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by Edmund H. Fellowes

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0193152045
Author:
Edmund H. Fellowes
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Oxford University Press; 2nd edition (December 1948)
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Edmund Horace Fellowes CH MVO (11 November 1870 – 21 December 1951), was a Church of England clergyman and musical scholar who became well known for his work in promoting the revival of sixteenth and seventeenth century English music

Edmund Horace Fellowes CH MVO (11 November 1870 – 21 December 1951), was a Church of England clergyman and musical scholar who became well known for his work in promoting the revival of sixteenth and seventeenth century English music. Fellowes was born in Paddington, London, on 11 November 1870, the fifth child of Horace Decimus Fellowes, assistant director of the Royal Army Clothing Depot, and his wife Louisa Emily, daughter of Edmund Packe, a Captain in the Royal Horse Guards.

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Edmund Horace Fellowes CH MVO (11 November 1870 – 21 December 1951), was a Church of England clergyman and musical scholar who became well known for his work in promoting the revival of sixteenth and seventeenth century English music. YouTube Encyclopedic.

Edmund Horace Fellowes CH MVO (11 November 1870 – 21 December 1951) . William Byrd, was an English composer of the Renaissance. The English Hymnal is a hymn book which was published in 1906 for the Church of England by Oxford University Press. He wrote in many of the forms current in England at the time, including various types of sacred and secular polyphony, keyboard, and consort music.

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Horace Frederick Fellowes, William Hamilton Fellowes, Arthur Edmund Fellowes, Rosalind Fellowes. Fellowes, Jane Louisa Fellowes, Anne Fellowes, Arthur Charles Fellowes, Frederick Fellowes, Emily Fellowes, Ethel Mary Cocks (born Fellowes). Edmund H Fellowes in 1901 England & Wales Census. Collection: 1901 England & Wales Census. Actively involved in the revival of English music from the Tudor period: Byrd, Morley, Wilbye, Dowland, - The English Madrigal School, ed. Fellowes, 36 vols. Edmund Fellowes, English Cathedral Music (London, Methuen, 1941; rev.

William Byrd: La musique d'orgue anglaise, vol. Tudor Anthems - From the Oxford Book of Tudor Anthems. England's Phoenix: William Byrd. Quire Cleveland & Ross W. Duffin. 2. Marianne Lévy-Noisette. Cantabile - The London Quartet. Christopher Tye, Thomas Weelkes, Thomas Tomkins, Timothy Brown, Peter Philips, Richard Dering. Compline Service with Anthems & Motets. Robert White, John Sheppard, Timothy Brown, Clare College Chapel Choir. The Golden Age of European Polyphony. Music of the Renaissance: Italy, England & France. The Byrd Ensemble & Markdavin Obenza.