Just a thought: all of the Latin is sacred, is it not? In which case, you could do something like...
The Latin divided into A–L & M–Z in order to put the masses close to the top of the right-hand column :)
I agree about moving the Masses to the top of the second column (which I'll do now). And, in principle, I would agree about your grouping Sacred and secular music in English, except not quite all of Byrd's secular music is in English ... La Virginella is an Italian madrigal.
ChuckGiffen 12:22, 24 May 2006 (PDT)
... and there's a secular Latin song (Quis me statim) - in MS only, so not much chance we'll ever get it, but you never know. Given that we have to have the Sacred/Secular division at all (which I suppose we do, although it's not one Byrd would have recognised), then the new page layout looks good to me.
--DaveF 14:50, 24 May 2006 (PDT)
- Goldberg Web - Includes an essay by Byrd scholar David Skinner and a partial discography.
This link is dead. SingAndGlorify 11:29, 20 January 2011 (CST)
The Goldberg Magazin ceased to exist and with it its website. Gerd Eicher 12:12, 31 May 2013
Some missing pages
For pages that have fallen through the cracks Barry has made the useful page William Byrd/Automated. The problem has something to do with combining CheckWorks and SortWorks for secular pieces, as discussed at Template talk:CheckMissing. Richard Mix (talk) 22:25, 22 October 2020 (UTC)