philippe de Monte and William Byrd : Super flumina Babylonis and Quomodo Cantabimus

Review: Phillipe de Monte wrote Super flumina Babylonis (By the streams of Babylon, there we sat and wept) and sent it to William Byrd who responded by setting the subsequent verses of the psalm text Quomodo Cantabimus (How shall we sing the Lord's song in a foreign land). This edition allows these wonderful pieces to be sung as a unit or separately.

Songlist: Super flumina Babylonis, Quomodo Cantabimus

More details
9635b | Songbook $7.95 | SSAATTBB add item to cart Arrangements for 8 Parts


William Byrd : Five Sacred Choral Works : SATB divisi : 01 Songbook : William Byrd : 888680612139 : 00158231

William Byrd : Five Sacred Choral Works

Review: William Byrd (c.1540-1623) is one of the giants of the English Renaissance, composing sacred polyphony for both Anglican and Catholic rites. This collection provides well-edited, clean editions at an excellent value, and includes: Exsurge, Domine; Haec Dies; Laudibus in sanctis; Praise Our Lord, All Ye Gentiles; Sing Joyfully.

Songlist: Sing Joyfully, Exsurge, Domine, Haec, Dies, Laudibus In Sanctis, Praise Our Lord, All Ye Gentiles

More details
4264b | Songbook $7.95 | SATB divisi add item to cart Early Music Vocal Arrangements


William Byrd : Four Motets for All Saints : SATB : 01 Songbook : William Byrd : 0193953420

William Byrd : Four Motets for All Saints

Review: William Byrd's Mass Proper for the feast of All Saints is beautifully arranged for unaccompanied mixed voices by Sally Dunkly.

Songlist: Mass Of Propers For The Feast Of Old Saints, Introit, Gradual & Alleluia, Offertory, Communion

More details
9356b | Songbook $6.95 | SATB add item to cart Early Music Vocal Arrangements


Cambridge Singers : Byrd: Motets and Anthems : 00  1 CD : John Rutter : William Byrd : 507

Cambridge Singers : Byrd: Motets and Anthems

Review: This recording presents a selection of fifteen of the 150 or so Latin motets and three of the dozens of English anthems that, between them, form the greater part of the life's work of William Byrd (1543-1623), the greatest English composer of his era. The chosen motets and anthems represent just some of the many facets of Byrd's sacred music, now recognized after three centuries of neglect as among the most glorious every written for choir.

Songlist: Sing Joyfully, Turn our captivity , Praise our Lord, all ye Gentiles, Emendemus in Melius, Siderum Rector , Plorans plorabit , Visita, quaesumus Domine, Attollite portas, Laudibus in Sanctis, Gaudeamus omnes , Ave Verum Corpus, Veni, Sancte Spiritus, Christus resurgens , Solve iubente Deo, O Magnum Mysterium, Non vos relinquam, O quam suavis, Justorum animae

More details
6999c | 1 CD $11.98 add item to cart Early Music CDs


Cardinall's Musick : The Byrd Edition Vol 1 : 00  1 CD : Andrew Carwood : William Byrd : GAU 170

Cardinall's Musick : The Byrd Edition Vol 1

Review: The Byrd Edition is a long-term project that is one of the most comprehensive ever undertaken in the early music field: some 20 CDs that will cover the complete works of William Byrd. The music will be freshly edited and sources re-examined by David Skinner. The Cardinall's Musick under Andrew Carwood has gained a formidable reputation in bringing the neglected masterworks of the English Renaissance to a wider public. These have included the festal Masses of Ludford and the complete works of Fayrfax, the excellence of which was recognized by the winning of a prestigious Gramophone Award. The whole project is divided between the Latin Church Music, the Secular Songs and Consort Music, and the English Church Music. Volume 1 is the first of the Latin Church Music discs, which provides a chronological survey of Byrd's surviving Latin motets to the Cantiones Sacrae of 1591, interspersed with a liturgical survey of the Gradualia. Thus this first CD includes the Gradualia propers for Lady Mass in Advent, the Lamentations, the exquisite penitential motet Peccavi super numerum and the great 9-part psalm setting for men's voices Domine quis habitabit.

Songlist: Domine Quis Habitabit, Omni Tempore Benedic Deum, Christe Redemptor Omnium, Sermone Blando, Miserere, Ne Perdas cum Impiis, De Lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae, Rorate Caeli, Tollite Portas / Ave Maria, Ecce Virgo, Alma Redemptoris Mater, Christe qui lux es (a5), Christe qui lux es (a4), Sanctus, Audivi Vocem de Caelo, Vide Dominum Quoniam Tribulor, Peccavi Super Numerum

More details
6501c | 1 CD $15.98 add item to cart Early Music CDs


Chanticleer : Music For A Hidden Chapel : 00  1 CD : Joseph Jennings : William Byrd : HCX 3955182

Chanticleer : Music For A Hidden Chapel

Review: William Byrd and his teacher, Thomas Tallis, were inarguably the greatest composers of Elizabethan England. The primary vehicle for royally-sanctioned musicians of the court was liturgical, and in the court of Elizabeth that would mean settings for Anglican services. However, Byrd was a committed Catholic who nonetheless wrote these masses, motets and antiphons for published volumes titled "Gradualia," volumes I and II. This insurgent act apparently went uncensured, and it is these a cappella works that Chanticleer has recorded here. Given that they would not be performed publicly in a church setting by a large choir, the arrangements are intimate. They are each in the same mode and clef, which therefore creates a mood unbroken, a continuity of feeling that is quietly moving.

