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Ther is no Rose - A Workshop for Singers with David Skinner, Saturday 7 December 2013

THER IS NO ROSE: Christmas Music from Medieval & Renaissance England
A workshop for singers with David Skinner
Saturday 7 December
10.30am - 4.30pm NCEM, St Margaret's Church

The Trinity Carol Roll, now preserved in Trinity College, Cambridge, is the earliest source for the English polyphonic carol, including the most famous of all carols 'Ther is no rose'. The workshop studied these 15th century anonymous carols and William Byrd's Mass Propers for Christmas Day.
The workshop concluded with an informal, free public performance at 4:00pm.

1 Hail Mary full of grace vv.pdf

13 There is no rose up 4 vv.pdf

Byrd_Christmas Propers.pdf

Swete was the song.pdf

Organised in association with the North East Early Music Forum