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35, for vocal quartet and orchestra Pavane,' op. 50, for orchestra and chorus ad lib. five Melodies, op. 58, to Verlaine's poems a piano quintet, op. 60 'La Bonne Chanson,' op. ] Music to various plays has been written from time to time, such as that to Dumas's 'Caligula' (Odeon, 1888), Ed. Harancourt's Shylock (adajited from Shakespeare, Odeon, 1889), Maeterlinck's Pelleas et Melisande (English version produced at the Prince of Wales's Theatre, June 21, 1898), and Lorrain and Hcrold's Promethee (Beziers, 1900).

Of faux-bourdons FAY. See Dotat. in Paris, August 15,1774 ' FAWCETT, John, born at Wennington, 1789, was originally a shoemaker, but abandoned that calling to follow He the profession of music, at Bolton-le-moors. sTimbrel{lS62),v;'hic\\ In 1840 are still very popular in Lancashire. ' An oratorio of his composition, called 'Paradise,' was pubHe died at Bolton, Oct. 26, lished in 1853. His third son, 1867. Lancashire, Dec. Bac, was born about 1824, and when only eleven years old obtained the a[)pointment of organist at St.

It Felton's Gavot' was long highly ]>opular was introduced into Ciampi's Bertoldo in He died suddenly, Dec. 6, 1769, and 1762. was buried in the vestibule of the Lady Chapel w. H. H. in Hereford Cathedral. additions from Diet, of Nat. Biog. FENELL (name also written ffinell), Thomas, was an Irish musician, and "was A'icarChoral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, in 1677, of which he was organist from 1689 to 1694, with the exception of the year 1691-92, when William Isaac took his place. Dr. Cummings says that there are some ilS.

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