Hilda Fremantle: 'Sacramentum supremum', song for baritone or bass and piano
Hilda Fremantle: 'Sacramentum supremum', song for baritone or bass and piano. Words by Henry Newbolt. Begins: Ye that with me have fought. ?Copyist's score in ink, with autograph pencil revisions.
Also included are two letters: a) from the composer to Clive Carey, dated 15 Dec 1921 (fols. 5-6), and b) from Carey to Hugh Allen, dated 16 Feb 1922 (fol. 7). According to the composer's letter, the song was orchestrated 'by a Belgian composer who was a refugee during the war'.
- Creation: [c 1920]
Language of Materials
Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark, e.g. MS. Mus. c. 650, fols. 1-2].
MS. Mus. c. 650
Collection ID (for staff)
CMD ID 15976
'Sacramentum supremum', sacred song by Hilda Fremantle, with two letters from the composer, [c 1920].
Biographical / Historical
Hilda Fremantle (b 1900) was a composer of songs.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred from the Faculty of Music, 2002
4 leaves (score); 12 staves to a page and 3 leaves (letters).
Folio (350 × 270 mm) - music and octavo - letters
- 'Sacramentum supremum' by Hilda Fremantle
- EAD version 2019
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