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MC:F61/MS1 Original Compositions by Bernard Rose

…ve markings to show that this was the score submitted to the publishers. Dated at end “23.X.60 B.W.G.R” (although this has been crossed out). 3 leaves. MS1/56: Printed score (Novello), published 1962. “M.D.R” is Molly Daphne Rose, Rose’s wife. MC:F61/MS1/57–58 11 Apr 1962 “St. Nicholas” (opening words “Make ye merry”). For SS and piano. Words: medieval (anon). Dedication “To St. Nicholas School, Abingdon”. Unpublished. MS1/57: Autograph draft…

MC:F61MS2 Arrangements and Editions by Bernard Rose

…t on the neater version. Autograph score (ink), with pencil additions, dated “March 1939″ on title page. 10 leaves. MC:F61/MS2/2 28 Mar 1939 Arrangement of the Chaconne from The Fairy Queen by Purcell for two pianos by Bernard Rose. Two autograph copies of the score (ink), with pencil additions on both, both dated at end “Arr. Bernard Rose 28/iii/39 Whaddon.” 9 leaves. MC:F61/MS2/3 Apr 1939 Arrangement of the Overture to The Fairy Queen by…

MC:F61 Papers of Bernard Rose (F. and Organist 1957-81)

…nuscripts of Rose’s original compositions and his transcriptions and editions of other people’s music, but there are a handful of lecture notes and other papers. The papers in this collection were presented to the College by Bernard Rose’s family. MCF61/MS4/11–12 & 26 and MC:F61/X1/1 were found in some of his books which had been presented to the Library, and were transferred to the archives in April 1999 as Accession No. 99/87, while all…

MC:F61/MS4 Notes for lectures, articles, teaching, and other purposes

…y Rose, apparently one again for study or teaching purposes. Autograph, pencil and ink, undated. 5 leaves. MC:F61/MS4/9–10 25 Sep 1956 Two copies of a talk about Edmund Rubbra titled “An Intimate kind of Music”, broadcast by Bernard Rose on the General Overseas Service on 25 Sep and 11 Oct 1956. MC:F61/MS4/11 n.d. Notes made by Bernard Rose on André Gadalge, Traité de la Fugue (n.d.), found in the back pages of his copy of the book. He had also…

MC:P61/L1 Contracts and Correspondence with publishers

…ontract (stapled together) between Rose and Early English Church Music concerning the publication of Rose’s complete edition of “Musica Deo Sacra” by Thomas Tomkins. MC:F61/L1/6 28 Dec 1965 & 10 Nov 1970 Contacts between Rose and Bärenreiter Verlag concerning Rose’s [unspecified] contributions to the encyclopaedia “Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart” [2 items]. MC:F61/L1/7 10–28 Jun 1968 Letter and contract between Rose and Boosey and…

MC:F33/1/C3 Correspondence relating to Visit of G. Bernard Shaw to Magdalen College

…en by A. Ogle with footnotes clarifying certain points. MC:F33/1/C3/10 1 Jan 1992 Letter, Anne Summers to ‘Bill’ enclosing typewritten copy of letter [MC:F33/1/C3/11] and on the correspondence between President Warren and G. Bernard Shaw. MC:F33/1/C3/11 [5 Mar 1892] (Copy) Letter, President Warren to G. Bernard Shaw apologising for his treatment at Magdalen and the loss of his ‘hat gloves and umbrella’. BL Add. MS. 50512, ff. 271-274v. [5 Mar…

MC:F61/MS3 Transcriptions of music in other people’s hands

…Tye, signed by Rose (although the hand does not resemble his). Photostat copy with pencil annotations (which are Rose’s hand). 1 leaf. MC:F61/MS3/2 n.d. Transcription of a setting of the Kyrie in four parts by Tye, signed by Rose, but written in the same hand as MS3/1 above. Photostat copy with pencil annotations (which are Rose’s hand). 1 leaf. MC:F61/MS3/3–10 are all photostat copies of transcriptions of pieces of music, written out in another…

Memorial Service for Molly Rose

…, was a Deputy Lieutenant for the county of Oxfordshire and in 1990 was awarded an OBE for Services to Oxfordshire. She was an active Parish Councillor for the parish of Appleton-with-Eaton for many years. She was married to Bernard Rose (Informator Choristarum at Magdalen, 1957-1981) and was a generous mentor and hostess to many generations of Music Scholars, Academical Clerks and Choristers, as well as a supporter and benefactor of the Chapel…

MC:P204/1/10C: Envelopes containing letters from George Bernard Shaw to Lord Alfred Douglas

The unlikely friendship between Douglas and George Bernard Shaw produced a correspondence which has been edited by Mary Hyde in her Bernard Shaw and Alfred Douglas: a Correspondence (1982). The original letters are now in the Hyde Collection, but these envelopes were left behind. MC:P204/1/10C/1–7 18 Apr 1939–13 Dec 1944 Seven envelopes which once contained letters from George Bernard Shaw to Douglas. Return here to the introduction to this…

MC:P204/1/1N–20N Press cuttings collected by Lord Alfred Douglas

…4/1/16N/20: Librarian, Feb 1945 (unsigned review of Wartime Harvest). MC:P204/1/16N/21: Journal of the Institute of [illegible], Mar 1945 (unsigned review of Wartime Harvest). MC:P204/1/17N – Reviews of Robert Sherard, Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris and Oscar Wilde (1937), and Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde (1938) Douglas contributed a preface to R. Sherard, Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris and Oscar Wilde (1937). Frank Harris’s, Oscar Wilde was…