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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2024 0261
Name: 
Edmund Fellowes
Edmund Fellowes (British musician)
Edmund Fellowes (Brits musicoloog (-1951))
Edmund Fellowes (musicologo britannico)
Edmund Horace Fellowes
Fellowes, E. H.
Fellowes, Edmund H.
Fellowes, Edmund Horace
Fellows, Edmund Horace
Dates: 
1870-1951
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
contributor
editor
narrator
performer
redactor
Related names: 
Brett, Philip (1937-2002)
Byrd, William (1539 or 40-1623)
Byrd, William (1543?-1623)
Dart, Thurston (1921-1971)
Dart, Thurston (1921-1971))
Dowland, John (1563-1626))
Dowland, John (1563?-1626)
East, Michael (1580?-1648)
Morley, Thomas (1557-1603?)
Morley, Thomas (1557?-1602)
Oxford University Press
Pilkington, Francis (1570?-1638)
Scott, David
Scott, David (1943-)
St George Chapel (Windsor Castle) Windsor Castle choir (see also from)
Weelkes, Thomas (1576-1623)
Wilbye, John (1574-1638)
Titles: 
Arise, get up, my deere, make hast to begone thee
As Vesta was from Latmos Hill descending
Ayeres or phantasticke spirites for three voices.
Ayres for four voices.
Balletts and madrigals
Behold, now praise the Lord
Calm was the air and clear the sky
Cançons.
Cantiones sacrae
Canzonets.
catalogue of manuscripts in the library of St. Michael's college, Tenbury, The
Collected vocal works
Come again ! Sweet love doth now invite
Come, gentle swains and shepherds'dainty daughters
Come, let us rejoice
Crowned with flowers I saw fair Amaryllis
Cruel, pul away to soone your dainty lips
Deep lamenting, grief bewraying
English cathedral music from Edward VI to Edward VII
English madrigal composers, The
English school of lutenist song writers, The
Fantasieën.
Fantazia
Farewell, disdainefull, since no love avayles mee
Fifty songs.
first book of Ayres (1597, 1600, 1603, 1606, 1613), The
first book of ayres, The : (1597, 1600, 1603, 1606, 1613)
first part
Forty Elizabethan songs
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
God morrow, faire ladies of the may
Hollie berrie
Hould out my hart with joves delights accloyed
Humour, say what mak'st thou here ?
In this trembling shadow cast
Joy doth arise and so content mee
Ladie those eyes of yours, that shines so cleerly
Let every sharp in sharp tune figure
Liederen.
Love learnes by laughing first to speake
Love winged my hopes
Love would discharge the duty of his heart
Madrigales of six parts (publ. in 1600)
Madrigals to four voices (publ. in 1599)
Madrigaux. Voix
Memoirs of an amateur musician
Miserere
My heart and tongue were twins
My robbin
Nine fantasies for strings : in three parts
Non nobis, Domine
Now let her change and spare not
O lux
Orlando Gibbons; a short account of his life and work
Orlando Gibbons and his family; the last of the Tudor school of musicians
Per naturam. Synophe
plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke, A
Psalmes, songs, and sonnets : (1611)
Say, deere, will you not have me
second part
Second set of madrigals : to 3. 4. 5. and 6 voices
See, see, myne owne sweet, jewell
Sing we at pleasure
Sleep now, my muse, and henceforth take thy rest
So whilom learnt that mighty Jewish swain
Songs of 3. 4. 5. & 6. parts.
Songs or ayres.
Springtime mantleth every bough
Third booke of songs 1603, The
Thirsis, let let some pittie move thee
This love ist but a wanton fit
This sweet and merry month of May
Though Philomela lost her love
Tickle my toe
toy
Tudor church music.
What ayles my darling, thus sitting all alone so weary
Where art thou, wanton, and I so long have sought thee
Whether away so fast
William Byrd
With angel's face and brightness
With her sweet Locks the King was so inflamed
Works [from old catalog]
wyche
Contributed to or performed: 
Easter Processional - O filii et filiae
Glorious and Powerful God
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in G: Magnificat
O Saviour of the World
O Strength and Stay
Notes: 
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