© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes S-Z
St Alphege, by Henry John Gauntlett (1805-76). Ossington, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. * St Anne, attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Avington, Brightling, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. + St Bernard, by John Richardson (1816-79), based on a tune from Tochter Sion. Ossington. * St Bride, by Samuel Howard (1710-82). Faulkbourne, Letheringsett, West Quantoxhead, Wissington, Witton. St Chrysostom, by Joseph Bamby (1838-96). Ossington. + St Constantine, by William Henry Monk (1823-89). West Quantoxhead. St David, by Thomas Ravenscroft (c.1592-c.1635). Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Ossington, Shelland, Winwick. * St George (aka George’s), by Nikolaus Herman (1500-61) based on Kommt her, ihr lieben Schwesterlein. Brightling, Stanstead St Margaret, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. St George’s Chapel, by George Job Elvey (1816-93). Ossington, Woodrising. * St James, by Raphael Courteville (c.1720-72). Avington, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Shelland, Stratfield Saye. * St Mary, from Prys’ Welsh Psalter. Faulkbourne, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple. St Matthew, attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Woodrising. St Michael, based on a tune by Louis Bourgeois (c.1510-61). Faulkbourne, Sutton (Northants.). * St Olave, by Mary Hudson (1758-1801). Fobbing, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple, Wissington, Witton. St Peter’s, Oxford, by Alexander Robert Reinagle (1799-1877). Winwick. * St Stephen (aka Nayland), by Rev. William Jones (1726-1800), vicar of Nayland. Avington, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Llanfair Waterdine, Muchelney, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. St Swithin, by H. Hendry. Stratfield Saye. St Thomas (aka Lord dismiss us), possibly by John Francis Wade (1711-86). Witton. * Sanctuary, by John Bacchus Dykes (1823-76). Isle Abbotts. * Shirland, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Avington, Blacktoft, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbong, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, * Shore’s (aka Shore Cottage), by Georg Joseph Vogler (1749-1814). Avington. * Sicilian Mariners (aka Mariners or Sicilian Hymn), from the European Magazine (1792). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. Southwell. Faulkbourne. Spanish Hymn (aka Spain). Brightwell Baldwin, Steeple. Temple, by Edward John Hopkins (1818-1901). Woodrising. Ten Commandments. Stanstead St Margaret. * Tiverton, by J. Grigg. Steeple. Toplady, by Thomas Hastings (1784-1872). Woodrising. * Tranquillity, by W. Matthews. Blacktoft, Fobbing, Wardley, Trinity. Isle Abbotts. * Truro. Faulkbourne, Isle Abbotts, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.). * University (aka Peterborough), by Charles Collignon (1725-85). Blacktoft, Bressingham, Fobbing, Muchelney, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Winwick, Woodrising. University College, by Henry John Gauntlett (1805-76). Ossington. Uxbridge (aka The Hymn of Eve), from the oratorio The Death of Abel by Thomas Arne (1710-78). Staunton. * Vespers (aka Moscow or Russian Vesper Hymn). Avington, Blacktoft, Witton. * Wareham, by William Knapp (1698-1768). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, Raithby, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton. * Warwick, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Bressingham, Edgcote, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Muchelney, Shelland, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Winwick. Wells, probably by Israel Holdroyd (1702-53). Muchelney. * Westminster New, by James Turle (1802-82). Fobbing. * Weston Favel, by William Knapp (1698-1768). Shelland. * Whitby. Wardley. * Wiltshire, by George Thomas Smart (1776-1867). Ossington, West Tytherley, Woodrising. Wimborne. Avington. Winchester, based on Wer nur den lieben Gott. Ossington, Sutton (Beds.), Winwick. Windsor, by William Daman (c.1540-c.1591). Liddington. Windsor Chapel. Brightling. Worcester (aka Christmas Hymn) by Edward Harwood (1707-87). Mattishall Burgh. York from the Scottish Psalter. Letheringsett, Liddington, Staunton. Zimri from the oratorio Zimri by John Stanley (1712-86) Ossington.
