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Hayes, William (Dr)
William Hayes (Brits componist (1708-1777))
William Hayes (compositeur britannique)
William Hayes (englischer Komponist)
William Hayes (English composer, organist and singer)
Musical sound recording
Avison, Charles (1709-1770))
Dubois, Pierre (1951-....))
Rooley, Anthony (1944-...)
Sepúlveda, Federico (1976-...)
Stanley, John (1712-1786)
Uesugi, Sumihito (1976-...)
Wesley, Charles (1757-1834)
All people that on earth do dwell (The hundredth psalm [XCIX]) (4 v. orch. et o.)
Anecdotes of the five music-meetings, on account of the charitable foundations at Church Langton : in which many misrepresentations, and gross falsehoods, contained in a book, intitled, the history of the above foundations, are fully detected, and confuted, upon indubitable evidence : with an appendix, containing several original letters with remarks
art of composing music by a method entirely new, suited to the meanest capacity, The : whereby all difficultires are removed, and a person who has made never so little progress before, may with some small application, be enable to excel.
Blessed art thou o Lord (Part of the 119th. [CXX] psalm) (3 v. et o.)
Bow down thine Ear o Lord (Full anthem) (4 v. et o.)
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...
Cathedral music in score...
Charles Avison's Essay on musical expression : with related writings by William Hayes and Charles Avison
Concerti, Ouvertüre und Sinfonia
Concertos, organ, string orchestra, D major
English keyboard concertos, 1740-1815
English organ music an anthology from four centuries in ten volumes.
Essay on musical expression
have set God always before me (Solo anthem) (6 v. et o.), I
Konzerte Kl Orch D-Dur
lives and works of William and Philip Hayes, 1995:, The
Lord (bis) even the most mighty God (Anthem) (5 v. et o.)
Lord how long... wilt thou by angry (Full anthem) (5 v.)
Lord presserveth (bis) all them (Full anthem) (5 v. et o.)
Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Full anthem) (4. et o.)
O be joy full... in God all ye lands (Full anthem) (4 v. et o.)
Praise the Lord, o my soul (Solo anthem) (5 v. et o.)
Remarks on Mr. Avison's Essay on musical expression : wherein the characters of several great masters, both ancient and modern, are rescued from the misrepresentations of the above author, and their real merit asserted and vindicated. In a letter from a gentleman in London to his friend in the country ...
Six cantatas Orpheus & Euridice
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...
Te Deum, The
Twelve arietts, 1735:
Unto Thee, O God, do we give thanks (Anthem) (4 v. et o.)
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...
We sing of God
When the fair consort
Whoso dwelleth (bis) under the defence of the most High (Solo anthem) (4 v. et o.)