File NLW MS 22503D - J. Ambrose Lloyd: Anthemau

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NLW MS 22503D

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J. Ambrose Lloyd: Anthemau

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  • c. 1843-1851 (Creation)

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ii, 193 ff., paginated 1-386 (to 31 by the composer; pp. 69-192, 226-386 blank) 285 x 235 mm. Half-leather, rebacked at NLW; Salem Chapel Brownlow Hill Score on front cover

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Donated by; Mr C. B. Lettsome,; Liverpool,; 1988

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Tune book, c. 1843-1851, of John Ambrose Lloyd (1815-1874) containing anthems, mainly by J. Ambrose Lloyd himself, some apparently unpublished, including two composed for the use of the Temperance Choirs of Conwy and neighbourhood and performed at the North Wales Temperance Festival, 1852. The volume was used by the composer when choirmaster at Salem Welsh Congregational chapel, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool (see letter, 1934, from his granddaughter, Marianne Lloyd, tipped in on f. i) and is probably the Salem Chapel collection referred to in C. Francis Lloyd and Elfed, Cofiant John Ambrose Lloyd (Wrecsam, 1921).

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  • Welsh

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Welsh

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Preferred citation: NLW MS 22503D

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vtls004274890

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(WlAbNL)0000274890

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