© Maggie Kilbey & Marcel Glover 2021-2022
Barrel Organs in English Parish Churches
Tunes S-Z
St Alphege, by Henry John Gauntlett (1805-76). Ossington, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. * St Anne, attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Avington, Brightling, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Muchelney, North End, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. + St Bernard, by John Richardson (1816-79), based on a tune from Tochter Sion. Ossington. * St Bride, by Samuel Howard (1710-82). Faulkbourne, Letheringsett, West Quantoxhead, Wissington, Witton. St Chrysostom, by Joseph Bamby (1838-96). Ossington. + St Constantine, by William Henry Monk (1823-89). West Quantoxhead. St David, by Thomas Ravenscroft (c.1592-c.1635). Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Ossington, Shelland, Winwick. * St George (aka George’s), by Nikolaus Herman (1500-61) based on Kommt her, ihr lieben Schwesterlein. Brightling, Stanstead St Margaret, Trottiscliffe, Winwick, Wissington. St George’s Chapel, by George Job Elvey (1816-93). Ossington, Woodrising. * St James, by Raphael Courteville (c.1720-72). Avington, Hampton Gay, Letheringsett, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, North End, Shelland, Stratfield Saye. * St Mary, from Prys’ Welsh Psalter. Faulkbourne, Liddington, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple. St Matthew, attributed to William Croft (1678-1727). Woodrising. St Michael, based on a tune by Louis Bourgeois (c.1510-61). Faulkbourne, Sutton (Northants.). * St Olave, by Mary Hudson (1758-1801). Fobbing, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple, Wissington, Witton. St Peter’s, Oxford, by Alexander Robert Reinagle (1799-1877). Winwick. * St Stephen (aka Nayland), by Rev. William Jones (1726-1800), vicar of Nayland. Avington, Easton-on-the-Hill, Faulkbourne, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Llanfair Waterdine, Muchelney, North End, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Staunton, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Wissington, Witton. St Swithin, by H. Hendry. Stratfield Saye. St Thomas (aka Lord dismiss us), possibly by John Francis Wade (1711-86). Witton. * Sanctuary, by John Bacchus Dykes (1823-76). Isle Abbotts. * Shirland, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Avington, Blacktoft, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Edgcote, Faulkbourne, Fersfield, Fobbong, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Lillington, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, * Shore’s (aka Shore Cottage), by Georg Joseph Vogler (1749- 1814). Avington. * Sicilian Mariners (aka Mariners or Sicilian Hymn), from the European Magazine (1792). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Cardeston, Edgcote, Fersfield, Fobbing, Hampton Gay, Isle Abbotts, Letheringsett, Muchelney, North Lopham, Ossington, Raithby, Shelland, Staunton, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Winwick, Witton. Southwell. Faulkbourne. Spanish Hymn (aka Spain). Brightwell Baldwin, Steeple. Temple, by Edward John Hopkins (1818-1901). Woodrising. Ten Commandments. Stanstead St Margaret. * Tiverton, by J. Grigg. Steeple. Toplady, by Thomas Hastings (1784-1872). Woodrising. * Tranquillity, by W. Matthews. Blacktoft, Fobbing, Wardley, Trinity. Isle Abbotts. * Truro. Faulkbourne, Isle Abbotts, Llanfair Waterdine, Mattishall Burgh, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.). * University (aka Peterborough), by Charles Collignon (1725-85). Blacktoft, Bressingham, Fobbing, Muchelney, Raithby, Shelland, Stanstead St Margaret, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), Sutton (Northants.), Winwick, Woodrising. University College, by Henry John Gauntlett (1805-76). Ossington. Uxbridge (aka The Hymn of Eve), from the oratorio The Death of Abel by Thomas Arne (1710-78). Staunton. * Vespers (aka Moscow or Russian Vesper Hymn). Avington, Blacktoft, Witton. * Wareham, by William Knapp (1698-1768). Avington, Bressingham, Brightwell Baldwin, Faulkbourne, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Mattishall Burgh, Raithby, Steeple, Sutton (Beds.), West Quantoxhead, West Tytherley, Wissington, Witton. * Warwick, by Samuel Stanley (1767-1822). Bressingham, Edgcote, Fobbing, Isle Abbotts, Muchelney, Shelland, Steeple, Stratfield Saye, Sutton (Beds.), Wardley, West Tytherley, Winwick. Wells, probably by Israel Holdroyd (1702-53). Muchelney. * Westminster New, by James Turle (1802-82). Fobbing. * Weston Favel, by William Knapp (1698-1768). Shelland. * Whitby. Wardley. * Wiltshire, by George Thomas Smart (1776-1867). Ossington, West Tytherley, Woodrising. Wimborne. Avington. Winchester, based on Wer nur den lieben Gott. Ossington, Sutton (Beds.), Winwick. Windsor, by William Daman (c.1540-c.1591). Liddington. Windsor Chapel. Brightling. Worcester (aka Christmas Hymn) by Edward Harwood (1707-87). Mattishall Burgh. York from the Scottish Psalter. Letheringsett, Liddington, Staunton. Zimri from the oratorio Zimri by John Stanley (1712-86) Ossington.