Ouseley, Frederick Arthur Gore, Sir, 2nd Baronet, Reverend composer

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referencedIn LETTERS and post-cards to William Barclay Squire, relating, chiefly to materials for articles in Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and the Dictionary of National Biography, from the following :-(a) Sir Frederick A[rthur] G[ore] Ouseley, 2nd ..., 1879-1909 British Library
referencedIn EDWARDS PAPERS. Vol. V. Miscellaneous letters, chiefly from musicians; 1876-1909. A few letters, etc., not addressed to F. G. Edwards, include one from Edward Lear, 1881 (f. 315), and two from John Liptrott Hatton to Mrs Ann Shepherd Bartholomew, 187..., 1835-1909 British Library
creatorOf CHURCH HOUSE MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. XII. 'A Course of Anthems, Introits, Hymns at the Offertory and after Evening Service throughout the Year', partly by named composers; compiled aft. 1866 (f. 99). Imperfect, by the excision of pp. 71-74, 131 in the orig... British Library
referencedIn EDWARDS PAPERS. Vol. I. Miscellaneous musical autographs and letters, addressed to F. G. Edwards, unless otherwise stated:-(1) [Jakob Ludwig] Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, letter to Alfred Novello, Leipzig, 18 Nov. 1837 (facsimile), ff. 1-2b; autogra..., 19th century-20th century British Library
creatorOf ‘Original letters’: Oakeley – Parry (ff. 303); 1820-1913, n.d.includes:ff. 1-3 Sir Herbert Stanley Oakeley, composer, organist and conductor: Stanley Lucas, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Alexander Grant, 10th Baronet; of Dalvey; Principal of Edi..., 1820-1913 British Library
referencedIn PORTIONS of Morning and Evening Services in C, viz. Benedicite (ff. 1-12), Jubilate (ff. 12b-16), Cantate (ff. 16b-20b) and Deus Misereatur (ff. 20b-24), for double choir, with organ accompaniment, by the Rev. Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, [2nd]..., 19th century British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Ouseley (Sir Frederick Arthur Gore). Early compositions; before 1889. A volume of short pieces presented to Queen Victoria in June 1889 by Major General Reginald Ouseley.ff. 8.Reverend Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, 2nd Ba... British Library
creatorOf CHURCH HOUSE MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. XIII. Hymn-tunes, single, double and triple chants, Kyries, etc., by Sir John Stainer, Robert Lucas de Pearsall and other composers, almost all English; 1831-1916, n.d. Autograph. Partly duplicated. Mostly in short scor..., 1831-1916 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
creatorOf SOUTHGATE COLLECTION, Vols. I-V. Fancies, In nomines, and pavans, for 5 and 6 viols, in parts, by composers of the reign of James 1, a collection said to have been made by John Jenkins for the L'Estrange family, of Hunstanton, co. Norf. In five volum..., 1603-1649 British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Miscellaneous ‘Singing Music’; 19th century. A collection of 18 Victorian Songs, by various composers, many anonymous. All in score, with pianoforte accompaniment or as stated below.Paper. ff. 52.1. ff. 1-2. Anon: ‘Victoria’; ..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn EDWARDS PAPERS. Vol. XIII (1). (ff. 37.) Miscellaneous papers, musical extracts, etc. As follows.-(1) Proof-slips of a biographical article on Friedrich Matemus Niecks, Reid Professor of Music at Edinburgh, published in the Musical Times, Sept. 1899..., 1909 British Library
creatorOf Letter book; 1872-76. Press copies.ff. i + 153. 270 x 215mm.includes:f. 13v Stanley Lucas, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: C. Wendland, horn player: Copy of a letter to C. Wendland from Stanley Lucas: 1872.f. 14v Stanley Lucas, Secretary, Philha..., 1872-1876 British Library
creatorOf STAINER LETTERS: letters from composers and musicians to Sir John Stainer (1840-1901), organist and composer, and his son, J. F. R. Stainer; 1860-1932, n.d. Including letters from Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Holst, Bax, Grove and Walford Davies. Purchas..., 1860-1932 British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV (ff. i + 389). 2 Jan. 1884-30 Dec. 1885.Miss Eliza Mary Anne Savage, d 1885 the inspiration of Alethea in'The Way of all Flesh': Correspondence with S. Butler: 1871-1885.: Partly copies.Henry Festing Jones, author and composer: Correspondence... British Library
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