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A composer who lived from [c. 1505 to 1585] in England during the Renaissance period. Thomas was employed by the church and composed a large quantity of music.
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Thomas Tallis (c. 1505 – 23 November 1585; also Thomas Tallys or Thomas Talles) was an English Renaissance composer who occupies a primary place in anthologies of English choral music. He is considered one of England's greatest composers, and he is honoured for his original voice in English musicianship.
Thomas Tallis, (born c. 1505, Kent?—died November 20 or 23, 1585, Greenwich, London), one of the most important English composers of sacred music before William Byrd.
Thomas Tallis was a pragmatic musician; this was a time when the Kings and Queens switched between Catholic and Protestant faiths, with dangerous consequences for court members caught on the wrong side. Tallis, however, avoided the religious controversy and made music for everyone.
Though very little is known about the life of Thomas Tallis but one thing that can be stated with certainty is that he was the most brilliant English composer of his time. He has also been one of the most prominent renaissance composers, whose works invite admiration even today.
The career of Thomas Tallis, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, spanned a period of spectacular change in the English liturgical climate. Born early in the sixteenth century, his first musical appointment was as organist to a Benedictine (Catholic) Priory in Dover, two years before Henry VIII 's definitive break with Rome in 1534.
Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585) - A short biography Despite his stature as one of the great composers of English sacred music, little is known about the personality of English composer Thomas Tallis (ca. 1505 - 1585). The last two lines of
Thomas Tallis (c. 1505 – 23 November 1585) was an English composer. Tallis flourished as a church musician in 16th century Tudor England. He occupies a primary place in anthologies of English church music, and is considered among the best of England's early composers.
THOMAS TALLIS (TALLYS, Talys, or Tallisius), justly styled "the father of English cathedral music," was born about 1515. It has been conjectured that, after singing as a chorister at old Saint Paul's under Thomas Mulliner, he obtained a place among the Children of the Chapel Royal.
Thomas Tallis. The English composer and organist Thomas Tallis (ca. 1505-1585) wrote anthems, services, and other music for the Anglican rite. He is considered the father of English cathedral music. Evidence points to Leicestershire as the birthplace of Thomas Tallis. Of his youth, education, and musical training nothing certain is known.
Tallis was the most influential English composer of his generation, as well as one of the most popular Renaissance composers of today.
Thomas Tallis is a musician, singer and composer whose burgeoning career forms a small sub-plot of Season One of The Tudors. He is played by English actor Joe Van Moyland. He is presented as a bisexual youth who is devoted to his music but gradually begins …
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis.The BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis at Gloucester Cathedral, where in 1910, it was pla...
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In 1575 Queen Elizabeth granted Tallis and Byrd exclusive rights to print and sell music in Great Britain for 21 years. Tallis' "Third Mode Melody" (1567) inspired Ralph Vaughan Williams to compose his famous "Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis" (1910). Composer. He was called the "Father of English Church Music."
Thomas Tallis, a prominent musician of the Chapel Royal at the time, was among the first to write sacred music in English. "If Ye Love Me" is a setting for an a cappella choir of four voice parts, and it is a noted example of this Reformation compositional style, essentially homophonic but with some elaboration and imitation.
Composer: Thomas Tallis Thomas Tallis (b. Leicestershire [?], England, c. 1505; d. Greenwich, Kent, England 1585) was one of the few Tudor musicians who served during the reigns of Henry VIII: Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth I and managed to remain in the good favor of both Catholic and Protestant monarchs.
Thomas Tallis (1510-1585) spent a good deal of his career in various small monasteries, where he was usually identified as an organist.
Thomas Tallis, like his younger contemporary William Byrd, was a survivor. He was a singer, organist, and composer during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, ...
Thomas Tallis was born on month day 1897, at birth place, to Joseph Tallis and Sarah Ann Tallis (born Whetton). Joseph was born on June 16 1867, in Bedworth, Warwickshire, England. Sarah was born in 1864, in Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, England. Thomas was baptized on month day 1897, at baptism place.
English composer of the Renaissance period (1505 – 23 November 1585). Tallis flourished as a church musician in 16th century England and is considered among the best of its earliest composers. Tallis has been said to be one of the most important composers of his time and is honored for his original voice in English musicianship.
English composer, born about 1514; died 23 November, 1585. He was a chorister at Saint Paul's Cathedral, London, becoming organist of Waltham Abbey in 1536. In 1540 his post was forfeited on the dissolution of the abbey, and in 1542 he appears as a gentleman of the Chapel Royal, continuing as such under Henry VIII, Edward VI, Queens Mary and Elizabeth.
Thomas Tallis was Organist of the Royal Chapels to King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth. He was esteem'd a most excellent Composer of Church Music, at least equal to any Contemporary, either of his own Country or of Foreign Nations; and was the first who compos'd the Musical Part of our Divine Service in the English ...
