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Restoration cathedral music, 1660-1714

Author: Ian Spink
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.
Series: Oxford studies in British church music.
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Ian Spink, a leading authority on seventeenth-century English music, has carried out an investigation of the musical sources of the Restoration period, and of the archives of every cathedral and choral foundation. The character and shape of this period of musical history is revealed, taking in the work of the great men of the age, including Purcell, Locke, and Handel, and many lesser masters such as Humfrey, Blow,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Spink
ISBN: 0198161492 9780198161493
OCLC Number: 32052525
Description: xvi, 487 p. : music ; 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. The choral service and its music. Liturgy and chant ; Services and anthems ; Choirs and places ; Organs and organ music ; Sources and performance --
Pt. II. The Chapel Royal and its composers. The older generation : Lawes, Cooke, and Locke ; Captain Cooke's boys : Humfrey, Blow, and Turner ; Henry Purcell ; The younger generation : Clarke, Weldon, and Croft ; Postscript : George Frideric Handel --
Pt. III. Cathedrals and collegiate foundations. Bristol ; Cambridge : King's, St. John's, and Trinity Colleges ; Canterbury ; Carlisle ; Chester ; Chichester ; Dublin ; Durham ; Ely ; Exeter ; Gloucester ; Hereford ; Lichfield ; Lincoln ; London : Westminster Abbey and St Paul's Cathedral ; Norwich ; Oxford : Christ Church, Magdalen, New, and St John's Colleges ; Peterborough ; Rochester ; Salisbury ; Wales : Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, and St David's Cathedrals ; Wells ; Winchester Cathedral and College ; Windsor : St George's Chapel and Eton College ; Worcester ; York ; Collegiate parish churches : Manchester, Ripon, Southwell, and Wimborne --
Directions for singing services at Ely, 1702-1708 --
Dean Paul's Articles of inquiry into the Vicars Choral of Lichfield, 1663 --
Lichfield Cathedral statues, 1694 : 'Chapter 8. Concerning the vicars.' --
Domestic statutes of the Vicars Choral of Lichfield, 1694 --
Extracts from Ely Cathedral statutes, 1666 --
Prefaces to Thomas Tudway's Services and anthems (1715-20).
Series Title: Oxford studies in British church music.
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