Galliard Sheet Music

The galliard (also galliarde or gagliarda) was a kind of dance and music form popular in 16th century Europe, which involved a somewhat complex choreographic work. As a musical form, galliards continued to be written after the dance fell out of use: they were usually composed in a 6/4 meter, with an accent on the fourth beat of the first bar, and on the second of the second bar.

Title Composer Instrument Period
25 Galliards, Pavans and Chansons Pierre Attaingnant Choir Renaissance
Captain Digorie Piper his Galliard John Dowland Chamber group Renaissance
Chi la gagliarda Baldassare Donato Choir Renaissance
Ecce quam bonum, PGA 28 Anthony Holborne Open Instrumentation Renaissance
Frais et gaillard Girolamo Dalla Casa Chamber group Renaissance
Frisque et gaillard Jacobus Clemens non Papa Choir Renaissance
Gagliard Anthony Holborne Open Instrumentation Renaissance
Gagliard Augustine Bassano Open Instrumentation Renaissance
Gagliarda Bálint Bakfark Organ Renaissance
Gagliarda à 5 Johann Hermann Schein String Orchestra Baroque
Gagliarda VII Giovanni Francesco Anerio Piano Baroque
Gagliarda XI sopra Vestiva i colli Giovanni Francesco Anerio Piano Renaissance
Gallardas Gaspar Sanz Guitar Baroque
Gallardas No.46 Juan Cabanilles Organ Baroque
Gallardas No.49 Juan Cabanilles Organ Baroque
Gallardas No.78 Juan Cabanilles Organ Baroque
Gallardas No.93 Juan Cabanilles Organ Baroque
Galliard, APG2.10b Robert Bateman Open Instrumentation Renaissance
Galliard, APG2.14b Robert Bateman Open Instrumentation Renaissance
Galliard for 3 Viols Orlando Gibbons Chamber group Renaissance