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Works dedicated to Ursula Vaughan Williams, and other works

MS Mus. 1714/8/4 : 1961-1988

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  • Title:
    Works dedicated to Ursula Vaughan Williams, and other works
  • Collection Area: Music Collections
  • Reference: MS Mus. 1714/8/4
  • Creation Date: 1961-1988
  • Extent and Access:
    Extent:

    133 folios


  • Language: English
  • Contents and Scope:
    Contents:
    • 1. Byron Adams: 'O mistress mine', for male chorus, words by Shakespeare. 1983. Score, photocopy. Dedicated to Ursula Vaughan Williams.
    • 2. Stephen Dodgson: 'The rising of Job', for orchestra. 1995. Photocopy of full score. Dedicated to Ursula Vaughan Williams.
    • 3. Anthony Scott: 'A thanksgiving to God for his house', for voice and piano, words by Robert Herrick. 1993. Photocopy. Dedicated to Ursula Vaughan Williams.
    • 4. Patrick Shuldham-Shaw: 'Doggerel for Ursula', song for voice and piano. 1949. Autograph.
    • 5. Frank James Staneck: 'A suite for Ursula', for string quintet. 1994. Photocopy. With accompanying letter.
    • 6. Untitled chant, 'composed by Dr Ralph Vaughan Williams for Evensong Oct 13th 1957'. Photocopy.
    • 7. Antoinette Kirkwood: 'Visit to the killing fields', for voice and piano, words by Eddie McGrory; 1988. Photocopy.
    • 8. Joan Littlejohn: 'Take O take those lips away', for voice and piano, words by Shakespeare; 1961.
    • 9. Jeremy Dale Roberts: 'Cantata: Florilegium', for 8 solo voices [and orchestra?], words by John Fletcher, Andrew Marvell, Robert Herrick and others; n.d. Vocal score, photocopy.
    • 10. Roger Steptoe: 'Praises', for choir and orchestra; 1977. Vocal score.
    • 11. David [?]: 'For a noble inventor [Herbert Howells] on his 80th birthday', for mixed chorus and piano, words adapted from Walt Whitman; [1972]. Score, photocopy.

    Physical characteristics: 420 x 300mm.

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