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William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel royal

Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael Mrs

William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel royal

a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare

by Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael Mrs

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Published by A. Uystpruyst; (etc., etc.) in Louvain .
Written in English

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  • Hunnis, William, -- d. 1597.

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    StatementBy Mrs. C. C. Stopes.
    SeriesMaterialien zur Kunde des älteren Englischen dramas ... 29 bd
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 362 p. :
    Number of Pages362
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21853911M
    LC Control Number10021628

    Abstract. Mary and Elizabeth Tudor are routinely cast in opposition to one another. Unlike Elizabeth, the supreme icon of Protestantism and Englishness, the Catholic Mary is judged to have failed to capture the hearts and minds of her subjects or to win for herself a reputation as a powerful godly botanicusart.com: Paulina Kewes. Jan 24,  · In , Richard Farrant requested permission to rent rooms in the Blackfriars from More. Farrant was deputy to the master of the Chapel Royal (William Hunnis) and from was the master of the Choristers of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

    At this point, Farrant died, leaving the property to his widow, Anne, who continued her late husband’s partnership with William Hunnis, Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal, who merged his own company, Paul’s Children, with Farrant ’s. More, however, was not appeased, and kept trying through the courts to repossess his buildings. “The Dean as such, is immediately Ordinary under the King in all these Chapels within which he has sole Jurisdiction, and ordering of Divine Service, and (next to the Royal Family) the precedence of all persons whatsoever, both Ecclesiastical and Civil”. [The New Cheque Book of the Chapel Royal, , page 2:].

    Streitberger, 'William Cornish' = W. R. Streitberger, 'William Cornish and the Players of the Chapel', Medieval English Theatre 8 (), 3 Strong, Henry Prince of Wales = Roy Strong, Henry, Prince of Wales and England's Lost Renaissance, Thames & Hudson, Charlotte Carmichael Stopes was a British scholar, author, and campaigner for women's rights. Their Historical Privilege (published ), a book which influenced and inspired the early twentieth century British women's suffrage movement. William Hunnis and the Revels of the Chapel Royal/5.


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William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel Royal: a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare [Reprint] () by Stopes, Charlotte (Carmichael), and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at botanicusart.com Biography. Hunnis was as early as in the service of William Herbert, afterwards Earl of botanicusart.com friend Thomas Newton, in a poem prefixed to The Hive of Hunnye (), says: "In prime of youththy pleasant Penne depaincted Sonets sweete", and mentions his interludes, gallant lays, rondelets and songs, explaining that it was in the winter of his age that he turned to sacred lore and.

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William Cornysh, who was Master of the Children from tofirst began the practice of having the boys' choir perform dramatic interludes at Court. William Hunnis was Master of the Children of the Chapel from to ; under his stewardship the boys played repeatedly at Court until Full text of "William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel royal: a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare" See other formats.

Mar 24,  · HUNNIS, WILLIAM (d. ), musician and poet, was appointed gentleman of the Chapel Royal by Edward VI. He was a protestant, and throughout the reign of Mary engaged in conspiracies against the queen.

William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel royal: a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel royal: a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare by Stopes, C.

(Charlotte Carmichael), Publication date Topics Hunnis, William, d. Pages: Drama' and Children of the Chapel at Blackfriars,2 and by Mrs. Stopes in her William Hunnis and the Revels of the Chapel Royal.3 But even before these scholars began sifting vast piles of Elizabethan documents for new evidence, the names of William Cornish, Richard Edwards, William Hunnis, and Nathaniel Gyles were of recognized.

Charlotte Stopes was born in Edinburgh on 5 February to Christine Brown Graham Carmichael and James Ferrier Carmichael, a landscape painter, who died of tuberculosis when Stopes was fourteen.

She had the desire to become a writer, devising stories for her brothers and sisters when she was a child and at twenty-one publishing a collection, Alice Errol and Other botanicusart.com: Charlotte Brown Carmichael, 5 February.

—— William Hunnis, the Dramatist. The Athenaeum, no. pp. – 31 March, Mrs. Stopes’s William Hunnis and the Revels of the Chapel Royal has just been added to Bang’s Materialien. Wallace, Charles William. The Children of the Chapel at. Mar 24,  · MUNDY, WILLIAM (fl. ), musical composer, at one time a member of St.

Paul's Cathedral choir, was sworn gentleman of the Chapel Royal on 21 Feb. Richard Mundaye (cf. Revels at Court) and John Mundaye (died about ), both of Queen Elizabeth's household, were probably relatives.

According to the ‘Old Chequebook of the Chapel Royal. The Chapel Royal is a department of the monarch's household in the United Kingdom. Incorrectly, the term is also used for the choirs of these chapels. The correct name for these choirs is the Gentlemen of the Chapel.

They are a group of priests and singers who sing church services for. The Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace, however, has been the setting for key royal occasions since the reign of King Henry VIII. The upcoming christening will follow in a long tradition of royal events unfolding within the Chapel Royal.

The location for Royal weddings and christenings, the Chapel Royal, situated within the grounds of St James's Palace, is steeped in Royal history. A busy working chapel, the Chapel Royal holds regular services which are open to the general public, as well as hosting some unique Royal services.

According to the entry in The Old Cheque Book of the Chapel Royal, Bower died 26 July, ; but Stow gives as the year, and this seems supported by the fact that, on 4 December,a commission to take up children for the chapel was issued to Richard Edwards, who is expressly called master of the children.

Edwards, perhaps the most. Journal of the Royal Musical Association (): – “‘For Musicke is the Handmaid of the Lord’: Women, Psalms, and Domestic Music-Making in Early Modern England.” In Psalms in the Early Modern World, ed. Linda Phyllis Austern, Kari Boyd McBride, and David L.

Orvis, 77– William Hunnis and the revels of the Chapel Royal: a study of his period and the influences which affected Shakespeare / By Mrs. Stopes Stopes, C. (Charlotte Carmichael), [ Book: ] At Uni of TAS Library.

Get Charlotte Stopes essential facts below. View Videos or join the Charlotte Stopes discussion. Add Charlotte Stopes to your botanicusart.com topic list for future. Nov 12,  · They were the Children of the Chapel Royal and the Children of St. Paul’s. There were other companies in the provinces that came and went, playing for the great houses of the dukes, earls, viscounts, and lords, but because of the meticulously kept royal records we have the most information about the Chapel and St.

Paul’s boys. Sep 22,  · (28) The fact that William Hunnis, Gentleman of the King's Chapel, Thomas Cawarden, Master of the Revels, and the latter's assistant Sir Thomas Benger were staunch Protestants all implicated in plots against Queen Mary (29) argues that continuity, in spite of polemics and plain common sense, remained the Tudor family style.Children of the Chapel, also called Children of the Queen’s Revels, Children of the Revels, Children of Blackfriars, and Children of Whitefriars, prominent and long-lived company of boy actors that was active during most of the 16th and early 17th centuries in England.

The troupe was originally composed of boy choristers affiliated with the Chapel Royal in London who first performed during.For his playing company, Farrant combined his Windsor children with the Children of the Chapel Royal, then directed by William Hunnis.

Relatively little is known of their repertoire, except that it presumably included works by Farrant and perhaps Hunnis.