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Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 4 voices This unusually solemn catch is an epigrammatic lament on the death of Orpheus. It's worth noting the…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices It is probably safe to say that the words "marrow bones and cleavers" have seldom been set to music,…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices This mournful elegy addressed to the cause of all our woes - a purse noticeably lacking in weight or…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices We may assume that Hayes wrote these words; many catch and glee composers did so, and Hayes makes a…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices Another catch by Hayes with words by 'Dr. Swift, late Dean of St. Patrick's Dublin'; this one is a…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices Every bit as intriguing as the choice of subject-matter - if anyone knows of any other musical…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 4 voices One cannot but be charmed by the comment at the head of this catch: "The first part is, in many…
Hayes, William
(1706-77)
Catch 3 voices After a bibulous evening at his favourite watering-hole, Sir Toby finds it difficult to navigate…