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Sheet music for John Taverner
— listening CD —
By Kirkby; Nelson; Thomas; Taverner Choir; Taverner Players; Parrott. By Henry Purcell (1659-1695). Listening CD. Published by Chandos (NX.CHAN-0521).
Heart's Solace - Bach; Parrott — Christian Hilz; Taverner Consort; Caroline Trevor; Charles Daniels; Andrew Parrott; Taverner Players; E. Van Evera
— CD —
By Christian Hilz; Taverner Consort; Caroline Trevor; Charles Daniels; Andrew Parrott; Taverner Players; E. Van Evera. By Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). CD. Published by Sony Music Entertainment (NX.SONY60155).
SATbarB choir a cappella — Vocal Score — Choral
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Liturgical Use: Easter Sunday. Text: Latin. Choral. Vocal Score. Duration ca. 6 minutes. Notre Dame Choir Editions #NDC034. Published by Notre Dame Choir Editions (PE.NDC034).
SATTBB choir, a cappella — vocal score — Sacred, Choral Leaflet
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Edited by Tim Symons. Mixed Voices. Church Music Society Publications. Sacred, Choral Leaflet. Vocal score. 16 pages. Duration 5'. Oxford University Press #9780193950283. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193950283).
choir — Choral Score —
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Library Volumes. Edited by Hugh Benham. Choral Score. Stainer & Bell Ltd. #EC35. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.EC35).
SATB Choir — Book Only — Sacred
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Edited by Anthony G. Petti. Music Sales America. Sacred. Book Only. Composed 1996. 40 pages. Chester Music #MUSCH55433. Published by Chester Music (HL.14032907).
SATB choir — Full score — Sacred vocal music, Motets, Easter and Eastertide, Praise and thanks
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Separate edition with choral collection. Sacred vocal music, Motets, Easter and Eastertide, Praise and thanks. Full score. 2 pages. Duration 2 minutes. Carus Verlag #CV 03.048/30. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.304830).
unison voices, cantor, trumpet 1 in B-flat, trumpet 2 in B-flat, trombone 1, trombone 2, violin 1 & 2, viola, cello — instrumental part(s) — Sacred
Gloria tibi Trinitas. Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Arranged by William Tortolano. Trinity Sunday, Body and Blood of Christ C. Sacred. Instrumental part(s). GIA Publications #5271. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-5271).
String Orchestra — Set (Score & Parts) — Sacred
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Music Sales America. Sacred. Set (Score & Parts). Composed 2007. Chester Music #MUSCH71170-01. Published by Chester Music (HL.14032802).
SATTBB choir unaccompanied — vocal score —
Composed by John Taverner (1490-1545). Vocal Scores. SATTBB unaccompanied. Vocal score. Stainer & Bell Ltd. #CS355. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.CS355).
The "Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas" has long been known as one of the most influential pieces of music before the English Reformation, a six-voice setting of the Mass richly varied in its invention not least in rhythm deeply expressive and personal very rare for its period .
C.D. List (not complete):
- "Leroy Kyrie; Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas; Dum Transisset Sabbatum"; The Tallis Scholars, Directed by Peter Phillips, on Gimell CDGIM 004.
- "Western Wind Mass"; The Tallis Scholars, directed by Peter Phillips, on Gimell CDGIM 027.
Taverner was born at the sea port of Boston in Lincolnshire, by 1525 he was recorded as a lay clerk at the Collegiate choir at Tattershall north west of Boston. In 1526 on the recommendation of the Bishop of Lincoln he was appointed choirmaster of the newly founded Cardinal (later Christ Church) College in Oxford. While at Oxford he was accused with others of heresy for his involvement with a group of sympathetic to Lutheranism, but was pardoned by Cardinal Wolsey "Being but a Musician". At the fall of Wolsey Taverner moved back to Boston to become choirmaster at St. Botolph’s church. A post he held for a short time due to the collapse of the Guild that paid his wages, he became one of Thomas Cromwell’s chief agents in the area for the suppression of the monasteries, the rest of his life was spent in the role of a well-to-do local citizen and was burred beneath the tower of St. Botolph’s church.
- Colin Hand "John Taverner, his life and music" 1978
- E.H. Fellowes, "Taverner, John" article in Groves dictionary 5th. Edition 1954 Vol. VIII, pp.323-4
- David Josephson "John Taverner- Tudor composer" 1975