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Nicholas Ludford (c. 1485 – c. 1557) was an English composer of the Tudor period. He is known for his festal masses, which are preserved in two early-16th-century choirbooks, the Caius Choirbook at Caius College, Cambridge, and the Lambeth Choirbook at Lambeth Palace, London. His surviving antiphons, all incomplete, are copied in the Peterhouse Partbooks (Henrican set). Ludford is well-known as being the composer of the only surviving cycle of Lady Masses, small-scale settings of the Ordinary and Propers in three parts to be sung in the smaller chapels of religious institutions on each day of the week. Ludford's composing career, which appears to have ended in 1535, is seen as bridging the gap between the music of Fayrfax and that of John Taverner (1495–1545). Music scholar David Skinner h

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  • Nicholas Ludford (c. 1485 – Westminster, 9 août 1557) est un compositeur anglais de l'époque Tudor. Il est connu pour ses messes festives conservées dans deux livres de chœur du début du XVIe siècle, le livre de chœur de Caius au Caius College de Cambridge et le livre de chœur de Lambeth au Lambeth Palace à Londres. Ses antiennes, toutes incomplètes, qui nous sont parvenues sont copiées dans les Peterhouse Partbooks (jeu Henrican). Ludford est bien connu comme étant le compositeur de l'unique cycle survivant de Lady masses, arrangements à petite échelle de l’Ordinary and Propers en trois parties destinés à être chanté dans les petites chapelles des institutions religieuses chaque jour de la semaine.
  • Nicholas Ludford (c. 1485 – c. 1557) was an English composer of the Tudor period. He is known for his festal masses, which are preserved in two early-16th-century choirbooks, the Caius Choirbook at Caius College, Cambridge, and the Lambeth Choirbook at Lambeth Palace, London. His surviving antiphons, all incomplete, are copied in the Peterhouse Partbooks (Henrican set). Ludford is well-known as being the composer of the only surviving cycle of Lady Masses, small-scale settings of the Ordinary and Propers in three parts to be sung in the smaller chapels of religious institutions on each day of the week. Ludford's composing career, which appears to have ended in 1535, is seen as bridging the gap between the music of Fayrfax and that of John Taverner (1495–1545). Music scholar David Skinner h
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