Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 11-11-1870
Death : 21-12-1951
Note :
Chanoine de St George's chapel, château de Windsor (1900-1951). - Musicologue. - Bibliothécaire honoraire de St Michael's college, Tenbury (GB)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2024 0261

Activities of Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) (118 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (23)

William Byrd
William Byrd
English cathedral music
English madrigal verse
The English madrigal, by Edmund H. Fellowes,... 4th impression
Orlando Gibbons and his family. The last of the Tudor school of musicians. Edmund H. Fellowes,...
Orlando Gibbons and his family. The last of the Tudor school of musicians. Edmund H. Fellowes,... 2d edition
The Heritage of music. Volume III. Essays..., collected and edited by Hubert J. Foss
The Heritage of music. Volume I. Essays..., collected and edited by Hubert J. Foss
The Heritage of music. Volume II. Essays..., collected and edited by Hubert J. Foss
English cathedral music from Edward VI to Edward VII, by Edmund H. Fellowes...
English cathedral music from Edward VI to Edward VII
Memoirs of an amateur musician
Memoirs of an amateur musician
English cathedral music from Edward VI to Edward VII
The Collected vocal works with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
A Plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
William Byrd, by Edmund H. Fellowes
The catalogue of manuscripts in the library of St. Michael's college, Tenbury
Orlando Gibbons, a short account of his life and work, by Edmund H. Fellowes,...
The English madrigal composers
The English madrigal composers, by Edmund Horace Fellowes,...
English Madrigal Verse, 1588-1632... with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor

Musical work (95)

