BOYCE, WILLIAM

   composer, chiefly of church music, born in London; published a collection of the "Cathedral Music of the Old English Masters"; composed "Hearts of Oak," a naval song sung by ships' crews at one time before going into action (1710-1779).

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  • Boyce, William — ▪ British composer baptized Sept. 11, 1711, London, Eng. died Feb. 7, 1779, London       one of the foremost English composers of church music (liturgical music), known also for his symphonies and stage music, and as an organist and musical… …   Universalium

  • Boyce, William — (baptized 11 September 1711, London – 7 February 1779, London)    Student of Maurice Greene from about 1719, composer to the Chapel Royal from 1736, he compiled the three volume Cathedral Music (1760–1773), an anthology of Anglican church music… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • BOYCE, William Binnington (1804-1889) — scholar and clergyman was born at Beverley, Yorkshire, England, on 9 November 1804. He entered the Wesleyan ministry and in 1830 was sent to South Africa with instructions to compile a grammar of the Kaffir language. He did this while working as… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • William Boyce — (getauft 11. September 1711 in London; † 7. Februar 1779 in Kensington (London)) war ein englischer Komponist. Leben William Boyce gilt neben Arne als einer der wenigen englischen Komponisten seiner Zeit, die einem …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Binnington Boyce — (9 November 1804 – 8 March 1889) was an English born philologist and clergyman, active in Australia. Early lifeBoyce was born at Beverley, Yorkshire, England, is mother s family were Wesleyans. Boyce studied commerce at Kingston upon Hull.cite… …   Wikipedia

  • William H. Boyce — William Henry Boyce (* 28. November 1855 bei Laurel, Delaware; † 6. Februar 1942 in Dover, Delaware) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1923 und 1925 vertrat er den Bundesstaat Delaware im US Rep …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Waters Boyce — (* 24. Oktober 1818 in Charleston, South Carolina; † 3. Februar 1890 im Fairfax County, Virginia) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker und US Abgeordneter von South Carolina …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • BOYCE (W.) — BOYCE WILLIAM (1710 env. 1779) Organiste, compositeur et éditeur de musique anglais, William Boyce passa toute sa vie à Londres; chantre, puis élève de l’organiste Maurice Greene à la cathédrale Saint Paul, il est ensuite organiste dans diverses… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • William D. Boyce — William Dickson Boyce, né le 16 juin 1858 dans le comté d Allegheny et mort le 11 juin 1929 à Chicago, était un homme d affaires, entrepreneur, éditeur de presse écrite et un explorateur américain. Il fut le fondateur des …   Wikipédia en Français

  • William D. Boyce — Para el compositor británico, véase William Boyce. William D. Boyce …   Wikipedia Español

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