Composition - - American Recorder Society
Galliard (No. 42)
By Anthony Holborne (1545 - 1602)
42. Galliard  This galliard is military in character. The first and last of the three sections make use of clearly outlined chords in a fanfare-like way whilst the middle section has a stepwise and lyrical quality. Note the obvious hemiolas in the anti-penultimate and penultimate measures of all three sections.
-- Roy Sansom
Play-along files synthesized and contributed by Roy Sansom.  Accompaniments are at 8' pitch, so the top line will sound best on tenor, second line on bass, etc. if available. However, a soprano will also work for the top line.

Listen to all parts
No soprano - you play soprano
No alto - you play alto
No tenor 1 - you play tenor 1
No tenor 2- you play tenor 2
No bass - you play bass
No. of Recorder Parts: 5
Difficulty: Easy
Occasion: Any
Libraries: Play-alongs
Date Added: 11/29/2020
Style: Recorded Accompaniment, Renaissance/Baroque/Classical