Susi Jeans (1911–1993) was an Austrian-born professional organist, teacher and musicologist. After 1935 she was also known as Lady Jeans, by virtue of her husband's knighthood. William Byrd - The Choristers Of Westminster Abbey , Sir William McKie, Lady Jeans. William Byrd - The Choristers Of Westminster Abbey , Sir William McKie, Lady Jeans - Mass For Four Voices, Virginal Music. Archiv Produktion, Archiv Produktion.
Directed By – Sir William McKie (tracks: A1 to A6). Engineer – Gerhard Henjes (tracks: B1 to B4), Walter Alfred Wettler (tracks: A1 to A6). Producer – Dr. Hans Hickmann (tracks: B1 to B4), Otto Ernst Wohlert (tracks: A1 to A6). Virginal – Lady Susi Jeans (tracks: B1 to B4). Notes. IV. FORSCHUNGSBEREICH Hochrenaissance (16. Jahrhundert) SERIE M: DIE ELISABETHANISCHE EPOCHE.
Choir – The Choristers Of Westminster Abbey (tracks: A1 to A6) Composed By – William Byrd Directed By – Sir William McKie (tracks: A1 to A6) Engineer – Gerhard Henjes (tracks: B1 to B4), Walter Alfred Wettler (tracks: A1 to A6) Liner Notes – Harold Rutland Producer – Dr. Hans Hickmann (tracks: B1 to B4)., Otto Ernst Wohlert (tracks: A1 to A6). Reissued as Mass For Four Voices, Virginal Music.
William Mundy (c. 1529–1591) was a Renaissance English composer of sacred music and father of composer John Mundy. Over four hundred years after his death, William Mundy's music is still performed and recorded. Mundy was the son of Thomas Mundy, a musician and sexton of the London church St Mary-at-Hill
This album has an average beat per minute of 91 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 71/135 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Mass for four Voices, Choral music (Quink Vocal Ensemble). 1. Mass for 4 voices: I. Kyrie. Byrd & Tallis: Sacred Choral Music. The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, Volume 2. 2012.
The processional music chosen by the Couple is Sir William Walton’s March ‘Crown Imperial’, originally composed for the Coronation of George VI (1937). It combines rhythmic vitality with a central melody of sweeping nobility and a thrilling final coda, here augmented by fanfare trumpeters. Music after the Service.
The ashes of Sir William McKie and his wife Phyllis are buried in the west cloister of Westminster Abbey. The stone was designed by Sir William's relative Jim Howden and the inscription reads: Sir William Neil McKie . Organist and Master of the Choristers 1941-1963. Born in Melbourne Australia 1901 Died in Ottawa Canada 1984. Also Phyllis his wife died 1983. His parents were the Reverend William McKie and Mary (Doyle) and he was educated in Melbourne and at the Royal College of Music in London. He had a brother John (assistant bishop at Coventry) and sister Mollie. In the same year he arranged the music for the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip and composed his motet "We wait for thy loving kindness, O God" for the ceremony. He was director of music for the 1953 coronation and was knighted that year. He married Phyllis (nee Ross) in 1956 but they had no children.