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9 Responses to Sellingers Round

  1. Zujinn says:
    A variation of the traditional tune Sellinger's Round appears somewhere in each of the five movements. (A version by Byrd is also in the first). Incorporated in the music are short quotations from Gibbons, Purcell, Arne, Field and Sullivan. Michael T.
  2. Akim says:
    The merry wooing of Robin & Joan the West-Country lovers.: To the tune of, The beginning of the world, or, Sellingers round, or, Great boobe.. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create.
  3. Akijin says:
    Sellinger's Round. Elaine Thornburgh. From the Album William Byrd, Ground and Variations - Elaine Thornburgh, Harpsichord May 20, $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy.
  4. Sabei says:
    Sellinger's Round, Variations on an Elizabethan Theme. Composite work for str. orch. comprising 6 variations on Elizabethan tune ‘Sellinger's Round’ comp. to celebrate Coronation of Elizabeth II and f.p. at Aldeburgh Fest. that year, cond. Britten. Composers were Oldham, Tippett, L. Berkeley, Britten, Searle, and Walton.
  5. Tuktilar says:
    Sellenger's Round. Source: Steps from Playford (), variation on music given in Playford by William Byrd (). In third Playford edition in simpler form. Setting: A circle of couples Version: 1- 8 Take hands and circle 8 slip steps left, and 8 slip steps back.
  6. Zuzahn says:
    Commissioned by Radio 3 for the BBC Proms, as a variation on the well-known ‘Sellinger’s Round’ theme First Performance: , BBC Proms, Cadogan Hall, London, UK: English Chamber Orchestra/Paul Watkins.
  7. Gardalrajas says:
    Performer: Hans Joachim Moser; Erwin Bodky; Munchner Viol Quintet (Hartl, Huber, Stuhlfauth, List, Schmid)Writer: William Byrd; Melchior Franck; Valentin.
  8. Bragor says:
    Sellingers Round. Lesson 17 of our beginners lessons, by Lynda Sayce; Piece number 7 from The Lute Society's '58 Very Easy Pieces; Full copies of the playing editions from which the lessons are taken can be ordered in our catalogue.
  9. Julkree says:
    The theme was Sellinger's Round or The Beginning of the World, an Irish dance tune, as harmonised for the keyboard by William Byrd, the leading composer from the time of Elizabeth I. It was orchestrated for the occasion by Imogen Holst, but she did not provide a variation of her own.

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