Haec dies. composer. William Byrd (/). 6vv; Cantiones Sacrae Haec dies (Psalm 24) is a riot of energy and with its use of triple metre. Motet Notes. William Byrd () Haec dies. Haec dies is from the third of Byrd’s published collections of Cantiones Sacrae. The setting from Psalm William Byrd. Haec dies, motet for 6 voices (SSATTB). Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. facebook · twitter · tumblr.
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It contains some most remarkable hemiola, both simultaneous and consecutive. Sacred Treasures of England. February Total duration: The jubilant style is very accessible to a modern audience, and it is an often-performed work.
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A Capella from Saint Thomas Church. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy. Faire is the Heaven: Both works are similarly jubilant in style and are contained in the Cantiones sacrae. Drawn from three key periods: The site is also available in several languages. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.
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Treasures of English Chamber Music. This work seems to have been conceived with Cantate Domino, with which it shares many features. Haec dies is a six-part Latin motet by willkam renaissance English composer William Byrd Music from the Renaissance.