Fellows Edmund Horace (Fellowes Edmund Horace)( English musicologist, a priest of the Anglican Church.)
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Biography Fellows Edmund Horace (Fellowes Edmund Horace)
Born November 11, 1870 in London. He was educated at Winchester and Oxford University in 1894 he was appointed vicar of the church of St.. Anna in Uondsuerte and soon had a priest (1895). After 1900 became a junior canon and choirmaster of the chapel of St.. George (1924-1927). Died Dec. 21, 1951 in Windsor
. The main achievement of Fellows in the field of music are two of Labor: 36-volume edition of the madrigals of Queen Elizabeth's School of English madrigal (The English Madrigal School, . 1912-1924) and the School of English songs to the accompaniment of a lute in the 32-volume work (The English School of Lutenist Song-Writers, . 1930-1932),
. The scientist has also published a biography of Elizabethan composer William Byrd and G. Gibbons, and wrote music for the Anglican Church.