Thomas Tallis

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Noun1.Thomas Tallis - English organist and composer of church and secular music; was granted a monopoly in music printing with William Byrd (1505-1585)
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Her previous directing credits include Thomas Tallis, The Oresteia and The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Shakespeare's Globe), Unusual Unions (Royal Court), The Bloody Ballad of Mary Maid (Soho Theatre, UK tour), Apparitions of Spirits - With The Forsyte Sisters (Gagglebabble, Theatr Iolo), Write Here (Traverse Theatre), My People (National Theatre of Wales), The Blue Lenses and Under Milk Wood (Royal and Derngate, Northampton), Cityscape: Deluge/No Vacancies, The Push and the Pull and An Enemy For The People (Sherman Cymru).
Music to be performed includes "Magnificat" and "Nunc Dimittis" by Charles Stanford, "Preces and Responses" by Thomas Tallis and Jacob Handl, and Psalm settings of Samuel Sebastian Wesley and Jeff Ostrowski.
The project at the 1,700-pupil Thomas Tallis School in Kidbrooke, South East London, was stopped after protests.
At Birmingham City's St Andrew's Stadium, the lads trailed 2-0 at half-time against Central London school Thomas Tallis.
No Frenchification, though, in Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, sonorously delivered here, Wilson drawing almost organ-like timbres from the two string orchestras, the smaller of them perched on the highest orchestral riser (surely in this of all halls they could have been positioned even further away), and violist Christopher Yates leading off a solo quartet which sang with an almost vocal eloquence.
This annual festival, held from October 21 to 24, brings world-class music-making to Brecon for four days and this year features music from Thomas Tallis to JC Bach at Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon Cathedral, Christ College Brecon, the Plough Chapel, Priory School and The Muse.
The first motet is "If Ye Love Me" by English composer Thomas Tallis.
Byrd, and the much older Thomas Tallis, have gained a lasting place in English music publishing history because in 1575 Queen Elizabeth granted them a twentyone year monopoly that, among other things, gave them control over the printing of music books and music paper.
Pratchett gave numerous interviews and lectures in which he spoke frankly about his disease -- and his love of 16th century English composer Thomas Tallis.
The young Reid is said to have attended Thomas Tallis secondary school in Blackheath, south-east London, from 1984 to 1989.
Originellement concue et presentee dans la Cathedrale de Salisbury, cette installation sonore est composee de quarante haut-parleurs haute-fidelite montes sur des tiges a environ 2 metres du sol; ils diffusent le plus celebre motet de Thomas Tallis (vers 1505-1585), figure de proue de la musique anglaise de l'epoque Tudor.
The books' various references to classical music have spurred sales of the pieces mentioned--even going so far as to cause "Spem in Alium," a 16th-century motet for 40 voices by Thomas Tallis, to jump to the top of the classical charts in the U.