Bass Trombone part from The Earl of Salisbury's Pavane

page one of the Bass Trombone part from The Earl of Salisbury's Pavane

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Full details

William Byrd was born in London around 1539 though the precise date is uncertain. He died in 1623. As a young man he may have worked with Thomas Tallis though, again, this remains to be confirmed. However, it is clear that in later life he worked with Tallis at the Chapel Royal where they collaborated extensively and shared duties as organist. They jointly published the �Cantiones Sacrae� dedicated to Elizabeth I. Byrd was a Roman Catholic and remained true to this faith throughout his life. Of his many works, the pavane Earl of Salisbury is a good example of his writing and seems to lend itself well to brass.

This piece is arranged here for 2 cornets, three trombones, euphonium and a tenor drum. The music should be played slowly, with expression througout and due regard to the dynamics.


Composer
William Byrd
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
Licensing

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