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Fellowes Collection
Papers of Revd. E.H. Fellowes (1870-1951), a graduate of Oriel College best known for his work in promoting the revival of sixteenth and seventeenth century English music. The Collection consists almost entirely of letters received by him on a wide range of subjects, including his work on Tudor Church Music, Committees on Cathedral and Church Music, Director of the Choir of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, British Musical Festival 1898, letters relating to preferments and appointments and congratulatory letters on being appointed a Companion of Honour 1944. There are also his letters to his mother describing the funeral of Queen Victoria. The letters were selected and listed by Fellowes himself. There is no full catalogue or index as yet, but the collection is easily accessible through Fellowes' brief descriptions.
  • Private papers/diaries/letters
Individual letters from many distinguished musicians and musicologists
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University of Oxford, Oriel College, Archives
Oriel College Oxford OX1 4EW United Kingdom
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Collections Overview
Fellowes Collection: letters received by Rev. E.H. Fellowes (1870-1951), best known for promoting the revival of sixteenth and seventeenth century English music.
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The collection was at St. Michael's College, Tenbury Wells for many years
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