C. F. Abdy Williams's A Short Historical Account of the Degrees in Music at Oxford PDF

By C. F. Abdy Williams

ISBN-10: 110800184X

ISBN-13: 9781108001847

C. F. Abdy Williams (1855-1923), a famous song student, traced the heritage of the self-discipline at Oxford and Cambridge from the 15th century to the overdue Victorian interval during this 1894 e-book. He discusses the earliest files of levels within the topic, the institution of professorships, the necessities for levels and the ceremonies linked to their conferral. He offers biographical info for graduates from as early as 1463, noting that English song of this early interval used to be in a truly complex degree in comparison to that of the remainder of Europe. He additionally comprises, in an appendix, the names of these individuals who're pointed out as graduates yet whose names don't seem within the college documents. His e-book finds the significance connected to the cultivation of song on the historic British universities and the status hooked up to their students over numerous centuries.

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Degree, and was called the * Jan. 20, 1569-70. , S. t Boase, " Reg. Univ. ," 20. THE MUSIC ACT, ETC. A. degree. Heather's endowment for a lecturer in music was, after the first year of its establishment, given to the person chosen to make the music speech at the Act; and it seems as if Heather himself had some idea of a connection between his lecturer and the ancient custom, for he chose, not a musician, but a Master of Arts, as his first lecturer. We get some account in Wood of the music lectures of his time.

739), but the dates are wrong. Appendix, R. f A. " Ed. by Gunning, 1828. See THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PROFESSORS OF MUSIC. " Charles Hague was, however, elected by open poll, in 1799, and this method has been generally adopted since. At first the professor's duty seems to have been merely to present candidates for degrees. In 1798, however, we find that he was also expected to examine their exercises. No personal examination took place until 1857, when Sterndale Bennett began to examine candidates for degrees as to their knowledge of music,!

The Universities suffered with the rest of the country n having all their music books, organs, and other instruments destroyed. But at Oxford, those who loved music practised it to some extent all through these troubled times, and several of the organists who had been deprived of their places managed to pick up a living by this means. Wood gives lists of the names of those who took part in the music meetings at the house of William Ellis/:c formerly organist of St. John's College. The instruments used were the lute, theorbo, organ, virginals, countertenor-viol, bass-viol, lyra-viol, division-viol, treble-viol, trebleviolin (which was only beginning to come into reputation), and harpsicon.

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