© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes A-C
66th Psalm. Boxford. 91st Psalm. Boxford. * Abingdon (aka Heighington or Wakefield), by Musgrave Heighington (c.1679-1764). Boxford (x2), Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Fobbing, Grosmont, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley. * Abridge, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Acton, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Isle Abbotts, Muchelney, West Tytherley. Aisthorpe. Winwick. Aithlone, based on ‘Innsbruck’, by Heinrich Isaac (1450-1517). Stanstead St Margaret. Albano. Trottiscliffe. All Saints. Boxford. Alma, based on ‘Consolator’, by Samuel Webbe snr. (1740-1816). Cardeston. * Angel’s Song (aka Angel’s Hymn), based on a tune by Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625). Boxford, Brightwell Baldwin, Hampton Gay, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Steeple, Trottiscliffe, West Quantoxhead, Witton. * Arlington, by Thomas Arne (1710-78). Winwick. Aurelia, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-76). Ossington. * Austria (aka The Austrian Hymn, Emperor’s, Haydn’s Hymn or Vienna), based on ‘Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser’ by Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Letheringsett, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Winwick, Witton. Babylon. Brightwell Baldwin. * Ballerma, by François Hippolyte Barthélemon (1741-1808). Wissington. * Bedford, by William Wheal (c.1690-1727). Boxford, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Beethoven’s (aka Trinity Chapel). Fobbing. Belgrave, by William Horsley (1774-1858). Witton. Bethpage. Isle Abbotts. Birmingham, by Jeremiah Clarke of London (c.1674-1707). Faulkbourne, Liddington. Bishopthorpe, by Jeremiah Clark of Worcester. Boxford, Fobbing. * Bradley Church. Isle Abbotts, Wardley. * Bramcoate, by Caleb Ashworth (1722-75). Stanstead St Margaret. * Brattle Street, based on Andante grazioso from Symphonie Concertante in Eb by Ignace Joseph Pleyel (1757-1831). North Lopham. Bridehead, by Arthur Henry Dyke Troyte (1811-57). West Quantoxhead. * Bristol, by William Coombes. Boxford, Brightling. * Bromsgrove (aka St Barnabus). Isle Abbotts. Brunswick, based on ‘Sin not, O king’ from the oratorio Saul by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Liddington. * Burford, from Chetham’s Psalmody (1718). Boxford, Brightling, Sutton (Beds.). * Burnham, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). Shelland. * Calcutta, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). North End. Calcutta (aka Trichonopoly or Missionary Hymn), by Reginald Heber (1783-1826), Bishop of Calcutta. Avington, Winwick. * Cambridge New, by John Randall (1717-99). Avington, Boxford, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Llanfair Waterdine, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Wardley, West Tytherley. Canterbury New. Meldreth, Ossington. * Carey’s (aka Surrey or Yarmouth) by Henry Carey (1687-1743). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Trottiscliffe, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton. Carlisle, by Charles Lockhart (1745-1815). Edgcote, Fobbing, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Winwick, Witton, Woodrising. Carthusian, by John Pyke Hullah (1812-84). Woodrising. Cassel. Brightwell Baldwin. * China, by Benjamin Cuzens (fl. 1800). Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley. Colchester, by William Tans’ur (c.1706-83). Meldreth, Raithby. * Cookham. Hampton Gay, Stanstead St Margaret. Corinth (aka Benediction or Tantum ergo), by Samuel Webbe (1740-1816). Brightwell Baldwin, Stanstead St Margaret, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Cranbrook, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). Hampton Gay, Wardley. * Creation, based on ‘The Heavens are Telling’ from the oratorio The Creation by Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809). Shelland.
© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes A-C
66th Psalm. Boxford. 91st Psalm. Boxford. * Abingdon (aka Heighington or Wakefield), by Musgrave Heighington (c.1679-1764). Boxford (x2), Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Fobbing, Grosmont, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley. * Abridge, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Acton, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Isle Abbotts, Muchelney, West Tytherley. Aisthorpe. Winwick. Aithlone, based on ‘Innsbruck’, by Heinrich Isaac (1450-1517). Stanstead St Margaret. Albano. Trottiscliffe. All Saints. Boxford. Alma, based on ‘Consolator’, by Samuel Webbe snr. (1740-1816). Cardeston. * Angel’s Song (aka Angel’s Hymn), based on a tune by Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625). Boxford, Brightwell Baldwin, Hampton Gay, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Steeple, Trottiscliffe, West Quantoxhead, Witton. * Arlington, by Thomas Arne (1710-78). Winwick. Aurelia, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-76). Ossington. * Austria (aka The Austrian Hymn, Emperor’s, Haydn’s Hymn or Vienna), based on ‘Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser’ by Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Letheringsett, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Winwick, Witton. Babylon. Brightwell Baldwin. * Ballerma, by François Hippolyte Barthélemon (1741-1808). Wissington. * Bedford, by William Wheal (c.1690-1727). Boxford, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Beethoven’s (aka Trinity Chapel). Fobbing. Belgrave, by William Horsley (1774-1858). Witton. Bethpage. Isle Abbotts. Birmingham, by Jeremiah Clarke of London (c.1674-1707). Faulkbourne, Liddington. Bishopthorpe, by Jeremiah Clark of Worcester. Boxford, Fobbing. * Bradley Church. Isle Abbotts, Wardley. * Bramcoate, by Caleb Ashworth (1722-75). Stanstead St Margaret. * Brattle Street, based on Andante grazioso from Symphonie Concertante in Eb by Ignace Joseph Pleyel (1757-1831). North Lopham. Bridehead, by Arthur Henry Dyke Troyte (1811-57). West Quantoxhead. * Bristol, by William Coombes. Boxford, Brightling. * Bromsgrove (aka St Barnabus). Isle Abbotts. Brunswick, based on ‘Sin not, O king’ from the oratorio Saul by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Liddington. * Burford, from Chetham’s Psalmody (1718). Boxford, Brightling, Sutton (Beds.). * Burnham, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). Shelland. * Calcutta, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). North End. Calcutta (aka Trichonopoly or Missionary Hymn), by Reginald Heber (1783-1826), Bishop of Calcutta. Avington, Winwick. * Cambridge New, by John Randall (1717-99). Avington, Boxford, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Llanfair Waterdine, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Wardley, West Tytherley. Canterbury New. Meldreth, Ossington. * Carey’s (aka Surrey or Yarmouth) by Henry Carey (1687- 1743). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Trottiscliffe, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton. Carlisle, by Charles Lockhart (1745-1815). Edgcote, Fobbing, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Winwick, Witton, Woodrising. Carthusian, by John Pyke Hullah (1812-84). Woodrising. Cassel. Brightwell Baldwin. * China, by Benjamin Cuzens (fl. 1800). Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley. Colchester, by William Tans’ur (c.1706-83). Meldreth, Raithby. * Cookham. Hampton Gay, Stanstead St Margaret. Corinth (aka Benediction or Tantum ergo), by Samuel Webbe (1740-1816). Brightwell Baldwin, Stanstead St Margaret, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Cranbrook, by Thomas Clark of Canterbury (1775-1859). Hampton Gay, Wardley. * Creation, based on ‘The Heavens are Telling’ from the oratorio The Creation by Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809). Shelland.