Found in 214 Collections and/or Records:
40 Christmas preludes, 1994
Forty Christmas Preludes. Includes Richard Proulx's "I saw three ships" and "The Holly and the Ivy." 1 letter from Katherine Laidler, Editorial Assistant.
1960 - Christmas Concert, 1960
Title from back of container. Container includes program. Program scanned and is included in the images. Container spine label is illegible. Recorded 7:30pm, Sunday, January 3rd, 1960. Title on program: Service of carols and investiture of the choristers.
A solis ortus cardine, 1973
A solis ortus cardine / Richard Proulx. This original organ work was written in 1973 for organ. This piece makes use of only the manuals of the organ. The directions for stops are as follows: Flutes 8', 4' Krumhorn 8' Cornet: 8', 2 2/3', 1 3/5' These dire
Abbot's leigh, 1993
Abbot's leigh / Cyril Taylor ; Richard Proulx. This work is an original Proulx organ arrangement of Cyril Taylor's "Abbot's Leigh." The manuscript is hand-written by Proulx, and was arranged in 1993.
Acclamations caroligiennes : "Christus vicit", 1983
Acclamations caroligiennes: "Christus vicit" Acclamations VIII C File contains sketches, manuscript score assembled from pieces, and instrumental parts for timpani, trumpets, trombones and tuba. Instrumental parts note: "Gallician chant, 800 AD from the C
Adeste fideles, 2004
Adeste fideles free accompaniment by Richard Proulx Final Stanza for organ copy score
Adeste Fideles: recessional, variations, 1955
These two pieces are based on “Adeste Fideles” and are contained in a manuscript notebook together. The recessional is clearly marked as being adapted and arranged by Richard Proulx. The theme and variations is a combination of two different composers’ variations (Fleury’s and Kreckel’s) that were combined by Proulx. Huber, Paul; Fleury, André (theme and variations 1, 2, 3); Kreckel, Ph. G.(variation 4).
Agnus Dei (manuals only)
This manuscript was in a file with manuscripts of other Masses that Proulx rearranged the organ accompaniment for (for manuals only or with pedal). The top of the page contains an accompaniment for Proulx's Agnus Dei (in F), for manuals only. At the bottom of this page is an accompaniment for a memorial acclamation based on the tune "Wie Schn Leuchtet." This arrangement is in three parts (manuals only). It is unclear if either were ever published.
This manuscript was in a file with manuscripts of other Masses that Proulx rearranged the organ accompaniment for (for manuals only or with pedal). The two accompaniments for Murray's alleluia are on the bottom half of this manuscript page (the top has an accompaniment of Vulpius' alleluia). There is a simple accompaniment for Murray's alleluia (manuals only), as well as one with the melody and pedal lines separated out. It is unclear if these accompaniments were ever published.