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Boyce

(boys),
William H., 20th-century U.S. urologist. See: Smith-Boyce operation.
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Like William Boyce and Michael Haydn, Johann Adolf Hasse is a composer whom I discovered (with great delight) only fairly recently, and I have since been anxious to discover more.
These were the words of his lawyer William Boyce QC.
Stanford University researchers used fMRIs to watch the brains of people who were listening to eight short symphonies by eighteenth-century composer William Boyce, who was chosen because his music has a familiar style but is not widely recognized.
His hunch led to the recovery and the arrest of one suspect, William Boyce Sommer, 32.
Often he followed the most eschatologically frightening rendition of Bach's Come, Sweet Death--or the jittery Tu es Petrus by Henri Mulet (France, 1878-1967), which resembles Widor's Toccata recomposed by an existentialist--with the whisperings of some benign Haydn-era gossip like England's William Boyce. Mas, Fox died just too soon to benefit directly from CD production.
Bob Yesselman, executive director of Dance/NYC, recalls his fifteen years managing the Taylor company as a time of outpouring of choreographic masterpieces set to composers as disparate as William Boyce (Arden Court, 1981), Franz Schubert (Mercuric Tidings, 1982), and former music director Donald York (Last Look, 1985).
-- Cardiff's Charlotte Church on what she would like to write a book about.Daily countdown 38th Day of the year 321 Days to ChristmasDied on this day 1779: William Boyce, English composer and organist.
Set to music by William Boyce (arranged by Constant Lambert) and with superb sets by Roger Furse (after Thomas Rowlandson), it is a charming - and very funny - little tale of the plight of dancers in two rival theatres in the 18th century.
William Boyce (1710-1779) is perhaps mainly remembered for his song, 'Hearts of Oak,' but in his time he was famous for a wide variety of music, much of it for the theatre.
Solomon is arguably William Boyce's masterpiece--a status amply supported by the fine Hyperion recording made several years ago--and its appearance in a modern edition is long overdue.