Numerology information Galliard:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Songs about Galliard:

songsGalliard by Mark Abdilla from the Album Lover Lemurs and Lutists

songsThe Lady Folliott's Galliard by Edward Parmentier from the Album Musick as befitts a Quene - English Virginal Music (1570-1650)

songsThe Lady Folliott's Galliard by Jaye Consort of Viols, Grayston Burgess & Simon Preston Purcell Consort of Voices from the Album Music Of The High Renaissance In England (VOX Reissue)

songsGalliard Battaglia (S. Scheidt) by Jordi Savall Montserrat Figueras from the Album Ludi Musici - The Spirit of Dance

songsGalliard Battaglia by The Canadian Brass;Charles Daellenbach;Frederic Mills;Graeme Page;Ronald Romm;Eugene Watts from the Album Go For Baroque!

songsThe Frog Galliard, P. 23 by Joachim Held from the Album Merry Melancholy: English Lute Music of the 16th Century

songsScheidt: Galliard Battaglia - Galliard Battaglia by Daniel Patrylak, Philip Collins, Verne Reynolds, Donald Knaub, Cherry Beauregard & Florian Hollard Eastman Brass Quintet from the Album Renaissance Brass Music: Scheidt, Gabrieli, Weelkes, Gibbons Et Al


Books about Galliard:

booksThe Galliard by Margaret Irwin (Feb 25, 2013)

booksGalliard: 6 Sonatas for Trombone and Piano Volume I by Johann Ernst Galliard and Josef Marx (1974)

booksGalliard: Six Sonatas for Trombone and Piano (Volume II) by John Ernest Galliard and Keith Brown (1963)

booksGalliards, Pavans and Other Keyboard Works: Selections from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book (Dover Music for Piano... by William Byrd, John Bull and Classical Piano Sheet Music (Apr 2, 2004)

booksGalliard by Joseph Castle and Thomas Robinson (Apr 25, 2013)

booksGalliard by Ben Bolt and Unknown Writer (Apr 25, 2013)

booksThe Galliard by William Byrd (Apr 25, 2013)


Wiki information Galliard:

Composition type

The galliard was a form of Renaissance dance and music popular all over Europe in the 16th century. It is mentioned in dance manuals from England, France, Spain, Germany and Italy among others.


Galliard is the name of a serif typeface designed by Matthew Carter and issued in 1978 by the Mergenthaler Linotype Company. Galliard is based on the sixteenth-century type of Robert Granjon. According to Alexander Lawson, "The name Galliard stems...