2 edition of Maria Hackett and the choristers of Eton College. found in the catalog.
Maria Hackett and the choristers of Eton College.
Kathleen Isabella Garrett
Illustrated extracts from Etoniana, no. 130, 1974 and no. 131, no. 131, 1975.
|Contributions||Hackett, Maria, 1783-1874.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 537-546, p. 548-563|
|Number of Pages||563|
Half of it is actually missing from the Eton Choirbook, but fortunately the work survives complete in the Lambeth Choirbook. Finally, there’s Robert Wylkyson, who served, as Davy did, as an instructor of choristers, but at Eton from to This means he would have known the Choirbook when it was as yet new, and complete. Second Service [Eton College] () Jubilate () Missa Brevis () Te Deum () Preces and Responses () Evening Service () Carols. Twelfth Night () I sing of a maiden () Susanni () Sweet was the song () There is no rose () Matin Responsory () Laetemur Animo () Verbum caro factum est ().
Eton College (/ ˈ iː t ən /) is a 13–18 independent boarding school for boys in the parish of Eton, near Windsor in Berkshire, was founded in by King Henry VI as "Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore", as a sister institution to King's College, Cambridge, making it the 18th-oldest Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference school. The object of the collection was to provide a repertory of liturgical works to be sung in Eton College Chapel, primarily during the afternoon office of Vespers and the evening Salve ceremony. From its foundation in the early s, there were clerks (skilful at singing to various degrees) and boy choristers.
The Eton Choirbook (Eton College MS. ) is a richly illuminated manuscript collection of English sacred music composed during the late 15th century. It was one of very few collections of Latin liturgical music to survive the Reformation, and hence is an important source. It originally contained music by 24 different composers; however, many of the pieces are damaged or incomplete. It is one. A History of Eton College Paperback – Febru by Lionel Cust (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Hardcover "Please retry" Reviews: 3.
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The Eton Choirbook (Eton College MS. ) is a richly illuminated manuscript collection of English sacred music composed during the late 15th century. It was one of very few collections of Latin liturgical music to survive the Reformation, and hence is an important originally contained music by 24 different composers; however, many of the pieces are damaged or incomplete.
The first substantial survey of the Eton Choirbook’s treasures on record, newly remastered, compiled and reissued on CD for the first time. Copied out between andthe Eton Choirbook is the most substantial extant source of English liturgical polyphony from the late 15th and very early 16th centuries.
The first substantial survey of the Eton Choirbooks treasures on record, newly remastered, compiled and reissued on CD for the first time.
Copied out between andthe Eton Choirbook is the most substantial extant source of English liturgical polyphony from the late 15th and very early 16th centuries. A good thing, too; for Hackett was about far more than good choral husbandry.
When she began her campaigning on behalf of choristers at St Paul’s Cathedral inthe care of the few boys attached to the institution was shockingly neglectful.
Music was. and Christ Church, Oxford; and King’s College, Cambridge. The music itself was notated and complex; polyphony for five parts or more can be seen in the Old Hall Manuscript and in the Eton Choirbook. Publications. Eton publications fall broadly into three categories: Boy Publications; Maria Hackett and the choristers of Eton College.
book works by present Eton employees (masters and others) such as books, literary editions, poems, plays, learned articles, scientific papers, etc.; Etoniana, books about Eton.; Films and Television. Many films and TV programmes have been made over the years containing scenes shot at Eton.
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concerning Maria Hackett, but relating to matters in which she was interested. The subjects of the letters include church music, the welfare and education of the choristers at St Paul's Cathedral and other cathedrals and at Eton College, and services and monuments in St Paul's. The writers include Maria Hackett herself, Edward Blore, J W Burgon.
Letters from Leighton Hayne, Precentor, to Maria Hackett, ED( - ) Papers of Robert Needham Cust, at Eton c, ED( - ) Extracts from diary and letter of Elisabeth Mary Babington-Smith, ED( - ).
In the course of the book we encounter a host of eccentric characters and bizarre situations: the chorister who saved his dean from being murdered by an incensed organist; the talented but dissolute Thomas Weelkes, whose anthems are still central in the repertoire; and the redoubtable Maria Hackett, whose persistent criticism of the.
The Eton Choirbook (Eton MS ) is a volume of manuscript music created between and for use in religious services in Eton College Chapel. The large and handsome volume played an integral part in the worship of the Chapel of the King’s College of our Lady of Eton beside Windsor, resting open on a lectern whilst the choir stood.
The number of trebles is fourteen, almost as many as the whole number of choristers in the time the Eton Choirbook was put together. This is probably due to their way of singing. The sound of the trebles is sweet and soft-edged, and seems to reflect more the 'angelic' ideal of the Victorian era than the way trebles used to sing earlier in history.
Sacred polyphony in England from the Eton Choirbook to Byrd’s Gradualia Lecture 1: The Eton Choirbook ‘We will and ordain that, each day at Vespers, at a time deemed appropriate by the Pro-vost or, in his absence, the Vice-Provost, the 16 choristers of our college shall enter the.
The Eton choirbook (Eton College MS. ), the leading source of late fifteenth-century English music, is a splendid production with fine illuminated initial letters and an attractive use of red ink for coloration and the text of solo sections.
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Today, it is one of the wealthiest colleges, with a financial endowment of £ million as ofand one of the strongest academically, setting the record for the highest Norrington Score in and topping the table twice since then. One of the top prep schools in the country for boys agedday or boarding, we are a friendly, welcoming school in a beautiful historic location.
Our boys include the choristers for Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College Chapel. Tony Little, the retiring head of Eton College, has added to the noise with the list of recommended reading (subscription) for “every bright year-old” which features in his new book.
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Eton College has 22 books on Goodreads with 1 rating. Eton College’s most popular book is The Eton School Magazine. This magnificent tome, containing around 90 settings of texts about the Virgin Mary, was used by choristers at Eton College Chapel during the late 15th and early 16th centuries.
So far the choir has released three volumes of music from the Choirbook, all of which were nominated for Gramophone awards in the Early Music category.9 Of Choristers: Maria Hackett--the choristers' friend 10 quoted in Parsons.
11 Russell Thorndike, Children of the Garter: Being the Memoirs of a Windsor Castle Choir-boy, during the last years of Queen Victoria (London: Rich & Cowan, ), 4. 12 Ibid., 13 Ibid., Choirs and the Crown V: The Twentieth Century and Beyond.
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