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0000 0001 1028 1094
Name: 
Rainbeau (Dr)
Rimbault, E. F.
Rimbault, Edward
Rimbault, Edward F.
Rimbault, Edward Francis
Rimbault, Edwd. F.
Dates: 
1816-1876
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Bull, John Dr
Byrd, William (1543?-1623)
Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625)
Hone, William (1780-1842)
Hopkins, E. J. (1818-1901)
Hopkins, E.J.
Hopkins, Edward John
Hopkins, Edward John (1818-1901)
Morley, Thomas (1557?-1602)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Summer, W.L.
Sumner, William Leslie (1904-1973))
Topsy, Turvey & Co
Wienandt, Elwyn A.
Titles: 
amber witch, The
Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century reprinted from unique copies formerly in the possession of the late Thomas Caldecott, Esq.
ancient vocal music of England., The
Bibliotheca madrigaliana; A bibliographical account of the musical and poetical works published in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, under the titles of Madrigals, Ballets, Ayres, Canzonets, etc., etc.
Bibliteca madrigaliana.
Bonduca : a tragedy,.
Catalogue of the extensive library of Doctor Rainbeau
Catalogue of the music library of Edward Francis Rimbault, 1975:
Catalogue of the music library of Edward Francis Rimbault : sold at London 31 July-7 August 1877
Catalogue of the valuable library of the late Edward Francis Rimbault.
Chappell's schoolroom songs
Cock Lorell's Bote a satirical poem : from an unique copy, printed by Wynkyn de Worde
collection of anthems, for voices and instruments, A
early English organ builders and their work, The : from the fifteenth century to the period of the great rebellion, an unwritten chapter in the history of the organ : a lecture delivered before the College of Organists, November 15, 1864
early English organ builders and their works, from the fifteenth century to the period of the great rebellion, The : an unwritten chapter in the history of the organ : a lecture delivered before the College of Organists, Nov. 15, 1864
Faust a lyric drama in 5 acts
first set of ballets for five voices, composed by Thomas Morley, scored from the original part books, printed A. D. 1595, and edited by Edward F. Rimbault, The
first set of Madrigals for three, four, five and six voices, composed by Thomas Bateson, scored from the original part books printed A. D. 1604 and, edited by Edward F. Rimbault,..., The
Follie's anatomie: or, Satyres & satyricall epigrams
Four Knaves, The : a series of satirical tracts
full cathedral service as used on the festivals and saints' days of the Church of England, 1845:, The
Galiardo secundo, Mrs Marye Brownlo
Gallery of great composers.
Holy Lord, God almighty
Kind-Heart's dream : containing five apparitions with their invectives against abuses reigning : from the original black-letter tract, printed (without date) in 1592
knight's conjuring: done in earnest, discovered in jest., A
Lamentation, The
little book of songs and ballads, gathered from ancient musick books, ms. and printed., A
Lord's prayer, The
lytell gest of Robin Hode, A
Madrigals, 1st set.
Magnificat
Maroccus extaticus, or, Bankes' Bay Horse in a trance : from the original tract printed in 1595
Mass for five voices composed between the years 1553 and 1558 for the old cathedral of saint Paul, by William Byrd, now first printed in score and preceded by a life of the composer, by Edward F. Rimbault, A
Memoirs of musick
Mis
miscellaneous works in prose and verse of sir Thomas Overbury, KNT., now first collected, The
Nunc dimittis
Nursery rhymes, with the tunes to which they are still sung in the nurseries of England. Obtained principally from oral tradition.
Ode composed for the anniversary of S.t Cecilia's day, A. D. 1692, by Henry Purcell, now first printed and edited from a contemporary ms. by Edward F. Rimbault,.... Pour soli, choeur et orchestre. Paroles de Brady
Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4 and the fair on the river Thames
old cheque-book, or, Book of remembrance of the Chapel royal, from 1561-1744. Ed., from the original ms. preserved among the muniments of the Chapel royal, St. James's palace, The
old Cheque-book, or book of Remembrance of the Chapel Royal, from 1561 to 1744. -, The
organ, its history and construction; a comprehensive treatise on the structure and capabilities of the organ, with specifications and suggestive details for instruments of all sizes ..., The
Parthenia, or, The first musick ever printed for the virginals, 1847:
Parthenia or the first musick ever printed for the virginals, composed by three famous Masters William Byrd, Dr John Bull and Orlando Zibbons, translated into modern notation and edited. by Edward F. Rimbault...
Parthenia or [The Maydenhead of] the first musick ever printed for the virginals, composed by three famous masters William Byrd, D.r John Bull and Orlando Gibbons, translated into modern notation and edited by Edward F. Rimbault,...
Parthenia or [The Maydenhead of] the first musick ever printed for the virginals, composed by three famous masters William Byrd, Dr John Bull and Orlando Gibbons, translated into modern notation and edited by Edward F. Rimbault,...
Pavana S. W.m Petre
Pavona S.t Thomas Wake
Pianoforte, its origin, progress and construction, with some account of instruments of the same class which preceded it, The : viz. the clavichord, the virginal, the spinet, the harpsichord, etc., to which is added a selection of interesting specimens of music composed for keyedstringed instruments,... by Edward F. Rimbault,...
Preludium
Psalm 100 [99]
Psalm 116 [114/115]
Psalm 121 [120]
Psalm 125 [124]
Psalm 130 [129]
Psalm 134 [133]
Psalm 135 [134]
Psalm 136 [135]
Psalm 137 [136]
Psalm 147 [146/147]
Psalm 18 [17]
Psalm 22 [21]
Psalm 25 [24]
Psalm 4
Psalm 41 [40]
Psalm 46 [45]
Psalm 50 [49]
Psalm 52 [51]
Psalm 6
Psalm 61 [60]
Psalm 68 [67]
Psalm 69 [68]
Psalm 77 [76]
Psalm 9
Psalm 92 [91]
queenes command, The
Red, white & blue; [national song]
Robin Hood garlands and ballads, The
Satyricall epigrams
Song of the three children
Two sermons preached by the boy bishop at St. Paul's, temp. Henry VIII. [i.e. VII.] and at Gloucester, temp. Mary.
Venite exultemus
whole book of Psalms, with their wonted tunes, harmonized in four parts by the principal musicians of the reign of Elizabeth;, The
Ye banks and braes : for one or two voices
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