Anselm Hughes (1889-1974)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 15-04-1889
Tod : 08-09-1974
Anmerkung :
Bénédictin anglican de l'abbaye de Nashdom. - Musicologue
Andere Namen : Humphrey Vaughan Hughes (1889-1974)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1022 9093

Activities of Anselm Hughes (1889-1974) (38)

Éditeur scientifique (18)

New Oxford history of music. Vol. IV. The Age of humanism, 1540-1630, edited by Gerald Abraham
New Oxford history of music Vol. IV
The Bec missal
The Portiforium of Saint Wulstan, Corpus Christi college, Cambridge, Ms. 391. Edited by Dom Anselm Hughes,.... 2
New Oxford history of music Vol. III
The "Portiforium" of Saint Wulstan, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Ms. 391
Pre-conquest antiphons from the Portiforium of Saint Wulstan, edited by Dom Anselm Hughes,...
New Oxford history of music Vol. II
New Oxford history of music. Editorial board : J. A. Westrup, chairman, Gerald Abraham, secretary, Edward J. Dent, [puis : Martin Cooper], Dom Anselm Hugues, Egon Wellesz
Sanctus and Agnus Dei, by Robert Chirbury, (c. 1421), edited for S. S. A. from the Old Hall manuscript by Dom Anselm Hughes...
Catalogue of the musical manuscripts at Peterhouse Cambridge, compiled by Dom Anselm Hughes,...
Qui natus es. Carol for Christmas or general use transcribed from British Museum ms. Egerton 3307 (c. 1425) and not for S. A. T., by Dom Anselm Hughes
Abide, I hope it be the best. Edited for S. A. T. from the Trinity college roll (c. 1425), by Becket Williams..., [suivi de I rede that thou be jolly and glad. Song for soprano or tenor and viol. Anonymous, c. 1420. Edited from mss. in the Bodleian and Cambridge university Librairies, by Dom Anselm Hughes and Becket Williams]
Abide, I hope it be the best. Edited for S. A. T. from the Trinity college roll (c. 1425), by Becket Williams..., [suivi de I rede that thou be jolly and glad. Song for soprano or tenor and viol. Anonymous, c. 1420. Edited from mss. in the Bodleian and Cambridge university Libraries, by Dom Anselm Hughes and Becket Williams]
The Fayrfax series of early English choral music, , general editor Dom Anselm Hughes O. S. B.
Index to the facsimile edition of Ms. Wolfenbuettel 677, prepared by Dom Anselm Hughes
Worcester mediaeval harmony of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Transcribed, with general introduction, fifteen facsimiles, and notes, by Dom Anselm Hughes,..., with a preface by Sir Ivor Atkins
Early English harmony from the 11th to the 15th century, illustrated by facsimiles of mss. With a translation into modern notation. Vol. II. Transcriptions and notes, edited by Rev. H. V. Hughes,...

Auteur du texte (15)

The Oxford history of music
The Topography of English mediaeval polyphony
The Rivers of the flood, a personal account of the catholic revival in England in the twentieth century
Short Mass for three voices (S. A. B.), by John Taverner,.... Arranged to English words by Dom Anselm Hughes...
Ars Nova and the Renaissance, c. 1300-1540
Early medieval music up to 1300
Septuagesima, reminiscences of the Plainsong and Mediaeval music society and of other things personal and musical
New Oxford history of music Vol. II
Catalogue of the musical manuscripts at Peterhouse, Cambridge, compiled by Dom Anselm Hughes,...
An Introduction to Fayrfax
Medieval polyphony in the Bodleian library, by Dom Anselm Hughes,...
Medieval polyphony in the Bodleian library, by Dom Anselm Hughes,...
Index to the facsimile edition of Ms. Wolfenbuettel 677, prepared by Dom Anselm Hughes
Index to the facsimile edition of Ms. Wolfenbuettel 677
Ninety years of English musicology. - [14]

Préfacier (2)

The Worcester fragments
The Worcester fragments. [Ms. Oxford, Bodleian Library, Latin Liturgical d 20.]. A catalogue raisonné and transcription by Luther A. Dittmer, with a foreword by Don Anselm Hughes, O. S. B.

Compositeur (1)

Catalogue of the musical manuscripts at Peterhouse Cambridge, compiled by Dom Anselm Hughes,...

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (1)

Qui natus es. Carol for Christmas or general use transcribed from British Museum ms. Egerton 3307 (c. 1425) and set for S. A. T., by Dom Anselm Hughes

Arrangeur (1)

Short Mass for three voices (S. A. B.), by John Taverner,.... Arranged to English words by Dom Anselm Hughes...

Documents about Anselm Hughes (1889-1974) (1)

Livres (1)

Worcester mediaeval harmony of the 13th and 14th centuries, transcribed... by Dom Anselm Hughes,... [Compte-rendu par Jacques Handschin]

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