© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes M-R
* Manchester (New) (aka Charmouth or Yarmouth), by Robert Wainwright (1748-82). Boxford, Fobbing, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. * Mansfield. Hampton Gay. * Martin’s Lane (aka St Martin’s). Boxford, Edgcote, Meldreth. * Martyrdom, by Hugh Wilson (1766-1824). Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. * Melcombe, by Samuel Webbe sen. (1740-1816). Woodrising. + Melita, by John Bacchus Dykes (1823-76). Woodrising. Messiah, based on ‘I know that my redeemer liveth’ from the oratorio Messiah by George Frederic Handel (1685-1759). Stratfield Saye. * Montgomery, attributed to John Stanley (1712-86). Brightling, Cardeston, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Raithby, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley. * Morning Hymn (also known as Awake my soul), by François Hippolyte Barthélemon (1741-1808). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Fersfield, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Winwick. Morning Hymn, by George Thomas Smart (1776-1867). Edgcote, Fobbing, Shelland. * Mount Ephraim, by Benjamin Milgrove (c.1731-1810). Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. * Mount Pleasant, by James Leach (1761-98). Isle Abbotts, Stanstead St Margaret. Mount Sinai, based on a tune attributed to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91). Avington. Naughton. Hampton Gay. Newcastle. Boxford. * New Sabbath (aka Sabbath New). Avington, Boxford, Brightling, Cardeston, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Meldreth, Ossington, Shelland, Woodrising. * New York (aka Chimes, Sheffield, Sheldon or Whittons). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.). * Norwich, from Day’s Psalter (1563). Blacktoft. * Old 100th (aka Savoy) from the Genevan Psalter (1551). Avington, Blacktoft, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Old 148th. Fobbing. * Oldham. Isle Abbotts. Oriel, by Caspar Ett (1788-1847). Ossington, Sutton (Northants.). * Oxford (New) (aka Chelsea or Lincoln), by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Isle Abbotts, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Shelland, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington. * Peckham, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, West Tytherley. * Portsmouth New. Stanstead St Margaret. * Portugal, by Thomas Thorley. Boxford, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret. * Portugal New (also known as Adeste Fideles, Christmas Hymn, New Portuguese, Portuguese or Portuguese Hymn), probably by John Francis Wade (1711-86). Avington, Boxford, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Meldreth, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick. * Prague, probably by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758-1836). Mattishall Burgh. Prestwich, by Thomas Egerton, Earl of Wilton (1749-1814). Stratfield Saye. Prodigal Son. Wardley. Psalm 92, by Joseph Key (d.1784). Stanstead St Margaret. Redford. Isle Abbotts. + Regent Square, by Henry Smart (1813-79). West Quantoxhead. Resignation, from Bible Class Magazine (1853). Avington. * Rockingham, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Bressingham, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. * Rousseau’s (Dream), from the opera Le Devin du Village (1752) by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-78). Cardeston, Fobbing, Sutton (Beds.). Royston. Witton.
© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes M-R
* Manchester (New) (aka Charmouth or Yarmouth), by Robert Wainwright (1748-82). Boxford, Fobbing, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. * Mansfield. Hampton Gay. * Martin’s Lane (aka St Martin’s). Boxford, Edgcote, Meldreth. * Martyrdom, by Hugh Wilson (1766-1824). Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. * Melcombe, by Samuel Webbe sen. (1740-1816). Woodrising. + Melita, by John Bacchus Dykes (1823-76). Woodrising. Messiah, based on ‘I know that my redeemer liveth’ from the oratorio Messiah by George Frederic Handel (1685-1759). Stratfield Saye. * Montgomery, attributed to John Stanley (1712-86). Brightling, Cardeston, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Raithby, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley. * Morning Hymn (also known as Awake my soul), by François Hippolyte Barthélemon (1741-1808). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Easton- on-the-Hill, Fersfield, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Winwick. Morning Hymn, by George Thomas Smart (1776-1867). Edgcote, Fobbing, Shelland. * Mount Ephraim, by Benjamin Milgrove (c.1731-1810). Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Trottiscliffe, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. * Mount Pleasant, by James Leach (1761-98). Isle Abbotts, Stanstead St Margaret. Mount Sinai, based on a tune attributed to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91). Avington. Naughton. Hampton Gay. Newcastle. Boxford. * New Sabbath (aka Sabbath New). Avington, Boxford, Brightling, Cardeston, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Meldreth, Ossington, Shelland, Woodrising. * New York (aka Chimes, Sheffield, Sheldon or Whittons). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.). * Norwich, from Day’s Psalter (1563). Blacktoft. * Old 100th (aka Savoy) from the Genevan Psalter (1551). Avington, Blacktoft, Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Cardeston, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Lillington, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Meldreth, Muchelney, North End, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton, Woodrising. Old 148th. Fobbing. * Oldham. Isle Abbotts. Oriel, by Caspar Ett (1788-1847). Ossington, Sutton (Northants.). * Oxford (New) (aka Chelsea or Lincoln), by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Boxford, Bressingham, Brightling, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Isle Abbotts, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Shelland, Sutton (Beds.), West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington. * Peckham, by Isaac Smith (c.1734-1805). Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, West Tytherley. * Portsmouth New. Stanstead St Margaret. * Portugal, by Thomas Thorley. Boxford, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret. * Portugal New (also known as Adeste Fideles, Christmas Hymn, New Portuguese, Portuguese or Portuguese Hymn), probably by John Francis Wade (1711-86). Avington, Boxford, Brightling, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Meldreth, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick. * Prague, probably by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe (1758-1836). Mattishall Burgh. Prestwich, by Thomas Egerton, Earl of Wilton (1749-1814). Stratfield Saye. Prodigal Son. Wardley. Psalm 92, by Joseph Key (d.1784). Stanstead St Margaret. Redford. Isle Abbotts. + Regent Square, by Henry Smart (1813-79). West Quantoxhead. Resignation, from Bible Class Magazine (1853). Avington. * Rockingham, by Edward Miller (1735-1807). Bressingham, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Muchelney, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. * Rousseau’s (Dream), from the opera Le Devin du Village (1752) by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-78). Cardeston, Fobbing, Sutton (Beds.). Royston. Witton.