© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes D-L
Darwall’s, by John Darwall (1731-89). Brightwell Baldwin, Meldreth, North End, Ossington, Winwick. * Devizes (Devises), by ?James Tucker (1761-1825). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Wissington. Dismissal, by William Letton Viner (1790-1867). Avington. Doncaster, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Shelland. * Doversdale, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Winwick. Dryden. Wardley, * Duke Street, by John Hatton (c.1710-93). Stanstead St Margaret, West Tytherley. * Easter Hymn (aka Salisbury), based on ‘Resurrection’ from Lyra Davidica (1708). Boxford, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Eaton, by Zerubbabel Wyvill (1763-1837). Brightwell Baldwin, Edgcote, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Raithby. Esher (aka Mozart’s Hymn), based on an air from La Clemenza da Tito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91). Raithby, West Tytherley. + Eudoxia, by Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924). Woodrising. * Evening Hymn (aka Berwick, Magdalen, Suffolk, Tallis’s, or Glory to Thee my God this night), based on a tune by Thomas Tallis (c.1505-85). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Witton. + Eventide, by William Henry Monk (1823-89). Written for Hymns A & M, 1st edn (1861). Winwick, Woodrising. + Ewing, by Alexander Ewing (1830-95). West Quantoxhead. Exeter. Boxford. * Falcon Street, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightling, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret. * Froome (aka Moreton), by Hugh Bond (d.1792). Brightling, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Steeple. * Gainsborough, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightling, Raithby. Galway, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Isle Abbotts, Liddington, Witton. * German Hymn (aka Pleyel’s Hymn or Sacrament Hymn), based on Andante from String Quartet in G major by Ignace Joseph Pleyel (1757-1831). Avington, Blacktoft, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Mattishall Burgh, Ossington, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Wardley, Winwick, Witton. Give us Thy Spirit, Lord, based on ‘Tune no. 97’ by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758-1836). Stanstead St Margaret. Gloucester. Boxford. God Save Great George our King or God Save the Queen (aka A Loyal Hymn or the National Anthem). Boxford, North Lopham. * Hanover (aka Alie Street, Old 104th or Proper 149th), attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Woodrising. Harington (aka Bath), by Henry Harington of Bath (1727-1816). Brightwell Baldwin, Fobbing, Stratfield Saye, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Witton. * Hart’s, by Benjamin Milgrove (c.1731-1810). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Stanstead St Margaret. * Helmsley (aka Advent Hymn or Stratfield Saye), anon. Avington, Blacktoft, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Holy Trinity, ‘Tune no. 68’ by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758-1836), based on ‘Seelenbräutigam’ by Adam Drese. Stanstead St Margaret. * Hotham, by Martin Madan (1725-90). Hampton Gay, Raithby, Shelland. Hursley, adapted from ‘Grosser Gott’ from Katholisches Gesangbuch (1775). Sung to the John Keble’s hymn ‘Sun of my soul’. Winwick. Innocents, first published in The Parish Choir (Nov. 1850). Brightwell Baldwin, Ossington, Sutton (Northants.), Winwick, Woodrising. * Irish. Boxford, Blacktoft, Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Llanfair Waterdine, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Islington, by John Wesley (1703-91). Boxford, Brightling, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Llanfair Waterdine, Meldreth, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Stratfield Saye, Wardley, Winwick. * Job, by William Arnold (1768-1832). Blacktoft, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Steeple, Wissington. Kent (aka Devonshire), by Johann Friedrich Lampe (1703-51). Muchelney, Shelland. Lancaster, by Samuel Howard (1710-82). Boxford, Stratfield Saye. Lancaster New (aka Twiford), by William Lamport (1772-1848). Steeple. Leeds. Boxford. * London (New). Boxford, Bressingham, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Letheringsett, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Ossington, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wissington. * Luther’s Hymn, based on a tune by Martin Luther (1483-1546). Avington, Brightwell Baldwin, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, North End, North Lopham, Raithby, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington. * Lydia, by Thomas Phillips (1735-1807). Winwick.
© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes D-L
Darwall’s, by John Darwall (1731-89). Brightwell Baldwin, Meldreth, North End, Ossington, Winwick. * Devizes (Devises), by ?James Tucker (1761-1825). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Wissington. Dismissal, by William Letton Viner (1790-1867). Avington. Doncaster, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Shelland. * Doversdale, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Winwick. Dryden. Wardley, * Duke Street, by John Hatton (c.1710-93). Stanstead St Margaret, West Tytherley. * Easter Hymn (aka Salisbury), based on ‘Resurrection’ from Lyra Davidica (1708). Boxford, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Eaton, by Zerubbabel Wyvill (1763-1837). Brightwell Baldwin, Edgcote, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Raithby. Esher (aka Mozart’s Hymn), based on an air from La Clemenza da Tito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91). Raithby, West Tytherley. + Eudoxia, by Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924). Woodrising. * Evening Hymn (aka Berwick, Magdalen, Suffolk, Tallis’s, or Glory to Thee my God this night), based on a tune by Thomas Tallis (c.1505-85). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Witton. + Eventide, by William Henry Monk (1823-89). Written for Hymns A & M, 1st edn (1861). Winwick, Woodrising. + Ewing, by Alexander Ewing (1830-95). West Quantoxhead. Exeter. Boxford. * Falcon Street, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightling, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret. * Froome (aka Moreton), by Hugh Bond (d.1792). Brightling, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Steeple. * Gainsborough, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Brightling, Raithby. Galway, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Isle Abbotts, Liddington, Witton. * German Hymn (aka Pleyel’s Hymn or Sacrament Hymn), based on Andante from String Quartet in G major by Ignace Joseph Pleyel (1757-1831). Avington, Blacktoft, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Mattishall Burgh, Ossington, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Wardley, Winwick, Witton. Give us Thy Spirit, Lord, based on ‘Tune no. 97’ by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758-1836). Stanstead St Margaret. Gloucester. Boxford. God Save Great George our King or God Save the Queen (aka A Loyal Hymn or the National Anthem). Boxford, North Lopham. * Hanover (aka Alie Street, Old 104th or Proper 149th), attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Avington, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Grosmont, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Woodrising. Harington (aka Bath), by Henry Harington of Bath (1727-1816). Brightwell Baldwin, Fobbing, Stratfield Saye, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Witton. * Hart’s, by Benjamin Milgrove (c.1731-1810). Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Stanstead St Margaret. * Helmsley (aka Advent Hymn or Stratfield Saye), anon. Avington, Blacktoft, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Lillington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, Ossington, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Holy Trinity, ‘Tune no. 68’ by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758- 1836), based on ‘Seelenbräutigam’ by Adam Drese. Stanstead St Margaret. * Hotham, by Martin Madan (1725-90). Hampton Gay, Raithby, Shelland. Hursley, adapted from ‘Grosser Gott’ from Katholisches Gesangbuch (1775). Sung to the John Keble’s hymn ‘Sun of my soul’. Winwick. Innocents, first published in The Parish Choir (Nov. 1850). Brightwell Baldwin, Ossington, Sutton (Northants.), Winwick, Woodrising. * Irish. Boxford, Blacktoft, Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Llanfair Waterdine, Raithby, Stanstead St Margaret, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. * Islington, by John Wesley (1703-91). Boxford, Brightling, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Llanfair Waterdine, Meldreth, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Stratfield Saye, Wardley, Winwick. * Job, by William Arnold (1768-1832). Blacktoft, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Steeple, Wissington. Kent (aka Devonshire), by Johann Friedrich Lampe (1703-51). Muchelney, Shelland. Lancaster, by Samuel Howard (1710-82). Boxford, Stratfield Saye. Lancaster New (aka Twiford), by William Lamport (1772-1848). Steeple. Leeds. Boxford. * London (New). Boxford, Bressingham, Cardeston, Faulkbourne, Letheringsett, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Ossington, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wissington. * Luther’s Hymn, based on a tune by Martin Luther (1483- 1546). Avington, Brightwell Baldwin, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, North End, North Lopham, Raithby, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington. * Lydia, by Thomas Phillips (1735-1807). Winwick.