22 relations: Attacco, Augustus Wall Callcott, Calcutt, Catch (music), Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes, Francis Newbery (publisher), Glee (music), James Bartleman (singer), James Cawthorn, John Hawkins (author), John Wall, Madrigal, Maria Graham, Robert Lowth, The Bard (poem), The Derby Ram, The Scholars (vocal group), Thomas Chatterton, William Horsley, William Knyvett, 1766 in music, 1821 in music.
Attacco, in music, indicates a short phrase, treated as a point of imitation; and employed, either as the subject of a fugue, as a subordinate element introduced for the purpose of increasing the interest of its development, as a leading feature in a motet, madrigal, full anthem, or other choral composition, or as a means of relieving the monotony of an otherwise too homogeneous part-song.
Sir Augustus Wall Callcott (20 February 177925 November 1844) was an English landscape painter.
Calcutt, Calcott or Callcott may refer to.
In music, a catch is a type of round or canon at the unison.
"Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" is a popular old song, the lyrics of which are English playwright Ben Jonson's 1616 poem "Song. To Celia.".
Francis Newbery (1743–1818) was an English publisher and businessman.
A glee is an English type of part song spanning the late baroque, classical and early romantic periods.
James Bartleman (1769–1821), was an English bass singer who performed at the Concerts of Ancient Music and revived the solo songs of Henry Purcell.
James Cawthorn (sometimes spelt Cawthorne) was born in Sheffield on 4 November 1719 and died in Tonbridge on 15 April 1761.
Sir John Hawkins (29 March 1719 – 21 May 1789) was an English author and friend of Dr Samuel Johnson and Horace Walpole.
John Wall may refer to.
A madrigal is a secular vocal music composition of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras.
Maria Graham (née Dundas; 19 July 1785 – 21 November 1842), later Maria, Lady Callcott, was a British writer of travel books and children's books, and also an accomplished illustrator.
Robert Lowth (27 November 1710 – 3 November 1787) was a Bishop of the Church of England, Oxford Professor of Poetry and the author of one of the most influential textbooks of English grammar.
The Derby Ram or As I was Going to Derby is a traditional tall tale English folk song (Roud) that tells the story of a ram of gargantuan proportions and the difficulties involved in butchering, tanning, and otherwise processing its carcass.
The Scholars is the name of an English a cappella group of four to five solo singers active 1968-2010, mainly in the field of classical music.
Thomas Chatterton (20 November 1752 – 24 August 1770) was an English poet whose precocious talents ended in suicide at age 17.
William Horsley (18 November 1774 – 12 June 1858) was an English musician.
William Knyvett (1779–1856) was a British singer and composer of the 19th century.
This article is about music-related events in 1821.