GALLIARD

Composer (melody): John Dowland

John Dowland, (born 1562/63, Westminster, London, England—died January 21, 1626, London), English composer, virtuoso lutenist, and skilled singer, one of the most famous musicians of his time. Nothing is known of Dowland’s childhood, but in 1580 he went to Paris as a “servant” to Sir Henry Cobham, the ambassador to the French court. In 1588 he received a bachelor of music degree from the University of Oxford. His conversion to Roman Catholicism, he believed, caused his rejection for a post as a court lutenist in 1594, and after that disappointment he left England to travel on the Continent. He visited the duke of Brunswick at Wolfenbüttel and the landgrave of Hesse at Kassel and was received with esteem at both courts. His trav… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: GALLIARD
Composer (melody): John Dowland
Meter: 7.7.7.7
Incipit: 32176 12
Key: G Major

Arrangements

Organ Solo

  • A Musical Gift Book 4: 32 Preludes on Familiar Hymn Tunes
    Composer/Editor Jack C. Goode
    Published By: Darcey Press (2000) pp. 22

Instances

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Christian Science Hymnal (Rev. and enl.) #53

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