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Published on Nov 8, 2009
William Byrd (1540 - 1623) was the greatest English composer of his generation, comparable in stature to his most distinguished continental contemporaries. Byrd was well known as a keyboard-player. He wrote a wealth of music for the virginals, Fantasias, Pavans and Galliards, the fashionable paired dances of the time, and song variations.