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Born: c.1539-1540 in London
Died: 4 July 1623 in London
William Byrd
Writing about 470 pieces in his lifetime, William Byrd gained a reputation as one of the great masters of Renaissance music and and enjoyed a high reutation amongst English musicians of his time, especially during the early years of his career.
For more complete information, please see
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A short selection of his work is below...
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Ave Verum Corpus x NWC or MIDI
Constant Penelope x NWC or MIDI
Deo Gratias x NWC or MIDI
Is Love A Boy?     Part 1 of 2 x NWC or MIDI
Boy, Pity Me     Part 2 of 2 x NWC or MIDI
Lullaby, My Sweet Little Baby x NWC or MIDI
Non Nobis Domine x NWC or MIDI
Of Flatt'ring Speech x NWC or MIDI
This Sweet and Merry Month of May x NWC or MIDI
Though Amaryllis Dance in Green x NWC or MIDI
Who Made Thee, Hob, Forsake the Plough? x NWC or MIDI
Wounded I Am     Part 1 of 2 x NWC or MIDI
Yet of Us Twain     Part 2 of 2 x NWC or MIDI
Ye Sacred Muses
(An elegy upon the death of Thomas Tallis)
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 KyrieGloriaCredoSanctusBenedictusAgnus Dei
Mass in 3 Voices NWC
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Mass in 4 Voices NWC
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Mass in 5 Voices NWC
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