The catalogue of manuscripts in the library of St. Michael's college, Tenbury. - compiled by E. H. Fellowes. - [1] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Author
Canzonets with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set of Madrigals of 5 parts, apt both for viols and voyces, newly, composed by Henry Lichfild.... 1613. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Revised by Thurston Dart. Associate reviser David Scott] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Canzonets to three voyces, newly composed by Henry Youll. 1608. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set of English madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt both for viols and voyces, with a mourning song in memory of Prince Henry with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
English madrigal verse
Madrigales . the Triumphs of Oriana, to 5 and 6 voices, composed by divers severall aucthors , newly published by Thomas Morley,.... 1601. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Canzonets to fowre voyces, with a song of eight parts, compiled by Giles Farnaby.... 1598. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The third Set of bookes : wherein are pastorals, anthemes, neopolitanes, fancies and madrigales to 5 and 6 parts, apt both for viols and voyces, newly composed by Michaell Easte,.... 1610. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Associate revisers Philip Brett and Alexis Vlasto] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The fourth Set of bookes, wherein are anthemes for versus and chorus, madrigals and songs of other kindes to 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt for viols and voyces, newly composed by Michaell East,.... 1618. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Associate reviser Philip Brett] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
John Mundy. Songs and psalms, composed into 3, 4 and 5 parts (1594). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart.]. Associate reviser... Philip Brett with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set of Madrigals, of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 parts, for viols and voices, or for voices alone, or as you please, composed by Robert Jones... 1607. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set of English madrigalls to 4, 5 and 6 voyces, made and newly published, by George Kirbye... 1597. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Associate reviser Philip Brett] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Michael Cavendish : Madrigals to five voices (1598, 1601). Thomas Greaves : Madrigals and songs in five parts (1604). William Holborne : Airs to three voices (1597). Richard Edwards : In going to my naked bed. [Madrigal à 4 voix. Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes.]. Revised by Thurston Dart and Philip Brett with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The second set of Madrigales to 3, 4 and 5 parts apt for viols and voices, newly composed, by Michaell Est.... 1606. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Associate reviser Philip Brett] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
An Howres recreation in musicke, apt for instrumentes and voyces... all for the most part with two trebles..., by Richard Alison. 1606. [4 and 5 voices.. Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Thomas Tomkins. Songs of 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts (1622). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart. Avec réduction des voix au piano] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Richard Carlton. Madrigals to five voices (1601). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts apt for viols and voyces, newly composed by Thomas Bateson,.... 1618. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Madrigales to 3, 4 and 5 parts apt for viols and voices, newly composed, by Michaell Este. 1604. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Francis Pilkington. First set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4 and 5 parts (1613). [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set beeing. Songs of divers ayres and natures of five and sixe parts, apt for vyols and voyces, newly composed by Thomas Vautor,.... 1619. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The first set of English madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices, newly composed by Thomas Bateson,.... 1604. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English madrigalists, edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart... with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The second set of Madrigals and pastorals of 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts apt for violls and voyces, newly, composed by Francis Pilkington,.... 1624. [Edited by Edmund H. Fellowes, revised by Thurston Dart] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Thomae Morley,.... Lustige und artige dreystimmige weltliche Liedlein. [Canzonets or Little short songs to three voyces.] Wie sie durch Johan von Steinbach mit teudtchen Texten unterleget... Newe übersehen und in besserer.... Form zu Drucken verordnet von... Daniele Friderici. Cantus [-Altus-Basis] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English madrigalists with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Publishing director
John Dowland. Ayres for four voices, transcribed by Edmund H. Fellowes, edited by Thurston Dart and Nigel Fortune. [Préface de Anthony Lewis] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Songs of sundrie natures (1589) [à 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Psalmes, songs and sonnets (1611) [à 1, 3, 4, 5 et 6 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Additional madrigals, canons and rounds. Appendix : fragments of text with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
In crystal towers and turrets richly set. - [25] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
What steps of strife belong to high estate. - [33] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Have mercy on us, Lord. - [2] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Psalmes, sonets and songs (1588) [à 5 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Chamber music for strings with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
English liturgical music with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Awake, sad heart, whom sorrow ever drowns. - [13] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
English anthems [à 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Lord to thee I make my moan. - [4] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Motets for three, four and five voices (recovered from manuscript) with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Forty-five pieces for Keyboard instruments, edited with an introduction and notes by Stephen Davidson Tuttle
Gradualia (1607). Part II. [A 5 et 6 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Gradualia (1605), (parts II and III). [Liber primus. A 3 et 4 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Gradualia (1607), (part I). [Liber secundus. A 4, 5 et 6 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Gradualia (1605), (part. I.). [Liber primus. A 5 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Cantiones sacrae (1591) [à 5 et 6 v. Liber secundus] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Masses [à 3, 4 et 5 v.]. Cantiones sacrae (1575) [à 4 v.] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First book of Airs 1600 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The Muses gardin for delights or Fifth booke of Ayres - 1610 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Ayres. 1609 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
A Musical dreame or Fourth booke of Ayres - 1609 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Thomas Campian. Third booke of Ayres, circa 1617... [Pour chant et luth. Transcription à 1 v. et p. par Edmund Horace Fellowes]
Second Booke of Ayres. 1601 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First book of Ayres. 1619 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
John Attey. First booke of Ayres. 1622... [Pour chant et luth. Transcription à 1 v. et p. par Edmund Horace Fellowes]
John Danyel. Songs for the lute, viol and voice (1606).... [Transcription chant et piano par Edmund Horace Fellowes]
Robert Jones. Ultimum vale. Third booke of ayres (1608)... [Pour chant et luth. Transcription à 1 et 2 v. et p. par Edmund Horace Fellowes] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First Book of Airs. 1605. Part II, 11-21 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First Booke of Songs and Ayres. 1600 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Eight short Elizabethan dance tunes by un-named composers for small string orchestra or quintet, edited from British Museum Add. Mss. 17786-91, by Edmund H. Fellowes. with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
A Pilgrimes solace. Fourth book of airs. 1612 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Eight short Elizabethan dance tunes by un-named composers for small string orchestra or quintet, edited from British Museum Add. Mss. 17786-91, by Edmund H. Fellowes with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Songs from Rosseter's Book of Airs. 1601. Part II, nos 11-21 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Songs from Rosseter's Book of Airs. 1601. Part I, nos. 1-10 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First Book of Airs. 1605. Part I, nos. 1-10 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Second Book of Airs. 1600 with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
John Dowland. First book of Airs, 1597. Part II, n° 11-21. [Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English school of lutenist song writers, transcribed, scored and edited from the original editions by Edmund Horace Fellowes, [puis : The English lute-songs..., revised by Thurston Dart]. 2d series with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Psalmes, sonets and songs of sadnes and pietie, made into musicke of five parts..., by William Byrd,.... 1588. [- Two Madrigals included, by Nicholas Yonge, in his first set of Musica transalpina, published in 1588. Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English school of lutenist song writers, transcribed, scored and edited from the original editions by Edmund Horace Fellowes, [puis : The English lute-songs..., revised by Thurston Dart]. 2d series with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English school of lutenist song writers with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Orlando Gibbons. First set of Madrigals and motets of five parts (Published in 1612) with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
John Farmer. First Set of madrigals to four voices (published im 1599). A madrigal, by John Farmer, (included by Morley in the "Triumphs of Oriana", published in 1601) with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The second set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt both for voyals and voyces, newly composed by John Wilbye. 1609. [Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
First set of Madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 voices (published in 1598). Madrigal... (included... in the Triumphs of Oriana, published in 1601). Two motets... (included... in Tears and lamentations, published in 1614). [Edited by Edmund Horace Fellowes] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English madrigal school, edited by Rev. Edmund Horace Fellowes,... with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Thomas Morley. The first Book of Canzonets to two voices (published in 1595), canzonets or little short songs to three voices (published in 1593, reprinted in 1606 and 1631) with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Thomas Morley. The first Book of canzonets to two voices (published in 1595), canzonets or little short songs to three voices (published in 1393, reprinted in 1606 and 1631) with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The Village Organist... vol. I-[VIII]
The Village Organist. A Series of Pieces for church and general use, edited by J. Stainer and F. Cunningham Woods. Volume I [-VIII]
The Village Organist. A series of Pieces for Church and General use, edited by J. Stainer and F. Cunningham Woods. Volume I-[VIII]
The Second set of Madrigales to 3. 4. 5 and 6. parts, apt both for voyals and voyces. Newly composed by John Wilbye with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
BALLETS // AND // MADRIGALS // TO // five voyces, with // one to 6. Voyces : newly publishes // BY // Thomas Weelkes. // [Marque de Este] // AT LONDON // Printed by Thomas Este. // 1598. // [Ce titre dans une bordure gravée.] // with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
Sumer is icumen in. - [16] with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Chef de chœur
THE FIRST SET // OF ENGLISH // MADRIGALS // TO // 3. 4. 5. and 6 voices : // Newly Composed // BY // IOHN WILBYE. // Marque de Este // AT LONDON : // Printed by Thomas Este. // 1598. Ce titre dans une bordure gravée. // with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English school of lutenist song writers, transcribed, scored and edited from the original editions by Edmund Horace Fellowes,... with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Editor
The English school of lutenist song writers, transcribed, scored and edited from the original editions by Edmund Horace Fellowes,... with Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) as Transcriber

Documents about Edmund Horace Fellowes (1870-1951) (2 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Books (2)

In Memoriam Edmund Horace Fellowes
Memoirs of an amateur musician

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