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O Quam Suavis (Collins) Satb (L)

By William Byrd

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SATB Choir
Composed by William Byrd (1540-1623). Sacred. Choral Score. Composed 2002. Chester Music #MUSCH08739. Published by Chester Music (BT.MUSCH08739).

Item Number: BT.MUSCH08739

William Byrd (c. 1540-1623) was an English renaissance composer who wrote several well-known works in both the Catholic and Anglican traditions, many of which are still highly popular today. He studied under ThomasTallis at the Chapel Royal, before becoming organist and master of the Choristers at Lincoln. He later returned to the Chapel Royal as Gentleman and Organist.

O Quam Suavis was inspired by the antiphon tothe Magnificat at the 1st Vespers of Corpus Christi. It makes a perfect anthem for any Eucharist service or Mass. It is scored for SATB choir with Piano reduction for rehearsal purposes.

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