William Hayes (1708-1777)

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Country :Grande-Bretagne
Language :anglais
Gender :masculin
Birth :Gloucester (GB), 26-01-1708
Death :Oxford (GB), 27-07-1777
Note :Compositeur, organiste et musicographe. - Baptisé le 26 janvier 1708
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8381 5176

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Compositeur18 documents4 digitized documents

  • Catches, glees and canons for three, four and five voices...

    Material description : VI-42 p.
    Edition : [S.l.] : the author , 1757

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb39786739w]
  • Catches, glees and canons for three, four, five, six and eight voices, (including such as gained Prize medals at Almacks, A. D. 1763 & 1764)... Book II...

    Material description : IV-41 p.
    Edition : Oxford : the author ; London : Johnson ; Edinburg : Bremner , 1765

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb397867403]
  • A supplement to the catches, glees and canons, lately, published by Dr Hayes, consisting chiefly of some favourite pieces, composed by old, and approved masters, (to which he hath added parts, for the sake of enriching the harmony) and two new canons, one of which obtained a prize medal this present year 1765...

    Material description : 20 p.
    Edition : Oxford : the editor ; London : Johnson , [1765]

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb39786741f]
  • Vocal and instrumental musick in three parts containing I. the overture and songs in the Masque of Circée. II A sonata or trio, and songs of different kinds, viz. ballads, airs and cantatas. III An Ode, being part of an exercice perform'd for a Bachelor's degree in Musick...

    Material description : IV-31-34-37 p.
    Edition : [Oxford] : the author , 1742

    [catalogue, Visualize the document in Gallica][http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb397867434]
  • Contenu dans : A second collection of Catches, canons and glees for three, four, five and eight voices most humbly inscrib'd to the noblemen and gentlemen of the Catch-club at St Alban's tavern by... Tho.s Warren

    Alleluja, alleluja, amen. - [10]

    Material description : In-4° obl., 1 fol. limin., 51 p.
    Note : Note : Daté d'après le "British Union-catalogue of early music". - Le v° du fol. limin. et la p. 2 blanches
    Edition : London : P. Welcker , [ca 1765]

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  • A supplement to the catches, glees and canons, lately, published by Dr Hayes, consisting chiefly of some favourite pieces, composed by old, and approved masters, (to which he hath added parts, for the sake of enriching the harmony) and two new canons, one of which obtained a prize medal this present year 1765... [Musique imprimée], 1765
  • Grove music online : William Hayes (i) (2009-09-02)
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