4 edition of William Gardiner of Leicester (1770-1853) found in the catalog.
William Gardiner of Leicester (1770-1853)
Jonathan E. O. Wilshere
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||a bicentenary sketch by Jonathan Wilshere; with an introduction by Jack Simmons.|
|LC Classifications||CT788.G28 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p., 7 plates.|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||70517760|
in the city of Leicester--on March I5, , to be exact-there was born to a hosier of that place, Gardiner by name, a son, William. Inheriting all his father's business abilities, young Gardiner first served in, and afterwards succeeded to and success-fully continued, the stocking manufacture. But, as Sir Henry Hadow remarks: 'The taste for music. Author of Glenfield, The religious gilds of mediaeval Leicester, Old Braunstone, Evington probate inventories, to , The town gates and bridges of mediaeval Leicester, William Gardiner of Leicester (), The Siege of Leicester - , Scenes from Kirby Muxloe history.
THE LEICESTER ARTIST J D BENNETT John Flower, "that self-taught genius", as William Gardiner called him, was born in Leicester the son of John and Mary Flower. His date of birth is unknown, but he was baptized at the church of St. Mary de Castro on October 14th , For many years the Flower family had been the owners of the. William Gardiner 1 Dating gravestones under the old-style calendar 3 Recently published books on the county 19 Editor: Helen Edwards Published by the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, The Guildhall, Leicester, LEI 5FQ
E nglish composer William Gardiner was born in Leicester. At the age of 6 he sang a solo at the wedding of his friend’s father. He learned to play the piano and the viola, and as a teen-ager wrote a march for the British troops returning from the American Revolutionary War. JONATHAN EDWARD OWEN WILSHERE (June 24th September 17th ) was born in Kirby Muxloe (Leicestershire) and went to school at Rugby. His early career was in insurance (he was elected a Fellow of the Charted Institute of Insurance in ) but, in , he took over Chamberlain Music's shop in Leicester.
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William Gardiner (15 Marchin Leicester – 16 November ) was an English composer who is best known for his published two collections of his works: Sacred Melodies () and Music and Friends (). Gardiner's promotion of Ludwig van Beethoven led to the first performances of Beethoven's music in England in In his Music and Friends, Gardiner told the story of how.
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GARDINER, WILLIAM (–), musical composer, the son of a Leicester manufacturer, was born 15 March The elder Gardiner was an amateur of music, and composed at least one hymn tune, preserved in the first volume of ‘Sacred Melodies,’ yet he did little to encourage William's precocious talents, and judged that the smallest possible amount of general knowledge.
William Gardiner in Leicester - from Music and Friends: Or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante, pages One of my earliest musical acquaintance was John Brooke, Esq., a gentleman of good fortune and refined manners, possessing considerable skill and taste in the fine arts.
Leicester: Leicester Research Services. MLA Citation. Wilshere, Jonathan. William Gardiner of Leicester (): hosiery manufacturer, musician and dilettante: a bicentenary sketch by Jonathan Wilshere; with an introduction by Jack Simmons Leicester Research Services Leicester Australian/Harvard Citation.
Wilshere, Jonathan. William Gardiner in Leicester - late 18th Century. from Music and Friends: Or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante, page The work of Dr. Croft, entitled Musica Sacra, was the first folio music-book engraved in this country, and it laid the foundation of good music in the choir of the Great Meeting, Leicester [ ] As the anthems of these.
"Why William Gardiner was allowed to marry into the Royal Family remains unclear, but historians have hinted that it was because of his aid to Henry VII, then Earl of Richmond, in defeating Richard III, in the Battle of Bosworth Field, near Leicester, on 22 August, William Gardiner in Leicester - mid 19th Century.
from Music and Friends: Or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante, page As I have all my lifetime taken an active part in promoting music in Leicester, both in public and in private, it always gives me great pleasure to see the same zeal kept up amongst a younger generation ; and, after.
Gardiner, William. The Music of Nature or an Attempt to Prove That What is Passionate and Pleasing in the Art of Singing, Speaking, and Performing Upon Musical Instruments, is Derived From the Sounds of the Animated World.
With curious and interesting illustrations. London:Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, (Dd ) This is an [ ]. Buy William Gardiner of Leicester, by Jonathan Wilshere (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jonathan Wilshere.
William Gardiner in Leicester - September, from Music and Friends: Or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante, pages September My friend, Signor Puzzi, Mademoiselle Grisi, and Lablache, on their way to the festival at Manchester, gave a concert at Leicester, in which the wonderful powers of these artists were shown.
William Gardiner in Leicester - from Music and Friends: Or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante, pages Inthe lady came to Leicester in search of the estate of Old Dalby, in this county, where she intended to reside ; but the mansion was so much out of repair that it would require a year or more to make it fit for her.
William Gardiner of Leicester (): Hosiery manufacturer, musician and dilettante [Jonathan E. O Wilshere] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This has to be one of the most entertaining and least known books of musical reminiscences.
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John Flower was born in Leicester, son of John and Mary Flower, he was baptised at the church of St. Mary-de-Castro on 14 October For many years the Flower family had been owners of the old Castle Mill, though John Flower senior, a Freeman of Leicester,2 was a wool-comber by trade, and the son of a wool-comber.
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byElizabeth, da. of William Gardiner of Grove House, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks., 1da.1 Offices Held Servant of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland and Sir Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, jt. (with Charles Foxe) clerk of the signet to council in the marches of Wales July d.; gov.
mines royalHighgate g.s., Mdx. at d. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. A short life sketch of the violinist, William Gardiner, of Leicester, Leicestershire, England, Includes a bibliography. aft.Elizabeth, da. of William Gardiner of Grove Place, Chalfont St.
Giles, Bucks., 1da Offices Held. Servant of John, Duke of Northumberland and Robert, Earl of Leicester; jt. (with Charles Foxe) clerk of the signet to council in the marches of Wales ; one of original governing body of the mines royal ; gov. Highgate sch. at dThe Life of William Gardiner William Gardiner was born at Bristol, received a tolerable education, and was, at a proper age, placed under the care of a merchant, named Paget.
At the age of twenty-six years, he was, by his master, sent to Lisbon to act as factor.Buy William Gardiner of Leicester,hosiery manufacturer, musician and dilettante. A bi-centenary sketch, etc by Jonathan Edward Owen Wilshere, William Gardiner (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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