Thomas Tallis (born c.1505; died Greenwich November 23 1585) was the most important English composer of his generation.. We know very little about Tallis’s youth. He may have started his career as organist at Dover and then Waltham Abbey. After the Dissolution of the monasteries he had a job at Canterbury Cathedral for a short time. He was soon made a Gentleman of the Chapel …
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Spem in alium nunquam habui, (Latin: “Hope in Any Other Have I None” or “In No Other Is My Hope”) motet (short musical setting of a sacred text) by English composer Thomas Tallis, noted for its complex use of counterpoint in a composition for 40 voices.
Thomas Tallis (October 1505 — 23 November 1585) Name in Other Languages: 托马斯·塔利斯 , 湯瑪士·泰利斯 , 湯馬士·泰利斯 , תומאס טאליס , 토머스 탤리스 , トマス・タリス , തോമസ് ടാലിസ് , Τόμας Τάλις , Томас Таллис , Томас Талліс , Tomas Tallis ...
Politics and dogma leave their temporary mark on the shifting sands of history, while music remains eternal. The life of the great English composer Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585) is a testament to this idea. While Tallis remained an \'unreformed Roman Catholic\' throughout his life, he adapted professionally to serve the monarch of the time. He wrote for the Latin Catholic Mass …
Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) was a mighty force in English music. Life and Music. Tallis composed throughout the reigns of Henry VIII, who broke away from Rome and created the Church of England; Edward VI; Mary I, who was a Catholic; and Elizabeth I, who was a Protestant. Considering that Tallis managed to write music for the Church during all ...
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The career of Thomas Tallis, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, spanned a period of spectacular change in the English liturgical climate. Born early in the sixteenth century, his first musical appointment was as organist to a Benedictine (Catholic) Priory in Dover, two years before Henry VIII's definitive break with Rome in 1534.
by Heather R. Darsie It is thought that Thomas Tallis, alternatively spelled “Tallys,” could have been born on 30 January 1505, though it is not known for certain. What is known is that Tallis did not die until 1585, and contributed greatly to the development and composition of English choral music. Not much is known…
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Thomas Tallis (c.1505 – November 23, 1585) was an extremely talented English composer. Tallis flourished as a church musician during the often stormy sixteenth century in England.He occupies a primary place in the anthologies of English church music, and is considered among the best of its earliest composers because of his life in the service of others through his sacred and secular ...
トマス・タリス. ポータル クラシック音楽. トマス・タリス （Thomas Tallis, 1505年 頃 - 1585年 11月23日 ）は、 16世紀 イングランド王国 の 作曲家 、 オルガン奏者 。.
Thomas Tallis (c 1505 – 23 November 1585) was an English composer. Tallis flourished as a church musician during the often stormy sixteenth century in England. He occupies a primary place in anthologies of English church music, and is considered among the best of its earliest composers.
Thomas Tallis. If ye love me Lyrics. If ye love me Keep my commandments And I will pray the Father And he shall give you another comforter That he may 'bide with you forever E’en the spirit of ...
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Thomas Tallis (1505–1585) Lyrics. All praise to Thee, my God, this night, For all the blessings of the light! Keep me, O keep me, King of kings, Beneath Thine own almighty wings. Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, The ill that I this day have done, That with the world, myself, and Thee,
British composer Thomas Tallis was born 500 years ago. One of his most celebrated pieces of choral music was "Spem in Alium," a motet he wrote to be sung by eight five-voice choirs, each singing a ...
Thomas Tallis, Category: Artist, Albums: Renaissance Vol.2, Pyhät Laulut, Tallis: Masterworks, Thomas Tallis: Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, Tallis: Queen Katherine Parr & Songs of Reformation, Singles: If Ye Love Me, If Ye Love Me, Tallis:Spem in alium (The Forty-Part Motet), Prelude in the Phrygian Mode, The Lamentations of Jeremiah 1, Top Tracks: Spem in alium (The Forty-Part …
Thomas Tallis was an expressive writer. He wants his listeners to understand the meaning and background to his music. When listening to this piece, it allows an individual to become relaxed. The rhythm of “If ye love me” could allow anybody to become relaxed or more at ease.
Background. Composed in 1910, Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (also known as the Tallis Fantasia) is based on a melody written by English Renaissance composer Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585). Vaughan Williams came across the tune while he was editing a new English hymnal, and he decided to explore the theme a little more.
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The Complete English Anthems by Thomas Tallis including If ye love me and Hear the voice and prayer.The Tunes for Archbishop Parker's Psalter include Why fum'th in fight, featured by Vaughan Williams in his Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis.All but one of the works on this CD are also included on our specially-priced double album The Tallis Scholars sing Thomas Tallis.