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Judith Bingham
1952 -
Great Britain | England
J. Bingham
Judith Bingham OBE (21/06/1952) is a female English composer and mezzo-soprano singer. Bingham was born in Nottingham. Her parents are Jack Bingham and Peggy Bingham (née McGowan). She was educated at High Storrs Grammar School for Girls in Sheffield, and attended the Royal Academy of Music from 1970 to 1973, where she received the Principal’s Prize for Music in 1972 and was elected as an associate in 1997. Her teachers included Malcolm MacDonald, Eric Fenby, Alan Bush and John Hall (composition) and Jean Austin-Dobson (singing).
Period:21st century
Requiem for SATB voices and orchestra.
Source:Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek
Shakespeare Requiem
Period:21st century
Composed in:2008
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Latin Mass with speeches from Shakespearian monarchs
Shakespeare Requiem for soprano, bass, chorus and orchestra
W. Shakespeare
A Requiem for Mr William Lawes
Period:21st century
Composed in:2016
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Thomas Fuller, Antony Wood, and John Jenkins
In memory of:William Lawes
A Requiem for Mr William Lawes is a contemporary work for male voices and viol trio with texts by Thomas Fuller, Antony Wood, and John Jenkins. The music evokes and quotes passages and harmonies from Lawes' consort music; the unresolved dissonances, sometimes verging on atonality, the quirky off-kilter rhythmic structures, and the vocal quality of the lines. A Requiem for Mr William Lawes was first performed on September 7, 2016 by Gallicantus at The Trigonale Festival, Austria.
Thomas Fuller (1608–1661) was an English churchman and historian.
Anthony Wood (1632–1695) was an English antiquarian and writer.
John Jenkins (1592–1678) was an English composer
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Thomas Fuller
Anthony Wood
John Jenkins