Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Histroical notes on the parish of Fowlmere.
Includes correspondence, poems, prose and songs.
In English, Italian, French, German and Spanish. A collection of songs made by Mary Anne Bacon. Doubtless most were printed in collections. On flyleaf: 'Mary Anne Bacon, Cossey - 1842.'
(fo. 1) 'Lord, let me know mine end', scored for four voices and bass, many printed editions; (fo. 5v) 'Bow down Thine ear', scored for six voices; (fo. 13v) 'O Praise the Lord all ye heathen', scored for four voices, written from end of volume; (Fo. 1) 'A Funeral Anthymn by Maurice Green For 4 voices to a Walking Thorough Base The Finest Anthymn that Ever was Made'; (Fo. 12) 'By Mr Maurice Green The Kings Organist & Organist of St Pauls.'
Includes drafts of plays, journals of travels in the United Kingdom, diaries, notes on Great Gransden, correspondence and notes.
Two photocopies of manuscripts of Walter Leigh's song 'Now the Bright Morning Star' (text by John Milton)., 1927
Item 2a is a working manuscript, with crossings-out. Following the end of the compositionis a further page that appears to be a working-out of musical ideas for this same piece. It is in three voices, but without text. Item 2b is a fair copy manuscript, with just a few textual crossings-out. Its first page is signed "W.L. 1927".