Frederick Bridge

Frederick Bridge

occupation

organist

Composer

Teacher

Writer

religion

Christianity

social status

Professionals

born

5 December, 1844

died

18 March, 1924

country of citizenship

England

type

generic agent

person/people

appears in search results as

Frederick Bridge

family name

Bridge

given name

Frederick

'Christmas Bells' and 'The Goose'

Anthem from Richard III

Beold how good and joyful thing it is

Choral and instrumental music

Classical

Crossing the Bar

Happy is the man ..

Hear ye and give ear

Homage

Jubilee anthem

The Paean of Wales

The souls of the righteous

What we would give to our beloved

writer

1430808947621:

1430843502332: During his term at Rochester, J.L. Hopkins directe...

1430845339848: We always had a good solo boy. Armes was in the ch...

1432743082901: One of the most notable things I remember at this ...

1432743491990: Another musical experience is one for which I am a...

1432746512188: It was not long before I obtained a great deal of ...

1432747237381: There was one remarkable old bass in the choir, by...

1432792957691: I was so fortunate as to see Verdi direct the perf...

1432793363878: On a later occasion (in 1877), in the same hall, I...

1432794044691: I COMMENCED my duties at the Abbey in 1875, after ...

1432828264252: During my stay in Paris I was a witness of the imp...

1432828629055: At Notre Dame I was fortunate in being present at ...

1432981163718: A little difficulty awaited me at the beginning of...

1432983169511: I had the honour of directing the music at the lyi...

1433138747799: In my early years in London I was a regular attend...

1433139840722: For a few months I saw much of him (Joseph Maas). ...

involved parties

'Christmas Bells' and 'The Goose'

Anthem from Richard III

Beold how good and joyful thing it is

Choral and instrumental music

Classical

Crossing the Bar

Happy is the man ..

Hear ye and give ear

Homage

Jubilee anthem

The Paean of Wales

The souls of the righteous

What we would give to our beloved

composer

performance of 'Adeste Fideles'

performance of 'Be thou faithful unto death (from the oratorio St Paul)'

performance of 'Cathedral music'

performance of 'Choral music'

performance of 'Choral'

performance of 'Classical'

performance of 'Elijah'

performance of 'Fantasia for Pianoforte'

performance of 'Funeral March'

performance of 'Gavotte'

performance of 'March Hongroise'

performance of 'Menuet'

performance of 'Music for lying in state of King Edward VII'

performance of 'National Anthem of Great Britain'

performance of 'Organ music'

performance of 'Organ music'

performance of 'Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg'

performance of 'Requiem'

performance of 'Rigaudon'

performance of 'Songs'

performance of 'Wedding music'

performance of 'orchestral works'

performance of 'William Tell (opera)'

listeners

performance of 'Anthem from Richard III'

performance of 'Choral Fugue'

performance of 'Church organ'

performance of 'Church service'

performance of 'Crossing the Bar'

performance of 'Elijah'

performance of 'Glees'

performance of 'I was glad when they said unto me'

performance of 'Larghetto'

performance of 'Madrigals'

performance of 'Messiah'

performance of 'Music for coronation of King George V'

performance of 'National Anthem of Great Britain'

performance of 'O Canada'

performance of 'Organ works'

performance of 'The Dead March (in Saul)'

performance of 'The Dead March (in Saul)'

performance of 'The Maple Leaf'

performance of 'The Paean of Wales'

performance of 'The spacious firmament on high'

performance of 'Three Blind Mice'

performance of 'Welsh Hymns'

performance of 'Wilderness'

performance of 'church anthem'

performers

Westminster Pilgrim; Being a Record of Service in Church, Cathedral and Abbey, College University and Concert Room, with a Few Notes on Sport

author
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