Songlist: In tempore Paschali, Regina Caeli, In Assumptione Beatae Mariae, Ave Regina Caelorum, Salve Regina

More details
6307c | 1 CD $9.98 add item to cart Men's Choirs CDs


Dunedin Consort : In Chains of Gold - Byrd, Tallis : 00  1 CD : William Byrd : 34008

Dunedin Consort : In Chains of Gold - Byrd, Tallis

Review: Critically acclaimed, this is a recording of William Byrd's Mass for Five Voices, five part motets by Byrd and Thomas Tallis. All the works on this disk are gems of Late Renaissance composition and are beautifully recorded and sung by this young Scottish group who have become one of Scotland's leading performers of Early Music.

Songlist: Byrd Prelude In C, O Nada Lux, Laetentur Coeli , Salvator Mundi , Organ Hymn, Mass 5, Kyrie, Gloria, Plainsong, Credo, Sursome Corda, Sanctus, Benedictus, Pax Dominus, Agnes Dei, Organ Hymn, Gaudemus Omnes, O Scrum Convivium, Justorum Animae

More details
8386c | 1 CD $15.98 add item to cart Mixed Choirs CDs


King's Singers : English Renaissance : 00  1 CD : William ByrdTallis, Thomas  : 09026680042-1 : 09026680042

King's Singers : English Renaissance

Review: Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) was the most influential English composer in his day. He lived at Court from 1543 until his death. He survived the coming into dominance of Protestantism during Edward VI's reign, the restoration of Catholicism under Mary in 1553 and the tumultous tussle leading to the Elizabethan Settlement which devised a new church establishment then dominant for nearly a hundred years. Throughout these changes Tallis continued to write choral liturgical music in both the older Latin motet style and the newer English anthem style. His greatest student was William Byrd (1543-1623) who pushed the authorities with his staunch Catholicism but was such a brilliant composer that he never received more than a heavy fine. Elizabeth awarded them the exclusive rights to publish music in her realm, effectively creating a monopoly. The King's Singers bring us a sampling of the huge output from these two most influential composers, including both motets and anthems. These are performed for the joy of those who love renaissance music, with the musical perfection expected of the best.

Songlist: Haec Dies, Te Lucis Ante Terminum, Beata Viscera Mariae Virginis, Ave Verum Corpus, Vigilate, Viri Galilaei, Te Lucis Ante Terminum, Lamentations Of Jeremiah, First Set, Lamentations Of Jeremiah, Second Set, If Ye Love Me, O Lord, Make Thy Servant Elizabeth, Our Queen, Sing Joyfully, Laudibus In Sanctis

More details
6125c | 1 CD $16.98 add item to cart Early Music CDs


Oxford Camerata : William Byrd : 00  1 CD : Jeremy Summerly : William Byrd : 8.550574

Oxford Camerata : William Byrd

Review: The early 1580s marked an important change in the sacred music of William Byrd, just as they did in the history of Catholicism in England. Many of the Latin motets of the 1580s, collected in two volumes of Cantiones sacrae, set words about the Babylonian Exile, charged with penitential ecstasy. These are non-liturgical works - indeed the text of Infelix ego draws on the Bible only indirectly through the pen of savonarola. The words, written as that Catholic puritan demagogue awaited execution in Florence, reflect on his own personal guilt and the redemptive pity of God. They stimulate Byrd's wide technical resources, from two- and three-part writing to complex six-part polyphony to dramatic homophony, the whole reminiscent of the vast Marian antiphons of Christopher Tye or William Mundy. By contrast, the Mass settings are compact and controlled. They belong to a later period, when Byrd's response to his circumstances had changed from the impassioned to the practical; the Gradualia represent an attempt to set music for the entire Catholic liturgy, and the Masses may have been linked to the same project.

Songlist: Mass for Four Voices:, -Kyrie, -Gloria, -Credo, -Sanctus, -Agnus Dei, Infelix ego, Mass for Five Voices, -Kyrie, -Gloria, -Credo, -Sanctus, -Agnus Dei

More details
8753c | 1 CD $9.95 add item to cart Early Music CDs


Quink Vocal Ensemble : William Byrd Choral Music : 00  1 CD : William Byrd : 1031

Quink Vocal Ensemble : William Byrd Choral Music

Review: Acclaimed Dutch vocal ensembles sings the cappella works of William Byrd including The Mass For Four Voices.

