Lirum lirum

(You that wont to my pipes sound ; Lo triumphing brave comes He)

Morley, Thomas (1557-1602) [England]

Published by Stainer and Bell Ltd. [Great Britain] , 1967
Ref. : 1.2403.1  (4 p.)
Editor or author of the restitution: Dart, Thurston ; Fellowes, Edmund Horace
Type of material: Score with keyboard for rehearsal only
Copyright : Stainer & Bell, 1913; Revised edition, Stainer & Bell, 1965; this edition, Galaxy Music Corporation, 1967.
Text in: English
Epoque: 16th century (1550-1599)
Genre-Style-Form: Sacred ; Madrigal
Mood of the piece: fast ; festive ; homophonic
Type of Choir: SSATB (5 mixed voices)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 2
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): B
Tonality: A minor
Duration: 1.5 min.
Liturgical Use: Christmas ; Christmas Vigil ; Christmas Day
Number of verses: 2
Musicological Sources: "Morley's original music, and portions of his text, are presented here as edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, and revised by Thurston Dart, as No. 13 'You That Wont to My Pipes Sound' in Thomas Morley, First Book of Balletts, Volume 4 of THE ENGLISH MADRIGALIST
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