2 edition of account of the Royal Musical Festival, held in Westminster Abbey, 1834 found in the catalog.
account of the Royal Musical Festival, held in Westminster Abbey, 1834
|Statement||drawn up from official documents by John Parry ...|
|Contributions||Smart, George Thomas, Sir, 1776-1867., Whiting, Charles, printer, Horsley, William, 1774-1858., Goldschmidt, Otto, 1829-1907., Brandeis, R. C., Mallett, Joseph (printer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 66 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Together with Henry John Gauntlett, he was co-editor of The Comprehensive Tune Book (London, ). Kearns died in London. Bibliography. John Parry: An Account of the Royal Musical Festival held in Westminster Abbey (London, ), p. An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Harp () An Account of the Royal Musical Festival Held in Westminster Abbey in () Songs "Jenny Jones" "Oh, Let the Kind Minstrel" Airs "Gwenynen Gwent" "Ap Shencyn" "St.
He was author of account of the Royal Musical Festival Account of the rise and progress of the Harp'; 'An Account of the Royal Musical Festival held in Westminster Abbey in ' (of which he had been secretary); and 'Il Puntello, or, The Supporter,' containing the first Rudiments of Music.
In June he gave a farewell concert, at which he sang his own ballad of 'Jenny Jones. He wrote ‘An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Harp,’ published in the ‘Transactions’ of the Cambrian Society, and ‘An Account of the Royal Musical Festival held in Westminster Abbey in ;’ of the latter festival he was secretary.
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According to his obituary, William Stanley was educated in the chapel, and, a sang at the funeral of George IV, on 15 July A Master Sexton of Windsor was among the boy trebles listed as singing in the chorus at the Royal Musical Festival in Westminster Abbey in summer London St James Chronicle And General Evening Post (Newspaper) - JLondon, MiddlesexAND GEI^ÍERAL EVENING POST.
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Queen Elizabeth II was married here, Princess Diana's funeral was held here. And seventeen monarchs are buried here. JOHN BULL u FOR GOD, THE KING, AND THE PEOPLE V VOL. XIV.— No. SUNDAY, AP Price Id. R OYAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL, The Order of the Lit ; Performances in Westminster Abbey will be as follows:— TUESDAY, June — Haydn's Oratorio " The Creation," and a Selection from Handel's Oratorio 44 Judas Maccabeus." THURSDAY.
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