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Composer: Cornysh II, William (1465-1523)

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Year of birth1465
Year of death1523
NationalityUnited Kingdom
May 2019
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IstanbulWeekend Classics 1

Weekend Classics 1
Cooper (Coperario), Bevin, Brumel, Henry VIII King of England, Byrd, Cornysh II, Wilbye, Bateson (Betson), Baldwine, Gascogne, Ciconia, Gibbons, Caurroy
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OxfordFount and Origin - Anglia Rubet (29th May, Oxford)

Wylkynson, Cornysh II, Davy, Horwood, Frye, Bedyngham, Dunstaple, Power
James Tomlinson; Fount & Origin

LondonFount and Origin - Anglia Rubet (1st June, Chelsea SW3)

Wylkynson, Horwood, Cornysh II, Davy, Bedyngham, Frye, Dunstaple, Power
James Tomlinson; Fount & Origin
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The Sixteen's Round-Britten Choral Pilgrimage reaches Durham

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The Sixteen's Choral Pilrimage dissolves the boundaries between old and new, sacred and profane with striking performances of music by Cornysh and Britten. 
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Stile Antico sing music for Easter in Leeds

Entitled “Passion and Resurrection”, this exquisite concert from Stile Antico unfolded as an exploration of music written in response to Holy Week.One of the group’s most striking characteristics is their decision to work without a conductor, a move which can at times produce chamber music of the highest quality.
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Monarchs and mobiles with The King's Singers at the Three Choirs Festival

Frequent concertgoers in our modern age will be all too aware of the irritation factor of mobile phones going off during performance. The King’s Singers, however, make a feature of the phenomenon and take it to another level. This world-class ensemble delighted a packed Hereford Cathedral, the closing concert of their 2011/12 season coinciding with the Three Choirs Festival.
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New York Polyphony's UK Debut at Cadogan Hall

Matching ties. Sharp suits. As they strode onto Cadogan Hall's stage, New York Polyphony were already living up to their image, one hand-tailored to New York's intellectual, social-media savvy hipsters. It wasn't long before they proved that style went hand-in-hand with substance, in a programme outstanding in vocalism and musicality.
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A Garland for St. George: Vivamus sing Byrd in Bloomsbury

There’s a trend amongst programmers nowadays to provide concerts with a ‘hook’: an extra-musical incentive to pull the punters in, or at least help performers pinpoint their pieces.
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