Collection Level Description: Fair Copies by George Frederick Sharpe of some Orchestral and Choral Works
Reference: MSS. Mus. c. 426-8
Title: Fair Copies by George Frederick Sharpe of some Orchestral and Choral Works
Dates of Creation: n.d.
Extent: 3 shelfmarks
Name of Creator: George Frederick Sharpe
Language of Material: English
George Frederick Sharpe (1863-1946) was a musician and composer.
Scope and Content
Fair copies by George Frederick Sharpe of some orchestral and choral works comprising:
- 'Stride and conquest. Overture'
- ' "The progress of poesy", by Thomas Gray. Written for soli, chorus and orchestra'. Ode in three parts. Full score
- ' "Man's feeble race". Part II of Ode ["The progress of poesy"] by Thomas Gray. Set to music for chorus and orchestra'. Vocal
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Given to the Library, c. 1982.
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Sharpe | George Frederick | 1863-1946 | musician and composer
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