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Choir Pieces up to 20 – The Written Note

Choir Pieces up to 20

Choir Pieces

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2 Fortune esperee

This piece is anonymous but is after a piece by Antoine Busnois (also Busnoys) (c. 1430 – 6 November 1492)

I have set this as it is with the words, and also as a wind arrangement.

Choir Score        Soprano       Alto       Tenor        Bass 

3 Allez regretz

This piece is by Hayne van Ghizeghem (c. 1445 – 1476 to 1497)

I have set this as it is with the words, and also as a brass arrangement.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

4 En frolyk weson

This piece is by Jacobus Barbireau (also Jacques or Jacob; also Barbirianus) (1455 – 7 August 1491)

I have set this as it is with the words, and also as a brass arrangement.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

There are 2 more verses, but the task of putting them into the score is really difficult, as you will see if you have a go:  En frolyk weson verses 2-3

7 Pastime with good company

This piece is the first of many by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

I have set it for Choir and a version for wind trio.

Choir Full        Alto        Tenor        Bass       

7A Pastime with good company

Another version of  the tune.  Also by Henry VIII
 

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

 

8 Adieu mes amours

This piece is by William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled Cornyshe or Cornish) (1465 – October 1523)

I have set it for Choir and a version for wind Quartet.

Choir Score        Soprano        Alto         Tenor        Bass       

9 Adieu madame et ma maistresse

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

I have set it for Choir and a version for wind Quartet.

Choir Score        Alto 1        Alto 2        Tenor        Bass       

9A Time to pass with goodly sport

Another version of this piece with English words by Anonymous.

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass       

10 Helas madame

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Choir Score        Alto       Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Bass       

12 Alas, what shall I do

This piece is the first of many by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Choir Score        Alto I         Alto II       Tenor        Bass

13 Hey now now

This piece is by John Kempe, lay singer at Westminister Abbey and teacher of its chorister, 1501 – 09

Tenor Score        Tenor 1      Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Soprano Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Soprano 3

Mixed Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Tenor        

14 Alone I live alone

This piece is by Robert Cooper (ca. 1474 to ca. 1535-40)

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Soprano Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Soprano 3

15 O my heart

This piece is by Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547)

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor       Bass

16 Adieu, adieu, my heartes lust

This piece is by William Cornysh the Younger (also spelled Cornyshe or Cornish) (1465 – October 1523)

Choir Score        Alto        Tenor        Bass

17 Above all thing now let us sing

This piece is by Thomas Farthyng (died 1520)

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Soprano Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Soprano 3

Mixed Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Tenor

18 Downberry down

This piece is by William Daggere a court composer possible of the previous generation, ie Henry VII’s court.  Nothing seems to be known about him.

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Mixed Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Tenor

19 Hey now now

This piece is by Thomas Farthyng (died 1520)

Tenor Score        Tenor 1        Tenor 2        Tenor 3

Soprano Score        Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Soprano 3

Mixed Score     Soprano 1        Soprano 2        Tenor

20 In May, that lusty season

This piece is by Thomas Farthyng (died 1520)

Baritone Score        Baritone 1        Baritone 2        Baritone 3

Alto Score        Alto 1        Alto 2        Alto 3

Mixed Score        Alto 1        Alto 2        Baritone

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