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Matthew Locke - How Doth the City Sit Solitary
Matthew Locke - How Doth the City Sit Solitary
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Pavan for two bass viols by Matthew Locke
Pavan for two bass viols by Matthew Locke
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Matthew Locke Fantazie for two friendly Basses
Matthew Locke Fantazie for two friendly Basses
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Matthew Locke - Consort of Fower Parts
Matthew Locke - Consort of Fower Parts
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Matthew Locke "Broken consort"
Matthew Locke "Broken consort"
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Selection Baroque Composers
Selection Baroque Composers
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Orpheus with his lute (Matthew Locke)
Orpheus with his lute (Matthew Locke)
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I know that my Redeemer lives (Matthew Locke)
I know that my Redeemer lives (Matthew Locke)
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Bacchus: "The Delights of the...
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Parita VII in C minor Arietta variata
Parita VII in C minor Arietta variata
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Mars:"Behold the god"
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Symphony at the parley of Mars and Venus
Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Symphony at the parley of Mars and Venus
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Matthew Locke Consort for the several friends
Matthew Locke Consort for the several friends
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song and Dance of the Salii
Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song and Dance of the Salii
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Matthew Locke (ca.1621-1677) - Sett No.2 in G-Major from The Broken Consort (1661), VdGS No.5-8
Matthew Locke (ca.1621-1677) - Sett No.2 in G-Major from The Broken Consort (1661), VdGS No.5-8
::2014/06/24::
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of procession in the temple
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of the Spirits:"Let old age in its...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Venus and Mars:"Great God of War"
Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Venus and Mars:"Great God of War"
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of the invisible singers...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Symphony at the descending of Venus
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Chorus of priests: "To Apollo our...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Symphony at the descending of Cupid,...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - "Ye bold" (Locke/ed.Pickett)...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Act 5 - Song of the furies and...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of the three Elizian lovers: "On...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Act 4 - Song of the River God: "Stay,...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song with symphonies of Apollo:"Assemble...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Act 5 - Song of Pluto and Proserpine:...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Envy and the furies
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song of Echoes: "Great Psyche... "
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Leeds Baroque - Matthew Locke: The Empress of Morocco
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Song and Chorus of Pan and his followers
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - General Chorus: "All joy to this...
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Symphony at the descending of Venus
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Locke: Psyche - By Matthew Locke. Edited P. Pickett. - Dialogue of despairing lovers:"Break,...
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Locke - Music for
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Locke: O Domine Jesu Christe
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Suite No. 5 in Four Parts, in G minor: I. Fantasie
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à liebhold
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The Tempest : III Gavot
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Suite V In G Minor - Saraband
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Suite No. 3 in Four Parts, in F major: I. Fantasie
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Canon 4 in 2
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The Tempest : II Galliard
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The Tempest : I Introduction
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Matthew Locke.
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Matthew Locke (ca. 1621 – August 1677) was an English Baroque composer and music theorist.

Biography[edit]

Locke was born in Exeter and later trained in the choir of Exeter Cathedral, under Edward Gibbons, the brother of Orlando Gibbons. At the age of eighteen Locke travelled to the Netherlands, possibly converting to Roman Catholicism at the time.

Locke, with Christopher Gibbons (the son of Orlando), composed the score for Cupid and Death, the 1653 masque by Caroline-era playwright James Shirley.[1] Their score for that work is the sole surviving score for a dramatic work from that era.[2] Locke was one of the quintet of composers who provided music for The Siege of Rhodes (1656), the breakthrough early opera by Sir William Davenant.[3] Locke wrote music for subsequent Davenant operas, The Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru (1658) and The History of Sir Francis Drake (1659).[4] He wrote the music for the processional march for the coronation of Charles II.[5]

In 1673 Locke's treatise on music theory, Melothesia, was published. The title page describes him as "Composer in Ordinary to His Majesty, and organist of her Majesty's chapel"—those monarchs being Charles II and Catherine of Braganza. Locke also served King Charles as Composer of the Wind Music ("music for the King's sackbutts and cornets"), and Composer for the Violins. (His successor in the latter office was Henry Purcell;[6] Locke was a family friend and may have had an influence on the young composer[7]). In 1675 he composed the music for the score of Thomas Shadwell's Psyche.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Music In The Baroque Era (From Monteverdi to Bach) - Manfred F Bukofzer - Published by J.M Dent & Sons (First UK Edition 1948) - p186 "When the masque as a regular court institution fell with Cromwell's rise to power, it was an overripe and doomed form. The Commonwealth did not interrupt the musical life as severely as Burney and others have claimed. Although stage plays were forbidden, musical shows passed the censorship and music in the homes of the urban middle classes flourished more than ever. Shirley's masque Cupid and Death (1653) was privately performed with music by Christopher Gibbons and Locke."
  2. ^ Caldwell, p. 555.
  3. ^ The other four were Henry Lawes, George Hudson, Henry Cooke, and Charles Coleman
  4. ^ Susan Treacy, in Baker, p. 237.
  5. ^ Wikisource-logo.svg "Matthew Locke". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. 1913. 
  6. ^ Henry Purcell (Glory Of His Age) by Margaret Campbell (Oxford University Press Paperback 1995) (ISBN 0-19-282368-X) p46 "...his appointment on 10 September 1677 as 'composer in ordinary with fee for the violin to his Majesty, in the place of Matthew Lock(e), deceased'...."
  7. ^ Henry Purcell (Glory Of His Age) by Margaret Campbell (Oxford University Press Paperback 1995) (ISBN 0-19-282368-X) p44 "The first mention is in Pepys diary: After dinner I back to Westminster-hall...Here I met with Mr Lock(e) and Pursell, Maisters of Musique; and with them to the Coffee-house into a room next the Water by ourselfs...Here we had a variety of brave Italian and Spanish songs and a Canon for 8 Voc:, which Mr Lock(e) had newly made on these words: "Domine salvum fac Regem", an admirable thing."

Sources[edit]

  • Baker, Christopher Paul, ed. Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600–1720: A Biographical Dictionary. London, Greenwood Press, 2002.
  • Caldwell, John. The Oxford History of Music: From the Beginnings to C. 1715. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999.
  • Harding, Rosamund E. M. A Thematic Catalogue of the Works of Matthew Locke with a Calendar of the Main Events of his Life. Oxford, Alden Press, 1971.

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