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Title-page of the ‘Cantiones’ (London, 1575), published by Byrd and Tallis under their royal patent for music printing; it has the first continental-style music title-page used in England, adapted from Le Roy by the printer Vautrollier for his London

Title-page of the ‘Cantiones’ (London, 1575), published by Byrd and Tallis under their royal patent for music printing; it has the first continental-style music title-page used in England, adapted from Le Roy by the printer Vautrollier for his London edition of Lassus’s chansons in 1570

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Byrd, William 3. London, 1570–75.: Ex.1 Byrd: Domine praestolamur, showing his use of ‘double imitation’ technique

Byrd, William 3. London, 1570–75.: Ex.1 Byrd: Domine praestolamur, showing his use of ‘double imitation’ technique

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Byrd, William 6. Late years, 1594–1623: liturgical music.: Ex.2 Byrd: from the gradual for the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, showing a quiet binary opening typical of his later works

Byrd, William 6. Late years, 1594–1623: liturgical music.: Ex.2 Byrd: from the gradual for the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, showing a quiet binary opening typical of his later works

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Byrd, William 7. Later English-texted and instrumental music.: Ex.3 Byrd: Pavan Sir William Petre, opening, showing cogent linear and contrapuntal articulation

Byrd, William 7. Later English-texted and instrumental music.: Ex.3 Byrd: Pavan Sir William Petre, opening, showing cogent linear and contrapuntal articulation

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