Cooke, Matthew, freemason

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Epithet: the elder, composer

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Epithet: freemason

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Epithet: Organist of St George's, Bloomsbury

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referencedIn " Six Chorales. Taken from a German Oratorio, called ' The Disciples at Emmaus,' composed by Michael Christian Bach, adapted to the English Version of Psalms by Matthew Cooke," in short score; 1812. Added are some psalm-tunes by the latter composer (..., 1812 British Library
creatorOf (1-22.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal and instrumental music; 19th century.[Paper].1. 10 ff. Cooke (Matthew): Where my sons Brittania said; 1803. Autograph. ‘Song for a Solo Bass and Chorus’; with pianoforte accompaniment (the bass is figured). Sign..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn POEMS of Robert Bloomfield set to music by Matthew Cooke, Organist of St. George's, Bloomsbury; 1824. Preceded by two elegies on the poet; and followed, at f. 19, by Bloomfield's "Love in a shower," set as a three-part glee by R. A. Firth. Paper; ff...., 1824 British Library
creatorOf NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CVII. Vocal and instrumental music; 1772-1843, n.d. Full, vocal, chorus or instrumental scores. Mostly autograph. ff. iii+106. 305 x 245mm. Vincent Novello's binding of 1847, numbered 1[5]0. 1. ff. 2-10. Samuel Wesley: 'Ode f..., 1772-1847 British Library
referencedIn " THE PAVILION" a comic opera, in full score, by William Linley. Copied by Matthew Cooke, in 1796, for performance at Drury Lane. The names of the singers are given. Paper; ff. 165. Obl. Folio. British Library
referencedIn 1. MOTETS for one or two voices, with accompaniment for strings in score by Giacomo Battistini, op. 2. ff. 2, 7, 12, 15. 2. Anthem and chants, in score, by William Walond, organist of Chichester Cathedral. Autograph. Followed by an Anthem in his band..., 18th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf British Records Association Collection. Vol. VIII (ff. 309). Letters to individuals, including:-(a) Edward Wedlake Brayley; 1806-1846. ff. 16-36;-(b) Edward William Brayley; 1826-1868, n.d. ff. 38-104.includes:ff. 1-5b Rudolph Ackermann, art publ..., 1806-1868 British Library
referencedIn " AN ODE on the spirits of Shakespeare, written by Dr. Lawrance (of Doctors Commons) and set to Music by Thomas Linley, junior (aged 20 years), and performed at the Theatre in Drury Lane, on March the 20th, 1776." Transcript made in 1812 by Matthew C... British Library
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