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Hayes : Canon - Ubi sunt gaudia
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Canon - Ubi sunt gaudia

Hayes, Philip (1738-1797)

A lovely canon by English composer Hayes arranged for soprano voice and piano!   

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Includes : One score (1 page)

Difficulty level : Grade 0/12

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Program Notes on Canon - Ubi sunt gaudia by Hayes :

This Canon by English composer Philip Hayes is an excellent piece for beginner soprano singers.

It is an arrangement from a Catch for 6 voices in D Major entitled Ubi sunt gaudia [Where are those joys] in Hayes' work The Muses Delight: Catches, Glees, Canzonets and Canons, published in London in 1786.

This arrangement of Hayes's catch Ubi sunt gaudia is set in the key of D Major.

The soprano voice part is easy enough to be sung by a beginner soprano singer.

It uses notes in the range D4 to F#5.



Sources :

Philip Hayes, The Muses Delight (London, 1786).




Associated collections :

Beginner's Repertoire for Voice (Very High) Beginners!     Classical Music for Soprano Voice (Easy)    

Sheet music details :

CANON - UBI SUNT GAUDIA

(Ubi sunt gaudia - Catch for 6 voices from The Muses Delight)
ComposerHayes, Philip (1738-1797) Opus/catalog numberThe Muses Delight
MovementsCanon - Catch Composition/First publicationPublished London, 1786
InstrumentationVoice (1/6 : Highest) and piano StyleClassical (1730-1820)
KeyD Major Duration01:05
EditionArranged by M.A. Caux DifficultyGrade 0/12



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Ubi sunt gaudia

Ubi sunt gaudia
'Tis only where Angels sing
Nova cantica;
And Bells ring,
In Regis curia.
Oh were we there.


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