The King's Singers / Kenneth Elliott - A History Of Scottish Music Volume 1: The Later Middle Ages (1250 - 1550) album flac
|Hac In Anni Jannua||1:50|
|Ex Te Lux Oritur||1:32|
|My Heartly Service||4:35|
|Salve, Rex Gloriae (Organ)||3:22|
|All Sons Of Adam||2:16|
|Si Quis Diligit Me||4:15|
|Lytil Blak (Organ)||2:00|
|Woe Worth The Tyme||2:08|
|Trip And Go, Hey||7:00|
|MHS 3831X, MHS 3831||The King's Singers / Kenneth Elliott||The King's Singers / Kenneth Elliott - A History Of Scottish Music Volume 1: The Later Middle Ages (1250 - 1550) (LP, Album)||Musical Heritage Society, Musical Heritage Society||MHS 3831X, MHS 3831||US||Unknown|
|SRSS 1||The King's Singers / Kenneth Elliot*||The King's Singers / Kenneth Elliot* - A History Of Scottish Music - 1: 1250 - 1550 - The Later Middle Ages (LP, Album)||Scottish Records||SRSS 1||UK||1974|
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Published with the finacial assistance of the Saltire Society and the Scottish Arts Council 1974. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
The King's Singers are a British a cappella vocal ensemble founded in 1968. They are named after King's College in Cambridge, England, where the group was formed by six choral scholars. In the United Kingdom, their popularity peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s. Thereafter they began to reach a wider American audience, appearing frequently on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in the United States.
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Scottish literature in the Middle Ages is literature written in Scotland, or by Scottish writers, between the departure of the Romans from Britain in the fifth century, until the establishment of the Renaissance in the late fifteenth century and early sixteenth century. It includes literature written in Brythonic, Scottish Gaelic, Scots, French and Latin.
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Joining The King’s Singers has given me the opportunity to travel all over the world and sing in places I once only dreamed of. And for a humble Kiwi, having been an audience member for the 40th Anniversary, being in the group as it celebrates 50 years is more than I could ever have imagined. Baritone, Joined January 2019. I’ve been singing pretty much constantly from as early as I can remember, and generally with increasing levels of success.
Edward I (1272-1307) was determined to strengthen his royal authority and his Kingdom. To do that he asserted his rule in all territories on the British Isles, especially in Wales and Scotland. He succeeded in imposing English rule on Wales: his son, who was born in a Welsh castle and "could spell not a word of English at that time, later, in 1301 was created the Prince of Wales and ruler of the principality. Since that time the eldest son of the English monarch has been given that title. The Peasants' Revolt made far reaching demands: a charter of liberties, the end of all lordship except the King's, the end of serfdom, return of church land to people, etc. The young King Richard II met the Kentismen face-to-face at Smithsfield. Wat Tyler was pronouncing their demands which were unacceptable to feudalism.
11 Postles, . ‘An English small town in the later middle ages: Loughborough’, Urban History, 20 (1993), 7–29; Newman, . 20 Everitt, . ‘The marketing of agricultural produce, 1500–1640’, in Thirsk, J. (e., Agrarian History of England and Wales (Cambridge, 1967), reprinted in J. Chartres (e., Chapters from the Agrarian History of England and Wales, vol.
Far from their dour reputation, the Middle Ages were a period of massive social change, burgeoning nationalism, international conflict, terrible natural disaster, climate change, rebellion, resistance and renaissance. A Scottish highlight in the 'wars of independence' was the victory of Robert the Bruce over Edward II at Bannockburn near Stirling in 1314. The Avignon papacy recognised an independent anointed Scottish monarchy before Bruce's untimely death in 1329, and the long-term 'auld alliance' with France from 1296 secured Scotland's independence. The church and its leading institution, the papacy, like the monarchy so strong in the 12th and early 13th centuries, also became weak and disorganised in the later Middle Ages.