Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Archive of the composer William Sterndale Bennett previously with the Odling family, 1785-1994, n.d.
Extents: 3.0 linear metres (90 boxes)
Dates: 1785-1994, n.d.
Autograph music manuscripts of Sir Frederic Hymen Cowen, 1878-1934.
Extents: 0.22 linear metres (2 boxes)
Compositions of Robin Humphrey Milford.
Extents: 3.19 linear metres (29 boxes)
Edward Elgar: The Kingdom. An Oratorio. Op. 51. Autograph fair copy of the full score, including corrections, 1906.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. b. 32
Extents: 1 volume
Score of Francesco Gasparini's oratorio 'Judith de Holoferne triumphans' [Iudith de Olopherne triumphans], copied by two professional Italian hands.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. e. 383
Extents: 95 Leaves
'Jephthe' by Giacomo Carissimi, oratorio for SSSATB and continuo, c 1826.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 299
Extents: 24 pages
Dates: c 1826
Eight separate chorus parts (soprano, alto, tenor and bass of Coro I and Coro II), all in the same German hand of the early 19th century, of J. S. Bach's St Matthew's Passion.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. d. 210
Extents: 120 Leaves
Dates: said to have been performed in Berlin, 11 March 1829
The M. Deneke Mendelssohn Collection contains a wealth of autographs, letters, drawing books, and other personal items relating to Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, as well as a considerable part of the composer's own library. Other relevant material is added from time to time.
Extents: 23.54 linear metres (236 physical shelfmarks)
Music manuscripts from the Library of St Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire, [c 1600]-1930.
Extents: 127.16 linear metres (1136 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: [c 1600]-1930
A collection of music, including transcripts mainly of 17th and 18th-century Italian music, nearly all from sources in the British Museum.
Extents: 3.74 linear metres (34 boxes)
Dates: 1870-1906, n.d.
Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'Sancta Civitas', oratorio for tenor, baritone, chorus, semi-chorus and orchestra
Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'Sancta Civitas', oratorio for tenor, baritone, chorus, semi-chorus and orchestra, .
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. b. 14
Extents: 70 pages
Sir Arthur Sullivan: 'The Light of the World', oratorio for soloists, chorus and orchestra.
Extents: 0.22 linear metres (2 volumes)