Memorials of Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, baronet, M.A., doctor and professor of music in the University of Oxford; preceptor and canon residentary in the cathedral church of Hereford: founder of St Michael's Tenbury, and first incumbent of that church

Memorials of Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, baronet, M.A., doctor and professor of music in the University of Oxford; preceptor and canon residentary in the cathedral church of Hereford: founder of St Michael's Tenbury, and first incumbent of that church (written work, Book)

Listening experiences
author

Francis T. Havergal

published in

1899

publisher

Ellis and Elvey

includes

excerpt from 'Memorials of Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, baronet, M.A., doctor and professor of music in the University of Oxford; preceptor and canon residentary in the cathedral church of Hereford: founder of St Michael's Tenbury, and first incumbent of that church' pp. 26 (427 words)

Cite as Francis T. Havergal, Memorials of Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, baronet, M.A., doctor and professor of music in the University of Oxford; preceptor and canon residentary in the cathedral church of Hereford: founder of St Michael's Tenbury, and first incumbent of that church (London, 1899). https://archive.org/details/cu31924022435766
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