(1560 – 26 February 1630) was an English composer, violinist, and viol player of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, mainly active in northern Germany. He was the first Englishman to write a canzona, an Italian form, and probably the first to write a piece for solo violin.
Marriage: 30 Oct St James, Stalmine, Lancashire, England William Brade Farmer Bachelor of Thornton Mt. Abijah Robinson Spinster of Stalmine Groom's Father: George Brade, Yeoman Aug St James, Stalmine, Lancashire, England John Houghton - Full Age Husbandman Bachelor of Pilling Sarah Ann Thornton - Full Age Spinster of ...
William Brade 15. Coranto Christopher Tye 16. In nomine IX ‘Re la re’ ... As our sweet Cords with Discords mixed be: English Renaissance Consort Music The idea of developing instruments in different sizes so that they could be used together to play polyphonic music, mimicking the natural differences
A good deal of this music comes from the theatre, or once removed, from the Jacobean Masque; William Brade takes the lion’s share here and his energetic rhythmic style is executed with great precision. The Galliard XIV is a case in point, though this also benefits …
März zu einem Workshop auf die BURG FÜRSTENECK in Hessen ein, um diese herrlichen polyphonen Masken- und Antimaskentänze, unter anderen von William Brade, Giovanni Coperario und Thomas Simpson zu spielen.
William Brade William was born in in Preston, Lancashire, England. William's father was Benjamin Brade and his mother was Mary. His paternal grandparents were Roger Brade and Jane. He had a brother named Benjamin. He was the older of the two children. Ancestor Pedigree Chart.
William Brade was a member of the Lodge of Concord No and was its Master in The lodge’s earliest minute books are missing and it has, for over 100 years, not been possible to identify the Masters of the Lodge from up to 1842, with that one exception in
The will of WILLIAM BRADE of Poulton, yeoman, dated 20 October refers to;- Grandchildren William, Robert and Jennet children of son John, Ann daughter of daughter Ann the wife of James Reveld, Agnes daughter of son James, Mary daughter of son William, William and Mary Butcher children of deceased daughter Mary and Thomas son of deceased ...
Hamburger Ratsmusik. The Hamburg Ratsmusik is an ensemble with a history of over 500 years. Its beginnings lie hidden in 16th century, in the 17th and 18th century it flourished under leading musicians such as William Brade, Johann Schop, Georg Ph.
Along the way, encounter trailblazing virtuoso William Brade, who wrote the earliest music for the solo violin, and Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger, music tutor to the Stuart Prince Henry, who collaborated with the writer Ben Jonson on court masques.