The Early English Organ Builders and their work

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The Early English Organ Builders and their work  (1864) 
by Edward Francis Rimbault

THE EARLY ENGLISH

ORGAN BUILDERS

AND THEIR WORK


From the Fifteenth Century to the
period of the Great Rebellion,
An unwritten chapter in the
History of the Organ. A Lecture
delivered before the College of
Organists, November 15, 1864.


BY

Edward F. RIMBAULT, Ll.d.
Member of the Royal Academy of Music
in Stockholm, Musical Examiner in the
Royal College of Preceptors, etc.


LONDON:
WM. REEVES. 83 CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C.2.

Page i — Dedication
To Edwin Monk, Organist and Choirmaster of York Minster.
Page 1 — The Lecture
The Early English Organ Builders and their Works
Page 69 — Appendix I
Extracts from the Fabric Rolls of the York Minster relating to Organ Matters.
Page 71 — Appendix II
Extracts from the Libri Computi of Magdalen College, Oxford, relating to Organ Matters.
Page 75 — Appendix III
The Agreement between Antony Duddyngton and the Churchwardens of All-Hallows', Barking, for the Organ.
Page 78 — Appendix IV
The Charges about the Organs of King's College Chappel, etc., Augusti xiiii. 1606. a Junii 22, 605, ad August 7, 606
Page 87 — Appendix V
The proposals of Renatus Harris to the Reverend the President and Fellows of Magdalen College in Oxford, for repairing and making several alterations in their Organ, 17 July, 1685.
Page 89 — Appendix VI
Harris's Agreement with the President and Fellows of Magdalen College, Oxford to Improve and Enlarge his Grand-Father's Organ.
Page 93 — Quarrel
Some Account of the quarrel between Smith and Harris.

The Organ of Lincoln Cathedral

The Organ of Lincoln Cathedral.

AS SHOWN IN HOLLAR'S ENGRAVING.

From Hopkins's and Rimbault's "History and Construction of the Organ."

This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.