Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958
- Existence: 1872-10-12 - 1958-08-26
- Down Ampney (England) (Place of Birth)
- London (England) (Place of Death)
- England (Associated Country)
- Great Britain (Associated Country)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Descant for the hymn For All The Saints (SINE NOMINE). Original melody by R. Vaughan Williams (Stanzas 7 and 9)
There are two sheets of paper for this music. One consists of Vaughan William’s music (unison for vv.1,2,3,7,8; SATB vv. 4, 5, 6), while the other is a descant that goes with verses 7 and 8. (There is no indication of who composed the descant. It may have been Proulx.)
[For all the saints] OVERSIZE Arrangement of the hymn by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Text by Anglican Bishop William Walsham How. Violin I, violin II, Viola, Cello, bass, trumpets, timpani, choir, organ
This large copy manuscript is missing the first page (pages 2-11 are here). There are some revisions written in.
The Hymn "Mantegna" by Ralph Vaughan Williams arranged by Richard Proulx. Text: Sidney Lanier. Photocopy of "Passiontide" attached to original manuscript and copy of solo/unison vocal score. Also includes SATB vocal score.
A Maundy Thursday Carol for Mixed Choir (SATB) with Optional Organ Introduction. The Hymn "Mantegna" by Ralph Vaughan Williams arranged by Richard Proulx. Text: Sidney Lanier. 1 score has markings in pencil inside the score.
King's weston / Ralph Vaughan Williams. ; Richard Proulx. The score is marked VW/RP for authorship. We can assume from this that the piece is an arrangement/harmonization of Ralph Vaughan Williams' KING'S WESTON melody written in 1925 (Hymnary.org). The P
Lasst uns erfreuen : ye watchers and ye holy ones / Richard Proulx ; David J. Hurd ; Ronald Amortt ; Geistliche Kirchens,ng ; Ralph Vaughan Williams. This file contains work from a variety of composers: Richard Proulx David J. Hurd, Ronald Amortt, Geistli.
Lullaby / Ralph Vaughn Williams ; Richard Proulx. In this composition, Proulx has taken a piece of Ralph Vaughn Williams' "Hodie" and altered the instrumentation. In place of Williams' pianoforte, it appears that Proulx has opted for an organ. However, mu
Title from container spine. Contents from paper included in container (third image.) Let us now praise / Finzi. Michael / Howells. Rhosymedre / Vaughan-Williams. 2 psalms / Holst.