Songlist: Mass for Four Voices, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Kyrie, Benedictus, Agnes Dei, Come to me rief for ever, Retire my soul, Come help O God, Prevent us O Lord, Cibavit eos, Ave verum corpus, Confirma hoc deus, Lustorum animae

More details
5986c | 1 CD $15.95 add item to cart Dutch Choral Music

Related Items ( See Featured Items )

Displaying 1-50 of 257 items.

Song NameArrangerComposerArtistItem TitleFormatTrax
-Agnus DeiWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-Agnus DeiWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-CredoWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-CredoWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-GloriaWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-GloriaWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-KyrieWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-KyrieWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-SanctusWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
-SanctusWilliam ByrdOxford CamerataWilliam Byrd 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
- Kyrie (from the Mass for Four Voices)William ByrdUniversity of Miami ChoraleLove Of My Soul 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
A Fancie William ByrdKing's SingersTreason & Discord 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnes DeiWilliam ByrdDunedin ConsortIn Chains of Gold - Byrd, Tallis 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnes DeiWilliam ByrdQuink Vocal EnsembleWilliam Byrd Choral Music 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnes Dei from Mass for Four VoicesWilliam ByrdVoces8A Choral Tapestry 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnus Dei William ByrdSt. Olaf ChoirA Choral Tapestry 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnus Dei (from the Mass for Four Voices)William ByrdUniversity of Miami ChoraleLove Of My Soul 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnus Dei (from the Mass of Four Voices) CantabileWilliam ByrdCantabile - The London QuartetMadrigal to McCartney 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnus Dei from Mass for 4 voices William ByrdKing's SingersTreason & Discord 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Agnus Dei from Mass For Four VoicesWilliam ByrdSixteenAn Easter CelebrationDVDMORE DETAILS 
Alleluia, Haec DiesWilliam ByrdCambridge SingersBrother Sun, Sister Moon 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Alma Redemptoris MaterWilliam ByrdCardinall's MusickThe Byrd Edition Vol 1 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Attollite portasWilliam ByrdCambridge SingersByrd: Motets and Anthems 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Audivi Vocem de CaeloWilliam ByrdCardinall's MusickThe Byrd Edition Vol 1 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Maria (Gradualia I)William ByrdStile AnticoPuer Natus Est - Tudor Music for Advent and ChristmasSACDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Regina CaelorumWilliam ByrdChanticleerMusic For A Hidden Chapel 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave VerumWilliam ByrdSt. Olaf ChoirChoral Masterworks Series Vol 2 (2CD) 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave VerumWilliam ByrdSt John's College Choir, CambridgeAlbum of 19 Favourites 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum William ByrdSt John's College Choir, CambridgeAve Verum - Popular Choral ClassicsDVDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdKing's SingersEnglish Renaissance 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdCambridge SingersFaire Is The Heaven 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdCambridge SingersByrd: Motets and Anthems 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum corpusWilliam ByrdTrinity ChoirSounds of Light 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum corpusWilliam ByrdChoir of King's College, CambridgeGreat Choral Classics 2 CDsMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum corpusWilliam ByrdTallis ScholarsByrd - Playing Elizabeth's TuneDVDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdVoices of AscensionBeyond Chant: Mysteries of the Renaissance 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusMorehen, JohnWilliam ByrdWilliam ByrdCollection Vol 2Sheet MusicMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdNew York PolyphonyTudor City 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdSt. Olaf ChoirRepertoire for Mixed Voices Vol. II 2 CDsMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum corpusWilliam ByrdChoir of Clare CollegeReflection 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum CorpusWilliam ByrdGents16th Century English Choral Music 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave verum corpusWilliam ByrdQuink Vocal EnsembleWilliam Byrd Choral Music 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdVarious ComposersFive Centuries of Choral Music Vol 2SongbookMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum CorpusMatthew Michaels, editorWilliam ByrdAve Verum CorpusSheet MusicMORE DETAILS 
Ave Verum Corpus - ByrdWilliam ByrdEnsemble AmarcordHear The Voices 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Beata Viscera Mariae VirginisWilliam ByrdKing's SingersEnglish Renaissance 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
Beati mundo cordeWilliam ByrdMalcome Archer (Editor)Epiphany To All SaintsSongbookMORE DETAILS 
Benediction and Choral Amen William ByrdHarvard University ChoirCarols From The Yards 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
BenedictusWilliam ByrdDunedin ConsortIn Chains of Gold - Byrd, Tallis 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
BenedictusWilliam ByrdQuink Vocal EnsembleWilliam Byrd Choral Music 1 CDMORE DETAILS 
There are MORE PAGES! (click on a note below)
More pagespage 1 items 1-50page 2 items 51-100page 3 items 101-150page 4 items 151-200page 5 items 201-250page 6 items 251-257
Page:123456


Search Catalog



Narrow your search with the following choices:
Song Title
Group Name
Book/CD Title
Gender
Music Category
Format
Number of Voice Parts
New Release?
Christmas?
Clear and Start Over  

All Rights Reserved   All Content, page design, CGI Copyright © United Singers International