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Works by composers whose surname begins with S-W, with various fragments and sketches, 1965, n.d.

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MS. Mus. a.18

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Includes:
  1. Heinrich Schütz: 'Symphonia Sacra No. XIII "Fili me, Absalon" for bass voice, four trombones and continuo' [SWV 269]. Score with a note not in G. Finzi's hand.
  2. Heinrich Schütz: 'Symphonia Sacra No. XIII, "Fili me, Absalon" for bass voice, four trombones and continuo' [SWV 269]. Short score in G. Finzi's hand.
  3. Anthony Scott: 'Fugue for organ ... Original version' [with one leaf of extra bars]. Both possibly in the composer's hand.
  4. Anthony Scott: 'Sinfonietta for string orchestra'. Ring-bound photocopy of score possibly in the composer's hand, 1951.
  5. Anthony Scott: 'Toccata and fugue in A minor for organ'. 2 photocopies of music, one with corrections, possibly in the composer's hand.
  6. James Shaw: 'Blow, blow thou winter wind, part-song for 4 voices'. Score possibly in the composer's hand.
  7. James Shaw: 'I cried unto the Lord, choral anthem or introit for 4 voices'. Score possibly in the composer's hand.
  8. James Shaw: 'Pastorale [for] piano duet'. Music possibly in the composer's hand, with pasted-in corrections.
  9. James Shaw: 'Three sea pieces ... for the pianoforte'. Music possibly in the composer's hand.
  10. Jean Sibelius: 'Canzonetta (op. 62a)'. Photocopy of manuscript score.
  11. Jean Sibelius: 'Suite mignonne for two flutes & strings ... (op. 98a)'. Photocopy of manuscript score.
  12. Charles V. Stanford: 'The patient lover' [for unaccompanied SATB chorus]. G. Finzi's transcription of score of the 1908 Curwen edition.
  13. 'How dear to me the hour, Irish air arranged for chorus of mixed voices (unaccompanied) by Charles V. Stanford'. G. Finzi's transcription of score of the 1922 Curwen edition.
  14. John Stanley: 'The choice of Hercules' [ode for SAB soli, SAB chorus and orchestra]. Photocopy of score not in G. Finzi's hand.
  15. John Stanley: 'Solo in G (no. 3 from Eight solos, op. 1 (1740) for flute and pianoforte) edited and arranged by Gerald Finzi'. Score and part.
  16. Pyotr Tchaikovsky: 'Chansons sans paroles for string orchestra ... op. 2 no. 3'. Score.
  17. Antonio Vivaldi: 'Op. 3 no. 6, Concerto in A minor edited by Gerald Finzi'. Score.
  18. Antonio Vivaldi: 'Sonates en concert pour violoncelle arranged by Vincent D'Indy, Sonate V'. Score not in G. Finzi's hand.
  19. Charles Wesley (1757-1834): 'Concerto No. IV from "Six concertos for organ or harpsichord with two oboes, two French horns and strings" ... opus II (1781) edited by Gerald Finzi'. Score with additional Cadenza.
  20. Charles Wesley (1757-1834): 'Quartet no. 6 [in F major]'. Photocopy of manuscript parts not in G. Finzi's hand.
  21. Grace Williams: 'Light out, [song] for tenor & piano'. Photocopy of score possibly in the composer's calligraphic hand, Aug 1965.
  22. Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'Lullaby from "This day" (Hodie) arranged for Soprano solo, Chorus (SA), string orchestra & harp'. Photocopy of full score not in G. Finzi's hand.
  23. Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'Toccata Marziale [for military band]'. Bound score not in G. Finzi's hand.
  24. Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'The willow whistle, song for treble voice & pipe'. Score.
  25. Miscellaneous music manuscripts, including: 'A fragment of C.H.H. P[arry's] original sketch from 3 chorale fantasias'; sketches of works by R. Vaughan Williams in his autograph; Finzi's 2 notebooks on brass bands, 2 further notebooks not in Finzi's hand, another small notebook with songs mainly by Maggie Derrani[?] and a book of traditional tunes copied by Finzi from a manuscript of Mr H. Davoll of Oakridge Lynch, Gloucestshire, with additional songs on separate sheets.

Dates

  • 1965, n.d.

Extent

1 box

Shelfmark

MS. Mus. a.18

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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